When we needed a jolt of energy and health leading up to fashion week, we turned to our friends at Sakara Life.
With their long blonde hair, legs for days and inner glow, the company’s founders Danielle Duboise and Whitney Tingle could easily be mistaken for runway models. In fact, it’s Danielle’s previous life as a model and actress that propelled her to make healthier choices when it comes to what you put in your body; instead of focusing on the consistent struggle of weight loss.
From there, a healthy eating plan was born, which has evolved into a wildly in-demand (with a little help from famous fans like Lena Dunham, Lily Aldridge, Karolina Kurkova and Erin Heatherton) organic meal delivery service.
Our spring 2016 show is behind us. While we may be breathing a major sigh of relief it doesn’t mean the madness is over. We can’t get enough of this week’s hustle so no way we are taking a break now. There’s loads to be seen and lots of places to be “seen” but we’ve rounded up our favorite fashion haunts near Skylight Clarkson Square. Fashion Week also = the ushering in of fall and these are the perfect places to cozy up when the chill hits. We can’t get enough.
Calling all Francophiles. This cozy West Village spot is an Instgrammer’s dream. And the food is delicious to boot.
What we’re eating: Save room for the chocolate mousse. Don’t worry you’ll walk it off running between shows.
We’re not exactly sure who comes up with this stuff, but we’re always down for a national holiday that celebrates food.
With a bit of research, #NationalWaffleDay celebrates the anniversary of the first US waffle iron patent and in honor we’ve rounded up our favorites places for one-of-a-kind Belgian treats from coast to coast.
With the NYC heatwave going strong, we’re taking our weekend to the Highline for a dose of food and culture with a waterfront breeze.
Enter Santina. Settled directly under the High Line, Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick’s latest restaurant is turning it out with coastal Italian cuisine and a quirky-chic setting. Go for their signature Cecina appetizer, stay for the coconut iced coffee.
Conveniently enough, modern art is right next door. No doubt the new Whitney should be on everyone’s “summer must” list, but the Santina/Whitney combo is unbeatable. Go for the Renzo Piano architecture and waterfront views, stay for the Mary Heilmann: Sunset installation (pictured below).