Stylish Favorites from NYC

Sunday night in the city is extremely quiet and a much slower pace than the day.
{Steel Globe at Columbus Circle on a cool summer Sunday evening}

There is always so much to see and do while in this vibrant city, here are a few favorites that I enjoy returning to upon each visit!!

Sunday in the City
Sunday night in the city is very quiet; this fast paced town slows down quickly and becomes so enjoyable to get out and walk, which it is the best way to see New York.

The quaint tearoom Ladurée on 398 W Broadway {SoHo}, and do not forget when in Paris pick up a few macaroons!
{Pastries and delicacies on display in Ladurée’s SoHo branch}

Ladurée in SoHo
Whether in New York or Paris it is imperative to schedule time for lunch in a quaint tearoom, where you can select a delicious pastry from the bakery in the next room to enjoy with a freshly brewed cup of coffee after your meal. This is the most civilized way to relax, review notes from the day, all while enjoying the atmosphere of those being served high tea. And you must absolutely order a small box of macaroons to savor once back to the hotel.

Conrad Hotel-New York, 102 North End Ave in Battery Park
Me posing on our arrival in the lobby of the Conrad after a long journey

Lobby of the Conrad Hotel in Battery Park
The location of the Conrad in Battery Park is strategically placed to many shops, museums, subways and the Freedom Tower. And the view of Jersey City is fabulous!

Beautifully crafted graffiti on the side of a building off of Elisabeth Street in SoHo

It is great to come upon art no matter what form, even in the guise of graffiti while walking down Elizabeth Street in Soho.

The poster of the Yves Saint Laurent movie at the Film Forum in New York.

A Movie or Show
We had the opportunity of seeing the held over movie about the fabulous Yves Saint Laurent at the Film Forum on West Houston. The film captures the French designer’s life from the beginning of his career after the death of Christian Dior in 1957 to when he meets his lover and business partner Pierre Berge at his first couture show. The film progresses to how these two built the YSL Empire and the first “ready to wear” collection, which completely shocked the world of fashion!! The scenes of Paris are worth the movie alone, as was YSL’s allegiance to Algiers during their war for independence from France in 1954-1962.

Travel Stylishly,


4 Replies to “Stylish Favorites from NYC”

  1. Great pictures and back stories of NYC. Although I haven’t visited ‘the Big Apple’ since at least 1980, I feel like it was only recently through this post. Thank you!


  2. Hello Stylish Heath. Awesome pics from your trip to NY. Love the nightlife photos of the city. Swanky hotel there and of course your adorable pose in the lobby only adds to the impressive setting, Miss Stylish. Keep up the great work……


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