Karl Lagerfeld is a German fashion designer, artist and photographer. Karl Lagerfeld is the chief creator of renowned brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Chanel, Chloe, H & M and Fendi. He is a chief designer and creative director for fashion house Chanel, eponymous fashion label, and Italian house Fendi.

Over the years, he has worked for numerous fashion and art associated project. Through his creativity and dedication, he has won several awards that include Golden Thimble Award in 1986. He is notably known for his white hair and black sunglasses, a trademark looks.




  • September 10, 1933
  • German
  • Fashion designer
  • 180 cm
  • Paris, France
  • $200 million
  • White
  • Lycee Montaigne secondary school

Personal and Family Life

Lifestyle and Measurements

Professional Career


Karl Lagerfeld is famous for his controversies too as his fashion. It became a scandal when Anna Wintour, U.S. Vogue editor-in-chief got out during his Milan Fashion Week when porn star Moana Pozzi agreed to walk for Fendi’s collection in 1993.

In 1994, when Lagerfeld used rhyme from Qur’an for Chanel’s collection, the Indonesian Muslim Scholars Council in Jakarta threatened to file a lawsuit against Lagerfeld with the administration of Germany. Later, the designer made an apology.

He was criticized by the spokesperson of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) calling Lagerfeld as fashion dinosaur who kills animals for their fur. He also apologized for calling Adele ‘a little too fat’.

Awards and Achievements

Net Worth and Salary 2017

Karl Lager, the creative and revolutionary fashion legend possesses the net worth of $200 million. He has lived in the artistic style of the different era and international design houses since the 1970s.

He purchased a 1820s villa in 2007, embellished in Art Deco style in Quai Voltaire in Paris. Karl has mounted up all those luxuries and fortunes through his venture with various fashion house as well as numerous brand launch.




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