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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 is on a press tour for his new show It’s A Brad, Brad World (which premieres tonight at 10PM on Bravo) and we couldn’t be happier. Goreski and his brightly colored bowties are right up there with Joe Zee on our totally scientific scale of Friendliest People To Interview Awkwardly At Fashion Shows. This morning, he stopped by the Today Show to discuss his styling struggles and newly coined term T.P.E., which is to say: Tears Per Episode.
Brad Goreski is having quite a week! His reality show It’s a Brad Brad World debuts Monday, and today it was announced that he will join Kate Spade as its exclusive brand stylist.
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.
The premiere of Brad Goreski‘s solo Bravo spinoff, It’s A Brad, Brad World, is less than two weeks away, which means that both the star and the network are in serious publicity mode. Just last week we spoke to Goreski about the show, his career, and his relationship (the details of which you’ll read in all their glory on Thursday), while The Daily Beast had their own chat with Brad about the rift between him and his former boss, Rachel Zoe.
In a new clip from his upcoming show, It’s A Brad, Brad World, Brad Goreski addresses his split from former boss Rachel Zoe and hints at why the pair have not been speaking.
The holiday season is officially upon us, and Barneys knows just where you want to shop: Gaga’s Workshop.
Brad Goreski’s new show, It’s A Brad, Brad World will premiere on Bravo on January 2, but for those of you who need a little Brad in their life before 2012 (which, yes, is only 6 weeks away), we’ve got a sneak peek at what the first season holds.
Not to get too fan girl-y, but Brad Goreski may be our favorite person to spot at the tents. He’s always friendly, always smiley, and always seems to be genuinely happy to be there.* But as popular as Goreski is, nothing compares to the madness that surrounded the arrival of two members of the Kardashian clan (yes, with a “C”) at Jill Stuart‘s Spring show on Saturday.
The Rachel Zoe Project premieres next week and it looks like it’s going to be a doozy. This season may be a little heavy on the babytalk, but there’s certainly no shortage of drama. In a preview clip posted to Bravo, Zoe reveals those rumors of a feud between her and longtime assistant Brad Goreski weren’t exactly off the mark.
Brad Goreski might have a very distinctive style of his own, but he prefers one starlet’s more understated sartorial choices. The stylist to the stars, ex-Rachel Zoe assistant, and soon-to-be reality TV star and author says that when it comes to style cred, this young actress outshines her young Hollywood peers.
You might recognize Brad Goreski from “The Rachel Zoe Project” (a.k.a. The Best Reality Show Ever), or as the mastermind behind Demi Moore and Jessica Alba’s outfits, or perhaps he’s made a name for himself through his own crazy ensembles, but you’re about to get to know him even better.
She might not have Brad Goreski with her this time around, but the fourth season of Rachel Zoe‘s reality show is no less dramatic or hilarious than the the three that came before it. There are the Oscars! And a ready-to-wear collection! And a new assistant who’s totally unsure of his place in the company! Oh — and a really tenuous pregnancy that everyone is slightly nervous about! Can you say major?
Let it hereby be said: if you’re going to co-host an event with someone, you should always coordinate outfits — and if you need inspiration, look no further than sartorial dynamos Chris Benz and Brad Goreski, who hosted Thursday night’s Art Rocks fundraiser in matching pink and red ensembles. Yep, on purpose. Love it.
This week Scott Schuman and Britney Spears got in trouble, Dolce & Gabbana got out of trouble, and Jessica Simpson just got paid. Christian Siriano and Rachel Zoe made headlines, too. Also, Legos!
What an exciting day! Styleite style star and former Rachel Zoe sidekick Brad Goreski is getting his very own reality show on Bravo — the same network that hosts his old boss’ series The Rachel Zoe Project.
This week, Kanye encountered some Fashion Week mishaps, Kate Middleton and McQueen seemed like a match made in heaven and Kate Moss got wild. Also, Anna Wintour wore ugly boots and John Galliano continued to make headlines.
We’re pretty much obsessed with Brad Goreski here at Styleite. It actually might be a little unhealthy how much we like the guy. So when we found out that he launched a blog this weekend, we jumped for joy — that is, until we noticed it’s hosted on Blogspot.
Kanye West is known around the world for his “original” sense of style, right? So why has he been turning up at Fashion Weeks all over the world wearing the same Givenchy garments as other less famous people? Dare we ask, but is ‘Ye losing his magic spark?
Fashion Week has moved on to London and that’s probably a good thing considering how exhausting we found the ten day marathon of parties, shows and presentations. The first half of the week was good but the best after-parties happened as the show schedule was winding down. Kanye came out for V Man, SoHo House hosted a party for an iPad app and a new Guess flagship opened.