Karl Lagerfeld Gets Cartoon-ified, President Obama Gets a Mulberry Bag, and More!

(Je Veux Les Lunettes de Karl)

To hype Karl Lagerfeld's new eyewear line, the brand has put out a video game starring a cartoon-ified version of the designer. The goal is to steal Karl's sunglasses off of his head (spoiler alert: it's impossible!) while he insults you in French. Oh! And when you lose, you’re told that “Karl has no more time for you.” [Je Veux Les Lunettes de Karl]

During the the G8 Summit in Ireland earlier this week, Mulberry gifted President Obama with a $2,000 monogrammed satchel. Vladimir Putin got one, too. Twinsies! [Refinery29]

Uh oh. Balenciaga's parent company Kering is suing the house's former creative director Nicolas Ghesquière for his not-so-nice remarks about his former employer in System this past April. [WWD]

Mara Hoffman launched six cases for the iPhone five today, showcasing prints from her resort collection. We're partial to the sarcophagus. [Nylon]
(Mara Hoffman)

Urban Outfitters has been forced to discontinue its line of prescription drug-themed products. [CNN]

"It is more expensive to make shoes now, and it's for a very boring reason," Christian Louboutin told the New York Times. "Now, there is a gap of raw materials and leather, which puts the prices up very high." This is why his prices have doubled within the past five years. [NYT]
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