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Episode 4: Everyone Gets Fired While Kelly Cutrone Goes To The Jonas Brothers Concert

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Kelly Cutrone continued her fashion reality reign last night with the fourth installment of Bravo's Kell On Earth. In a twist from the three-episodes-thus-far formula, both featured People's Revolution events seemed to have gone well. First, the crew headed to the Hamptons for a post-New York Fashion Week Alternative Apparel weekend that—despite a bit of bar theft drama and excessive intern-partying—seemed pretty dreamy. Then, the partners headed to London Fashion Week to help produce Henry Holland's House of Holland show to rave reviews.

That pretty much takes care of plot (or lack there of)—so, here are the Top Ten Moments of Kell On Earth Episode 4:

10.) Omigod, everyone in the office has Jeremy Scott for Longchamp telephone-print totes. Jealousy!

9.) Andrew, the fashion goth gay, and Other-Andrew, the uber-tanned L.A. gay with Britney Spears tattoos, have managed to become friends despite their differences (pretend for a moment that they aren't both gay males working in fashion at the same company in New York City and that they happen to share a first name). It's amazing what adversity will do in bringing two polar opposite personalities together.

8.) Stress! Andrew calls People's Revolution a "fashion sweatshop." Meanwhile, Other-Andrew hasn't tanned in four days and the bronzer he is forced to wear to cover his dead, pallid face is running with tears of exhaustion! What don't they have in common?

7.) In the opening scene Kelly, Emily, Robyn and Stephanie go out for a relaxing post-Fashion Week glass of wine. The quartet sits around the table fondling their smart phones and ignoring eachother—Kelly has over 700 new emails. "This is why guys don't want to go out with us." Ya think?

6.) Four minutes into the episode and Kelly is already on an intern-destroying rampage: "Okay, I just want to make this really clear, just about seniority here, I see a lot of girls that are like dressed pretty and running around and I see the senior team really, really struggling. And you seem real happy and healthy and we don't, and it should be the other way around, frankly, in my book. You guys should be the tired ones and we should be on our way to lunch. But that's not what's going on here. Alright? I really don't need one of my girls getting burned out like this doing basic fucking shit."

5.) The Kelly Packing For London Montage: who doesn't need two people assisting them pack for a business trip? And the clothes! Burberry, Prada, Longchamp, Burberry, Prada, "this sweater is so genius!" We can totally relate.

4.) Kelly on lower-level assistants at events: "We bring staff members to service us. And they are expected to hold their liquor, keep their dresses on and make it through!"

3.) Elide didn't make it through, bitch got wasted and partied all night. Kelly: "As far as Elide getting fired I told Robyn and Emily to lower the boom, but, I wasn't going to do it, because I was going to a Jonas Brothers concert."

2.) Oh. God. Stephanie was inspired to work in fashion by Sex and the City. You know she totally thinks she's the Carrie. Can't you just see her with her best girlfriends drinking candy-colored things out of martini glasses and talking about how fabulous they are? Yuck.

1.) Other-Stephanie so knew she was getting fired and asked her supervisors to just get it over with. At least she thinks she did the best she could have, as far as she's concerned "nobody could've gone into the situation and survived?Unless you're fucking Superman. Taking amphetamines every day."

Bonus: Oh, hey—Barney's picked up House of Holland!