‘The Rachel Zoe Project’ returns in August


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Bravo is looking to shut it down this summer. ‘The Rachel Zoe Project,’ which follows the bananas!-style lifestyle of the celebrity stylist, will return for its third season in August.

In the past, viewers have watched as pint-sized Zoe struggled with her chaotic existence, from mulling over what couture frock Anne Hathaway should wear to the Academy Awards and fashion show-hopping to dealing with peeved employees while managing her vertigo.


This season will see the expansion of Zoe’s business -- she’s got a clothing line with QVC and a high-end jewelry collection ... and a burgeoning social media following. She’s also parted ways with longtime disgruntled worker Taylor Jacobson, so there will be an addition to the stylist’s team. And bespectacled Brad Goreski is back, elevated from styling associate to the newly created role of style director.

The star-studded season will include appearances from Demi Moore, Molly Sims, Gwen Stefani and the fashionisto of the ice skating world, Johnny Weir.

The series’ second season was its highest rated, averaging 740,000 adults 18-49 and 1.01 million total viewers, according to the network.

Season three premieres Tuesday, Aug. 3 at 11 p.m. ET/PT.

-- Yvonne Villarreal