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No kidding. I wonder if on top of the freebies, participating companies actually have to pay a product placement fee? I mean, how are they "selected" for this distinction? Perhaps EG can illuminate the process?

No, I did not have to pay a placement fee. Eric Glennie doesnt make clothes, I make history. My clothing line is very unique which separates me from other designers. I dont need to pay for a celebrity endorsement to separate myself from other designers to get noticed. My products and art speak for themselves. People wear my hats and ties because they like the style. I had a huge rap star tell me I would have to pay him to wear my products on the stage and I simply told him " I am the most innovative designer in the history of menswear and I dont pay anyone to wear my products and dont have to" . If you have to pay a person to wear your garb, then you seriously have to question if the company is a designer or a label. Like I said: I am confident I am the most innovative DESIGNER in the history of menswear and quite possibly the most innovative DESIGNER in American fashion. I have the brains, but I just dont have the money and connections to get off the ground. Also, New York and the CFDA ignore my emails so the center of the fashion world has no clue who I am.
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Eric Glennie doesnt make clothes, I make history. I am confident I am the most innovative DESIGNER in the history of menswear and quite possibly the most innovative DESIGNER in American fashion. I have the brains, but I just dont have the money and connections to get off the ground. Also, New York and the CFDA ignore my emails.

go glennie go!
post #63 of 75
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Also, New York and the CFDA ignore my emails
I wonder why... What you do does not seem to be fashion design, it is apparel gimmickery. Luckily for you this is exactly the kind of thing that tasteless rappers tend to love, but I've seen nothing from you that can even be compared to the artistic vision of most real fashion designers, let alone anything that would class you as 'the most innovative DESIGNER in American fashion'... </hatin'>
post #64 of 75
I was half happy for you until you posted your typical arrogant nonsense. There certainly is a chance you'll "make it" (whatever that means) but your ego/narcissism will probably keep you from success.

RE: the rapper who wanted you to pay him to wear that stupid hat. You should have done it. Since you have no talent or vision, you would have at least had exposure. My problem with you Eric is that you knock generations of designers to build yourself up when you have no basis to do so. You take scissors to poorly made clothing and compare yourself to ralph lauren.

You're still an idiot.

dl


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Originally Posted by eric glennie View Post
No, I did not have to pay a placement fee. Eric Glennie doesnt make clothes, I make history. My clothing line is very unique which separates me from other designers. I dont need to pay for a celebrity endorsement to separate myself from other designers to get noticed. My products and art speak for themselves. People wear my hats and ties because they like the style. I had a huge rap star tell me I would have to pay him to wear my products on the stage and I simply told him " I am the most innovative designer in the history of menswear and I dont pay anyone to wear my products and dont have to" . If you have to pay a person to wear your garb, then you seriously have to question if the company is a designer or a label. Like I said: I am confident I am the most innovative DESIGNER in the history of menswear and quite possibly the most innovative DESIGNER in American fashion. I have the brains, but I just dont have the money and connections to get off the ground. Also, New York and the CFDA ignore my emails so the center of the fashion world has no clue who I am.
post #65 of 75
Does anyone have the link to where Eric posted his visionary designs on a woman's clothes blog? I liked reading that. \t
post #66 of 75
Can anyone else hear the celestial choir, or is it just me?
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Originally Posted by eric glennie View Post
Eric Glennie doesnt make clothes, I make history.



QFT
post #68 of 75
I think Eric needs to meet Arthur Kade and take it truly to the next level.
post #69 of 75
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Originally Posted by eric glennie View Post
No, I did not have to pay a placement fee. Eric Glennie doesnt make clothes, I make history. My clothing line is very unique which separates me from other designers. I dont need to pay for a celebrity endorsement to separate myself from other designers to get noticed. My products and art speak for themselves. People wear my hats and ties because they like the style. I had a huge rap star tell me I would have to pay him to wear my products on the stage and I simply told him " I am the most innovative designer in the history of menswear and I dont pay anyone to wear my products and dont have to" . If you have to pay a person to wear your garb, then you seriously have to question if the company is a designer or a label. Like I said: I am confident I am the most innovative DESIGNER in the history of menswear and quite possibly the most innovative DESIGNER in American fashion. I have the brains, but I just dont have the money and connections to get off the ground. Also, New York and the CFDA ignore my emails so the center of the fashion world has no clue who I am.

QFA (Quote for Awesomeness)
post #70 of 75
I think I found the inspiration for the hat design:



post #71 of 75
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Originally Posted by dl20 View Post
. You take scissors to poorly made clothing and compare yourself to ralph lauren.



dl

just you wait till eg buys into ralph lauren. just you wait.
post #72 of 75
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Originally Posted by eric glennie View Post
No, I did not have to pay a placement fee. Eric Glennie doesnt make clothes, I make history. My clothing line is very unique which separates me from other designers. I dont need to pay for a celebrity endorsement to separate myself from other designers to get noticed. My products and art speak for themselves. People wear my hats and ties because they like the style. I had a huge rap star tell me I would have to pay him to wear my products on the stage and I simply told him " I am the most innovative designer in the history of menswear and I dont pay anyone to wear my products and dont have to" . If you have to pay a person to wear your garb, then you seriously have to question if the company is a designer or a label. Like I said: I am confident I am the most innovative DESIGNER in the history of menswear and quite possibly the most innovative DESIGNER in American fashion. I have the brains, but I just dont have the money and connections to get off the ground. Also, New York and the CFDA ignore my emails so the center of the fashion world has no clue who I am.
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post #73 of 75
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Originally Posted by dl20 View Post
I was half happy for you until you posted your typical arrogant nonsense. There certainly is a chance you'll "make it" (whatever that means) but your ego/narcissism will probably keep you from success.

RE: the rapper who wanted you to pay him to wear that stupid hat. You should have done it. Since you have no talent or vision, you would have at least had exposure. My problem with you Eric is that you knock generations of designers to build yourself up when you have no basis to do so. You take scissors to poorly made clothing and compare yourself to ralph lauren.

You're still an idiot.

dl

+1! Mr. Glennie, you're a sad sad little man.
post #74 of 75
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Originally Posted by dl20 View Post
I was half happy for you until you posted your typical arrogant nonsense. There certainly is a chance you'll "make it" (whatever that means) but your ego/narcissism will probably keep you from success.


Ego [sic] and narcissism, in almost unimaginable extremes, are exactly the qualities required for success.
post #75 of 75
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Originally Posted by Sartrolliast View Post
Ego [sic] and narcissism, in almost unimaginable extremes, are exactly the qualities required for success.

I wholeheartedly agree with this, but you forgot one thing: talent
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