Our big old heart fest with Brad Goreski from “The Rachel Zoe Project” continues to rage on, especially now that we know he puts his dog before fashion. We would totally do the same thing Brad! [E!] Keep reading »
Season two of “The Rachel Zoe Project” premiered last night, confirming something I’d often felt throughout season one: I heart Taylor.
In case you’re not on a first-name basis with her, Taylor Jacobson is a styling associate who works for Rachel Zoe. She is part of the Brad-Taylor dynamic duo that helps Rachel dress clients for movie premieres, award shows, and more. With her messy blond hair that covers half her face more than half the time and stacked gold bracelets and a chunky watch on her wrist, Taylor is rock ‘n’ roll, and she has a bad attitude to match. When I confessed my girl crush on Taylor to a friend, he said, “I’m sorry, all she does is complain.” But that’s part of why I like her. Keep reading »
It’s a big day in Rachel Zoe news. Not only did The Zoe Report debut this morning, but there’s also a preview trailer for season two of “The Rachel Zoe Project,” which airs on Bravo starting Aug. 24. We cannot wait to watch how she deals with the bad press about her underweight look; to see who quits first, Brad or Taylor; and to marvel at the gorgeousness that is Liv Tyler, who says upon arriving at Rachel’s studio, “I need cute outfits!” We do, too, Liv, so can we have your hand-me-downs? Keep reading »
Season two of “The Rachel Zoe Project” premieres Aug. 25 on Bravo, and we’re just dying with anticipation. The Zoe has been tweeting up a storm, teasing us about the upcoming episodes, but she hasn’t been using any of her infamous catchphrases. Maybe she has some new ones up her vintage YSL sleeves? After the jump, our guesses for what Rachel Zoe’s next batch of quotable phrases will be. 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 »
We witnessed some really happy couples and some that made us shake our heads this year. We put the following 10 couples in the best category because they definitely generated a buzz in pop culture. Keep reading »