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Shopping WE LOVE (Meatpacking District)


DVF New York


For the Bohemian in us all, shop at DVF. We’re extra fond of their dresses, which are the perfect blend of flowy and patterned. The Camila Dress is idyllic for a weekend trip to the beach. For a night of cocktails with friends or maybe just a date, we love the Zarita Long Lace Dress. – 874 Washington St




You can’t go wrong with Moschino. Their store on West 14th Street and 9th Avenue is both sleek and minimal. Lately we’ve become obsessed with their key rings, their classic Moschino Key Ring being our personal favorite. Also, you can’t forget to get yourself The Most Moschino T-Shirt. – 401 W 14th St

Carlos Miele

Carlos Miele Meatpacking District


If you need a break from Northeast weather, step inside Carlos Miele’s West 14th Street store. Their tropicana dresses with hints of animal patterns are daringly fun. You’ll feel as if you’ve been transported into some Cabana night. And who can argue with that? – 408 W 14th St

Jeffrey New York

Jeffrey New York - Meatpacking district

Outerwear, coats, jackets

With a philosophy on curating the most envy-worthy designers’ creations, Jeffrey New York is your one-stop shop. And the minimal-styled layout makes navigating easy and even fun. We love their selection of handbags, ranging from Saint Laurent to Valentino. – 449 West 14th Street b/t 9th & 10th Ave

Alice and Olivia


Dresses, shoes and bags

Going Parisian has never been as fun as it is with Alice and Olivia. From their Marlee Sequined Striped Sweater to their Colton Drape Lapel LTR Jacket, you’ll feel like a chic goddess in their monochromatic designs. But don’t forget to add some pops of color, too. Pair those pieces with their Lucite Clutch. – 431 W 14th St

Chelsea Market

Chelsea Market - Meatpacking District

Variety of things – Bread – pastries – the vintage market – groceries

This is the mecca of markets. We’re not even exaggerating. Every shop is designed to perfection.  Artists & Fleas is like stepping into a 1972 Chelsea; from the tables of brass bracelets with customized engravings to the floral scarves with a mysterious history, you’ll never grow bored. As for freshly baked breads (because you can’t go to a market without that), Fat Witch Bakery is your place. The name makes sense, as each baked good tastes like magic because it really is that good. Don’t forget to end your trip at Chelsea Wine Vault. And be sure to make plans to come back to the market week. – 75 Ninth Ave

Christian Louboutin



If you love all things shoes, then Christian Louboutin should be your pharmacist. You need that prescription. Their slim and audacious 120 mm heels are our favorites. And while we’re for all things black with their classic So Kate in black, but why not mix it up and get them in a nude? It’ll elongate your legs and also deem you the woman in the room. Who’s complaining about that? – 59 Horatio St




Let’s get back to the basics—Hanro style. For something on the classic but also innovative side, they’ve got you covered. Your body will be thanking you with these soft and versatile blends of fabric. Their Cotton Pique Robe for her and Knit Robe for him are as homey as they are chic. Be comfortable and look good while doing so? Sign us up. – 806 Washington St