Fans fell in love with Scarlett for his elegant designs, fabulous personality and cotton-candy nimbus of blond hair. After “Project Runway,” Scarlett produced couture collections under his name and appeared as a fashion designer and commentator on MTV, E!, Discovery Channel and Logo networks and NBC’s “Today” show, and has been published in the New York Daily News, Life & Style, Elle, US Weekly and iVillage. In January 2006, New York design house Amsale announced that he had joined the company as creative director of the Kenneth Pool label.
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