Experiencing the Vivienne Tam Show


After an evening trying to whip myself together into some sort of presentable look for fashion week, myself and the 20 other bloggers tromped out into the rain to go see the Vivienne Tam show.

What did I expect? Some very beautiful, thin, doe eyed girls trooping around in fabulous outfits and a crew of fashionistas getting it so much more than I am, and eyeing everyone up and down. I doubted I’d see VT herself, but what do I know about how these events go down…

And what happened?

Well, we arrived, were escorted right in and handed glasses of champagne. And there was Vivienne Tam standing with all the models in front of a row of Touchsmart HP screens! After many pictures, the models moved on and the crowd mingled. The wonderful DWJ from the Art of Accessories grabbed my hand (I love this woman, by the way) and managed to get us in for a picture with Vivienne Tam herself!

Um. Is this my life? Here we are. (I have no idea what happened with my hair. I am clearly channeling “A Flock of Seagulls”. Whatever. I’m standing next to her!)


And then a few minutes later, they lined up all the bloggers with Vivienne Tam and took endless pictures. This sounds silly but I totally had a red carpet moment all of the sudden. Little ol’ me. Whoda thunk. I don’t have a big group shot now but will post one when I do.

Anyway, we saw the amazing collection. Its absolutely gorgeous. I fell in love with a beautiful leather dress of hers and was amazed by the beauty of the detail in her dresses.


A Mom in Red High Heels and I checked out the Touchsmart PCs. We pulled up our sites and took pics of ourselves at the event.

We talked to interesting people, learned more about the inspiration of her collection (which I hope to post more about in the future) and just generally had an amazing time.


I think what impressed me most was Vivienne herself. She was so taken aback that we were all women bloggers there to support her show. She said it meant so much to have women supporting her this way and was extremely appreciative of us being there. I said to her that women bloggers absolutely adore this mini and all want one. Her face absolutely lit up. She spun around to some very nice man behind her. “Did you hear that?? The bloggers love the Mini!!!” She was genuine, she was warm, she was truly grateful to have us there.

Grateful. Yes. My words exactly.

What an amazing evening.

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15 responses to “Experiencing the Vivienne Tam Show

  1. Sounds ah-mazing. I’m so jealous.

  2. What an awesome experience! Wow!

  3. CRAZY!!!! That is such a fantastic experience for you. Well deserved 🙂

  4. Kate

    Oh my Gosh this trip is so amazing! You look like a million bucks…go Caroline!!!!

  5. soak it in girl! have the time of your life!

  6. What a fun night! Congratulations!

  7. I can see your feelings on your face. You’re having the best time, and you deserve it! I’m proud of you and I’m so glad you’re having a blast! Thanks for the pictures.

  8. dwj

    I’m so glad I got to meet you! You’re just as fun as your blog and tweets!! I hope we get to hang out (and get free designer things) again soon!

  9. Look at you! You look so glamorous. So glad you had a good time.

  10. I’m so glad that I got to meet you and see the show! Vivienne is lovely and so were all the bloggers. And I’m still full from dinner.

  11. So nice to chat with you at Carmines! You look fabulous with Vivienne.

  12. You are fabulous! Miss you!!

  13. You looked FAB! The red lips were your signature thing! Love it! Great to meet you, stay in touch!

  14. So fantastic! And you looked amazing. So post a photo of you in your dress! Inquiring minds want to know.

  15. So thrilled for you. What an amazing, once in a lifetime opportunity!

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