Karl Lagerfeld is the focus of a new book that copies the style of the popular Where's Waldo? series, Vogue reports.
Where's Karl? sets Lagerfeld in prime destinations that will be immediately recognizable to fans of the industry. The Chanel designer and his iconic silver pony tail and suit are hidden among the crowds at New York City's Met Gala, the Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, or the Chanel Fashion Show at the Grand Palais in Paris.
The creators, Stacey Caldwell and Ajiri Aki who both work in the fashion industry, along with illustrator Michelle Baron, said they were inspired to create the book after spotting Lagerfeld in Paris and seeing the excitement on the faces of passerby. "They would act like they were the only ones lucky enough to spot him, and then two minutes later someone else would do the exact same thing," Caldwell tells Vogue.
The book even includes extra Easter eggs to look out for; designers like Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy, Céline's Phoebe Philo, and the Olsen twins are also illustrated into the book. "That’s the real fun—you think you’re looking for Karl,” Caldwell says, "but you’re recognizing all these fashion people along the way."
The book is available for pre-order at its publisher's website now, and will release on Sept. 15.