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Karl on eReaders

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Karl Lagerfeld won't be using an eReader any time soon. He balks at the idea of getting his news from digital sources. "The world could collapse and I would still keep reading the papers,” Lagerfeld told WWD. Every morning he reads English, French, and German papers. "Naturally, each language throws a different light on the world." [WWD]