Saturday, March 03, 2012

Banana Republic Mad Men 2nd Edition Preview Party

Last Wednesday, Banana Republic has invited me to their Spring preview for their Mad Men Collection in one of the Mad Men cast member's private residence. This is my first fashion event that I ever attended, so you can only imagine how excited I was.










1. Outside
2. New Banana Republic Mad Men Spring collection
3. Inspired by clean lines and country club look
4. Finger food
5. Kiernan Shipka (Sally Dapper)
6. BR Mad Men
7. Hanging out with Wendy and Kelly
8. With Wendy and Dulce
9. Some of my favorite fashion bloggers in the flesh: KeikoLynn, LateAfternoon, and B.Jones Style. I look so miniature next to them.

I also saw Rumi Neely at the event. AHH, you can only imagine how nervous I was when I realized she was standing next to me. I was kinda sad I didn't get to take a picture with her. She's one of the first bloggers that inspired me when I first started. It was just a little surreal being the same room as her. I know, what a fan girl I am.


Thank you Banana Republic for inviting me to this event!!

8 comments:

  1. Anne! You got such great shots! I love the one of you, me and Wendy. It was such a nice surprise to see you, and hope we get to do it again soon!

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    1. Thanks Kelly! Yes, that was my favorite too, and it was nice seeing you again at the event. Shopping date soon?

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  2. Looks like a great even. I see you have Wendy there too! :)


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  3. Very hard not liking this collection. Everything ladylike and exquisite.

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    1. Yep, I fell in love with the hot pink dress! And I really like how the entire collection looks very clean and crisp.

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  4. Oooh you met Wendy too!
    Love both of you!

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    1. Aww thank you! I love Wendy and I'm very lucky to have her as one of my blogger friends :).

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  5. nice idea.. thanks for sharing...

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