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Reality of Fashion: Not Much DVF in New The City Trailer

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The latest trailer for Whitney Ports' MTV spin-off of The Hills, called The City, in which Port works for DVF looks like it's really not going to reveal much at all about working for the designer, something we would actually be interested in. NYC as the backdrop, the clip is just a montage of all the girls in the show and their conflicts with the respective men in their life. That, and the menacing allusion to Olivia Palermo and her socialite friends.

And, today, Fashionista posted a conversation with we don't know who, a "girl," talking about how Port doesn't in fact work for DVF at all: "Well, she just goes into the office to shoot scenes like she works there, like what they did on The Hills. Actually, it’s kind of sad. When they film her spots, they make the girls that actually work there move from their desks and into some cubicles in another part of the floor, because they’re actually working, but the camera people want Whitney and her on-screen work friend to look like they have real desks.” That would suck.

We are looking forward to Kelly Cutrone reality series, which we are confident will give us a dose of behind-the-scenes down-and-dirty fashion reality.
· Reality of Fashion: First Look at Whitney Port and The City [Racked]