Karl Lagerfeld doesn’t sleep: between his many designing duties (Chanel, Fendi, Lagerfeld) and collaborations (Macy’s Impulse), the man’s also a full-time fashion photographer, makes everything from wine labels to perfumes and has to devote an hour or two a day to hating ugly children. Still, he managed to fire off another collection: this time for online shopping powerhouse Net-A-Porter.

The 70-piece collection will launch late-January and, much like his Macy’s collection, reinterpret the iconic Lagerfeld uniform of starched collars, tailored jackets, fingerless gloves, etc in a palette of (mostly) black. The collection will even feature t-shirts and sweats. Prices range from $50 to $1000.

The collection will debut during the couture shows in Paris on Jan. 25, allowing customers to purchase items as soon as they see them on the runway. That’s the first glimpse above, as worn by one of our current favorite faces, Saskia de Brauw.

(via Mashable, Fashion Life)