Karl Lagerfeld’s Macy’s Collection - Sneak Peek

Karl Lagerfeld Capsule Collection Macy's

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What's in store: Sketches of Karl Lagerfeld’s upcoming capsule collaboration for Macy’s

It’s been seven years since Karl Lagerfeld’s much buzzed-about collection for fast fashion chain H&M (where does the time go?), but the Kaiser is ready to try his hand at wallet-friendly fashion once again—this time, for Macy’s.

In the department store’s third designer partnership for its Impulse initiative—the first two were with Kinder Agguguni and Matthew Williamson, respectively—the collaboration-happy Chanel and Fendi mastermind created a line of tops, dresses, jackets, and leggings with plenty of his style signatures, from tweeds to dramatic high collars.

“To me Macy’s is the perfect department store in the U.S. where everybody can find what they’re looking for without ruining their budget,” said Lagerfeld in a release. “That’s why I am happy to make this limited collection just for Macy’s.”

“Karl Lagerfeld is one of the most celebrated designers of our time," said Macy’s chief merchandising officer Jeff Gennette in a statement. “His participation in Macy’s designer capsule initiative marks a very fashionable milestone. A true representation of his iconic style, Karl Lagerfeld’s exclusive collection for Macy’s adds a new dimension of attainable luxury for our customers.”

Karl Lagerfeld for Impluse will be available at 235 Macy’s stores nationwide and beginning August 31, retailing from about $50 to $170. (Run, don't walk!)

In related news, check out Lagerfeld's latest collection on the other end of the price spectrum: Chanel couture.