Where to Recharge After Fashion Month

Where to Recharge After Fashion Month

Now that you're back home and unpacked, get ready to embrace a more relaxed life after a month of international fashion week chasing. Here's how to get back on track in the four cities that brought you the best of style this season.

Nourish Kitchen + Table, 95 Greenwich Avenue
Chances are, you haven't had a real meal in a while — and that's ok. Nutritionist Marissa Lippert's West Village takeaway spot whips up meals that have the perfect balance of health and taste.

modelFIT, 212 Bowery
There's a reason why models like Karlie Kloss and Miranda Kerr frequent this spot year round, and we think it has something to do with how this Zen space overlooks bustling Nolita, ultimate engaging a sense of calm and protection from the outside world. But the impact of instruction Justin Gelband's signature made–for–models workouts will keep you looking front–row ready even after the final curtain closes.

AIRE Ancient Baths, 88 Franklin Street
Just in time for dropping temps, this oasis of thermal baths is an ideal escape for those who are looking for both relaxation and warmth. Splurge on their Red Wine Ritual for added R&R.

Raw Press, 32 Dover Street, W1S 4NE
Favorited by celebrities and foodies alike, this Dover Street juice cafe is the place to quench your cold–pressed thirst. Each cafe is equipped with WiFi, magazines and comfortable seating for the ultimate lounging experience.

Good Life Eatery, 59 Sloane Avenue, SW3 3DH
If you're more of a solid food kind of gal, may we suggest this Chelsea haunt? A twenty–five seat set up means you'll be able to get away from the bustle of the city, but the amazing (and delicious) healthy eats are guaranteed to get your body back on track.

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel London, Hamilton Place, Park Lane W1J 7DR
Just in time for dropping temps, this oasis of thermal baths is an ideal escape for those who are looking for both relaxation and warmth. Splurge on their Red Wine Ritual for added R&R.

Blah, Galleria di via Turati 6
Staying healthy in Italy is no easy feat. Blah Bar breaks it down into three categories (light, regular and energy) and provides the healthiest options for each, whether you're just grabbing a light cranberry yogurt on–the–go or if you need a full–blown sandwich and salad to keep you up throughout the day.

Virgin Active Corso Como, Corso Como 15
There'll be no excuses to give when it comes to this gym. They've got everything from aquafitness instructors and mini circuit training for people with a tight schedule, so there's no way they'll hear "but I'm just too busy" from you.

Spa Suisse, Corso Matteotti 6
The spa in the Boscolo Milano was designed by architect Simone Micheli, so not only will you be indulging in their incredible spa offerings, you'll also be relaxing in an atmosphere fit for calming any stress–induced, design–minded Italian. And it's open until midnight!

Cafe Pinson, 6 rue du Forez
Gluten–free treats, detoxifying soups, vegan courses...if you're looking to feed a special diet, you'll most likely find something here. And the sleek decor sure doesn't hurt.

Studio Kinétique, 15 Rue du Sentier
For those who loved the sound of modelFIT (see above) but are looking for a Paris equivalent, this Pilates/Gyrotonic/Gyrokinesis–based studio is a great alternative. It's the closest you'll get to working in your own, light–filled Parisian apartment without doing just that.

Nuxe Spa, 32–34 rue Montorgueil
You may have noticed Nuxe's Huile Prodigieuse (that means "dry oil") lining the shelves of your favorite pharmacy, and there's a reason why this French cult favorite has made its way to the States (it's because it's really, really good). So you can imagine why the eponymous spa is nothing short of a Parisian go–to as well.