Among the top designers within the fashion industry, Isaac Mizrahi is unique.
While his design aesthetic appeals to those who follow the fashion industry (and can afford the high-end clothing worn by the rich and famous), they also have an appeal to the every day woman. A respected name in the industry since the late 80’s, Mizrahi not only respects his clients, but also knows how to dress them.
Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History opened at the Jewish Museum in New York City in March. The exhibit contains sketches, samples from his collections over the years and clips from interviews and runway shows.
While I do not follow the fashion industry, I can see the passion, drive and all-consuming love that Mizrahi has for his profession. His clothes, to my surprise, are also surprisingly adaptable to the average woman on the street.
The exhibit leaves the Jewish Museum on Sunday. See it while you can.
Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History will be at the Jewish Museum until Sunday, August 7th. The Museum is located at 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St in New York City.