Karl Lagerfeld’s Pals Are Reimagining His Well-known White Shirts
There have been three key items to each Karl Lagerfeld outfit: a low ponytail, sun shades and a classy white shirt. “When you ask me what I’d most prefer to have invented in vogue, I’d say the white shirt. For me, the white shirt is the premise of the whole lot. Every thing else comes after,” Lagerfeld as soon as proclaimed. So it is sensible that after celebrating the late designer at Karl For Ever, shut mates and influential figures are planning one more tribute to the designer and his iconic white shirts.
A Tribute to Karl: The White Shirt Challenge has some well-known vogue business insiders providing their very own spin on these signature white shirts. Takashi Murakami, Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, Diane Kruger, Tommy Hilfiger, Alessandro Michele, Amber Valletta and Carine Roitfeld are reportedly up for the problem. The shirts will probably be displayed at Lagerfeld’s headquarters throughout Paris Style Week in September. Every bit will probably be reproduced 77 instances and promote for €777 since seven was the designer’s favourite quantity.
All proceeds will probably be donated to Sauver la Vie, a French medical analysis charity near Lagerfeld’s coronary heart.