The best places to visit in New York during NY Fashion Week.
In February and September, in New York, the maximum concentration of a stylish audience gathers - during these periods, Fashion Weeks are held in one of the fashion capitals. But we will talk not only about fashion! If you also plan to land in New York the other day, follow the places of power, which cannot be passed by.
Where to stay?
It is necessary to settle during Fashion Week so that the main venues for the shows are within a few minutes, if not walk, then at least Uber rides. The circumference of the Lincoln Center is a location that deserves the closest attention. The bohemian atmosphere of this area is felt in every detail. Particularly noteworthy in this area are the hotels Park Central and Empire Hotel.
Where to prepare for the shows?
You can get quite tired of the marathon, which is called Fashion Week. Fortunately, New York has all the conditions to relax after the Marc Jacobs show and prepare for the next premiere of Tom Ford. When choosing a salon for a two-hour massage or a procedure that is guaranteed to hide the consequences of a flight and the lack of proper sleep from others, focus on the most luxurious. For example, Spa salons such as Big Apple and Shibui Spa will definitely not deceive your expectations.
What to see?
And since fashion has become the leitmotif of the trip, it is worth looking at the exhibition, which is opening soon - "Fashion and Furation", at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We recommend also to visit the exhibition "Hans Haacke. All connected", in the museum New Museum of Contemporary Art. You also have a great opportunity to visit one of the most famous museums in the world of MoМА, where exhibitions of famous artists and fascinating installations are constantly taking place.
If you have enough fashion events within the Fashion Week schedule, take a walk along the familiar New York streets the Rockefeller Center, where a series of chic shops are located - on Fifth Avenue and Madison Square.
Where to have dinner?
If you want to try something new, go straight after the shows to Frankie & Johnnie's Steakhouse. It is one of the oldest restaurants in the Theatre District, where it was once a haunt of people like Frank Sinatra. One of the most authentic restaurants called Daniel, 60 E, 65th Street. Continually being praised by critics, Daniel has become a standard-bearer for quality and excellence in food, atmosphere, and service.
Where to have fun?
When the city falls asleep, the fun only begins. Do not count on a full eight-hour sleep during the trip, otherwise, skip the most interesting - numerous unofficial after-party shows. Have a wonderful time in New Your!