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Elle's Joe Zee Scores Own Reality Show

Elle's Joe Zee Scores Own Reality Show

Elle Magazine creative director Joe Zee has his very own reality show called All On The Line, premiering on Sundance Channel in 2011.

The premise of the hour-long episodes will be that Joe will meet a fashion designer whose clothing line is in crisis. The first hurdle for each designer is to endure Joe’s ‘tough love’ regimen as he deconstructs the problems in their line. Joe’s prescriptions vary from case to case, but his fundamental approach is the same: to unlock the true potential of a designer and re-ignite his or her love for the fashion business. Sounds interesting!

You can send Joe your own congratulations on Twitter @MrJoeZoe. Congrats, Joe!!!

WILL YOU TUNE IN to watch Joe Zee put it all on the line?

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5 Comments

# 1

This guy is such a fame *****, he just reeks of it…

# 2

The City makes him look unprofessional and he doesn’t seem like a boss at all! I am sure he thought he’d come on the show to boost his public image but it’s just made him look weak.

# 3

Definitely will *not* watch. Anyone who puts faith in Olivia Palermo as an employee does not deserve my attention.

# 4
Whatever... @ 08/11/2010 at 4:28 pm

Have TV producers RUN OUT OF IDEAS??? No one cares about this guy, he’s annoying, way too gay, ineffective as a boss and DESPERATE to be famous but America could care less.

# 5

Am so over the amount of fashion related shows already! The fashion industry is full of arrogant and self centered people, who are all more then willing to stab colleagues in the back just to get to the top. Why you would want to work in an industry like that is beyond me.

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