created a unique tiara with the Swarovski brand for the debutantes of the Vienna Opera Ball. The master continues to create and surprise others despite his very advanced age. The designer is already over eighty, and he still goes for a variety of experiments with joy and enthusiasm. The source of inspiration for creativity this time was the famous waltz by Johann Strauss “The Blue Danube”. Traditionally, this piece of music opens the Vienna Ball every time.
The tiara is made of 394 Swarovski crystals and complemented by five pearls, and its “sapphire ribbon”, according to Lagerfeld, is associated with the slow waters of the blue Danube.
Pier Paolo Righi, CEO of Karl Lagerfeld, said it was very important for the designer to work in partnership with Swarovski. It is an honor. And only such creative unions give rise to masterpieces of elegance and high craftsmanship.