“Bananas!” Celeb stylist Rachel Zoe and her bow-tie clad assistant Brad Goreski have sadly decided to go their separate ways, effective Oct. 1.
“I love Rachel and she’s taught me everything I know,” Goreski, 33, tells
Breaking the news to Zoe about a month ago was nothing short of “major.” “We couldn’t stop hugging and we couldn’t stop crying,” she says. “He did this with such class and elegance. And I get it. I just told him, ‘I’m here for you always.’” Goreski is counting on that. “I hope she’ll continue to teach me more and more,” he says. And while the dynamic duo’s frenzied pace has been constant fodder for Bravo’s The Rachel Zoe Project, filling Goreski’s designer shoes will be no easy feat. “We have a relationship that’s not normal. I jump into bed with him and wake him up and we have these pow wows and he’s like, ‘Wow, I haven’t brushed my teeth,’” Zoe says. “I don’t want to hire somebody for the purpose of the show, we just got lucky. No one’s ever going to be Brad to me.”
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Commercial teaser of the DRAMA that’s coming up on the next Rachel Zoe Project. Disaster strikes Camp Zoe and everyone literally breaks down.
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If you’ve read my previous post’s you already know that Rachel Zoe is a hero of mine. Normally she’s the one dressing celebrities but in this case I’m gonna take a stab at redressing her (because she’s a celebrity to me). I kept her funky retro look but decided to replace her over sized dress and coat with more streamlined pieces. How would you redress Rachel?