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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Mieux vaut ne pas fâcher Karl Lagerfeld!

A fashion statement in human form, that would be Karl Lagerfeld.

These are days when cool has gone away. There is no more Andy Warhol. The Yardbirds disbanded long ago. The great movies of the past are rarely eclipsed, save for Avatar, Harry Potter and The Hunger Games...

We still have Mr. Karl Lagerfeld. One of the most fascinating characters of our time. Lagerfeld (born Karl Otto Lagerfeldt on September 10, 1933 in Hamburg) is a German fashion designer, artist and photographer based in Paris.

Karl Lagerfeld Calls Newsweek ‘a Sh-tty Little Paper’ ::: New York Magazine reports that, when asked what he thinks of Pulitzer prize winning journalist Robin Givhan’s recent Newsweek story that called him “overrated,” Lagerfeld said, “First of all, Tina Brown’s magazine is not doing well at all. She is dying. I’m sorry for Tina Brown, who was such a success at Vanity Fair, to go down with a s****y little paper like this. I’m sorry.”

Vous pouvez retrouver ici la chronique de Robin Givhan.

Lagerfeld has also been quoted as calling the singer Adele “a little bit fat” in response to a question about singer Lana Del Rey. The controversial statement made headlines worldwide. Of course, we all know Adele IS FAT!

The Daily Beast points out that “Though they moved in similar social circles in the ‘60s, Lagerfeld never warmed to Andy Warhol, telling Vice magazine that he always felt like “an outsider” among Warhol and his Factory friends”





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Cela fait des années que Karl Lagerfeld, créateur de renommée internationale, siège à la tête de la maison de couture Chanel. N’hésitant pas à révéler son univers personnel, il a laissé une journaliste du Harper’s Bazaar pousser les portes de son sanctuaire, qui n’est autre que la maison où il dort et réalise ses esquisses. ( +)

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