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Ask Shop Clerk Archive

March 26, 2007
Ginger Hargett

Alessi, 130 Greene St., nr. Prince St.; 212-941-7300

August 14, 2006
Alberto Bruchi

"They are very sturdy. There are people who drive their Vespas around the world."

August 7, 2006
Dimitri Gatanas

"Less is always more. A busy garden is like somebody screaming into my ear."

August 21, 2006
Anya Nordeen

"The quintessential girl that comes in here is petite and tan and has boobs that point up to the sky."

October 22, 2007
Duane Harriott

Other Music, 15 E. 4th St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-477-8150

March 13, 2006
Abby Hay

They’re statement shoes. Women who like Sigerson Morrison like us.

April 4, 2005
Gerry Laboy

The pipe smoker is subtler, more laid-back. Seldom is he kinetic. Cigar smokers are more sensual, tactile, like the habit itself.

June 20, 2005
Ursula Wiskoski

We have more of an artistic crowd, fashion editors. Anna has people that come for her.

October 30, 2006
Olivia Kibar

"New York women abuse their feet—some customers come in on crutches after hammertoe or bunion surgery. They put on the flats and are in heaven."

June 12, 2006
Dom Smith

"My last sale was to a 70-year-old who tried on twenty T-shirts and bought seven."

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