+Bleeker Street in The Village +Bookmarc Store + Cute dog posing in Marc Jacobs window +Postcards +Magnolia Bakery +Purchases from the Marc Jacobs Bookmarc store +Christopher taking a cheeky snap of himself in a thrift store +Marc Jacobs condoms +The City by night +Marc Jacobs truck at NYFNO +City Skyline +In Greenwich Village an artist paints on the corner +Cab to cab +Central Park +Patting a horse around Central Park +Our photo in the Marc Jacobs window +City skyline +Sitting on a stoop
Today, the clouds broke and we got to experience a beautiful blue sky here in the concrete jungle. This morning we made our way down to the Village, where we perused through the Marc Jacobs bookstore called; BookMarc. I was in my absolute element, as it is stacked with such inspiring coffee table books, which boast fashion, art, music and pop icons. There are also such quirky little Marc Jacobs accessories, such as pencils, key rings, laptop covers, notebooks and condoms. Across the lane, stands the Magnolia Bakery, which is famous for not only its mouth watering cupcakes, but a Sex and the City scene which was filmed there. After a New York moment sat on the brown stones steps, with coffee in one hand and Marc Jacobs in the other, we jumped in a cab and made our way to Central Park. This is where Christopher let it be known of his strange obsession with Squirrels, he was like a little kid in a candy store! Our time here today was only brief, as we had to get back to the apartment to organise ourselves for New York's Fashion Night Out. The city was on fashion fire tonight, with events taking place at almost every store. Soho was especially alive; there were people everywhere, models in windows, celebrity appearances and DJ's spinning tracks. Alexa Chung was DJing at Stella McCartney, the editor of Vogue Japan was at Macy's, Coco Rocha was at Topshop and Dakota Fanning was at Marc Jacobs; just to name a few.