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Monday, April 14, 2008


Alber Elbaz just looks like such a nice guy. He is currently working as the art director for Lanvin, the worlds oldest fashion house.

There are oh so many reasons to adore him, here are a few:

YHe just does it all so well.

YAt his Paris 2008 Spring collection show he adorably handed out ice cream cones to audience members.

YHe was born in Morocco and lived in Israel.

Y Listed among Time Magazine's 100 Most influential people in the world in 2007.

Y He was once drawn by Simpsons artists for Harper's Bazaar Magazine(All clothing and accessories on Lisa Simpson and Linda Evangelista, Lanvin).

Y Thanks to a unnamed friend at an unnamed department store I am going to get my hands on a Little Lanvin Love. Y


Dick said...

That cartoon is incredible... were there others? I'm going to go find them.

Anonymous said...

Alber Elbaz designs for the world's oldest fashion house in the world as a designer.

workopolis said...

anonymous...tsk tsk.

i think it was a late night post right sar?

wonderful celebration of judaism, my dears! and i'm more than jealous of a lil' lanvin.

Anonymous said...

It was late night.
Danny, thanks for the support.
Changes made.

sarah said...
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Anonymous said...

love the biz headquarters...where "it" all happens...and Elbaz is too cute...can't wait to see a pic of your lanvin "face" under your cute little face....
keep it coming...i need my daily biz fix girls....gimmee gimmee gimme...

BBQ said...

Yeah. I like a bowtie (in theory) as much as the next cherubic gentleman, but Tucker Carlson...still...

I'm glad this man is fighting bowtie stigma by doing it BIG

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