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Chatter: Jay McCarroll

"When you say fashion, it kind of connotes that I would like to be part of this fashion industry in NYC, where I would have to play games and, like, talk to a bunch of a--hole vapid girls I don't want to talk. But then there's the idea of making clothes and being a clothing designer, and I'm more interested in that end of it. I just want to put out products and be the name behind the product ... Young designers, it's awful, it's hard. How are you going to survive unless your father's rich? Look at Stella McCartney, her father's a Beatle. My father's not a Beatle. I'm not a Beatle. I'm Middle America."

-- Project Runway's Jay McCarroll pontificates on his life as a designer.
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