Rachel Zoe Spring 2012: The Stylist-Turned-Designer on Her Brigitte Bardot-Inspired Collection

Rachel Zoe presented her second collection for her eponymous line today at at her showroom in midtown Manhattan. It was a hot-ticket show with a line snaking around 39th St. onto Broadway. And, ever the perfectionist, Zoe delivered. The showroom was abuzz (and aTwitter) with praise for Zoe, and before we got a chance to talk to her, stylist Mary Alice Stephensen gushed that she "LOVED IT" three times. The collection of effortlessly sexy summery separates was inspired by "Brigitte Bardot in the south of France in the late '60s early '70s" Zoe told us. "It's when she was running around being glamorous without ever trying to be glamorous." Which is quite a thing to aspire to. But Zoe's collection might just get you there. Check out a few more snaps I took of the presentation. We'll post the full gallery, review, and the deets on what Skyler Morrison Berman was wearing, later.
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Rachel Zoe presented her second collection for her eponymous line today at at her showroom in midtown Manhattan. It was a hot-ticket show with a line snaking around 39th St. onto Broadway. And, ever the perfectionist, Zoe delivered. The showroom was abuzz (and aTwitter) with praise for Zoe, and before we got a chance to talk to her, stylist Mary Alice Stephensen gushed that she "LOVED IT" three times. The collection of effortlessly sexy summery separates was inspired by "Brigitte Bardot in the south of France in the late '60s early '70s" Zoe told us. "It's when she was running around being glamorous without ever trying to be glamorous." Which is quite a thing to aspire to. But Zoe's collection might just get you there. Check out a few more snaps I took of the presentation. We'll post the full gallery, review, and the deets on what Skyler Morrison Berman was wearing, later.
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Rachel Zoe presented her second collection for her eponymous line today at at her showroom in midtown Manhattan. It was a hot-ticket show with a line snaking around 39th St. onto Broadway. And, ever the perfectionist, Zoe delivered. The showroom was abuzz (and aTwitter) with praise for Zoe, and before we got a chance to talk to her, stylist Mary Alice Stephensen gushed that she "LOVED IT" three times.

The collection of effortlessly sexy summery separates was inspired by "Brigitte Bardot in the south of France in the late '60s early '70s" Zoe told us. "It's when she was running around being glamorous without ever trying to be glamorous." Which is quite a thing to aspire to. But Zoe's collection might just get you there.

Check out a few more snaps I took of the presentation. We'll post the full gallery, review, and the deets on what Skyler Morrison Berman was wearing, later.