She plays a 19th-century empress to Pharrell’s emperor, natch.
What would celebrities look like with no teeth? Your worst nightmare.
“Women’s rights are more than alright!”
“With dogs you need a country house and you have to walk them in the street and I cannot walk in the street anymore, I’m too easy to recognize. And Choupette is the most beautiful cat in the world.”
Fair warning that their poses behind the scenes at the Chanel show go from normal to absurd.
Karl Lagerfeld photographed Kim for the third issue of editor Carine Roitfeld’s magazine CR Fashion Book. And the team on set filmed their day’s hard work.
In the May 1996 issue of Vanity Fair, Lagerfeld paid homage to the classic film, Gone with the Wind, by casting none other than Naomi Campbell as Scarlett O’Hara, and that was the best thing about this strange all-star mess.
So, he decided to take a different direction than Demi Moore on Vanity Fair. Thoughts?
Dear Cynthia Rowley: can we trade?
She looks great. And she’s actually smiling.
“It would be difficult to have an ugly daughter.”
Oh, and Linda Evangelista is there too.
These surely won’t look good on anyone at all, but they’re at least fun to look at. All by Some Product (and some product, indeed!).
Either that or she just stormed through the doors with her Instagram photographer and demanded the keys to Coco’s apartment.
*Well, to the beach, on a cruise, at some fancy tropical resort etc. The luxury label recently premiered its 2014 resort collection at a special runway show in Singapore.
French models and fat shaming, directed by Karl Lagerfeld to commemorate the fashion brand’s prêt-à-porter centennial.
Karl Lagerfeld talking to cats, a Lohan retrospective and some gratuitous nudity. What’s not to love?
Some fashion people treat their work as though they’re dealing with nuclear secrets. And well, that’s just wrong.
The famous fashion designer told a German newspaper that he woke up at 6 a.m. on the Wednesday after the election and sketched the president as “The Biggest Chef in the World” using makeup to color the illustration. “The subject was inspiring,” Lagerfeld shrugged.
The resemblance is uncanny.
I sure hope so. If Snooki can do it this cat is a shoe-in.
Bookings of cat models for fashion editorials and ads has doubled over the past few years. And thanks to the recent rise fashion’s most famous cat, Choupette, the glamorization of cats probably won’t stop anytime soon.
This kitty has a lot in common with supermodels like Kate. She’s very finicky about food, is excessively groomed, refuses to eat on the floor — and the list goes on.
Over the past few years the fashion world has decided to say eff you to dogs and gucci goo (sorry, had to) to cats. The most famous feline of them all is Chanel and Fendi designer Karl Lagerfeld’s fluffy white ball of divinity named Choupette. Here’s why her life is superior to everyone else’s.
Karl Lagerfeld has just cornered the sexy librarian market.