Tiffany Trump's rep accidentally emailed the wrong Harper's magazine asking to get the first daughter an invite to the exclusive Harper's Bazaar Fashion Icons party during New York Fashion Week. The first daughter's rep sent an email on Sunday asking if it was possible for Trump to attend the annual Plaza Hotel event.
But there was one problem -- the request got sent to the wrong Harper's magazine. Instead of Harper's Bazaar, the message was received by someone from Harper's Magazine -- a monthly publication that covers politics, culture and art.
"Hi, I wanted to email on behalf of the First Daughter Tiffany Trump. She is in town for NYFW and attending a few events. She would love to possibly attend the Bazaar Icons party. Please let me know if this could be accommodated," the email read.
Giulia Melucci, the public relations rep at Harper's Magazine who received the email, simply tweeted on Tuesday night of the revelations: "I'm perplexed." Melucci also added that the person who contacted her appeared to have ties with a fashion brand.
Kim Kardashian, Cindy Crawford and Karlie Kloss are among the celebs slated to attend the shindig on Friday, which will feature The Weeknd as the special guest performer.
Last year, Tiffany made headlines after she was reportedly "snubbed" at NYFW when no one wanted to sit next to her during the Philipp Plein show. The fashion writer who caused a social media storm after tweeting that "nobody wants to sit next to Tiffany Trump" at the show later clarified that President Donald Trump's youngest daughter wasn't actually snubbed.
We're sure that we'll see more of Tiffany, who just started law school at Georgetown University, in New York City as fashion week kicks off. Check out the slideshow above for photos of Tiffany in recent months.