New York: The city that never sleep
New York City. One of the most interesting and vivid places in the world. I say place, because New York City is more than a city. It´s a culture that has influenced and inspired people all over the world.
For me as a fashion editor, New York Street Style is like the Holy Bible and no matter what, I always scroll through the internet for new street shoots and captures.
The main reason I got in touch with Syster P was actually for their passion and love for places, in particular New York. My curiosity needed to be nourished, and now when I´m one of the crew, I really understand why N.Y is inspiring them to design and create jewelry that not only looks good and matches almost everything, but also where every little detail and piece has a story behind. A value, something untold.
A big city like N.Y has endless amount of things to do, sights to visit and places to eat. I´ve gathered a few of my own favorite spots in the city for a weekend and I hope it will serve as a good starting point if you plan your trip to the city that never sleeps!
Places to visit
#1 Artist & Fleas Market
Where: 88 Tenth Avenue, Manhattan, and 70 Seventh Street, Brooklyn
When: Saturday and Sundays at 10am-7pm
What to find: Artists & Fleas is a weekend market that brings together the vintage and the contemporary designed by a number of local artists and designers. You’ll find anything from jewelry to accessories to bicycle parts to home decor.
#2 Ralph´c Coffee
Where: 711 Fifth Avenue
Ralph Lauren is giving the coffee shop scene a fashionable makeover with his first ever coffee shop. Located on the second floor of the Polo Ralph Lauren flagship store, the designer’s cafe boasts coffee, espresso, pastries and a little shop of Ralph’s Coffee memorabilia—plus a chic area to enjoy your coffee, chat with friends and catch up on reading your favorite fashion tomes.
# 3 MoMa
Where: MoMA is located in midtown Manhattan, New York City, at 11 West Fifty-third Street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
The Museum of Modern Art, MoMa seeks to create a dialogue between the established and the experimental, the past and the present, in an environment that is responsive to the issues of modern and contemporary art, while being accessible to a public that ranges from scholars to young children.
Definately a place to visit when in New York!
# 4 Central Park
Where: 59th to 110th St., from Central Park West to 5th Ave., Manhattan Borough, New York, NY 10022
843-acre urban park in the middle-upper Manhattan, New York City. Being one of the most visited urban park in the U.S Central Park is a spot worth Instagram-from.
# 5 West Village
No matter if you are going on celebrity hunting, admire unique pieces of street art, relax in green spots, or just want to get lost amid its charming townhouses, eclectic boutiques and legendary bars and cafes, West Village in New York City is my favorite spots of all.