The Rachel Zoe Project may have left the runway for good.
In the September issue of Capitol File Magazine, Rachel Zoe commented on the future of the show. "We've done five years," she told the magazine. "I think it's time to probably move on. The Rachel Zoe Project was meant to be a show solely based on fashion and designers and all of that, and clearly it wasn't. I was like, 'Oh, I don't want my personal life on television.'"
Fashion Night by Bravo premieres Wednesday with the return of The Rachel Zoe Project (9/8c) and It's A Brad, Brad World (10/9c). TV Guide Magazine talked to stylist Brad Goreski for a preview of the celebs, couture and drama coming in Season 2 of his show.
Bravo has ordered a second season of It's a Brad, Brad World and as well as a spin-off of Most Eligible Dallas called Courtney Loves Dallas.
The second season of It's a Brad, Brad World will follow Rachel Zoe's former assistant Brad Goreski as he continues to style high-profile celebrities and becomes the exclusive brand stylist for Kate Spade.
Another season of The Rachel Zoe Project, another new assistant.
After amicably parting ways with Brad one year ago, fashion maven Rachel Zoe kicks off Season 4 (premiering Tuesday at 10/9c on Bravo) with a surprising revelation: She and Brad are on the outs. She says he poached clients behind her back after he left. "It's not the first time I've been used. I would say it's going to be the last time, though" Zoe says.
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