Karl Lagerfeld fashion Icon RIP Shirt

Karl Lagerfeld fashion Icon RIP

Rest in peace karl you are be forever in my heart i love so much your stylie and Karl Lagerfeld fashion Icon RIP Shirt. You are very interesting person and smart i love him forever and ever i am very sad for the cat Choupette its lost the person its take for him i love choupette its beauterfull cat i am big fan from yours karl i have I bought some gorgeous clothes from you karl. i miss you karl i will not forget you. you are inside my heart rest in peace karl from Greece.

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I didnt get to meet him but the brand he reped wanted my roots ( my mother as 1sr black model). I always wonder who i would have been if my grandma allowed it? I like fashion and he was an icon that filled the shoes of another and made their name stay out for decades. He respected someone’s idealogy ( coco who was deceased) and that’s amazing for someone to do representation without taking over its concept or replace it. We always saw coco in wverything with a flair. Concepts. Coco wasnot in my generation but i grew up experiencing few fashion items from her from r.i.p. grandma and Karl Lagerfeld fashion Icon RIP Shirt. He was able to vet my interest refreshed and interested in something i used to think thats what my grand ma and ma like. Great man!rest in peace.

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Does anyone ever read an article before commenting on a sensational, click bait headline? He had said he was leaving money for his cat among others, don’t worry, there’s plenty to go round and Karl Lagerfeld fashion Icon RIP Shirt. It appears his will hasn’t been read yet as the amount or provision for the cat isn’t known at the time the article was written so it seems the cat hasn’t actually inherited all his £150M after all – but, hey, why would the media let facts get in the way of a “good story”?

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