Rachel Zoe: Son Skyler “Gets Cuter Every Second!”

Rachel Zoe and Skylar Morrison Berman at a park in Hollywood on August 18, 2012. Erick Kauffman/Broadimage

At 18-months-old, Rachel Zoe's son Skyler is already a chatterbox — and a bilingual one at that!

"He says more of the English language than I do at this point," proud mom Zoe joked to Us Weekly at the Wednesday launch of her Jockey "Major Must-Haves" in West Hollywood. "He can count in Spanish and English and he sings the Alphabet. He's amazing!"

Zoe added that her first child with husband Rodger Berman has also developed a killer sense of humor. "He just makes me laugh from morning to night," beamed the stylist and designer. "He gets cuter every second of every minute."

Coming home from the hospital with a closet already full of clothing most adults would covet, Zoe's toddler is sure to turn heads with his Halloween ensemble, said mom. "I think he should be a really cute cowboy because I have that already in his closet," she hints. "He would make a really cute cowboy. He's so cute. I'm totally unbiased!"

Having once told Us that she "can't stop" shopping for her young style star, Zoe says she hasn't given up on the idea of developing a children's clothing line. However, since she just sold a script to NBC for a series based on her life, and is hard at work on her latest fashion line, designer kids' duds will have to wait.

"I think about [designing for kids] all the time," she admitted. "I think about all the different ways that I can be creative and what can be more fun than designing children's clothing? Right now, my primary focus is on my ready-to-wear collection. So children's clothing may not happen for a while."

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