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Street Scenes: Calder on Greenwich Avenue

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Today's Street Scenes subject is Calder, shot on Greenwich Avenue between Franklin and Harrison Street. Feel free to vote on whether you like or dislike his outfit below. Your choices are 'Perfection!,' 'So close,' 'I feel strangely ambivalent about it,' or 'Who did this to you?'

[Photo by Daniel Krieger]

Calder is wearing shorts from Paragon, a shirt from the Salvation Army, a jacket from Reminiscence in Chelsea, shoes from Odds, socks from Modells, his mother's vintage glasses, and a backpack from Century 21. His favorite store is the Salvation Army on 46th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues. You can check out his music on Myspace.

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