For months, StyleList has been hearing buzz that the popular Goreski might be in line for his own spin-off show on Bravo. So we asked him!
Questioned about that possibility earlier this month during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York, Goreski responded: "It's news to me."
We also asked the same question to Bravo exec and "Watch What Happens" host Andy Cohen, whose answer was a little more... nuanced.
"I want to follow Brad with whatever he's doing in his life," Cohen told us at the Diane Von Furstenberg show.
"As long as he's on team Zoe, I want to see that. I just want to see him, no matter what's he's doing. I think he's a great character, he's a great Bravo character, and I hope he's on Bravo for a long time."
Certainly Cohen made no secret of his admiration for Goreski, who has been working with Zoe since 2008.
"From the moment he turned up on 'The Rachel Zoe Project' he has [had] his own look, his own sensibility with the fitted bow tie and the jacket. I think he's a leader! And he's such a handsome guy, he's so likable. He's a great package," said Cohen.
Goreski told People.com today: "I love Rachel and she's taught me everything I know. But there's a point where either I do it now or I'll never know what it's like to spread my wings and soar."
It sure sounds like something big is in the works.
In related news, check out our exclusive interview with Goreski where he dishes on his style evolution and his soon-to-be former boss.
And click here for ideas on how you can incorporate Brad's aesthetic into your wardrobe.