P. Diddy If I Were King – Sean John Documentary

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That’s like the tip of the iceberg for celeb designers. Having your own clothing line it’s the first step. That’s what you get when you’re Rachel Bilson or similarly famous. But when you’re already on top, where can you have your designer madness come true?

On the catwalk. You actually become a designer. You can actually have your own fashion house. He is, undoubtedly, one smart business man, he can keep the dead alive (his success was mostly based on his friend Notorious Big dead and reediting his work after dead) but can he really make fashion? Or is he just selling attitude under a big signature?

My road to becoming a designer started when I was around the age of 6-7 years old. (…) The collection is a story of a king. The older king is sick and he passes. And you have this young prince that is not really ready to be king. And we get into the story of the young king and all of the changes that a young king will have to go through. The pressure of the world is put on him. Now he has to be king.

Here you have part 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

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#1 LL Cool J For Spears Collection — StyleFrizz on 05.28.08 at 1:47 pm

[…] LL Cool J (James Todd Smith) is qualified to do women’s clothes (according to his declarations) because he was raised by a matriarch and has a wife and three daughters! Sears Collection with LL addresses young men and young girls, girls and boys retailing from $22 a t-shirt to $50 a jean. This is a normal evolution for Cool J whose men line Todd Smith challenges Sean John’s empire spawned clothes. […]

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