It's been six years since Rachel Zoe last entered our living rooms (and our hearts) via Bravo's "The Rachel Zoe Project." And for those who missed her vintage boho dresses, massive sunglasses, enunciation of "ba-na-nas" and constant proclamations of imminent death, you may be in luck. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Zoe is working with MGM Television on a new, yet-unnamed fashion reality competition series.
Details are scarce and there is not yet a network or streaming service attached, but the celebrity stylist-turned-designer is said to be working with Mark Burnett, chairman of MGM's worldwide television group, on a show that brings together designers from around the world to collaborate on original designs that will be available for purchase online immediately after each episode airs. It's unclear exactly what role Zoe will play.
"The show will spotlight some of the most talented designers from around the world, and I am thrilled to be able to highlight their work I have the utmost respect for Mark Burnett and the team at MGM — this is my dream partnership," Zoe said in a statement provided to THR.
If it seems like there are suddenly a lot of new fashion reality competition shows, it's because there are. Bravo's revamped "Project Runway" starring the likes of Karlie Kloss, Christian Siriano and Brandon Maxwell, premieres Thursday night. Meanwhile, former "Project Runway" cast members Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are at work on a new fashion competition series for Amazon which has some similarities to Zoe's show in that designs will be immediately shoppable in some capacity.
We'll of course be following along closely as these shows are developed and report back with any new details.