All On the Line With Joe Zee, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Sundance Channel captures the drama of reinvention in the new series, All On the Line. Each episode features fashion guru Joe Zee guiding a struggling designer back on the road to success. Critiquing everything from design to production, Zee serves as a mentor while preparing eight New York labels for make-or-break presentations to buyers. Through the process, Zee hopes to unlock each designer’s true potential and re-ignite their love for fashion.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRadenroro: "Bad Is Better Than Boring."||Andrei and Liquica launched Radenroro seven seasons ago, but still fight for recognition in the industry. Joe Zee knows the brand needs to find a voice and hopes a meeting with a fashion PR group will bring success.||45:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoKara Janx: "That Dress Is Great If You're Going to Prom With Justin Bieber."||Since Kara Janx's appearance on Project Runway, she has struggled to be recognized as a real designer and not just a reality TV star. Joe thinks Kara needs a signature look that can fit women of all shapes and sizes.||45:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBetween The Sheets: "I'm Nervous Your Model Is About to Have a Britney Moment."||Layla and Josh are on the verge of losing their lingerie line, and their relationship. Joe Zee thinks they need to change their direction before they can reach success in the lingerie market.||45:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGemma Kahng: "I Want a Woman to Look a Little Mad Max and a Little Princess."||Gemma Kahng was once an iconic designer who took the fashion world by storm in the '90s, but is struggling for relevance. Joe Zee can help, but fears she won't be willing to ditch her outdated designs and create a new look.||45:05||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDana-Maxx: "It's Time to Grow Up."||Dana Maxx took the fashion world by storm with a meteoric explosion on the scene but quickly found herself in major debt. Joe Zee thinks Dana is in need of a business makeover.||45:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoJedda-Kahn: "That Looks Like a Drag Queen Shoe."||Despite the major success of his breakout lines, Jedda-Kahn finds himself on the brink of bankruptcy. But is he ready to accept help from Joe Zee? Tensions run high when Jedda snubs advice and clashes with Joe.||45:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLeila Shams: "Everyone Is Invited to the Pants Party Except Me."||It won't be lack of talent that will rip Leila Shams's line to threads; it will be her lack of professionalism. Joe is confident in her design ability, but her sloppy construction and poor presentation is cause for concern.||45:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoJulia Alarcon: "It's Like a Weird Freaky Friday Moment."||Julia Alarcon is a passionate designer, desperate for a career in fashion. Joe Zee recognizes her potential, but feels her designs are too risque for the women she is designing for and recommends a fresh start.||45:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Joe Zee is the Tiger Mom for these (slacker) young designers!
I totally love watching Joe Zee putting the much needed sense of urgency, business savvy, customer focus and, of course, style on these talented but borderline bankrupt designers! I think this show puts "reality" onto reality shows. It's not just about the glamour and drama; it's both plus real business savvy! As I was watching the show, I thought that I would do exactly what Joe did! Can't wait to see the other episodes.
LOVE - gimme more
This is better than project runway, and i LOVE my project runway. I just love seeing these real working designers and what running a fashion business really takes-- Then Joe Zee comes in with his tough love and basically turns their business around.... even when he made that designer cry. I do have to say, I was really touched by the designer, Liquica!! so sweet and talented. Love this show!!!! gimme more
Shut the front door - loved it JOE ZEE!
So captivated by the free episode. It's like a mashup of the best parts from The City+Rachel Zoe+Millionaire Matchmaker Love watching Joe Zee mentor his team and analyze the clothes. Feels like you're watching the Creative Director of Elle Mag. working in a natural habitat. Producers, if you're listening - please (a) come up with a better title than All On The Line and (b) keep the formula fresh! (More Rachel Zoe and less Tabitha's Salon Makeover)