Kelly Cutrone on the state of fashion: ‘There isn’t a shift afoot — there’s a gorge.’

‘I’m not in the mood to do a ‘Where’s Kelly Cutrone?’ story, if that’s what this is,’ says Kelly Cutrone.

It’s an understandable sentiment, given how much press she’s gotten over the last few years, press she’s simply tired of. Much of that stemmed from her role on MTV’s ‘The City‘ and ‘The Hills,’ where audiences knew her as the fearsome maven of fashion PR firm People’s Revolution. Although the company hasn’t posted on Instagram in seven weeks and its Twitter disappeared a while ago, Cutrone claims that it is 100 percent in business. Past social posts reflect an edgier clientele of small brands including OnePiece, Mimi Prober and Namilia. Cutrone makes it clear that she still produces for Jeremy Scott, as well. But, when it came to herself, that’s about all she’s willing to say.

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