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Unzipped -- A Behind-The-Seams Look At The World Of High Fashio Stunning supermodels and glamorous celebrities are all just part of the scene in Unzipped - a hilariously revealing look at the high powered world of fashion!
Unzipped -- Isaac Mizrahi, one of the most successful designers in high fashion, plans his fall 1994 collection...


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11 August 1995 (USA) See more »
A behind-the-seams look at the world of high fashion.
Isaac Mizrahi, one of the most successful designers in high fashion, plans his fall 1994 collection... See more » | Add synopsis »
2 wins & 1 nomination See more »
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Interesting or just Mizrable? See more (15 total) »


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Roseanne Barr ... Herself (uncredited)

Sandra Bernhard ... Herself (uncredited)

Robert Best ... Himself (uncredited)

Natane Boudreau ... Herself (uncredited)

Carla Bruni ... Herself (uncredited)

Naomi Campbell ... Herself (uncredited)

Helena Christensen ... Herself (uncredited)

Cindy Crawford ... Herself (uncredited)
Debbie Deitering ... Herself (uncredited)
Meghan Douglas ... Herself (uncredited)

Faye Dunaway ... Herself (uncredited)

Linda Evangelista ... Herself (uncredited)

John Galliano ... Himself (uncredited)

Richard Gere ... Himself (uncredited)
Yasmeen Ghauri ... Herself (uncredited)
Michael Gross ... Himself (uncredited)

Shalom Harlow ... Herself (uncredited)

Susan Hayward ... Helen Lawson (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tricia Helfer ... Herself (uncredited)

Eartha Kitt ... Herself (uncredited)

Padma Lakshmi ... Herself (uncredited)

Claudia Mason ... Herself (uncredited)
Polly Mellen ... Herself (uncredited)

Liza Minnelli ... Herself (uncredited)

Isaac Mizrahi ... Himself (uncredited)

Kate Moss ... Herself (uncredited)

Karen Mulder ... Herself (uncredited)

Barbara Parkins ... Anne Welles (archive footage) (uncredited)
Candy Pratts ... Herself (uncredited)
Eve Salvail ... Herself (uncredited)
Nina Santisi ... Herself (uncredited)

Kimora Lee Simmons ... Herself (uncredited)
Shiraz Tal ... Herself (uncredited)

André Leon Talley ... Himself (uncredited)

Niki Taylor ... Herself (uncredited)

Christy Turlington ... Herself (uncredited)

Amber Valletta ... Herself (uncredited)

Patricia Velasquez ... Herself (uncredited)

Manon von Gerkan ... Herself (uncredited)

Veronica Webb ... Herself (uncredited)

Directed by
Douglas Keeve 
Produced by
Michael Alden .... producer
Dori Berinstein .... co-executive producer
Paul DeBenedictis .... co-producer
Keith Estabrook .... co-producer
David Pecker .... executive producer
Nina Santisi .... executive producer
Diana Schmidt .... associate producer
Cinematography by
Ellen Kuras 
Robert Leacock 
Film Editing by
Paula Heredia 
Alan Oxman 
Production Management
William DeVizia .... production manager
Tula Goenka .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gregory Kramer .... assistant director
Jerry Risins .... assistant director
Sound Department
Felix Andrew .... sound mixer
Jason Canovas .... assistant sound editor
Anthony J. Ciccolini III .... sound editor
Richard P. Cirincione .... sound editor
Annette Danto .... sound recordist
Dan Sable .... supervising sound editor
Lynn Sable .... sound (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
John Busch .... director of photography: second unit
Tom McGrath .... camera operator
David Park .... assistant camera
Jerry Risius .... assistant camera
John Romeo .... assistant camera
Peter Sillen .... assistant camera
Susanna Virtanen .... first assistant camera
Editorial Department
David Hamme .... assistant colorist
Kelly Korzan .... assistant editor
Stan Sztaba .... negative matcher
Gilles Bensimon .... very special thanks
Sandra Bernhard .... very special thanks
Natane Boudreau .... very special thanks (as Natane Adcock)
Carla Bruni .... very special thanks
Naomi Campbell .... very special thanks
Helena Christensen .... very special thanks
Cindy Crawford .... very special thanks
Debbie Deitering .... very special thanks
Meghan Douglas .... very special thanks
Linda Evangelista .... very special thanks
Rosemary Ferguson .... very special thanks
Yasmeen Ghauri .... very special thanks
Shalom Harlow .... very special thanks
Tricia Helfer .... very special thanks
Richard Heller .... very special thanks
Eartha Kitt .... very special thanks
Padma Lakshmi .... very special thanks
Katell Le Bourhis .... very special thanks
Andy Marcus .... very special thanks
Claudia Mason .... very special thanks
Polly Mellen .... very special thanks
Sarah Mizrahi .... very special thanks
Kate Moss .... very special thanks
Karen Mulder .... very special thanks
Sarah Murdoch .... very special thanks (as Sarah O'Hare)
Candy Pratts .... very special thanks
Eve Salvail .... very special thanks (as Eve)
Kimora Lee Simmons .... very special thanks (as Kimora Lee)
Ingrid Sischy .... very special thanks
Shiraz Tal .... very special thanks
André Leon Talley .... very special thanks
Niki Taylor .... very special thanks
Christy Turlington .... very special thanks
Amber Valletta .... very special thanks
Patricia Velasquez .... very special thanks
Manon von Gerkan .... very special thanks
Veronica Webb .... very special thanks

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Rated R for some language
73 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Big screen debut of Amber Valletta.See more »
Shalom Harlow:"Eskimo" means "fish eater".See more »
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References "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961)See more »


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10 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Interesting or just Mizrable?, 27 April 2005
Author: haxboob from United States

OK, I have seen Unzipped 4 times. I asked myself why, and I came up with a really great lie. Because watching Mizrahi stress out about his "beast/nanook of the North" creations makes me feel better about myself as a sane person. I use to think that the fashion industry was something special, once you have used this film to figure things out, you notice how SAD SAD SAD these people are. Designers make these costumes, famous and sickly models make them look interesting and then Anna Wintour makes you want to spend your next 5 paychecks for a stupid coat. A coat that makes you feel good for a few months, by the way thanks Donatella for that black half-trench number you came out with last year, I still feel good about myself every time I think I'm thin enough to put it on. Anyhoo, Isaac is a sad selfish mess and at the same time a very smart man with amazing taste. THe models, whom I LOVE LOVE LOVE to watch, are all tragic and annoying, save for Tara Banks and Cindy Crawford who seem to be the only models with a brain in their heads. I wanted to reach through the screen and punch Linda Evangelista for having such an annoying voice. Could you imagine Kyle having to listen to that at home? She needs to remain silent so I can see her as just utterly flawless. The film, like I said, makes me feel sane, like all my "problems" can be dealt with and that I don't ever have to resort to being such a hysterical end=of-the-world drama queen like Mizrahi. And his singing? and his dancing? and his annoying hair? If I had that hair I would have had it cut a long time ago. Having said this, he is richer than I will ever be and he has loads of more prospects than I will ever have. So screw me and good for him. I guess I have to admit it, I really liked this film. It's a guilty pleasure. see it.

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