Karl Lagerfeld opens first concept store in Europe
German-born Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld has announced the opening of his first concept store in Paris, set to take place in February 2013.
German-born designer Karl Lagerfeld has announced that the opening of his first concept store in Paris is set to take place March 1.
Karl Lagerfeld, who will unveil his first line of watches on February 28 during Paris Fashion Week, will also launch his latest project.
The new concept store spanning two floors, at over 2,150-square feet, will be located at 194, Boulevard St-Germain, the famous Rive Gauche shopping location.
The Karl Lagerfeld concept store will host a selection of pieces from the designer’s namesake label, Karl Lagerfeld Paris.
Alongside his main line will be books, accessories, and a range of limited-edition items from his numerous collaborations.
Lagerfeld is used to linking up with so-called ‘fast fashion,’ having been the first of a series of major names to create capsule collections with Swedish retail giant H&M.
The first store will span two floors, at over 2,150-square feet, and will be located at 194 on Boulevard St-Germain, the famous Rive Gauche shopping location.
Karl Lagerfeld Paris has a production deal with Italian company Ittierre, which has also recently signed an agreement to release two new lines for French fashion house Guy Laroche, as well as producing clothes for British brand Aquascutum.