Karl Lagerfeld dies at 85 in Paris
The pioneer of fashion and designing, Karl Lagerfeld died at the age of 85 in Paris today. He served his life as the creative director and fashion visionary of the fashion brand Channel and Italian leather and fur goods fashion house Fendi.
He was one of the most prominent figures in the world of fashion. He used to ramp walk his shows with the models. He also worked for his own brand and designed for the high street brand H&M. He also had an interest in photography, costume designing, writing, and reading. He owned a book shop and was called a weight-loss guru. He had been at the top of the fashion game since forever.
He was ill for a few weeks and was admitted to a hospital in Paris where he breathed his last. The reason for his death is still unknown.
Lagerfeld loves expensive cars and owns two customized cars, which costs not more than one million, three hundred fifty thousand dollars. He had been so rich that he has another flat for sleeping and painting and another for lunch and dinner. He sleeps on antiques and his mattress is changed every six months.
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