She Does the City takes the high road, apologizes to Kelly Cutrone
We were surprised to see an offhand comment get under this indomitable woman’s skin. We admire Cutrone, and certainly didn’t mean to offend. But that’s the reality of our mediascape—the impersonal becomes personal, the PERSONA becomes personal, and soon no one knows whether they’re attributing genuine qualities of character, or merely qualities created by a crafty PR person. Sadly, we lost the interview with Kelly, but surely there will be plenty of opportunities to hear Cutrone speak about her new book and TV show—we just won’t get a front row seat this time. Have we learned to keep our mouths shut? Certainly not.
SDTC describes the apology as taking it like Whitney. It worked for Whitney on both The Hills and The City, and it’ll probably work for the site. Or at least give them a healthy traffic boost.