Rachel Zoe and her awesomely bitchy assistant Taylor were snapped on a stroll in Manhattan — but were cameras actually rolling? We’re dying for season two of “The Rachel Zoe Project”! [New York City, 4/13/09] Keep reading »
Those Rachel Zoe-inspired T-shirts we were going bananas over aren’t happening anymore. Christopher Sauvé, the designer, received a cease-and-desist letter from Zoe’s lawyer. Apparently, “I die” and “Bananas” are trademarked. Are we even allowed to utter those phrases? Or do we have to pay someone every time we exclaim, “I die!” over a, well, to-die-for vintage dress. What kind of monster won’t allow other people take inspiration from her and art? Sauvé isn’t easily deterred, though. He’s come up with an alternate design (left) based on his “favorite things from the 1980s.” Hm. Do you think the Zoe will notice? [NY Mag] Keep reading »
I think it goes without saying that this shirt is BANANAS. Designed by art director Chris Sauvé (who also created a “Save Anna” T-shirt), this homage to our fave celebrity stylist/reality TV star, Rachel Zoe, is available for pre-order at Seven New York. Now when is “The Rachel Zoe Project” coming back to TV? [NY Mag] Keep reading »
I love this game! Okay, so, which five people — alive or dead! — would you most like to share Thanksgiving dinner with? Catherine says, “Audrey Hepburn and all the guys who’ve played James Bond, except Roger Moore.” Annika got a little more creative than Catherine and said, “Coco Chanel, Patti Labelle — she can cook her ass off — Barack Obama, Malcolm X, and Imelda Marcos. Coco needs someone to talk to.”
As for me? My dinner guest list would be six. Rachel Zoe would be there, because she brought me a dress to wear, but since she doesn’t eat, she doesn’t actually count. I’d like to talk politics over turkey, mashed potatoes, and pie — cooked by fellow dinner guest, Mario Batali — with Rachel Maddow, while listening to a live performance by Johnny Cash (after he ate, of course). Then I’d drink many, many cocktails and make funny drunken videos with Amy Poehler, before being, uh, stuffed by Ryan Gosling. That would make me very thankful indeed.
So who’s on your dream Thanksgiving dinner guest list? Put your choices in the comments! Keep reading »
Do you think Rachel made her husband, Rodger, walk behind her because he didn’t go with her outfit? [Hollywood, 11/12/2008] Keep reading »
On last week’s episode of “The Rachel Zoe Project,” crybaby assistant stylist Brad Goreski got busted for forgetting to leave Rachel a fashion kit with which to style Cameron Diaz for the Academy Awards. That kit includes nipples covers — as Brad explains: “[I]f one of our clients is wearing a chiffon dress, and it is cold outside, we’ll have pokey nipples!” God forbid a women should have protruding mammary papillae! As it turns out, if you’re looking to go bare but not go there, Bristols 6 makes the Nippies brand nipple covers that Zoe favors. The pasties style comes in a wide variety of shapes and colors: butterflies or stars, glittery or sequined, Rio hearts or Pucci patterned. The silicone style offers more coverage and is reusable and “paparazzi proof.” With the right pair, and the right ringtone, Zoe herself will tell you: “You’re shutting it down!” Keep reading »
Last night’s season finale of “The Rachel Zoe Project” was rather epic. Taylor was a mega bitch, Brad cried, and cried some more, and Rodger, bless his vaguely homosexual heart, bought Rachel a Porsche for their 10 year anniversary. Dylan McKay’s Porsche, to be exact. I don’t know what I love more — that Rachel wanted that specific year of Porsche (thus making her my twin), or that Rodger KNEW and remembered and actually got her that car.
Anyway, last night’s episode also featured a very special message from Zoe’s client Jennifer Garner, who did a pretty spot-on dramatization of what exactly goes on between the stylist, hair stylist, and makeup artist on a big awards nights like the Oscars.
Oh, also, Season 1 of this show ended with Rachel eating exactly zero morsels of nothing. Even when Rodger arrived home with Mexican food for the whole gang, Rachel didn’t take a plate. Not even a tortilla chip with guacamole! Keep reading »