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This week we went to more fashion shows than we knew was possible, consumed a whole lot of Lady Gaga news and got to see Carine Roitfeld‘s last Vogue Paris cover. We were also privy to the Grammys red carpet, some fancy dogs and Lea T‘s Oprah appearance. So, yeah, it was a pretty great week.
Because coffee has no effect on us whatsoever anymore, we were ecstatic to start our day off with Michael Kors, whose shows are always energetic, effervescent, full of supermodels, celebs, and enough looks to keep us totally sartorially sated for the rest of the day. And to top all that off, we chatted with Brad Goreski, walked into Anna Dello Russo, and witnessed Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones cause the most intense photographer frenzy we’ve ever seen.
They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. But what about the client list? There’s a rumor going around that when Brad Goreski left his position as stylist Rachel Zoe‘s style director last September, he took Zoe’s client Demi Moore with him. Can you say drama?
Rachel Zoe‘s former assistants haven’t done too badly for themselves. Taylor Jacobson snagged a Golden Globes gig, and now we’ve caught wind that Brad Goreski will be doing some styling for Kate Spade.
We all know Terry Richardson is a huge creep. Like, the creepiest creep. But Terry’s creepiness hasn’t stopped him from climbing the fashion photog ranks — and staying there. Just this fall alone he’s shot for French Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Reebok and GQ. While we don’t get his appeal as a photographer (the porny trope gets really old really fast), we definitely don’t understand how or why he has so many friends in the fashion industry.
Last night, Hollywood stepped out to celebrate GQ’s Men of the Year issue. And while we love a good party style recap, the resulting red carpet wasn’t so much a battle of the best-dressed as it was a collection of famous (and sorta famous) people wearing clothes. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Happy Halloween, dear readers! This weekend has been a festive one, and it’s not over yet! While models have some pretty great costumes, we must say that fashion celebrities really take the cake when it comes to creativity. In fact, fashion celebs like to dress like other fashion celebs, which is all very meta but also fantastic.
This was the week that Marie Claire got embroiled in some “fattie” controversy, Justin Bieber was the victim of unfortunate Photoshopping and Harry Potter stole from Alexander McQueen. It was also the week we learned Anna Wintour worked for Penthouse and that Target made us very, very happy.
Last night, while we were hanging out with our roommate’s dog and deciding whether or not we really need a new cable knit scarf, Brad Goreski was shutting it down at the Lanvin Halloween Extravaganza. And because he knew his costume would be going up against the creative minds of serious well dressed people like Janet Jackson and former boss Rachel Zoe, he knew ahead of time that his costume had to be amazing. And who’s more amazing than Tavi Gevinson?
In case you haven’t heard the news by now, Rachel Zoe and Brad Goreski are parting ways. And while we’re certainly sad, we’re even sadder about a particular rumor flying around about the impetus behind the break-up.
Brad Goreski, style director for celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe, has announced that he will be leaving Zoe’s company, effective Oct. 1.
Brad Goreski hasn’t been a style star in his own right for that long, but now that his sartorial sensibility warrants love from The New York Times and inspires copycat acts everywhere, we thought it might be the right time to take a look back at the clothes that made the man. For starters, this was him in 2003.
Brad Goreski is the current zeitgeist of men’s fashion, has been in the same relationship for nearly a decade, and grew up chubby in Canada. And we wouldn’t have known two thirds of that if it weren’t for The New York Times. (Also, how great does he look in Styleite‘s signature pink and black?)
With New York Fashion Week just around the corner, it kind of threw us for a loop when last night’s episode of The Rachel Zoe Project kicked off in Milan but, alas, that’s still where they were — off to Gucci, and Pucci, and Armani to hunt for Oscar dresses.
Rachel Zoe, Brad, and Rodger spent last night’s episode of The Rachel Zoe Project at New York Fashion Week, which was surprisingly calm and surprisingly drama-free. Naturally, they would like you to think that this a wonderful by-product of Taylor Jacobson’s absence and while we’ll always have a place in our hearts for Tay-Tay, we’re starting to believe them.
This week was full of highs (like all the fun TV news we got on Wednesday — Tim Gunn on Gossip Girl!) and lows (like American Apparel hanging on by a loose financial thread). If you’ve missed any fashion news this week, read on.
This week’s Rachel Zoe Project centered around the dramafest that was the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Not only did Zoe have five clients to style, but all of them refused to be fitted for their dresses more than 24 hours before the event. Oh. Em. Gee. Also: she was sans assistant-turned-terrorist Taylor Jacobson. (More on that later.) How was everything going to get done in time?
When Rachel Zoe and Brad Goreski come to New York, they don’t just work — they make sure to set aside some time for their good friend Terry Richardson. And as we’re sure you well know by now, hanging out with Terry Richardson means taking your shirt off (in Brad’s case) and posing for his camera. Zoe, on the other hand, kept her top on, but she did give Terry the finger. Two, in fact.