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The Rachel Zoe Project returns to the tube tonight on Bravo at 9 PM EST, and of course, there is dra-ma. Bravo has released another teaser of tonight’s premiere, and in it, Zoe and husband Rodger Berman slam The New York Post‘s Page Six for a not-so-nice article about her fashion line.
A little over a year after Rachel Zoe‘s eponymous clothing line made its retail debut, Saks Fifth Avenue pulled the brand from its stores. Starting on March 6, you’ll be able to watch the dra-ma unfold in helpfully edited real life when the fifth season of stylist-turned-fashion mogul’s reality show returns to Bravo. A look at the season’s sneak peek trailer promises plenty of catchphrases, open-mouthed stares, and dead-panned exaggeration. “The legitimacy of their company is really at stake,” you guys.
When it comes to The Rachel Zoe Project, Bravo is totally not shutting it down. Just a week after they broke the news that Zoe‘s former assistant Brad Goreski would be returning to the small screen for season two of It’s A Brad, Brad World, they’ve announced that the show that first launched his career will also be back for a fifth season.
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?
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.
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.
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.
Previously: there was Kim Kardashian, there was a doula, and there was the sibling rivalry between Joey Maalouf and Jeremiah Brent. This week: there is a new house.
With less than 24 hours to pull off a major shoot for Kim Kardashian, which one of Rachel’s underlings will pull ahead and impress? Joey? Jeremiah? There can only be one!
Stylist June Ambrose, a style star in her own right and the architect of some of the best-known looks in the entertainment industry, is getting her own reality show on VH1 this spring. She deserves the recognition, and yet there are some people who are already calling her show a knockoff of The Rachel Zoe Project.
For the second week, Rachel Zoe is her own client and needs her team to help her pull off a three-day whirlwind trip to New York during which Women’s Wear Daily will preview her collection, followed by major buyers and editors.
Previously on The Rachel Zoe Project: Rachel Zoe had an insane amout of work to do, Rodger Berman wanted to procreate, and everyone looked great! This season, Rachel has exactly the same number of professional obligations, plus the launch of her new line, and is six months pregnant in episode one. Season Four, baby!
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.
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?
Rachel Zoe‘s debut clothing collection has made a big impression on retailers all over the country. But none of them seem to have been as impressed as Neiman Marcus, one of the nation’s most important chain of stores. Neiman’s will roll out Zoe’s collection across all 41 of its stores and in Bergdorf Goodman, in time for shoppers to gobble it up for fall.
The epic Rachel Zoe/Taylor Jacobson split has been well-documented, and it looks like RZ and Tay will go head-to-head once again. However, this time the duel won’t take place on reality TV — it will go down at two of the year’s biggest awards shows.
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.
We don’t mean to give it all away in the headline, but last night’s season finale of The Rachel Zoe Project came to the conclusion towards which its been inexorably moving all season: despite all the protestations, despite the terse refusals, fraught silences, and not-so-subtley underscored health concerns, Rachel and Rodger are having a baby.