"Sex And The City" is widely celebrated for propelling several fashion houses and designers to fame, but notoriously outspoken fashion publicist Kelly Cutrone isn't buying it.
"My proof of 'Sex and the City' ruining the world was Fashion's Night Out," she told host Caitlyn Becker. "What was it? Girls in dresses with blowouts sipping Skinny Girl margaritas by Bethenny Frankel. That was Fashion's Night Out, and the reason they stopped it? Go figure, nobody bought clothes!"
The brassy fashion vet also takes issue with the amount of time the "SATC" ladies spent dwelling on their love lives.
"No women who own multimillion dollar companies sit around and talk about Mr. Big for two hours at brunch," she said. "They don't. I have a hundred million girlfriends -- I have no idea what's going on with the guys they hang out with."
A result of "Sex And The City," she expressed, are young adults moving to New York City to chase fashion dreams and winding up "beyond Bushwick."
"It's like, these kids are coming here thinking they're going to live in the West Village near where Sarah Jessica Parker wore a tutu," she added. "That's not the fashion industry."
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