Writer ARIADNA FERNÁNDEZ UJJA
On the occasion of the 50 years of dedication to the world of fashion, the German city of Bonn hosts a retrospective exhibition showing the work of Karl Lagerfeld. The exhibition, entitled Karl Lagerfeld, Modemethode, will be open until 13th September in this year and will show to the public the whole creative universe of Lagerfeld. From his desk with papers, sketches and color pencils, to a copy of the yellow coat the International Woolmark Prize, to the bowl of his cat Choupette. It will also include his Haute Couture Chanel creations, and even Chloè and Fendi. An exhibition that adds 126 costumes and 120 accessories and has a soundtrack inspired by the sound of the strumming of a pencil in a paper created by Michel Gaubert, who is the responsible for playing music in Chanel catwalks. The Spanish studio Wanda Barcelona created this space with more than 40,000 paper cuts that float as columns around the haute couture costumes.