New York City Trippers

Online inspiration

21 Oct 2016 by Esther

In absolute totally random order we fill you in on the sites & blogs that are a must when it comes to fashion, interior, the latest news, health & green, lifestyle and what "to do" in New York City. We can assure you that our information is incomplete and that there are many many more.

Well and Good NYC

Well and good talks about yoga, green food, good looks, good food and good sweats. Here you can find info about the latest hip workouts in New York City and stuff like kale facials. Frequently reading their newsletter already gives you a fit feeling.

HONY (Humans Of New York) by Brandon Stanton. The name says it all but there is more. Fantastic.

Garance Dore

Garance Dore, a French femme (fatale? ah mais non, no I don’t think so) living in New York City. Garance is an illustrator, photographer, blogger and what more who loves to share “the whirlwind of fashion” with you.

Where did you get that

Karen Blanchard’s blog. As she puts it; “made in London, living in New York”. Perfectly styled street style photography. Karen often takes shots of her outfits while being in the midst of the city. So apart from catching up on fashion you also get to enjoy a bit of New York.

Design Milk

Your daily vitamine D(esign) shot. Design Milk is an online magazine dedicated to modern design, art, architecture and more.

The Selby

Todd Selby, a photographer, author and illustrator. His project, The Selby, gives you an insiders look into the homes of creative individuals. Don’t expect any swept clean tidy households or made up beds. Great.

Mind Body Green

Mind Body Green is "a conversation about health". The people behind it hope to inform us and give us tools to make our life even better to be able to keep doing all those great things that we are already doing. Or something. But it really is a great site.

The Sartorialist

Scott Schuman. Needs no further introduction (right?). Photographer and one of the world’s greatest and best known fashion bloggers. Street style and a whole lot more.

Time Out New York

Time Out, a good old classic, that’s been telling you where to go and what to see for years. Went from mostly on paper to mostly digital. Be sure to check out their “things to do in new York today” (or this week, this weekend, this month). And ofcourse a cityguide can be found on this site as well.

On Location Vacations

A must if you’re into movies and/or celebs “here’s a look at what’s filming on location for today”.

NY Magazine

Visitors guide. News and politics, entertainment, restaurants, bars, shops and more. And if you get lost, just come back to our site.

NYC go

”The official guide”. Must-sees / things to do / where to stay / visitors info and so on. Lots of general info to be found here.

Advanced Style

Ari Seth Cohen wanders through the streets of New York looking for “the most stylish and creative older folks”. There are enough photos on this blog to prove that “personal style advances with age”.

Olivia Palermo

Olivia Palermo, a New York socialite pur sang. She effortlessly takes you from a meeting with her personal hairstylist to her charity projects and everything in between. Always impeccable dressed and absolutely gorgeous.

Habitually Chic

Heather Clawson’s site. Decorator, author & photographer who has a cruch on Paris. Preppy.

Refinery 29

About fashion, beauty, wellness, living, entertainment and shopping. An institute.

A cup of Jo

A cup of Jo by Joanna Goddard. About fashion, home & design, motherhood, weddings & relationships. And also with tips for a visit to NYC. Joanna talks about everything you can imagine and she does that very well; she gets over 5 million frequent visitors on her site.

Fathom Away NYC

Fathom’s homebase is New York City and needs to be on this list. “Plan your trip” gets you started.

The New Potato

Restaurants all over Manhattan and Brooklyn.

What would Gwyneth do

Welcome to the life of a 30-something woman who lives in a small New York apartment with husband and young kids. In her "I Don't Know How She Does It" topics women explain how they combine their 100-hour workweeks with keeping their husbands, kids and friends happy, workouts, charity, baking cakes and so on.

For news check one or more of the following sites:

Newyork CBS local

NY Daily News


7 online

Newsday NY

The New York Times

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