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Williamsburg Brooklyn is known as the land of Hipsters but Christal Young wanted to find out what's really behind hipster style. 

She was wearing a Shearling Jacket from Fox's Boutique, which cost $150

www.foxs.com

 

Her Elephant and Resin Necklace was purchased at JCrew on sale for $69

www.jcrew.com

 

Pants were by 7 for all Mankind from Loehmanns $49

www.loehmanns.com

 

Shoes by Chocolat $99 at Bloomingdales

www.bloomingdales.com

 

Hipster style did not disappoint.. Christal spotted several fashionable people

 

1)  Blue and Black Sweater Jacket, by Issey Miyake $25 at Buffalo Exchange

     www.buffaloexchange.com

 

2)  Japanese Fishing Bag about $300 from United Arrows

     http://www.united-arrows.co.jp/index.html

 

3)  Men's cartoon jacket by Veezo Millennium Gear $15 (from a thrift store)

 

4)  Helmut Lang Coat from Century 21  $700

     www.c21stores.com

 

5) Recycled Magazine Earrings by Amman the Jeweler $10-40

    (You can find him in Soho and Willamsburg Bklyn. on Weekends)

 

6)  Plaid & Silver studded Men's Shoes by Christian Louboutin  more than  $1000

     http://www.christianlouboutin.com/

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