Summer Exclusive: Model Hotspots From Coast To Coast!

Models are known for making it look like a breeze to get past those NYC doors that we can’t seem to get through! After putting in a hard day’s work at the studio or on the catwalk, these stylish girls always know the best locales to cut loose. For a summer exclusive, we’ve rounded up some of the hottest model hotspots from the east to west coast!

Parisian-born Le Baron and favorite of the ultra-chic Kate Moss recently opened in New York after a long-anticipated arrival. It’s no surprise that it has attracted a considerable A-list following of trendy urbanites and international tastemakers who hit the Chinatown lounge for a taste of owner Andre Saraiva’s exotic house party.

Acme has been making waves among the who’s-who in fashion after having reopened its doors earlier this year, and ditching its Southern comfort kitsch for a sexier late-night lounge secured by the next to impossible reservations.

While Electric Room doesn’t scream model hot spot from the outside- it rests below the Dream Downtown and holds a max capacity of 100 beautiful people at a time- a quick look around the Union Jack-clad interior during Fashion Week proves otherwise.

Similarly, the speak-easy type venues Cabin and The Darby play host to some star-studded events. Brazilian beauty Michelle Alves threw one top-notch birthday party at The Darby in September, which continues to be a hangout for Erin Heatherton and Leonardo Dicaprio.

The younger sister to the famed Top of the Standard space, Le Bain draws it’s own swanky crowd to the pool-themed rooftop bar- think a model-only Fourth of July bonanza.

We all remember the days of the most difficult door in New York City at the notorious Bungalow 8, complete with famous faces like Kate Moss and Sienna Miller at every booth. Well, the word is out that the reopened Bungalow 8 boasts an Old Hollywood and Beverley Hills vibe once again to the red carpet regulars.

On the West Coast, models make their way to Agency where they tend to take over the leopard-print floors and dance the night away to the hottest DJ’s around. At the very private SoHo House in West Hollywood, founder Nick Jones attracts a tight mix of ‘young and established people’ with the club’s up-scale British flair and top-rated views of the city.  Celeb types also don’t miss the opportunity to pop in at Greystone Manor for a taste of over-the-top glamour.

Miami nightclubs have even been getting some attention from the model set lately, as the Wall continues to set the standard for elegant late-night boutiques with its futuristic lighting and stylish pool deck.

From east to west, the party never ends for these fun loving gals!

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