PARIS — “I hate to see myself, but it’s part of the job,” Karl Lagerfeld said Tuesday night after a screening of the latest documentary about him. “I had an overdose of me.”
But the audience — journalists, Chanel executives and house regulars like Audrey Marnay and Clémence Poésy — couldn’t get enough of “Karl Lagerfeld, Un Roi Seul” (“A Lone King” in English), a 52-minute documentary by Thierry Demaizière and Alban Tuerlai that had the crowd roaring with laughter.
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