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Kelly Cutrone continues to be a hundred times more interesting than her protégés. From a New York Post review of her new book: "An early divorce to much-older painter Ronnie Cutrone prompted a 'profound spiritual awakening.' Washed out and jobless in a Los Angeles motel room, a meth-withdrawal-induced hallucination turned her towards the teachings of an Indian guru known as 'Mother.' The event gave her life focus." [NYP]