We start out with NYFW and no, the ladies did not go to Kyle x Shahida to see the robes and caftans. Tinsley Mortimer makes her triumphant return to fashion week and closes the show for an edgy, futuristic designer. Tins may no longer be the ‘It’ girl of NYC but this proves to herself (and Dale) that she still has it in her (curly hair and all.)
The ladies meet for lunch to discuss the fashion; however, they were upset with Leah for missing the second show as they had first row seats which made it obvious she wasn’t there. Leah reveals that her mom is not speaking to her as Leah has returned to drinking, and after the last episode, I think her mom has legit reasons to be concerned. Leah revealed this information via text to her mother and defends herself by stating it’s the millennial in her that made her do it. At the end of the day, if Leah wants to drink it’s her decision; however it seems that everyone who loves her (including her ex) remembers her dark days and is scared for her. Perhaps she should pump the breaks on the Hamptons naked, tiki torch soirees:
The ladies continue the catwalk tour of the Big Apple, as they stop by Sonja’s International Luxury lifestyle brand fashion show (and I’m using the term ‘fashion show’ very loosely here.) Dorinda is stepping over seating arrangements and Leah was given sweats, a pimp hat, and some Elton John sunglasses to wear to the show. I’m not sure what Sonja was going with this look but it’s definitely not ‘luxury yacht wear’ material – that’s for sure:
It’s hard to stay mad at Sonja when she is so lovable by taking this horrendous outfit and modeling it herself – proving how unflattering and horrible it really is. It’s definitely got ‘pimp going to the gym’ vibes; however maybe the jokes on everyone else. Perhaps Sonja was simply a visionary and knew that everyone would be practically living in sweats in 2020?
Overall it was a fun, light episode with just the right amount of shade thrown in to make it interesting. Take note other franchises – this is how it’s done!
RHONY airs Thursdays on Bravo.