The two design duos follow in the footsteps of Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld
Always at the ready with a backhanded compliment, a widely sweeping generalization or a delightfully cutting aphorism, Karl Lagerfeld has built a life and a legacy on shade. Now you can carry the Kaiser with you wherever you go withShow More Summary
From Murakami to Lagerfeld, charmingly illustrated portraits of the famous men who love cats. Move over cat ladies. Men are the new feline fetishists. Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld recently extolled the virtues of his spoiled cat Choupette in New York Magazine, and Japanese author Haruki Murakami has hardly a book without at least a few furry personalities. Read Full Story
Designer, photographer and cover subject, Karl Lagerfeld is quite the busy man. After a look at Lucky Blue Smith’s Billy Idol-inspired editorial for Numéro Homme Berlin, we get a glimpse at the magazine’s cover. Lagerfeld sports hisShow More Summary
Umm, excuse us. Did we miss a memo? There seems to be an unofficial rule for high-profile celebrities attending Paris Fashion Week to show up with new platinum blonde hair. First, Jared Leto went all Karl Lagerfeld on us back in March with a platinum undercut. Show More Summary
“I’m not cut out for the conjugal life.”
And malls aren't going away any time soon.
With a judging panel that includes the designers Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs, Raf Simons, Nicholas Ghesquière, the LVMH Prize is like the turbocharged version of "Project Runway." Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida, the designers behind...Show More Summary
Apparently it's all work and no play for Kendall Jenner! Though we doubt the launch of the new Fendi By Karl Lagerfeld book in Cannes on Thursday was entirely no fun! [ Related: Kylie's Style Is On Its A-Game In Cannes! ] The supermodel came out to support Uncle K wearing a Fendi embroidered mini dress with her [...]
Stepping out for some fashionable fun, Kendall Jenner showed support for Karl Lagerfeld at the release of his new book “Fendi by Karl Lagerfeld” at the 68th Cannes Film Festival today (May 21). The 19-year-old model-of-the-moment looked incredible in a form-fitting strapless Fendi dress as she posed for photos alongside Mr. Show More Summary
Books can be the gateway to a better life. — “Books are a hard-bound drug with no danger of an overdose. I am the happy victim of books.” — Karl Lagerfeld Ever feel like you’re working too much, feeling too tired, and/or burning yourself out? If a man doesn’t know himself, he can’t grow himself. Show More Summary
Karl Lagerfeld has launched Private Klub, a new fragrance duo celebrating youth, life, optimism and the VIP guest list...
While most celebrities spent Monday afternoon in New York primping for the Met Ball, Karl Lagerfeld was in Seoul, South Korea, showing off the latest Chanel cruise collection. Last year’s cruise extravaganza saw guests ferried to a private island in Dubai; this year’s technicolor designs were presented on a runway... More »
Karl Lagerfeld took Gisele, Kristen Stewart and six-year-old modelling prodigy Hudson Kroenig to Korea for his latest resort collection.
Jake Davies, Dae Na and Brad Kroenig’s son Hudson were among the models to hit the catwalk as designer Karl Lagerfeld brought his latest Chanel collection to Seoul, Korea. Unveiling Chanel’s resort 2016 collection, Lagerfeld embraced an array of colors and graphic prints for a vibrant outing. Show More Summary
You can blame Karl Lagerfeld if you don't see Gisele Bündchen at the Met Gala tonight. The designer staged Chanel's Cruise Collection show in Seoul, South Korea, today, drawing an elite crowd of fashion insiders and models, including...Show More Summary
Tweed is a signature emblem of Chanel that is tirelessly revisited by Karl Lagerfeld in his Ready-to-Wear and Haute Couture collections, and it now lends an original twist to the sunglasses in the Tweed collection. Read the rest of the story at: Original Twist: Chanel Tweed Eyewear
God bless Karl Lagerfeld. The 81-year-old (or 76-year-old, depending on who you ask) German-born fashion designer has been working in the industry since 1955, when he was first hired as Pierre Balmain’s assistant. Since then he’s launched his own fashion house, as well as served as head designer and creative director for both Chanel and Fendi. Show More Summary
The gift that is Karl Lagerfeld's Austrian romp just keeps on giving. After showing his edelweiss-heavy Chanel collection in Salzburg, he took the show on the road to New York, complete with double-C pretzels and a live Pharrell performance. Now, Lagerfeld's current three favorite people — Pharrell, Cara Delevingne, and... More »
Karl Lagerfeld loves to put the Chanel logo everywhere — on tweed jackets, jewelry, and slingbacks, of course, but also on any quotidian object he can find. (He may have even put it on these garbage bins. Prognosis unclear.) Thanks to Karl, you can swig from Chanel, play with Chanel,... More »