The Rachel Zoe Project Returns for Third Season

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Who would’ve thunk it?!

A third season of “The Rachel Zoe Project” returns to Bravo in a few weeks! And this time, it features appearances by Gwen Stefani, Demi Moore, Molly Sims, Johnny Weir–and then some.

Look out for the premiere Tuesday, August 3 at 11 p.m. ET/PT, which is highly anticipated after a sophomore season of 1.01 million total viewers weekly.

Read more for a sneak peek of the new season (spoiler alert!), including deets on Brad’s promotion and the whirlwind that is RZ’s life.

This season, Zoe parts ways with longtime employee Taylor Jacobson and welcomes a new member to Team Zoe. With the tumultuous loss of Jacobson, the team must restructure, and Brad Goreski is elevated from Styling Associate to the newly created role of Style Director. The pressure of being Zoe’s right hand man is intense, but with the gift of gaining clients’ confidence, a ready laugh at the most intense moments, and a stylish new look, Goreski seems to be finding his groove. Zoe’s devoted husband Rodger Berman stepped in last season to help the team, but he has now fully assumed the position of Zoe’s business partner and President of Rachel Zoe, Inc.

As Rachel Zoe’s business continues to expand – from a thriving clothing line with QVC and a high-end jewelry collection, to a massive social media following on her website and Twitter account – Zoe’s dream of becoming a household name has turned into a reality. Though she is hotter than ever, Zoe still struggles to maintain balance amidst the chaos of her packed schedule. In the third installment of this captivating series, Team Zoe hurtles forward at a whirlwind pace creating red carpet moments, attending fashion week in New York and Milan, and responding to the pressing needs of their celebrity clientele.

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