Fashion week is a harrowing experience for everyone involved. You don’t eat. You don’t sleep, and your body is run down in all ways, but my good friend, Elettra Wiedemann, has a solution…as always.
For the second season in a row, she brings to the fashion masses over at Lincoln Center her pop-up restaurant, Goodness. Founded on the principles of providing affordable, locally sourced food, by a rotating line-up of celebrity chefs, the unstoppable supermodel is taking her walk from the runway to the kitchen.
The concept is simple…she takes over a neighborhood restaurant (this time it’s Robert at Museum of Arts and Design), she sets up shop for three days (Feb 11-14), she invites celebrity chefs to make lunch (Mario Batali, Leo Forneas, Alain Allegretti, Julian Medina) and then they serve it daily (11am - 3pm). I mean…GENIUS!
In addition, this season Goodness will offer the Goodness Lounge on the 7th floor of the Museum of Arts and Design which is designed as a comfortable “living room” space for journalists, models and editors to relax and refuel. The lounge will feature a touch-up station by Lancôme and Wi-Fi connections just in case you want to email your cheekbones a bit of rouge.
Goodness is located at 2 Columbus Circle, 9th Floor and will be open from 11am - 3pm on February 11 - 14. Please visit Goodness for stellar chef lineup.