Dubai, UAE, January 19, 2017: PARIS, FRANCE - KARL LAGERFELD is pleased to present an exclusive range of accessories perfect for Valentine’s gifting.
The range of accessories is inspired by the annual celebration and provides a desirable selection of love tokens. A colour palette of pink and red dominates the range of keyrings, phone covers and bags, which launch at KARL LAGERFELD stores, selected retailers and online at Karl.com from January 12, 2017.
The theme of gifting is made quite literal in the phone cover and minaudiere – an iconic KARL LAGERFELD piece. An oversized red bow on a pink glitter hard case complete with a Karl signature tag is an unforgettable present.
Playful and bold, the collection is designed to endure long after February 14.
KARL LAGERFELD COMPANY PROFILE
As one of the world’s most celebrated fashion designers, Karl Lagerfeld is globally renowned for his aspirational and cutting-edge approach to style. The iconic designer’s namesake fashion house reflects his own signature aesthetic through creative, cool and accessible-luxe apparel and accessories.
KARL LAGERFELD delivers distinctive style and quality to consumers through a breadth of collections including ready-to-wear for men and women, accessories, bags, watches and eyewear. These collections are complemented by LAGERFELD – a line of casual but refined urban menswear – and premium fragrances, which were added to the portfolio in 2014. In 2015 the company announced the launch of its online global women’s flagship store on Karl.com, and the brand portfolio will further expand in spring 2016 with the launch of a childrenswear collection.
The KARL LAGERFELD brand integrates its unique approach to design with an innovative digital strategy and global 360-degree vision, reflected through an expanding network of retail stores and wholesale locations worldwide. In 2006, KARL LAGERFELD was acquired by Apax Partners, a British investment fund aligned with established shareholders in the fashion industry. KARL LAGERFELD is headquartered in Paris’ Saint- Germain-des-Près district.