First Photo of Lagerfeld's New House in Vermont
As you know we've been following the story of flamboyant Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld's purchase of a historic house in Vermont's Lake Champlain Islands. Now Vermont independent paper 7 Days has come up with the first photo of the house, above. The 3,800 sq. ft. spread consists of a Greek Revival-style brick house dating to 1850 with a newer addition. "Amenities include a small apple orchard, a couple of pear trees, a paneled library and an awesome view of the lake," 7 Days reports, noting Lagerfeld paid just over $500,000 for it. They also note that the house, which is "sizable though far from opulent" is basically right on the highway. Last week Lagerfeld staged a Chanel photo shoot there, as we reported he would, with a crew of 40.