Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto is ensuring Karl Lagerfeld’s legacy lives on.

Leto, 50, can be donning the late designer’s signature blacked-out shades in an upcoming biopic.

“I really feel like this can be a full-circle second and Karl could be happy with what we’re doing,” Leto instructed Ladies’s Put on Every day of the late German designer, who died in 2019 aged 85.

He teased that it’s going to seize key relationships in Karl Lagerfeld’s life, instructed by way of an unpredictable lens, very like the person himself,” although he remained tight-lipped on main elements of the upcoming movie.

“My position is to painting him on display as truthfully as potential,” Leto added.

In an effort to honor Lagerfeld’s legacy by way of the lens, Leto, who is about to provide the movie along with his accomplice Emma Ludbrook, appointed three of the late designer’s closest and most trusted enterprise companions as govt producers of the movie.

These embody CEO of Karl Lagerfeld Pier Paolo Righi, senior vice chairman of Lagerfeld’s picture and communications Caroline Lebar, and the late Chanel artistic director’s private assistant Sébastien Jondeau.

“We’re excited to share that we’ll co-create a movie about Karl Lagerfeld, celebrating his life and legacy, along with Academy Award-winning actor @JaredLeto,” the official Karl Lagerfeld Twitter account stated.

Whereas it might be a frightening thought having to painting some of the notable faces of trend on the silver display, Leto has in depth expertise in that space.

The German fashion designer died in 2019 aged 85.
The German designer died in 2019 aged 85.
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The Golden Globe winner famously portrayed Paolo Gucci within the 2021 drama “Home of Gucci.”

The information comes simply days after the 2023 Met Gala theme was revealed to be “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Magnificence” set to happen on Might 1.

However the theme didn’t sit effectively with “The Good Place” star Jameela Jamil, who shared some alternative phrases about Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour’s choice.

The Met wrote in a press launch that the occasion will include about 150 designs that “discover the creative methodology and stylistic vocabulary of Karl Lagerfeld’s designs by way of recurring themes throughout greater than 65 years, from the Nineteen Fifties to his ultimate assortment in 2019.”

The bash will convey collectively wealth, trend, A-list stars, viral moments, and designers for one night time solely in 2023.