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Around 150 original looks—from all the houses he served, as well as his own line—will be presented in the Met alongside their respective original sketches. Furthermore video interviews with his respective premiers, shot by the great Loïc Prigent, will enable visitors to crack that secret Lagerfeld code. The exhibition’s interior has been designed by the architect Tadao Ando. Bolton said that Ando once designed a house for Lagerfeld, which was never realized; some of its elements will be brought to life in “A Line of Beauty.” The chief sponsor of the exhibition will be Chanel while major support will further be provided by Fendi. Karl Lagerfeld, the fashion brand, and Condé Nast will add additional funding.

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And it is Bolton who has been entrusted with the task of corralling the prodigious output of one of 20th- and 21st-century fashion’s most fertile and enquiring minds into exhibition form. (Amanda Harlech, who long worked alongside Lagerfeld, is the exhibition’s creative consultant.) So how will he do it? “Well the one thing I knew for certain is that we could not do a traditional retrospective. For one thing, I think Karl would have hated that. Even though one of his facets was that he was a historicist, and he would revisit themes in his work, he was always looking to the future in his own work—he hated looking back at the past. It was something he had a very conflicted relationship with.” Instead Bolton needed to find a unifying key that could act as a cipher to unlock our understanding of Lagerfeld’s almost outrageously enormous span and output. And he found the beginnings of it at Lagerfeld’s memorial service at the Grand Palais in 2019. “The speakers included some of the premiers he had worked with for years. He had a premier at Karl Lagerfeld who had also been with him at Chloe and premiers at Chanel and Fendi—and these were the people he worked most closely with to translate his design into clothing. And they spoke of him with such love.” This led Bolton to that key: Lagerfeld’s sketches. “He would sketch everything. He would always say that he could draw before he could talk or walk. In many ways it was his primary form of communication, whether he was delivering them by fax machine or iPhone. So at its heart the exhibition will look at the evolution of Karl’s two-dimensional drawings into three-dimensional garments. And what’s fascinating to have discovered: I always thought that his drawings were very spontaneous and almost impressionistic. But they were in truth extremely precise, almost mathematical. We couldn’t see it because we are not trained, but his premiers knew down to the millimeter what each line meant. It was almost a secret code, a language shared between him and those premiers, that only they could fully decipher.”

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Max Hollein, Marina Kellen French Director of The Met, said in a release: “Karl Lagerfeld was one of the most captivating, prolific, and recognizable forces in fashion and culture, known as much for his extraordinary designs and tireless creative output as for his legendary persona. This immersive exhibition will unpack his singular artistic practice, inviting the public to experience an essential part of Lagerfeld’s boundless imagination and passion for innovation.” Presented at The Met Fifth Avenue in the Tisch Gallery, “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty” will be on view from May 5 through July 16 next year. This will follow the Met Gala, which will fall on May 1. Vogue’s Forces of Fashion conference returns this year with an in-person event in New York, taking place on October 14. Given the tumultuous and often ground-breaking events that have taken place in the last few years, the conference will be focused on exploring the future of fashion, especially as it relates to topics of sustainability, diversity, social responsibility, and greater representation of all kinds of groups within the industry. The full line-up for the New York conference was revealed today (other conferences are also planned for Mexico City on October 13, and London, also on October 14). Anna Wintour, chief content officer, Condé Nast and global editorial director, Vogue will kick off the event with opening remarks. Chloe Malle, a Vogue contributing editor, will be the host for the day and guide participants through a day of exciting conversations with some of fashion’s most influential people. As an added bonus, attendees will have the opportunity to meet this year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund class of finalists.

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