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Where are those chips? The documentary opens with Mizrahi visiting a newsstand to read his latest show review in WWD Magazine , which already feels primitive in comparison to the siege of show reviews now readily and instantly available online.
Major executives with no previous connections to fashion were installed at old family-owned houses, and applied business strategies that shifted the emphasis from creativity to commerce. And boy, do I ever need that. He had a lot to learn if he ever planned to catch and keep a good woman. Hell no! She made me laugh so much - plus she's a writer and basically living the dream! Sandra Bernhard, now considered one of the greatest and most outspoken comedians of her time, provided the poetic theme song for the movie, as well as joining Mizrahi onscreen for a stroll through SoHo.
The process of how we view and absorb fashion has completely transformed since The documentary captures what now feels almost like an innocent time, as we watch camera phone-free audiences, dial-up telephones, paper-and-pen sketches and a collection rife with spaghetti straps, twinsets and candy pop colours. Plus, brings us details of her plans for a television series set in a fashion magazine… Sound familiar? Get 30 days free access to The Telegraph online: www.
Unzipped is a American documentary film directed by Douglas Keeve. It follows fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, Keeve's then boyfriend, as he plans and. Isaac Mizrahi, one of the most successful designers in high fashion, plans his fall collection. He combines inspirations such as the Hollywood Eskimo look, the Mary Tyler Moore show, Isaac Mizrahi, Roseanne Barr, Sandra Bernhard.
This week editor of Stella Magazine, Marianne Jones and acting senior fashion editor, Caroline Leaper join host, Charlie Gowans-Eglinton to talk all things event dressing, from their go-to brands and how to navigate tricky dress codes to the perils of control pants and the dreaded bridesmaid dress Plus, Fenwick's millinery expert, Mr Tony shares his tips and tricks for first-time hat wearers and explains the 'turban mentality' Up for discussion: why it's not frivolous for politicians to be interested in their appearance, how fashion choices can bolster leadership bids and the politics of wearing pink.
She talks to The Telegraph's Charlie Gowans-Eglinton about what's off-limits, monitoring screen time for her kids, and the realities of life as an influencer.
Plus she reveals her favourite British food, shop, and TV show - and they're not what you might expect from a fashionista. Subscribe and give us a five star review on Apple Podcasts - and let us know what you think at unzipped telegraph. For the last of our fashion week specials, host Charlie Gowans-Eglinton is joined by the Telegraph's head of fashion, Lisa Armstrong and acting senior fashion editor, Caroline Leaper.