Friday, February 15, 2008
Click the link below to view the Style Squad's third and final fashion commentary blog post.
GR Press Style Squad
To all of our dedicated fans - don't worry! The Style Squad will be back just in time to lend some much-needed advice to all the disastrously dressed celebs parading up and down the Oscar red-carpet. Until then, tune in to Tricia Woolfenden's blog,”The New Black.”
On a random side note - The plaid reindeer get-up shown above galloped down the House of Holland runway during London Fashion Week. To put it lightly, I almost had a stroke.
I'd love to hear your comments...
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Copy and paste my friends.
GR Press Style Squad
P.S. I'll be posting my fall fashion overview late tonight or tomorrow afternoon.
Monday, February 11, 2008
Copy and paste the link below to dive into a big scoop of fall fashion (courtesy of Tricia Woolfenden's GR Press blog).
GR Style Squad - Part One
Stay tuned to "The New Black" for Part Two - coming soon!
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
This just in from the Bryant Park Tents: The Hills girls,
According to New York Magazine, the girls have already been spotted working hard (or hardly working) at a number of different fashion shows with, you guessed it, multiple cameras in tow.
Personally, I was shocked to hear the news. I mean, come on now, Divas? Working entry-level jobs? At a PR firm no less? Let's just say I have a tad bit of experience in entry-level PR and it's not all spa treatments and hair extensions.
So, I decided to do some research on this mysterious firm that deems itself the "People's Revolution," turns out the firm is the definition of the future of fashion public relations. Furthermore, the president, Kelly Cutrone, is a self-promotion genius, for obvious reasons:
A. Employs two of the hottest fashionistas on the
B. Is featured on the hit MTV reality show, The Hills. Again, think walking billboard.
Visit the link below to read a recent interview with Cutrone.
She describes fashion as the "new rock n' roll," and the brilliant designs of Andrew Buckler as if "Diesel and Paul Smith F*cked and had a kid." I couldn't have said it better myself, I think I may have found a new hero.
So in closing, I would like to thank Kelly Cutrone for being everything I aspire to be and more, and also The Hills, for throwing their little celebuatants into the crazy world of PR. If nothing else it will make all of the young PR people out there have a few entry-level laughs. Hey who knows, it may even give some well deserved credit to the profession.
Here's to the next "new rock n' roll" - Public relations.