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If you haven't yet strutted on the elevated Meatpacking runway that is the High Line, some stores would be more than happy to outfit you with the goods to look like a fan from way back.
One such shop is Anya Hindmarch's Soho store on Greene Street, which has devoted their single window to showcasing the $150 Friends of the High Line totebag. It's a bit like when she commemorated the Concorde by designing dopp kits for British Airways.
Anya got a chance to visit the construction of the park earlier this year, and now displays proof in the form of a polaroid at her store. Proceeds will help fund park maintenance, but they apparently won't buy you a smile from the workers.