15 Jun What celeb chef Marcus Samuelsson can’t live without
Dapper chef Marcus Samuelsson is a man of taste, both gustatory and sartorial.
The 46-year-old, who has 32 restaurants from New York to Stockholm, just opened two hot spots at the Curtain hotel in London: the Red Rooster Shoreditch, an outpost of his famed Harlem eatery, and Tienda Roosteria, an all-day bar and taco joint.
The Ethiopia-born, Sweden-raised culinary star also recently released the Savoring Harlem Detour app, an audio tour of his favorite neighborhood, and will unveil his first restaurant in Newark, NJ, this fall. Samuelsson lives in Harlem with his wife, Maya Haile, and their baby boy, Zion (his daughter, Zoe, lives in Europe).
Here’s a look at the stylish gear that flavors his world.
"I try and wear hats as much as possible. This is one of my favorite hat shops, and they have the best selection for whatever you are looking for."
"A clean, sleek look that goes with dressy or casual styles and fits what I need to hop from work to meetings to the gym."
"Gotta have a strong pop of color, and these pants are it! They fit great, too."
"This brand fits me really well, and I like the print and color patterns used."
"I've always been a sneaker fan. Love the way they look and feel."
"One of my
"It's a great color and a good fit."
"This is a kitchen must-have."
"This book took me five years to write and is sort of like a love letter to Harlem. It's a dive into Harlem culture with food, style, music, art and community."
"I love supporting local businesses — this candle is by someone who lives in Harlem, and I like the scent names given to each Harlem-themed candle."
"These are great and even better when I can buy the style
with a pop of color, like blue or dark green."
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