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The Rachel Zoe Project

'The Rachel Zoe Project' When Bravo first announced that it was giving pint-sized designer-to-the-stars Rachel Zoe her own reality show, we had our reservations. Could watching a stranger shop possibly be interesting? In short, yes. With two amazing assistants (emotional newbie Brad Goreski and intimidating Zoe vet Taylor Jacobson), a steady stream of stunning styles, and Zoe's all-consuming passion for fashion, "Zoe" was the best addition to 2008 TV by a landslide. Now, that's "bananas."
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