On the Hunt in NYC: Fashion, Sushi and Jazz
For our second day of New York Fashion week we decided to support the Dutch Designers. Hunter Niels in Ado Les Scents and Hunter Linda in Dennis Diem. We added a futuristic pair of sunglasses to the look to complete the look.
First show we attended on Friday was Concept Korea. Five designers showed their work. One of our favourites was this minimalistic one. Another designer which we really liked had a collection with pied-de-poule, it reminded us a little bit of Balenciaga.
Maybelline is one of the sponsors of New York Fashion Week. They have a machine in Lincoln Centre from which you could get your favourite make-up product. Hunter Linda went for ‘Colour Tattoo’.
Giving credits to the photographers about what we are wearing.
After the show we were dying to get a coffee. We quickly ran to the Starbucks across the street of Lincoln Centre. Hunter Niels was sitting next to model Sean O’Pry, but only noticed when he walked away.
After a quick outfit change we went back to Lincoln Centre for the show ‘Noon by Noor’. A brand which is very popular with the young starlets. Kim Kadrashian, Blake Lively are big fans of the brands. Celebrities attending the show were Olivia Palermo and Nicky Hilton.
The dark side of fashion: It kills your feet.
After the shows we went to Bleecker street for lunch. Or actually brunch since we didn’t had time before to have breakfast. Hunter Linda obviously went for a giant cookie, and Hunter Niels for a flat bread and to finish the meal fresh lemonade and a cup cake from Magnolia Bakery.
We had a new Hunter Match, we both shopped at Marc Jacobs.
We are staying in a loft in Brooklyn. The other day when we walked out the loft we met this couple. They are a photography duo. They insisted on working with us and extended their holiday just to make sure they could make pictures of us. We were so honoured, since they work for Vogue Brazil/Elle Germany/Flaunt etc. etc. Click here to see some of the work, and the pictures will be online next week.
After the shoot we went back to Bleecker street to have Sushi.
We closed the day at this hidden Jazz club. You had to walk through the kitchen and take a staircase down to get there. Delicious cocktails, dressed up people and live Jazz music. How more New York could it be?