The Graduate: Rachel Zoe
The Bravo star (and last year's No. 1) has become too big to rank thanks to a hot runway show, multimillion-dollar fashion empire, TV show (whose future is uncertain) and -- watch out toddlers -- a possible new kids' line.
Rachel Zoe has seen many milestone moments during her 15-year run as a star stylist. There was 2003, when Jennifer Garner, her first truly A-list client, wore Narciso Rodriguez to the Emmys and instantly put the Jersey girl formerly known as Rachel Rosenzweig on the red-carpet map. Five years later, Zoe was the belle of the Bravo ball, debuting her Rachel Zoe Project reality show chronicling the daily travails of Rachel Zoe Inc. (RZI) as the company navigated celebrity clientele (Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway are among Zoe's loyalists) and its colorful staff (now 27 employees and counting). On season four -- which averaged nearly 1.4 million viewers, up 2 percent from the previous season -- she documented the launch of her eponymous fashion label and fulfilled a lifelong dream. Bravo and Zoe are in talks about a new and freshened-up concept for a fifth season, sources say. An announcement could come at the network's April upfront in New York.
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