Karl Lagerfeld goes punk for his eponymous line

03 Oct '13
1 min read
courtesy: net-a-porter.com
courtesy: net-a-porter.com

Karl Lagerfeld, the internationally-acclaimed German couturier, harked back to the famous punk subculture of 1970s for the new collection of his eponymous label.
 
Titled as ‘Karl Goes Punk’, the ready-to-wear range is made from Rocker-favourite materials like leather, tartan plaid wool, cashmere and silk.
 
Available at Net-a-porter.com and Karl Lagerfeld stores, the ensembles are accentuated with wide zippers and belts.
 
The collection includes biker jackets, biker-style pants, coats, dresses and T-shirts featuring Lagerfeld’ face.
 
The 80-year-old designer had established the Karl Lagerfeld label in the year 1974.
 
Launched in 2000, the luxury e-commerce destination Net-a-Porter offers clothing and accessories from cutting-edge labels like Alexander Wang, Miu Miu, Stella McCartney, Valentino and Victoria Beckham.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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