“I have this obsession with what women wear in Russia,” said Rachel Zoe, as she fluffed an ivory fur hood atop a mile-high model wrapped head to toe in Zoe’s fall collection. “The funny thing is that I don’t know because I’ve never been there. But it’s what I dream about.”
As anyone who has followed Zoe’s rise from Jersey girl to Los Angeles stylist to television star to brand now knows, she’s not one to sit back and imagine the possibilities. She makes them happen, which is why her sprawling, semi-raw showroom on the 32nd floor of 1400 Broadway in New York is filled with a staff of at least 10, as well as her 10-month-old son, a nanny, a publicist and, of course, racks and racks of samples from the Rachel Zoe Collection, which, for fall, includes two new categories: cold weather accessories and costume jewelry. All that’s missing is a camera crew. “We’re not filming, which is major,” said Zoe, referring to her Bravo television show “The Rachel Zoe Project,” which as of yet has not been renewed for season five.
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