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.

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Bebe, Banana Republic, ABS.

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.

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

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

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

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Even the bags look kind of like Kellys and Birkins.

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More of the same.

The trousers appear to be cut quite well.

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More blazers.

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

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And that's it. Thoughts?

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