Thursday, July 3, 2008

You Will All Die This Horyn Of Wintour

Karl Lagerfeld sent out an army of trademark Anna Wintours the other day in honor of his most famous fan: the wig’s namesake has featured his clothes in American Vogue editorials, across its covers, and on the stunted backs of some of Hollywood’s Biggest.

There is something wink-wink about this when considering Karl’s less-famous fan, Cathy Horyn, the New York Times journalist with the honey voice who once famously wrote
an exposé on the editorial habits and preferences of Wintour and her staff . This week Horyn mulled, sans her expected jubilance and enthusiasm, over this Wintour-y collection and the designer’s “fascination for monolithic backdrops and bold, if puzzling, silhouettes."

Horyn is in the midst of a Lagerfeld book project, rumored to be a biography. Could Lagerfeld be personally noodging to the Horyn-Wintour duel? Or perhaps he’s just paying respect?

Either way, Heir Lagerfeld, here’s to thinking creatively outside the box:

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