7 Reasons Brad Goreski & ‘Fashion Police’ Are a Perfect Match
Earlier on this fine Monday morning after Thanksgiving (ugh, who still has a food hangover?) it was announced that Kathy Griffin will indeed replace Joan Rivers as the host of E!'s Fashion Police. Whether you're happy or not with that announcement is a conversation (or argument) for another day, because I'm here to chat about the other addition to the hit fashion show — Mr. Brad Goreski is joining Fashion Police as well. Is anyone else thrilled that this beautiful, handsome, and talented man is going to be back on the small screen? Me too!
For those upset with Goreski taking the spot of co-host George Kotsiopoulos, don't be, because he's well-qualified for the gig. Trust me. I mean, he is a celebrity stylist to some of the most well-known stars across the globe. He knows the ins and outs of the fashion world, not to mention he seriously knows how to dress and style celebs. Now, I'm not saying I'm some type of fashion guru, but from what I've seen, Goreski has some great taste. Yo, Brad, you can style me anytime you want.
With that said, and if you're still not convinced he's a good fit on the show, here are seven reasons why Goreski will be a great addition to Fashion Police.
He's Educated in All Things Fashion
Goreski attended the University of Southern California, where he received a B.A. in Art History. In between his studies, he also interned at Vogue and W magazines in New York. See, education does pay off.
He Styles Some of the Top Names in Hollywood
From Jessica Alba to Shay Mitchell to Rashida Jones to Jordana Brewster, Goreski is no stranger when it comes to giving tips to some top-notch celebrities.
He Worked With Stylist Rachel Zoe
Formerly, he worked with another celeb stylist, Rachel Zoe. He even starred alongside her on Bravo's The Rachel Zoe Project.
He Had His Own Reality Fashion Show on Bravo
After venturing out on his own and deciding to make a name for himself without Zoe, Goreski received his very own reality show, It's a Brad Brad World on Bravo. Not only did fans watch him work it in the fashion industry, but we also got to see inside his personal life with longtime partner TV writer/producer Gary Janetti and their sweet pups.
He's No Stranger to the Red Carpet
From interviewing Tom Ford on the red carpet to blogging about his favorites at most award shows, he knows a thing or two about walking that carpet. Yep, Goreski is constantly on the up and up.
He's Currently Partnered With Some Big Fashion Names
Presently, Goreski is working with Kate Spade New York as the Exclusive Brand Stylist. Basically, he gets to travel the world working on print and online ad campaigns, in addition to attending New York Fashion Week. Lucky guy, right?
He's Super Excited About Joining the E! Show
There's no doubt you have to have enthusiasm for this show, and judging by this tweet and this adorable Instagram video, Goreski embodies exactly that.