Ken Downing- One of the most influential people in Fashion

Fashion week is here again! From Paris to Milan to New York and back. I am taken my fashion fetish and feeding you my writing style. I am taken off my Louboutins, buttoning down my Zara tight fitted shirt, buckling off my Versace belt, zipping down my Deisel jeans and giving you readers my writing make over. A friend needed help and said " David you have style, you have edge and a maniac with creativity. Want to start a clothing line?”. Hmmmmmmmmmmm. She handed me drawing paper and pencil. I sketched and sketched out the box came some fierce ties and scarf’s. I cat walked ( meow!) into my BMW speeding down the fashion highway in creativity, creating a trend that caught the eye of one of the most influential people in fashion:  Senior Vice President and Fashion Director of Neiman Marcus Mr. Ken Downing! Then BAM, FASHION SHADE, CRASH, Four Flat Tires. Read me as I write it out. YOU know who you are. Shady!!!

My name is David Rabadi and I am a clothesacolic. I love wearing skinny jeans because I have thick thighs and a nice Tukkus-OY. I feel so guilty writing that ha ha ha I think NOT! I Don't wanna be obnoxious, but it's like I am walking the red carpet whenever I step out the house. Rich in fashion to bad I am not a rock star, but I got groupies breaking their necks saying "who is that writer? I want him to write me into his movie!" And Scene. The first step in getting help is admitting you have a problem. I admit it. I use clothes in vain. Who but no other then Ken Downing can help me on my road to recovery! No one but Ken Downing!!

Ken Downing

Ken has played a key role in every major style element at  Neiman Marcus, and manages the New York Fashion office. He is a figure at every major fashion show, traveling the globe to bring luxury and style to the Neiman Marcus customer. He appears as a fashion industry expert on many local and nationally televised programs, including Oprah, E! Entertainment, W.B.G.N., Fox News, Good Day Dallas, and Trendy Tuesdays.

Fashion up readers! Ken Downing is talking style!!!

David:
Hello there trend setter. Are you full of style?

Ken:
You are staring at me, can’t you tell?

David:
Is that where we are going?

Ken:
LOL! Speaking of style you seem to never get enough of fashion!

David:
That makes two of us. How are you holding up this fashion week?

Ken:
Perfectly fine.  Though it is always a full schedule, with never enough time.

Ken Downing & the Prince of Media David Rabadi

David:
Remember when I walked into your NY Office and presented you my line?

Ken:
Of course I do, how could I ever forget that? : )

David:
What did you really think of my line?

Ken:
Well the first time I saw some of your designs we were at a party. I thought they were way to raunchy for an American market. They defiantly belonged in Europe and then you told me you had more to show. You came to the office and I was impressed with your line of ties, very creative, very original and the scarf’s, let’s just say very interesting.

David:
One of the hardest obstacles for designer's is to make sure that their designs find their market and learn how to sell to boutiques and stores. What advice can you give up and coming designers?

Ken:
The best advice I can give is to believe in your line and have it resonate to whoever they are presenting it to. In which, I have to say you did a great job in doing, but I saw and knew instantly you had a great fashion sense but a bigger presence that belonged in a media. You walked into the room and without trying, observed all the attention.

David:
Thanks! Do you think fashion is the most self expressive form for people to release their creativity?

Ken:
Everybody expresses themselves differently, some through music, writing and drawing. I think fashion is the most visual form of expression that can be interpreted in many different ways.

David:
What do think of editors, reports and paparazzi?

Ken:
Everybody has a job to do. I will say, I love that you are not caught up in the façade. You can reach out to any A-list celeb you want but you chose to write about what inspires you, that shows you have passion and you care about making a difference for the better.

David:
I don't want to make you fashionably late to your next show. What are your fashion tips to the readers?

Ken:
Wear what makes you comfortable and always wear the right size. It's a pleasure to speak with you Mr. Prince of Media as always.

Prince of Media David Rabdi & Ken Downing

David:
Thank you fashion Ken. You are truly a rare talent that I am grateful I can call a friend. Readers all I can tell you is what goes around comes around. Then all shady people get what they deserve!!! I am a fashion survivor taken back my style and like Ken said, wearing what makes me comfortable and always the right size. Time for me to stop letter tapping and cat walk away from every shady style I have ever encountered, throw on my  Louboutins and cat walk out the door MEOW!!! Come on readers click and walk it out!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=un_t42NMJnE

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