Fall Fashion: The Definitive Looks of 10 Brooklyn Neighborhoods

08/28/2013 4:00 AM |




Red Hook
Industrial buildings and harbor vistas are the ideal backdrops for Red Hook
residents to showcase their style. Even the most put together denizens don’t look like they’re trying when pairing clogs with socks, nor do they look out of place next to the guy who hasn’t washed his coveralls in a year. We like to think this results from living in a neighborhood that’s off the grid, a place where fashion tends to be
practical as well as stylish because you’ll need to walk or bike a long way to get anywhere—but you’ll look good while doing so.

Best High-End Antique jewelry Store: Erie Basin, 388 Van Brunt Street
Best Clothes-and-Everything-Else Vintage: Tiburon Vintage, 392 Van Brunt Street
Best Place for Locally Made Clothes: Brooklyn Collective, 212 Columbia Street

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