Karl Lagerfeld is many things: designer, influencer, icon. (Also: The proud owner of Choupette, a cat that is probably more pampered than you thought possible.)
But his latest designer collaboration isn’t with a clothing retailer or brand. It’s with the historic arts supply company Faber-Castell, Women’s Wear Daily reports.
The result is “Karlbox,” an arts supply kit that comes in at just under $3,000 (or 2,500 euros).
“Karlbox,” is set for a limited release in September and will feature “a large collection of tools and supplies for sketching,” all stored inside a box resembling a Chinese wedding chest, according to Women’s Wear Daily.
Lagerfeld has long been an avid illustrator whose design sketches are often found in his offices and brand headquarters, according to Women’s Wear Daily. Some of those drawings and designs have made it into his Instagram account, like this one of Selena Gomez or this drawing wishing everyone a “Happy New Year of the Monkey.”
As the creative director of Chanel, Fendi and his own eponymous brand, Lagerfeld is pretty much synonymous with luxury. And — yes — art supplies can be truly expensive.