As the Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of Women’s for Scoop NYC, Heidi Hoelzer is the ultimate fashion week insider. Her schedule not only demands running from show to show during the week, but also decision making, as Hoelzer decides what clothing and accessories are actually going to end up on the racks at Scoop stores.
Here, Hoelzer shares her favorite fashion week haunts with us. Not surprisingly, given Hoelzer’s manic schedule, she plans to unwind after it is all over at spa. We don’t blame her!
As the Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of Women's for Scoop NYC, Heidi Hoelzer is the ultimate fashion week insider. Here, she shares where to hangout during the week around New York City.
Lincoln Park Bar and Grill: I may be a fashionista but I love college football," Hoelzer shared. "This is where you will find me between shows on Saturday! Did I mention the cute boys?" 867 9th Avenue; lpgnyc.com.
Tequila Park Taqueria: "A fabulous way to end a crazy day," Hoelzer says. "Adorable new patio at the Hudson Hotel. And who doesn’t appreciate a good margarita?" 358 West 58th Street; morganshotelgroup.com.
Scoop NYC: "The place to go for your ultimate closet," Hoelzer shared (and she would know). "Not one but four stores in a row—you are bound to find something! Don’t forget to check out our Beyond Vintage concept shop (open through October)." 873 Washington Street; scoopnyc.com.
The High Line: "A great escape from the busy streets and a nice way to see the city," Hoelzer says of this park built on the former elevated New York Central Railroad. For more information visit thehighline.org.
Willow Road: "A new hot spot in Chelsea," Hoelzer shared. "Great to grab a drink and people watch. Or if you are hungry I highly recommend the buttermilk fried chicken (#zerocalories)!" 85 10th Avenue; willowroadnyc.com.
Chelsea Market: "A one stop shop that can satisfy almost anyone’s cravings (coffee, green juice, crepes, brownies, lobster!)" Hoelzer says. "Not to mention a great place for last minute gift ideas!" 75 9th Avenue; chelseamarket.com.
Naka Naka: "My little sushi gem," Hoelzer says. "Peaceful, charming, and delicious. Order everything." 458 West 17th; nakanakany.com.
This Is Story: "I love this concept store," Hoelzer says. "[They are] always changing their theme and the staff is wonderful!" 144 10th Avenue; thisisstory.com.
Virgola: "Brand new," Hoelzer shared. "A narrow alleyway converted into a wine and oyster bar. What more could you ask for?" 28 Greenwich Avenue; virgolanyc.com.
Aire Ancient Baths: "The way I plan on ending fashion week," Hoelzer shared. "Massage and a dip in all of the amazing baths and pools." 88 Franklin Street; ancientbathsny.com.