Rachel Zoe's Changing Looks
Although born in N.Y.C., Zoe looked every inch the blond, burnished Cali girl at an L.A. charity event.
For a Moschino luncheon, the super-stylist wore her locks in very Farrah feathered curls.
For the launch of Style A to Zoe, the stylist went for major volume and sultry smoky eyeshadow.
Crimped waves were a nod to growing up in what the Rachel Zoe Project lead has called "the super-sized 1980s."
A hairline braid was a cute variation on her signature mane.
Tumbling tendrils (worn at the Carolina Herrera show) made this rare updo very Zoe.
For a museum fete, the stylist balanced out her pulled-back locks with major shoulder-dusters-and wine lipstick.
She launched the Rachel Zoe Collection in Canada sporting a pretty coral lipstick.
For the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, Zoe topped stylized waves with a feminine hat.
"It was an impulse," Zoe told InStyle.com of her brand-new bangs. "They're from Fashion Week. The night before my fashion show, I was getting in the spirit because all the girls on the runway [wore] bangs." Hairstylist Odile Gilbert then prompted her to make the cut. "I was so nervous that I wasn't thinking!" That said, she loves the result. "It's kind of nice because I get to hide under my hair. I'm keeping them."