'Very intimate, his luxury hideaway': Step into Karl Lagerfeld's Parisian abode


The private Parisian apartment was where Karl Lagerfeld, whose creations and catwalk showed for Chanel, Fendi and its own brand, lived a decade ago until death. Photo: AFP

Karl Lagerfeld was a mega-collector. Of high-collared white shirts (1,000). Of books (300,000). Of period decor (art deco, Memphis Group, 18th-century European). And of homes – at least 20, in Europe and in New York.

“He loved buying, redesigning and decorating houses,” said Sebastien Jondeau, the longtime assistant and bodyguard of the fashion designer, who died in 2019 at age 85.

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