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 »
In case you were stuck in a cave somewhere and missed the “Project Runway” finale, you can watch it on Saturday. Bravo will also re-air the final episode of “The Rachel Zoe Project” on Saturday, too. You can also check out the complete season of “Baby Borrowers.” I’m kind of excited about the Dooney & Bourke event on QVC, which airs Saturday afternoon. On Sunday, you can watch the classic “Mommie Dearest” while you clean out your closet for fall. Remember, no wire hangers, evahhhhhhh! And of course, Sunday is great for primetime viewing. Keep reading »
We are obsessed with Rachel Zoe, and really, how can you not be enthralled? She’s a fur-wearing, über-tan shopaholic who utters quotable phrases like it’s her job. And now, thanks to the Zoe, we’re obsessed with our phones, too, because Bravo has Rachel Zoe ringtones. Click on the links below, and you can have Rachel shout “You are shutting it down” on repeat. Talk about a confidence booster.
It’s Rachel Zoe. We’re having a 9-1-1. Answer your phone.
D-I-E, I die.
You are shutting it down.
Oh. My. God. I can’t breathe.
Oh, and be patient, because each of the pages takes a little while to load. IPhone users, Amelia says you’re out of luck — the ringtones aren’t compatible with your phones. [SOB! -- Editor] Keep reading »
On last night’s “Rachel Zoe Project,” Rachel and her husband, Rodger, got into an argument about how they should celebrate their 10th anniversary. Rachel wanted to have a party with 200 of their closest friends and renew their vows. Rodger thought they celebrate with just the two of them and maybe take a trip to Palm Springs — to which Rachel responded, “You want to go away with me, you, my Blackberry, and my laptop?….Fine, we won’t have a party.” So, my friends, we ask you: Do you think wedding anniversaries should be celebrated by the couple alone, or should friends and family be invited, too? Leave your thoughts in the comments. Keep reading »
I know we’ve said this before, but The Rachel Zoe Project, which premieres tonight at 11 p.m. on Bravo, looks like it’s going to be better than Project Runway and The Hills combined. Please don’t let us down, Bravo. (Doesn’t Rachel’s hubby look über-young? Amelia says he reminds her of Brent Bolthouse.) Keep reading »
Since this season’s Project Runway is the last that will air on Bravo, people have been speculating what the network will do to replace its signature show. The answer: The Rachel Zoe Project. The show premieres on September 9. I just watched every single related video BravoTV has on its website and have come to the conclusion that it is going to rock for several reasons… Keep reading »