Karl Lagerfeld Inks Project With S.T. Dupont

The unique fan-shaped writing instrument, will be unveiled on Wednesday.

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THE WRIGHT STUFF: Karl Lagerfeld, who famously uses Shu Uemura makeup to realize his velvety sketches chez Chanel, broke out the nail varnish for his latest extra-curricular design project: a range of pens and lighters for S.T. Dupont. Lagerfeld employed the polish to evoke the burgundy lacquer used for the unique fan-shaped writing instrument, which fits neatly between fingers and won’t roll off a desk. Lagerfeld plans to host a cocktail at his 7L bookshop and photo studio Wednesday night to unveil the luxurious items.

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