Being in major fashion capitals for fashion month means there’s no shortage of things to do, but how do you choose to spend your time amongst endless eateries, concept stores, and rooftops? We’ve handpicked a few quintessential spots so you properly get a taste of each city.


New York


Start your morning off strong with the most important meal of the day. This tiny French bistro serves up a small but focused breakfast menu perfect for sharing. Don’t miss their Belgian waffle or scrambled eggs with salmon. 

Whitney Museum

Now located in the ever-trendy Meatpacking District, the Whitney doesn’t disappoint. After feasting your eyes on American art, take in the cityscape from their multi-level terrace and get panoramic views of the West Side. 


Maltby Street Market

You don’t need to walk far in London to discover another hive of street vendors, but Maltby Street Market has a leg up on most. Here, we recommend all of your cravings, with samples from an artisanal gin vendor to Mozambique-style pulled pork, and top notch Scottish smoked salmon.  

The Tate Modern

Hit two birds with one stone and see the Thames River and world class modern art in a single trip. After crossing Millennium Bridge and snapping a few riverside photos, The Tate will greet you on the other side. Don’t miss their latest Pop Art exhibit, featuring artists from around the world, which means you’ll see names besides Roy Lichtenstein.


10 Corso Como

Every inch of 10 Corso Como has been carefully designed and curated, so you'll be catching inspiration in every corner you look. A shop, gallery, café, terrace, bookstore, and even a tiny hotel all come together under the same roof to create the ultimate concept store.  

Armani Silos

If you’re attending Fashion Week, you'd better brush up on your industry history. Experience 40 years of Armani fashion in a stunning four-floor space.   


La Caféothèque

Get cozy in this café’s laidback, unpretentious setting with the Seine as your backdrop. Sip on their delightful cappuccino and watch the world go by.  

Madame De

French style is revered around the world, so why not sift through some fashionable hand-me-downs? You’ll find timeless designer pieces for a fraction of the price. Magnifique!