Unscripted TV shows are getting a lot more stylish
Reality shows really run the gamut these days. Everything from teen moms to coupon clipping as sport is fair game for a plot line. But thankfully a few more style-based shows are getting added to the mix for summer and fall, giving those of us who love fashion (with a splash of drama, of course) something to look forward to.
Bravo has a robust lineup of makeover and style shows. In addition to bringing back Rachel Zoe, her former assistant Brad Goreski is on their schedule to star in his own show, as is "Project Runway" alum Chris March.
Speaking of "Project Runway," the show has done so well for the Lifetime network that it's lengthening the runway to include "Project Accessory" and "Project Runway All-Stars."
For more on all the style-related programming coming to TV sets everywhere in the next few months, pick up Sunday’s Image section and get an idea of what new shows might be filling up your DVR queue.
-- Melissa Magsaysay
Photo: Bravo's reality star and stylist Brad Goreski poses for a portrait at the Mercer Hotel on May 5 in New York City. Credit: Michael Nagle / For The Times.