Rachel Zoe Wants to Launch Fragrances and Hopefully Candles One Day

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Rachel Zoe isn’t just a person. She’s becoming a lifestyle. And it goes way beyond furry vests, rings weighty enough to kill a man, and clothes billowy enough to sail small boats. First, she’ll launch her QVC accessories line, complete with faux-fur items and chunky jewelry, all for under $100. “A lot of glamour for not a lot of money,” Zoe, who seems to wear only very expensive things, tells USA Today. After that she’ll launch an as-yet-unnamed collection of fragrances and skin-care products, which will probably come with banana extracts and potassium infusions, respectively. But she won’t stop there:

“I want to give people a lifestyle. I don’t want to (just) give them great jewelry or a great vest,” Zoe says. “Candles, bedding, pillows, books, whatever it is. I want to do everything. But I won’t let go of styling, either.”

Rachel Zoe isn’t just a person. She’s becoming a lifestyle. And it goes way beyond furry vests, rings weighty enough to kill a man, and clothes billowy enough to sail small boats. First, she’ll launch her QVC accessories line, complete with faux-fur items and chunky jewelry, all for under $100. “A lot of glamour for not a lot of money,” Zoe, who seems to wear only very expensive things, tells USA Today. After that she’ll launch an as-yet-unnamed collection of fragrances and skin-care products, which will probably come with banana extracts and potassium infusions, respectively. But she won’t stop there:

Rachel Zoe Wants to Launch Fragrances and Hopefully Candles One Day