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Zac Posen Spring 2009 New York Fashion Week – Final Exit on Vimeo. Check out the turkey flounce dress at the end!

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Stylista – now this is a reality show that fuels the fantasies of all budding fashion editors, fashion assistants, and style magazine wannabes. Should be really, really fun!

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Here’s some earlier press – not flattering, but at least it generates some kind of response in people. I think the show will be popular.

So the Glaminator is busy transforming the latest class of models to enter Tyra’s Top Model Insititute. Is the Glaminator doing a good job? Judging by the very glamorous Isis Tsunami, I’d say yes.

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Young, feminine, flirty, and very Gossip Girl!

Zac was back with his Spring 2009 collection that showed his range, versatility, and top-notch tailoring. He mixed couture gowns with bathing suits, cocktail dresses with pant suits. Some silhouettes were sheer and very body hugging, while layered fabric on some pieces created a beautiful doll-like effect. They were gorgeous – perhaps some of my favorite pieces of the collection. I liked how the designer switched between the form-fitting silhouettes and the forthy, layered look. He certainly has a lot of imagination. I loved the pieces in the collection that channeled Alice in Wonderland meets Gossip Girl. It just had this feminine whimsy to it. I loved the costume turkey dress at the end, with its huge pink, white, and black flounce. It added the right tone of fun, drama, and panache to the collection.

I also enjoyed the live interview that Zac gave to the very charming Andrew Leon Talley on the runway after the show. It gave us insights into the mind of this wunderkind. Can’t wait to attend his next show.

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