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Yuli Ziv talks to Brad Walsh after Christian Siriano runway show during Mercedes Benz fashion week in New York.
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Yuli: Hi, This is Yuli from myitthings.com here for Style Coalition. I’m here right after Christian Siriano’s show with Brad Walsh. How do you feel about this show?
Adam: I thought it was amazing. Didn’t you?
Yuli: Yes, it's always exciting, you know.
Adam: Always and as usual I didn’t get to see a lot of what was going to be shown before because he works except from where we live, but I came here and start on out, it's unbelievable. I’m just blown away that this is who I like to live with it, you know.
Yuli: Can you give us a sneak peak behind the scenes like what’s going on or what’s in the collection? I mean, obviously, the closest person to him.
Adam: Oh, he gets crazy. He gets really crazy.
Yuli: How crazy? Tell us.
Adam: It's like hell in the 14 hour a day at the studio and like kiss, kiss. Watching episodes of Simpsons while he eats like a TV dinner. And then it's like I’m going to sketch for another five hours, then I’m going to sleep for two hours, then I’m going to get up and have another sketching work day. He gets crazy, but it pays off for me.
Yuli: Definitely. Well, he doesn’t—I mean it sounds really crazy. So, how does it get all these celebrity following? I mean the frontal today was insane.
Adam: You know what’s funny, he’s never—he has celebrity friends and everything, but he never really—he asks—kind of invites them. He doesn’t like anyone to come and they just…
Yuli: Really, is it true?
Adam: It's never. As far as I know and I feel like I know, but everyone just comes and they really want to support. I think it’s because he’s so little and cute.
Yuli: He is definitely.
Adam: Yes, everyone comes out. It's really wonderful.