German designer Karl Lagerfeld (R) acknowledges the applause with Silvia Venturini Fendi at the end of the Fendi Spring/Summer 2015 collection during Milan Fashion Week September 18, 2014. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo
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Such are the fancies and ennuis of Choupette, the most famous cat in fashion owned by Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld, according to the new book "Choupette -- the Enchanted Life of a Fashion Cat".With photographs by Lagerfeld, the small 123-page hardback being released on Wednesday is an homage to the three-year-old fluffy white Burmese with spectacular blue eyes who has a life any supermodel would envy.From her specially made-to-measure Louis Vuitton luggage to the three silver bowls that serve as her dinnerware -- she eats at the table, never on the floor -- Choupette leads a charmed life.The book shows Choupette doing things any ordinary cat would do: curling up in a box, curling up in the sink, playing with a feather toy, hiding in a shopping bag.
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