Karl Lagerfeld has depicted Angela Merkel in a Hitler society.
For the monthly application of the German political daily the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Karl Lagerfeld didn’t just make a comment, and drew a very unusual caricature of Angela Merkel. Creative Director of fashion house Chanel portrayed as Merkel shuts his mouth with his hands and asks: “What have I done?”. This figure shows the dissatisfaction of the designer that the Chancellor is very loyal to immigrants, which national right-wing party took 13% of the seats in Parliament. 2015 Merkel admitted in Germany more than a million refugees for the first time in 50 years.
Back Angels Carl drew Ghost of Adolf Hitler, who thanked Merkel for what his followers in Parliament have also been designated.
Karl Lagerfeld, who grew up during the reign of the Nazi party in Germany, commented:
“I am outraged! I was hoping that in my life this will never happen. I am ashamed of Germany.”
The newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung has the largest circulation in Germany and leads the list of German Newspapers, which are sold in other countries.2013 Carl regularly draws politicians for monthly Supplement to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
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