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Fashion-focused Tuesdays on Bravo

June 14, 2011 |  2:25 pm

Zoe It’s a good thing the "casual" look clings to Fridays. Bravo is looking to keep viewers stylish Tuesday nights by airing three back-to-back fashion series.

Things are about to get BANANAS.

It all starts Aug. 2 with the fourth-season return of “The Rachel Zoe Project.” The new mom will be sans her bespeckled gofer Brad Goreski (because, of course, he now has his own show ion the network!), but she'll be joined on the network by two new series — “Fashion Hunters,” which followes the team at NYC’s Second Time Around consignment shop, and “Mad Fashion,” which follows the life of designer and “Project Runway” alum (back when it was on Bravo) Chris March. Fans of "RHONYC," you'll remember him from his recent apperance in which he helped spiff up Sonja's outfit before she attended a costume party without proper-fitting undergarments.

ShowTrackers, are you anticipating the return of Ms. Zoe, even without bespeckled Brad? Do you now feel Chris March's cameo on "RHONYC" [much like Rosie Pope's ("Pregnant in Heels") a while back] is enough to get you to tune-in to a weekly show?


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Photo: TV personality Rachel Zoe attends Chanel's benefit dinner for the Natural Resources Defense Council's Ocean Initiative at the home of Ron & Kelly Meyer on June 4 in Malibu. Credit: David Livingston / Getty Images.