This week has been a good one for Kelly Cutrone; her book hit the best seller list and Kell On Earth‘s a smash hit. But week after week, we’ve learned working in fashion PR isn’t quite so fabulous–it’s a little bit bipolar, in fact. We’ve taken a very scientific look therollercoaster of happiness in Kelly’s office during this week’s episode. Here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly from last night:
The Good (a.k.a. Kelly, Please Hire Us)
- Kelly jets to the L.A. office, drives a hot sports car, makes a music video, hangs out with A-listers.
- Andrew and Stephanie goof around in the office playing dress-up in Givenchy couture accessories. Um, wow.
- Peoples Revolution interviews new hires over drinks. Seriously.
- Kelly supports herself, Ava, and pays her mom’s bills. It warms our hearts to know that even fashion power girls love their mommies.
The Bad & The Ugly
- Emily and Robyn hire laxidaisical Mallory, because she is “nice and experienced”, but one day later, she’s on Page Six and rumored to be in jail, having stolen $90,0000 in jewelry from her previous employer. Guess they didn’t call her references.
- Overworked Skinner lives in a box of an apartment and has no time for her boyfriend who’s threatening to break up. To make matters worse, Bravo taunts her by showing footage of her tiny apartment juxtaposed with Andrew’s ridiculously large one, outfitted with an outrageous Versace bedroom chair. Will Skinner ever catch a break?
- Publicist Michelle complains to Kelly about a meeting with client GW, “I wanted to throw my Blackberry at him–he is the most disgusting, obnoxious person I’ve ever met in my life, ever.” Michelle is the Naomi Campbell of PR and it’s not attractive.
- When a parent of one of Ava’s friends calls Kelly for business advice, she refuses without seeing some money first. Kelly holds up a sign to Andrew which reads “F*** you, pay for your advice.” Don’t think just because you’re in with Ava that you’re getting a free ride to Kelly.
What do you think – would you work at Peoples Revolution?