Anine Bing New York

Anine Bing New York

Hello Anine,

Tell us about your new store in New York.
It’s located on 330 Bleecker Street in West Village – one of my favorite areas in New York. I’m so happy with how the store turned out. It represents the brand so well and it is the perfect place for any customer to get a feeling for what ANINE BING stands for.

Name 3 of your favourite places in New York?
Well I’m going to have to say that my number 1 favorite place right now is the ANINE BING New York store! But I also love the Meatpacking district and West Village with all the cute shops and restaurants. My favorite restaurant right now is Buvette and it’s located just around the corner from the store.

Which is the best hotel?
Soho Grand Hotel

What do you love most about New York?
The pulse and the energy. I feel alive when I get here and it brings me so much inspiration from just walking around town.

Describe New York with 3 words.
Energizing, fashionable, wonderful.

Anine Bing New York, 330 Bleecker St –

The Store

Bleecker Street

Museum in a elevator Tribeca

Located in a Tribeca/Chinatown alleyway, sits New York City’s smallest Museum in a defunct elevator shaftway

The Museum does not house artworks, fashion or fossils; instead, it showcases bits and pieces of the everyday: a pile of broken glass from New York City, a plastic glove from Paradise Valley, Montana, a hot water coil heater from Kaunus, Lithuania. There are also some more traditionally notable offerings, such as the shoe thrown at George W. Bush at the Minister’s Palace in Baghdad in 2008 or a series of objects (driver’s license, cell phone, comb) salvaged from the Pacific Ocean by deep-sea diver Mark Cunningham.

“A smart man’s garbage is a foolish man’s fortune & vice versa,” reads the Museum’s mission statement. “There is always beauty and magic in the plebeian.”

4 Cortlandt Alley, b/t Franklin St & White St –

Museum Items



The super-stylish SIXTY LES is Located on Manhattan’s Allen Street, where the East Village meets the Lower Eastside and has amazing sweeping views of downtown Manhattan (especially from it’s members and residents only rooftop terrace bar).

The interior at SIXTY LES is sleek and modern with spacious loft-like rooms and features an array of artwork by some of the most influential names in art. Pieces by Stephen Shore adorn the walls, each room has it’s own individual black-and-white illuminated photograph by Lee Friedlander and you even get to take a dip in the pool with a giant portrait of Andy Warhol taken by Gerard Malanga peering up at you.

It really is the perfect place for those who appreciate the Lower East Sides hip, anything-goes energy.

Price: Superior Queen Room fr. US$188 when you book early
SIXTY LES, 190 Allen St, Lower East Side

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King Size Bed




Bag all

Bag-all, giving is easy

Yeah! Do something for the environment – in style! Buy reusable cotton gift bags from Bag-all.

The owner and creator of Bag-all is Swedish Jennifer Jansch, a mother of three and a stylist for over 20 years. She design, manufacture and sell reusable fabric gift bags and travel/organizing bags.

Why did you move to New York?
I lived in New York most of the 90-ies. When I met my husband I moved back to Sweden for 10 years. We moved back with our three children 2011. The reason: because I love New York! It fits my personality perfectly. I can be creative and be myself 100% in New York

Mention 3 of your favourite places in New York?
1. The Nolita area east of Soho. This is where I have my shop. I particularly like Mulberry Street, Mott Street and Elizabeth Street between Prince and Houston. Full with little independent shops like mine and great restaurants.
2. Central Park any time of year!
3. Hudson River park. A park that runs along the Hudson river on the West side of Manhattan. You can walk, ride your bike or run.

What do you love to do in New York in your free time?
Walk all over. We don’t own a car. There is always something amazing to look at!

Mention something weird that you’ve experienced in New York
Freaky weather. Sometimes it rains so much you would think someone was throwing buckets of water off the tops of the buildings. I have never seen anything like it anywhere else.

What do you like best about New York?
The people. Most people are just so friendly and happy!

Describe New York with 3 words
Awesome, exciting, cool

Bag-all, 219 Mott St, Nolita –

Jennifer JanschFoto: Jenny Brandt
Gift Bags
Resuable Cotton bags

For a classic New York City hotel experience at affordable prices, nothing comes close to The Sohotel. Located directly off historic Bowery Blvd in the heart of downtown NYC, The Sohotel provides a once in a lifetime chance to experience the city that never sleeps at a price that will let you rest easy.

The Sohotel offers a wide variety of newly renovated rooms of and amenities in a historic building, one that has presided over the Bowery for over two hundred years. The Bowery has experienced a renaissance over the past two decades, and is now thriving in every aspect: be it the world class shops, historic cultural landmarks, delicious eats, or vibrant nightlife. It is right in the middle of all the action, yet still surrounded by a relaxed charm that’ll make you feel right at home.

Price: fr. US$120 per room/night Standard Queen room, A Deluxe Family room for 5 people fr. US$131 per room/night
Area: SoHo
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