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Marco Zanini talks to Cathy Horyn

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"I wish that people could get excited not just about the superficial aspects of fashion but also about the craft and all the hidden people who are never visible in those blogs and on those shows," Rochas creative director Marco Zanini tells the New York Times' Cathy Horyn. "Now everyone is so opinionated but their opinions are about trite things, the shoes on the runway or does that girl on the red carpet look better than another woman in the same dress. I mean, come on. Fashion is so much more." [On the Runway]