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October 29, 2012
Nick Van Winkle, Marketing Manager

“I race bicycles in Prospect Park and Central Park and at an abandoned airfield in South Brooklyn called Floyd Bennett.”

October 22, 2012
Prudence Farrow Bruns, Yoga and Meditation Specialist

“I did a three-month meditation course in India, and in the next room were John Lennon and George Harrison. When they left, they said, “We wrote this song for you.”

October 15, 2012
Candaice Deabreu, Retail Salesperson

“I’ve changed my hair five times this year. You don’t need a head full of hair to be beautiful.”

October 8, 2012
Kimberly Delancy, Restaurant Hostess

“I think we’re very fortunate to be in this country, but a lot of people take it for granted.”

October 1, 2012
Joan Van Hees, Vintage-Clothing Dealer

“People obsess over vintage Gucci—that’s not me. I’m more particular: I like prints and textures.”

September 24, 2012
Raymond Tanter, Professor

“Yes, this is my look. I’ve worn a bow tie for the last 30 years.”

September 17, 2012
Hogan Gorman, Actress and Writer

“I did a one-woman show at the New York Fringe Festival, and just turned it into a book for Penguin.“

August 20, 2012
John Cullen, Lawyer

“My son always tells me pleats are out, but I like them.”

August 6, 2012
Amanda Aldinger, Editor at M.A.C Cosmetics

“Men don’t give a shit here—they know they’ll get what they want.”

July 30, 2012
Les Robinson, Men’s Clothing Salesman and Student

“I study American history. That’s what I’m passionate about.”

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