It seems a new baby boy isn't the only delivery Rachel Zoe will be making in the near future. WWD just released pics of a photo shoot with the very preggers Zoe (in thigh-high boots no less!) for Zoe's new contemporary collection, aptly named the "Rachel Zoe Collection." What should you expect? Zoe's signature '70s style is ever-present and very tailored—think Le Smoking jackets and feminine Marc Jacobs-like influences. And while the offerings aren't Target priced, they're also not Victoria Beckham expensive either: Expect to shell out $200 for a day dress to $700 for a full tuxedo look. Although Zoe's manufacturer says they haven't exactly lined up any retailers to, you know, buy the clothing yet, they have high hopes, seeing the line as a peer to Alexander Wang, Diane von Furstenberg, and Marc by Marc Jacobs. If Zoe's very successful (but more affordable) QVC line is any indication, they shouldn't have any problems selling the Zoe brand, which is sure to only get more exposure with season four of the Rachel Zoe Project already in the works. Looks like baby Zoe will not only be the best dressed babe in the land, but also the heir to quite the fashion empire! Some babies have all the luck.
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