And "street style" is less interesting than how real girls wear their clothes.
Where tourists are buying jeans with the aid of flashlights.
Some really excited teenagers.
There are so many other places to buy them in this city without waiting in the cold.
Lately, they seem to be the only set that can afford the spaces.
A sign saying "Go Home Hollister" appeared on a building across the street.
The temperature-raising group picture has given way to a conventional sweaty model.
But Ed Westwick and Jessica Szohr will. Whew.
After unending delays, the Most Amazing Store to Ever Land in Soho seems to finally have penciled in a door-opening date.
The buttoned-up British sportswear brand unveils its first Stateside store, bringing a preppy array of polos, plaid, argyle, and tweed.
Tomorrow, 75-plus stores join forces to stay open late (until 11 p.m.!) and offer discounts, drinks, and freebies to raise money for the city's homeless.
Also 'Lucky' lays off editors, and Terry Richardson shoots lingerie-clad models for the French 'Vogue' 2009 calendar.
In the space on Broadway where Universal News is now. We miss our magazines already.
The opening has been delayed, but the situation looks worse than we thought.