Karl Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld (born Karl Otto Lagerfeldt; 10 September 1933) is a German fashion designer, artist and photographer based in Paris. He has collaborated on a variety of fashion and art related projects, most notably as head designer and creative director for the fashion house Chanel. Lagerfeld has his own label fashion house, as well as the Italian house Fendi.

Read more about Karl LagerfeldEarly Life, Early Career (Balmain and Patou), Freelance Career (1962–1982), International Fame (1982–present), Controversies, Weight Loss, Portrayal in Fiction

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Karl Lagerfeld - Portrayal in Fiction
... Wiechlinghammer is an obvious parody of Karl Lagerfeld and his views on the appropriate look for models ... a character from the TV show My Little Pony Friendship is Magic (named Hoity Toity) is based on Lagerfeld due to sharing a strong resemblance to him (white bouffant ... German artist Mari Kasurinen created a My Little Pony doll based on Lagerfeld's likeness ...
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... He also cites Steven Tyler, Karl Lagerfeld and Hedi Slimane ... In September 2009, Kaulitz was chosen by fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld to take part in a photo shoot for the 30th birthday of Vogue in Germany ... Karl Lagerfeld described him as "The Other Idea of a German" and wrote that the 20-year-old singer with the unusual styling became a superstar and a fashion icon ...

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