ADAM SAAKS – THE DESIGNER CUToure

Designer Adam Saaks has been up close and personal with some of the hottest ladies in Tinsletown and has been customising tees for years. But, it’s his latest collaboration with Ed Hardy that’s pushed him through the stratosphere. We went down to the brand new Ed Hardy store in London and had a chat with the man himself.Having cut T-shirts for the likes of Mariah Carey, Audrina Patridge and Eva Longoria-Parker, this is a man who certainly knows how to get a lady out of her bra! A snip here and a snip there and WHAMO! The tee is transformed into a form-fitting, super-sexy custom made piece. The speed at which his scissors move is alarming, but Adam says he has never had an accident.

The week-long fashion event will feature six runway shows and dozens of in-store fashion events, designer appearances and a House of Style that visitors and fashionistas can tour. Among the events will be Adam Saaks of Ed Hardy, who will custom create his signature t-shirts for customers at Metropark, and Olympic medalist and 2008 ESPY winner Gretchen Bleiler, who is launching a line she designed for Oakley.

When asked who he would like to get his scissor-bearing hands on, Adam told us, “Oh man, Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie…Rihanna. She is hot right now!” Anyone else? “Everyone!”.

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MARISA MILLER – SURFER TURNED MODEL

Marisa Miller ( full name Marisa Lee Miller ) was born on August 6, 1978 in Santa Cruz, California and she is a buxom American supermodel who first gained attention when she appeared in the 1997 premiere issue of Perfect 10 magazine.

Although Marisa Miller came in third behind Ashley Degenford and Monica Hansen in Perfect 10’s first annual model search, she was repeatedly showcased in following issues, including the covers of the Winter 1998, Aug/Sept 1999, and Fall 2004 editions.

Atypically, Marisa Miller was able to move from a start as a nude magazine model to high profile mainstream work with the likes of no less than Victoria’s Secret and the coveted Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue (2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006). Marisa Miller’s also appeared in other magazines such as Fitness, Shape, and Vogue, as well as worked on campaigns for Nordstrom, J.Crew, and Tommy Hilfiger.

In 2004, Marisa Miller made her way onto television as a judge for the TV series Manhunt: The Search for America’s Most Gorgeous Male Model. Marisa Miller has also appeared on a few talk shows including The View and The Sharon Osbourne Show. Marisa Miller likes television and would like to one day become a television sportscaster.

From an early age Marisa Miller loved surfing, was a standout volleyball player on her high school team, and has long been a big sports fan in general. Marisa Miller’s said that if she weren’t a model she’d be a sportscaster. She also made frequent appearances in the Victoria’s Secret lingerie catalogs. She appeared on the cover of the 2008 edition of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.

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