Isaac is a actor/talk show host. He has his own Show Called "The Isaac Mizrahi Show". In 1987 Isaac opened up is own clothing business. He continues to make fine jewellery, designed shoes and a collection of coats. Isaac has also designed costumes for film, theatre, dance and opera.more
Isaac says that Target is pronounced normally not like Tar-Zhay.
Isaac would save a Saville 10 tweed jacket he made if his house was on fire.
Isaac would love Mischa Barton to wear his clothing and says she's the prettiest girl in America.
Isaac launched his first shoe line in 1995.
Isaac began making clothes for his mother and her friends at the age of 13.
Isaac was in two Woody Allen films "Celebrity" and "Small Time Crooks".
Isaac was Emmy-nominated for the costumes he designed for the Liza Minelli program "Stepping Out."
Isaac won a Drama Desk Award for his work on the costumes for "The Women", a broadway play revival.
Isaac is a three time CDFA "Designer of the Year" award winner.
He was a contributing editor for House and Garden magazine.
His contribution to the literary world was a series of comic books called Sandy, the Adventures of a Supermodel, which was published by Simon and Schuster.
Isaac had a cameo in the film Men in Black.
Isaac apprenticed under Jeffrey Banks, Calvin Klein and Perry Ellis when starting out as a designer in New York City.
He grew up in a tightknit Syrian Jewish community.
Isaac's birthday is on October 14, 1961.
Isaac has a very popular line that runs in the Target store chain.
Isaac starred in the 1995 documentary "Unzipped", which entailed him planning his fall 1994 collection.
Isaac attended the High School of Performing Arts as an acting major.
Isaac studied fashion at Parsons School of Design.
Isaac was accused of getting too personal with his interviewees during the Golden Globes.
Isaac did red carpet interviews for the Oscars and Golden Globes with the E! Channel.
According to an interview, he has been bringing viewers a unique view of fabulousness for close to 20 years.
His hometown is Brooklyn, N.Y.
Issac put his own twist on Doggy Coture in honor of his rescue dog, Harry.
Isaac says that the ugliest trend he is unable to resist are platform shoes.