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Phillip Bloch TV

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In this day and age, where it seems like every Tom, Dick, and Harry has declared him or herself a stylist, established, old school, professional stylists with actual longstanding client lists are kind of like unicorns. So we were excited to learn that old-school A-list stylist Phillip Bloch, whose clients include Halle Berry, Salma Hayek, and Jada Pinkett Smith, has just inked a TV deal that will chronicle his professional life and charitable endeavors. The Hollywood Reporter, uh, reports: "In addition to getting leading ladies glam for the red carpet, the show will focus on Bloch's philanthropic efforts and many fashion industry friends. Keisha Whitaker and her partner Brian Neal at Henry Island Productions are set to produce. While no network has been announced, the show is reportedly being shopped to VH1, TV Land and the Style Network." [THR]