July 12, 2006

For the L.A. girls, an invite I received:

You are invited to attend Red Carpet Boutique's social shopping event of the summer.

Prestige Shopping finds a new home at the Cabana Club in Hollywood on July 16, 2006 from 3pm-9pm.Red Carpet Boutique offers our guests the following luxury treatment:- Complimentary mini-makeovers- A showcase of over 50 upscale independent designers- Complimentary cocktails,gourmet HINT water and IZZE soda- Hor d'oeuvres from Crustacean Beverly Hills- Cold treats from Laloo Goat Milk Ice Cream- Modivations Mobile Spa with super luxe treatments- Celebrity guest DJs and live entertainment- Goodie Bags featuring great products from Beauty.com, Luxepets.com, Lola Cosmetics, Border Grill, CozmoCard, Jemma Kidd, Splendora.com, and more!



THIS IS A CHARITY SHOPPING EVENT BENEFITING THE STEP UP WOMEN'S NETWORK.

Please contact piscespress@aol.com by July 14th, 2006 to RSVP.

19 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not to be rude, but I am a daily reader of closettherapyblog.com and I find yours to be pretty much a carbon copy. Considering you only started your blog a couple of months ago and the content on your site is almost always the same as closettherapy (just posted afterwards), I'd say you are lacking in your own thoughts/materials. Just an observation!

5:03 PM  
Blogger WWND said...

hi there, I am a fan of closettherapy as well, but how exactly is my blog a carbon copy, I would love it if you were more detailed. the only thing that is similar is that we both like to post our outfits, but if you would focus your attention on some more fashion blogs out there and there really are a LOT of them, you will see that we all talk about similar things, but never exactly the same. a LOT of blogs post about kate moss and the devil wears prada, does that mean they are identical? thanks for your observation, but I would really appreciate it if you could follow up with something a bit more valid, and it would be great if you could do that once you have checked out some more fashion/style blogs.
hope to hear from you soon.

6:56 PM  
Blogger achtung_baby said...

To Anon 5:03, How rude and how very untrue. This blog is absolutely not a carbon copy of closet therapy. As a reader of CT, Shop Diary, La Femme, I am Fashion etc, I know that all fashion blogs might have posts about a certain designer or a certain runway piece but that doesn't mean they are copies of one another. That's like saying just because Miuccia came out with a certain frame handbag, no one else can have a similar bag. I truly doubt you are a discerning fashion blog reader, otherwise you would not have insulted WWND in this way. If you think this blog is so similar to another, why don't you stop reading it?
WWND, I think you have a great blog. I enjoy your outfit posts a lot, they have a nice range and don't always consist of just jeans and is not limited to just high-end pieces. Don't listen to people like that, they are just jealous!

7:19 PM  
Anonymous MJ said...

are you stupid, anon 5:03?? i dont remember closet therapy blogging about target and behnaz sarafpour, or writing about toronto manipedi salons, and i dont remember wwnd blogging about the chick-lit book queen of babble or nicole looking like kimberly.
i remember wwnd wrote about the new mike &chris hoodies before closet mentioned their sample sale on her blog, and shop diary also mentioned the same sample sale, does it mean shop diary is also carbon copying closet? these are all fab fashion blogs on their own right, give wwnd a break.
closet's clothes almost always portray casual california and wwnd's outfits are less casual and more 9 to 5 creative professional.
agree with achtung, stop reading if you have such a huge problem. you are clearly not educated enough to distinguish between fashion blogs.

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The face hunter started long after the sartorialist with exactly the same concept of capturing street fashion, recently both blogs had similar pics up from paris fashion week. It does not mean face hunter is copying sartorialist. Every single fashion blog relies on similar concepts, to make such a mean assumption is ridiculous.
I usually just lurk around your blog, but felt I had to comment. WWND, do not be put off my mean ill-wishers such as this one.

11:11 PM  
Blogger Sophia said...

hey thanks for linking me to your blog. was looking at your previous entries they are cute! i especially like the "real" photos (ie. non-stock/runway shots) cos it seems everyone else is posting a lot of stock & runway pics we see on vogue or net-a-porter or eLuxury website and it is boring. i will link your blog to mine too if you dont mind! :)

Sophia

12:48 AM  
Blogger Sophia said...

and to the first anon: well i wish i had this kind of time to browse around other peoples blogs and leave nasty comments like this. nit picker you need to get a life. well just an observation.

12:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WWND: I adore your blog. I am amazed that someone could leave such a nasty remark. I am surprised that the person picked closet therapy's blog of all blogs to compare yours with. Have you considered the possibility that perhaps closet therapy or a friend of hers left that nasty comment to deter you?
No matter who it is, they have way too much time on their hands to spread such viciousness!!!

10:19 AM  
Blogger WWND said...

Thanks for all the support, everyone. Really appreciate it.
Sophia: Of course you can link me, I love your blog!
Anon 10:19: Thank you for the kind words. I truly doubt Closet Therapy would ever stoop so low to leave such a comment and I am sure she knows that I love her blog. People like Anon 5:03 probably do not have much to do with their time. I would have, however, very much liked to hear a more valid reason for her comment.

10:45 AM  
Blogger Veronica said...

To the Owner of the Rude Comment:
I just wanted to point out the fact that you know everything about her blog, considering that fact that you know whether or not her material is similiar to another blog. So why should you care if what she writes is similiar, you're obviously a faithful reader...

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