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2014: Rachel Zoe moves her New York Fashion Week debut to L.A.

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Rachel Zoe fashion fans take note. Yesterday fashion forward reporters said Zoe has canceled her spot in the New York Fashion Week line-up, a few weeks before it was scheduled for Feb. 13, 2014.

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Don’t be alarmed though. Not seeing her apparel on the famed show date isn't a total loss. Zoe said she would complete the show at later time, but in Los Angeles.

"While I look forward to New York Fashion Week each season, I've made the difficult decision to move our fall 2014 runway show from Feb. 13 in New York to a later date in Los Angeles," she said in a statement.

What? Yes -- say goodbye to Rachel Zoe’s red carpet adored fashion wear normally seen on New York Fashion Week’s cat walk. Zoe’s line is moving west, at least this year. Seems fitting, since L.A. has some spectacular year-round weather that would pair incredibly perfect with her line.

Zoe informed fashion reporters and fashion followers the reason behind her cancellation.

In a press statement she said motherhood was her first priority. Adding, that she isn’t willing to sacrifice the time needed for New York Fashion Week when it’s between her (second) newborn son. Adding, that she wants the “time required to appropriately prepare for the show in New York,”

After all, she is a bit of a perfectionist. Reports indicate this is the first time she has been absent from the famed New York Fashion Week. Can her fashion fans blame her? She's putting family first.

Zoe’s inspired threads are a mixology of mod-tailored lines inspired by Parisian styles, 60’s, and textured tweeds. Her clothes can meet anyone’s style-flavor.

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