The collection, a collaboration with über-manufacturer Li & Fung, is the first that Zoe herself has designed in line with the current fashion trends and calendars.
The collection has a serious 1970s vibe, but still remains new looking. Tailoring is the calling card for this collection -- for great-looking skirt-suits with bubble hems; long, lean pantsuits, double- and single-breasted; and superchic shift dresses, tuxedos and coats. And of course, there are bags, flats, and heels and boots. Prices for this collection start at $250 for a day dress and run to $700 for a full tuxedo.
Zoe's earlier collection with QVC will continue at its popular price points. And while the home-shopping collection features the iconic looks Zoe is associated with (fur vests, giant bags and jewelry, and caftans), her new collection is more fashion aware.
Zoe was in New York this week to show off the clothes and film the new season of "The Rachel Zoe Project" for Bravo, but it will be her last trip for a while. The seven-months-pregnant stylist-celeb will soon be grounded in Los Angeles until the birth of her baby (it's a boy!) in March.
"I've been asked to slow down," she told WWD. "But to be totally honest, it's kind of next to impossible when you're planning your show and launching your collection, and in the middle of award season," particularly when one of your marquee clients, Anne Hathaway, is hosting the Academy Awards on Feb. 27.
Meanwhile, find out the decades and icons that inspire Rachel's style.