kelly cutrone Page 2
“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.
Earlier this week, we noticed a tweet from @peoplesrev — Kelly Cutrone’s personal twitter account — that made our hearts beat just a bit faster. Is a new show on the horizon?
We don’t know what’s better about this video: the fact that Kelly Cutrone had the presence of mind to film herself at 6:02AM from an airport hotel in Toronto, the fact that she refers to the Huffington Post like it’s a real magazine made of paper, or how hugely she rips a Sheraton customer service rep a new one after they bungled her wake up call and forgot to deliver her coffee.
Last night, everyone’s favorite black-clad publicist, Kelly Cutrone, took to her twitter to deliver two very important pieces of news. First, our prayers have been answered and a second book is on its way, and second, that Complex Magazine interview we loved so much? At least one line in it is misquoted. And Kelly isn’t happy.
Marc Ecko’s Complex magazine undoubtedly has a penchant for the following things: looking fly, sick beats, and as of today, People’s Revolution and The City‘s badass-on-the-block Kelly Cutrone. The two collided in this hysterical interview, where Cutrone held nothing back and unsurprisingly, her answers were flecked with bits of proverb-esque professional advice — of which we can never get enough.
They say you can’t know where you’re going until you realize where you’ve been. With that in mind, we’re taking a glance back. The past week has been a roller coaster of fashion news and events — and luckily, we were there to catch the good, the bad (like Dov Charney‘s PR mess), and the ugly.
It’s hard to tire of Kelly Cutrone. Of course she often treads dangerously close to over exposure, but when it comes down to it, behind the mirrored frames and all black get-ups, the woman/force de PR knows a whole lot.
When we first heard that Kelly Cutrone and her BFF Justine Bateman were debuting a web-based talk show, we were insanely excited. But as the weeks (and episodes) of “Wake Up And Get Real” wore on, we have to admit, we were a little disappointed and kinda bored. For a show that describes itself as “a talk show that would express the views that aren’t on THE VIEW,” we were hoping they’d tackle a few more weighty and debate-worthy issues. Well, now they have.
Between co-hosting her own web-based talkshow, appearing on The City, writing a book, and uploading hilarious clips of herself and her employees at People’s Revolution, Kelly Cutrone certainly isn’t lacking for press. But to top it off, the Mamma Wolf was profiled in today’s New York Post. I don’t want to call Kelly Cutrone over-exposed, but I was wondering what sort of additional light the Post could possibly shed on a woman who uploads videos of herself in a nightgown to YouTube of her own volition. Turns out: a lot.
If it’s wrong to find yourself in tears at the end of a docu-drama produced by MTV, well, then we don’t want to be right. The second season of “The City” made its epic return to the small screen Tuesday night and with it came Whitney Port’s perfectly honey-colored ombre hair, Oliva Palermo’s over-enunciated Connecticut clip, and the softest side of Kelly Cutrone we’ve ever seen; it was the Mama Wolf’s tears that begat our own. Let’s start at the beginning…
Last week, Kelly Cutrone — tired of waiting for Bravo to greenlight a second season of “Kell On Earth” — launched a YouTube channel called KellyCutroneTV, which features “daily missives” from the people of People’s Revolution “served up piping hot.” Not done with her plans for total web domination, this morning Cutrone debuted a new web-based talk show called, “Wake Up And Get Real” with her BFF Justine Bateman.
38-year-old designer and stylist Seth Aaron Henderson took home the top prize on Thursday night’s season finale of Project Runway. Photos of his final show inside…
True Whit, Whitney Port’s new advice book is due out next year and will be published by It Books. According to the publisher, the book will offer advice and personal anecdotes and will be a “conversational, fun, and candid guide for girls looking to start out [in life] with style.”
Kelly Cutrone and the rest of her People’s Revolution crew must be seriously mourning the loss of their Bravo reality show, “Kell on Earth”, because they’ve taken to the internet to get their fix of fame. After Bravo dragged their feet on giving the show a second season, Cutrone, who doesn’t seem like one to sit around and wait for things to happen, took matters into her own hands and started a YouTube channel, KellyCutroneTV, where you can get “daily missives” from the people of People’s Revolution “served up piping hot.”
How long can you look at one website before you get bored? Right now, I’m going on an hour at Bluefly.com after watching four short video clips and scrolling through a number of photos on their new Closet Confessions feature.
The premiere of The City may still be three weeks away, but to tide us over, we’ve manufactured some controversy of our own. It’s Fashion Wars: Whitney vs. Olivia!
Let’s face it. Getting an internship at one of the big names in fashion takes connections. Like it or not, only half of what matters is one’s drive. Most of what gets your foot in the sliding doors of Hearst or Conde or any major label is whose Hampton’s house your parents’ house is near. And that takes money. Money that some of the most driven, intelligent, and fashionable potential interns don’t have.
OK, so there’s been a ton of fashion news today but nothing has blown my mind as much as the trailer for the third season of The City. I have goosebumps. Anyway, I’ve obviously embedded the video, but I have some thoughts. And they are important. (And I’ve included screenshots where appropriate to help illustrate these very important thoughts.)
According to People magazine, Whitney Port is being sued by Adrienne Baravetto, who claims that in 2007 she helped Whitney design the line — which was then called Eve & A — and has not been paid accordingly.