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Spotted in the window of the Levi's store on 14th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, a bizarre chorus line. Okay, we get it, these silhouettes are supposed to represent Levi's incredibly diverse clientele, but the inclusion of a horse head is strange. It does make the whole display worth a second glance, though. Weird, but it serves its purpose. We grudgingly approve—after all, someone did manage to make Levi's slightly interesting.
Here, a dog joins the party. His outfit, too-long shorts and a kerchief, has got to be the least stylin' of the whole bunch.