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We loved Brad Goreski on The Rachel Zoe Project, faithfully recapped It’s A Brad, Brad World all winter, and follow both him and Gary Janetti on Twitter, so we jumped at the chance to cover his book party, which was hosted by Details and held last night at the Tommy Hilfiger store on 5th Avenue.
Last night saw the season finale of It’s A Brad, Brad World and it was a watershed moment, as in this episode, Brad Goreski finally, finally admits he’s made it! But the best part of the episode was obviously Brad and Gary Janetti’s anniversary party, which included a very big surprise.
Oh, Bravo. I thought we were over this! This episode had the perfect blend of domestic drama, styling, and Brad Goreski and Gary Janetti’s dogs, but it was derailed three quarters of the way through by yet another subplot about Brad’s “struggling” business.
There was just so much to love about last night’s episode of It’s A Brad, Brad World.
Boy, Brad Goreski was busy this week! The show made a welcome return to fashion storylines with Brad styling a sheet for Details’s September issue. The premise of the shoot was, according to Brad, “How to incorporate color into your wardrobe without looking like, well, me.” The show tried to make us think that he might not pull it off, as Details editor Andrea Oliveri objected to some of the clothes and had some styling suggestions of her own, but it all just looked like the normal back and forth people have while collaborating on a creative project. Nice try, Bravo! You almost had us.
While last week’s episode of It’s A Brad, Brad World was light on fashion and heavy on family issues, this week’s episode was light on fashion and family and very heavy on filler. And Ashton Kutcher.
This week’s episode of It’s a Brad, Brad World was all about family and very light on fashion and styling. In this episode, Brad Goreski’s mom and sister were still in town, and visited Gary Janetti’s parents, sister, and nieces in Queens. Brad and Gary’s parents hadn’t met yet in the course of their ten-year relationship, and there was a bit of hand fluttering and anxiety over how it would go. Luckily, Gary and his Italian family are chatterboxes and Brad’s mom and sister are Canadian, which is basically a recipe for a drama-free meeting.
Brad Goreski, I am still deeply in love with you, because you are eminently loveable, but goodness gracious the “struggling stylist” arc on your show needs to die!
It’s A Brad, Brad World, Brad Goreski’s new show about his travails working as a solo stylist, premiered last night on Bravo. The network is already home to the very successful show The Rachel Zoe Project, which is based on the styling career of Goreski’s former boss and was responsible for his own ascent to fame. His new show understandably has a lot to live up to, and we found five things that could make or break its first season on the air.
Brad Goreski was an invisible guest star on several episodes of The Rachel Zoe Project this season, and his absence hinted at some bad blood between the stylist and his über-famous boss. It’s a Brad, Brad World, which premieres Monday, January 2nd on Bravo, is Goreski’s opportunity show the world what he’s been doing since his defection from Team Zoe. He took the time to sit down with us for an interview about the new show, his old boss, and the business he loves so much.
Literally nothing changed! All four designers were selected to show at Fashion Week, and Viktor Luna, Joshua McKinley, Kimberly Goldson and Anya Ayoung-Chee had two days to pull their collections together.
Previously: Jeremiah Brent was hired, fired, and in kind of a jerky move, re-hired at the last minute to set up baby Skylar’s nursery. Oh, and Skylar was born! This week: It’s the season finale! Already?
It’s “Part One” of the finale, and we open with Heidi Klum explaining to the designers that they have five weeks and a budget of $9,000 to create a 10-look collection at home that they’ll bring back to NYC. I’m really interested to see what everyone comes up with, and I even like everybody who’s left! Well, except for Josh.
Rodger Berman holds a meeting at the beginning of the episode in which he declares a moratorium on all work-related talk in Rachel Zoe’s presence. She’s full term this week, which means she could give birth at any moment, and Rodger seems to believe that if Rachel is thinking about work during labor Baby Skylar will come out with, like, Alexander McQueen lobster-claw-shoe feet or something.
It’s the final challenge! Whoever makes it through this round gets to create a collection, and then the top three will show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
Rachel Zoe is doing an Elle swimsuit editorial, and Jeremiah Brent is stoked to actually get to do a styling job. Sadly, it’s all downhill from there.
It’s Rachel and Rodger Berman’s anniversary this week, and he was looking forward to some alone time with his wife since they’re not at Fashion Week this year. Unfortunately, the Oscars and Rachel’s billion other projects have made that impossible.
Chris March has come a long way from his fourth-runner-up finish on Project Runway in 2007. The aspiring designer now has his own Bravo show, complete with celebrity clients and a wacky group of assistants. March sat down with Styleite to tell us about his new show, his designing philosophy, and his favorite client of all time.
Joey Maalouf and Jeremiah Brent have spent much of the current season of “The Rachel Zoe Project” getting acclimated to their new roles as stylists and giving each other the side-eye. Last week, they sat down for a phone interview with Styleite and dished on the current season, each other, and their personal style.
This week, the designers (once again) look to the ’70s for inspiration. Only this time, there’s missing money, tears from Tim Gunn, and Olivia Palermo.