These cheeky illustrations by aleXsandro Palombo depict Karl Lagerfeld in all his fabulosity jetting around Paris.
I found them to be quite amusing.
Let’s see if we can create a short story about them.
I’ll start:
Karl was in agony because he was forced to take the metro because all of the cab drivers in Paris were abducted by aliens.
Now, you!

From the Gourmet Traveller:
Karl is bemused that it takes three poorly dressed workmen to do one man’s work, poorly. Sneering, he mutters, ‘The background poster is not even hung correctly. Who hired these simpletons?’ … (who wants to write the next part?)


Posted by Lisi at The Beauty File blog



Photos via Fabric Magazine

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18 Comments on Karl’s World

  1. Haha these are really great! Thanks for sharing them! Love how Karl L. has made such a cult personality of himself….tho he really is quite a special human being, he should indeed celebrate that:) xxx LZ

  2. I can't believe people aren't sending wonderful cheeky comments. Like I have time to write a story:)

    Will mull over & be back. Wonderful images.

  3. Oooh fun! My attempt for picture #2

    Karl is bemused that it takes three poorly dressed workmen to do one man's work, poorly. Sneering, he mutters, 'The background poster is not even hung correctly. Who hired these simpletons?'

  4. Haha…thanks for posting my comment, Tina! I love those illustrations….and your blog 😉

  5. These are fabulous! I prefer these to some of the photos. The G.T. comment is very funny and probably right on the mark!

    Tina, How are you? Cannot get emails to you?

  6. great drawings…love your site, please check out Fashion by He, first ever fashion site from a guys POV….

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    -He approves

  7. For the final illustration, when Karl meets his extraterrestrial equivalent, I thought a funny caption would have been: Karl sighed, absent-mindedly smoothing his lapel as he looked at the impeccably, but similarly-dressed being. "Bitch," he sighed. "You should have called."