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    The Look Book Goes to the Met’s Reopening DayWith timed ticketing, temperature-taking at the door, and a 25 percent occupancy limit.
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    The Look Book Goes to the West 4th Street CourtsFor a Saturday-afternoon pickup game.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Drive-in Drag ShowAt Bel Aire Diner in Astoria.
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    The Look Book Goes to Pace GalleryIn East Hampton, where Sotheby’s, Michael Werner, and Skarstedt have also opened temporary spaces nearby.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Riis Park Beach BazaarThe lifeguards, law students, and Hula-Hoopers enjoying a recent Thursday on the boardwalk.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Roosevelt Avenue Subway StationIn Jackson Heights, where ridership on the 7 and E lines is slowly picking up.
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    The Look Book Goes to Natty GardenA Saturday at the Prospect Heights plant shop where customers popped in for preordered pothos, eucalypti, and ZZ’s.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Jamaica Post OfficeOn 164th Street, where we spoke to USPS workers, many of whom are working ten- and 12-hour daily shifts to keep up with demand.
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    The Look Book Goes to The FlyThe socially distanced line for pre-batched martinis and dry-brined chickens in Bed-Stuy.
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    The Look Book Goes to Ninth Avenue and West 34th StreetAt the normally bustling intersection, it was just a trickle of well-masked security guards, construction workers, and DoorDash delivery drivers.
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    The Look Book Goes to Freshmen’s BedroomsWe asked NYU students, all of whom are online learning for the rest of the semester, to take self-portraits on their beds.
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    The Look Book Goes to Broadway Stars’ CouchesWe asked the leads in dozens of shuttered shows to take a self-portrait on the sofa wherever they are quarantining.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Movement ClassWe spoke to sweaty dancers in Soho after two hours of “creative movement, play, music, contact exercises, and human-to-human connection.”
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    The Look Book Goes to the Hebrew HomeAnd the adjoining RiverWalk apartments and RiverSpring Assisted Living in Riverdale, the Bronx, where we spoke, post-lunchtime, to the residents.
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    The Look Book Goes to Astor Place HairstylistsNewly shorn clients on a Thursday afternoon at the 73-year-old downtown barbershop.
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    The Look Book Goes to the New Year’s Gala at the Metropolitan OperaWhere patrons enjoyed some Champagne with their La Bohème, Tosca, and Turandot.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Bloomingdale’s Beauty DepartmentTalking to the spritzers and stylists.
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    The Look Book Goes to Big Apple CircusBackstage, where we met an acrobatic rigger, an equestrian acrobat, and Pidge the clown.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Doorman Union MeetingMembers of SEIU 32BJ, who work in buildings from Park Avenue to Washington Square.
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    The Stylish Attendees at “The New Black Vanguard” OpeningHundreds of people squeezed into Aperture Foundation to celebrate the release of Antwaun Sargent’s new photography book.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Taxi DepotAt McGuinness Management in Greenpoint, drivers pick up their cabs at the beginning of the day and drop them off at the end.
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    The Look Book Goes to the United First-Class LoungeWhere well-heeled travelers snack on kale salad and catch up on emails before their flights.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Beard and Mustache CompetitionPeople with impressive facial hair gathered in Coney Island to compete for titles like “Best Partial Beard and Chops” and “Best Mustache Styled.”
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    The Look Book Goes to JuilliardThe newly minted dramatists, musicians, and dancers who competed with thousands of applicants for a spot at the conservatory.
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    The Look Book Goes to Corona ParkOn a recent Saturday, picnickers gathered in the largest park in Queens.
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    The Look Book Goes to ZitomerWe spoke to shoppers at the nearly 70-year-old Upper East Side pharmacy–slash–department store.
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    The Look Book Goes to Port Authority, Gate 32Talking to passengers boarding the Kingston-bound Trailways bus.
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    The Look Book Goes to the RockawaysWe set up outside Locals Surf School on Beach 69th Street to talk to the surfers, many of whom are there every morning, year-round.
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    The Lookbook Goes to the Circle LineOn a hot June afternoon, we talked to dozens of tourists as they disembarked from a three-hour sightseeing cruise.
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    The Look Book Goes to Bottomless Brunch in BrooklynWoodland hosts a weekend daytime dance party with unlimited mimosas. The long line to get in is a pre-party of its own.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Cher ConcertOn May 2, thousands of fans streamed into Barclays Center for Cher’s “Here We Go Again” tour to see her for the first — or the 30th — time.
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    The Look Book Goes to the High-School Track-and-Field Championships“The girls are more competitive. In my opinion.”
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    The Photographer Who’s Selling His Clothes for a Ticket to Paris“I just sold this tulip-print ’70s wing-collar blouse that I wore once, and now I’m going to drop off a pair of Nike Air Force 1’s.”
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    The Musician Who Knows How to Sell You Tequila“I sell 20 bottles a day on average. At the very least, I’m much better than the annoying sangria guy who works next to me.”
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    The Parsons Student Who Works at a Larping Camp in the Summer“It’s the very same larping camp I went to as a child.”
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    The Ideator Who Has to Be on the Lookout for Scammers“It was like my own personal Fyre Festival.”
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    The Fashion Designer Who’s a Vintage-Shopping Expert“I have five Gianni Versace belts. Nine acid-washed jackets, several pairs of acid-washed shorts, at least two acid-washed dresses.”
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    The Student Who Got Radicalized in Junior High“I was the kid reading volume 3 of Capital while my friends played Super Smash Bros. tournaments.”
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    The Office Assistant Who Feels Blessed to Be in New York“You hear a lot of rough stories, but things have happened to me here that just feel special.”
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    The Actress Who Was Photographed by Bill Cunningham“He said, ‘That’s a beautiful hat,’ and I said, ‘I love you.’ I’m not certain he heard me; he was very hard of hearing.”
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    The Project Manager With a Rap Career on the Side“It’s not the thing that’s going to make my girlfriend marry me. But I think I’m good at it. I think it’s funky.”
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    The Retiree Who Basically Lives at Bergdorf’s“Everyone there is family. There’s Françoise from the sixth floor, who has helped me forever. “
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    The Illustrator With a Mom-Approved Buzz Cut“Feeling like I had the rather uncommon approval of my mother, I went for it.”
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    The Influencer Who Loves Matcha CBD Lattes and Tattoos“Getting tattoos is how I relax. It’s my therapy.”
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    The Model Who Started Her Career in Japan“A couple years ago, I got a DM asking if I wanted to sign with this agency in Japan. I was pretty sure it was a real agency — but not really.”
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    The Future Tennis Stars of New YorkThe Look Book goes to the John McEnroe Tennis Academy.
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    Issa Rae’s Best Looks From Awkward Black Girl to InsecureSee the star in Pyer Moss and Balmain when she’s not sporting graphic tees onscreen.
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    The Software Engineer Who Loves to Rollerblade“If you ever see a dude in a turban Rollerblading around Manhattan — well, that’s probably me.”
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    Tessa Thompson’s Best Looks From For Colored Girls to Sorry to Bother YouIncluding her prettiest ruffles and sharpest suits.
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    The Makeup Artist Who Loves a Red Lip“I can’t live without red lipstick. Make Up For Ever, Artist Liquid Matte, in 401.”
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