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Details Emerge on Kelly Cutrone’s New Reality Show

From left: Asymmetrical Tiered Dress by Twelve by Twelve, Embellished Dress by Shoshanna, Silk Halter Dress by Banana Republic, Fringe Dress by Target-Limited-Edition, Ikat One-Shoulder Dress by Tibi

Excitement continues to build over Kelly Cutrone’s new reality show about her fashion PR company People’s Revolution. Last week we learned ex–Project Runway producers Magical Elves were producing it. But we’ve only heard vague metaphors about what we would actually see on camera. Those vague metaphors shall keep us in the dark no longer. PR Week reports:

The new show will follow the agency as it tries to get clients into top-tier publications, tracking phone calls, written materials, look books, meetings, and photo shoots. It’ll also play out the drama associated with producing fashion shows and working with celebrities.



“It’s visually very stimulating … coupled with the intense hours we go through and some of the perceived crises that happen within the fashion industry, whether it be something being held up at customs … in the middle of the night, to trying to find double-sided tape at three in the morning for a dress for a fashion show,” Cutrone said.

Excitement continues to build over Kelly Cutrone’s new reality show about her fashion PR company People’s Revolution. Last week we learned ex–Project Runway producers Magical Elves were producing it. But we’ve only heard vague metaphors about what we would actually see on camera. Those vague metaphors shall keep us in the dark no longer. PR Week reports:

Details Emerge on Kelly Cutrone’s New Reality Show