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Fashionable Feline: Choupette Lagerfeld Gets Her Own Capsule Collection This Fall

Fashionable Feline: Choupette Lagerfeld Gets Her Own Capsule Collection This Fall



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Just in case you’re not getting enough adorable felines through Instagram or inter-office emails, allow Karl Lagerfeld to fix that for you. Choupette, Lagerfeld’s own beloved cat, is fashion’s favorite pet, complete with her own social media accounts, magazine editorial spreads, lifestyle book—and now a capsule collection. The new Monster Choupette collection will be out in stores in November and will include a line of shoes, clothing and accessories. There will be pouches, wallets, purses, scarves, socks, sweatshirts—all to fulfill your every fashionably feline desire.

As the collection is entitled Monster Choupette it seems only fitting we get to see a more ferocious side of the normally well-behaved and docile kitty. But we totally understand, with all the jet-setting, photo shoots and running from here to there it can get a little stressful; so what if she’s having a bit of Naomi Campbell moment—at least she still looks good.


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


Will Karl Lagerfeld make Choupette the world’s richest cat or will his £150million go to his American godson? Designer has suggested he’ll leave at least some of his fortune to the famous feline who already has £2.5million

As the fashion world mourns Chanel icon Karl Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 𧵎million fortune, along with his model godson.

Lagerfeld died aged 85 in hospital in Paris today, leaving the fashion world reeling at the loss of the man who rescued Chanel and spent three decades as the label’s artistic director. 

One of the designer’s most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it were legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury and has made more than ٠.5million herself. 

Lagerfeld’s massive wealth could end up in the feline’s paws if certain legal structures are arranged, it has been claimed.

Last year he told an interviewer that ‘among others’ – which could include his young godson, Hudson Kroenig – he would be giving his riches to Choupette.

Karl Lagerfeld posing with his beautiful Birman cat in a photo from Choupette’s official Instagram (left) and with his godson Hudson (right) another potential heir to his fortune

One of his last walks: Lagerfeld walks the runway with Chanel’s current fashion creation studio director Virginie Viard, who will now take over as artistic director, and his godson Hudson Kroenig, right, at Chanel Metiers D’Art 2018/19 Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on in December 2018 in New York City

The Birman cat, who Lagerfeld called his one true love and famously said he would marry if it was legal, has enjoyed a life of luxury only mere mortals can dream of


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