Fashion Roundup: DKNY Cuts Fashion Show Attendance; Kelly Cutrone (Finally) Gets Her Own Show; More Madoff Victims

Following closely behind Marc Jacobs‘ announcement, DKNY has cut the guest list for its fall ’09 show down to 400 from the usual 1,000. [Fashionista]  

People’s Revolution publicist Kelly Cutrone has signed an eight-episode deal with Bravo for a reality show. [Page Six

Among the new victims of Bernie Madoff‘s schemes: Theory president and co-founder Andrew Rosen, Fur Vault Inc. founder Fred Schwartz, and gallery owner Barbara Gladstone. [WWD]  

PETA is urging celebrities to boycott Armani while choosing their Oscars wardrobe because Giorgio Armani has broken his promise to the organization that he would no longer use fur in his collections. [Vogue UK

Hermes International said that “robust” holiday sales brought its fourth quarter revenues up by 6.2 percent to 540.9 million euros, or $713.4 million. [WWD