Fendi IPod Bag And Why Does Karl Lagerfeld Own 40 IPods?

Posted: May 14 2004, 12:10am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:32pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Fendi iPod Bag and why does Karl Lagerfeld own 40 iPods?
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Wired has an article about the Fendi iPod bag recently shown on a Milano fashion runway.

The Fendi iPod bag can carry up to 12 iPods. It is already not clear to me who would own 12 iPods. Even more mind boggling is that apparently Karl Lagerfeld, who designed this iPod bag, actually now has 40 iPods. The article goes on explaining that Lagerfeld converted his 60,000 CD collection onto the 40 iPods, which are scattered around the globe in his various residences.
Ok if you own 60,000 CDs, i can understand to have more than one iPod.

Karl Lagerfeld designed several more iPod accessories for Fendi, that will hit the stores later this year.

Gucci also offers a small iPod bag.

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