Stylist Brad Goreski Just Created His Own Hashtag — and Now We Want to Use It Too
Typically, behind every great celebrity outfit is a great celebrity stylist — one of the busiest among them being Brad Goreski. Aside from working with top-notch clients like Lea Michele and Sarah Hyland, he hosts a handful of fashion-focused shows and is the creative director for the new and improved C. Wonder.
Launching on March 3 on QVC, the return of C. Wonder is something many fashion-lovers are excited for, Brad included. "To be able to reach a whole new customer, and hopefully bring in the loyal customers, makes me really happy," he told us when we chatted with him about the collection, which he described as bohemian with an "Upper East Side vibe meets a downtown vibe." As for his busy schedule? "Sometimes I can't keep up with me either!" Brad admitted.
Luckily, the stylist is never too busy to post a pic to Instagram, making him one of our favorite fashion accounts to follow. Whether he's BTS of a photo shoot or chillin' with Kaley Cuoco, we love keeping up with what Brad's doing. So much so, we feel he needs his own hashtag.
"My hashtag would be #badlikebrad," Brad told us when we asked for his pick. "Because it could be good or bad. Like, 'My flight's delayed! #badlikebrad.' Or, 'I just left Fashion Police and on my way to QVC! #badlikebrad!'"
Read on for the posts that'll make you want to follow @mrbradgoreski ASAP, and then start using his hashtag yourself. With all of the stylist's success, who wouldn't want to be #badlikebrad?