An extensive and glamorous collection of framed mainly black and white photographic prints from the studio of Karl Lagerfeld, and probably including works by Lagerfeld, including portrait studies and fashion shoots (quantity) [wall, and against silver shelves opposite]
A further extensive and glamorous collection of unframed mainly black and white photographic prints from the studio of Karl Lagerfeld, and including works by Lagerfeld, some signed, some prints with KL archive numbers verso, including portrait studies and fashion shoots, featuring models and celebrities including Karl Lagerfeld, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, etc. , and a model wearing a suit and Karl Lagerfeld tie, signed and dated in ink (quantity) [silver-plate shelves]
Modern wristwatches, including a Karl Lagerfeld steel wristwatch with digital display, a Storm metal wristwatch with blue face, an ultramodern steel watch by RHIX (?), and a Swiss Army watch with belt attachment (4)
A collection of Karl Lagerfeld books, including Waterdance, Bodywave, Off the Record, Villa Jako – A German House, Tadao Ando – Vitra House, also inscribed copies of Off The Record, The House in the Trees, Karl Lagerfeld L’Achilleion, Karl Lagerfeld Photographer, Karl Lagerfeld A Fashion Journal by Anna Piaggi, and other books relating to his career.
Karl Lagerfeld. A framed fashion cartoon in colour and felt tip pen, signed ‘love Karl’, inscribed: ‘If they think they will be taller than I am – they will see!’ (300 x 210 mm); together with a print of a rose overdrawn in magenta pen with a lady in profile and titled by hand ‘Coco Chanel Suite’, and signed, presumed by Karl Lagerfeld and dated 86 (245 x 190 mm), framed and glazed; and a black and white studio photograph of posing models, mounted on an oval painted wood frame and inscribed ‘C’etait la “Fete du Travail”/love/Karl’ (240 x 180 mm) (3)
Karl Lagerfeld. A personal sketch book of Karl Lagerfeld comprising perforated sheets within hard red covers applied with personal Karl Lagerfeld and monogrammed label, the first 17 pages with coloured sketches of operatic characters in costume of the early 18th century, the first sheet signed KL, nine pages with handwritten comments in French, circa 1992 (each page 300 x 210 mm), the flyleaf inscribed by Lagerfeld in ballpoint pen with personal dedication and dated nov. 92