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“I don’t notice girls anymore in the majority who are sickly-looking. Even if they’re tall and thin now, they look healthier to me.”
Baby Natalie Portman, to be precise.
Yes, just in case you find that your ritual eyebrow plucking is a little humdrum, Mizrahi is partnering with the Tweezerman company to make a line that will add some flair to standing in front of a mirror.
Isaac Mizrahi is one of the fashion industry’s many big theatrical personalities, and this month, the designer is putting this flair for the dramatic on stage in New York City.
Our enthusiasm for Fashion’s Night Out pretty much went out the window the third time someone nearly knocked us over last year trying to elbow their way to the in-store bar, but we realize there are those of you with higher crowd thresholds and a greater will to meet Kim Kardashian, so for you we’ve got some details for September 6th!
Isaac Mizrahi and Derek Blasberg hosted a screening of Sweet Charity in New York last night to benefit non-profit organization The Good Shepherd. Guests like Patricia Field, Waris Ahluwalia, Amy Sacco, and more attended the screening, but Field apparently did not enjoy the event.
It’s Memorial Day weekend, which means the dog days of summer are almost upon us! Let’s ring in the season with some very fashionable pooches.
Isaac Mizrahi announced some big news on Wednesday’s Wendy Williams show: he got married!
Project Runway’s new cast has us starstruck! Lifetime announced the new contestants (and completely new judges panel) for Project Runway All Stars today. Here’s your first look into what’s bound to be a delightfully dramatic and tear-filled season.
The wedding dress market keeps getting more and more saturated, which means brides-to-be have tons of options when it comes to picking a gown. In recent months we’ve seen Costco and Urban Outfitters launch bridal lines, and Vera Wang team up with David’s Bridal. Now Isaac Mizrahi is getting in on the action, debuting an online-only collection for The Aisle.
This wasn’t just any week, this was our birthday week! Happy birthday to us! To celebrate, we bring you an all-important recap of the (birthday!) week that was featuring John Galliano, Kate Middleton, Tyra Banks and more. Yay birthday!
We didn’t find out who’s going to win The Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection when we had lunch with its finalists Calvin Tran, Dominique Pearl David and Jeffrey Williams yesterday, but we did learn a lot about the designers and what we’ll be seeing on the season finale tonight.
It turns out this season’s coolest fashion collaboration isn’t something you can wear — it’s Sean Combs‘ new album Last Train To Paris. Why? Its tracks feature nods of approval from people like Anna Wintour, Andre Leon Talley and Marc Jacobs. Somewhere in the world, Kanye West is self flagellating right now.
Manhattan real estate has been known to drive people mad, as the search for that elusive perfect apartment can take a lifetime. It helps when you have plenty of cash to spare, but even then it’s a horribly miserable process. Take Isaac Mizrahi. The super-successful designer found his dream home years ago, but was only able to snatch it up this fall.
Have you ever heard of TED? Officially, TED is a “small nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.” Unofficially, TED is simply the coolest. Its website features videos of over 700 TEDTalks (presentations by amazing people that max out at 18 minutes), making it a virtual treasure trove of awesome. While the D in TED stands for design, there is a definite lack of fashion people who have given talks. One designer who decided to take part? Isaac Mizrahi.
As well as most designers know their way around a sewing machine, they also know their way around a delicious bon mot. But while some designers are known for their out-there observations (ahem, Karl Lagerfeld), some have managed to fly a little more under-the-radar. So if you’re curious to know what Michael Kors thinks about the color green, or the one thing Christian Louboutin would change about the world, take a gander at our gallery.
Last month, we heard rumors that Bravo was replacing Kelly Rowland as the host of its ailing “Project Runway” replacement, “The Fashion Show.” Initial reports pointed to Brazilian stunner and Victoria’s Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio, but the real replacement has blown even our wildest expectations out of the water.
It used to be that fashion designers only came out to play twice a year — and we were left to wonder it was they did for the other 50 weeks — but times have definitely changed. With the collections in the rear view mirror, the fashion pack has packed their bags and hit the road to do some honest door-to-door selling. First stop: Jersey!