A Look Inside Karl Lagerfeld’s Parisian Apartment
German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld is hardly seen without sunglasses, but often seen as a fascinating personality that’s widely considered “cold-hearted”.
As many a times, a house is said to reflect its owner’s personality, Admagazine decided to take a peek into the Kaiser’s Parisian apartment located in an 1820s building on the Quai Voltaire, along the artsy Left Bank, to see if there is some warmth within the outer ultra-cool shell of Lagerfeld.
Lagerfeld’s futuristic apartment that took 2.5 years to renovate has a lot of light, glass and metal—and is for a mainly just a place to “sleep, bathe and work”, he told Admagazine.
“I wanted an apartment with glass and transparency everywhere… and there is no color here, because I am constantly surrounded by color, I prefer to live in a neutral environment,” the designer was quoted saying.
To sum it up, there’s lots of black and white, and metal furniture.
What do you think of Karl Lagerfeld’s Parisian apartment—does it reflect who he truly is?
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