Melania Trump laments the death of Karl Lagerfeld, who designed for her

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    Melania Trump laments the death of Karl Lagerfeld, who designed for her Stock photo made on May 9, 2011 showing the German designer Karl Lagerfeld after the presentation of his Chanel Cruise 2011/2012 collection at the Hotel du Cap in Eden Roc in Cap d'Antibes near Cannes (France). Lageferld died this Tuesday at age 85. EFE

     The first lady, Melania Trump, today lamented the death of the designer Karl Lagerfeld in a message in which he shared some designs that the Chanel designer devised for the exmodel, in addition to a signed sketch and a photograph with him.

    “Today the world has lost a creative genius, we will miss you Karl,” Melania Trump posted on her Twitter profile.

    In addition to the message, he accompanied the publication with a sketch signed by Lagerfeld himself in 2016, in which his figure appears in a blue two-piece suit, consisting of a double-breasted jacket, a wide belt on the hip and a black skirt. tube.

    In a photograph you can see Melania Trump with her husband, the president, Donald Trump, at the doors of the White House with a design very similar to that of the sketch.

    In another snapshot the first lady is seen posing next to Largerfeld: In it, the designer appears with his usual square sunglasses and black suit, while Melania Trump pays homage to the original designs of the beginnings of Chanel with a dress and beige jacket , both with the iconic “tweed” style of Coco Chanel.

    Precisely, before becoming first lady, Melania Trump was model and businesswoman of the fashion world with a collection of luxury jewelry and cosmetic products.

    As a model, she worked for an agency in Milan (Italy) and paraded for firms from both the Italian city and Paris, the city in which Chanel, the most famous firm for which Lagerfeld worked, has its headquarters.

    It was precisely her career that took her to the United States, a country she now represents as first lady.

    The German designer Karl Lagerfeld died on Tuesday in Paris leaving orphaned the most historic house in the French capital, Chanel, but also Fendi and its namesake brand, where the so-called “kaiser” imposed an imprint that made him a reference in the world of fashion.

    The couturier, of 85 years of age, had entered this Monday of urgencies in the American Hospital of Neuilly sur Seine, an accommodated municipality in the outskirts of the French capital. (EFEUSA) .-

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