The outspoken character of It’s A Brad, Brad World is weighing in on who was best dressed at Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony! Did Brad Goreski fall in love with Jennifer Lopez’ gorgeous but controversial red carpet look? Find out whose outfits received high marks from the Bravo stylist.
What a rewarding episode for It’s A Brad, Brad World fans: Brad Goreski styles Pretty Little Liars actress Shay Mitchell, collects inspiration from Ferragamo’s fashion show, presents at a Trevor Project event and gets to see his work in proofs from InStyle and Details magazine. Read on for the full recap!
Tonight, it’s a brand new episode of It’s A Brad, Brad World on Bravo, which means decisions for Brad Goreski to make as he dresses Pretty Little Liars actress Shay Mitchell and plans an anniversary party with Gary Janetti. Watch clips from tonight’s episode after the jump!
Brad Goreski is heading to the mens wear Fashion Week in Milan with longtime partner Gary Janetti! On tonight’s It’s A Brad, Brad World, it’s Brad’s first fashion show as a solo stylist (and not as an assistant to Rachel Zoe), and it’s Gary’s first fashion show ever. Even more so, he’s documenting his entire week for DETAILS Magazine. Will he be able to find a dress for Jessica Alba somewhere in Milan?
Fresh from visiting designer Billy Reid in Alabama, Brad Goreski is ready to get to work: a brand new office space, a photo shoot with DETAILS magazine, and booking a styling gig with Pretty Little Liars actress Shay Mitchell. However, Brad scrambles to plan the anniversary party with Gary, and his relationship with his father is tested by personal matters and health concerns. Read on for a full recap of tonight’s emotional episode of It’s A Brad, Brad World.
The last episode of It’s A Brad, Brad World finally brought the families of Brad Goreski and Gary Janetti together in New York City. Though tonight’s episode begins in Los Angeles and ventures to Alabama, it isn’t all happy trails for Brad and his new personal assistant. Read on for the recap as Lindsay completes her first Los Angeles assignment, Gary puts off hosting an anniversary party, Ashton Kutcher gives out fashion advice and Brad meets esteemed designer Billy Reid.
Another episode of It’s A Brad, Brad World is on Bravo tonight, and even though the parents of Brad Goreski and Gary Janetti have finally met, tonight’s footage is somehow still filled with more stress than ever before. Watch a preview of the next episode that features assistant Lindsay’s horrible driving and a look into designer Billy Reid’s store in Alabama, whose aesthetic is that of a “sexy pioneer,” according to Brad!
To be honest, every episode of It’s A Brad, Brad World that’s aired so far seems to be pretty much identical to each other: he scores a new styling gig, goes to another media event, faces a little rejection and either cries about how badly he wants to be great in fashion or cries about how thankful he is to have had so many great opportunities in the industry. However, tonight’s episode was a little different: Brad Goreski opens up about his dark past, coming out, and staying away from his father. Read on for the recap, complete with a little Nate Berkus, Tory Burch and apparently the best Italian lasagna ever.
The season premiere of It’s A Brad, Brad World introduced us to Brad Goreski as a solo stylist for the first time, booking both singer Keri Hilson and loyal client Jessica Alba for the MET Ball. But that’s just the first episode; will Brad continue to build his client repertoire as the season continues? Or will he be passed over like he was by Diane Lane in the season premiere? After watching the second episode, it’ll definitely be a bumpy road to the top. Read on for an episode recap of why Brad might be wishing he didn’t leave Rachel Zoe just yet.
The star of It’s A Brad, Brad World may have had trouble booking jobs when he first started styling, but Brad Goreski is doing just fine now on his own…in fact, he’s the one making all rules! He just released his Seven Rules of Style for 2012! And ladies, take note: he isn’t just addressing men and offers some great tips for how to handle our closets too…it’s like having a personal stylist!