Sylvie Meis: ‘Karl Lagerfeld demanded that he dress for me was going to make’

Sylvie Meis has good memories of Karl Lagerfeld, who earlier this week at the age of 85 died. According to the presenter, had the two a good band and the designer has even a time, especially for the Dutch a dress made.

Meis tells in conversation with The Telegraph that Lagerfeld commissioned by the German magazine Bunte a dirndljurk made, intended for the Oktoberfest in Munich.

“It had to be something special,” says Meis. “He wanted such a dress of leather and demanded that the míj would be.” The dress should the presenter eventually. “It now hangs in my closet in Hamburg, his hometown.”

The first time Meis and the Chanel chief designer met, was in 2008 during the filming of the German tv game show Wetten Dass. “He was really is to entertain, he enjoyed it and made me laugh with his commentary on everything that was happening. He whispered that in my ear – is well aware of the small microphone on his lapel.”

Lagerfeld felt for some time not good and is Tuesday in Paris died. He was at the beginning of this year, for the first time in 36 years absent from the presentation of a new Chanel collection, traditionally he came to the end of the show appear to be all present, to thank.

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