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- The Fifth Avenue Apple store via @tokuyuki/Twitter
- A blacked-out Fifth Avenue last night via Derek Blasberg/Twitter
- An empty Madison Avenue this morning from 69th Street looking south via @BehindTheBrand/Twitter
- Another shot of an utterly deserted Madison Avenue via @sarahabell
- Boarded up Saks Fifth Avenue via @BinkleyOnStyle/Twitter
- One of Bergdorf's purple birthday streamers, now wrapped around a pole, via @JamesMartinSJ/Twitter
- Some of the streamers did stay in place, though. Photo via @tokuyuki/Twitter
- Here's what the Meatpacking District looked like last night, courtesy non-stop Twitterer @NigelBarker
- And here's the Bowery, via Glamour editor Laurel Pantin
One of the stranger side effects of Hurricane Sandy: photos of utterly deserted shopping strips keep popping up on Twitter. Above, we've rounded up scenes from Madison Avenue, Fifth Avenue, the Bowery, and the Meatpacking District.
· All Hurricane Sandy coverage [Racked NY]