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Karl Lagerfeld on his way out of Chanel ?

Karl Lagerfeld on his way out of Chanel ?

Karl Lagerfeld. The German-born, Paris-based creative director of Chanel and supervisor of the Italian prestigious house Fendi, plants seeds of doubt within the Fashion industry.

From the beginning of his career at Chanel in 1983 as chief designer, one of Karl Lagerfeld's main particularities is to look in the past to get inspiration. Lagerfeld has always been recognized for his unequalled sense of aesthetic, his passion and determination. when he started, he kept the ideas of Coco Chanel and added his signature to them, brought the brand into present by introducing new fabrics and detailing, such as Tweed and chains, which became today the symbols of Chanel.

According to Fashion bloggers , the set's main theme in which the Fall/Winter 2016 collection will be presented on March 8th at Paris Fashion Week will be " a retrospective of all the previous Chanel show sets."

Is Karl Lagerfeld on his way out of Chanel ? 

Hard to believe when thinking over what he said during an interview with Vogue in 2012, “ Why should I stop working? If I do, I'll die and it'll all be finished ”. Indeed, Lagerfeld always remained this energetic and inexhaustible fashion passionate, revealing six collections a year, working on his own brand and many different projects at the same time.

Nevertheless, Heidi Slimane, who entirely transformed the French house Saint Laurent when he took over the position of creative director in 2012, is supposedly leaving as well and would be targeted by some, as Karl's successor. The not-so-young Karl Lagerfeld, who is celebrating his 82nd birthday this year and who has long highlighted Slimane's talent might get prepared to announce his final resignation from the house of Chanel.

And... That's it !

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