FASHION BY BRAVO TURNS TUESDAYS INTO THE MOST STYLISH NIGHT OF THE WEEK BEGINNING AUGUST 2
"The Rachel Zoe Project" Returns At 9pm Followed By Two New Series "Fashion Hunters" At 10pm And "Mad Fashion" At 10:30pm
NEW YORK - June 14, 2011 - From outrageous costumes to vintage treasures, Bravo is a one-stop shop for trendsetters every Tuesday night beginning August 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT with three back-to-back fashion series. Combining drama with glam, "The Rachel Zoe Project" returns for a fourth season followed by two new stylish series - "Fashion Hunters" at 10 p.m. ET/PT featuring the team at New York City's Second Time Around consignment shop and "Mad Fashion" at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT with over-the-top designer Chris March. For more information, visit www.BravoTV.com and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BravoPR.
This season "The Rachel Zoe Project" gets up close and personal with the celebrity stylist as she continues to expand her business as well as her family. Zoe goes bananas as she juggles and manages her new team, clothing line and celeb clients all while preparing for motherhood.
Whether it is a classic Chanel suit or this season's hottest Jimmy Choo shoes, "Fashion Hunters" follows the fashionistas at Second Time Around as they go out searching the attics, closets and garages of New York's elite. Far from the land of thrift, this hip shop makes dreams come true for shoppers looking for designer fashions on a budget. The team has to deal with demanding customers from savvy socialites to downtown hipsters looking to sell back or buy their next great "get."
Former Project Runway alum, Chris March, has something up his sleeve in "Mad Fashion" From start to finish, viewers will see March and his eccentric crew as they create one-of-a-kind designs for his high-profile clientele. No creation or idea is too crazy for this team as they design Jennifer Coolidge's Mardi-Gras float ensemble and model Chrissy Teigen's gown for the MET Costume Gala. Tensions rise as March pushes the boundaries of fashion and challenges his clients' comfort zones. In the end, will the design fulfill the client's fashion fantasy or will it turn out to be more than they can handle? For a sneak peek go to http://www.bravotv.com/mad-fashion/season-1/videos/elaborate-outrageous-and-completely-mad .
"The Rachel Zoe Project" is produced by Original Media for Bravo, with Charlie Corwin, Rachel Zoe, Jamie Patricof and Michaline Babich serving as executive producers.
"Fashion Hunters" is produced by Leftfield Pictures for Bravo, with Brent Montgomery, David George, Colby Gaines and Matt Anderson serving as executive producers.
"Mad Fashion" is produced by Matt Westmore Media and No Regrets Entertainment for Bravo. Matt Westmore and Noah Scheinmann serve as executive producers and Dean Slotar as the series showrunner.
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