Where's Karl?: A Fashion Forward Parody
Find Karl Lagerfeld in fifteen fashion-filled illustrated scenes!
Always on the go, Karl Lagerfeld is everywhere and nowhere all at once. Now, fictional fashion blogger Florence de la Sabine (you can call her Fleur) must find him - surely an interview with him will set her website apart from the rest. But where will he turn up? Roll up your Alexander McQueen skull sleeves and bust out your vintage Chanel monocle as you follow Fleur all around the world's hottest fashion scenes searching for Monsieur Lagerfeld.
Is he at The Met Gala in New York City? Strolling Coqui Coqui Beach in Tulum? On the slopes in St. Moritz? Directing a photo shoot in Dubai? In these stunning, full-color illustrations, you'll spot all of the industry's finest glitterati along the way, turning Stacey Caldwell and Ajiri A. Aki's Where's Karl? into a full-on game of who's who from Anna Wintour to Beyonce to Woody Allen to Kim Kardashian to Suri Cruise to Prince William, and many, many more.
When it comes to Fashion Week, it s important to keep a sense of humor. So, for a laugh or two, thankfully there is a new book called Where s Karl?Wall Street JournalFashion s answer toWhere s Waldois here.Vogue.comNot your typical style book. People StyleWatchA cheeky play on the children s classic.TravelandLeisure.com "Hilariously illustrated... Go ahead obsess." BookPageMove over, Waldo it s Karl Lagerfeld s turn!Star Magazine Where s Waldo? So passe. This fashion week, style mavens are playing the much hipper Where s Karl?New York PostA stylish spoof.NY Daily News" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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