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America’s Next Top Model got the television equivalent of a total body makeover for cycle 19, which premiered last night on The CW. When host/executive producer Tyra Banks fired just about everyone on the show after cycle 18, she left many viewers puzzled, and now she’s given her rationale.
The weirdest thing happened last night — there we were at our local speed-dating event, expecting no more than a few rounds of small chat and the usual dismal prospects, when what do you know? We get paired with none other than powerhouse publicist Kelly Cutrone! Really, what are the chances? Ok, we kid. We were actually at a screening for America’s Next Top Model Cycle 19, which premieres tomorrow at 8PM on The CW, but the interview room did have a bit of a speed-dating vibe.
Fashion blogger Bryanboy is a front-row regular who, in the past, has been slightly mysterious. But he’ll be getting up close and personal with his audience when he transitions into television with the new season of America’s Next Top Model.
Earlier this week, Kelly Cutrone revealed that a former assistant was stealing money from her. There weren’t many details, but Cutrone is now telling all.
One of Kelly Cutrone‘s former assistants is about to be arrested for stealing from People’s Revolution. Scandal!
After a lengthy streak of flavorless episodes, the succulent drama we love so much has finally been poured back into America’s Next Top Model. Blame Kelly Cutrone, blame the British Invasion, blame the decorum of last season’s all-stars, but there’s no question the show has come full circle from blah to outright bitchy. And we’re loving every second of it.
It’s all coming full circle for reality-star-turned-fashion-designer Whitney Port.
Less than thirty minutes after we confirmed that Andre Leon Talley was indeed leaving America’s Next Top Model, publicist turned reality star turned self-help guru Kelly Cutrone has announced that she will be taking his seat on the judges panel.
They say all good things come to an end, but we’re going to be in a seriously bad mood if Vogue contributing editor Andre Leon Talley leaves America’s Next Top Model.
One time Kelly Cutrone gave us a hug, and we’ve pretty much been her biggest fans ever since. She manages to be both tough and kind, and she’s really good at her job. She’s not just a PR guru or a reality show regular, though — she’s also an author.
Some people spend years trying to start their own clothing line. Others meet wealthy, influential strangers on the street and start yelling at each other. That’s how fashion PR guru Kelly Cutrone and fashion investor (and ex-husband of Tory Burch) Chris Burch started their new clothing line, The Electric Love Army.
Kelly Cutrone, she of the sage advice and no-nonsense approach to working in fashion, is starting her own clothing line. And she’s calling it The Electric Love Army, which, honestly, is the best name for a new clothing line we’ve heard in a while.
This was the week that Fall Fashion Week started! As such, we talked to tons of cool people (Tim Gunn, Simon Doonan and Rachel Roy among them), gawked at some pretty clothes and still got our fill of gossip. Allow us to fill you in on Tom Ford, Vogue Paris, Michelle Obama and more.
In the world of fashion, it’s pretty easy to differentiate between the phonies and the professionals. Kelly Cutrone is the latter. The woman is a full-on pro. Last night we attended the People’s Revolution‘s PETA party at Stella McCartney‘s Meatpacking boutique, and we were able to snag a few minutes alone with the popular publicist.
While we’re still mourning the death of Kelly Cutrone‘s MTV reality show Kell on Earth, we’ve also spent the last few months with an eye on her Twitter feed to see what else the Mama Wolf has up her sleeve. She’s announced plans for a “scripted” show, hinted at a talk show, and, as of last night, revealed that she’s joining Dr. Phil on his show. Wait, what?
We are sad to announce that Kelly Cutrone is parting ways with her Rick Owens-loving assistant Andrew Mukamal. Apparently Andrew’s role on Kell on Earth made him reevaluate his career goals: namely, he didn’t want to act like an assistant anymore.
“Reality show” is a funny term. Now reality shows are a lot more polished and a lot less, well, real. Now reality shows are a lot more polished and a lot less, well, real. And for many reality stars, there is no backdrop more polished — or coveted — than the shows at Fashion Week.