Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Snuggie Fashion Show S/S '10

I managed to score an invite to THE exclusive fashion show of New York Fashion week. Myself and a few other lucky reporters gathered together to for an exclusive unveiling of the Snuggie Spring Collection. That's right, Snuggie, the blanket you can wear, had a runway show. At Fasshonaburu we pride ourselves on being right on the cutting edge of fashion, so of course we had to make sure we were there to cover the latest and greatest in Snuggie trends.

And so cutting edge it was! Coming this spring you will have the opportunity to go Boho with your very own tie-dye Snuggie. Or if you're more of an edgy animal print kind of gal, you have your choice of Zebra stripes...or Leopard print. RAWR! Prefer to look a bit more aggressive in your wearable blankie? Snuggie is right there with you with Camouflage! Most importantly (and adorably) of all, Snuggies are now available for the most ubiquitous socialite fashion accessory, dogs! In this case, modeled by some very cute, and somewhat reluctant, high fashion pooches.


The folks at Snuggie clearly wanted to ensure we were prepared to return to Fashion Week in style, as were each gifted a Snuggie of our very own. I can be seen modeling my gorgeous new ensemble below. The only question now is...what after-party should I wear it to?


Check out all the Snuggie Runway action here:

Comments

CingizBleaving said...

Hahaha oh that is rich. Love it :-p

beckyxoxo said...

cool pics !

Nichelle said...

I'm so getting the leopard print snuggie I saw on the commercial last week!! lol!

MrsAv said...

If you love the snuggie and want to support breast cancer awareness then get the pink snuggie.Its a limited edition pink and its helping a great cause.Walgreens has it online or in store for only 14.99.I got mine at the grocery store foodlion myself but many dont have them.And remember Oct. is save the tatas month so go get your check up....LOL

WendyB said...

Now THAT is a hot look. No, really, you look a little warm in that thing.

Meg said...

Hehe, a Snuggie fashion show. I can't laugh too loud though. While I don't actually own a Snuggie, I am sitting at my computer wrapped in a blanket. Unfortunately, it is not leopard print.

Anonymous said...

Your article makes the Snuggie so appealing. Do they have them for dolls? I'm a doll collector.