About Rachel Zalis
Rachel Zalis is one of the most sought after personalities and experts in fashion, lifestyle and entertainment as a host, reporter, editor and producer. From the top trends in style and beauty to the latest on what is hot in Hollywood, Rachel is the go to girl!
Currently, Rachel can be seen as a frequent contributor on "The Today Show," "Access Hollywood," "The View," Extra, "Showbiz Tonight," "E News," "Wendy Williams Show" and "Good Day LA." She also just launched the hugely successful beauty and wellness magazine, New You, and was a Contributing Editor at "Life & Style" magazine, producing and reporting on style and celebrity stories.
In addition, Rachel hosted and produced several series: "AOL Daily Solutions," weekly fixes for fashion and beauty; "The Style Series," a live interactive online show featuring actors, musicians and designers; and the WE makeover series "Secrets Revealed," which became a #1 show for the network, as well as their NY fashion week specials "Under the Tents." She also represents brands such as Lands End, Victorias Secret, Forever 21 and Old Navy as their celebrity spokesperson on television and in store appearances.
Previously, Rachel was the West Coast Editor of Glamour Magazine for five years, overseeing all the LA based entertainment, fashion and beauty. While at Glamour, Rachel created and developed content, wrote and reported on cover stars, fashion features and Hollywood based stories, as well as collaborating on Glamour Reel Moments and Women of the Year Awards. She also put Glamour on the awards show map, partnering with companies such as Miramax, Weinstein Co. and "Entertainment Tonight" to co-host Golden Globe, Oscar and Emmy parties. Rachel was also an Associate Editor at Cosmopolitan Magazine for 6 years, covering celebrity and lifestyle stories.
Prior to Glamour, Rachel was a television producer on such shows as VH1's "The List," "The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show" and "Breakfast Time" on FX, as well as several E! Entertainment fashion specials. She also produced the highly acclaimed Starz documentary "Fashion in Film."