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Fashion Writing Contest at My It Things Magazine

myitthings.gifTo all Fashion experts! MyItThings.com, called "One of the essential social shopping websites" by About.com, is hosting a fashion writing contest worth $1,000.

Write about the ultimate Spring/ Summer 2008 fashion trends, accessories, clothes, shoes, designers! The top ten articles with the highest rating score will be judged by our celebrity panel and get a chance to win the grand prize!

How to enter: You have to open a free writer account on MyItThings.com in order to participate. Contest entries must be submitted through your personal page and written under FASHION category. Any post in the fashion category written during the competition period will be automatically considered. Each user can submit unlimited number of articles to the contest, however only one article per user can be included in the Top 10 finalists. Article must include original content and have 200 words minimum.

Timeline: Submissions & Voting period is February 11th 2008, 00:00AM ET – March 31st 2008 at 11:59PM ET. Judges review period is April 1st - 10th, 2008 Winner will be announced on April 11th, 2008.

Rating System: Each article page includes rating stars, when 5 stars represent the best and 1 star the worst. The final article score will be calculated from the combination of the number of votes and the stars rating (i.e. each additional scored star will add 1 point to the total score, 4 votes of 5 stars each will make total of 20 points). Articles with top 10 scores will be reviewed by our judging panel.

Eligibility: The Contest is only open to legal residents of the United States and Canada, 16 years of age and older.
More About MyItThings.com

MyItThings is created for you and by you! It's a collaborative space where everyone is part of the community and contributes to the content. The magazine is a dynamic space that is published daily and gives an opportunity to everyone to contribute and be featured on its pages. You can just read what people write about their "It" things or create your own page and be able to:

  • Open a virtual closet where you can share all the "It" things you have
  • Create your wish list and share it with friends and family using our widgets
  • Give your take on all the newest trends in entertainment, fashion, technology, beauty, decor and more
  • Show off your fashion style, share beauty and workout secrets, review your favorite books, music or TV show
  • Find new friends that have the same "It" things!
  • And a lot more!

So go ahead, become a member of the hottest community on the net and contribute to the magazine written entirely by people like you! Write a column, add things to your virtual closet and look for them to be featured on the pages of the magazine that updates daily. Oh, and don't forget to tell all your "It" friends about MyItThings.com!

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2 Comments

  • Laurapiquette
    Posted March 6, 2011 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

    I was looking at the fashion industries latest problems for the past 14 years compared to the way it used to be in 1996. I believe if someone took out old photos you’d find everyone doesn
    ‘t look like there supposed to. They look like my modeling card when I got turned down by RIMA. I think the creative stifle and contsant threat is a copy someone problem. You know the high school story don’t copy someone you’ll get no where. Especially people have nothing to do. This can create histeria of I don’t know who I am, and You stole my stuff when it’s actually someone else’s stuff they think of ie. me. It’s especially agitating to grab a magazine and see and over make up person that looks like you with almost nothoing on when that didn’t exist in 1995- 1996. I think All your problems in movie music and magazine resemble parts or people who want to reprent something in my life neven if I don’t agree.I also think the fashion industry work looks like it contantly isn’t sure of where it’s going or it’s always having a real hard time getting there. Everyone from models to actors looking around wondering why there lves are so hard or why they aren’t fitting up to “who they pretend to be.” All the acting is stiffling the old drive the industry used to have. The best corse of action to fresolve all these problems with out being called on. Woulkd be to go back to a model that looks of the1995 time now, and publish as many magazines in that fashion. To be perfectly honest. I don’t think anyone that can do anything for your cause is paying attention because everything looks that ridiculous and there nothing to relly pay much attention to. Your not making anything fresh as the industry is so casullay used. I wrote because I noticed this today that there is no other reason for this to be happening except for that. Fashion needs it’s old stuff bak close to what feels like now before it really kills all the top designers and they never have anyone good enough to replace them because they are original. I want this problem to stop and for eveyone to have something to do. Maybe going over what was missing from the plans in about 1995 and adjusting them to now you’d have a lot to start with and a head start.
    Laura D. Piquette
    27 yrs. old

  • Anonymous
    Posted November 24, 2011 at 6:27 am | Permalink

    La Stift ist die moncler jacken . zu erhalten eine hervorragende
    Marke und die internationale Zusammenarbeit in den letzten Jahren es braucht,
    um Ausstellungen und eine Reihe von Aktien mit der perfekten Kombination von
    feinen Marke moncler
    online
    , ist aber außerhalb der Welt Väster in Zusammenarbeit mit der
    Stärke der Marke, vor allem für Mit der Maximal-und die brillanten Farben, wie
    die jungen Männer moncler
    jackets
    , so den Punkt zu erhalten Broadcast-Modus ist immer in Mode!
     

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Hi. I'm Crosby, the founder of PR Couture and a fashion brand strategist. I care about supporting and celebrating fashion publicists as well as helping rad companies connect with their audiences in more meaningful ways. Recently, iMedia included me in their annual list of 25 Internet Marketing Leaders and Innovators, along with people from Starbucks, Twitter and Volkswagon, which I think is pretty neat. Like Elle Woods, I am a Gemini-vegetarian (that's about where the similarities end). Let's connect: Check out my full bio, Brand Elixer sessions or shoot me an electronic communiqué.