Ever since “Kell on Earth” went off the air, there’s a major void in our life on the nights that used to be filled with Andrew’s outfits, Skinner’s freak-outs, and the powerful Kelly Cutrone. Currently, Bravo’s deciding if they want to renew the reality show, as if there’s even a question of its popularity. In the meantime, Kelly decided that she really doesn’t need a network, and created her very own YouTube channel called KellyCutroneTV. So far, there are only four videos posted — one about Andrew’s $2,000 Rodarte purchase, an interview from Ava, a true-or-false game with Skinner, and a random sing-along from Kelly to “Betty Davis Eyes.” Every single video includes massive sunglasses and the dry humor that we all desperately miss from “Kell on Earth.” Whether this is a way to satiate our People’s Revolution cravings until a second season airs or these videos turn into a regular TV-like show, we’re pleased that the entertaining characters are back in our lives. [Styleite] Keep reading »
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I love Kelly Cutrone and “Kell on Earth” because Cutrone’s got, well, let’s say, a pair, but I also love her because of her super cool relationship with her delightful and stylish daughter Ava. In this video, we get a peek inside Ava’s closet. The girl is a fashion plate already — her favorite designer is Sonia Rykiel — and her closet is filled with dolls, sparkly dresses, and some pink-and-black Chuck Taylors. Can someone get this girl a TV show already or what? [The Cut]
Last night, on the season finale of “Kell on Earth,” DNKY hired Kelly Cutrone’s team to produce a short viral video, since fashion is embracing the internet as the wave of the future. With a limited budget and only a day to shoot a short film, Kelly wrangled the camera guys, models, and PR girls while dealing with time restraints and police issues — all to show the world the power of a Cozy. So, just what is this object? Essentially, it’s simply a wrap sweater that comes in a variety of colors. But the key is to get crafty with your Cozy and learn to tie it in a bunch of different ways. You’ll show off your DIY skills and fashion styling sense, plus you’ll get to be part of Kelly’s power girl army she dreamed up for the video. Each Cozy retails for $195, but you can get your own 10 percent off today by becoming a member of DKNY. [The Recessionista] Keep reading »
If you’re like me, you’re a little skeptical when Kelly Cutrone says she used to be hot. It’s not that she’s unattractive now, but more the fact that how “looking good” seems to be at the end of her to-do list, well behind eating souls for breakfast and making bank. Proof of her former sexy lady-ness, however, has recently turned up here and in the picture above. Dayum girl! [Fashionably Independent] Keep reading »
Every Monday night, the People’s Revolution team overtakes Twitter, sending out reminders, hilarious side commentary, and quips to fans about their reality TV show. One lover of all things Kelly decided that it wasn’t enough to simply watch the show — this person had to create a blog about it. So F**k Yea Kell on Earth was born. It’s a teeny newborn of a blog right now, with just a few posts, but the premise is as addicting as her reality show. Find random pictures of Kelly and her eccentric team (Skinner and Andrew), pair one of those with a quote from the show, and post away. Welcome to your new Tumblr addiction. [F*&k Yea Kell on Earth] Keep reading »
I’m sorry, especially after talking it up so much, but after watching the first two episodes, I have some serious trepidation about wasting any more time on “Kell On Earth.” While I’ll admit that as a fashion person, it’s semi-interesting to see this side of the spectrum — I never considered just how much work publicists put into making sure everything is just right for editors and their clients — the whole production leaves an icky taste in my mouth. And I don’t mean that in a patronizing, “Anyone outside of fashion wouldn’t get it” way. It’s just that I genuinely don’t see how anyone would care, period. Keep reading »
Did you watch “Kell on Earth” last night? I did, and I’m officially hooked, even though the last thing I need is to add more television shows to my DVR queue. The PR power house is straight up, unafraid to show what the fashion industry is really like, and brutally honest. Working in fashion, I have an understanding of just how public relations work, but I honestly had no idea that Kelly lived and worked in the same building. It seems like a love/hate relationship — perfect because it provides additional time to spend with her daughter, but stressful since her work and home life collide. Last night, we had a quick peek into Kelly’s apartment, and it’s full of great finds — and surprisingly, lots of pink. First, I’m in love with Ava’s white bed against the white exposed brick, and the Baroque chairs in Kelly’s kitchen are a fancy touch to spruce up a simple NYC kitchen. All I know is, I’m saving this image of her living room in my inspiration folder for my next apartment, because those silver accents look amazing decorating any simple white wall. A couple more after the jump… [Casa Sugar] Keep reading »
We are OBSESSING over Kelly Cutrone‘s new reality show because not only does it look super intense and crazy, but it may be a lot closer to “reality” than most shows within this genre will ever get, especially when it comes to the fashion world. At NYC PR firm People’s Revolution, every day really is fraught with drama, and it offers a much less glamorous but ultimately more fascinating glimpse of the fashion world that’s a lot truer than anything you’d see on “Project Runway,” “America’s Top Model” or even, say, “The City.” Is it Feb. 1 yet? [Bravo TV] Keep reading »
“My whole thing is I’m busy, I’m a single mom, I’m working. I’m not an actress. The truth of the matter is, you know, with the exception of my mother, most people who know me know I don’t look great in makeup. When I was younger I was into it. You know, people have strong connotations of what women on television should say and what they should wear and how they should look. And I’m just not into it. The Bravo shot of me on the couch? It looks like I had sex with Heather Locklear and five margaritas.”
And we are. Obsessed, I mean. The bitch behind fashion PR company People’s Revolution — and Whitney’s fake-boss on “The City” — was in the news today. Twice! First Kelly appeared on a Fox News morning show and dropped the F-bomb when discussing that rich, lazy snatch, Olivia Palermo. You can watch the vid here, but this is the exact quote.
“I like Olivia as a person, I really do. I’ve known her for a really long time and I know her family. I think that her work ethic is way too elevated and way too lofty … I mean that when you’re in your ’20s and you are in a prestigious place like Elle magazine, and someone like Erin is trying to help you, you better leave your f**king attitude at the door, right?”
I wonder how many gray hairs Rupert Murdoch sprouted over that one?
This is just one example of how awesomely unscripted Kelly is, which is why we’re super psyched about her upcoming reality show, “Kell On Earth.” That’s where the second bit of news comes in — Bravo has finally announced that the show will make it’s debut on Feb. 1, 2010. Mark your calendars! Check out an interview with Kelly, above, discussing the show. [BravoTV] Keep reading »