Karl Lagerfeld on Cutting His Ponytail and Who Should Succeed Galliano at Dior

Do you ever think about cutting your hair? No, because I’m afraid it won’t grow again. And I’m not very gifted for hairdos. This is the quickest thing
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Do you ever think about cutting your hair? No, because I’m afraid it won’t grow again. And I’m not very gifted for hairdos. This is the quickest thing

Do you ever think about cutting your hair? No, because I’m afraid it won’t grow again. And I’m not very gifted for hairdos. This is the quickest thing in the world. It takes less than five seconds.

Do you do it yourself? No, I have someone who comes to the house and washes it, puts in the dry shampoo, and takes care if it because I have no time. I don’t even have time to go to the dentist. I’m busy but in a pleasant way. I’m the one who wanted to do all of it, so I can’t complain.

What are your thoughts on Dior? Who should take over? Well I’m not a consultant there, but I think Riccardo Tisci would be good, and then Haider Ackermann at Givenchy—not because they are friends of mine, but because they are good.

--Highlights from W's amazing interview with the indefatigable Kaiser.