According to fashion bible Women's Wear Daily, Chanel's Paris-based head honcho Karl Lagerfeld just scooped up a six bedroom house in Vermont...sight unseen.
Vermont? Whaaat? Who knew Miss Lagerfeld had a thing for milk and maple syrup.
The 1840s landmark building is said to be on an island in Lake Champlain where there are legends and rumors of a Loch Ness monster type of creature called Champ. The wildly eccentric, wickedly smart and fa-bew-lus stitch bitch is quoted from backstage at a recent Chanel fashion show as saying, "I love it. It's very much Emily Dickenson" and that he's planning on shooting some of the upcoming Chanel campaigns on the property.
Sorry puppies, but Your Mama ain't privy to any other deets.