"I'm a working-class person, working with class." (Karl Lagerfeld)
Karl Lagerfeld, the eccentric German designer who blended fashion and art, who favored white hair, black sunglasses and 19th-century-style shirt collars, and simultaneously was creative director of Chanel, Fendi and eponymous international fashion labels, has died. He was 85.
May your immortal soul rest in peace till the end of the times. You'll be greatly missed, Karl.
Here a small tribute with Edgar from the Metro magazine (Feb. 2012) which Karl collaborated as editor for a day.
What Edgar said about Karl on the interview:
. “There’s this expression in Spanish, I don’t know if it translates in English. It says that the deeper the river is, the less noise it makes. Karl’s a very warm person and he doesn’t have anything to prove, so he’s approachable, very accessible, very open, very curious, you know? (The first time he photographed me) he made me feel very welcome and comfortable. He’s a walking encyclopedia, you know? I mean, I think that for me the experience to work with him transcends fashion.”
. (Edgar Ramirez, metro.lu 🙌 Swipe right to read the rest of the interview 👉) .
(First Photo edited by us @edgarramirezit
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