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Rachel Zoe Returns On Bravo For Season Four

Rachel Zoe Returns On Bravo For Season Four

Bravo Presents A Haute Night Of Fashion

Rachel Zoe Returns For Season Four

"The Rachel Zoe Project" Premieres On Tuesday, September 6th at 1o PM ET/PT on Bravo/TV.

NEW YORK – September 1, 2011 – Bravo is the ultimate fashion and design destination on Tuesday nights as the fourth season of “The Rachel Zoe Project” premieres on September 6 at 10 p.m ET/PT.

In the premiere, Rachel Zoe, Inc. is growing exponentially, and so is Rachel’s family. With a baby on the way, Rodger looks for a bigger house, while Rachel sets her eyes on launching her new fashion line.

After an Elle Magazine photo shoot with her hubby, Rachel and Rodger jet off to a round of interviews for a potential new junior stylist to replace Brad. Hoping she’ll slow down and take it easy, Rachel tries to manage it all, leaving Rodger concerned for her health and well-being.

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