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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by ignitioned32, May 1, 2004.
From British Vogue
Does anybody predict he will be OVAH(!)in a couple seasons to come? I think so. Tailor? HA!! Of what I have seen so far,he's an awful cutter.
Oh for f**ks sake will he stop!!!! I hardly see any women wearing his clothes.....does he really think men will wanna wear his crap (I know I don't)
I admire his women's dreses, though I will afree the lad is overhyped. He could well turn into another Misrahi--some talent, but his ego got away from him.
Teaming up with P.PuffDiddySeanJohnPuffyDaddyCombs isn't a top way to buy credibility, however. Everyone knew the SeanJohn line was just Combs scraping the bottom of the barrel for a little more money. Even Hilfiger is better than SeanJohn, and Hilfiger makes my head explode. What is so damn wrong with FuBu if you must...?
it's funny because zac is now riding the publicity train...there are ways that sean john could invest in his line without it getting this much press.
in the next five years, i see zac posen becoming another marc jacobs...he's got age, money, and celebrity on his side.
Sean John and Zac Posen connection is not great, i'd have to say! but don't fault Zac for wanting to design menswear, i mean which designer these days doesn't want to expand his/her business!
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i don't like him and never did and will.
If only he also had talent.
If only he also had talent. [/b][/quote]
I think his talent is right up there with Marc and Isaac
He won't be meeting me, that's for sure
Man, you guys are tough on the guy.
i personally think hes talented only that the famem seems to get to his head and probably affect his talent!
LOL... I used to have a friend who was in design school who said that Zac Posen was "A faggy queen who's father helped him to the top."
By the way, why does it seem like everyone wants him to go away?
it might be his ugly designs, but what do I know...
I think he's pretty talented but don't know if he has the staying power and talent to eventually reach Marc Jacobs status.