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Karl Lagerfeld Tells Hilary Alexander He Doesn't Want to Come off as Too Intellectual; Also, Possibly Suffers from Low Self-Esteem

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"I'm never pleased anyway, with myself," says Karl Lagerfeld in this video interview with Hilary Alexander of the Daily Telegraph. "I always think I'm lazy, I could do better."

Click through to watch the full video interview.
· Karl Lagerfeld: 'I don't want an intellectual image, I'm a fashion person' [Telegraph]