Fashion Roundup: Kelly Cutrone Doesn’t Do Spin-Offs; Louis Vuitton Still Profitable; TopShop’s Plans for Soho Store

Kelly Cutrone passed on MTV’s New York-based Hills spin-off; instead, she will executive produce her own show and become “the Ryan Seacrest of fashion.” [The Cut

The Accessories Council’s Excellence awards will be held on November 3 at Cipriani on 42nd Street; accepting awards will be Jimmy Choo designer Tamara Mellon, Stella McCartney, Vogue editor Sally Singer, and Emilio Pucci. [WWD]

French holding company LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is pulling in profits and its stock is rising despite the recent economic downturn. [WWD]

If Topshop ever finally opens in Soho, it will bring with it a new line, D.I.P., created especially for the store. [Vogue UK]

Now that Los Angeles Fashion Week is being produced by Smashbox without the help of former partner IMG, the event may not survive. [WSJ]