Under the pretense of a moveable marketing campaign, real estate mogul and Apprentice star Katrina Campins uses her former employer's advice to seismically shakeup the industry she reigns over at only 25 years old. In Miami, real estate and namesake mean the difference between being affluent or simply average. Campins certainly has mastered both creative talents by maintaining a fierce network of awe-inspired developers and contractors while eminating charm and charisma which characterize the now-famous Campins surname. Under the direction of Apprenctice producer and development tycoon Donald Trump, Campins graces the nightlife of Miami not to enjoy pricey cocktails at such aristocratic destinations as the Gansevoort South, but to procure prospective clients and woo young executives with her Fifth Avenue designer garments and flashy jeweled accessories.
Initially, we all thought Taylor Jacobson was fed up with Brad's bow ties and Rachel Zoe's pretentious styling ways - since, of course, Taylor was the real force behind the business and its show.
But, sources are coming forth speaking on Zoe's attempt to ruin Jacobson's career - who, by the way is working on launching her own styling company. Almost immediately after Jacobson sent off pretty little goodbye letters to her contacts, Zoe followed up with a few nasty words of wisdom to the shared network, with the intent to ruin any future connections for Jacobson.
Apparently, she's not stopping there - Jacobson's hairstylist contacted her to mention she could only style her hair secretly from home, due to Zoe's "freak out."
Her hairstylist, Rachel?
Awkwardly, this makes for better television than Rachel's severe case of hypochondria.