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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Zac Posen!

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1 || Zac Posen designed Princess Eugenie’s second wedding gown, the one she wore to her evening reception.

 

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2 || In 1999 he attended Central Saint Martins, subsequently gaining enough recognition while still a student which prompted Naomi Campbell to request one of his designs in 2000.

 

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3 || In 2001, one of his dresses made it to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in the “Curvaceous” exhibit. The dress was simply made by thin strips of leather that were attached by hook-and-eye closures.

 

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4 || Zac Posen launched his signature label at the tender age of 20, with the company being more of a family business involving his mother and sister as chief operating officer and creative director respectively. They stepped down in 2010.

 

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5 || Diddy (a.k.a.) Sean Combs provided financial backing to the designer during his first years.

 

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6 || Following 2008’s economic crisis Posen launched a collection for Target, as well as launching his more affordable collection Z Spoke for Saks Fifth Avenue.

 

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7 || Zac Posen designed the uniforms for Delta Air Lines.

 

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8 || In 2017, Posen published a cook book called “Cooking with Zac: Recipes from Rustic to Refined”.

 

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9 || Posen was a regular judge on Project Runway from 2013 to 2017.

 

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10 || Posen became the creative director for Brooks Brothers women’s line in 2014.

 

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