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Earlier this year, the fashion industry lost one of its most prolific and beloved talents. #KarlLagerfeld was widely admired for his Renaissance mind and unparalleled work ethic, creating collections simultaneously for the storied houses of #Chanel and Fendi, in addition to his namesake label. Following an inspiring tribute show at the Grand Palais in June, a new project aims to keep the memory of the late designer alive:

This September during #ParisFashionWeek, the Karl Lagerfeld brand will release a limited edition collection of white shirts. Using one of his most beloved styles, artists, actors, models, designers and friends of Lagerfeld have been tasked with creating their own version of the iconic look. And because Karl s lucky number was 7, seven of the final designs will be replicated 77 times each and sold for charity at a price of  777 per piece. All proceeds of the shirt sales will be donated to the French charity  Sauver la Vie,  which funds medical research at the Paris Descartes University.  : @karllagerfeld
Earlier this year, the fashion industry lost one of its most prolific and beloved talents. #KarlLagerfeld was widely admired for his Renaissance mind and unparalleled work ethic, creating collections simultaneously for the storied houses of #Chanel and Fendi, in addition to his namesake label. Following an inspiring tribute show at the Grand Palais in June, a new project aims to keep the memory of the late designer alive: This September during #ParisFashionWeek, the Karl Lagerfeld brand will release a limited edition collection of white shirts. Using one of his most beloved styles, artists, actors, models, designers and friends of Lagerfeld have been tasked with creating their own version of the iconic look. And because Karl s lucky number was 7, seven of the final designs will be replicated 77 times each and sold for charity at a price of 777 per piece. All proceeds of the shirt sales will be donated to the French charity Sauver la Vie, which funds medical research at the Paris Descartes University. : @karllagerfeld

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