Lagerfeld backs French gay marriage with Chanel catwalk finale

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld sent two models dressed as brides alongside his tiny godson down the catwalk on Tuesday in a public show of support for French government plans to legalize same-sex marriage and adoption.

The models and Lagerfeld’s four-year-old godson took the final bow at the German designer’s Chanel haute couture show before Lagerfeld gave voice to his opinions on the subject in an interview with Reuters after the show.

“I do not understand why people who live together cannot have the same security as those bourgeois who are married,” said one of the fashion world’s most successful designers, who is also renowned for his controversial comments .Read more
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