Fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld has died at age 85 after a cancer battle.
Lagerfeld is widely regarded as one of the most important and prolific designers of his generation and had held creative director roles atFendi(since 1965), his namesake label (since 1974) andChanel(since 1983) simultaneously.
The iconic designer is believed to have been unwell for two weeks before his death in a Paris hospital.
The House of Karl Lagerfeld has confirmed the news of his death, following French media reports.
The official Instagram account for the fashion designer’s own label posted: “The House of KARL LAGERFELD shares, with deep emotion and sadness, the passing of its creative director, Karl Lagerfeld, on February 19, 2019, in Paris, France.”
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.”
Fendi‘s Fall Winter 2018 collection is described as an urban femininity with an outdoor edge. Lines of architecture create romantic uniforms in tailored fabrics and diamond patterns reflect the softness and strength of the modern urban woman.
Elegant pleated silk dresses and blouses meet tailored box shoulder capes creating a mirror of softness and strength. See the full lineup below.
The campaigns keep coming and the latest is from one of my favorite labels for accessories, Fendi. Lindsey Wixson and Binx Walton front the Fendi womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 campaign shot by legendary designer and photographer Karl Lagerfeld. Styled by Charlotte Stockdale, the duo are the epitome of cool as they pose with mini bags embellished with feathered ornaments, the Fendi signature tote bag and a feather ruffled wristwatch and more from the quirky collection in a in what looks like a rather cool penthouse.