Karl Lagerfeld Buys A House in Vermont

Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld has purchased himself a six-bedroom house, a 1840 landmark building on an island in Lake Champlain, Vermont.

Lagerfeld has never actually seen the property in person, but he adores the photos.

“I love it. It’s very much Emily Dickinson,” Lagerfeld said backstage at Chanel, describing a landscape not unlike the North of Europe, from which he hails. The designer is already plotting a d├ęcor worthy of a Vilhelm Hammershoi painting – and perfect for a fashion campaign. “I’ll start doing the Chanel campaigns there,” he said. (WWD)

A Tour of the Historic Lake Champlain Islands

The Lake Champlain Islands of Vermont
Located on what Vermonters commonly refer to as "Vermont's West Coast", the Lake Champlain Islands are part of a land chain which includes the Alburg Peninsula and the islands of the Isle la Motte, North Hero and Grand Isle [including the towns of South Hero and Grand Isle]. The islands can be accessed by car [Via Route 2 - Area Map], or by one of the Lake Champlain Ferries which commute numerous times daily between Vermont and New York state.

Lake Champlain Islands Area Map
Here are my photos since I live 15-20 minutes away from the Lake Champlain Islands.








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