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  1. Price drop
  2. Up - jacket added
  3. Go to the Y3 store in Soho.
  4. I wouldn't limit yourself to retail. There are a lot of brands, large and small, that are based in New York as well. If your goal is to get to New York and start sustaining yourself, you will have no problem doing so. It can take time to get a job, any job, so apply to as many as you can (this doesn't mean you should rush your applications or half-ass them, though). You'll be fine with your degree. I studied music technology, of all things, and now work in fashion. If I were you, I would apply on the brand side as well and start working as early as possible. This will help you gain experience and get you a paycheck (unless you bag an internship). Once you have a job, keep your eye on brands/retailers/companies you think you'd like to work at more than where you are currently and apply when something becomes available. Once you have a job, you can always quit if/when you find something better.
  5. Hit up Uncle Boons in Nolita for good Thai. People like Freeman's in the LES too, it's been around for a long time so probably not as much of a scene as it used to be. I recently had a good time going from the basement bar @ Tijuana Picnic -> Old Man Hustle -> Beverly's -> 169 Bar -> Baby Grand. Go to Shake Shack in Madison Sq park, not central park. And then go to Eataly (also has rooftop) if you're still hungry. And then go to the Clocktower if you're still hungry. There are a gazillion places to eat and drink in NYC. can be helpful.
  6. Selling my Minie Hunting Jacket - size 2: $400 OBO
  7. Drop to $660 on the 7 Hole 73 Folk boots
  8. Bump / price drop
  9. Price drop to $700. Happy Friday.
  10. Selling a pair of unused 7-hole 73 folk boots, size 10, brown with carbon fiber TPU (from the last SS15 7-hole drop) for $730 (what I paid).