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.
Here is just a hot recap to get us up-to-speed on all the drama that lead up to last night's episode of Oxygen's The Face. In Week 1, the aspiring models were coached by supermodel Naomi Campbell on "Who wore it better?" and posed in front of the legendary Patrick DeMarchelier for W Magazine. Week 2 saw supermodel coach Coco Rocha spin 160 poses in a minute hoping to teach, not um, excuse me, totally tangle up, the models. The girls' effort was for an online campaign for Vogue Eyewear, which was by followed sweet, conservative and sexy TV commercial campaign for lingerie brand Cosabella.
Our Supermodel coaches went head-to-head last week, but the tables were turned this week with our aspiring supermodels declaring all out style-wars on each other.
This week's episode of Oxygen's The Face kick started with the ultimate pose-off, coached by none other than the Queen of poses, Coco Rocha. I mean excuse me, the girl virtually holds the world record for number of usable poses in a minute (something like a 160 - which sounds impossible but she made it happen). The test shoot is for Vogue Eyewear and the winning model who creates the highest number of useable shots in a minute will have her photo run as an ad campaign on www.vogue-eyewear.com.
Most of television does its civic duty and turns to Washington, D.C. for State of the Union coverage (9/8c), as President Obama presents his first address of his second term. (As a curtain raiser, PBS' Frontline — check tvguide.com listings — relives those fun times when the White House sparred with the opposition over the deficit, taking the nation to the brink of the "fiscal cliff" in an installment appropriately titled "Cliffhanger.")
A different sort of dog-and-pony show — emphasis on dogs as show ponies — unfolds on USA Network...