Fall Fashion: The Definitive Looks of 10 Brooklyn Neighborhoods 

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Was that Grimes that just snubbed us? Kidding! Here in Bushwick you’ll find tons of tiny shorts, ironic garments, and hair bleached to the extreme. Actually, everything here hedges extreme: fringed shirts that probably cost half your rent and creepers that go just a little too high. Guys can also be seen wearing cut-off shorts, often topped with homemade tie-dyed shirts. And, oh yeah: shaved temples.

Best Vintage For Everybody: Urban Jungle, 118 Knickerbocker Street
Best Curated Vintage: C O L L E C T I O N S, 16a Wilson Avenue
Best Vintage for Weirdos: Nouveau Vieux (at The Loom), 1087 Flushing Avenue

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