When we last left Rachel Zoe in Bravo-land, she and Rodger had just decided to have a baby, and Rachel was coming to terms with what that might mean for her career.
Anyone who watched this season of the Rachel Zoe Project knows the central tension was the stylist's husband's desire for a child. Rodger's demanding biological clock soon became somewhat ludicrous. But as writer Dave Mills asks...is that the problem?
On last night's finale of The Rachel Zoe Project, Rachel and Roger visited an OB/GYN to discuss their chances of conceiving at their age. Rachel grappled with the idea of motherhood throughout the season, but finally made a decision.
On last night's Rachel Zoe Project, Roger's baby fever was contagious. Her parents—and even makeup artist Joey—joined the chorus. Rachel revealed her worst fears about the subject, which actually didn't involve her previously voiced concerns.
On last night's Rachel Zoe Project, it became apparent that food is a big issue—for Rachel's husband Rodger. As the president of her company, he has to comply with her busy schedule, leaving him hungry and cranky.
This season of Rachel's show has focused on whether she can make time in her schedule for her ticking biological clock. Yet nobody has addressed the elephant in the room: whether or not she weighs enough to get pregnant.
On last nights episode of The Rachel Zoe Project, Rachel's husband Rodger gave her a custom-made Rachel Zoe Barbie for their 12th wedding anniversary. Or so it seemed. It turns out that she Tweeted about styling Barbie herself last year.
Last night's episode of The Rachel Zoe Project centered around the Golden Globes, and Rachel's new client presented an obstacle: A baby bump. Precious's Paula Patton was five months pregnant, and Rachel explained how a stylist works around that.
So. I was forced to watch a show I'd never seen before, The Rachel Zoe Project. As far as I can tell, someone died? Rachel dramatically said stuff like, "Taylor was everything to me." And: "My heart is broken. Broken."
With the third season of The Rachel Zoe Project premiering tomorrow night, we decided to celebrate her quirks, literally. In the first two seasons, Zoe uses the word—sometimes correctly, but not consistently so—ad nauseam. See for yourself.
On last night's season finale, Rachel admitted to her doctor that she hasn't really been eating, which is making her vertigo worse. Rodger—who correctly overuses "literally"—stepped in to restructure his wife's business to help improve her health.
On last night's Rachel Zoe Project, Rachel finally went to the doctor for her symptoms of "dying," and learned that she has vertigo, which won't kill her, but as far as her business goes, it will "shut it down"…temporarily.
On last night's episode, Rachel's bad press finally played into the storyline. While getting ready to go to a party, Rachel had to dress a certain way so as not to accentuate her small frame and fuel rumors of anorexia.
On last night's episode of The Rachel Zoe Project, Rachel attended fashion week in New York, solely for the purpose that if the country's in a recession, and she didn't go, "fashion week's just gonna disappear."
Last night's premiere featured Rachel and crew preparing clients for the 2009 Golden Globes. Her assistant, Taylor, seemed even grumpier this season, in part because Rachel made "jokes" about how Taylor doesn't fit into the sample dresses in the studio.
To mark the announcement of The Rachel Zoe Project's second season debut date, Zoe shared her 34 summer "must-haves" with Entertainment Weekly. Unfortunately, her little list left off most of the pricing information. We sought to rectify that oversight!