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Style Decoder: Hells Kitchen

The sidewalks of New York are much like the runways when it comes to trends. From what’s new to what’s truly original, New Yorkers know how to find it and flaunt it. Whether it’s a great discovery from a sample sale or a simple shirt that’s totally chic, the locals of 10019 and 10036 are all about strutting their stuff. CiNYC’s Style Decoder Hitha canvassed Hell’s Kitchen to learn why the fashion scene in these stylish zips is so incredibly hot!

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  • By kitchen appliances – 10-30-08 at 8:17 am

    The first time I visited New York I couldn’t believe it. The fashion differences are great, like London it’s so multi cultural and varied. The best thing is seeing all the amazing designer outfits on the side walk, it’s true it feels like the cat walk!

  • By Cool in Your Code – 11-04-08 at 2:51 pm

    Thanks for writing in there, kitchen appliances. Tell us who your favorite designer is?

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