Goyard

22 Feb 19
Song Lyrics

Yao Ming Lyrics By Gunna [Gunna] Yeah, yeah Yeah, uh [Gunna] Yao Ming, this money tall (This money tall) I just checked the stats, niggas still waitin’ on me to fall (Fall) Bitch got drip like me, walkin’ out in Louis leotard (Yeah) These Turbo Wheezy wave beats got me singin’ to the top (Top) […]

21 Feb 19
PEOPLE.com

Choupette enjoyed many of life’s luxuries, but her favorite toy is still a shopping bag

21 Feb 19
Song Lyrics

Flexing So Hard Lyrics by Higher Brothers I’m flexing so hard turning bank into stripper club 2 phone in my pocket I’m so lucky I get famous yah My money too longer (woosh) I can’t count it up I’m flexing so hard (bh I roll that I don’t smoke that) 如果不想做的事也莫的人鼓搗你切 你是個type 3 的人類肯定fk with […]

21 Feb 19
National Post

‘She is like a human being, but the good thing is that she’s silent. You don’t have to discuss it. She hates other animals and she hates children’

21 Feb 19
The Love of Mccarthy 401

The creditors have staying fully believing that your only option is bankruptcy. Getting you a settlement does not make financial sense a short term to the creditors. They will have to waive the sizable part of one’s debt. However, if you concentrate on the possibilities of the creditor filing for bankruptcy, debt settlements develop a […]

19 Feb 19
Quartz
A little over a decade ago for Halloween, I dressed as Karl Lagerfeld. I wore straight-legged black jeans and a close-fitting black jacket, looped a cream jersey scarf around my neck, and shook a great deal of baby powder in my low, backswept ponytail. I wore pale powdered makeup with bronzer and black sunglasses on top, and tried to keep a straight face. It wasn’t easy. That’s because Karl Lagerfeld—both the caricature he created, and the man himself—was deeply funny. And the designer, who passed away today (Feb. 19), was very much in on the joke. In his younger days, the man who made Chanel one of the world’s largest and most profitable luxury houses wanted to be a cartoonist but rightly guessed that fashion would be a more lucrative use of his gift for sketching. But as a public figure, the designer—who once said his only ambition in life was to wear size 28 jeans—made ample use of his humor. In 2016, at an event where he was interviewed onstage by the actress Jessica Chastain, Lagerfeld told me (then a red carpet reporter at New York Magazine) that he considered himself “the most down-to-earth person in the world.” We both knew he couldn’t possibly be serious. There was the diet book, Choupette (his cat, with Goyard dishes and two maids), the fingerless gloves, the Franco-German accent, a laugh that New York Magazine’s Jessica Pressler once compared to Count Chocula’s “in its length and ridiculousness.” That’s not to say he was always hilarious. The designer made comments at times—most notably fat-phobic ones—that were pointed and cruel, which were especially unfunny from a man with his power. But as Charlotte Cowles observed that night in 2016 for The Cut, part of appreciating Kaiser Karl was to assume that much of his banter was delivered with tongue-in-cheek. “Every statement is delivered with a knowing nod and a flap of his gloved hand, as if to say, ‘I’m only joking,'” she wrote. “It’s clear that his wit is not only a talent, but a coping mechanism: When he was young, his mother would slap him if he didn’t speak decisively and cleverly enough.” Lagerfeld famously eschewed alcohol and drugs, preferring to read “ten books at the same time, in three languages.” “I am very boring,” he deadpanned. “But it has allowed me to survive better than other people. If you don’t drink, you don’t smoke, and you don’t do drugs, and you’re not missing it and never even wanted it, and you sleep for seven hours. I tell you, life is quite pleasant.” And he said he didn’t want a ceremony when all was said and done. “I do not like funerals, and I do not want anyone to come to mine,” he told Pressler in 2007. “Do what you want with the ashes. Send them down the garbage chute.” Whether or not he was being serious is difficult to say.
19 Feb 19
Archy news nety

February 19, 2019 ends a huge period of fashion history of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries: Karl Lagerfeld dies, designer, photographer and artist, who for 36 years heads one of the most famous fashion houses in the world: Chanel. Unlike his equally legendary colleagues, Hubert de Givenchy, for example, he did not retire (although he […]

19 Feb 19
Andre Eger

Karl Lagerfeld said his cat Choupette was one of the heirs to his fortune in an interview a year before he died. The fashion designer died in Paris on Tuesday morning at the age of 85. He told Numéro in April 2018 that when he died he wanted to be cremated, with his ashes “dispersed […]

19 Feb 19
Berry Blonde Style

Hi ladies! I am a sucker for designer products, whether it is a purse, jewelry or even a belt, buttttt I cannot bring myself to spend so much $$$ on each of them! I have found some AMAZING designer dupes for a small fraction of the price and I am so excited to share them […]

18 Feb 19
SitRep

1.6k/40 saddle refurb Goyard project weights groceries

16 Feb 19
SitRep

1.6k/39 video produced ULC Modules made (b,c) Phone desk dock built Goyard paint pattern testing