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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.'"
First, Taylor got the boot. Now, Brad is going solo. Will there be anyone else left to star in Rachel Zoe's highly addictive reality show The Rachel Zoe Project? Should we expect nothing but pen-throwing feuds between Rachel and Rodger in the future? Perhaps. Brad Goreski, better known as Zoe's stylish right hand, announced Wednesday that he would be leaving her company to strike out on his own, starting Friday.
During the Season 3 premiere of The Rachel Zoe Project, Taylor Jacobson was fired by — or left, depending on who you believe — Rachel Zoe. In her wake, adorable, formerly bowtie-clad assistant Brad Goreski was promoted to style director and immediately handed a major Harper's Bazaar cover shoot with Demi Moore, a giraffe and some armadillo shoes. As you can see, he handled it masterfully. Goreski talked to TVGuide.com about life without Jacobson, and what — or who — the new source of drama is this season.
Fans of Bravo's The Rachel Zoe Project know that between seasons, Zoe and her slave-driving assistant Taylor Jacobson have parted ways. And the end — which you won't see on the upcoming third season — wasn't pretty. According to WWD, Zoe and her husband and business partner, Rodger Berman, accused Jacobson of ...