From red–carpet dressing and design collaborations to ad campaigns and runway shows, stylist Rachel Zoe is the go–to force among fashion houses, beauty firms, and editors. Her strength lies in her commitment to bringing out the best in many of Hollywood's A–list.
Rachel's own signature look (bronzed, sexy, and wrapped up in '70s laid–back glamour) has undoubtedly rubbed off on well–known women as well as a few fashion collections. The Los Angeles Times noted the influence of her signature style on the runways, and many designers rely on Rachel's finely tuned eye. Women's Wear Daily even traced Hollywood's new look to Rachel's style.
With her stylebook, Style A to Zoe, Rachel encompasses home décor, jet–setting, entertaining, and of course, getting dressed. Her mission to make fashion more attainable continues with the launch of her accessories and faux fur line for QVC.
Rachel is the chief style consultant for Piperlime.com. She continues to bring TV viewers behind the scenes with The Rachel Zoe Project on Bravo. Most recently, Rachel launched RachelZoe.com and delivers a trend–packed newsletter, The Zoe Report, every weekday.
She has appeared on countless "most influential" lists and has received many industry awards. Some include the Fashion Group International's 2006 Fashion Oracle Award, the Accessories Council's 2006 Fashion Influencer Ace Award, and Hollywood Life magazine's 2006 Star Stylist Award.
Rachel resides in L.A. with her husband, Rodger Berman, a venture capitalist and new–media entrepreneur.
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