The Breakfast Club: A Fashion Meets Food Editorial

The Breakfast Club: A Fashion Meets Food Editorial
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Good food and inspired fashion are two things I—along with most New Yorkers—are insatiably hungry for. It’s a frequent intersection, fueled in large part by necessity, but also the sheer number of great restaurants we frequent and the dinner parties we throw (or attend.) Not to mention what you wear to these events are often just as important as what you eat.

In celebration of the undeniable union between fashion and food, I spent a morning shooting my favorite summer accessories at the city’s coolest and most unique early-morning spots. From Vietnamese-style congee at Mission Cantina to breakfast tacos at Cafe El Presidente to an Italian feast at Frankies 570, I embarked on an ultra-chic breakfast hop around some of New York’s must-try restaurants—and rocked some killer baubles while doing it.

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When pancakes and eggs benedict are too basic for brunch, Mission Cantina is where you want to be. We stopped into the lively spot for duck congee, shrimp toast, and a bahn mi egg sandwich.

Bracelet, Jennifer Fisher; Sunglasses, Haze Collection

Bracelets (top to bottom): Nora Kogan Man Ray Lips Cuff, Susan Alexandra Bombay Cuff, Jennifer Fisher Brass Screw Cuff, Susan Alexandra Cherry Cuff.

Mission Cantina: Bahn mi sandwich, to go.

Craving breakfast tacos and lupitos? Head on over to the bright and beautiful Cafe El Presidente, the sister restaurant to Nolita's Tacombi — its more-than-exceptional array of street-style Mexican food will leave your wallet happy and stomach satisfied and full.

Sunglasses, Haze CollectionEarrings, Holly Dyment  enamel earrings; Bracelets, Luis Morais; Rings (right hand): Norah Kogan, Holly DymentRings (left hand): Michelle FantaciHoly Dyment, Yossi HarariFinger Ring, Jennifer Fisher

Rings (right hand): Jennifer Fisher, Holly DymentNora KooganRings (left hand): Yossi Harari, Luis Morais, Holly Dyment, Holly Dyment

Frankies 570 in the West Village has been a longtime favorite for friendly vibes and Italian staples, and their breakfast is second to none. We're talking creamy polenta, perfectly poached eggs, smoky hunks of bacon, and ricotta toast with honey — yum. Classic, glamorous, indulgent, just like our jewels and nails.  

Bracelets, Jennifer FisherXiao WangRings (right hand) Carol Le Bris Perez, Luis Morais, Xiao Wang, Luis MoraisRings (left hand) Jennifer Fisher

My favorite It-item? Bacon.

Rings, Holly Dyment, Jennifer Fisher, Yossi HarariBracelet, Norah Kogan

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