Ever wonder where Riccardo Tisci gets his coffee, about the workout Martha Hunt swears is fun, which gallery artist Alex Katz not only likes to visitbut also where he presents his work? We do, too. So, we asked! First, as not to leave you hanging, that’s Marlow & Sons, Body by Simone, and Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, respectively. Now, if you really want to experience New York City like a Barneys insider, take a visit to our brand-spanking-new City Guide.

Think of City Guide as your ultimate Rolodex to finding the best nooks and crannies this city has to offer. In this way, City Guide isn’t just about the stellar group of designers, artists, models, and bloggers we all love—it’s really all about you and what you want to discover. Using our edited directory, you can search by ‘Personality’ or ‘Category’ to find where to have juice between fashion showsPamela Love suggests trying out the “Very Veggie at Juice Generationor if you’re more interested in a stronger libation, Phillip Lim advocates a stiff martini at Smith & Mills.City Guide

Since we are purveyors of the world’s top designers, the where is just as important as the wear. Not only does the City Guide offer where to go, it also offers up what to wear to select hotspots, as chosen by our Fashion Office. And it’s all shoppable for your convenience.

Today we launch with NYC, but stay tuned for San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles, Paris, and more to come. For now though, whether you’re a NYC dweller, swinging through for work, or perhaps planning to visit this fine city on holiday—we welcome you to use this tool in planning mode or on the go. Even we Barneys born-and-bred New Yorkers were surprised by some of the gems unearthed on our own home turf by our stylish friends. And that’s something that needs to be shared!Altuzarra example

 

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