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European fashion week show venues like the Arco della Pace for #RobertoCavalli can often be just as interesting as the clothing itself. Photo via @altamiranyc

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Halloween in New York is terrifying. But the week leading up to it? Adorable. This year, the Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade drew 500 canines and an estimated 25,000 humans to the East Village. Swipe through to see some of our favorites, and visit the link in our bio for even more puppers. 📸: @amylombard for @nytimes
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In Cuba clothing options are limited by a lack of imports, cultivating, so a singular style can be challenging. “People will bring clothes in bundles from Miami, Panama or Mexico and sell them up from their homes,” said Rose Cromwell, a photographer who has been going to Cuba since 2005. Milagros Reynoso, 51, sources costumes from Brazil, which she wears when performing with her dance crew at cultural events around Havana. Her outfits are usually very colorful and include elaborate headpieces. “You just see all kinds of color all the time,” Ms. Cromwell said, onstage and off. She is one of the many Cubans who go to lengths such as making their own clothes, having relatives bring pieces from abroad or scouring local vintage spots. Link in bio for more.
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In Cuba clothing options are limited by a lack of imports, cultivating, so a singular style can be challenging. “People will bring clothes in bundles from Miami, Panama or Mexico and sell them up from their homes,” said Rose Cromwell, a photographer who has been going to Cuba since 2005. One key style element for many men is chunky gold jewelry, including crosses and amulets. “Even if somebody doesn’t have a whole lot of money, it’s still important to wear nice jewelry,” she said. Click on the link in bio for more style from Cuba.
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Angel Lazaro, 29, was hanging out with his friends (who call him Mayito) at Bar Roma, on the rooftop of a 1920s building in Old Havana. Mr. Lazaro hadn’t ended up at the bar from seeing it on the street. There was no sign outside indicating that a ride up in a rickety open-air elevator would lead him to one of the city’s most interesting watering holes. Inside, the scene consists of creative types mingling with tourists over mojitos and rum cocktails. “To me, that was an indicator that Cuba was changing,” said Rose Cromwell, a photographer who has traveled to Cuba for over 12 years. Mr. Lazaro describes his style as “funk” and has tried to not follow trends. He is one of the many Cubans who go to lengths such as making their own clothes, having relatives bring pieces from abroad or scouring local vintage spots. Link in bio for more.
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Sage Elsesser, 20, is a skateboarder for Supreme. “It’s a family-oriented company, very in-house, which I support,” he said. How many Supreme pieces does he own? “Too many.” Supreme opened in Brooklyn today with a giant skate bowl. Last night, they had an opening party. Within minutes of the party’s start, skaters like @sageelsesser and @thatsonme were feeling out its contours, while nonskaters (like us) were taking to the cameras on their phones, to show the world that they were near skaters. Read @joncaramanica take on it. Link in bio. Photo by @rebeccasmeyne
User Image nytimesfashion Posted: Oct 5, 2017 8:03 PM
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Supreme opened in Brooklyn today with a giant skate bowl. Last night, they had an opening party. In the crowd, there were skaters (Mark Gonzales, @sageelsesser), celebrities (@amareisreal, James Franco), avatars of good taste (@mistermort, @venusxgg), at least two people in hyper-chunky Balenciaga Triple S sneakers, a troop of public relations representatives and, out on the street, security alternating between pushing people off the sidewalk and back on it. (And also children: There were probably more attendees under the age of 13 than, say, between 13 and 20.) Like, Zani Bici, shown here, at the opening. "He knows how to skateboard,” said his father, Peter Bici, who was one of the first team riders for Supreme when the store first opened in 1994. “He sees me doing it so he likes it.” Read @joncaramanica take on it all. Link in bio. Photo by @rebeccasmeyne
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Supreme opened in Brooklyn at 152 Grand street today with a giant skate bowl. Last night, they had an opening party. On the floor, @supremenewyork was showing off its latest collections and there were things to be had for under $50, and also for more than 10 times that, reflecting the brand’s role as both entry point and end goal. It is also the raw material for a vibrant and thirsty resale ecosystem with prices that can rise exponentially on the internet’s gray markets. (No, we didn't get a box logo tee, don't DM us.) But do read @joncaramanica story about last night, link in bio. Photo by @rebeccasmeyne
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At the Silver State Industries ranch in Carson City, Nev., inmates train horses to respond to commands using a method called “gentling.” “I look at them like us,” John Harris, an inmate who is taking part in the program, said. “I helped the horse become a better person so he can make parole.” See more of @ryshorosky's photos at nytimes.com/mensstyle (and, of course, link in bio).
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