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One of Karl Lagerfeld's assistants has dished up some strange info about the designer's eating habits to Page Six Magazine. "'He requested seven loaves of Pennsylvania Wheat Bread and a tub of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter to be brought directly from New York to the set [in Vermont],' the underling says. 'My only job was bringing him the bread and the fake butter. Karl paid me $500 to do it, plus he paid off my $200 speeding ticket.'" [Page Six Mag via The Transom]