Unzipped (1995) Poster



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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Issac compares one of his employees to the main character
The Flintstones (1960) (TV Series)
Title mentioned
The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) (TV Series)
Laura Petrie is partially credited for shaping American taste.
Marnie (1964)
Isaac says that a Ouija board was urging him to mix "dominatrix" and "Hitchcock" for his next collection, specifically spelling out this movie as an example
That Girl (1966) (TV Series)
Small painting on Issac's wall resembles Marlo Thomas between 1966 and 1969. Theme song also used to introduce fashion show
The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (1968) (TV Series)
Isaac likens his idea of a fur jumpsuit to the Banana Splits
Mary Tyler Moore (1970) (TV Series)
Mary Richards is partially credited for shaping American taste. Theme song also used at random moments.
Models Inc. (1994) (TV Series)
They liken this upcoming fashion show to Models, Inc.

Referenced in 

The Larry Sanders Show: Larry's Sitcom (1995) (TV Episode)
Brian mentions the documentary
Very Important Pennis: Very Important Pennis: Part 1 (1996) (TV Episode)
Poster (Italian) on roadside billboard visible when Dennis speaks to Giorgio Armani at the Venice Film Festival.
The Tents (2012)
This film is referred to.


The Red Shoes (1948)
New Faces (1954)
A clip of Eartha Kitt singing "Santa Baby" is shown
Mary Tyler Moore (1970) (TV Series)

Featured in 

Best! Movies! Ever!: Fashion (2007) (TV Episode)
clips shown to illustrate the best films about the fashion industry
20 to 1: Sizzling Superstars (2009) (TV Episode)
Clips shown in a segment.
20 to 1: Adults Only 20 to 1: Sizzling Supermodels (2011) (TV Episode)
Clips shown in a segment.

Spoofed in 

MADtv: Episode #2.19 (1997) (TV Episode)
Episode opening in which Sam Arkin plays Isaac Mizrahi is a parody of his documentary.

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