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The Narcissus is the groundbreaking result of a unique collaboration. Conceived by Karl Lagerfeld in Paris and built by Döttling in Sindelfingen, it breaks through both technical and aesthetic limits.

A puristic room installation at first glance, the safe only reveals its capabilities when it identifies and is activated by its owner. Then two handcrafted interior cabinets containing watch winders and jewelry drawers emerge from its steel body, which weighs 800 kilos and is sheathed in high-gloss, chrome-plated aluminum. Fully automatically, as if controlled by an invisible hand.

This highly innovative safe is also a very personal statement by a public figure who has made, and continues to make, history in the worlds of fashion and photography. Probably the most modern and expensive “coffre-fort” in the world will be irrevocably limited to a small production run of 30 specimens.