Chic Clicks: Karl Lagerfeld Clarifies His Adele Put-Down; Plus, Megan Draper's Evolving Style

06/03/2013 at 03:00 PM ET

Karl Lagerfeld, AdeleStefania D’Alessandro/Getty; Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

–In a clip for CNN’s upcoming installment of Fashion: Backstage Pass, Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld defends his weight comments about Adele, explaining he used the word “roundish” to describe the singer (we don’t think that counts as an apology…) [Stylite]

–Watch the latest teaser for Alber Elbaz’s collection of mascaras for Lancôme (landing June 15th!) [YouTube]

–From secretary chic to a soap opera sexy, Megan Draper’s Mad Men style ignites just as much buzz as Don’s latest affair. Catch costume designer Janie Bryant’s take on the character’s season 6 looks [The Daily Beast]

–Spanish retailer Mango (with brand ambassadors including Miranda Kerr, Kate Moss and Scarlett Johansson) has announced it will launch a plus size fashion line in 2014 [Racked]

–Oscar de la Renta and Hilary Clinton will leave tonight’s CFDAs early for another high-profile event: Henry Kissinger’s 90th birthday soiree! [WWD]

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Tone on

Bitter old QUEEN he is!

koala on

Karl Lagerfeld has no room to talk about anyone……has he even looked in the mirror lately? Adele is beautiful and an excellent performer and he’s just plain rude!

Lyssa on

Karl Lagerfeld really doesn’t need to be saying anything about Adele, but he has a point in that Adele, while a fantastic singer, is morbidly obese and people shouldn’t emulate her lifestyle. We’ve gone too far over the line in demonizing thin people and tiptoeing around people who are overweight when in truth, neither too thin nor too heavy is a healthy way to live.

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