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Topic - The Rachel Zoe Project
Comparing season one with season two of Brad Goreski's reality TV show is like looking at before and after makeover photos.
Brad Goreski has new clients who include Swedish actress Noomi Rapace, a new TV show and a new gig styling for Kate Spade New York.
Larry King said he invested $700,000 with Wall Street scammer Bernard Madoff but was lucky enough to get it all back.
Reality TV star Brad Goreski says there are no hard feelings between him and celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe despite their much buzzed-about professional split.
When he dressed Alba for the Golden Globe Awards, "it was the first dress that we tried on," Goreski said.
He said a stylist has to able to say why something doesn't look great on a client or why it won't be received well.