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Jeffrey, New York City
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Posted by lifestylehunters | Hotspots | July 6, 2011

Jeffrey, New York City

Sometimes I (Hunter Niels) fantasise how awesome it would be to be able to spend everything I want, without having to think about the prices. Maybe you remember those television programs, where someone has to race through a supermarket for a minute and pick everything he wants. The one with the highest amount of money in his basket may keep all the products. Well, I don’t necesarrily like to do this in a supermarket, I prefer to do this in a fashion store (such a surprise). If I had to choose one shop where I would like to do this, it would be Jeffrey’s in New York City. You directly feel welcome in this shop, because of the polite doorman. The clothes they sell are very edgy. It seems like they selected the collection in the store especially for me, because I never had seen anything I disliked.  Brands they sell are: Balenciage, Viktor & Rolf, Chanel, Marc Jacobs etc. And in the center of this Meatpacking District’ shop is the shoe collection. It’s like a little peace of heaven. In the center of the store, near a fontaine beautiful pair of shoes are shown. Shoe labels you can find here are: Brian Atwood, Louboutin, Prada and many, many more. Not only I like shopping here. The celebs know how to find this place as well.

 Rachel Zoe Celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe wearing fur seen with her assistant after shopping at Jeffrey's on a windy, chilly day in the meatpacking district, nyc. "What she does is earn a reported ,600 a day dressing A-list stars - think Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes and Demi Moore - for photo shoots, awards seasons and even the ritualistic Starbucks runs, in between vintage shopping (coveted Hermes Birkin bags are her idea of collectable art) and sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with the likes of US Vogue editor Anna Wintour at Paris Couture week."

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