Rachel Zoe's Diary: A Day in the Life of the Celeb Stylist

PHOTO: Rachel Zoe appears in Haute Living.

Rachel Zoe is a busy woman. Not only is the star of Bravo's "Rachel Zoe Project," 42, balancing her career as a celeb stylist with being a mom to 2-year-old Skyler, but also, earlier this month, Zoe confirmed that she and her husband of two decades, Rodger Berman are expecting their second child together.

"Before we head into the chaos of fashion season, we wanted to take a moment to officially confirm that we are expecting another child," she wrote on her website. "We are beyond excited for Skyler to have a sibling, and for us to fall in love all over again. We feel incredibly blessed."

Last month, she gave fans a peek into her Beverly Hills home, and now, Zoe gave Haute Living magazine a glimpse into how she spends her days.

6:30 AM: I wake up at the same time as my son, Skyler. I immediately give him a good morning hug before we play in his room with all of his stuffed animals and collection of miniature cars.

7:00 AM: I have breakfast with my boys. Every morning I make Rodger a breakfast of Greek yogurt, granola and fresh-cut fruit. When he doesn't have an early morning meeting, we all sit together around the kitchen table while Skyler has his breakfast. It's my favorite time of day!

8:30 AM: This is usually the time I start to get ready for my day. Arcona's triad pads and dry ice moisturizer help me to revitalize and moisturize after a night out or even just as a morning refresher: the lightweight consistency is the perfect base to my Armani Luminous Silk Liquid Foundation. I love YSL's Volume Effect Mascara and NARS Limitless Volume liquid eyeliner for a little drama. Also, I never leave my house without lipstick. Whether it's Tom Ford Scarlett Rouge or Tart Envy, lipstick polishes off my look for the day.

9:00 AM: Depending on the day of the week, I drop Skyler off at either music or dance class before heading to the office.

9:30 AM: I arrive at the office. I do a little bit of everything within each department while I'm there: collection design in product development, editorial selects in Zoe media Group (ZmG) and styling in Rachel Zoe studio. Depending on my schedule for that day, I review each of the categories of my collection from ready-to-wear and footwear to handbags and jewelry. Then I make my way across the hall for content brainstorms with the "Digis" in ZmG; we review content and conceptualize upcoming features. Once I've finished on the third floor, I head downstairs to the styling girls, where we select runway looks for clients' upcoming events.

Noon: On the days on which I have an afternoon lunch meeting, I always prefer the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel or Soho House West Hollywood. They are both very private and have the perfect amount of quiet so that I can focus on the conversation at hand.

6:00 PM: I can never miss dinner and bath-time with Skyler. I live for the time we spend together before he goes to sleep.

7:30 PM: If i have an evening event, Joey [Maalouf] will come over to give me a little glam. We love to experiment with new hairstyles, from braids and curls to topknots and side parts. My go-to styling products are Byron's Spirulina hairspray and Odile Gilbert hairpins.

9:00 PM: Half of the weeknights are spent with Rodger on the couch in our bathrobes eating takeout and watching old movies. For the other half, I am either attending a fashion event or having dinner with the girls. Some of my favorite dinner spots in LA are Chateau Marmont, the Tower Bar at the Sunset Tower Hotel, Cecconi's and il Pastaio.

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