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Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

German, 1933-2019

More than a mere tastemaker, Karl Lagerfeld devoted himself to the continual pursuit of chic. “My life and my job,” the designer once said, “is to forget myself.” During his five-decade career designing shoes, handbags, evening dresses and other items for Chanel, Fendi, Chloé and many others, Lagerfeld was a quintessential chameleon, ever evolving to embody the times.

An outsize, instantly recognizable personality — his ponytail powdered like an 18th-century viscount, his eyes perpetually shielded by dark glasses, wearing fistfuls of chunky silver jewels — Lagerfeld was, above all, an avatar of style.

Born in Hamburg (in 1933, ’35, or ’38 by varying accounts), Karl Lagerfeld packed his bags for Paris in 1954. His design for a coat won him the International Wool Secretariat and landed him a job with the celebrated couturier Pierre Balmain. He went on to become the designer of Jean Patou, eventually realizing that his seemingly endless ideas could fuel a career as a designer-for-hire. As such, Lagerfeld lent his vision to everyone from Loewe and Max Mara to Krizia and Charles Jourdan, nimbly moving among a diverse range of styles. It was an unprecedented way of working in the days when freelance was still a dirty word.

During the late ’60s and ’70s, he refashioned Chloé to reflect the free spirit of the day and, beginning in 1965, joined forces with the Fendi family, taking it from sleepy furrier to fashion’s haute-est stratum. Because of his track record for reviving and reimagining brands that had grown stagnant, in 1983 Lagerfeld was handed the reins at Chanel, which had been gathering dust since its founder’s heyday.

From Lagerfeld's first Chanel collection, he injected the venerable house with a frisson of modernity. He riffed on its iconography — tweed skirt suits, pearls, camellias — accenting a lexicon of Chanel-isms with tastes of the moment. Despite producing eight collections a year for Chanel, as well as four to five for Fendi, Lagerfeld never faltered in proposing new ideas each time he put pencil to paper.

Lagerfeld’s collections for Chanel, in particular, displayed his knack for synthesizing old and new, high and low. From Watteau (Spring/Summer 1985 couture) and Serge Roche (Spring/Summer 1990 ready-to-wear) to hip-hop fly girls (Fall/Winter 1991 ready-to-wear), surfers (Spring/Summer 2003 ready-to-wear) and ancient Egypt (Pre-Fall 2019), Lagerfeld used each season’s inspiration to conceive Chanel’s signatures anew.

Browse a collection of sophisticated designs by Karl Lagerfeld on 1stDibs, including handbags and evening gowns for Chanel, vintage cocktail dresses for Chloé and more.

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Creator: Karl Lagerfeld
Karl Lagerfeld Satin Finish Umber Photo-Lithograph of Max Delorme, Nude, 1997
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Gorgeous photo print by the iconic photographer and fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld of Max Delorme. Image captured and satin finish umber photo-lithograph printed in 1997. Measures: ...
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Late 20th Century French Modern Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Karl Lagerfeld Fashion Drawing
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Karl Lagerfeld (German, 1933-2019) Marking(s); notes: signed, marking(s); 1984 Materials: mixed media (ink, pencil, other) on paper Dimensions (H, W, D...
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1980s German Vintage Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Karl Lagerfeld Fashion Drawing
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Karl Lagerfeld (German, 1933-2019) Marking(s); notes: marking(s) Materials: mixed media on card stock Dimensions (H, W, D): 12.75"h, 10.25"w (work is not framed) Additional Information: Fashion design sketch...
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20th Century Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Karl Lagerfeld Signed Fashion Drawing / Collage & Stationery
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Karl Lagerfeld (German, 1933-2019) Marking(s); notes: signed, marking(s) Materials: ink and fabric samples on paper Dimensions (H, W, D): 11.5"h, 8.25"...
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20th Century German Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Karl Lagerfeld for Chloe Fashion Drawing
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Karl Lagerfeld (German, 1933-2019) Marking(s); notes: Chloe imprint Materials: mixed media (ink, pastel, pencil) on paper Dimensions (H, W, D): 11.75"h...
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Karl Lagerfeld Fashion Drawing
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Karl Lagerfeld (German, 1933-2019) Marking(s); notes: signed, stamped (see detail photos) Materials: mixed media (ink, pencil, other) on paper Dimensio...
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Karl Lagerfeld Nude Fashion Photograph Litho, #3818/5000 Phillippe Reynaud, 1997
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Palm Springs, CA
Karl Lagerfeld photograph of Philippe Reynaud, 1997. This beautiful male nude was included in a boxed series of photograph lithographs of nude models/celebrities done for Visionaire,...
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1990s American Modern Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Collectable Chanel 31 Rue Cambon Magazine 2012 Karl Lagerfeld Catalog
By Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Collectable Chanel 31 Rue Cambon Magazine 2012 Catalog. 31 RUE CAMBON CHANEL MAGAZINE BOOKLET Fall/Winter 2012. Great overall condition. The pages ar...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Modern Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Rare Karl Lagerfeld Limited Edition Daguerreotype Print - Signed and Numbered
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in London, GB
Rare Daguerreotype print by Karl Lagerfeld made in 2013 for his project 'The Glory of Water', a series of visual compositions of the most beautiful fountains in Rome. Signed bottom r...
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2010s Italian Post-Modern Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Original photograph of Cameron Alborzian by Karl Lagerfeld
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
1st or 2nd Chanel shoot in Deauville by Karl Lagerfeld Original silver gelatin print from Lagerfeld’s studio ex-collection Eric Wright – Lagerfeld’s right hand man in the 1980s-90s. ...
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Late 20th Century French Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Original Sepia Photograph Model in the Woods by Bruce Weber for Karl Lagerfeld
By Bruce Weber, Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Sepia photograph by Bruce Weber, Karl Lagerfeld advertisement, 1985. Original silver gelatin print from Lagerfeld’s studio ex-collection Eric Wright – Lagerfeld’s right hand man in t...
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Late 20th Century French Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Original Photograph of Model in the Woods by Bruce Weber for Karl Lagerfeld 2
By Bruce Weber, Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Photograph by Bruce Weber, Karl Lagerfeld advertisement, 1985. Original silver gelatin print from Lagerfeld’s studio ex-collection Eric Wright – Lagerfeld’s right hand man in the 198...
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Original Photograph of Model in the Woods by Bruce Weber for Karl Lagerfeld 4
By Bruce Weber, Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Photograph by Bruce Weber, Karl Lagerfeld advertisement, 1985. Original silver gelatin print from Lagerfeld’s studio ex-collection Eric Wright – Lagerfeld’s right hand man in the 198...
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Late 20th Century American Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Original Photograph of Unidentified Model by Karl Lagerfeld
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Original silver gelatin print from Lagerfeld’s studio ex-collection Eric Wright – Lagerfeld’s right hand man in the 1980s-90s. Label and production numbers to the reverse. Circa: 199...
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Late 20th Century French Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Original photograph of model in the woods by Bruce Weber for Karl Lagerfeld 4
By Bruce Weber, Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Photograph by Bruce Weber, Karl Lagerfeld advertisement, 1985. Original silver gelatin print from Lagerfeld’s studio ex-collection Eric Wright – Lagerfeld’s right hand man in the 198...
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Late 20th Century American Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Vintage Karl Lagerfeld Silk Framed Scarf
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Beirut, LB
Vintage Lagerfeld Framed silk scarf, with letters of "LAGERFELD" karl Otto Lagerfeld (1933 - 2019) was a German creative director, fashion designer, photogr...
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Late 20th Century French Art Deco Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Original Photograph of Karl Lagerfeld on Location
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Original silver gelatin print of a photo shoot from Karl Lagerfeld's studio, shows KL himself holding a light reflector. ex-collection Eric Wright - Lagerfeld's right hand man in t...
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Late 20th Century French Modern Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Original Photograph of Jodie Kidd by Karl Lagerfeld
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Original silver gelatin print from Lagerfeld's studio ex-collection Eric Wright - Lagerfeld's right hand man in the 1980s-90s. Framed at Lagerfelds favorite framer, American art on ...
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Cover Photo of Karl Lagerfeld with Models for Bazaar Magazine
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Original colour photograph of Karl Lagerfeld, Liya Kebede, Karolína Kurková & an unidentified male, a design for the cover of Bazaar magazine - it's not clear whether this piece was ever used for a Bazaar cover. ex-collection Eric Wright - Lagerfeld's right hand man in the 1980s-90s. "Irving Berlin...
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Karl Lagerfeld Monster Choupette Navy Blue Zippered Leather Continental Wallet
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From the Monster Choupette fashion line inspired by Karl Lagerfeld's pampered pet cat, a navy blue zippered Continental two-sided Wallet, designed in 2014. ...
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Original photograph of Helena Christensen on steps by Karl Lagerfeld
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
Original silver gelatin print of the model Helena Christensen from Lagerfeld’s studio, ex-collection Eric Wright – Lagerfeld’s right hand man in the 1980s-90s. Paris. Circa: 1990s ...
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Late 20th Century French Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Gilbert Poillerat Maître Ferronnier
By François Baudot, Karl Lagerfeld
Located in London, GB
Published by Éditions Charles Moreau, 1998 Text by François Baudot, preface by Karl Lagerfeld. The distinctive designs of Gilbert Poillerat may be regarded as part of the Art D...
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1990s French Karl Lagerfeld Furniture

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Karl Lagerfeld – A Portrait of Dorian Gray
By Karl Lagerfeld
Located in London, GB
First edition, published by Steidl, 2005 'A Portrait of Dorian Gray' is Karl Lagerfeld’s photographic interpretation of the Oscar Wilde novel, drawing influence from Wilde’s theme...
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Karl Lagerfeld furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Karl Lagerfeld furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of paper and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Karl Lagerfeld furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Karl Lagerfeld were created in the modern style in europe during the late 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Mourlot, Razzia (Gérard Courbouleix–Dénériaz), and André Derain. Prices for Karl Lagerfeld furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $49 and can go as high as $3,759, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,109.
Questions About Karl Lagerfeld Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 26, 2024
    Karl Lagerfeld's nationality was German. He was born in Hamburg in 1933. In 1954, he packed his bags for Paris, where he would soon start his five-decade career designing shoes, handbags, evening dresses and other items for Chanel, Fendi, Chloé and many fashion houses. Find an assortment of Karl Lagerfeld apparel and accessories on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 1, 2024
    Karl Lagerfeld was with Chanel from 1982 until his death in 2019. During that time, he served as the creative director for the iconic French fashion house. In 1984, he also launched his own eponymous clothing line, Karl Lagerfeld. Explore a large collection of Chanel apparel and accessories from some of the world's top boutiques on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 16, 2024
    There is more than one answer to the question what brand is Karl Lagerfeld, as the designer worked for more than one luxury house. During his legendary five-decade career designing shoes, handbags, evening dresses and other items for Chanel, Fendi, Chloé, Loewe, Max Mara, Krizia, Charles Jourdan and other brands, Lagerfeld also established his own eponymous brand. Find a selection of Karl Lagerfeld apparel and accessories on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 16, 2024
    Karl Lagerfeld was at Fendi from 1965 until his death in 2019. He designed for the Italian luxury fashion label on and off during that period. He also worked for numerous other maisons, including Chanel and Chloé, and had his own fashion brand called Karl Lagerfeld. On 1stDibs, shop a range of Karl Lagerfeld apparel and accessories.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 5, 2023
    Before Karl Lagerfeld, Coco Chanel designed for the fashion house she founded in Paris in 1910. After her death in 1971, Chanel focused primarily on selling fragrances and cosmetics, but this changed after Lagerfeld joined the house in 1984. Vintage Karl Lagerfeld designs for Chanel handbags, evening dresses, coats, jewelry and other clothing and accessories riffed on its iconography, accenting a lexicon of Chanel-isms with tastes of the moment. Shop a collection of Chanel bags, clothing and accessories on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 1, 2024
    Whether Karl Lagerfeld pieces are made in China varies. Some items produced by the brand do come from factories located in China. However, Karl Lagerfeld also works with manufacturers in Albania, India, Italy, Macedonia, Portugal, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Turkey. On 1stDibs, explore a collection of Karl Lagerfeld apparel and accessories from some of the world's top boutiques.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 22, 2024
    No, Karl Lagerfeld is not still with Chanel. The German fashion designer passed away in 2019. Lagerfeld joined Chanel in 1983 and continued working for the luxury French fashion house up until his death. He also designed for other maisons, including Fendi and Chloé, and established his own eponymous fashion brand. Find a wide range of Karl Lagerfeld apparel and accessories on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 15, 2024
    Yes, Karl Lagerfeld Paris is a good brand. Specializing in affordable, well-made apparel and accessories for a hip, youthful demographic, Karl Lagerfeld Paris is a diffusion line of the French luxury fashion brand known as Karl Lagerfeld. During his five-decade career designing shoes, handbags, evening dresses and other items for Chanel, Fendi, Chloé and many others, the German-born Lagerfeld was a quintessential chameleon, ever evolving to embody the times. Shop a diverse assortment of Karl Lagerfeld apparel and accessories on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 28, 2024
    Karl Lagerfeld designed for Fendi for 54 years. He joined the company in 1965. Under Lagerfeld, the Italian brand became a world-renowned fashion house. In fact, the German designer, who produced four to five collections yearly for the label, and is celebrated for the shoes, purses and other pieces he created for Fendi, is credited with creating the company’s instantly recognizable double-F logo (which stands for “Fun Furs”). Lagerfeld reimagined fur in creative ways, using it as an accent on purses, cuffs on dress sleeves and collars on wool coats. Find a collection of Fendi on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 28, 2024
    Karl Lagerfeld started designing for Fendi in 1965 when the brand brought him on to modernize their fur collection. He remained at the Italian luxury house until his death in 2019. The German designer produced four to five collections yearly for the label and is celebrated for the shoes, purses and other pieces he created for Fendi. Find a collection of vintage Fendi on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 13, 2023
    Karl Lagerfeld's last collection for Chanel was the Fall 2019 collection. The show took place on March 5, 2019, at the Grand Palais in Paris. Shop a selection of Chanel pieces from some of the world’s top boutiques on 1stDibs.

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