This week Kate Spade New York hosted a birthday party for Brad Goreski at No. 8 and aside from the general talk of his love for sequins - 'I try to wear sequins as much as possible,' he told The Cut - he did answer questions about the future of his reality show, 'It's A Brad Brad World.'
The show actually went down really well with viewers and critics and by the sound of things, it might return for season two. When the title asked him flat out whether it will return, he wouldn't divulge but did say that he'd heard 'good news' about it from Bravo. Aside from the fact that I do generally have quite a soft spot for Goreski, I want it to happen purely on the off-chance that Ryan Lochte might appear. Talking about the swimmer's design and reality TV offers Goreski said, 'Can I style the ad campaign please? [I'd make it] so beyond sexy.' Now that's the type of reality TV that I can jump on board with.
Ryan Lochte has pretty much been the centre of everyone's attention this Olympics. The fact that he's actually a talented swimmer is besides the point. It's his other 'assets' that have kept images like this in the newspapers day after day. And surprise, surprise, brands are already queuing up to work with him.
In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Lochte's agent Erika Wright confirmed that there have been 'offers' - so plural - for a fashion line and also confirmed that he's considering foraying into the precarious, and increasingly boring, world of reality TV. Who knows, it could be a combination of the two or maybe a swimming version of the Rihanna's 'Styled To Rock' where the winner gets to design his speedos or swimming cap? Now that would be good, even if for the pure comedic value.
Rihanna is known for making a statement with her stage outfits but now, the singer is on the hunt for a distinctive outfit to wear at the Wireless Festival in London's Hyde Park created by some fresh new talent. To do so, the singer is launching a fashion reality TV show on the UK's Sky Living Network to chart the search.
“I have been very fortunate to work with some truly amazing designers and stylists throughout my career, and they have been instrumental in making sure my creative vision reaches the stage,” Rihanna said in a release. “I am excited to follow the journey of our aspiring contestants and see how their individuality influences their efforts during the course of the show.”
Although refusing to give away any information on the long list of developing reality television shows due to come out on Bravo soon, executives Frances Berwick and Andy Cohen were keen to admit to one thing. "Oh, we'd love to persuade Marc Jacobs to do one" Berwick declared when asked what their dream reality show would be. "That's what I was just going to say! We love Marc", Cohen added, even telling that the duo are 'desperate for Marc' after reading in the New York that Jacobs was interested in doing a reality show. After all, Marc has appeared on The Rachel Zoe Project for two seasons, and with Jacobs admitting to being a 'shameless human being' and the obvious interest from the Bravo execs, we can only hope that in time a Marc Jacobs reality show will be appearing on our screens - we'd definitely be tuning in.
Audrina Patridge is wasting no time to drop her airhead image that was created on 'The Hills' for her new realtiy series, 'The Audrina Show'.
Audrina has criticised the series representation of her so has insisted that she gets a producer credit on her upcoming show, which is set to follow her and her siblings, so that she can be more in control over the way she is presented.
Recently we announced that the new series of Project Runway is set to hit your TV screens on Aug. 20, but it looks like Lifetime want to make the most of the show.
According to sources, the show is set to bring back old contestants for an all-star edition to take place one or two weeks before the latest season begins. The cast reportedly will include Chris March, Jeffrey Sebelia, Michael Knight, Daniel Vosovic, Santino Rice, Kenley Collins, Sweet P, Korto Momolu, and possibly more.
For the first time in a long time there's been much hype and anticipation for London Fashion Week in September and it's not because a lot of the big brands are coming back.
After being appointed as the chair of the British Fashion Council, Harold Tilman has taken several strategic steps to bring London Fashion Week back on the forefront of quality fashion. What are these strategies, I hear you ask? Tilman has decided to bring none other that People's Revolution's Kelly Cutrone on board to help lure international press to the shows and convince American buyers that they need to be there in September.
Cutrone is not only bringing buyers and press. 'The Hills' star is also bringing a camera crew from Bravo along, who are filming her for her new reality TV show, 'Kell on Earth'.
So it looks like this season we will trade D list celebrities sitting front row for serious big players in the industry and more interestingly, it will all be caught on film.
I must admit that I'm really surprised about this outfit from 'The Hills' star Stephanie Pratt. I haven't always been her biggest fan in the style department, but when she turned up in this blue Grecian dress and cream open-toe shoes to the LA premiere of 'Bruno', I think it's safe to say that she was on the right path.
After a less than successful turn in the country-music biz and in comedy films ('Blonde Ambition' was a smash in Ukraine), Jessica Simpson is returning to the genre that helped make her a household name: reality TV. Her new show 'The Price of Beauty' has been picked up by VH1 and will follow the singer-actress around the world as she goes "to meet women, study local fashions, dietary fads and beauty regimes".
"I have always believed that beauty comes from within and confidence will always make a woman beautiful, but I know how much pressure some women put on themselves to look perfect," Simpson says in a press release. The show will begin filming next month and will air sometime in 2010.