Karl Lagerfeld, the fashion brand founded by the iconic fashion designer, has opened a pop-up store in Milan to celebrate the launch of The Cara Loves Karl collaboration. At 25 Via Manzoni-in the heart of the city's luxury shopping district-this pop-up showcases the gender-neutral and sustainable collection designed in collaboration with actress, model, and activist Cara Delevingne, as well as the Karl Lagerfeld women's and men's fall-winter 2022 collections, including ready-to-wear and accessories. The pop-up will remain open until October 30.
Cara Loves Karl pop-up store in Milan
Photo: Karl Lagerfeld
Cara Loves Karl pop-up store in Milan
The fresh, futuristic aesthetic of the pop-up store will set the stage for the collection through bold branding, elegant styling and design details typical of the Maison and guests can immerse themselves in Karl's world and explore the capsule's versatile looks.
Cara Loves Karl pop-up store in Milan
Photo: Karl Lagerfeld
Cara Loves Karl pop-up store in Milan
During the inauguration, happening on September 20, guests could discover the collection through an innovative LED wall, through which they - unfortunately - could only interact with Cara's avatar. 

  



Cara Loves Karl celebrates the philosophy and mutual passions that Karl and Cara expressed and shared in their close friendship. All ready-to-wear garments and accessories are available in sizes from XXS to XXL and made with sustainable materials in keeping with Karl Lagerfeld's environmental committment as in 2019 the brand joined the Fashion Pact, a global sustainability initiative that aims to transform the fashion industry with goals in three areas– climate, biodiversity and ocean protection.

Cara Loves Karl pop-up store in Milan
Photo: Karl Lagerfeld
Cara Loves Karl pop-up store in Milan
The Milan pop-up is one of 15 stores opened worldwide dedicated to Cara Loves Karl, including in Los Angeles (The Grove) and New York (Wooster Street). In Paris, the capsule occupied the iconic atrium of Galleries Lafayette on the Champs Élysées with an engaging digital show.




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