German fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld channels his impeccable talent and expertise in design, translating them into the world of architecture with his classically inspired sculpture exhibition at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris, France. The ex-Chanel art director worked alongside architect Aline Asmar d'Amman to facilitate an elevated presentation that tapped "antiquity, Greek architecture and the golden ratio."
The meticulously inspired sculpture collection features a number of objects, including mirrors, tables, and fountains. The endeavor is another example of how fashion designers stray away from their industry and choose to explore their creativity in the context of another field. Design and architecture have been popular contenders of this and we have seen quite a few fashion creatives — Virgil Abloh, for example, to dabble in sculpture, product development, architecture, and even art.
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