Karl Lagerfeld’s Upside Down Christmas Tree for Claridge’s

At the center of London’s Mayfair, Claridge’s Hotel is an art deco jewel that embodies grand English style and timeless glamour. For more than a century, the establishment has preserved its unique heritage, while staying current in design and comfort. Their annual unveiling of their Christmas Tree has also become a tradition and this year, it’s an upside down tree by living fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld. (more…)

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A Good Look at the Louis Vuitton Celebrating Monogram Collection by 6 Iconoclasts. (35 Photos)

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We all know the famous LV monogram. It’s been used on their exceptional leather goods since 1965 and is now recognized as a global symbol of luxury. Since its inception, it’s been produced, officially, in a myriad of interpretations by the brand (Stephen Sprouse, Murakami, etc). It’s also been produced -unofficially- in bad copies, good reproductions, fine art, on cars, even on houses. To celebrate what is almost 50 years since the mark’s design, the brand has asked Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo to take inspiration from the iconic Louis Vuitton Monogram and create their own limited editions. (more…)

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Karl Lagerfeld Brings Greek History To The Hotel Metropole Monte Carlo With His ODYSSEY Pool.

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You may never get to the The Hotel Metropole in Monte Carlo, so I thought I’d share this lovely pool, art, furniture and outdoor area created for them by fashion designer and icon Karl Lagerfeld with you. (more…)

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Famous Faces and Frames Made With Sticks And Sunglasses.

A couple of months ago photographer Philip Karlberg came up with the idea of pin or stick art, a concept he’d had in mind for years. Only he didn’t know exactly what it could be used for. However, after a test with sunglasses, that turned out to his liking, he sent the images of Philip Karlberg Stick Art Portraits to Plaza Magazine, and a week later he started shooting an editorial for them. (more…)

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