We want to celebrate with the king of luxury: Monsieur Karl Lagerfeld
“I’m easy to work with. I’m not on an ego trip,” he says. “Many other designers have an ego problem. Most of them do. That’s really the problem.”
Paris Fashion Week is almost over and once again Chanel has sparked massive attention with Kaiser Karl’s brand new idea. After the supermarket, the casino or the airport, it is Chanel’s digital fashion show that is raging. In order to wow people for the spring-summer 2017 show, Chanel has chosen to turn the Grand Palais into a data storage center of sorts with giant computer processors forming aisles through the space.
A good way for Karl Lagerfeld and his team to express Chanel’s new vision of fashion: the future will be all about digital. Thus Chanel has succeeded to deal with one of the burning current issue: how are we going to adapt our tradition and heritage to the digital crucial omnipresence?
“(She is) too public, too public — we have to see in what time we live. You cannot display your wealth then be surprised that some people want to share it,” Lagerfeld told the Associated Press.
There has been no word yet on what Choupette the cat thinks of the situation.
The Trevi Fountain, of course.