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NYFW Photo Diary #1

February 13, 2012
tags: altuzarra, , bcbgmaxazria, , coats, collection, cushnie et ochs, f/w 2012, fall 2012, , jackets, Jason Wu, Joseph Altuzarra, nyfw, photo diary, photo journal, photographs, presentation, rachel antonoff, , , richard chai, richard chai love, , , season, show, , tommy hilfiger, winter 2012
by Sonia

Hello from the depths of Fashion Week! I’m going to have to make the writing portion of this post short and sweet since I need to be up in 5 hours and am working on a deadline, but I couldn’t not share some photos from the past few days! So far my favorite collections have been Rag & Bone, Prabal Gurung, Helmut Lang, Suno, and Jill Stuart. No surprise there seeing as how they’re all some of my favorite designers.

As for my sanity? Things have been going pretty smoothly aside from the fact that the memory card closure to my Canon snapped off and I thus cannot use it. Other than that it’s been a whirlwind of fun and I can’t wait for the next few days of fashion adventure! Be sure to follow me on twitter, instagram, and tumblr for of the minute updates.

I’ll be back tomorrow; until then, check out these photos from the first few days of NYFW (*note: I wasn’t able to snag photos at every show, but these are some of the highlights).


Love the pattern overlays of this BCBG dress

Richard Chai

Pajama pants and cozy knit sweaters strike again!

Jason Wu

No need to work on your biceps when you can sport these furry guns

Cushnie et Ochs

Love the back cutout of these black gown

Rag & Bone

Rag & Bone jackets and color palette gave me a Rag(ing) Bone(r)

Rachel Antonoff

Yes, that model is holding a cat. And yes, I hung out with that cat for an awkwardly long time…


I was into the makeup (and that guy has a lot of earrings…)

Tommy Hilfiger

Hands down coolest runway setup

What my life looks like behind the behind-the-scenes during NYFW

Laundry Day

February 8, 2012
tags: banana republic, best fashion blogger, , black coat fur trim, , buckle boots, , laundry day, melania trump, , olivier theyskens, , , , red background, , , , theory, theyskens theory,
by Sonia

I call this outfit Laundry Day because all of my everyday staples were in the wash and this is what I came up with. Laundry day mornings are significantly more difficult than normal mornings because you’re forced to dress outside of your comfort zone. This can result in some seriously atrocious outfits (I’m looking at you crop-top + leggings disaster), but it can also create some prettaaay prettaaay prettaaaay (any other Larry David fans out there?) great outfits as well.

I had completely forgotten about these Theyskens’ Theory jeans until they toppled on top of me while I was grabbing for one of my way too many pairs of black jeans the other morning. I was also finally forced to forgo my go to sweaters and silk blouses and reintroduce a spring tank top that was at one point a recurring star in my daily outfit rotations. Isn’t it funny how an article of clothing that you swore you’d never stop wearing ultimately finds its way to the very back of your closet? I always kind of feel bad for those pieces but I guess clothes don’t have feelings; and it’s a good thing they don’t because I throw way too many of them on the floor on laundry days…

{ Searle Coat, Banana Republic Blazer, Rag & Bone Tank Top, Theyskens’ Theory Jeans, Zara Boots & Bag, Melania Trump Watch, Tom Binns Bracelets, Haute Hippie Necklace }

// photos by Emily Malan

Orange You Glad

February 6, 2012
tags: alexa, all orange, all red, bag, best, blouse, color, , , , , , monochromatic, , mustard yellow, , , , , palette, , , , , , , , , silence and noise, , , , tones, top
by Sonia

I’ve taken my obsession with monochromatic dressing to the next level with outfits composed of pieces derived from a similar color palette. Dressing in related color tones that aren’t so matchy matchy is an easy way to look not so standard while still wearing pretty standard pieces. Here you see me all oranged up, resembling some kind of fall foliage or cherry tomato mixture,  but note this my friends: I’m still wearing my usual silky blouse + skinny jeans combo. Ain’t nothin fancy shmancy about that! This is what we call attainable fashion people, attainable fashion. Also note that dressing in a tomato-based color palette allows you to eat and spill as many tomato-based meals as you like without winding up looking like a Jackson Pollock. Major plus for those of you who are clumsy like me or use your outfits as a napkin.

{ Silence + Noise Blouse (similar here), Rag & Bone Jeans , Marc Jacobs Coat, Proenza Schouler Heels, Mulberry Bag }

//photos by Phil Evers

A Week in Review

January 13, 2012

{ My coffee table has a new bff }

Ok, that’s it. I need to talk to Mr. 2012. These weeks are lasting way too long! Anyone else feel like Tuesday was a Friday? Hate that.

Good thing I’ve got all kinds of exciting shtuff happening this weekend. My shopping/styling sessions with Mastercard’s Priceless NY members (remember when I told you about it?) commences tomorrow morning, followed by watching the 49ers beat the Saints with both of my brothers (what a rarity!), followed by din din with my whole fam-damily! Lucky me!

In other news, I’ve got lots of exciting goodies to share with you, some of which are featured in this post and others that you’ll just have to keep checking back for! You can also keep up with me on instagram (@runwayhippie) 0r my webstagram for you non iphone holders cause lemme tell you somethin’, I post a lot of sneaky peekies on there!

Have a fan-tab-u-lous weekend! Miss you already!

{ Giuseppe Zanotti put spiders on me feets }

{ Finally put some “order” into my bookshelves }

{ I’m cheating on my beanie with this Rag & Bone fedora }

{ True story: I’ve slipped on a banana peel. Now I get to slip on one everyday thanks to this rug! }

{ Paige Denim style-a-thon at their Soho flagship - photos by Steph Castro }

{ I’ve got a neon bag fetish happening right now… }

.:. r u n w a y .:. a r r a n g e m e n t s .:.

September 22, 2011
tags: best nyc florists, fashion florists, fashion flower arrangements, , floral designs, , Jason Wu, jessica stage, , nyc floral designs, nyc florists, , , , , , the remedy blog
by Sonia

{ Jason Wu }

Even though New York Fashion Week is long over (I think I’ve finally caught up on sleep), I still can’t get some of the collections out of my head. The breathtaking colors at Jason Wu, the surf inspired pieces at Rag & Bone, Theysken’s Theory holographic printed leather pants; to quote Rachel Zoe, “I die.”

One of the biggest trends on the runway this season was big, graphic, floral prints (I mean, have you seen Christopher Kane’s latest masterpiece collection!? Again, I die). I’m not usually one for flowers on clothing, but there’s something about the looks this season that have me craving flowers in all shapes and forms.

My good friend Jessica Stage* recently graduated from the New York Botanical Garden Floral Design program (see her amazing blog here!) and seriously blows me away with each and every one of her incredible arrangements. While reminiscing on Fashion Week, I sent Jess five of my favorite runway looks for her to base some of her artful bouquets off of. As a result I’ve realized that I’d be equally as happy with any of these arrangements sitting on my coffee table as I would with the below Jill Stuart dress hanging in my closet, or at least until the flowers die and then we can talk about the dress…

{ Jill Stuart }

{Rag & Bone }

{ J.Crew }

{ Proenza Schouler }

*Jessica Stage is a New York City based florist specializing in weekly accounts, special occasion deliveries, events and weddings. For booking inquiries please email her here!