Fashion Reality TV: Bravo’s “It’s A Brad, Brad World” Premiere

Written by on Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 with 1 comment

Bravo is ready to further entertain the 18-39 y.o fashionista crowd with its new series “It’s A Brad, Brad World”. Featuring Brad Goreski, our fav former style assistant, the show follows Brad in his new career as head stylist building his brand, balancing family life and experiencing the emotional ups & downs that is the world of fashion.

On transitioning from assistant to a lead stylist (his fabulush clients include Jessica Alba, Christina Ricci & Demi Moore), Brad says, “it was very hard. It wasn’t so much disappointing someone else but disappointing myself. Responsibility falls on the boss and learning how to be a boss.”
 
And speaking of bosses, many of us watching “The Rachel Zoe Project” were curious  about Brad’s current stat with fashion stylist to the stars, Rachel Zoe…
 
“Working for Rachel was a very special experience and being able to work with her was a special thing. I really wanted to leave on a clean slate, especially after what happened with Taylor. I didn’t want it to be where we didn’t speak again. I felt I was honest and left with dignity & grace, and unfortunately it ended up that way for reasons unbeknownst to me. It’s too bad because I really did enjoy Rachel & respect her very much.”
 
What can we expect on BBW? Watch the preview – 

Also look out for  Brad’s new book “Born To Be Brad”,  coming out in the end of February. Regarding the content, Brad says “the book is about fashion, about my life and how growing up in a small town and being bullied shaped my life now – with great friends, family and guidance to get through that period in my life.”
 
It’s a Brad, Brad World premiers on Monday, 1/2 @ 10 p.m.  Will you dahlings be watching???

kissies,

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