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Backstage at 3.1 Phillip Lim, the designer told Jada Yuan that his fall 2007 collection was based on Little Edie Beal of Grey Gardens fame, with an international flair. "Multicultural beauty is the new modernity," Lim said. Also, see which stars skipped the Super Bowl to cheer their favorite looks. Watch more videos from fall 2007 Fashion Week.
Backstage at Rock & Republic on Saturday, model May Andersen talked with New York's Jada Yuan about anger management, annoying stewardesses, and, of course, skinny models. Thin models, says May, are getting lumped together with anorexic models a completely different breed: "You're always going to have girls that are starving themselves, and that's not naturally skinny girls' faults." Of course not. Watch the video.
And now it's time for some light relief. Here's David Robinson: He was the costume designer on Zoolander — which, as he so eloquently puts it, "is to fashion as the world of spying and espionage is to Austin Powers" — not to mention Pollack and Donnie Brasco. He describes his style as "homeless Viking dandy," and he was interviewed by Amy Larocca for the Video Look Book.
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