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For a sleeker look, hit up the Village Tannery. You can pick up a ready-made style or customize your own. ($625)
173 Bleecker St. (between Sullivan and MacDougal sts.)
A similar--but more affordable--option would be to scour the vintage scene. This embossed backpack from Etsy is right here in the city. ($80)
Listen, friends: Love ’em or hate ’em, Citi Bikes are a permanent fixture on our fair streets. And though the communal service is only a month in, we’re already noticing a rising (okay, resurging) fashion trend because of it.
Sure, plenty of New Yorkers have been peddling around on their own bikes since the dawn of time, and we do love ourselves a vintage picnic basket. But this is neither the time nor the place. After all, with a public bike you’re footloose and property-free, zipping across town from station to station. Hence, the accessories are all on you, literally.
Our money is on the ’90s satchel for the breakout street-style trend for September fashion week, so beat the cool girls at their own game: Get yourself a killer sack before there’s a line of them outside Balthazar.
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