Here we are again, NYFW. You probably have already seen a bit of my Fashion Week journey if you follow my Insta stories and live streams but if you haven’t, we still have three days left to go so don’t miss out. I’m happily collaborating with Arlo Hotels this NY Fashion Week, yay! I kicked off this season with the Tadashi Shoji and Noon by Noor runway shows the first night. Both collections were beautiful, as always and I would absolutely wear every piece from the Noon by Noor collection every single day. Arlo Hotel in Hudson Square being so close to the venue (Skylight Clarkson Sq.) has saved me multiple times, which I am so thankful for. This brings me to my #1 fashion week survival tip: make sure you stay somewhere near the venues during any FW. It will make the biggest difference, mainly because of the city traffic and in my case, NYC’s weather in February. Of course, it is also just convenient not having to go back and forth from the venue > hotel the whole week.
Arlo Hotels has been nothing but wonderful and accommodating. First off, I’m lowkey really impressed with how amazing the whole hotel smells 24/7. Haha. But onto the features of the hotel: There is a café open 24/7 along with a coffee bar right in the lobby satisfies my 3am cravings every night when no stores or restaurants are open. Also, the salmon bagel and yogurt parfait are sooo good, I need more. I’d describe the vibes throughout Arlo as modern and comfortable. I love how there are a bunch of amenities to enjoy, such as the rooftop, courtyard, restaurants/bars, game areas, and plenty of spaces to just work + relax. My room on the very top floor has a stunning view of NYC, delightful both morning and night; nothing really beats waking up above, in the city. The coziness of the hotel + room with a hint of adventure brought to light by the Arlo events is what I’m currently living for. Thank you so much Arlo Hotels for hosting my stay during New York Fashion Week!