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Yuli Ziv talks to Richie Rich backstage at the Nicole Miller show during Fall 2010 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York.
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Female: I'm here backstage right after Nicole Miller show with the one and only Richie Rich. Richie: What's up? The show is amazing. It’s so beautiful. Female: Right. It’s always beautiful, right? Richie: Oh my God, Nicole rocks. She’s so great and I love her and I love just being intense and the energy and the funness and the bubbles. That’s what fashion week is about. Female: Right, and you're fun. Richie: Well thank you, I hope I am. Female: So tell us what's going on with your life? What are you doing these days? Richie: I'm launching a line. I actually have a show on Wednesday called the Muse. That’s going to be offsite this year, but still going to be great. I hope you come. I’ll let you know where it is. Female: Thank you. Richie: It’s going to be fun, fun, fun. Female: What should we expect from this one? Richie: I think a lot of like kind of like a spirit of energy of this living life. And a little bit of fall, winter, which suppose to be mix resort and lot of bikinis and sexiness. Female: Wow, bikini. Richie: Sex and cat. That’s why I love Nicole’s show because she had beautiful jackets and coats. But in the same time she shows a lot of skin. And I think having women these days, if they go out, they want to show a little body. And then they go into a party, that’s what life’s about. Female: Of course. And you're a true pop icon. You did fashion, music, entertainment. Tell us what's kind of like next? What's your next medium? Richie: I'm working on more music that I will debut in the fashion show. It’s just super fun. And I'm working on a book about just like clubs in general and everything like all my club days I've gone out and stuff. Female: Are you still going out? Richie: I always go out. I love it. I love people. Female: Are there still club life in New York? Richie: There is. There’s a life anywhere you look for. I mean, it depends on what you're looking for, I think. And I still go out and I have fun. I don’t go out as much as I probably did because now I'm doing other stuff. But it’s all good. Female: Yeah, you're probably busy. Well, thank you so much for talking. Richie: Thank you Madam.