Moschino Jeans swimsuit; Julianna Rae boy shorts; United Nude shoes; Tuleste Market necklace.
Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, we walked into this one … to photograph Coeur de Pirate. And the walk wasn’t easy. Bathtub Gin is a new speakeasy in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood that’s hidden behind the cornflower-blue walls of Stone Street Coffee House at 132 9th Avenue. Once you pass the hiss of the espresso machine, you find the wall paneling to the far right (facing the street), feel for a notch under the horizontal piece of wood bisecting the panel, and pull. If that doesn’t work, knock three times and tell ’em INKED sent ya. You’ll then gain entrance to a room of lush lighting and libations. There may be a copper bathtub in the middle of the space, but the gins are made by Hendrick’s and Plymouth. Speak easy and order a big drink.