Karl Lagerfeld's luxury apartment goes up for auction for 10 million euros

The responsible notary office announced this, but did not provide any information on the identity of the buyer. The initial bid for the futuristically designed apartment complex in the historic center of the French capital was set at 5.3 million euros. Only bidders who had deposited a security deposit of 1.06 million Euros were allowed to bid. The apartment's auction took place at the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry, but interested parties can also bid online or by phone.

View of the Seine and the Louvre

Lagerfeld lived in the apartment, its 260 square meters spread over three rooms, for about a decade until his death in February 2019. It is located in a 17th-century building on the Quai Voltaire in the historic center of Paris and offers spectacular views of the Seine and the Louvre. The fashion czar completely redesigned the apartment for a futuristic look with concrete floors and partitions made of sandblasted glass.

The 120 square foot main room has backlit bookshelves. A 50 square meter dressing room is separated from the bedroom with movable partitions.



A glimpse into the designer's bathroom.

Lagerfeld, who was born in Hamburg, died in 2019 at the age of 85. He began his rapid rise in the fashion world in Paris in the early 1950s and is renowned, among other things, for his spectacular fashion shows. His name is closely associated with the Chanel brand, and he also created his own brand.

See also  spusu Vienna Capitals brings Salzburg back to its knees

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *