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Shop My Ride

A trio of retail trucks hitting the streets this summer.

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La Poubelle Vintage Mobile  

La Poubelle Vintage Mobile
Throughout Brooklyn; locations posted on Twitter:@poubellevintage.
This 1968 teal-and-white trailer, helmed by Etsy vintage-clothing seller Laura Lanz-Frolio, specializes in mod shifts and seventies prairie dresses ranging from $25 to $125. Other gems include the odd Victorian-era lace camisole ($80), plus an assortment of $10 antique cuff links.

Nomad
Thursdays at the Lent Space Food Truck Lot on Grand and Varick Streets; thenomadtruck.com/find-our-truck for other locations.
Magpie Jessie Goldenberg taps artisans everywhere from Bushwick to Ghana for her handmade assortment of infinity scarves, Aztec-print leggings, and graphic knit backpacks ($20 to $50). Her cream-colored Ford (a Craigslist score) is equipped with a changing room and plenty of Bob Dylan tunes.

Arden Reed
Wednesdays at Old Slip and Water St.; Thursdays at 47th St. nr. Park Ave.; Fridays at Rockefeller Center.
Thanks to a 3-D scanner onboard this bespoke-suit-mobile (a converted, black-painted FedEx truck), guys get their measurements in 60 seconds, followed by a stylist consultation about fabrics and details. The finished product (from $400 to $950) arrives within four weeks.


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