A Karl Lagerfeld Exhibition Will (Maybe, Probably) Happen At The Met

Andrew Bolton, the Wendy Yu Curator in Charge of the Costume Institute, is gearing up for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York\'s future exhibitions, and one designer in particular is reportedly in the lead for a retrospective in 2022.On Thursday, WWD reported Karl Lagerfeld could be the focus of such an exhibition. Given Lagerfeld\'s almost seven-decade career that touched fashion, interior design, photography, and more, the Costume Institute would not have a shortage of material to choose from for the exhibition. That, and Chanel was the subject of a major exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2005.Best known for his signature outfit of a black suit, high collars, dark sunglasses and a white slicked back ponytail, Lagerfeld was consistently outspoken — sharing his wit and singular opinions in many memorable interviews over the years.In February, Lagerfeld died in Paris at the age of 85. The revered designer was a rare industry mainstay — serving as Chanel\'s creative