Karl Lagerfeld has just stepped into new territory and he's made some women very happy in the process! This fall Lagerfeld will be adding engagement rings to his already impressive list of collections.
Karl Lagerfeld is famously the head designer for Chanel and Fendi and his list of designs are certainly extensive designing everything from shoes, clothes, handbags as well as a range of accessories and even a Diet coke can, however he had yet to create that all important diamond ring, until now.
Having such an extensive range of designs under his belt, including the wedding dress range for Chanel, you would think that creating a line of engagement rings would be a walk in the park, however Lagerfeld has said that it was, "Kind of a challenge.”
Lagerfeld has partnered up for a licensing agreement with Fredrick Goldman fine jewelry. Frederick Goldman, Inc. were founded in 1948, and operate and manufacture in North America and are based in New York. They specialize in bridal jewelry, and diamond and gemstone fashion jewelry for women.
The collection is catered for a millennial crowd and will range from $1,000-$10,000. The collection all come in 18-karat yellow and white gold and for those with a larger budget can even get their chosen design in platinum. Lagerfeld has started the collection with just three designs all of which are very classic. One of the designs is even inspired by the curves and arches of the beautiful Parisian architecture.
Speaking of the collection Lagerfeld says, "The rings had to express something that concerns the heart and real feelings,” Continuing, “It has to be a symbol and a sign of a real wish of engagement. It has to be elegant but not bling-bling.”
I believe Lagerfeld has achieved his goal! See the first released images of the collection below: