It is said that he had shot a commercial campaign for ‘Chanel’ and ‘Fendi.’ In 2006, he launched another new planned collection of denim wear and fitted T-shirts for both men and women.
This collection was called, ‘K Karl Lagerfeld.’ In 2012, he made a collection of holiday cosmetics for Japanese cosmetics artist, Shu Uemura.
Following year he likewise launched a collection of Suzanne Belperron’s pins and brooches.
Driven by a phenomenal sense of creativity, Karl was passionate, powerful and intensely curious.
He leaves behind an extraordinary legacy as one of the greatest designers of our time, and there are no words to express how much he will be missed.
He’d been there only two years when he presented a progression of sketches and fabric samples to a design competition.
He wound up taking in first place in the coat class and meeting another winner, Yves Saint Laurent, who turned into a close friend.
He was known as the creative director of the French fashion house Chanel, a position held from 1983 until his death, and was also creative director of the Italian fur and leather goods fashion house Fendi, and of his own eponymous fashion label.
He collaborated on a variety of fashion and art-related projects.
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Detecting his future lay somewhere else, 14-year-old Lagerfeld settled on the strong choice, with the blessing of his parents, to move to Paris.
At Chanel in the mid-1980s, he did what few thought conceivable: He returned what was seen to be a near dead brand back to life with a patched-up ready-to-wear fashion line.
In 2002, he worked with ‘Diesel.’ Together, they propelled a unique denim collection, ‘Lagerfeld Gallery by Diesel,’ presented at the Paris Fashion Week.
For example, he claimed that he was born in 1938 to "Elisabeth of Germany" and Otto Ludwig Lagerfeldt from Sweden.