Berlin, July 22 : Designer Karl Lagerfeld is reportedly set to launch a new range of candles, which will be distributed across Europe, US and the Middle East.
The 79-year-old, who is also the creative director at French fashion house Chanel, has reportedly signed an agreement with Welton London (scents, candles making company) to create, produce and distribute a range of candles.
The first three candles will be advertised in October, reports femalefirst. co. uk.
Berlin, July 4 - Nearly 50 Spanish companies will present their creations for the spring/summer season at Berlin Fashion Week.
Coolway, Desigual, Pepe Jeans London and Ginger+Soul are among the Spanish firms taking part in the fashion event.
The Premium fair, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year as a gathering place for specialized creations, will showcase more than 900 companies from around the world, including 21 from Spain, at Berlin's Gleisdreieck station.
Berlin, May 21 - Veteran singer-songwriter Ray Manzarek died Monday night at his home in Rosenheim, Germany. He was suffering from cancer. He was 74.
"He had been fighting bile duct cancer," thesun. co. uk quoted Manzarek's publicist as saying.
Born in Chicago in 1939, Manzarek was the keyboardist with the legendary rock band band The Doors (1965) co-founded by Manzarek and Jim Morrison in Los Angeles.
The band, which also included drummer John Densmore and guitarist Robby Krieger, sold more than 100 million records worldwide.
Berlin, April 24 - Agnetha Faltskog, a member of legendary Swedish pop group ABBA, said in an interview published by the German press that she had not ruled out the possibility of reuniting the band's members for a concert.
"Perhaps a charity concert? I, at least, would not rule it out," the singer told Zeitgamazin, the magazine of the weekly Die Zeit.
Faltskog is promoting her new solo album, "A", whose title was inspired by the fact that she was "one of the 'As' in ABBA".
The singer said she enjoyed listening to old ABBA hits, such as "The Winner Takes It All".
Lena Meyer-Landrut posing before the beginning of the ECHO Music Prize award ceremony on the red carpetBy Reena Kidwai | 13/04/2013 | in
The wife of the former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, the French singer Carla Bruni and the US American singer Lana Del Rey posing before the beginning of the ECHO Music Prize award ceremony in Berlin, Germany, 21 March 2013. The German Phono-Academy awards this year for the 22nd time the ECHO in different categories. (Photo: Timur Emek/dapd)
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