Last night’s Project Zoe was everything. We saw more of her line, a dispute with Rodger got heated, and Rachel told Tommy Hilfiger waht she plans to name her next baby if it’s a girl.
I know, RIGHT?
Rachel is working on her pre-Fall line which leads me to ask in a panicked voice: WHAT WILL I WEAR FOR PRE-FALL!
She is adamant that there can be no pink in her line. “How does Rachel Zoe do pink?” she asks rhetorically.
The answer is, of course, Bordeaux. Sky’s bloomers aren’t the only thing Rachel gets from France—She likes her colors from there as well. Tres chic.
Rach and Rodge favored us with their standard cute-fights: He needs more attention from her. She spends too much money. Rachel summed up her pet peeve of Rodger taking forever to get ready like this, “I want to ruin Rodger’s life every time he tortures me about an outfit. But then I realize…I did this to him.” Apt.
But their cute-fight turns almost ugly when the couple discusses Rachel’s plan to get an apartment in New York. Rodger is against. He wants to maintain one residence in LA like a normal person. Rachel argues that an apartment in New York would let her stay longer in New York so she could leave less often. I was sympathetic to Rodger’s point of view, but, ultimately, girlfriend want’s a penthouse. We’ll see how that turns out.
Hey, is anyone else really digging Joey, Rachel’s personal hair stylist and makeup artist, in his new role as baby-outfit-planning consultant? He really saved Skyler from being too hot in a cashmere romper at a polo match. Instead, Skyler wore linen short pants with a button-up and straw fedora. Obvs.
Rachel and Rodger make no secret about wanting another baby, though the timing of it is uncertain. And we all know how much Rachel wants (needs, really) a girl (so Skyler can finally get a hair cut). Rachel even let it slip while planning a play date with Tommy Hilfiger’s wife, Dee Ocleppo, that the name she wants to use if she has a girl is . . . Luna.
Nice. Evocative. On trend.
Unsurprisingly, it was the first Rodger had heard of it.
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