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Karl Lagerfeld’s Former Studio and Apartment Set for Auction: A Glimpse into Fashion History

Prepare to witness a piece of fashion history as Karl Lagerfeld’s expansive former studio and apartment on the Quai Voltaire is set to go under the hammer on March 26th. This iconic workspace and 2,800-square-foot pad, boasting breathtaking views of the Seine and the Louvre, is a testament to Lagerfeld’s unique vision and style.

Lagerfeld occupied the space from 2006 until his passing in 2019, transforming it into a high-tech incubator that reflected his distinctive aesthetic. The studio, a mix of minimalist gray and white tones with concrete and resin floors, features striking lighting fixtures and signature revolving glass bookcases adorning the walls. These elements, once filled with Lagerfeld’s extensive collection of books and modernist furniture, create a space that is as inspiring as it is functional.

The main studio space offers panoramic views of the Seine through three giant windows, while a sleeping area, separated by sandblasted glass panels, provides a serene retreat overlooking a rear courtyard. The apartment also includes a stylish bathroom with a rectangular Corian bathtub, a spacious dressing room filled with Lagerfeld’s iconic black jackets, and a sleek kitchen with stainless steel fittings.

Situated on the fourth floor of a historic 1694 building, the property boasts a reinforced security system, a garage space, and two cellars. With a starting price of 5.3 million euros, the auction promises to attract significant interest from buyers eager to own a piece of Lagerfeld’s legacy.

Don’t miss this opportunity to own a part of fashion history as Lagerfeld’s former studio and apartment await their new owner on March 26th at the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Contact us today for more information and to be guided through the auction process.



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