Brad Goreski's reality show is so last season, according to his former boss Rachel Zoe.
"I won't ever see it…I don't think it even matters enough to me, to be honest," the super slim stylist replied when asked about It's a Brad, Brad World during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. The two had a major falling out when Goreski left Rachel Zoe Inc. to establish his own career in 2010.
On Wednesday the magazine released its second annual list of the most powerful stylists in Tinseltown. Zoe, 40, wasn't among the fashion-forward honorees because she's "too big to rank."
Instead, she was featured in a glossy photo shoot along with a profile, where she talks about her son Skyler Berman (who turns one March 24th), and the possibility of bringing back her own Bravo show, The Rachel Zoe Project for a fifth season.
"I do love being on television and in peoples' homes," she mused. "I'm not an actor, so there is a connection that's real. … But I also think, 'Are people sick of it? Is it time to do something new?'"