A Lifetime Of Lagerfeld

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Karl Lagerfeld isn’t one to reflect on the past—he told our own Tim Blanks, “The minute I finish one [collection], I have to think about the next one. It’s a nonstop dialogue, and if you are not ready to have a nonstop dialogue with fashion, you should do another job.” Still, there are plenty interested in the history of Mr. Lagerfeld, so much so that the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bonn has erected a retrospective of Lagerfeld’s work. The exhibit, curated by friend and collaborator Amanda Harlech and Rein Wolfs, spans Lagerfeld’s entire oeuvre as a designer, starting with the yellow coat he designed in 1954 that won him the International Wool Secretariat prize and going up to some of his recent Chanel and Fendi creations.

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Photos: Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bonn

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