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With New York Fashion Week fast approaching and anticipation setting in for another season of everyone’s favorite television premieres, who better to chat with than Elle Creative Director and TV personality Joe Zee? We picked his brain about the recent influx of celebrity designers, his fashion week survival tips, and what it was like to head to Hollywood for season three of his reality show All On The Line.
The problem with reality TV is that when the cameras stop rolling, the drama rarely does — or at least that’s how it’s going with Joe Zee‘s new show on Sundance, All On The Line. One of the show’s participants was so unreceptive to Zee’s criticism that he threatened to commit suicide.
We hereby implore Joe Zee to quit his day job and dedicate the rest of his life to filming hilarious web videos for us to enjoy as we slough our way through the mid-afternoon slump.
Joe Zee‘s new reality show looks pretty great, so allow us to introduce you to the talented cast of All On The Line. To refresh your memory, the show’s premise is as follows: Zee helps eight semi-established yet struggling designers make their lines a success.
Ever since the demise of The City we’ve been jonesing for our Joe Zee TV fix, which is why we’ve been eagerly awaiting his new show “All On The Line”, which is set to air this spring on the Sundance Channel. Thankfully, Zee posted a preview of the show, which follows the Elle creative director as he works with struggling designers to revamp — and monetize — their lines.
If you’re anything like us, you know that Joe Zee’s scenes on The City just never seem to be long enough. That’s because Zee’s television persona is utterly captivating. He’s funny, he tells it like he is, he’s like a male version of Rachel Zoe. And apparently others agree that there’s no such thing as too much Zee.