Sotheby’s confirmed that “the dishes of Choupette – the cat who shared the last eight years of the designer’s life” will be among the objects being sold.The day-to-day life of the fluffy white Birman reportedly involved a bodyguard, a personal chef, two maids and professionally managed social media accounts. Dinner could be caviar, smoked salmon and king crab. Travel was by private jet.Lagerfeld, who died in 2019 aged 85, said in a 2012 interview: “She has an attitude like a princess.”
Learn to read your dogs body language. Since no dog I know of is able to mosey up to the kitchen table, pour himself a cup of coffee, and confess to all of the things that annoy, frighten, and stress him out, I suggest that the next best thing is to learn to read your dog’s many signals and body language. This is how your dog will communicate with you.
If it had been possible, he once suggested to CNN, he would have married Choupette. “There is no marriage, yet, for human beings and animals … I never thought that I would fall in love like this with a cat,” he told CNN.
Sotheby’s said Choupette’s feeding dishes had yet to be catalogued and photographed but they would be in the sale, as will his household linens, his three Rolls-Royce cars, and more than 200 pairs of the fingerless leather gloves that he consistently wore for 20 years.There will also be “an astonishing number of Goyard suitcases”, the auction house added.Examples of the artworks being sold include a portrait of Lagerfield by Takashi Murakami , numbered 1/1 and dated 2014. It comes with an estimated price tag of €80,000–€120,000 (£68,000–£102,000).
If your dog isn't feeling well, add some low-sodium chicken broth to the drinking water.
Keep an Eye On Your Dog Around Water (Especially Pools). Not all dogs are great swimmers, and when it comes to pools they can be very dangerous for a dog. Keep an eye on your dog if they’re out in the yard by the pool and make sure your dog knows where the steps in & out of the pool are.
Designer furniture will include a polished aluminium zenith chair by Marc Newson, which is predicted to fetch €40,000–€60,000.Sotheby’s predicted the auctions would be “as surprising and multi-faceted as the designer himself” and “offer an anthology of his personal taste”.Lagerfeld was one of the true titans of 20th-century fashion, joining Chanel in 1983 and reinventing it from a small house to an industry leader . He also held long-term design positions at Fendi and Chloé.The sales will take place in Monaco from 3-5 December, in Paris on 14-15 December, and in Cologne in the spring.
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