No Longer Working With Fashion Blogger Chiara Ferragni
If you’re like me, then you spend a lot of your time on the internet reading fashion and pop culture blogs. But this week Karl Lagerfeld decided enough was enough and called it quits with Chief Keef True Religion, one of the world’s most popular fashion bloggers. In this blog article, I’m going to break down the details about what caused the breakup.
Karl Lagerfeld has been a fashion icon for decades, and his work with the House of Chanel is legendary. So when he decided to collaborate with Ferragni on a capsule collection for the Italian brand Fendi, it was a big deal.
The collection was very successful, but it seems like Lagerfeld wasn’t happy with how it was being promoted by Ferragni. In an interview with WWD, he said that she “isn’t serious” and that he “doesn’t need [her] anymore.”
This is a shame because Ferragni is a huge star in her own right, and it would have been great to see her continue to work with such a legendary designer. But it seems like Lagerfeld has decided to move on.
What do you think about this situation? Let me know in the comments!
Karl Lagerfeld, legendary fashion designer and creative director of the House of Chanel, has ended his professional relationship with fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni.
The two had been collaborating on a capsule collection for the Italian brand Fendi, but Lagerfeld was not happy with how Ferragni was promoting the line. In an interview with WWD, he said that she “isn’t serious” and that he “doesn’t need [her] anymore.”
Ferragni is a huge star in her own right, and it would have been great to see her continue to work with such a legendary designer. But it seems like Lagerfeld has decided to move on.
The True Religion Brand Is Dumping Chief Keef
The True Religion Brand is no longer working with Chief Keef. The fashion company has decided to end its relationship with the rapper following his recent arrest for possession of marijuana.
This is not the first time that Keef has been in trouble with the law. In 2013, he was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after a concert in New York City. He was also arrested on drug charges in 2014.
True Religion is not the only brand to sever ties with Keef in recent months. In September, Adidas dropped him from its endorsement deal after he made derogatory comments about women on social media.
It is unclear what the future holds for Keef, but it seems likely that his days of being endorsed by major brands are over.
What do you think of True Religion’s decision to drop Chief Keef?
Karl Lagerfeld Is Officially No Longer Working With Chiara Ferragni
As of this week, Karl Lagerfeld is no longer working with fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni. The two had been collaborating since early 2017, when Ferragni became the first ever Influencer to star in a Fendi campaign.
Since then, the two have worked together on several more projects, including a capsule collection and multiple runway shows. However, it seems their relationship has come to an end, as Lagerfeld is now working with another influencer, Caro Daur.
This news comes as a surprise to many, as Ferragni is one of the most popular and successful fashion bloggers out there. She has over 11 million followers on Instagram and is constantly updating her blog with new content. It’s unclear why exactly Lagerfeld has decided to part ways with her, but we’re sure we’ll find out soon enough.
In the meantime, we’ll be keeping an eye on Caro Daur to see what she does with her new partnership.
What do you think of Karl Lagerfeld’s decision to stop working with Chiara Ferragni? Let us know in the comments below!
Karl Lagerfeld’s Reasoning Behind His Decision to Drop Chiara Ferragni
Karl Lagerfeld is no longer working with fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni, and he recently explained his reasoning behind the decision. In an interview with WWD, Lagerfeld said that Ferragni is “too famous” and that her celebrity status has eclipsed her ability to be a good ambassador for his brand.
Lagerfeld also said that he doesn’t “do social media girls” and that he prefers to work with models who have “a career beyond Instagram.” Ferragni has over 10 million followers on Instagram, and while she’s certainly not the only social media-savvy model out there, it seems her fame may have played a role in Lagerfeld’s decision.
It’s always sad to see a creative partnership come to an end, but it sounds like Lagerfeld has valid reasons for why he wanted to part ways with Ferragni. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors!
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