Fashion News Roundup: Karl Lagerfeld to Publish Nietzsche, the McQueen Exhibit Draws a Record Number of People, and Abbey Lee Kershaw's First Single

Karl Lagerfeld Is a Busy Man: The Chanel designer just finished his cruise collection and has been hawking Magnum Ice Cream and now, Lagerfeld has made plans to release Nietzsche's writings in their entirety. Only 3,000 copies will be published and it will only be available in German. He also directed a short film, The Tale of a Fairy starring Chanel's usual suspects (Freja, Babtiste, etc.,) as a companion to the cruise collection. The short launches on Chanel.com today. {ELLE and Chanel.com} Fashion Mags Take Home Honors at the National Magazine Awards: Many of Condé Nast's titles were among last night's big winners. GQ won the Ellie award for design while W took one for photography. {WWD, subscription required} Listen to Abbey Lee Kershaw Sing: The model's band, Our Mountain, has debuted their first single, "Wooden Hearts." In addition to vocals, Kershaw also lends her talents to the tambourine. {Modelinia}
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Karl Lagerfeld Is a Busy Man: The Chanel designer just finished his cruise collection and has been hawking Magnum Ice Cream and now, Lagerfeld has made plans to release Nietzsche's writings in their entirety. Only 3,000 copies will be published and it will only be available in German. He also directed a short film, The Tale of a Fairy starring Chanel's usual suspects (Freja, Babtiste, etc.,) as a companion to the cruise collection. The short launches on Chanel.com today. {ELLE and Chanel.com} Fashion Mags Take Home Honors at the National Magazine Awards: Many of Condé Nast's titles were among last night's big winners. GQ won the Ellie award for design while W took one for photography. {WWD, subscription required} Listen to Abbey Lee Kershaw Sing: The model's band, Our Mountain, has debuted their first single, "Wooden Hearts." In addition to vocals, Kershaw also lends her talents to the tambourine. {Modelinia}
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Karl Lagerfeld Is a Busy Man: The Chanel designer just finished his cruise collection and has been hawking Magnum Ice Cream and now, Lagerfeld has made plans to release Nietzsche's writings in their entirety. Only 3,000 copies will be published and it will only be available in German. He also directed a short film, The Tale of a Fairy starring Chanel's usual suspects (Freja, Babtiste, etc.,) as a companion to the cruise collection. The short launches on Chanel.com today. {ELLE and Chanel.com}

Fashion Mags Take Home Honors at the National Magazine Awards: Many of Condé Nast's titles were among last night's big winners. GQ won the Ellie award for design while W took one for photography. {WWD, subscription required}

Listen to Abbey Lee Kershaw Sing: The model's band, Our Mountain, has debuted their first single, "Wooden Hearts." In addition to vocals, Kershaw also lends her talents to the tambourine. {Modelinia}

H&M to Open a Concession: The brand's first concession will open in London's department store Selfridges this August. Its ground floor home will be amidst American Apparel and Topshop's outposts and will showcase select women's wear and accessories. {Telegraph}

Heidi Klum and Seal's Masquerade Themed Vow Renewals: The couple is known for their lavish Halloween costumes, so of course they went all out for their vow renewal ceremony. Klum wore a big poufy dress while Seal opted for a pirate hat. Both wore masks. {The Cut}

Gilt Groupe Is Worth A Lot of Money: $1 billion--a number that has doubled in the past year. {WSJ}

Everyone Wants to See the McQueen Exhibit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art has reported that in less than a week, the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibit has drawn over 43,000 visitors. {DNAinfo}