States of Style New York

It's no secret: the Big Apple is big on fashion. Follow fashion blogger Lana Jayne as she navigates New York's unique style and shows us some of her favorite hotspots along the way.
It's no secret, the Big Apple is big on fashion.
This Manhattan locale, popular among shoe lovers in the style industry, refurbishes top-of-the-line heels and handbags.
This stunning shop in SoHo—the second location to open in Manhattan after their smaller flagship on Madison Avenue—sells the most decadent macarons imported directly from France.
This legendary store is situated in the heart of Manhattan’s NoHo shopping district, and it’s a cult favorite among celebrities, stylists, models and bloggers alike.
Bliss SoHo (founded in 1996) is known for luxury treatments sought after by picky Manhattanites. What sets this spa apart from countless others in the city? The non-elitist atmosphere.
With a worn-in warehouse feel, this 6-story stunner right next to Union Square has an unrivaled collection of unique items.
No matter how crowded this hotspot gets—it’s a popular place for 20 and 30-somethings each day at happy hour—it maintains its airy feel.
An oasis for the avant-garde shopper, Kirna Zabête’s been a downtown draw for fashion junkies since it opened in 1999.
This restaurant, located in Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood, draws fashionable downtown New Yorkers (and a famous face or two) every night of the week.
Tenoverten is my happy place. It’s one of the chicest nail salons in NYC where I retreat after a long day of running around like a maniac between meetings.
On a relaxed Saturday or Sunday, one of my favorite places to spend time in New York is the Metropolitan Museum of Art.