The Cara Loves Karl capsule collection by Cara Delevingne is on display.
Delevingne, 30, was present at the Cara Loves Karl celebration at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday after missing an event honoring her collection with late designer Karl Lagerfeld earlier in the month in New York.
In honor of the event, Delevingne donned a seductive, oversized tuxedo jacket with a matching belt around her waist and a web belt around her neck that bears Lagerfeld’s name. Black thigh-high boots gave the model her entire outfit.
Earlier on Tuesday, Delevingne appeared in a carousel she posted on Instagram wearing yet another Cara x Karl ensemble. A sleek black blazer, slacks, and traditional pointed-toe heels were all part of that ensemble. Her blazer’s plunging neckline was displayed because she wore it without a blouse underneath.
She annotated the series of images with “Cara Karl.”
The collection was revealed last month by Delevingne. She stated to Vogue that she didn’t want the pieces to be constrained by gender stereotypes at the time.
I don’t know how we can assign a gender to clothes, she said. That the collection was genderless rather than just neutral was crucial to me.
For a few years, we’ve been collaborating, Delevingne continued. “Karl] would be incredibly proud of what we have produced and how we have created it, without limiting who should wear the pieces and allowing the person to decide what the fashion actually becomes,” the designer asserts.
In an interview with Grazia USA, she also discussed her particular relationship with Lagerfeld, who passed away in February 2019, and recalled first meeting him at a Chanel show.
When we first met, the actor from Only Murders in the Building, who was 20 at the time, was “immediately swept away by his warmth and generosity,” she recalled. “The value of accepting your strangeness was something Karl truly instilled in me. He didn’t care what other people thought because he was truly himself. Every day I strive to embody that mindset.”
Delevingne explained what the sentence was meant to accomplish “About inclusion is the message. How you identify is irrelevant. Each individual can find something in this selection. All people can use it.”
After Lagerfeld passed away, the firm reportedly asked Delevingne to design a tribute shirt, and that is when discussions about possible cooperation started, she continued.
In response to the question of how she is preserving Lagerfeld’s legacy, Delevingne revealed that he served as the inspiration for their partnership.
During the creation of this collection, she remarked, “I tried to keep in mind how ageless, classic, stylish, yet simple, and always has a twist, Karl’s style is,” “His most lasting legacy is Karl. He will always be regarded as a role model for the younger generation and all he did will be remembered.”
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