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Edited by on August 7 2012 at 8:48 AM

The world’s most famous cat might as well be Miss Choupette Lagerfeld, pet of Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld. Until now, we have only seen a few photos of the iPad using kitty with two maids, but now courtesy of i-D Magazine we now have a full 10 page spread of never before seen pictures of the fancy little fur ball. 

Choupette Lagerfeld’s hobbies include: Sleeping, hiding, running and jumping like mad around the house, but according to i-D Magazine Choupette is calmest around the fashion patriarch Karl Lagerfeld. When we first heard of Choupette and her life that was more fabulous than ours, we found it hard to believe that a little kitten could warm the heart of the coldest man in fashion. But after seeing these 10 unreleased pictures of Choupette, her baby blue eyes have us purring. The spread with i-D is the kitten’s first official appearance in a print, but it is reported that the fabulous feline will soon be starring in a spread in V Magazine. 

The spread features images of Choupette hiding out in a Colette bag, lounging on lace, and pictured in sketches done by the King Karl himself. The famous kitty is already influencing the designer’s creative aspect directly as Mr. Lagerfeld has designed an entire collection based on the pale blue color of Choupette’s eyes. For good reason, we can see why Karl is inspired by Choupette’s white ball of fluff. The photos below are definitely fulfilling our cuteness quota for the day and we can only anticipate more kitty-inspired fashion from Lagerfelds in the future.

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Story by Emily Draznik

Chicago transplant and aspiring gay icon. I hold the belief that puns are the highest form of humor and love writing about fashion and everything in between.

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