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While we wait for Brad Goreski to continue his cohosting gig on E!'s Fashion Police, the celebrity stylist and former Rachel Zoe right-hand will invade our TV screens via QVC.
WWD reveals that Goreski has just been named creative director of C. Wonder, founded by Tory Burch's ex-husband Christopher Burch. "In his new role, Goreski will also serve as the on-air personality for the brand at QVC, where the new offerings will begin showing exclusively in spring 2016," the fashion pub explains.
"I was a big fan of C. Wonder before.... This was something I wanted to do for a while," Goreski adds.
Xcel Brands, which also owns Isaac Mizrahi and H Halston, acquired the C. Wonder last month for $12.5 million. Although there are no plans to reopen any of C. Wonder's US freestanding stores that were all shuttered earlier this year, the C. Wonder label "will become available at better department stores down the road."