Now that Rachel Zoe has conquered the fashion world with clothing, accessory, and jewelry lines, she's got her eyes set on taking over your television. Already the star of her own reality show (The Rachel Zoe Project), Zoe is currently developing an autobiographical sitcom. The show, which has yet to be named, will be a thirty minute, single camera comedy about the designer's life and will air on NBC. This could explain why Zoe and her hubby, Roger Berman, started their own television production company earlier this year; the pair are set to be executive producers for the comedy. Also on board, actress/writer/producer Aseem Batra (Scrubs), who will write the pilot, and Todd Holland (30 Rock), who'll direct. But the big question remains: will Zoe find time to do the wardrobe styling for her new show?
Just when you thought Target's designer collaborations couldn't get any more fabulous (they did, after all, just work with Neiman Marcus on an amazing holiday collection), the department store went and partnered with interior design's 'It' boy Nate Berkus. The Nate Berkus Collection, which launched yesterday, October 21, will make decorating with style more affordable to the masses with over one hundred and fifty interior products, including ikat accent pillows, jute rugs, and herringbone window treatments, all ranging from $5.99 to $149.99. "I created this collection for Target with my philosophy that homes should evoke a feeling, not a theme," said Berkus. What do you think of the Nate Berkus Collection? Will you be redecorating with it some time soon?