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He's as famous for his extravagant lifestyle as he is his signature designs.

With London Fashion Week in full swing, Karl Lagerfeld's favourite muse has lifted the lid on what life is really like with the head designer of fashion houses Chanel and Fendi.

Model Brad Kroenig is the most senior member of an elite group of male models known as 'Karl's boys' and with his six-year-old son Hudson he travels the world in Lagerfeld's private jet attending fashion shows and exclusive parties.

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Karl Lagerfeld (centre) with his muse Brad Kroenig (behind left) and godson Hudson Kroenig (front left) out for a stroll in Saint Tropez in 2012

In an interview in, Kroenig reveals how the designer likes to lavish gifts on his 'boys', with a rose-gold Rolex and a diamond bracelet by Chrome Hearts, Lagerfeld's favourite jewellery brand, among his latest presents. 

Kroenig, whom Lagerfeld once shot as the Greek god Zeus and compiled the photos in a four-volume book devoted entirely to his muse, said: 'Karl is really generous. He likes his friends to look chic.'

Kroenig's son Hudson is Lagerfeld's godson and has been appearing in Chanel shows since he was two.

It is reported Karl walks around with a portable Polaroid printer and he has gifted Hudson with one too. 

But he tells the little boy off when he tries to use the camera to take selfies saying: 'I hate selfies. Don't use your film for ugly purpose.'

And even when they're not together it's been reported that Karl lavishes the little boy with gifts. It's been said he gave him a toy version of himself and fills Hudson's wardrobe with Chanel and Fendi clothes.  

Lagerfeld, who designs 17 collections a year and until recently only communicated single treffen im norden with friends by fax, stunned onlookers when he draped the youngster in layers of diamonds worth $1.5million on Chanel's 2015 resort collection runway in Dubai in May 2014.

Karl is known for his love of wearing his trademark dark sunglasses every day 

Much has been made of Lagerfeld's relationship with Kroenig and Hudson. The profile of Lagerfeld detailed how the designer would fly the pair around on his private jet.

In the piece Lagerfeld, who is famous for his acerbic put-downs, said he prefers the company of models because: 'I hate ugly people. Very depressing.'

Indeed, Kroenig and his son not only accompany Karl around the world to various shows and parties but also on his holidays to St Tropez.

It's a relationship that doesn't seem to bother Kroenig's wife, Nicole, who stays at home in New Jersey as her husband flies wat is de beste datingsite van belgie around the world with the designer.

Karl with his cat Choupette - who he told CNN that he wished he could marry

He told The Times of his relationship with the models: 'I see the boys like family. I have no family at all, so it's good to have, like, sons, but without the unpleasant problems sons can create.'

As well as covering his models in diamonds, Lagerfeld once had a cast of the model Baptiste Giabiconi made out of chocolate. 

Indeed, when Lagerfeld takes to someone, they can rely on his endless support. From Cara Delevingne to Kendall Jenner, he has had many a muse.

He tends to like strong women, from wat is de beste datingsite van belgie Rita Ora for whom he created a dress named, The Ora, to Kristen Stewart who starred in his Chanel Dallas campaign. 

Singer Lily Allen has also long been a close confident of the designer. It is rumoured that they met at a party where she drunkenly asked him to draw her a diagram of how to make shoes. 

She landed a Chanel campaign and when she married in 2011 she wore a custom Chanel gown for part of the day.  

Karl kisses a model wearing a Chanel wedding gown during one of his shows in 2014 

Karl (centre) attends the Coca-Cola Light & Karl Lagerfeld Collaboration in 2011 in Paris

Lagerfeld's own life is as gilded as it is regimented. He has a butler who wears a white coat and tie and travels ahead of him, greeting him with a chilled wine glass of Diet Coke.

In an interview with he once revealed that he has to sleep for seven hours a day, every day. 

He follows a strict diet which starts with two protein shakes and steamed apples and he refuses to drink hot drinks. 

Lagerfeld famously lost six and a half stone saying that he did so so that he could, 'be a good clothes horse.'

Karl famously lost six and a half stone saying that he wanted to be a better clothes horse 

His hair, which he has pulled back into a pony-tail every day, is not actually the white hue it seems, in fact he has previously admitted that he sprays it every day with masses of dry shampoo to achieve the colour. 

But while the fashion designer, whose black trousers feature a microprint of his own likeness, is undoubtedly one of the most famous in the world, he is in danger of being usurped by his cat Choupette.

The Siamese cat has her own Twitter account and a range of accessories in her image including shopping bags and wallets. 

Choupette has her own wikipeadia page and was originally owned by Baptiste. In an interview with CNN in 2011 Karl revealed he wished he could marry the cat.

He said: 'There is no marriage, yet, for human beings and animals… I never thought that I would fall in love like this with a cat.' 

Brad and Hudson Kroenig on the Chanel catwalk in 2012 

Karl poses with Vogue editor Anna Wintour, his friends in the fashion industry are many 

Karl Otto Lagerfeld (born 10 September 1933) is a German fashion designer, artist, and photographer based in Paris. He is the head designer and creative director of the fashion house Chanel as well as the Italian house Fendi and his own fashion label. Over the decades, he has collaborated on a variety of fashion and art-related projects. He is well recognized around the world for his trademark white hair, black glasses, and high starched collars.

wat is de beste datingsite in belgie First Name Karl
Middle Name Otto
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Full Name at Birth Karl Otto Lagerfeldt
Alternative Name Karl Lagerfeld, Roland wat is de beste datingsite in belgie Karl, Karl Lagerfelt, Karl Logerfeld, Karl Otto Lagerfeld
Age 84 years
Birthday 10th September, 1933
Birthplace Hamburg, Germany
Height 5' 9" (175 cm)
Weight 145lbs (66 kg)
Build Average
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Grey
Distinctive Feature Swedish descent
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Sexuality Bisexual
Religion Other
Ethnicity White
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High School Private school, Hamburg, Germany, Lycee Montagne, Paris, France
Occupation Text Fashion designer, Actor, Artist, Photographer
Occupation Fashion Designer
Claim to Fame Show in July 1958 in Paris
Record Label Karl Lagerfeld (since 1974, various brands), Chanel (since 1983), Fendi (since 1965), Chloe (1963–1978, 1992–1997), Jean Patou (1958–1963), H&M (2004), Hogan (2011), Macy's (2011), Karl Lagerfeld, (since 1974, various brands), Chanel, (since 1983), Fendi, (since 1965),, Chloe, (1963–1978, 1992–1997),, Jean Patou, (1958–1963),, H&M, (2004), Hogan, (2011),, Macy's, (2011)
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Father Otto Lagerfeldt
Mother Elizabeth Bahlman
Sister Martha Christiane, Thea Lagerfeldt (half sister)
Associated People Yves Saint-Laurent, Pierre Balmain, Jean Patou, Valentino Garavani, Christian Dior
Pets Cat - Choupette
Favorite Places Hamburg, Berlin, Munich, Paris, Rome, Milan, New York City, Monaco, Vienna, London, Los Angeles
Favorite Colors Black, White, Green, Blue, Silver, Red, Pink, Yellow, Grey, Brown, Violet
Favorite Accessories Sunglasses, Gloves, Scarfs, Jewellery

Karl Lagerfeld looks rather pleased with himself. ‘You know, this isn’t to my taste,’ he says with a cackle. ‘It isn’t even a period I like that much. I didn’t know these people or live in their world, the intellectual French art world, which was pretentious in a way. But it is amusing to have a glimpse, to take a look, to see what they considered modern. I like this idea of them being tempted by modernity without letting go of the conventions of bourgeois life.’

He cackles again. It’s a strike for Mr Lagerfeld (as his numerous employees call him, or ‘Kaiser Karl’, as he’s known throughout the fashion world). Several strikes, in fact. In a couple of sentences, he has a) shown that he has superior taste to the original owners of the house we’re in – an elegant but, yes, rather conservative villa built in the late 1950s in the countryside near Versailles by the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto for the Parisian art dealer Louis Carré and his wife, Olga; b) dissed the French, who’ve never quite forgiven him for being German; c) wrought revenge on the intelligentsia for sneering at him for being in fashion; and d) spat out the word ‘bourgeois’ with a soap operatic sneer.

Whether or not he approves of his surroundings, Mr Lagerfeld (as he’s in such a sunny mood, it seems mean to call him Kaiser Karl) has given up his Sunday to photograph La Maison Louis Carré for Wallpaper*. He’s doing it, as he does everything, accompanied by a SWAT single treffen im norden team of black-clad assistants crying ‘Que c’est joli!’ whenever his images flash up on their iBooks. A luxury minibus has brought them to the house, while Lagerfeld and his driver did their bit for global warming by thundering along the autoroute in a Hummer.

Every so often, one of the black-clad assistants approaches with a silver tray bearing a single glass of Pepsi wat is de beste datingsite in belgie Max. (Lagerfeld recently switched brands from Coke after a kerfuffle over calorie content.) His sole responsibility seems to be to ensure the boss can take a sip or two of fizzily fresh cola whenever he wishes. 

As for what he is wearing, it might not be what you would expect from a septuagenarian on a country jaunt, but it’s the uniform Lagerfeld has favoured ever since he shed 103 pounds a few years ago, and wrote about it in a best-selling diet book. Today it consists of: a skinny black jacket (Dior Homme); skinny black jeans (ditto); starched white shirt with a fine blue stripe and four-inch collar (Hilditch & Key); skinny black tie pinned with a pretty diamond and pearl brooch (Lydia Courteille); diamond-encrusted fobs (Chrome Hearts); an S&Mish pair of fingerless black leather gloves (Chanel); white powdered ponytail (his own). ‘Oh, don’t look at me today,’ he cries in mock horror, as though I could count on him to look completely different on another day.

This particular guest editor of Wallpaper* needs little introduction, although for the benefit of readers who have recently returned from a Carthusian retreat, here’s a quick crammer. 

Karl Lagerfeld is a very, very famous fashion designer, who started off as an assistant to Pierre Balmain then worked for Jean Patou in the late 1950s, before designing for Fendi and Chloé. He clinched his place in fashion history by rescuing Chanel in the 1980s (one fashion editor had written it off as ‘Seconal City’), and thus triggering the ‘Lazarus’ syndrome of resurrecting deadbeat fashion brands. Cue Gucci’s revival by Tom Ford, Prada’s by Miuccia Prada, Lanvin’s by Alber Elbaz, Balenciaga’s by Nicolas Ghesquière and so on. 

Lagerfeld designs for Fendi and his own eponymous label, as well as Chanel, while flooding the fashion gossip mill with whoever happens to be in – his muse, Amanda Harlech, the stylist Charlotte Stockdale – or out – remember Hedi Slimane? – with him at any particular moment in time. 

He somehow still manages to find time to ransack Colette’s music racks, buy thousands of books and read most of them in any of the four languages – German, French, English and Italian – he speaks fluently. And it shows. Lagerfeld can be thoughtful, funny, knowledgeable, bitchy and dogmatic all in the same sentence, and peppers his conversation with references to everything from Aristotelian rhetoric and German classical music to early 20th-century novels. 

Just a few of his recent extracurricular gigs include: running a publishing house and bookshop; kitting out a Steiff teddy bear in his skinny black uniform; shooting David Chipperfield’s restoration of the Neues Museum in Berlin for German Vogue (‘Very, very beautiful,’ Lagerfeld enthuses. ‘I am mad for it.’); DJing for Grand Theft Auto IV; and recording the voice of the villain in French animated children’s film Totally Spies!. ‘Apparently my voice is strange and special with a different accent in every language,’ he says gleefully, in tones that, although delivered at supersonic speed, are softer and less like a Teutonic baddie’s than you’d expect. ‘They want me to do the same thing in America, but how could I stay in Hollywood for three weeks?’

Lagerfeld has strong opinions on most subjects, and loves to air them. On travel: ‘Only for business. I hate tourism. Travel for travelling? No thank you, my dear. I’d rather stay at home enchanted by my books.’ On fashion: ‘Nobody can beat me in terms of technical knowledge. Nobody. I don’t want to be pretentious, but I have studied all the old techniques and know all the new techniques.’ On socialising: ‘You know what killed conversation in France? The smoking ban, cell phones and people who make believe that they’re politically correct. Boredom is guaranteed.’ On his » 

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