Oh hi, are you busy on September 25? No? Well, keep it that way because if you’re lucky, you’ll be partying with Kim Kardashian in Hollywood. Midori is throwing an epic soiree that night and Kim is going to be there — and she’s bringing one of you as her special guest. Sound better than your usual Tuesday night? Enter here and if you’re the the lucky winner, you’ll score a makeover from celeb stylist George Kotsiopoulos before heading to the party as Kim’s plus one. (Don’t worry about Kanye — he’ll figure out how to get in on his own.) [Party With Midori]
Are you a fan of ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars”? Have a crush on long-haired Lothario, Tyler Blackburn? Then head’s up! Two (2) lucky winners will interview Tyler via Skype group video calling, getting the opportunity to ask him anything their hearts desire. Check out the video for details and CLICK HERE TO ENTER! Keep reading »
Attention all artists, art school dropouts, or people who have time on their hands and know how to use a pencil and the internet: Rag & Bone (one of our favorite collections) is holding a mural contest. The NYC-based line recently moved into a new space in lower Manhattan, and they’ve got a spare outside wall they need designed. If you think you’ve got what it takes (and want literally tons of people to see your work when they pass by the shop everyday), submit your design to Rag & Bone. Five finalists will be put up for public vote on the Rag & Bone Facebook page, and the winner will get to execute his or her idea (paints will be provided). Start sketching! [Facebook] Keep reading »
We’re the first to admit that Diesel‘s Be Stupid ad campaign annoys the hell out of us. For lack of a better word, it’s just, well, stupid. So when we heard that the denim brand was rolling out a contest to go along with the campaign, we weren’t exactly thrilled. As is turns out, though, the Be Stupid contest is by far the smartest part of the whole campaign. If you’ve made enough questionable decisions in your life, you can win everything from an iPad to a motorcycle trip across Europe just for being your dumb-dumb self. Here’s how it works … Keep reading »
Finally, a chance for normal people to represent: United Colors of Benetton is holding a global casting competition for its spring campaign, and they’re looking for non-models to do the job. All you have to do is build your profile by uploading your best pics–at least one close-up and one full-length–and explain a little bit about why you’re awesome. (That should be the easy part.) Then, browse the community to vote for other interesting faces. One-hundred finalists will go to New York to be whittled down to 20 by a group of judges. So, what are they looking for? “Something different, something unconventional, something surprising, something real. It’s not just how you look but how you are.” Which means you probably fit in there somehow, right? Submit your entry by March 16. [Casting.Benetton.com] Keep reading »
Dear Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen,
Since I was 13, I’ve wanted to be your BFF. Sadly, you ignored my fan mail and repeated friend requests. And now, you’ve gone and given me the opportunity to make my way into your inner circle, but it’s too late! You’ve opened up a contest to your fans to submit designs and essays to vie for a spot as an Olsenboye guest designer. So, the winner would basically get to be your awesome co-worker in NYC, and get to hang out with you both. Unfortunately, you had to put some pesky “age restriction” on the rules, and are only allowing entrants between the ages of 13 and 21. This, my dear Olsens, is a shame. Because were I still 13, I would win this contest, no doubt. So, if you could kindly increase the age limit to, say, 24, I would be ever so grateful.
I thank you in advance,
Leonora (And on behalf of all the Frisky staff. Excluding interns. Those college-aged kids will be getting extra coffee duty today just because we’re taking out our jealousy on them.) [OlsenBoyeDesignContest.com] Keep reading »
I almost regret sharing this news, mostly because I just entered myself, but I love you guys and this is a serious need to know. In celebration of their one millionth order, Net-A-Porter is offering fans the chance to win a $40,000 shopping spree, no purchase necessary. Here’s the link to enter. That’s like the granddaddy of all grand prizes ever, or, as I just read in Women’s Wear, “it equals a capsule Balmain wardrobe, 160 pairs of jeans or a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes every day for two months.” Sick. [WWD]
Now let’s play a little game, shall we? Say you won. How the hell would you even begin to spend it!? I think I’d start with a buttery soft Rick Owens biker jacket, some Alexander Wang sweats, a couple Vivienne Westwood Monroe dresses and sure, I’d throw some Louboutins in the mix. Then I would spend approximately one week (or more) agonizing over the rest. You? Keep reading »
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You crack us up! In honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet, we’re giving away prizes! Each week we’ll award you awesome chatty Cathys a little something special. This week, five winners will receive Hissyfit Body Double Anti-Aging Body Moisturizer + SPF. Without further adieu, the lucky winners of this week’s Gift For Gab. Keep reading »
Do you have what it takes to become America’s next top fashion blogger? Bluefly and StyleList are looking for the next big internet sensation, so give it your best shot by entering their America’s Most Stylish Blogger contest. The gig sounds pretty sweet—eight finalists will compete by crafting weekly posts about Bluefly items, and the blogger with the most votes will get a $1,000 Bluefly shopping spree, a special section on the site, plus a weekly column for StyleList (and, we’d imagine, tons of freebies from all over thanks to the exposure).
To enter, fill out the contest form which asks you questions about your blog, style, and fashion rules. But wait …. is “what’s your #1 style rule” a trick question? Are there style rules? Man, this test is hard. [AmericasMostStylishBlogger.com] Keep reading »
If you think you’re the next Steven Klein or Mert and Marcus, then W magazine is ready to give you a chance. Starting tomorrow, the fashion magazine will accept submissions on their website for their first ever photography contest, “W: The Art Project.” The theme is obsession, so be prepared to fully consume your life with that one fixation you so love in order to submit the perfect picture.
From what we imagine will be a countless number of submissions, a panel of judges will pick only twenty, but the public is going to have the final say of just which photographer’s talent is high fashion magazine worthy. (AKA, beg and plead every person you’ve ever met to vote for you.) The prize for that one lucky winner not only includes a published moment in the glossy, but also a brand new camera and a three-month mentorship from art consultant Blair Voltz Clarke. Go quickly tell all your aspiring photographer friends. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »