DRESS IN NEW YORK
Director(s): Yaël BITON – Writer(s): Yaël BITON Contact Print page
Shaun, a young mother, explains why she owns ten pairs of jeans and we learn that under his or her relaxed and cool attitude, the typical New Yorker is not immune to the occasional fashion « faux pas ».
Young Sidd tells us why he practises the “sagging” with his 400$ jeans and we discover that sneakers are true collector’s items and a valuable trading commodity. The true collectors – the sneaker heads – meet at the Dunkxchange to trade the most prized models for up to $ 2000!
And we meet Jen who tells us that in Brooklyn, she exchanges freely her clothes with those of her “hipster” friends…