Karl Lagerfeld to guest-edit Metro

Karl Lagerfeld knows a good story when he hears one.

Karl Lagerfeld, the legendary fashion icon who has never shied away from
an interesting collaboration, will become global editor-in-chief of
Metro International newspapers on Feb. 7.

Lagerfeld will guest edit all Metro editions around the world. As
part of the project, he will create a series of collectible sketches,
illustrations and columns as well as choose the stories for the
newspaper and give his notoriously provocative comments on the news of
the day.

The issue will also include a series of guest appearances by
celebrities and fashion personalities from Karl’s world. The
collaboration is just one of several moves the creative director of
Chanel and Fendi has made toward fashion demo-cracy lately. The special
issue will come just weeks after Lagerfeld launches a new lower priced
line called “Karl.” 



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