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Peter Som


Peter Som

Peter Som is a New York-based designer who's known for his bright, often patterned dresses. You'll see plenty of celebrities wearing his designs, and he additionally does a popular line for Kohl's - which we also understand to be a celebrity hotspot.

When you hear about Peter Som's clothes, they're frequently described as "classic." They're bold and colorful, but without falling victim to the latest passing trends. Peter Som gets that you want a dress that'll probably still be great in a couple years.

When it comes to restaurants, the designer has similar taste. He's all about classic, quality spots that don't get old. Check out his picks below, and follow his @PeterSom tweets and 'grams.

Indochine Perfect For: Celebrity Sightings 430 Lafayette St.

"After all these years, it’s still Indochine. Scan those round booths when you come in and you're sure to see some fabulous NY person noshing on spring rolls."

Good Perfect For: Dining Solo 89 Greenwich Avenue

"Sit in the bar area at the counter against the window. Have a Good burger and watch the parade go by. It’s definitely my go-to."

Eleven Madison Park Perfect For: Special Occasions 11 Madison Ave.

"It doesn’t get more special than Eleven Madison Park. The room alone with its dramatic high ceilings is enough to make one swoon with the glamour of it all. And then there's the food!"

La Bottega Perfect For: Outdoor/Patio Situation 88 9th Ave.

What’s great about La Bottega is that you can go there for just a great evening aperitif - or you can stay for some great Italian food. Make sure to take a moment and look up through the trees and the round lanterns and be happy you're in NYC!

Zenkichi Perfect For: Unique Dining Experience 77 North 6th St.

"Zenkichi Modern Japanese Brasserie - this place is like a cool little Japanese tea house with private booths that have bamboo shades drawn for privacy - it feels both mysterious and chic."

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