Posts tagged "sundance channel"

Sneak Peak: Designer Jedda-Kahn Puts It “All On The Line”

In 2005, designer Jedda-Kahn launched his first line to great success. But six years later, many of his biggest accounts have disappeared and he’s barely holding on, despite having a handful of celeb clients. Can Elle Creative Director Joe Zee help him get back on top? Tune in to “All On the Line”…

Julie Gerstein / May 3, 2011

Sneak Peak: Can Joe Zee Take Dana-Maxx To The Max?

After graduating from FIT, Dana-Maxx worked for Marc Jacobs and Betsey Johnson before launching her own line in 2007. The dresses are beautiful, but really expensive. “No wonder Dana-Maxx’s dresses cost five hundred dollars – there’s a full house of people working for her,” said show host Joe Zee. Can Joe convince her to…

Julie Gerstein / April 26, 2011

Tonight On “All On The Line”: Joe Zee Gets Between The Sheets

On tonight’s episode of “All On the Line,” show host and Elle Creative Director Joe Zee gets intimate with struggling lingerie company Between the Sheets. Can Joe help save the saggy pair behind the collection? Or will the company, and the couple’s relationship, implode?

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Julie Gerstein / April 12, 2011

Sneak Peek: Kara Janx On Tonight’s “All On the Line”

Check out this clip from the new Sundance show “All On the Line,” starring “Elle” Creative Director Joe Zee. Recognize the designer featured here? It’s Kara Janx, from Season 2 of “Project Runway.” Watch Kara go toe-to-toe with Joe over her next collection.

And don’t forget to enter “All On the Line’s”…

Julie Gerstein / April 5, 2011

Frisky Q&A: Joe Zee Puts It “All On The Line”

If you’re not familiar with Joe Zee, you’re about to be. The much-loved creative director for Elle magazine, and one of the few voices of reason on MTV’s reality show, “The City” — where he had to contend with the likes of scheming socialite Olivia Palermo, ugh — Zee is heading back to television once…

Julie Gerstein / March 29, 2011

Shop Around The World With Anthropologie Buyer Keith Johnson

My job is pretty sweet, but a few people’s occupations are absolutely drool-worthy. One career that sounds amazing is being a buyer for Anthropologie. Walking into that store makes me feel like I’m stepping into the apartment of an awesome friend who just got back from a week’s vacation in Capetown, lived in Spai…

Catherine Strawn / October 1, 2009