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Had enough of Karl Lagerfeld yet?

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by adakallgren on 5 April, 2015

The fashion exhibition fever is prolonged with a new showcase on Karl Lagerfeld in his native Germany.

The fashion exhibition fever is prolonged with a new showcase on Karl Lagerfeld in his native Germany. Modemethode is a retrospective paying tribute to the iconic designer’s loyal years at Chanel and Fendi, boasting rare sketches revealing his creative process along with garments and campaign imagery from the fashion houses where he has been residing.

We are happy to see the obvious success of the recent fashion exhibitions around even though the phenomenon has been somewhat validly criticised as subjective praise and mere promotional activity. More here


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