Bravo will continue to follow the professional and personal life of a stylist-turned-designer.
A fifth season has been ordered of “The Rachel Zoe Project,” which follows the fashion maven’s life at home and at the office.
Media reports a few days ago had her retail line struggling and said the series was in danger of being canceled.
Not only has the program helped the celebrity of Zoe and of her brand, but it has also elevated former assistants Brad Goreski , who got his own project “It’s A Brad Brad World” on Bravo, and Taylor Jacobsen, who has appeared on Oxygen’s “Hollywood Unzipped: Stylist Wars.” Goreski's program was also recently renewed by Bravo.
“The Rachel Zoe Project” debuted four years ago this month, and is executive produced by Ken Druckerman, Banks Tarver, Angie Day, Zoe, Derek Wan of Left/Right Productions and Charlie Corwin of Original Media. The docu-series will return on a schedule including “Shahs of Sunset,” “Million Dollar Listing” and the “Real Housewives” franchise.
The 41-year-old Zoe works with high-profile clients such as celebrities, fashion houses, beauty firms, advertising agencies and magazine editors. She and her husband Rodger Berman had their first son last year, Skyler Morrison Berman.