One of the most highly sought after events of the year for all fashionistas, high-end fashion bloggers, and anyone with a part in the elite fashion world, the 2016 New York Fashion Week will certainly be one for the books. Whether you have scored a front-row seat next to the many celebrities known to show up each year, or it is your first time learning more about what goes on during the week of February 11 to February 18, here are some tips on how to make the most of your time:
Where to stay
The Plaza: Arguably said, there isn’t yet another hotel to appear in New York City quite like that of The Plaza in Manhattan, especially since the $400-million renovation that occurred in 2008. Surround yourself with luxury and get chauffeured in a Rolls Royce to NYFW.
Mandarin Oriental: With the perfect location across the street from Central Park, residing in the same building as some of the most beloved restaurants in the city, and boasting one of the best spas in NYC, how can you possibly go wrong?
Where to eat
Asiate: If you do decide to stay at the Mandarin Oriental, the on-site restaurant of Asiate is sure to please. With New American and Asian-inspired menu items, your taste buds will surely thank you for a visit here.
Aureole: Another New American inspired hot spot located within the Bank of America Tower, you’ll find the food is just as good as the fantastic atmosphere they have created here.
What to do
29Rooms: In honor of Refinery29’s 10th anniversary, they are creating an incredible interactive fun house that is comprised completely of 29 different rooms, each with its own theme. Entry into this event is free and is absolutely worth checking out.
NYFW Style Bar: Head to Chester at the Gansevoort Hotel – one of Manhattan’s hot spots – and enjoy everything from makeup and hairstyling, to delicious goodies and refreshing drinks, all for a whopping $10 entry fee.
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