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"zac posen" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Athletes, all celebrating the return of the fashion industry's Party of the year. The Met gala this year's theme in America, a lexicon of fashion. Pop star Billie Eilish ditching her usual green hair for a Marilyn Monroe in such lovely Didn't she look gorgeous? She was really working it. It was an Oscar de la Renta gown by the way. Olympian Simone Biles, making her first Met Gala debut in an £88 gown. This was designed by Beckett Fog, uh and peel Trick pansy AC again, gorgeous. What was the theme? America, Uh, a lexicon of fashion. Remember Met gala is all about going over the drop This is you know, a costume institute. There's still like a baseline and I just didn't some people choose to go a little more understated and some choose to kind of go all out. She's one who kind of went a little bit more all out. I love it, she says. She said about the dress is definitely heavy, but I feel beautiful, strong and empowered. Amen. Yeah. Debbie Harry of Blondie was there She stayed true to this years old American theme. This is a custom red, white blue and som ble by Zac Posen. And a little nausea. X Look at this didn't disappoint on the red carpet gold suit of armor was just one of three of his extravagant looks designed by Huda Musa, by the way that look You can either go C Threepio, which I'm not. I'm actually going the movie Excalibur from back in the day, if you know if you know, you know, Okay, So we're gonna okay we're going to. I was going to say there was a lot of like, I could watch them all looks so we're going to have more throughout the morning. That was just like a little taste. But we've got a lot well done all All right. The law and order fans are getting ready for a franchise return next week. Congressman Howard your sexual predator, So guess what happens next? Congressman involved in sex trafficking. Who knows how high this goes? Thursday line order returns with the two part premiere for S Views Historic 23rd season. It's going to be followed by the return of organized crime. NBC Releasing a dramatic teaser yesterday, the new season picks up Where the action packed season 22 finale left off when a congressman is identified as a suspect in the sex for housing case s view premieres September 23rd on NBC, followed by Law and Order. Organized crime at 10 P.m. s X traffic All right. It is 4 25 and coming up before 30, California recall election the final push from candidates vying for votes. Plus where to cast your ballot. If you have not done so already. Also, Jennifer Gold is live, Jennifer. Good morning. I'm live in Montebello this morning. Where? Finally, after a year and a half. Kids are finally going back to class and shore High school. First, it was President Covid. Then it was because of rats. We got details and footage of the extensive cleanup. And discussing footage of the rats running around with early paycheck. You can get.
"zac posen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Thank you sound posen. Thought he was really charming and lovely. I want to ask him if he dress me for when i have a red carpet event. Yeah we'll get one piggies like hurt. Well the biggest. Diva the biggest. Even we take boop anyway. We hope all okay. We hope you. Staying safe hype. Your arm isn't hurting as much as mine. But i don't care how much it's no. It's still hurting fine. I'm kind of price to pay my daughter and just sending love to everybody who is back at work especially the hospitality sector and lots of love to the wonderful volunteers. Nurses who are working the vaccination centers. You know they were all. So i mean i feel like everyone was being respectful to each other but so wonderfully carmelite an enthusiastic and upbeat and it felt really special to witness that and be able to be privileged enough to be able to get it done in new cross and it was just so. Let's pray i actually. I did notice bella. Mckee donated her money to unicef today. And she said. I'm donating the cost of my vaccine because it's around forty five pounds because in the hope that we combat smae the rest of the weather poor countries. Yeah you need after doing a program called vaccinate and you can go to vaccinate dot org. You can go donate and help somebody somewhere.
"zac posen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"That we we all everybody and i are going to be too healthy on this last supper. You've got to start a main occurred or desert but you know put maine's And and drink of choice. I know you're in zone at the moment. Let's just let's just like jutiapa back there. I mean i definitely would start with oysters. That garish as kuma Bring them on any day. Where'd you have them from you. Go do you go to a certain place to have them there. Like a particular setting because i mean my sister took me to the sunset tower. I very much enjoyed my only store. That sunset tower hotel. Oh that's also like situational. In my own garden i would gather i can't lilacs bloom. And maybe like some soft. Some fried like soft. Shell crabs on the side because like crunch my favorite and some good tartar sauce. You know delicious. I mean maybe some pickled herring. I'm all i'm i'm totally fish zone here. Fish plateau. I fish play but also could like. What would i do if i didn't have salami to start with tear put yet cheese cheese. Okay so that's me up on the table. We're going to have different flowers with different courses. Okay yes we can have lilacs on the table. Maybe some sprigs of lily of the valley. There oh gorgeous maybe some spring violets you are the person no doubt. It's because you are an artist s arrive at this. Is you complicate. You've accentuated given the table a moment want really good brian e seaweed wrapped around that ice around those oysters that i can smell and i'd like to and i liked it. Feel that cool from from the algae drinking with the oysters to start. I'll start with a really good salzer. A really good white like just to give some sweetness what he wants for sure okay. So that's like the big star then for like my main course. Wow that's really hard. Call make it small plates back if you need small plates. I love a really good crown. Roasted rack of lamb. There's yum love. And i love it with like shelly. I love it with my mustard. That's like delicious with some really great fried in duck fat potatoes. Fried potatoes not roasted in fat fried. Thank fried and and low fried. And yeah like put it on a sue v and fryatt low till they're real crispy and then i want some fresh herbs very finely chopped sprinkled over that and then i think homemade mayonnaise or hollande's on the side for dipping now with the lamb. Oh that's to go with the potatoes. Yeah i would love artichoke. i love really good artichoke. Yum the heart. So the whole. I like the whole process of eating at getting messy with the hands and pulling it with the tea but it is very beautiful to look at it. Is there a flower. You know it is a theorem in a sense it it is it is mathematical and it is sacred geometry which is always something. I'm drawn to design What else would i have with that as a side main course i mean i love really simple bid lettuce with a really good apple cider. What's a bit. I don't know what bib lettuce kate. I don't know what you'd call a bib. are they little medium size. It's like a lettuce. It like a butter lettuce like a butter the butter lettuce thank you. I love butter lettuce seconds. Softer than bit more velvety. Yeah yeah it is velvety. Exactly she'll teach dressing by the way is that we should know about zac. Posen dress yeah there is i do. I do a teeny bit of mustard high slowly. You know emulsified my olive oil into that and that about a half a cup of olive oil into like a teaspoon of mustard salt pepper two thimbles of apple cider vinegar and a little fresh lemon juice asset. Why apple cider light flavor. And i think it's good i mean. Let's do it with a with a red wine guy. You could do it with any of them. Sherry vinegar good to you can add a little shallot into their. I also will say that. I love leaks and i think that main course. I probably would have like leaks of integrate on the side. Because you having the lamb so it only makes sense. It works right okay. So we've got your main course. Do you deserve dessert. And i don't. I'm trying to think what the dream dream desert as besides ice cream because i mean emperor of ice cream i can just do she. She'll flavor i'm re. I love coffee ice cream. I love pistachio ice cream. I knew you were going to say that i love. I love hazel nut. And i love chocolate. I'm crazy about that ed. Recently i just ordered and had delivered the most delicious liquorice ice cream and it wasn't too licorice. it was. Yeah i've seen that. They have on a master chef. It was really good. And then i would have to say i love chocolate mousse i you. Let's run my feel. Like zach is totally needs. Needs to come round for dinner because this is very much. Mums forte. This meal yet. But not the know. You made such a face with the oysters. What would you start with. Well we've talked about this. A light roast dinners. You're your lamb. It's very far away from a lover could record. Or what are you start with. A soup will choose my mom's chicken soup but but those people stop with like a chicken liver pate maybe a parfait all. Yeah i like. I like my bills. I had them lobby muscles muscles just ordinary. I love muslims. Nice the blocks. You know just kind of wine and shylock's you drink red wine with your main absolutely no question. Good board though. I just decisi really about you'll mail. I'm so jesse. He knows not lying. There's no being aren the best it was like bang bang. I mean listen. I could have also done like a simple. Vj a macho would make me really happy. I know it's like a yellow tail tuneup. can we get. I mean it's less common here. You could get it at like a good sushi spot but it's not like it's everywhere mm-hmm dot com and i mean. I like a good fish and chips. I'm really like as i said like i really you know. I don't know. I said i can go from like eminem ticket. Daiva light carrier. I'm terrified of karaoke. But i certainly do carry in the car. What are you singing along to at the moment when days down a cadillac. If anyone had jay. I'll be like wailing to like i mean. Gosh what have i been listening to you in the car was like singing along on the road To kate bush. Lovely trying to make this crazy. High noises sounding like a banshee. Are paul simon. Like i love. Paul simon yeah and then i can go like american musical song book right. I'll listen to like oklahoma. Yeah we like musicals. I mean that's like what i grew up listening to. Judy garland in the musicals with my parents. Zac posen. thank you very much talking so decisively about food and it's been a pleasure which we could chat for longer we'll have to meet in the flesh and go out for dinner point and thank you and good luck with everything that's going on and i can't wait to do next. Thank you have a wonderful lovely to meet you. Mother and daughter duo nothing better. Wow that posen charting release. 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"zac posen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Palmer that i fell in love with and that's really why came to london. I was like. I thought these people are this is like this is it and it was also the time of john galliano and alexander mcqueen and i was really into that look and vivienne westwood that that's where i was going like. The is no question that that's where i was going at they. They went on this journey with me. I met them in. New york moved to london. Some of the move back to london and they're really helped. My career started. Karen ordered her first dress for me. When i was working for a designer when i was like sixteen years old she's like make me a frock. That's amazing wow when did you meet no me and you made that fantastic readdress. Yes so naomi. While the readdress later but me saw a friend of mine crew she knew wearing address of mine on the eurostar and said i got a. I got to get one of those dresses and i got to meet the person. I'd like to meet the person who made it. And so one day in my basement on mecklenburg square the legs walk down the basement entrances. I'll never forget it with a bag. That's an nc. And i did my first fitting on naomi and she gave me some cash to make my first frocks and i started fitting and making them for on on her and she just knew i mean she really understood and she really believed in me and You know is my greatest champion. And i made her dresses and I think that i just you know she could not have been more generous in nurturing and wonderful. Who is your favorite person to dry. Never say my favorite person to dress k. Who's your worse than you can't. Oh who's the biggest diva he's gonna say any law on the biggest div dressed all the divas. That's the answer to the so many mistake. Miss piggy. I'm the trustful the muppet i dressed. Piggy many times. Oh micah dressed. Piggy for the oscars. Oh my gosh. I dress piggy for the oscars and for a movie piggies might piggy. And i'm trying to think. Barbie barbie was high maintenance on kitty. Kitty had some attitude. This is hysterical. And betty as betty boop. I've done all the icons that's amazing. What's happening like what's happening now because of the class is no more at the moment. The line We're kind of had this opportunity to step back and kind of say. What do i wanna do. And it's an exciting moment. In that sense where i can really have some perspective in look at fashion in a different way and see how i wanna play in it and also be able to work on other projects that i've been wanting to do for a long time. Maybe work on a nother cookbook Potentially working on cooking and gardening show for the tally or for the for the computer. When did gardening stop becoming. a love. affair has been mad about it or was it a lockdown situation. No i've been mad about it for a long time. My mom for some crazy reason for good reason thought that we should try gardening on our roof in soho in little boxes and we planted everything in kind of trial by error. What worked what didn't work and i'll tell you. Tomatoes on a ruth have very like tough skin because of the heat and the wind. It's not it's not the italian coastline and sea air. But it started there. And then you know. I'd say you know quite a few years later. My family moved or got a small Second home in the country in the rural country of bucks county pennsylvania. There i really took on gardening for a long time and then during this cova time i was at friend's house and it was. My dream was to see from seed to harvest and stay in one place because during my career. I was on a plane at least every other week and was like show on the road. I was like in my own circus creation for twenty years and i was putting in trees lilacs and kind of bringing this this property back to this kind of very bohemian english country garden. That was really fun. And that was in the hamptons where obviously like the farm centers you know are beyond above and beyond fabulous and you can get anything and everything that you've never even heard of and so so i was just having a you know i was like in a gourmet food store with nothing else to do but to play with the ingredients. I don't know about you but do you feel like you need to spend a bit more time waiting to do that. Because you probably your heart and soul into answer now. You need to discover more recipes right away. Yeah and what then what the heck is like. I'm in a very healthy moat with my food. Which has been fun really healthy like how are we talking like. What's what's going on with the like a lot of vegetables a lot of greens and some fish for protein and like smoothies. Like i'm drinking smoothies in the morning for the first time in my life with like a kito powder protein. I mean he's key. Why do them just. Because i'm mike on a health kick. Have you seen the results. Oh yeah i shore. Well kato them no. I'm not. i'm just eating healthy. I say because. I am meeting a lot of fish and and i also like if i'm in the right place in like i just did a trip across the country right and like we were in arizona and like the state just looked so darn good and it was delicious. So i'm not i don't i always believe like in moderation right in food i just. I've been exercising a lot. I guess i was in malibu to that. Like malibu lifestyle came into it so now. I'm playing around with the idea of like a very kind of farm to table healthy living book which obviously very trendy right now or if i do like flowers and desert the flotsam.
"zac posen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"I lived in this basement apartment on mecklenburg square like this one. Little building was kind of cool. I could walk to school and you know it was it was it was it was weird. It was dark it was a little wet but it was kind of great and chow. Bella was there and had really good pizza and those guys took care of me and like fed me. When i couldn't when i was like you know run out of my spendings. And they fed may and fed my friends and like have my expresso on my way to school. And they really believed in me and that was like my spot. That's so lovely. And they do. The most generous hefty portions of chunks of palms on and at the beginning and i list respect that they still joined the bread steaks and still doing the chunky poems. On and that is nice. You don't get that much anymore and lamb's conduit street hadn't changed jet like it was still just now. I know that i went back in this whole areas like transformed but it was really sleepy and there was like while i was there like i think like one florist shop. Open there in like one other restaurant but there are no restaurants in that area. I mean around the corner as i would go. I guess. Closer to kings cross there was definitely more ethnic delicious food there but london was shot. The food thing was like shocking. And i don't even know like what i ate what i was there but i do remember coming back to home for my. I like summer break and my friend's mother said like freaked out and said my god you're skinny turned into like ahmad waif with curly hair and was the color green. You know said what are they have like. They don't have not eating or those no greens and in in london. I also will say early early. On while out at a nightclub which nightclub it was called the san moritz club. Oh my god it was so fun. Did you go to gas rock and blues. I go to gaza in rock and blues. Every week and i met two of poop became like my british family there. Are these two sisters named poppy. In daisy deville nov and their mothers half american and she was a model. And she's american. So i was able. It was rarely like i was so alone on my own in london right with just a lot of chutzpah and panache and kind of this whole new romantic. Look going on but like twenty years later and you know they kind of let me into their home and so it was this real. You know i'd go out to their house where they grew up in the countryside. And have thanksgiving than you know got to brought into this whole other world. That was so. Like i never expected. And that kind of brought me into the second place. I lived which was on upper portabella road and on nine fan saying it wasn't fancy though then at all like it was a baby was posh. But it really didn't feel that the house was like falling apart and ever seen. It was a real scene and i was really integrated into this. You know whole moment in seeing that was happening of all kind of the british models mixing with kind of you know the old families of britain. And i really and the rock and roll the kids of the rock and rollers and it was you know lily allen with the on our like stoop it was there just didn't know it was it. Was that cultural moment. I really felt like. I was in london at a really cool time and i got also during my time there. I met this amazing woman on the street. Who come to party with me. And there was a woman named need up allen. Yeah two apart is an events and this is all by chance and serendipitous but i was living getting kind of this full east west central. She's royalty yeah. I was her date to everything in london. And i was like a kid and just took it all in. I was just having a blast and fully threw myself into british culture. And i loved it. I mean i love how cozy it is. How eccentric it is and Deep rich in history and culture and probably some of the best collections and museums in the world. And quite frankly how well read young british kids are. I mean there is nothing. I'm gonna tell you something. There is nothing like going to the theater in london or to museums and hearing british children. Speak about what they're seeing especially when their nerdy is. Just it's quite fabulous. I mean. I don't think it's deepened in the educational culture there It's fun to witness in see. I really never thought i would leave. And while i was there at saint martin's which was highly competitive and the other thing to understand as saint martin's was at that time on charing cross road in the original campus and i'd incredible professors but there was one class a week. The rest was assignments and presentations where he'd be ripped to shreds in front of your class because it's such a competitive school and high standards. And i was much younger than everybody. I was in class with but it gave a lot of free time to explore. My academic classes of by one weekly requirement at saint martin's was i took The history of victorian england which was fascinating fascinating and then the history of london. Graveyards was my second year to be incorporated into any of you dresses. All you will show one hundred percent fully. Definitely i mean understanding the ask the long mourning period of queen victoria in the different breakdowns of colors. That were added into it. The changing of the fashion plate because she had people got tired of wherein black basically. They're like let's go to look at france you know and all this kind of change of the fashion plate for shore and the intricacies and at the time also living on portobello. There were still reasonably accessible real antique fashion clothing stores. There you know people didn't know ebay really and the at full force indefinitely essays. Whatever the whole resale market of like old victorian clothing still there to some degree. And i just had a blast. I mean i was dressing. I would wear. I wore this like nineteen twenties nurse. british nurse. cape floor-length nurse cape in blue. Like i were like cloak everywhere in london with this like weird red orange interior. No-one invited out on dates. He let fabulous. Yeah i was like my own self creation and it created buzz. While i was there and i'm just trying to think of like fancier fair that i ate what i was fancy or was it more about that my out. There wasn't fancy. I mean i think like once or twice like once you know i was kind of with fancier people i remember going to be benda right of oysters and that was pretty posh right. That was like that was polish eating and just inexperienced because like that was a whole other world of of london that that i knew but no i don't even really remember eating there i was boozing and going out and doing my work all day all night i mean i remember eating with like my friends and i remember making a lot of tea and i remember like you know english breakfasts out and i remember like my souvlaki out late at night. Yeah now donna. Then that dot com bobby to that of course get on kebabs in. Do they get schwimmer. Shaw there yeah. You do charming more in new york and here. I mean that that's here but it's not as good did you. Stop dressing british models when you Yeah i mean. I got to britain because when i started there was this influx in fashion of What they call the aristo models right and they were in new york. And i had a girlfriend that was dating like the male aristo model the time and it just kind of i was like fifteen at the time sixteen and they just seemed so darn cool and it was on a whole crew of them right so it was like this girl a woman. She was a girl but she felt like a woman. Should only a few years older than i am. But she felt so adult. This young woman erin. O'connor and and karen elson and jade part set and sofi doll. And i'm trying to. Who else liberty ross. And it was like a whole crew and that was my crew my teenage crew in new york. They were all living in new york. And it just end and this guy dan mcmillan and they just seem so out there and fabulous and cool and the other young lady named iris..
"zac posen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Because i had to post a lot. Yeah you said like the documentary. The netflix documentary which i can't find anywhere by the way. Why calm i find anywhere. It's right now. It will be okay so this is happening. You said yes so house z. And it's real. Tell about a matt time. Yup i didn't produce that i'm subject. How was that hard. I didn't have final cut. I was involved. I film for three years but i didn't have final cut and i didn't produce you. We happy with. I am happy with it. I was terrified in the process. Why did you do it. And exposure south in that way to scrutiny. Because i thought there was nothing to lose at the time. I thought you know. I didn't know what story they would tell. But i knew that. I was working at that point in a very rare and special moment in my career. That was that a very maker break time. I felt at the time. And i knew that. I built and created such an amazing family within my studio of incredible artisans and You know it started as a small thing for like a charity. I was working with. And then i looked at this woman in my office that i think you've a feature film in you. And then she went to get whatever you know with me and then she went to interview my sister and i think my sister said one thing and it kind of a light bulb went off in this woman. Sandy's head the director and it became like a three and a half year journey in making this film. And i also why did i do it. I wanted to learn the process of how a feature film gets put together. And i would use myself I guess as as the subject but also understand that whole experience and take that risk and i think creativity is about taking risks. I totally agree so your sister. So i'm thinking your new yorker family living in lower manhattan and you. You seem like the only family. I've heard of the cook in new york. So yeah i'm liba cooking. Unlike i wanna know cooking what was on the dinner table and who was around that dinner table. Okay so cooking. Was that my dad really. He's a painter in his artist. So half of our law was a studio. And then you know. At a certain time. Six o'clock he'd start and You know it was everything from you. Know the family dishes. He would do like a pasta putin esca right and he was really good and understanding like the flavor of what an olive could do tomato sauce. If kept a really right and what else like he would definitely serve a lot of bulgar wheat and this like chicken tomato and spinach and garlic dish with bulgar. Wheat was one of my favorites. A real mix what i would say you know. Then we had a local italian place that still exists in lower manhattan on house in st col. Refer does so that was like the ravioli night and then my mom would cook a chinese meal even though like we're right near chinatown of like that's my cookbook. And it's kind of definitely a americanized chinese dish called kung pao shrimp But with ginger garlic send scalia and soy and probably a little brown sugar in it and shrimp coded in either. a potato starch or cornstarch. They you know. Have a little crisp to them. Pretty eclectic is what i would say and And worldly. I mean i think it centered around probably a love a lot of italian food and then holidays some traditional jewish food would come into play and taking my grandmother's matzo ball. You know my mom would make the matza balls and my dad would make the soup and the stock and he'd like quite a hardy stock like it was always like to strain are not to strain. He likes all the bones strain. Not say i like it strange personally. I can't really clear to really clear. And then i can add my vegetables. Or if i want to add anything to my dad likes the whole the whole pot in there and all that stuff. So that's a caucus cargo exactly everything floating around in there and then on weekends because my mom was a professional woman she would bake with may and that was just more fun. Methodical and i mean birthday cakes were baked at home and new york growing up downtown. There were amazing places to shop. Great cheese shops in little late But it was world cuisine. And i was exposed to a lot of different asian cuisine japanese chinese korean food really young an indian food in new york. And but i wanna know so when you were baker mom and you had you had. Adhd i mean. Will you diagnosed at that point it was. Add and i was dyslexic. I definitely had trouble concentrating. But it was tactile right. And i think something that combines hand eye coordination and like a delicious result created patients and it was fun and it was something where i think together. I could learn to follow recipe and later in my life cookbooks. Really were some of the first books. I read because the visuals to go along with it and i love the process and i remember very early on. My aunt gave my mom for her birthday. The first martha stewart living cookbook. And it blew my mind like i thought this life this lifestyle. Here i am in a loft in soho but this country grandeur lifestyle you know just felt so intriguing to me and been beautiful. I loved. I wanted to entertain like her around the table. I mean friends would come but it was mostly our family and then and we had friends who would come to think of other like influences. I had a norwegian babysitter growing up and she brought me into like norwegian food growing them. What was that like. We'll salty liquorice. I like black salting. That people are horrified by. I love all that. Did you ever try that funny cheese. It tastes like fun. yeah. I love it that brown. She's i love it yes. It's weird task very strange. I love it. Yeah and all kinds of different. I feel very lucky. Great up in your. I really got that cultural mix of all different kinds of foods at all times. And so what did you. When you came to some martin's that would have been a bit of a shock because like the food. sammy. I think like jamie oliver. Just hit the play like food cold charter naked chefs food. Culture had really just started. But i would buy my veggies in in soho on the market street there where i'd also by my fabric. There were like saragan street. Yeah barrack street. Exactly there were barrack street. There were there was like a guy that would sell cuttings of fabric right. Because that's what i could afford. I couldn't afford the fancy shops in. So but the cutting of fabrics. I could play an. I'd buy might veggies there. But it was really shocking. I remember a. I found a local italian restaurant near where i was living living. I was living in this basement. Apartment in a place called lamb's conduit street as it are you going to say chow bella to michelle bella. You have cool. 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"zac posen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Child from what i gather. And he's kirk. His dad was an artist. Yeah zac posen. Coming up on table that pozen. We've got you for an hour to chat about food. How are you. I'm excellent here and beautiful new york. How is new york. New york is like seriously coming back alive right now. You know they did all this outdoor dining and so it's like new york has become like a cafe society. It's kind of fascinating. I mean every restaurant that has survived. This horrible time has people sitting outside. And it's kinda cool because you can see the food on the streets. And so that's happening. And i think performing arts and kind of public events are starting to reopen. I really a little terrifying. Yeah i mean. They're announcing the stadium madison square garden. Which is indoors here is opening and the theaters are scheduled to open soon and will say fingers crossed. And you know when you're restaurants open if there are shops on either side. Do they spread their tables out. We've been doing in london. Absolutely they've built these like they've sent a permanent structures everywhere. It's kinda quite nice for the restaurants. I think but i wonder how they're getting you know if they're gonna if some of them are just gonna stay. I mean i don't know you know it's a little odd. I kind of think like everybody's under one roof. I don't know how this is helping airflow but at least it's saving these businesses. 'cause man is the food in new york such a part of the city and i think everybody probably was really tired of ordering in or learning how to cook since so many people learned attic up. So why was the first restaurant that you like. I need to go to that restaurant. I'm getting your reservation for inside. Might yeah i'm trying to think of done it. Even yet. I was so scared to go into a restaurant. While the first restaurant that i went i went to my friend This woman rake of who has a japanese bistro called end brasserie and that was like one of the first places because i was like craving some really good japanese food which i cook japanese at home but i don't do like i just don't really take part in doing like sushi. Sushi me that much at home like leave it to the pros. Because you have a cookbook cooking with that i do. So how did the cooking with zach thing happened. Because i know the it started from instagram. Hashtag didn't that it did. Yeah i mean. I grew up cooking right. My dad. who's an artist. Felt a family. That eight together stayed together. That was like his philosophy. And you know. They're from my dad's from the middle of america's not like deep food culture. My mom grew up in new york but not during a food culture time but they met in italy in the early sixties and so that was like their introduction to foreign ingredients. Like what's artichoke or eat out. What's probably i don't even know what zucchini was like. At that time. And that neto. I was only like a glimmer in their eyes. I guess at the time and fast forward thirty years or forty years. And then i came along and i grew up in lower manhattan really close to little italy and chinatown and food was just a really big centerpiece of of our lives in our house and i started baking and i was very dyslexic at. Add so cookbooks. or visual. And i could like get into them and it was time with my family and my parents and anyhow fast forward to being an adult in a lot of different influences in friends that entertain in cook to instagram came along and you know everybody was kind of using it in the very early stages than i thought like i cook at home. Like i'm gonna post this beautiful bowl of pasta. I made and all my friends and fashion were said you know. Do not post the photo of your food. It will scare people fashion. People don't eat. It's not your brand. It's not a selfie at. Don't even know if people are doing selfish at that point so like rudimentary and i said i think i said i think food is like a cross cultural connector like humans have to eat like not. Everybody has to dress up in fashion but everybody for the most part has an opinion about flavor like what tastes good. What doesn't to them. And it started this whole. And i put a hashtag cooking with zach and it was just early into that. I mean maybe. Because i'd spent time in like asia and japan mainland china where i saw like food culture and social media. Really big like this is going to be really big. And i knew it and i kind of went into it and started posting and people were really into it and then start getting offer like cooking shows and then got offered a book deal and said okay. I'm gonna do this. And i love cookbooks so much and i love cooking that i gave myself once. I signed the deal like two years of development for the buck. She's a healthy amount of time. Because i really wanted every recipe to test out. I remember in an early meeting. They said oh most cookbooks. Like fifty percent of the recipes. Don't test out. And i said well that's like bogus. That's that's not for me. Like i believe in integrity and things working and mike cooking is quite eclectic in terms of my recipes. And i've you know it goes from very decadent things to various simple healthy things and i wanted to be a real reflection of me and my family background and some family recipes in there and things that i would invent in the process. I hired a collaborator. Who now is like you know. One of the head editors clarkson potter and she'd worked on many cookbooks and i didn't know at the time until after my book came out that she was considered one of the world class bakers in the country music. Wow wow. She was discreet in the process and understated. Pretty darn cool and we had a blast putting together and then photographing. I put it in the fashion seasons. I thought that was a nice fashion tie in wrote a lot of essays in putting it together but just the process. I cook instinctually like that. So i cook. I'll i'll scroll the internet just for like a quick reference of like attempt in time. If i need to but i really have now. You know top myself at least within by repertoire that i do you know my basics and from there just elaborate fashion. I'm food like you cut you kind of you skimmed on that just like you said some people were kind of jokingly may being dope post the pastor or maybe the being quite serious. Did you ever feel like those two worlds had a conflict. Did you ever feel like there was a point. You were doing the cooking with zach. People like zach we care about pre full like chill-out with the and spag on the social media. I shore with with my company. Absolutely you know it'd be like are you a chef or a fashion designer. Are you host on tv. I mean there is a moment when my book came out where i was. The cookbook was there as promoting the cook. Buck right and posting my recipes. I had a feature documentary film that had been made on may about my career on on net flex and i was on a tv show. I was designing the uniforms for delta as the creative director of brooks brothers in the night like multiple lines within my own line. It was just a lot of different content to have to juggle and kind of made a made an easy roadmap for posting..
"zac posen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"I'm very in turkogle. I've like it and then shout out to hidden heart. Simon stolid who did a turban on the beach and it was sensational love. But what have you been up to. Your mom went up last night. Went out with the girls. The gals on tuesday talked about jon. Hamm lot oh. Wh- part of john into that and you'll breath a lunch today and how you finding it 'cause getting quite overwhelmed by the fact that you can go out now it's you have to not all the time of right. Never mothers. look your bartenders. lenny is back. It's a shame because this guest is a bit of a kirk. I know he's got a cookbook out and we could have had a nice time having dinner together cooking with that. Does he live in new york. Yeah he lives in soho where his i've watched fifteen things. You should know about zac posen. So he lives in new york and so hair not very far from where he was brought up. I married excited. Posen is fashion designer. Everyone was wearing him. Riana gwyneth paltrow claire danes in that like most cinderella me jesse mum when you're up for global icon of the year at the po- cost awards globalization. Bring that back like they did for taylor swift at the brits Maybe they should incorporate into and then you should just win it. I should be no contenders. You should just be there. So yeah she. He's dressed everybody and everyone loves him. I think world.
"zac posen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Allie Kaplan with my mom. Harmony. Well, New Netflix binge. I just marvel at how well they know me. I don't even have to pay attention to what's coming out because they just algorithms they know you don't know what to suggest for you and all of that. So did the Holsten. Um, what do we call it? It's like a miniseries. Did it pop up for you right away as recommended? Yeah, me too. So, um, if you if you haven't heard it came out earlier this month in May and not that long ago. I think it's only like a week or so ago. Yeah. Um it is a five parter. That's what I love. I want to say that I You know some of these that go on. For 10 episodes, and then somebody tells me about his serious That's so good, but it's like four seasons that they've had. I just don't want to invest that don't have the time for that man to build and get on to something else. Yes, there They're not even quite our episodes, and there's five of them and And last night, my daughter said to me because she hadn't watched the last one. And I said What you know goes up to when he dies. He said. Oh, thanks for spoiling the ending. And I said Excuse me. He died in 1990, right? No, no mystery. No. But what it it's intended to kind of show you what? What It was like to be building a fashion empire in the sixties seventies. It's fun to see it's the Holsten. Was best friends with Liza Minnelli and he dressed her all the time. You know what? I don't think I fully realized, And this is a name you might know from Tiffany. Elsa Paretti. Of course. She just died this year. Okay. Did you realize that she started her career with Holston? No. I didn't realize that I just knew she was big. Tiffany's was her. Okay, But you see the beginnings of that, and she's together right as she's working with Holsten, so it's well done. I mean, Ewan McGregor. Plays Holston. And I think does a really great job he does because he has an English accent. I'm quite sure. Normally yes, from England. Beautiful clothing, beauty. I mean, it's It's very well executed. Q. Did the woman who plays Liza? She's a dead ringer man. She is great job. She sounded like her actions. Everything. I think she did a wonderful job, But so I've been enjoying it. I'm only you're done. I'm on like the third part. I think it's fun. It's great fun fashion history and any GQ. They just reeled against it because of what landed gave it Such a bad review. The headline was, Why is it so hard to make a good fashion film? And what is their take? Why? Why do they think it's not a good fashion? Holsten fails exactly where many fashioned films before it have. It's too obvious. What does that mean? What exactly does that mean? It's a Christmas that's kinda Yeah, that's kind of like Bill. Um and Melinda Gates is, you know divorce because they just don't think they can grow together anymore. Now I want to know what that means to. Yeah s o. I think one of the things that this critic points out is just a lot of the nuances that basically they paint his failure not giving away anything here. A big theme of this is the licensing. Of Holsten, you know, and and and and it's what's so fascinating is it's It's a theme that holds true in fashion today, and we've seen it with Zac Posen. We've seen it with a lot of younger designers where you could be riding high you. Your dresses are on the backs of all the A list Actress is you're on the red carpets. You're living large and you have no money. Right, because there is no money in that kind of control. There's nothing right. And so that was the situation. Holsten was in and a big theme is, you know, making this decision? Toe license his name? And are you? Are you an artist? Or are you a business? And so I would argue that the director and writers of this serious that that Murphy you know that that is what they wanted to show, however. It's kind of like, Well, you know, you're kind of screwed if your license your name and obviously it's much more nuanced, nuanced than that. I think that's what the reviewers that probably, I mean, you know, the Syriza is A good look into the whole culture that was going on. Then the whole studio 54, which in many ways became his downfall. It's also when I had forgotten him. He started out As a little boy. He made hats for his mother. Yeah, and he loved to see her where these hats and he was trying to make her happy. They had sort of it was he had an abusive husband. And so that part is sweet and heartbreaking. The other thing that that the geek review points out and I didn't think this was really interesting. That what is really remarkable about Holston and probably not really widely known by fashion followers. Today is how he he really designed dresses that changed women's lives that he he is responsible for the shirt dress that you like styles that have become so the other thing, and I Think you're old enough to remember this. He really came up with ultra suede. I mean, alters. I can remember. It was in the days I was working a date, and I can still remember this green ultra suede jumper that I got. I was so excited that I had Because was it, Elston? Oh, I'm sure it. Did. You ever have any of his things? No. No Rich. Did you ever meet him? Did he ever come through Dayton's at that time? Oh, well, But here's what the review says. How dresses changed, Read women's lives. The raison de ETRA in Holstein's world isn't seen in this production that Ryan Murphy sets out to portray the life of influence of Holston and doesn't spend Heath. She thinks he didn't spend enough. Time talking about the influence he actually had on American women, Right? Right. When on how women dress? Yeah, that's probably true, but I think it was also more Supposed to be focusing more on this man's life..
"zac posen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The KF became morning news news 93.1 kfbk now trending example. CEO Tony Shea died from injuries suffered in a house fire earlier this month. She retired from the company in August and purchased a home in Connecticut. Was pulled from that blaze by firefighters but succumb to his burns. Nine days later, she helped transform Zac Posen or $1.2 billion company just phases of Bank of Trump. And Jimmy Kimmel, all expressing condolences on Twitter. Dr Anthony Fauci, warning there could be another big surge on the heels of holiday travel. Also this morning, the first covered 19 vaccine doses have arrived in the United States. Madonna is requesting emergency FDA approval for their vaccine. Ah, lot to cover right now, with NBC News National correspondent Mike Barnes's joins US Live Mike. Good morning up, Take it away. There's there's a lot of news to cover on this front this morning. Yes, and there's a lot. There's a lot of people that are suggesting health officials. Have you visited with friends or family out of state for Thanksgiving, then you should probably be tested for covert just to be on the safe side. There is a concern from health officials like Dr Fauci that attending Thanksgiving celebrations despite the Corona virus pandemic, which is that Amazingly large numbers right now, anyway, could lead to what he called a surge superimposed upon a search that were already in and let's be frank. The surge that we're currently in its forcing San Francisco to impose a curfew and Los Angeles County is issuing a stay at home order that begins today. So those are the kinds of concerns we're looking at here. When you're talking about travel and thanksgiving and numbers that are going to rise up. We're already seeing Huge numbers like we see over 1100 most 1200 covert deaths yesterday 155,000 new cases yesterday, which is down from where we were on Friday where we had 2600 deaths and a record of 207,000 new cases that happened on Friday. So we know where the range is for things here and those skyrocketing numbers that we're looking at today. 155,000 cases. You have 20 states 20 that did not report data on that. So there's a concern that that number is going to grow exponentially. And then we're going to see a surge upon a surge here. If you will. Now the good news is President, Trump said this last week vaccines We're going to start their make their way out today and this technically this week and we're already seeing that process begin as you pointed out with apparently a number of vials of vaccine at an airport in Chicago waiting to be used, but because the government is responsible for dispersing this vaccine There are delays. We know that the technically things haven't been approved for a number of these vaccines through the FDA that's expected to change this week. Frankly, tomorrow you're expected to have the CDC give directions as to who should be the first to receive the vaccine. Now what we know is the Trump Administration says vaccines will be sent to the states that are the most populous first. Then from there, it will be the responsibility of the state to determine Who within the state is going to get the vaccine. Do you start in big cities? Do you start in counties with larger infection numbers? Where do you go now? The concern is we understand. Health officials will be the first and foremost on the front lines to get them from there. Where do you go? Do you go to elderly people? Do you go to black and Brown? A Z put it communities where the numbers have been rising exponentially. In general, Where do you go next with it? That's going to be a big concern for states to make a determination. And until they get a range from the CDC coming up tomorrow, they are going to know necessarily which direction to go. And it may very again from state to state. All right, So we're still have a few days, at least from needles into arms, Actually. Okay, Thank you very much. My power reporting from NBC News. Let's get out to the traffic situation with Mr Mobil's.
Delta employees sue Lands' End alleging new uniforms made them sick
"A class action lawsuits bin file now by hundreds of delta airline workers over their new uniforms made by lands end the lawsuit alleges the uniforms produced by lands and made some employees sick the health issues reportedly range from severe respiratory illnesses to rashes blisters and hair loss most of the five hundred twenty five employees represented in the suit or flight attendants lands and has not commented on the lawsuit delta says it conducted a study showing that Zac Posen designed uniforms quote me the highest textile standards employees say their own tests on the uniforms found unsafe levels of chemicals and
"zac posen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You're wearing no matter what no matter what very nice to go out because of you so I got rid of my Capri pants thank you Alexis no the doctor prepared has certainly been on my list for one time but even that I don't know when this suddenly happen to people but this was okay when did the leggings and become a pounds yes what is it I mean I'm working as a basically under where well and that it simply say you're with us I will never understand we we complain about this all the time on the show we thought it was a trend that would go away pants down to people's needs I don't drop no droid burrows and then to the next time you see Justin Bieber can you tell him to stop wearing the harem pants I don't get harem pants town thing to a phone and beeper may be packing a diaper there's no better way to leave the interview right there Tim Gunn we love you we will be looking for you on the twelfth season premiere of project runway on the eighteen thank you my friend thank you so much Tim Gunn everyone right away project runway of course on a lifetime I'm so glad I went I followed them to lifetime it took a couple seasons and finally we're back I've heard that from your kids I yeah I've been in a now I don't watch it as much as you do and I remember when it switched to live time we had the old show and you were not sure you are not sure about I'll get back but it's so good and Zac Posen as one of the the judges is really fine but Michael course I did miss him so it's nice to have him back and it was of celebrity guest judges so it's pretty cool to see to hear you know what they think to and he ten gone honestly got you to stop wearing Capri pants he did he just has a thing called a pre pants can't work repents period while working out fine yeah but but especially if you're short like me yes short legs okay he just you know it there are certain people who can wear them but he said in general most people should not wear Capri pants okay they're like with the drop pants too I see he has a really great list of essentials that yield that everyone should have asked you this thing like a little black dress a blazer some a trench coat there's a bunch of stuff to sell a center that too because that's always really that we can put that on our show page love it Tim Gunn thank you buddy and again July I mean the I. July eighteenth the season premiere of project runway might wanna seven one everything entertainment Lori and Julia Campbell called wanted some fabulous show he wants is to go back I do.
"zac posen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Top of every hour on my talk one zero seven one not tell us everything i'm going to lots of things urban decay has revealed its new quintet of global citizens that's a fancy way of saying spokespeople and we're very happy to let you know that lizardo wonderful hit churning flouted the people he's one of those quintet of global citizens for urban decay she'll be advocating for case pretty different campaign and the brands anthem that celebrates pure originality and the people who own their meekness that's a good choice and lizard mad at summer fest somebody like tackled her glam squad security security nasty don't don't be messing around this is not good news for c._b._s. what ratings were c._b._s. this morning are falling after the show revamped its anchor lineup just a month ago they brought an anthony mason antoni nuke appeal to join gayle king or donald john john dickerson gone this morning the week of june seventeenth had it smallest average audience since the changes fourteen percent and in the all important twenty five fifty four year old demographic dropped seventeen percent from the same week last year john dickinson he was good on that i don't know why they moved him he was like and then because it's like both nora n. him being gone i think i don't i don't know i don't know yeah the one thing i would like to see the ratings of all the other morning shows that same week to see if everybody's down and nobody's watching the morning shows yeah thing who's going next week three should be terrific on this program and many others took pick i know you are all excited to hear this you to that the david foster and katharine mcphee i've tied the knot no those crazy kids raziq is in an intimate london ceremony day his fifth marriage her second they wed the church of saint i have no idea how to pronounce this why g h i c h g i can't down south kensington far one hundred guests and katharine mcphee war custom gown by zac posen well that's a very posh neighborhood yeah yes it will be a probably a very posh church yeah all right there you go that is update dirt alert.
"zac posen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Their family and friends including david's daughters seren an era foster were in attendance for foster's fifth wedding and catherine second can you imagine those i bet oh yeah it probably was extravagant it was simple according to news but author hollywood simple as extravagant she wore an elegant zac posen goal so that's extravagant if it were if it were simple she'd be wearing you know something from a._m. taylor you know what i'm saying off the rack at macy's no Congratulations. and speaking of celebrity weddings the big one this weekend is so fi turner and joe jonas oh people dot com just doing a fabulous job of covering the weekend festivities in france where at i wonder if they paid for that weird i don't know well they were spotted outside of the shut toe where they're going to get married in france so fi turner wearing a white long address which people dot com as billing as her first wedding dress okay that means there's going to be more than one yes well this is the rehearsal dinner where she's wearing the white dress then sweating yep oh got it got it got got presume i took it to mean once you word vegas no this is just like a pre wedding dress for dinner but people dot com is calling in her first dress of this weather this wedding then they will have the ceremony as presumably tomorrow yup and then she'll probably have a recess option dress as well because that's a whole thing oh yeah you gotta just where oh i can't i congratulations Vam. sorry oh my god why are you so anxious got i don't know what came over me probably a hot take finally food god oh okay otherwise known as jonathan on who is kim kardashians alleged b f f slash food blogger extraordinary is showing off his latest creation from jeweler richie rich which is a sixty thousand dollar burger themed necklace apparently the burger took.
"zac posen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That is a heck of a lot of paper before. I did it in here. Oh, good. All right. What do they say? The name is going to be. Well, I think that the burnish bookies were leaning towards Arthur as a name for the new Royal baby, Arthur or Albert or Albert so keeping it in the fan. Here we go Donnie one because for the most part he lost. 'cause we all went over the case date for the bay was closest to the due date. But he went over the actual the only one that it was going to be a boy, that's right. And his name was Albert. Oh, oh, my yet. But he wasn't willing to bet the money. Remember true? I'll do put the money. Oh, you set. You have never did you put in a five role. Nobody put into the actual final. But I asked and you didn't want to do. I don't recall Senator I never saying that. Donald under oath here. Now. Johnny's gonna get it. I think any anything just bragging rights. I picked the right name tiny. I think that Albert might be it naming the baby after what would be the great great. Grandfather Prince Albert Grint Salvatori is husband in a can here is here is apparently now that we know that the baby's a boy. Yes, all of the people. Amy robots can come home now from could money marriage. She's been over there week waiting waiting waiting. Everyone's been baby. And so there's a story on page six sixth hour now did Meghan Markle's wardrobe giveaway oil baby sex on my God. And saying that they as it turns out throughout her entire pregnancy, the color, she were the most often was blue that is a thirsty story that is that is. According to love the sales out of the mini maternity outfits. The farmer suits are were twenty three were blue. She only wear pink wants. And so a third of all of her outfits during the pregnancy, wore blue. That that's it. You think that that's has anything to do with her secretly telegraphing to the public that she was having a baby boy. Yeah. That is. But it's happening. That's called. We have no news talk about family. I think we're all excited to see the baby it's going to he's going to be super cute. Okay. So the very first very first time since like two thousand and I swear six or seven or eight no it wasn't that long ago. I'd say like I don't know when Jamie FOX in Katie Holmes made it official at the met gala last night. This was their very first event. They went to impose as a couple. Yeah. She walked the red carpet without him her outfit didn't really match camp. But she looked gorgeous. And I would wear that dressing. Yes. She looks gorgeous. She had a feather, but it's just like a little small feather. But the the neck piece was designed on a three D printer MU, but there was a joint between the designer of her dress that Posen it was three hundred years of multi-layered Hamsun color tool and a Tyler Ellis Klatt. And Lorraine Schwartz jewelry that also featured three d detailing including a collaboration between Zac Posen and GE additive in photo labs, which designed the palm leaves collar accessory. So it was a to the gun then the printing and finish the palm leaves took more than fifty. Oh forgotten. It takes three weeks that. Yeah. And he wore Jamie, FOX black suits Guinea ties. Sequent pant pant panther pan. And purple shoes. I didn't like his shoes. No issues. It was like why bother Jamie Foxx? You're not trying to do anything with anything with the met gala theme of camp. And you're trying to match her outfit. Like, thanks for playing. Konya did. Oh, yeah. Oh, my does. West literally, wore a Dicky's work jacket. Yes. To the Mets, you don't even gal how invoke that as though I. When I was in middle school. It is like carton. I understand that. But just he's chubby choice. Why he's wearing this level Tanya? Yeah, he's Chevy if you look underneath. Okay. So Jamie fats and Katie Holmes. So what happened is they held hands? That's it. It's over do. They even went back somewhere secret in that they kissed on the lips. Everyone is known. They've been dotty was excited. Yes. A lot of these people have not this particular person. But let them have first time winters nine. Remember the only way that you can get tickets shop til you drag. Now is by winning these tickets because it's sold out my, okay. So we've got a couple more details on when we come back. We've got a ramp up a little bit more on how heavy summer the an psalms people wore last night were and just the level of detail. And there was a real life Barbie there last night. We will be right back this Laurie and Julia mytalk one seven one previously on Jason and Alexis drove by this business that sells like Z bows. And now, I'm going to type the big sign said, Ted sail you sail. See? You all over because I was driving. And I look a huge c I. What I try to begin. Huge huge. Section. Do the nowhere by itself? Oh, my. Huge huge..
"zac posen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Unopposed for a prolonged period of time. And now she's back to the morning seven one and the one and only Elizabeth Ries is here with the journal or good morning. I still feel like I'm swaying. But maybe that's because I haven't had my coffee yet. Maybe it's because you're half rat. Maybe that's. Learned a term that in Victorian age that meant on the sauce. Elizabeth? That. That's very funny. That's always it's important to learn cultural context. Met gala last night. In New York City big deal, of course, all of the big rich famous well-dressed people were there and the theme was camp notes on fashion. So, you know, there's lots of buzz about on the outfits, and they were very over the top and costume like, which is of course, how it always goes. But the big story is that Katie Holmes and Jamie, FOX arrived together at the net gallon posing for pictures together. Excuse me, I'm getting so emotional about it. Both arrived wearing Zac Posen said they were wearing a matching designer they wrote in style together. And it looks like this is sort of the, you know, finally like, yes, we are a couple in public. It's great. It's really long time. I don't know. I mean is it like, well, we just gotta make sure this thing's really gonna stick before we do anything. You know, this speculation is, of course, about her relationship with Tom Cruise, and that there were stipulations written into the custody agreement that she has where she has sole custody of their daughter Surrey that she couldn't go public with a relationship. I turn amount of time. I maybe now she's finally feeling good about donning. You know, like the met gala big dressed up thing without being like such a costume. I mean, she could still move around. Right people. I don't know how they were moving guess, Katie giant angel wings. Yeah. And then Kim Kardashian the description of her is wet and dripping. I can't even that really. No point my broadcasting. You'll get it while ever get it again. That's Elizabeth out of context for sure that's really good out of context that dress took eight months to make her body defies what anybody could be. Yes. It does how does that work gorgeous? But like not possible now real things going there has to be like ribs removed. I mean, they're things that are happening there. Her waist is so tiny her hips are so wide. I mean, it is like a legit hourglass. It's yeah. It's it's odd. It's yeah. I don't wanna. I like it because it's not stick thin. I'll say that. And it opens up an avenue of like now, you see models of different shapes and sizes, I think that's because of the popularity of the Kardashian. I think so I totally Chloe and her jeans line, and all I think that definitely does make a difference. But when you look at Kim, you're just like how is this possible right about the definition of beauty in the forties and fifties. I mean Marilyn Monroe was not a stick figure twelve everybody. Jane russell. I mean, they were all in that was beautiful back in the eighties. I mean, there are models have talked about that. They would never they would never have made it when because it's it's sort of that shift between there was like that Twiggy look in the seventies and eighties. It was some, you know, some more meat on the bones. Again, if you went then it was like that real waif-like Kate moss. Yeah. Heroin. She kind of thing. Going on here win not chic and who even go back to the dick Torian times. Let's go back to the paintings the women were voluptuous seen as being very positive to have a little bit of extra weight because then you are considered wealthy could afford to eat. I'm glad we discussed. Kim Kardashian issuing some good though, boy she helped to free seventeen inmates in ninety days. Yeah. Free inmates at an amazingly high rate now some people say, well, isn't that good that she's taking people out of prison, but it is prisoners who have really seemingly gotten a bad deal when it comes to like excessive sentences for very minor crimes. I mean, our legal system is not exactly serving everyone equally. So they've helped seventeen prisoners gained freedom over the last three years each of them having served years of life sentences without parole for low level drug offenses, so Kim's really mean fees footing the Bill for this whole thing and her attorney, and then they've got some other attorneys that are working on it. And they are all looking for prisoners who've gotten these really extreme sentences for minor crimes. I mean, relatively speaking and trying to get them out and get them reunited. Yes. I have I was telling ladies earlier, I watched the Kris Jenner profile Sunday morning. I I'm I'm turning my ship a little bit. Slowly, I mean ships don't turn very quickly on it takes a while still rock and. I'm starting to respect a little bit more. So so quick to make fun of them. So okay. Well, how does that mean that bring you more.
"zac posen" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Nobody was like definitely agree. It's he was study. And then he moved up in the industry out in doubt. I can't wait. Sorry. Game of thrones arguments. Are so funny finger in bub. Really been meaning to catch up to you watch everything. So that I was like a wealth of knowledge, and I guess at this point I'll have to settle for just rewatching the last season. But don't you think it's interesting in day better in them to premier unlike Coachella weekend because everyone's going to be a Coachella Coachella on the we're we're meeting in time, and I'll just have to sleep. My check my phone and then on Monday, I'll watch it. But it's like all who are going to be on their phones. And they're gonna have it spoiled shave them to do this Guerande. Maybe in some way, it was intentional. Let's think so if he turned Joe Jorda sorta like the most media like connection to day. Arianna graduates. They're trying to shoot are are gonna Guerande and PT Edson hesitant. David is daughter. Larry, I don't think heating the performance. I think they're shading the concert goers. 'cause it's like those people are like the semi Colosseum have had that we can cleared. Right. And it's like okay now pick are you going to be like a coach author sponsor or are you going to collegiate just we're we're doing both? Right. I don't care like us. You know, we're I'm also like not. Look at my phone right now because people are like putting legitimate theories out there. I wanna be shot. No. But we are putting pictures in the street. So let's talk about some of the the notable couples Joe and sons has stepped out looking Flaine, and we reported the that he has to son once he found out at the end friend who was at that party nosy ending guess because I'm sure there were some low level caterers being like pulling Joe, please tell me how I don't think the cavers new. I think there's probably some press they're being thirsty. They don't know anything. They're trying to find out. I think just like the the crew knows and Anna manatees husband news. Piece husband was George are there. And it's in pictures of him. I saw a story about him like eyeing an iron thrown. I think he was definitely for sure we're wasn't it looks like thirty rock. It was at Radio City. I believe swing city kind of just need that a today show the episode how premieres work like got a movie to watch a movie at I think, I think there's a spy and film and a red carpet some people just through the red carpet sent people do carpet soiree, some people go to see the movie premiere once you give for bad Santa two and watch the movie, and I ate so much popcorn. And I had already had a toothache. It was the popcorn free. Yes. Okay. And the popcorn was getting stuck in my to and it was just really painful, and they weren't crop tops. I'm glad that nobody offered to take. My picture Olo shirt today. It's not pussy bow. But it's giving me like the pussy bow elegance. And you know, what seven entity trim you too because it's act sack posing like diffusion line. So it's like not Zac Posen pussy like so much corporate glamour. It's like for. Children for young children in the business place..
"zac posen" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"And if you if you really do the work as he suggests you will never do a scene the same way, it will never be repeated identically because we're human and what you do in a scene you will slightly change. What you do in that will slightly change. What I do because I in my acting will make you more important than me in you will make me more important than you Xanax fence. Anyway, was has been a very helpful part of my directing career because I came to wanting to direct not because I was frustrated writer who felt that he'd been so wronged in I didn't feel that I but I felt like. Sometimes when you write a script, you're preparing the party your decorating. You're getting the everybody, you know, you're doing the invite list, and you get everything ready. And then when the party starts, they say, hey could job. I'm. We'll see you later. And so I'm kind of walking out the door when everybody's coming for the party and not really, that's what's happening. But it kind of felt that way. And I thought well if I'm going to plan the party, and I'm going to invite all the guests and pick out the menu. I want to be at the party. And but mainly it's I wanted to be with I wanted to. I just I love actors, and and their everything for the kind of film. I make well, let's talk about when actor in particular. There's this young upcoming actor who I pretty good big things for this kid, Lucas hedges. Yes. You know, I think a lot of parents with kids that show interest in performing, you know, look at their kid and say, oh, no my kids got something. He could really make it in your case. This is sort of transpiring. Was there a moment when Lucas was growing up or maybe around closer to Manchester? When was it for you? Did you say this is this is different? There's some sharp name with this. If I'll try to tell it quickly Lucas. He was always a kid who even the home videos, though, home videos, and boy have you seen. Boy raced the beginning of the film that these home videos. That's my camera work just like to point out. I'm not in the union, but but those are my home videos, but it's a little boy with the home videos. He always loved to say let me see let me see he liked to meet a flip those cameras. So he could see himself that didn't make me think. Oh, he's going to be an actor. Now. I didn't think at all he got cast in production of nNcholas nickleby. He went to the same school that Lena Dunham went to Jennifer Connelly and Zac Posen the designer it's a school where they don't have any grades and the kids write poetry and do African dance..