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Karl Lagerfeld once created a Walmart-sized "Chanel Shopping Center" to show off his ready-to-wear collection.The show was the type of presentation that came to define much of Lagerfeld's six-decade career at the top of fashion.The German-born Lagerfeld, a contemporary of Yves Saint Laurent with a strict ponytail and tight collar, was just the man.Lagerfeld, who had been poached from Chloe, used his creative scalpel to modernize the house's signature skirt suits and tweed in the '80s as the house expanded internationally, opening some 40 boutiques around the world in that decade.Lagerfeld will be remembered as much for his showmanship, eccentric personality and acid tongue as for his youthful designs.In recent seasons, Lagerfeld looked increasingly frail.Lagerfeld was supposed to be in the vessel's cockpit giving interviews."Karl's moved to the south part," crackled their radios on a loop as they dashed around the elaborate set.Then, as quickly as he vanished, Lagerfeld reappeared near the jetliner's entry hub.
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