Kelly Cutrone has news for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. The PR guru turned reality star said the power couple have "no influence whatsoever" on the fashion industry in the New York Daily News. Keep reading for more!
"I don't think there's one person who really works in the fashion industry who gives a flying f*** about Kanye West," she told the publication.
Cutrone continued to say that Kardashian "is not doing anything fresh in fashion either. . . She's not getting into the nitty-gritty, super avant-garde players. She's not even wearing [Vivienne] Westwood yet."
Explaining she does not "mean to be mean," the former "The Hills" star continued, "Most people who watch [Keeping Up With The Kardashians] can't afford Givenchy," meaning the couple appeals to the wrong market with these high-fashion labels.
We are sure Kimye would disagree, especially after Anna Wintour gave them the U.S. cover of Vogue!
We told you last month Cutrone was experiencing financial woes, which she discussed with the Huffington Post.
"I personally have made a million dollars a year - that's not a lot of money anymore, just do the math," she told the publication.
"The taxes alone are at $300,000-$400,000. Then you have agents and managers and business managers that take another 5 percent, throw in private school in New York City, that's like $44,000."
She continued, "A nanny is like $60,000 to $70,000. I support my mom. A New York apartment, $8,000. A mortgage on my house, another $5,000 and $24,000 in taxes there. It's $650 a month to park my car."
After "The Hills," Cutrone appeared on spin-off series "The City" and had her own seris "Kell on Earth," which lasted one season on Bravo. She also was a judge on "America's Next Top Model" and wrote New York Times best-seller "If You Have To Go Cry, Go Outside, And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You."
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