A closer look at Choupette Lagerfeld's new beauty collaboration 'Shupette'

by hellofashion.com /

Shu Uemura's highly-anticipated collaboration with Chanel maestro Karl Lagerfeld's famous cat Choupette has gone on sale.

Fashionistas around the globe were excited when the beauty giant revealed it would be creating 'Shupette', a collection of beauty products in collaboration with the famous feline.


Described as 'Glamourpuss luxury', the brand-new beauty range features eye shadows, glitter powder, false eyelashes adorned with pink feathers and crystals, and a luxurious cleansing oil.

The line's unique packaging features a drawing of snow-white Choupette, created by Karl himself.

This isn't the only capsule collection that 'the most famous cat in the world' has inspired – earlier this year Karl revealed that he would release a series of accessories and clothes with tongue-in-cheek designs of Choupette, for his eponymous line.

The Monster Choupette collection features a cartoon version of his stylish pet, baring her teeth and seemingly throwing a diva-style strop, printed on a series of T-shirts, sweaters, bags, purses and shoes.


Karl Lagerfeld used Choupette as inspiration for a capsule collection for his eponymous brand

The designer has also revealed he will be releasing a book dedicated to his white Burmese, who has over 29,000 followers on the Instagram account in her name, called Choupette: The Enchanted Life of a Fashion Cat.

With supermodels Laetitia Casta and Linda Evangelista posing with Choupette for the images shot by Karl himself, the light-hearted books gives fashionistas a glimpse into his cat's pampered world, which includes her own made-to-measure Louis Vuitton luggage, silver dinner vowls and her own bodyguard.

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