Which Restaurants Are the Most Fashionable This Week?


A rare look inside of the Beatrice Inn, during Purple magazine's party.Photo: Patrick McMullan

We’re not ones to let models decide where we eat — okay, we have asked Missy Rayder and Agyness Deyn for recommendations — but if you believe that the fashion industry knows a little bit about what’s tasteful and hip, you might wonder where designers are having their showings and parties this week. Starting with Vera Wang at Bobo, we’ve come up with a list of other restaurants and nightspots that are under Fashion Week occupation.

1 Oak: Red Dress party (2/1), Rock & Republic party (2/2), Catherine Malandrino party (2/4), Tory Burch cocktails (2/5), Oliver Sweeney party (2/6)

49 Grove: Mandate of Heaven showing (2/1)

The Annex: Alexander Wang party (2/2)

Arena: Bernard Willhelm party (2/1), Necessary Objects by Ady Gluck-Frankel showing (2/5), Jordi Scott presentation (2/8)

Azza: Nanette Lepore party (2/6)

Bacaro: Unis showing (2/6)

Beatrice Inn: Purple party (2/3), Colette party (2/5)

Bobo: Vera Wang showing (1/31)

Bowery Hotel: Lacoste party (2/2), Jonathan Saunders party (2/3)

The Box: Rag & Bone party (2/1), Rodnik show/Iqons magazine launch (2/3)

Bubble Lounge: Alice Ritter’s presentation (2/1)

Butter: Charlotte Ronson party (2/4)

Cellar Bar: Samsonite Black Label party (2/5), Tibi party (2/6)

Don Hill’s: Halston party (2/4)

East Village Yacht Club: Unruly Heir showing and party (2/2)

Gramercy Park Hotel and Rose Bar: Erin Fetherston party (2/1), Serge Azria’s Joie party (2/4), Fashion Week cocktails (2/4), G-Star party (2/5)

Hotel QT: Jedda-Kahn showing (2/6)

Hotel on Rivington: Catherine Fulmer presentation (2/8)

Jour et Nuit: Irina Shabayeva presentation (2/8)

Le Royale: Carlos Campos party (2/1)

Mansion: Zac Posen party (2/7), Jeremy Scott party (2/8)

Mercer Hotel: Party for Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton documentary (1/31)

Mr. Chow: The Daily party (1/31)

The Plumm: Maggie Norris and Kiera Chaplin Couture party (1/31), B. Michael party (1/31)

Socialista: Nicole Miller (2/1), Miss Sixty dinner party (2/3), Betsey Johnson (2/4), Matthew Williamson (2/5), Phillip Lim party (2/6), Tony Melillo showing (2/8)

Suzie Wong: Baby Phat party (2/2), Vivienne Tam (2/5), Ecco Domani party (2/8)

Tenjune: Ducky Brown party (2/1), Celebrity Apprentice party (2/7)

Touch: Elisa Jimenez event (2/3)

Tribeca Grand: Bernard Willhelm showing (2/1), Frank Tell presentation (2/2)

Webster Hall: Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony (2/4)