“When I First Moved to New York I Bought Vogue Instead Of Dinner, I Just Felt It Fed Me More”
I’ve been lucky enough to make a few trips to New York, with the most recent being for the New York Marathon, and there’s just something about the buzz of the city that makes me fall in love with it a little bit more each time I visit. The feeling of being a little doll surrounded by huge skyscrapers, the hustle and bustle on every corner, and the unequivocally chic hangouts dotted throughout the city. It’s unsurprising that the holiday blues kick in before even getting to the departures lounge to go home. Needless to say – It’s never a case of ‘Goodbye’ when New York is involved, but always ‘I’ll See You Later’.
1. Chelsea Market
2. The Highline
3. Williamsburg, Brooklyn
4. A Broadway Show
5. Sunrise on Brooklyn Bridge
6. Central Park Strolls
1. ABC Carpet & Home – a concept store where you can wander through their interiors, homewares and gifts for hours and hours through the sheer awe of their visual merchandising
2. LF Stores – It’s luck of the draw in this small women’s clothing store, but they have a mix of seriously discounted designer clothing and shoes. If you’ve got the patience to search through, it’s worth it!
3. Pottery Barn – Beautiful home interiors store
4. Chelsea Market
The Habit Hunter x