We're not sure Nina Garcia really gets it, though.
A lot of work goes into an image or a campaign before it makes it onto the pages of a fashion magazine. Joe Zee, Bruce Weber, Coco Rocha, Nina Garcia, Louise Roe and George Kotsiopoulos sat down with HuffPost Live to talk about the process.
From a very early age Nina Garcia loved clothes. "When I was little, I wanted to pick out my own wardrobe and had everything match," says the Project Runway judge and Marie Claire creative director.
The "Project Runway" judge is "very optimistic" about improving diversity.
One of the best holiday gifts is my family. I am blessed to have them be alive and well especially over Thanksgiving. Being
Latino designers such as Oscar de la Renta*, Narciso Rodriguez, and Carolina Herrera have long distinguished themselves as
The Marie Claire creative director still hopes the veteran fashion designer will make an appearance on the show, and thinks
We're not the only ones scratching our heads at the dichotomy. Enter Nina Garcia, "Project Runway" judge and creative director
Nina Garcia of "Project Runway" and Marie Claire fame will wear the high-tech specs throughout the industry's biggest events
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