A tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

He was considered a god among men in the fashion world. Tributes are flooding in for Karl Lagerfeld, who has died in Paris. He was the creative director of the giant French fashion brand Chanel for more than three decades. Regarded as one of the most important fashion visionaries of the 20th and 21st centuries, he was known for his dark sunglasses and black suit and his hair pulled back in a ponytail. Eve Jackson and fashion critic Liza Foreman look back at Lagerfeld's legacy.