"I hate children, charity is boring, I hate to be touched" - More wisdom from Karl Lagerfeld
I reported way back on Karl Lagerfeld's 'Prestige' magazine interview, but back then I was so busy getting on my high horse about his comments on anorexia that I didn't truly appreciate the brilliance of the interview as a whole. Luckily, Jezebel have reminded us about it, and the CQ girls have spent most of the afternoon reading the comments and laughing at the inimitable Count Von Lagerfeld. Hamsterpants' summary was a particular fave. For those who can't be bothered to read the whole article (which is full of absolute nonsense) click to read a brilliant version of 'Karl in a nutshell'.
Hates: [meat, fat people, kids] traveling, people, planes, touching, the 80s, the 90s, the 1890s, umbrellas, axototls, fountain pens, gerbils, electric fans, despair, joy, happiness, unhappiness, togetherness, grapes, bumper stickers, bunnies, rainbows, unicorns, unicycles, gum, staplers, bony Chinese people, people who talk about anorexics, prints, Diane Von Furstenberg.
[via Jezebel | image: Getty]