Gwen Auctioning Off Invitation To Upcoming Fall L.A.M.B. Fashion Show

OMG! How amazing would this be — a fan’s dream come true for sure! Gwen and are auctioning off an invitation to the upcoming Fall/Winter L.A.M.B. showing at New York Fashion Week in September! How cool that we already have confirmation for the presentation, too! The showing will take place at MILK studios again in New York between September 10-17, 2010. Not only will you be able to check out the show live in person but you also will get a personal meet and greet with Gwen. The bidding is already up fairly high — the auction sits at $2,751. You have 17 days left (as of today) and bidding ends on April 29, 2010 at 12:52 PM. Good luck to anyone who bids — what an amazing opportunity and everything goes to charity.

Fabsugar — Charitybuzz, a leading destination for online charity auctions, is currently hosting one fabulous event that you can participate in. Fashion insiders like Anna Wintour, Diane von Furstenberg, Vera Wang, Gwen Stefani, and Tim Gunn are currently auctioning off everything from a week at Vogue to a chance to attend New York Fashion Week to a lunch date, all for the benefit of RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights. There are 57 auctions in the fashion category, so get your moolah out, and start bidding!

Charity Buzz — As of right now, the LAMB presentation will be sometime between September 10-17, 2010 at MAC/Milk Studios (located at 450 W. 15th Street, NYC). The winner of this auction item will receive one invitation (admits one plus a guest) and the opportunity to say hello to LAMB designer Gwen Stefani on the day of the presentation.

Take this fabulous opportunity to attend one of the hottest fashion shows in NYC fashion week plus meet the designer, the one and only, Gwen Stefani!

0 Replies to “Gwen Auctioning Off Invitation To Upcoming Fall L.A.M.B. Fashion Show”

  1. I can’t believe I’m saying this about Gwen, but that’s very snob-ish. 2,751$ to say hello. Her real fan can’t afford that. She has to know that. She’s one of the richest women in the country, worth well over 260 mill. That’s not the action of someone who cares about her fans, its not. She has a twitter, myspace, and f-book account and doesn’t use any of them. Every celeb does. How could she care.

  2. Most charities approach the designers and they give out a ticket. I don’t think it was Gwen’s idea; it’s nice that she is participating. Obviously agree it stinks we can’t afford it 🙁

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