Karl Lagerfeld Turns Teacher, We Fear A Little For His Pupils

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Karl Lagerfeld is adding yet another facet to his already dazzling resume: he's set to become a professeur. Yep, Karl is set to teach a master class at the prestigious Paris Institute of Political Studies, or Sciences Po, on November 19.
The two-hour class will cover Karl's ideas on "the world, arts, creation and his life as a designer," WWD reports, and it will be in the format of a Q&A with Françoise-Marie Santucci, editor in chief at Libération’s Next magazine. Although it's a little tricky to imagine how the pearls of wisdom destined to drop from Karl's lips will be applicable to, say, a student majoring in economic law or international trade, we have no doubt that it will be fascinating.
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We genuinely can't think of a better way to spend 120 minutes of our life, and currently feel a mild sense of resentment towards the lucky students who get the opportunity to grill Karl some of his most absurd and notorious bon mots.
Fancy dropping in? The master class will be held in the school’s Grand Amphitheater, which can seat 600, and although 500 seats are reserved for students, the remaining 100 will be assigned "by invitation". So get blagging now.
(WWD)
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