File under classic: We just got an email, addressed to the FabSugar team but somehow sent to us, saying that FabSugar wouldn't be allowed into the Proenza Schouler show. Now granted, we're pretty sure we're not getting any tickets either (though actually, we've been before). But we're a little miffed (okay, fake miffed, actually giggling) that one blog email is just the same as another to some PR firms. Whether blogs should be let into big fashion shows is of course another issue, and one we're not prepared to wrestle right now - but we do find it funny that Jack + Lazaro's most useful fans are the bright young things like Victoria Traina and Jessica Joffe and Stella Schabel, girls whose every outfit get chronicled by us, by WhoWhatWear Daily, by pretty much the fashion blogs and no one else (unless US Weekly really wants to tackle the "Who Wore It Better: Arden Wohl or..." issue). Surely if they want a youth-infused brand, they'd also want youth-infused branding, i.e. the Internet? But what do we know - we're just a bunch of girls who bought a Rag + Bone skirt yesterday instead of anything on the Proenza rack at Barneys.
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