Yes, you should be here or frankly, you couldn't pay us enough money to help you.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 10, 2013
Day one of New York Fashion Week came and went but left a memorable mark on the week. Collections from Richard Chai, Nicholas K, Sergio Davila, BCBGMaxAzria, Tadashi Shoji and more graced the runways.
With all the attention sharply focused on what is coming down the runway, the people who are behind-the-scenes actually managing the production are frequently forgotten. One such PR maven, Kelly Cutrone of People's Revolution, is hard to forget. With 8 New York Fashion Week collections to present this week, Kelly keeps a lot of balls in the air while her client's collections seemingly breeze down the catwalk as if it all happened by magic.
FashionMingle.net had a chance to speak with Ms. Cutrone before her second show of the day with designer Sergio Davila and asked her what it was like to pull off the shows season after season and the advice she gives to designers who want to show their collections at New York Fashion Week.
From choosing models, to booking magazine editors and coverage afterwards, Cutrone's PR agency, People's Revolution, takes care of every detail of a designer's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week show.
When asked by Melissa Shea, Creative Director of FashionMIngle.net and fashion week content producer for PlanetFashionTV.com, how she chooses who she will represent, Cutrone made it clear that she won't represent a brand she doesn't believe in. "It's our job to be a filter," she says, "Yes, you should be here or frankly, you couldn't pay us enough money to help you."
With a long list of impressive clients and a reality show under her belt with the hit series Kell on Earth, she's an author and fashion industry icon. Cutrone clearly knows the PR business with herself firmly in the driver's seat steering her own celebrity image.
For more information about New York Fashion Week content, contact Melissa Shea at (917) 388-9459