Words to live by: Karl Lagerfeld…again

There have been several occasions when Karl Lagerfeld’s words to live by have made us nod admiringly at his wisdom. There have been several more occasions when Karl Lagerfeld’s words to live by have made us WTF’d. This is one such moment. In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the kaiser opens up about the mundane moments of his life that aren’t really mundane at all but rather remind us that we are all mere mortals while he is a god who cannot be touched:

“I never have lunch, but when I do, I ask them to bring it to me in the house. I actually have two houses. This house here, it’s only for sleeping and sketching, and I have another house two-and-a-half meters away for lunch and dinner and to see people, and where the cook is and all that.”

I guess that explains why he never goes grocery shopping unless flanked by Saskia de Brauw and Caroline Brasch Nielsen.

Oh also, his hair isn’t actually white, his coat tails are made by Dior, he only ever drinks Diet Coke and Choupette is doing just fine. Read the whole interview here.

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6 Responses to Words to live by: Karl Lagerfeld…again

  1. He is quite the character, but at least it’s entertaining!

  2. Kathryn says:

    He’s no Anna Dello Russo, but he sure does keep us guessing.

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