NEW YORK (AP) -- Brad Goreski has new clients who include Swedish actress Noomi Rapace, a new TV show and a new gig styling for Kate Spade New York.
What he doesn't have is any interest in rehashing a feud with his former boss Rachel Zoe, who accused him of ditching her right before the Oscars and trying to steal her clients when he struck out on his own in 2010.
"How am I dealing with it? I have no comment about it. That's how I'm putting it to rest. I wish her all the best," Goreski said Friday at the Kate Spade presentation during New York Fashion Week.
He has denied both accusations in the past. Otherwise, life is really, really good for the Bravo star of "It's a Brad, Brad World."
The show premiered last month. It takes on Goreski's life in Los Angeles with his partner of 10 years, TV writer Gary Janetti, as he moves from storing glamorous clothes for clients in his garage into a comfy work space of his own. And the tears. He cries a lot.
On TV, Goreski bemoans his short client list, but he said business has picked up off-screen with jobs for Rapace, Christina Ricci, Rashida Jones and Abigail Spencer.
"Times have changed, luckily," said the 34-year-old from Ontario.
Goreski hinted "something so magical happens between Gary and myself" as the show's first season comes to a close. He was mum about the details.
Janetti appears not so terribly comfortable at times on the show. Has he settled into his role as a co-star?
"He's a very private person and has been his whole life," Goreski said. "Opening up our lives and our home and all the inner workings of our private life is something a little daunting, but it's very true to who we really are every single day."