Brad Goreski was only a few months past graduation at USC and had worked for three months as an assistant to Vogue's West Coast editor when he was cast on the initial season of "The Rachel Zoe Project" as one of the star's assistants. Three years later, he and Zoe are no longer speaking for reasons that remain mysterious. But Goreski, 34, just finished the first season of his own show, "It's a Brad Brad World." His client list has grown from one — Jessica Alba —- to include Demi Moore, Christina Ricci, Rashida Jones, Shay Mitchell and Noomi Rapace. He published his first book, "Born to Be Brad: My Life and Style So Far" with Elle columnist Mickey Rapkin, last week. And he has a contract to be the exclusive stylist for the Kate Spade fashion line. Photo: Brad Goreski, left, with "The Rachel Zoe Project" costar Taylor Jacobson.
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