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The Rachel Zoe Project
Genre Reality/Docudrama
Directed by Benjamin Hurvitz
Starring Rachel Zoe
Theme music composer Heloise and the Savoir Faire
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 14 (13 aired)
Executive producer(s) Christian Barcellos
Andy Cohen
Shari Levine
Jamie Paticof
Rachel Zoe
Producer(s) Sheadlea Chapman
Ester Frank
Ilene Merenstein
Edward Schindler
Running time 60 mins.
Original channel Bravo
Original airing September 9, 2008
External links
Official website

The Rachel Zoe Project is an American reality docudrama series that premiered on September 9, 2008 on the Bravo television network. The show also airs on Arena in Australia, on Really in the United Kingdom and on SIC Mulher in Portugal



The series follows the life of celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe and her attempts to balance her professional life with her personal life while dealing with her fighting assistants and her husband-partner Rodger Berman. The Rachel Zoe Project also features Zoe's longtime assistant Taylor Jacobson and Brad Goreski, Jacobson's newly hired assistant who clash due to conflicting personalities.

Season 2

The Rachel Zoe Project was confirmed by Bravo for a second season on December 5, 2008. Production began in January 2009. Zoe was spotted during Paris Fashion Week 2009, being followed by a TV crew filming footage for the show. Season 2 aired from August 24, 2009 to Oct 12, 2009 on Bravo.[1] It was reported on that designers like Giorgio Armani, John Galliano, Christian Lacroix, Karl Lagerfeld, Giambattista Valli, Diane Von Furstenberg and Matthew Williamson would make guest appearances.[2]

Season 3

Bravo confirmed on January 10th, 2010 that The Rachel Zoe Project will return for a third season via Andy Cohen's Twitter page.[3]



Season 1

Episode number Production code Episode title Original air date Guest appearances(s)
1 101 "Fashion Makes the Star Makes the Fashion" September 9, 2008 Joy Bryant and Michael Kors
2 102 "Award Season, that's Bananas!" September 16, 2008 Debra Messing
3 103 "Fashion Week to Die!" September 23, 2008 Michael Kors and Donna Karan
4 104 "Fashion the Cruel Mistress" September 30, 2008 Diane von Fürstenberg, Oscar de la Renta, Marc Jacobs, and Zac Posen
5 105 "Awash in Red Carpet" October 7, 2008 Molly Sims
6 106 "Shut It Down at the Oscars" October 14, 2008 Jennifer Garner

Season 2

Episode number Production code Episode title Original air date Guest appearances(s)
1 (7) 201 "Dressless for the Globes" August 24, 2009
2 (8) 202 "Front Row at N.Y. Fashion Week" August 31, 2009 Lindsay Lohan, Giorgio Armani, Diane von Fürstenberg, Georgina Chapman & Karen Craig (Marchesa)
3 (9) 203 "Star Studded Oscar Week" September 7, 2009 Liv Tyler
4 (10) 204 "`Pin Thin' and Pissed Off" September 14, 2009 Nicole Richie, Natalia Vodianova
5 (11) 205 "Meltdown" September 21, 2009 Ashton Kutcher
6 (12) 206 "Paris Dilemma" September 28, 2009 -
7 (13) 207 "Paris Crisis" October 5, 2009 Christian Lacroix, Esteban Cortazar, Giambattista Valli, Karl Lagerfeld, John Galliano, Marc Jacobs
8 (14) 208 "Fashion Overload" October 12, 2009 Jessica Stam

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