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Karl Lagerfeld’s Credit Crunch Survival Tips

by | 3rd, February 2009

KARL Lagerfeld has a new range of clothing:

“Mr. Lagerfeld said he cut the VIP section to create ‘equality in an unfair world.'”

His minimalist clothes for Chanel were inspired by white paper, and embodied what he terms “New Modesty.” After the show, he implored everybody to “stop crying” over the slowdown.

Lagerfeld’s new range is inspired by the credit cruch, with those choppy falling graph lines ideally suited to silk and the hem of his haute couture range of evening ware and safari pyjamas.

Karl Lagerfeld is a down-to-earth kid of guy. Anorak has obtained Karl’s Top Credit Crunch Survival Tips:

Buy my new limited edition Chanel Refridgerater with a diamond-drilled inch diameter hole in the door that allows your lead cleaner to check that the light goes off when the door is closed. Such fun.

Stop eating. Ask yourself: “Do I ever see a poor model?” No, you do not. Eating is for losers.

Maintain your sense of dignity by not giving to beggars and charity collectors in their dreadful jackets and tins made from manmade fibres. I have no intention of saving the polar bear. The polar bear needs to depilate. Then I will reconsider if it is worth saving.

[WSJ via Cityfile], and Gawker



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