Giveaway: “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s” Tickets {CLOSED}

May 7, 2013

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From the moment that I saw the trailer, I was obsessed with the documentary “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s.”  A chronicle of the most stylish store in New York, perhaps the world, the documentary gives you a peek into the inner workings of the Fifth Ave. department store as told by the designers, employees and customers who adore it.

There is an advanced screening of the film happening at AMC Mazza Gallerie at 7:00PM on May 14th.  The promoters of the film were kind enough to give me five pairs of tickets to giveaway.

To enter for your chance to win, leave the name of your favorite Bergdorf’s designer in the comments.  From Akris to Zac Posen, it might be difficult to pick just one.

Entries will close and the winners will be announced on Saturday.

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  1. Amanda B. says:

    No question — Dior

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Kate Spade

  3. TDS says:

    Marni.

  4. Emily says:

    Elie Saab!!

  5. Charleigh says:

    I’m going to have to go with Jason Wu. Clean, flirty, and simple, I must have bought a dozen of his items when he had his partnership with Target (I could actually afford him!).

  6. Aunt_Pete says:

    Another vote for Jason Wu!!

  7. SS says:

    Alice + Olivia

  8. B says:

    Fendi. The most gorgeous blouse I own was made by Fendi for Bergdorf Goodman.

  9. Emily says:

    Zac Posen

  10. Meghan says:

    McQueen! Even though McQueen can be so impractical for everyday life…

  11. Hanna says:

    Alexander McQueen

  12. IMC says:

    It’s my aspirational favorite, but it’s Marchesa.

  13. Annick says:

    J. Mendel

  14. Brett says:

    Proenza Schouler

  15. AJ says:

    Alexandre Birman, mostly because I got to meet him. He’s a shoe designer and sexy. What’s not to love?

  16. Sleigh731 says:

    Naeem Khan!

  17. C says:

    Marc Jacobs

  18. Ashley says:

    Christian Louboutin, because they make the most beautiful shoes known to man

  19. Jennifer says:

    Tom Ford

  20. Annette says:

    Derek Lam!

  21. Amanda says:

    Christian Louboutin – just not on DC’s streets.

  22. Lara says:

    J. Mendel

  23. Meagan says:

    Vera Wang forever!

  24. E says:

    Carolina Herrera

  25. lesley says:

    Alice and Olivia

  26. Ann S says:

    Caroline Herrera – I have one of her full skirts and it has been my “go to” for parties. Easy to pair with a white button down skirt or a lovely camisole for different looks and events.

  27. Chi says:

    Louboutin

  28. Lynn says:

    Alexander McQueen and Carven. Sadly, I can’t afford either one.

  29. Ali says:

    From one Lebanese to another- Elie Saab

  30. Jennifer says:

    Joie – a designer I recently found that I adore!

  31. Sarah says:

    Marchesa!

  32. JChica says:

    This list was brimming with wonderful choices. At the risk of repetitiveness, I’ll also go with Carolina Herrera, though not for the reasons noted above. Carolina is often not considered by American professional women, presumably because of the flirtatiousness in some of her designs and their relative incompatibility with Washington. Take a closer look, however, and you’ll realize this isn’t so. She is simple, classy, elegant – and a bit of a flirt. She also has wonderful biannual sales in Spain, if you can manage the time off. 🙂

  33. Jenna says:

    McQueen, although I just bought my favorite perfume ever there last week, and it’s Balenciaga.

  34. Millie says:

    Ralph Lauren

  35. Courtney says:

    Elie Saab

  36. Amanda says:

    Naeem Khan- gorgeous gowns I wish that I had the $$ to buy and the places to go in them!

  37. Chelsea says:

    Alexander McQueen!

  38. Meaghan says:

    DVF. Always & Forever.

  39. IshSteph says:

    I’ve thought about this…I would wear Ralph Lauren for the rest of my life. Head to toe. Any occasion. Bergdorf has it.

  40. CD says:

    Christian Louboutin. The things I would actually do to own a pair…it’s shameful.

  41. E says:

    Karl Lagerfield. He inspired me to be the diva bitch that I am today.

  42. E says:

    Damn I meant “Lagerfeld.” Forgive me.

  43. Em says:

    Oscar de la Renta. *sigh*

  44. Sara says:

    marni

  45. MFL says:

    Michael Kors – classic and beautiful!

  46. Melissa says:

    Carolina Herrera !!! I love her classic femininity!

  47. ENW says:

    Diane von Furstenberg

  48. DC Gal says:

    Ooh! I also want to see this. How about… Carolina Herrera (but not in a boring Renee Zellweger way, ha). Hers is always one of my favorite shows to look forward to.

  49. lolabolt says:

    Jason Wu, but I am oddly attracted to over-the-top girly dresses from Oscar de le Renta and Carolina Herrera.

  50. sa29 says:

    Narcisco Rodriguez

  51. Ashley says:

    Oscar de la Renta

  52. Lady Lawyer says:

    For every day: Marc Jacobs. For glamourous events in my dreams: Catherine Malandrino.

  53. Melissa says:

    Dior, always and forever.

  54. Valentino can do no wrong!
    xo
    @breaellis
    WHAT I WORE: tip to toe!

  55. Christina says:

    For gowns, it’s hands down Elie Saab. Overall favorite: Alice + Olivia

  56. Asiah says:

    Diane von Furstenberg

  57. Katie says:

    I would wear every single Carolina Herrera dress that Bergdorf’s sells. Also, OdlR can do no wrong.

  58. Lauren says:

    Chloe!!! 🙂

  59. Samantha says:

    Elie Saab forever and always! Alice + Olivia too.

  60. Kelly says:

    Marchesa for me!

  61. Balenciaga, at least in my dreams. or Carolina Hererra!

  62. Elena says:

    Chloe!

  63. Kendra says:

    Manolo Blahnik. I pine for a pair and am almost certain they will be my first big purchase of adulthood.

  64. Julie says:

    Oscar de la Renta 🙂

  65. Kay says:

    Dolce and Gabana

  66. LH says:

    Elie Saab!

  67. Amanda says:

    Brian Atwood

  68. Hilary says:

    DIANE VON FURSTENBERG!

  69. ELO says:

    Although I totally agree with the comments about wearing Ralph Lauren from head to toe until I die– for the blog alone I am going to have to go with kate spade new york.

  70. lauren says:

    Tory Burch

  71. LG says:

    Dolce & Gabbana…I just LOVE them this season

  72. Elizabeth Murphy says:

    Kate Spade

  73. Patricia says:

    Nancy Gonzales

  74. Jennifer says:

    DvF!

  75. Emmy says:

    Oscar de la Renta

  76. M. Leigh Williams says:

    Milly ! Although you can buy it at many other boutiques, the pieces from Milly that Bergdorf’s orders are always super special.

  77. LS says:

    Dior…sigh

  78. Emily R says:

    Such a hard choice but I think I have to go with a classic – Ralph Lauren. Also one of my best friends was the production assistant on this movie and met everyone in it! I can’t wait to see it.

  79. Meredith says:

    Chloe for day!

  80. Emily says:

    DvF.

  81. Michael Kors forever

  82. Kristen says:

    Dior

  83. Debbie says:

    Marchesa

  84. Catie says:

    Diane von Furstenberg

  85. Kia says:

    Monique Lhuillier stirs my soul!

  86. AY says:

    Can I go with Kate Spade? Simple and happy 🙂

  87. LJ Lawyer says:

    Jason Wu- classic, but with enough of-the-moment accents.

  88. Theresa says:

    I have to go with Monique Lhuillier. My God, that woman cuts a beautiful and flattering dress!

  89. AR says:

    Chloe for my fantasy life, Rag and Bone for the splurges in my real life!

  90. Marge says:

    DvF!

  91. Lauren says:

    Ellie Saab!

  92. Naomi says:

    Manolo Blahnik — some day I’ll make enough money to actually own a pair

  93. Aubrey says:

    Oscar de la Renta!

  94. Ashley says:

    Jason Wu!

  95. Brittany says:

    Oscar de la Renta. Absolutely timeless, need I say more…

  96. Meg says:

    Monique Lhuillier, obvs.

  97. Joanne says:

    Michael Kors – sharp, everyday wear

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