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Season 4

"The Rachel Zoe Project" Season 4 returns, taking fashion and styling to a whole new level. This season captures the incredible star power behind Zoe's business, which is expanding to include her own exclusive clothing line. As her business continues to grow, so does Zoe's family. In the fourth installment of this captivating series, Zoe goes bananas as she juggles and manages her new team, clothing line and celeb clients all while preparing for motherhood.

Season 3

As Rachel Zoe's business continues to expand—from a thriving clothing line with QVC and an affordable jewelry collection, to a massive social media following on her website and Twitter account—Zoe's dream of becoming a household name has turned into a reality. Tune in to catch the incredible star power behind Zoe's styling business, with appearances from Gwen Stefani, Demi Moore, Molly Sims, and Johnny Weir, to name a few.

Though Zoe is hotter than ever, she still struggles to maintain balance amidst the chaos of her packed schedule. In the third installment of this captivating series, Team Zoe hurtles forward at a whirlwind pace creating red carpet moments, attending fashion week in New York and Milan, and responding to the pressing needs of their celebrity clientele.

This season, Zoe parts ways with longtime employee Taylor Jacobson and welcomes a new member to Team Zoe. With the tumultuous loss of Jacobson, the team must restructure, and Brad Goreski is elevated from Styling Associate to the newly created role of Style Director. The pressure of being Zoe's right hand man is intense, but with the gift of gaining clients' confidence, a ready laugh at the most intense moments, and a stylish new look, Goreski seems to be finding his groove. Zoe's devoted husband Rodger Berman stepped in last season to help the team, but he has now fully assumed the position of Zoe's business partner and President of Rachel Zoe, Inc.

Season 2

"The Rachel Zoe Project" Season 2 is back with the hottest stylist in Hollywood offering an all access pass to fabulous fashion. The second installment of this fashion-forward drama delves further into the inner workings of Team Zoe as they jet from coast to coast throwing charity auctions, attending store openings and laboring to find the perfect gowns to adorn the red carpet during award season. The new season includes some of the world's most influential and respected designers including Giorgio Armani, John Galliano, Christian Lacroix, Karl Lagerfeld, Giambattista Valli, Diane Von Furstenberg and Matthew Williamson to name a few.

Rachel Zoe is as over-booked as ever and the constant tension between her hotheaded assistants, Brad and Taylor, only serves to escalate the drama in her already crazed schedule, leading to stress induced vertigo. The economic downturn presents yet another snag in the garment-hunting process and Team Zoe must get creative as the number of available couture gowns dwindle. There is never a dull moment as Rachel takes her team to Paris Fashion Week, continues to build her brand, and struggles to balance her personal life and spend time with her husband, Rodger.

"The Rachel Zoe Project's" popularity grew throughout its first season, with the season finale delivering a series high across all demos with more than one million total viewers. "The Rachel Zoe Project" is produced by Original Media for Bravo. Charlie Corwin, Jamie Patricof and Rachel Zoe are executive producers.

Season 1

Bravo's "The Rachel Zoe Project" is a docu-drama that follows celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe and her trusted inner circle—husband Rodger and fashion team, Taylor and Brad—as they endeavor to take Zoe's business to the next level. On "The Rachel Zoe Project," the perfectly styled, go-to force among "It" starlets, fashion houses, beauty firms and magazine editors will give viewers a fly-on-the-wall look at how she juggles constant deadlines, fashion shows and celebrity clients.

Every week on "The Rachel Zoe Project," viewers will get to see Zoe and her team struggle to balance putting her at the forefront of a new design business, while insuring that she has plenty of time for the one-on-one requirements of her successful business as an A-list celebrity stylist, where she's on call 24-hours-a-day to shop, shape and counsel. From racing to meetings with designers at their showrooms to coast-to-coast hunting for unique clothes and accessories, Zoe will show viewers of "The Rachel Zoe Project" how her personalized touch has made her a household name by making over and styling models, private clients, advertising campaigns, editorial shoots and runway shows in each episode.

"The Rachel Zoe Project" is produced by Original Media for Bravo. Charlie Corwin, Jamie Patricof and Rachel Zoe are executive producers on "The Rachel Zoe Project."