Wednesday, March 19, 2008

the fash packs...

for easter week and gets away from the venom in manila...

15 comments:

Mrs. Hobbes said...

VENOM is right! on this week of weeks pa ba naman...

However, we luuurve you, fashpack! :D

Anonymous said...

Ignore, purge, enjoy your vacation. enjoy your hubby! you're one of the chicest girl i know. ignore!

plain jane said...

Don't let the haters get you down! We believe in the Fash Pack. You are a good person, we've known for so many years. You are someone, they are no one. You have accomplished great things in your life, they have nothing. Feel good in knowing that you are a friend of many great people. You deserve nothing but the best, and that looks like a fantastic place you're in. Good for you! Relax and enjoy! We love you!

plain jane said...

Don't let the haters get you down! We believe in the Fash Pack. You are a good person, we've known for so many years. You are someone, they are no one. You have accomplished great things in your life, they have nothing. Feel good in knowing that you are a friend of many great people. You deserve nothing but the best, and that looks like a fantastic place you're in. Good for you! Relax and enjoy! We love you!

Anonymous said...

Whatever. Why not just pack up for good?!

Anonymous said...

your blog is so boring

has-been!!!

laos!!!


zzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Amy Yurick said...

What is so difficult with a simple apology?

It is the right thing to do. It is well timed. It removes the burden from you.

Follow the footsteps of Chuvaness who apologized publicly - now she is well admired for her class.

statueofliberty said...

don't apologize, please! don't let these idiots who are the ones who put malice into your innocent, and fact-of-the-matter comment. I cant' stand how ugly the internet has become. besides, you have no one to apologize to and no reason to apologize as well. the nerve of these people, as if sila yung tinamaan. baka nga kasi pangit sila at ma y LV bag din sila at takot silang pagkamalan na yaya. geez, you didn't even insinuate anything. sila yung gumagawa ng istorya na ginawa pang issue. pwe! I hope they all rot in... never mind.

Narcisa said...

"Sorry but that woman doesn't look like the type to own an LVMH bag".

Whoa, what a comment Ms. Anonymous. Apparently, you haven't been to San Francisco. She represents a typical San Francisco nurse in the Bay Area(same height, same looks, same color of the skin) and carries an original LV bag.

Who is "inggit"? Keep it to yourself. No crabs here please.

Ana B LV said...

wow... i've never seen so many comments on this blog. i guess good or bad publicity is still good.

Edda Ersando said...

Yes, she looks like a Filipina nurse coming out of work in San Francisco.

Same outfit (nurses now wear those kind of outfit), same looks, same LV bag.

Never underestimate the DOLLAR power of these folks just by the looks. They own more than your typical Makati social climber.

ihavenoLV said...

If ever an apology needs to be made, it's to you. I can't believe how far this has gone and what they have done.

Stay on course and ignore them., This non-issue. You have done nothing wrong and you are the one who has been wronged. I feel for you and I hope you are okay, I love the fash pack, ang babaw nila! pweh!

Anonymous said...

hello. love your blog. my one great discovery on black saturday! it's actually a lot more clear-eyed about fashion than others out there. question(s): how do california sloggers like us view inno sotto's works? i've searched for an online showcase in vain. are there california retailers that carry his stuff? another one that i caught a promising glimpse of in a magazine last summer is ivar aseron. same questions about access to his work from this side of the bakod. pleeeeease...

nana said...

hi fashpack! hope you had a wonderful time! thank goodness you're back though. lots are happening around the manila fashion scene and we need you.