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Christal found very stylish New Yorkers in the meat packing district of Manhattan.  Her style search took a unique turn, because this was the first "Where'd you get that?" where Christal invited someone else to help her look for amazing clothes and accessories.  Marc Williamson is the co-owner of 3 hat shops in NYC.  He was also voted one of the most stylish New Yorkers by Timeout NY Magazine. 

 

Marc was wearing a custom made hat by Pork pie Hatters in Brooklyn.  It was $200. 

www.porkpiehatters.com

 

 His glasses were by Tom Ford.  They were purchased on Ebay for $300. 

www.ebay.com

 

 His gifted scarf was by Paul Stuart.

www.paulstuart.com

 

 His shoes, by Magnanni cost about $200 at Nordstrom Rack.

www.nordstromrack.com

 

 

Christal was wearing a Vintage cape from a Thrift shop in Vermont.  It cost less than $40.

Her shoes were $99 at Zara.

www.zara.com

Her fingerless leather gloves were $25 at H&M

www.hm.com

 

An amazing suede Handbag $1600 at Proenza Schouler

www.proenzaschouler.com

 

A colorful Pucci top, caught Christal's eye.  It was a vintage gift.

www.pucci.com

 

Black wool puffer jacket from Uniglo, $79

www.uniglo.com

 

Eyeglasses from J.F.Rey, cost more than $200

www.jfrey.com

 

Cashmere coat by Thom Browne, more than $2000

www.thombrowne.com

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