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Hard-Hitting Interview: Brad Goreski on His Lookalikes and Wannabes

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"Braaaaaaaad!" No, that wasn't über-stylist to the stars Rachel Zoe spazzing out on a rerun of The Rachel Zoe Project. That was us chasing after Brad Goreski in the Fashion Week tents over the weekend. Rachel's breakout-protégé and now solo-stylist was in town looking for clients and scouting for frocks for his InStyle gig. ("Same old, same old," he goodnaturedly says.) Despite rushing around the tents, the super affable stylist and fashion personality graciously took a moment to answer a couple of our silly questions.

Racked: So we thought we saw you, but then we weren't totally sure because you have so many lookalikes and wannabes. How do you feel about that?

Brad: I think it’s awesome. I love it. I think it’s cool...totally.

Racked: So do you ever walk into a party and feel as if it's like looking in a mirror?

Brad: (laughs) Sometimes! I have people tweet me all the time that they've seen me somewhere, like in a different state or a different location and I'm not there.
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