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Posts Tagged ‘ Karl Lagerfeld ’

The AW14 Watch Collection By Karl Lagerfeld.


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Between crystal, leather, and stainless steel in pink, black and gold, Karl Lagerfeld didn’t impose any limits when choosing the materials and colors for this new watch collection.  For men, the new fall line includes the Kurator (above), a watch worn on a matte black stainless steel bracelet with guilloché links for a distinctive look.  For women, meanwhile, the Karl 7 has taken on an exotic aspect this season through a snakeskin-style leather strap, all while retaining its urban style thanks to its gunmetal color.  Other new editions of the Karl 7 include a version with a lizard-style leather strap and a dial inlaid with smoky topaz crystals and a version with a rose gold-colored stainless steel bracelet and a dial paved with black crystals.  There is also the Marais, a sophisticated little jewel of a watch with a curb chain bracelet and rectangular dial adorned simply with a discreet profile of the designer. The luxury watch is available in gold or gunmetal.  A brand new model for the fall, the Petite Stud watch stands out for being both modern and timeless at once. Studs have replaced the indices, and the bezel is lined with crystals and pyramid-shaped studs.  The watch is made of stainless steel and is available in gold or rose gold and black, depending on the preferred level of bling.  The most buzzworthy item in the new line is the Karl 7 Charm Bracelet. The gold-colored bracelet comes with seven charms, each representing a symbol of the designer’s world, including of course a cat and a fingerless glove.

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Chanel Supermarket Fashion Show


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Karl Lagerfeld turns Grand Palais into giant supermarket to debut Chanel’s Autumn/Winter 2014 collection. The unusual catwalk show is part of Paris Fashion Week 2014, and featured Lagerfeld’s muse Cara Delevigne. Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand browsed breakfast cereals in a tiara; Keira Knightley lingered by the cheese counter; Rihanna looked glamorous over by biscuits and cakes. Guests trailed the aisles in amazement: condiments, pastas, oils and vinegars, cheeses and charcuterie, brooms and dusters, buckets and mops.

Karl Lagerfeld Store


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Karl Lagerfeld opened his first store in Paris. Known for his work at Chanel, it’s for his own brand Karl that the designer, adopted by french culture created this store in Saint Germain Des Près. The hip neighborhood has now his very own place to shop for some premium fashion.

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Diane von Furstenberg vs. Diet Coke.


Diane von Furstenberg and Diet Coke have come together to create this chic set of iconic bottles featuring classic DVF prints.  Following in the footsteps of Karl Lagerfeld – who designed a series of bottles last last year – Fürstenberg’s collector’s edition comes with four bottles.  The limited-edition bottles are $30 for a set of four, with 100% of proceeds going to support of The Heart Truth program for women’s heart health research.  You can pick them up at select Diane von Furstenberg boutiques throughout the month. The bottles are collector’s items only and they don’t contain Diet Coke.

Karl Lagerfeld Glasses?


Karl Lagerfeld has collaborated with Orrefors, the Swedish glass makers to create a collection of crystal including bowls, vases; wine, water and liqueur glasses and, naturally, champagne flutes.  The Orrefors brand is known for gracing the tables at the Swedish Royal Palace.

The glasses are hand-blown and Lagerfeld’s line will come in black, milky white and clear crystal, some engraved with the designer’s initials.  The series also includes monogrammed coasters “to prevent any trace of an errant drop on an immaculate tablecloth,” the makers say.  The Orrefors by Karl Lagerfeld collection will be available from September 1 in Harrods, and Bloomingdales in the US from October 1.

Karl Lagerfeld’s Pop Up Store.



Karl Lagerfeld has designed a pop-up hair salon and concept store for Schwarzkopf in his home town of Düsseldorf, reports WWD today.  The German city – also home of the Schwarzkopf hair care brand – will play host to this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in April.  The Lagerfeld’s Schwarzkopf Lightbox by Karl Lagerfeld, which will stay open for four weeks from April 16 before moving on to Milan and Paris.  The 3-storey Lightbox salon, café and shop will offer hair care and colour workshops from Schwarzkopf, as well as events with musicians and well-known stylists.  The outer walls of the store will be decorated with silhouettes of models such as Coco Rocha and Lagerfeld muse Baptiste Giabiaconi, as well as an image of the designer himself.  Intrigued? Appointments can be made immediately at schwarzkopf.de or directly in the salon! Every visitor who spends at least 15 Euro will receive a shopping bag designed exclusively by Lagerfeld.

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