Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

Rachel Zoe is not just a stylist. She is a designer, and this is her second collection. It was allegedly inspired by "Brigitte Bardot in the south of France in the late '60s early '70s." But these ensembles — from left to right — seem like Foley + Corinna, Ann Taylor and Banana Republic.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

Bebe, Banana Republic, ABS.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

The first ensemble is slightly Gap-esque, but the middle one and the one on the right are definitely '70s vintage. Still, do I die? No, I do not. I do not die.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

The collection features lots of blazers. And one mormon-friendly get-up.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

Roberto Cavalli does misshapen printed jumpsuits all the time, and we've seen Anna Sui do the tiger sequin mini-dress.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

It's just hard to find something that feels like something you haven't seen somewhere before.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

Even the bags look kind of like Kellys and Birkins.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

More of the same.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

The trousers appear to be cut quite well.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

More blazers.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

The dress on the far right is pretty in a Blair Waldorf way.

Rachel Zoe's Completely Unoriginal 'Designs' Are Kind Of MehS

And that's it. Thoughts?

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