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Fact: few groups of people have as great of an influence on the fashion world as rock stars. Both past and present, we can defer to them as a guiding light for big, fabulous trends, even though at times their approach may be a little avant-garde (ahem, Gaga). All things considered, we are obviously obsessed with Rock Paper Photo!
An initiative of Guy Oseary and Live Nation, Rock Paper Photo is a digital archive featuring thousands of up, close and personal photos of your favorite musicians and other major pop culture figures. Obviously, we’re partial to shots of The Beatles, Stevie Nicks, and The Rolling Stones, but chances are you’ll find high quality stills of your personal rock idols in the RPP library too. Have a bare wall that needs some love? Rock it out with your framed print of choice so you and your guests can enjoy a permanent front row show!
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With the new face and the new do, you look like Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac fame) younger sister. Beautiful.
Glad to see you back for another season. I think you're great, I love your show and I knew you would be a fabulous mom. What I really like is how you and your husband defy the odds and hold your marriage together. All of us non-celebrities really do enjoy seeing people who are somewhat ordinary like we are in their personal lives and we cheer for those like yourself who do not permit your success to disrupt the precious part of your life.....that being your home and family. The baby is darling and I wish you a wonderful season and a long and happy mommy life. I do hope that you occasionally get to watch the episodes as I think it can change a persons perception of many things and serve as an eye opener. It also gives one the opportunity to take a different look at our "crew" and see things that we can't see about those we let into our circle when we are "in the moment". What seems like sincerity, from afar can at times actually be patronizing and spurned by jealousy and possessiveness. I am referring to Joey and hope you see and question why he doesn't want anyone to be closer to you than he is. I would not my child influenced by that behavior. He must be somewhat insecure because he clearly does not want anyone else to "shine" in your eyes. It must be stressful to be around someone who feels threatened by the presence and talent of others such as Jeremiah. People such as Jeremiah, who have talent, are often cast aside or over looked as a result of the "Joey's" of the world. In my job, I nip this in the bud because I never know what clould happen next nor can I foresee when I might have to draw on the talent of other members of my staff, therefore, I never let any one person get closer to me than the other.I treat each peson as an asset, I don't play favorites and in so doing they are equally loyal. Those who don't want to play by my rules, need to move on. And they all know, the person closest to me is my spouse, so trying to one up each other will get them nowhere! Have a great day, Rachel, glad you're back.
Rachael, Follow the money in fashion. Get starlets to wear YOUR clothes on the Red Carpets. That will translate to wealthy people wanting to wear your clothes. Or, the housewives are popular, offer to design for one or more of them. (The emerald earrings worn by Angelina Jolie 2 years ago at the Oscars....were later seen on Kyle from the Beverlyhills housewives(and they were not on LOAN....) You have access to so many wealthy people. They let you style them. Now design for some of them. Every designer needs an angle. You have Bravo TV, your Rachel Zoe project. Those contacts can make your line a success. Then you can design stuff later for the working woman, the busy mom, the yoga & pilates girl, etc. Get famous or rich people to want what you design. Get it out there. Then the masses (and the cash) will follow. Look at the clothes you wear. You love Channel, right? How long did it take them to establish? Look at Karl Lagerfeld....How long did it take him to make his own line a success? You have the contacts to show at NY or LA fashion week. Only you can figure out your angle & make it happen. If I am not mistaken the trend this year at the Oscars was couture , vintage, and items designed specifically for certain actresses......I think this is the way to go. The scarves, handbags, perfume, body creams, make up.....can all follow later.....They can compliment what you design as in a total package. It just takes time, money and having the right contacts. All of which you already possess.
Dee Penn in Virginia USA
Apparently you haven't gotten the memo, wearing fur, using fur in your designs is morally bankrupt and socially unacceptable. Do you have any clue what the beautiful creatures that
are slaughtered for their fur go through, do you care? Faux fur isn't even acceptable as the majority of it comes from China, where dogs and cats are skinned alive for their fur, so wannbe designers like you can make a sweater. Why not talk to the many designers who have stopped using fur, educate yourself!