Third New York day started in an american way - with breakfast at Dunkin Donuts. We've had one just at the subway station. Their bagel and glazed donut is a love, but I hate the colourful sweet flavours. Had enough of them in Berlin, when we bought six and then fed them to the pigeons. Anyways, our first backstage that day was Katie Gallagher and the show took place in High Line hotel. An amazing castle-like place with good café Intelligentsia on the courtyard. The next backstage, Sallly LaPointe was just five minutes walking distance. The fashion week team was probably thinking of our tired legs. We used the afternoon for exploring the city. The Statue of Liberty is impressive. I especially liked the view of it from the boat (love boats!) with Manhattan behind it. Didn't really need to go inside. In the evening we wanted to get some nice sunset view of the city. Empire state building seems like the first choice but actually everyone told us that the Rockefeller center is much better and indeed, it was amazing! The thing is actually that from Top of the rock you are actually facing the Empire and also youc an see the Central park and the whole city on the other side! I will remember that beautiful view for the rest of my life!