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Fifth Avenue is known for its luxury clothing stores and the people who you'll find along the famed stretch dress the part. Check out this week's installment of Where'd You Get That?

Christal took to the streets of Midtown for a little fashion inspiration. She stood on 5th Ave and 52nd St, Christal was wearing a red vintage jacket from Hollywood Style Vintage on eBay. It cost $38. Her waxed cotton pants were from Zara for $70. Her boots were $200 from YSL.

 

www.ebay.com

www.zara.com

www.ysl.com

 

Fur, wool and Leather coat by Tods.  It cost about $3000.

www.tods.com

 

Eyeglasses by See Eyewear, $500

www.seeeyewear.com

 

Men's Leather Jacket, by Rick Owens.  Cost about $3000.

www.rickowens.com

 

Pink Pea coat by Jcrew, $278

www.jcrew.com

 

Lucite bag made in Italy by Loupe. (Not yet available in the U.S.)

 

Leather Bucket bag by Alexander Wang, Cost about $1000

www.alexanderwang.com

 

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