Legendary Designer, Karl Lagerfeld, Doesn't Consider The Middle-Class a Favourable Market for his Clothes?

Ranjit Rodricks , 30 Jan 2012
Karl Lagerfeld (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)
Karl Lagerfeld (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

In the fashion world, he’s known as Kaiser Karl. And for the uninitiated, Kaiser is the German word for Emperor.

True to this moniker, the legendary Karl Lagerfeld, known for his extravagant lifestyle, speaks down on the lower rungs of society, just like the Blue-Blooded are want to do.

Hamish Bowles
Hamish Bowles

The most recent “rude” comment from Karl was to Vogue’s Hamish Bowls. In an interview with the fashion critic, he talks about launching a mid-priced collection. But to the middle-class like us, it would still be pretty expensive and unafforadble!

He says, “I like to do (clothes) low price points and high price points. The middle has not enough class that I think about the middle class.”

And just like that, he’s managed to dis more than half of the world who lead a middle-class life!

Tsk! Tsk!

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