During the NYFW hustle and bustle, everyone has a handy list of the city’s hottest spots. We asked influencer and model Laura Jung where she eats, drinks and shops throughout the week.
What’s your favorite place for morning coffee?
Shows are everywhere, so wherever you happen to be, you’ll have a coffee.i love oilco, La Cabra, Devoción, foreigner, cafee integral.
What’s the best cocktail spot?
Bar Pisellino is very atmospheric and the interior is sexy and inviting. They have so many varieties of Negronis and a huge outdoor seating area for resting during the crazy week.
Best shopping for your last minute wardrobe needs?
I recently discovered James Veloria. East his Broadway gem, packed with an insane curation of vintage and second-hand goods.
Your secret Fashion Week hangout?
My apartment or hotel room. Seriously, savor the moments between shows in the comfort of your own home!
Where’s the best place for a quick snack?
Nish Nush for falafel sandwiches near Spring Place, OCAFE for small bowls and the best green smoothies, Manousheh for Lebanese flatbreads, and Daily Provisions for sandwiches and crullers.
What’s your favorite late-night restaurant?
Odeon for classic French bistro fare and martinis, corner bar for simple pasta and cocktails, Wild Air for light bites and a great wine list, and Thai Diner serving the best of Thai cuisine in an ultra-vibrant space.
Do you have fun activities to do when you have downtime?
Museum Day is the perfect opportunity for rest and tranquility while igniting the creative spirit of Fashion Week. The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the New Museum are my favourites.
Where’s the Best Place to Recover After Fashion Week?
Treat yourself to a Chinatown favorite massage at Renew Day Spa or Zu Yuan. Or, if you’re feeling indulgent, book his day in the spa at Aire Ancient Baths.