Quickies: Lagerfeld comes to America, the mysterious Margiela and more

10.3.2008

By Seth Plattner

Photo: Getty Images

Attention: Karl Lagerfeld is coming to America.  The uber-designer has just purchased a a six-bedroom, 1840 landmark building on an island in Lake Champlain, Vermont, which he clams is "very Emily Dickinson like" -- i.e. reclusive and a little creepy. Perfect! [WWD]

Though he rarely speaks and flitters off at the flash of a camera bulb, Martin Margiela is hardly elusive enough to escape the New York Times. Eric Wilson sinks his teeth into the controversy surrounding Margiela's rumored departure from fashion and manages to materialize the invisible man.  [NYT]

French actor Andy Gillet is lending his mug for the Kenzo Power fragrance for men.
Well, enchanté monsieur... [Now Smell This]

We're all itching to get our hands on the new Comme des Garcon capsule collection from H&M, so here's a list of all the locations that will be selling it. Better start camping out now. [Nitrolicious]

It's fall, so time to shoulder up some new baggage.  As if gay men need any more than we already have... [Refinery 29]

-- NOAH MICHELSON

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