Choupette's life, aka "Marshmallow Blues Daphne", is a novel. Adopted by Karl Lagerfeld in 2011, while originally owned and presumably by Baptiste Giabiconi, the "sacred Burmese" cat took the train to the Kaiser. "You know, she has two maids in her service, and the driver is also paying attention to her," said Lagerfeld in an interview with Harper's Bazaar. "She behaves like a princess ... She does not like to eat on the floor, so I have to serve her food on the table, her plates are signed by Goyard, she has one for the water, one for her croquettes and one last for the mash. "
It will take all the love and not only of a new master to keep Choupette on course. Baptiste Giabiconi, maybe, or even Brad Kroenig and his son, Hudson? Obviously, the designer has planned savings for the use of the designated owner of his cat-muse: "If something happens to me, the person who will take care of it will not be in misery." , he had said on "The Divan" of Marc-Olivier Fogiel in 2015. Recall that Choupette could not legally be "lying" on the will of Karl Lagerfeld. Animals, under French law, have no legal capacity.