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Isaac Mizrahi (Designer)
Fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi is best known for giving birth to the trend known as ""populuxe."" This pairing of high-dollar and low-priced fashions got its start when the designer outfitted runway models with pieces from his illustrious Bergdorf Goodman line with ready-to-wear pieces from his affordably priced Target line.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mizrahi made a name for himself with his 1986 debut clothing line, selling the collection to Bergdorf Goodman. In 1994, his eponymous line received funding through Chanel. In 1998, Chanel pulled funding for his designs, and he was forced to close shop.
After a stint in a one-man show called Les MIZrahi, he briefly became a talk show host before returning to his first love of fashion in 2003. Turning the fashion world on its head with his Target partnership announcement, Mizrahi brought runway-quality garments to fashion-hungry mass retailers while simultaneously constructing high-end couture pieces for Bergdorf Goodman.
In 2009, he revived the fading Liz Claiborne brand with his boldly colored, animated designs. In 2009, Mizrahi joined QVC with his signature hats and jewelry collections, as well as off-the-wall, embellished cheesecakes.
Isaac Mizrahi entered the fragrance marketplace with his 2012 Fabulous for Women fragrance. He expanded his women's scent offerings in 2013 with Fabulous Intense and in 2014 with Eau So Fabulous.
Mizrahi is also a highly celebrated costume and set designer.