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A Peek Inside Bravo Star Brad Goreski's NYC Hotel Room

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    It's a Brad Brad World. At least that's the name of Brad Goreski's upcoming show on Bravo, and judging by our one-afternoon-stand with him at the Mercer Hotel, we're going to have to concur with the network executives. Indeed, never before has a reality-TV supporting character ever been so destined for a starring role, as fans of The Rachel Zoe project can no doubt obsessively attest to. During our hang-out session in his suite, we realized that talking to Brad is like watching catchphrases happen instantaneously—his comedy, like his style (who do you think started the studded Louboutin oxford trend?), is always on. The L.A.-based stylist, who's been in town since the Met Ball, is headlining, alongside designer Chris Benz, tonight's Art Rocks! benefit, proceeds of which go to the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center At Columbia University Medical Center. Sexy (thanks Terry for showing us those abs!), funny as all get-out, and charitable? We don't even care that we had to do the walk of shame at 4 p.m.

    ROCK OUT: Here's your last chance to party with Brad, Chris Benz, and all of NYC's fash-pack tonight at Art Rocks! at the Bowery Hotel. Grab your tickets, and more info, here.

    Click through to see Brad's travel style, plus check out the style stars fave grooming products .


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