Karl Lagerfeld’s Paris-Bombay Métiers d’Art Collection Inspired by Lady Curzon

Karl Lagerfeld, German fashion designer and creative director of Chanel, calls his latest collection Paris-Bombay Métiers d’Art and says that it describes the 19th century India. The designer particularly selected British model Stella Tenant because she resembled Lady Curzon, the famous Vice-Queen of India around 1900. She was regarded as a very charming and elegant woman.

British model Stella Tennant walks with designer Karl Lagerfeld during the Metiers D’Art Show for Chanel fashion house in Paris December 6, 2011. The show, which exists since 2003, is an homage to Chanel workshops. (Reuters)

A model presents a creation with a Bombay-Paris theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld during the Metiers D’Art Show for Chanel fashion house in Paris December 6, 2011. The show, which exists since 2003, is an homage to Chanel workshops. (Reuters)



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