^this is a bit narrow-minded. sure all these brands fall into the same niche but when you've seen/handled a whole collection of his up close, you find plenty of things that don't fit with either of those examples. his fabric choices alone are enough to differentiate in my opinion. i'll quit cluttering this thread but suffice to say that if you're at all interested in the aesthetic you'll want to pay attention to what he's working on.
I haven't handled either, so you may be right. I just think Zamb's a little like Geller in that there is no real overarching aesthetic yet... nice individual pieces but they don't always mesh, and some of the stuff is pretty clearly derivative.
Like I said though that's not really a black mark against him, there's certain zamb stuff that I'd consider buying.