The Designer Karl Lagerfeld’s Fingerless Will Go Under Harmer This Week
Personal items that belonged to Karl Lagerfeld will be sold during the auction soon. The belongings include the late designer’s iconic fingerless gloves made of leather and the cushions that belonged to his beloved cat, named Choupette. The event is scheduled to arrive in Monaco later this week.
Lagerfeld who is considered the icon of the fashion world died in 2019. The designer was known for his unique and outstanding personal style that was is characterized by gloves, sunglasses, and ponytail he usually wore. Karl made a great contribution to the fashion industry while working on various designs for Chanel and other houses.
The collection of items will be put for auction by Sotheby’s house and also includes the belongings from the designer’s wardrobe, as well as the furniture pieces, accessories, and works of art that adorned his homes. A model of Choupette is estimated at 5,690 dollars, while a figurine of Lagerfeld varies starting from 200 to 300 dollars.
The suitcases the designer often traveled with, along with three Rolls-Royce, and some sports equipment are also featured in the sale. This lovely collection marks the designer’s taste and gives a sense of his deep personality.
After the auction will be held in Monaco on December 3-5, the sale will move to Paris later in December.