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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Lena, Apr 8, 2004.
a quite hillarious little piece from wwd, in which Mizrahi sounds bitter-ish and a bit clueless too
Indeed, Mizrahi sounds bitter-ish but nonetheless clueless, too.
I admit to having a soft spot for Mizrahi.
i certainly dont mind him when he's not making a fool out of himself
I hear you Lena!
As far as I can remember, he's always been a cocky little baggage. I don't see this wisecracking as being anything particularly out of character.
That said, I used to really like the evening wear he used to design, and some of his stuff for Target (my fave discount store anyway) is pretty cute, though I have not bought any of it, myself.
He's not as vile as Karl Lagerfeldt, but he is still pretty obnoxious. A little bit of bile goes a long, long way.
Puuuhhllleease, Mizrahi belongs in Target. He never had talent, he only got anywhere because Karla loved him, if you know what I mean. My prediction, in 5 years - Jacobs for Walmart!!!
j'adore the Mizrahi - Karla connection, as for him 'belonging' to target
Mizrahi should pick better subjects for his wisecracking. Christopher Bailey's got talent up the wazoo, talent that doesn't even exist in the nether regions of Mizrahi's wildest imagination....
I mean, one's revitalizing Burberry, the other's settled for designing for Target. Now who exactly has more right to do the wisecracking now?
with you orochian
the recent burberry collection is adorable and so VERY well styled
I kind of feel sorry for him though, I believe he's an incredible talent at the wrong house. Burberry has got branding problems that even a beautifully designed Prorsum collection can't solve.
That's precisely why Roberto Menichetti walked out before Bailey took over, though he was doing some wonderful things for the house, and was actually the one who spearheaded its recent transformation.
isaac mizrahi has got a LOT of personal baggage and issues...about his weight, hair, talent, etc...he so desperately wants to be a star...i find it very unpleasant to watch or hear about....
he's like a charicature of a bitchy gay fashion designer...
he's like an annoying jewish princess...oy...
WHAT happens when members of New York's fashion scene get together for a discussion on next season's trends and are mediated by a flamboyant designer? All hell breaks loose. Case in point: last week's panel discussion about next autumn's runway trends, which included Bergdorf Goodman's Robert Burke, Neiman Marcus' Sandra Wilson, Linda Dresner and Cathy Horyn and was presided over by Isaac Mizrahi. Organised by The Fashion Group Foundation and entitled New York, London, Milan & Paris Collections 2004/05, the discussion turned ugly when talk turned to the flamboyance at Alexander McQueen and John Galliano for Christian Dior. Mizrahi said: "Is there a club scene I’m missing? Because I don’t see that kind of hair and makeup anywhere." And when Horyn reviewed Christopher Bailey's catwalk offerings, Mizrahi asked, "Who's that?"
this is from UK vogue
Haha, there can be a lot of discrepancies when discussing something as creative as fashion, but I guess people should learn not to launch personal attacks and hold grudges. It would be soooo boring if everyone's idea of fashion was the same!
He's stupid and annoying.
It is my impression that Mizhari views himself as a misunderstood genius (and maybe he is...). It looks like he's only nice to his dog...
I don't even think he's particularly talented...
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