Unzipped ............an UNCENSORED documentary exploring this man's creative process and influences/ offers a fairly interesting perspective of fashion and couture as well as entertaining :p antics.....the following articles protain................ The Advocate
Author/s: Brendan Lemon
Issue: Nov 24, 1998
Some of Mizrahi's greatest achievements, however, went little mentioned by postmortem analysts: his designs for the stage. For his amigo-around-town, choreographer Mark Morris, he has created bright, fanciful work. Mizrahi's costumes for Morris's June staging of the Rameau opera Platee were, to use the overworked fashion term, "genius," and Mizrahi will be designing for Morris again on two upcoming projects, including a work commissioned by the San Francisco Ballet.
"I go to rehearsal and I think, `How are they ever going to wear anything?'" Mizrahi says. "The partnering and all is so violent. They're on their knees one second and they're spinning. They do penche arabesque and every seam just rips in my head.".￼ more... An Interview with Isaac Mizrahi
By Jayne Margetts
DIRECTOR Douglas Keeve and the flamboyant and dramatic "Whiz Kid, Wonder Boy and Seventh Avenue's Darling" fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi share much more than a love hate, personal and professional relationship. The Odd Couple of the fashion world who oscillate between frenetic pure admiration and scathing criticism of each other have captured the heart of not only the glossy fashion world but also the cinematic domain with the soon-to-be released intimate and revelationary documentary Unzipped. more...
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