Rachel's nickname is Lettuce Cup.
Rachel styled celebrities Jennifer Garner, Mischa Barton, and Portia de Rossi for the 2005 Golden Globe Awards.
Rachel's idol is Carine Roitfeld, who is the editor of French Vogue.
Rachel wanted to dance at Studio 54 and fly to exotic destinations.
Rachel is the daughter of wealthy art collectors.
Growing up, Rachel was fascinated by iconic clothing designer Halston.
Rachel is friends with Tamara Mellon, who is the president of Jimmy Choo.
Rachel is a major in sociology and psychology.
Rachel wasn't trained in formal fashion.
Rachel earns about $6,000 a day.
Rachel is the celebrity stylist of Nicole Richie and Lindsay Lohan.
Rachel is married to Rodger Berman, who was once an investment banker and is now a producer for award shows in television.
Rachel worked as a stylist for YM magazine in 1996.
Rachel's last name is pronounced as 'ZOH'.
Rachel's trademarks are her very tan skin, long blond hair, ropes of gold chains around her neck, and enormous Chanel shades.
Rachel is a professional fashion stylist.
Rachel graduated from George Washington University in 1993.
Rachel: It has to be the big picture for me. A lot of people saw this job as you put them in a dress and that's all. I didn't see it that way. I want them to look great all the time. And I don't nickel-and-dime people. A lot of stylists say they are hired for this, this and this so that's the only thing I'm going to dress them for. I'm like, are you nuts? If my client calls me and says I'm going to a friend's premiere, I'll say, come over and let's do something cute. And I won't bill them for that.
Rachel: I'm not trying to make people look like me. But when you spend a lot of time with someone, you rub off on each other. I think I'm kind of an older sister to Lindsay and Nicole.
Rachel: Around three years ago, everything began to change. The nature of what, or who, is a celebrity has expanded. We aren't saving lives here, but we are creating images, and images create opportunities in a lot of areas.