THE FASHION WEEK PACKING LIST
Get in the mood for fashion month with the songs, the films, the scents—and the style, of course. Turn on the tunes, get set, and go.
THE MOVIE: Hannah and Her Sisters, Woody Allen’s 1986 film starring Mia Farrow, and Manhattan.
THE DRINK: Green tea at Chalait in the West Village.
THE SCENT: Black Saffron by Byredo, with alluring notes of juniper, citrus, and rose.
THE SONG: A Bloc Party classic—“Banquet” always makes our playlist
THE BOOK: The Rachel Papers, Martin Amis’ rambunctious tale of London youth.
THE SCENT: Bluebell by English perfumers Penhaligon’s—past wearers have included Princess Diana, Margaret Thatcher, and Kate Moss.
THE DRINK: An espresso, straight, at Pasticceria Marchesi.
THE FILM: Made in Milan, Martin Scorscese’s documentary short on Giorgio Armani.
THE SCENT: The pomegranate-tinged Melograno by Santa Maria Novella.
THE SONG: Breakout French singer Christine and the Queens’ Kanye sample, “Paradis Perdu”.
THE FILM: The 1951 classic, An American in Paris.
THE SCENT: The sensual peony-inspired scent Fleur Narcotique by Ex Nihilo.