Kelly Cutrone, the straight-talking boss of Whitney and Lauren on "The Hills" and "The City", offers her inspirational career advice, life lessons, and thoughts on the new face of powerful femininity. Shocking, edgy, witty, and surprisingly spiritual, Kelly shares her hard-earned wisdom to empower and inspire a new generation of aspiring professionals and those simply wishing to reinvent themselves. Each chapter will cover one of Kelly's Rules, such as: Check Your Pre-Conceived Notions at the Door (aka Motherhood, Men, and the Nouveau American Dream); The Truth Hurts, but Is Necessary; If You have to Cry, Go Outside; and, How To Give Good Phone-the Importance of Non-Virtual Connection. Cutrone has been covered in places like "US Weekly", "In Touch", "New York Observer", "New York Post's Page 6", "New York Daily News", "Glamour", and WSJ.com. She's also a regular on sites like Gawker and Jossip.
KELLY CUTRONE is the founder of the fashion public relations, branding and marketing firm People's Revolution. People's Revolution currently represents 46 clients including Longchamp, Vivienne Westwood, Sass and Bide, Alexandre Herchcovitch, Pat Fields, Rachel Comey, Marisa Ribisi, and Nicky Hilton. Cutrone first appeared on MTV's hit reality series The Hills in 2007 as the employer of Whitney Port. She has made recurring appearances on both The Hills and its spinoff series The City and in April 2008 Cutrone was featured on MTV's The Hills: I'm Going to Fashion Week. Prior to founding People's Revolution in 1997, Cutrone was cofounder and president of Cutrone and Weinberg and previously director of PR for Spin magazine. Cutrone lives in Manhattan with her six-year-old daughter Ava.