on Nov 03, 2009 @ 02:13 pm|
I'm looking forward to the Jimmy Choo collection at H&M;coming out
on the 14th of November and was thinking of going to get a pair of
shoes. I know I would have to get up early and wait in line but was
wanting to know if anyone has been to one of these "events" before and
if so what was it like? Is the line up to get in really long? Do you
get what you were looking for? And is it a fight to get anything?
Just want to get an idea of if it is worth going as I know i will never
be able to afford a real pair of Jimmy Choo shoes!!
|I was just about to mention this on the forum on Nov 04, 2009 @ 08:40 pm|
I'm still debating. i haven't really been to anything like this but i saw a video of what happened at HM Williamson collaboration. I read on the website that the first 160 will get a wrist band with time slots to go shopping, then afterwards, if anything's left, people can still go shop. I'm not really sure exactly how that's going to happen. The stuff i saw on the site looked pretty awesome, not sure if it's worth it to line up in the wee hours in the morning. Let us know if you end up getting anything from there : )
|press release on Nov 06, 2009 @ 03:29 pm|
Here is the press release, video and more photos of when Matthew Williamson launced at the Eaton's center location: http://www.thestar.com/living/article/623531#article Personally, I think it would be even more intense for Jimmy Choo.
|Here's how it will work... on Nov 09, 2009 @ 09:38 pm|
The first 160 people in line will receive a bracelet; on the bracelet you will be given a specific time for shopping in our designated area. The bracelets are only needed for the women’s shoes, bags and accessories. Customers shopping the men’s collection or the women’s garments will not require a bracelet.