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post #16 of 49
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Originally Posted by butkusrules View Post
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/f...kill-them.html

My mistake , should have searched first. It was indeed taken out of context a bit but I still don't think he has a sound argument.

It`s not an argument. It`s a joke.

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Originally Posted by CharlesAlexander View Post
Just say:

"Do you know who karl lagerfeld is? Do you think karl lagerfeld ever wonders if he's casual enough or dresses too flashy?

This is the attitude we should all have.


The difference is that most of us do not have style, and most of us are not gay.
post #17 of 49
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Originally Posted by CharlesAlexander View Post
I have a great system to use whenever you significant other suggest that your too dress up to go somewhere (I don't know about you but this happens to me quite often, as I tend to dress up all the time). It's called the Karl Lagerfeld system of dressing Just say: "Do you know who karl lagerfeld is? Do you think karl lagerfeld ever wonders if he's casual enough or dresses too flashy? No! He looks in the mirror with his 5 inch high collar, tie bar, tie clip, tie chain, cane, silver gloves, shades (even though it's night time) and all, and says "I'm f***in' Karl Lagerfeld, bitch! people need to dress up for me" This is the attitude we should all have.
This is probably one of the best post I've read on here next to Fuuma's crimson cruise story
post #18 of 49
Karl and co once threw a "black ball" attended by hundreds of fashion professionnals and press. There was fisting on stage. The 70s = next level.
post #19 of 49
Thread Starter 
"Lagerfeld also said the issue of size zero models was insignificant compared to the 'zillions' of fat people" It's obviously a very tounge in cheek interview
post #20 of 49
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Karl and co once threw a "black ball" attended by hundreds of fashion professionnals and press. There was fisting on stage. The 70s = next level.

Sounds like one of those SF in SF meet-ups.


- B
post #21 of 49
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Originally Posted by CharlesAlexander View Post
"Lagerfeld also said the issue of size zero models was insignificant compared to the 'zillions' of fat people"

It's obviously a very tounge in cheek interview

OMG! Like, NO. Lagerfeld is SOOOO wrong. I mean, like, "zillion" isn't even a NUMBER.

Karl is so stupid. OMG.
post #22 of 49
Upon Yves Saint Laurent's death last year, the local theatre had a showing of Lagerfeld Confidential.

In it, Karl shared memories of his first sexual encounter as a young teenage boy with an older male. Interestingly, his mom blamed it completely on him for being so flirtatious.

Although he seemed very lonely, depressed, and introverted throughout the movie, I was very impressed with what he has done with his artistic development.

- M
post #23 of 49
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Originally Posted by CharlesAlexander View Post
I have a great system to use whenever you significant other suggest that your too dress up to go somewhere (I don't know about you but this happens to me quite often, as I tend to dress up all the time). It's called the Karl Lagerfeld system of dressing Just say: "Do you know who karl lagerfeld is? Do you think karl lagerfeld ever wonders if he's casual enough or dresses too flashy? No! He looks in the mirror with his 5 inch high collar, tie bar, tie clip, tie chain, cane, silver gloves, shades (even though it's night time) and all, and says "I'm f***in' Karl Lagerfeld, bitch! people need to dress up for me" This is the attitude we should all have.
Do you think he'd dress like that if he didn't forget he was wearing his shades at night?
post #24 of 49
Funny thread. I think people don't even look at what he wears anymore - that's the beauty of it. He could wear anything, no matter how rediculous, and people would eat it up. Why straight guys care how he dresses is beyond me - why would you want to dress like a gay guy? Smart guy and alot of people don't give him credit for that. His drafting ability is pretty awesome, apparently.
post #25 of 49
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Originally Posted by CharlesAlexander View Post
Yes! We all HAVE to, especially us eccentric designers!

Now get to it!

This is why we have "designers" like Eric Glennie.
post #26 of 49
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Karl and co once threw a "black ball" attended by hundreds of fashion professionnals and press. There was fisting on stage. The 70s = next level.

It sounds like my breakfast nook.
post #27 of 49
That will be Eric Glennie in a few years.
post #28 of 49
I heard he shoots all fashion photos all himself since he thinks everyone fucks it up.

I also heard he owns a book store in Paris where he sometimes works himself, at the counter. Thats cool.
post #29 of 49
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Originally Posted by Patrician View Post
I heard he shoots all fashion photos all himself since he thinks everyone fucks it up.

I also heard he owns a book store in Paris where he sometimes works himself, at the counter. Thats cool.

Publishing house.
post #30 of 49
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Publishing house.
No, a book store. You know, where they sell books
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