There are no ifs and or buts about it—without a question—New Yorkers have an immense sense of fashion. From the Bronx to Brooklyn, and all of the neighboring boroughs in the Big Apple, the word “swag” shouldn’t be taken lightly when it comes to expressing style in NYC. We ooze it. With a melting pot of diverse ethnicities presently swooping the city, quite fittingly, fellow Empire residents all feed off one another in a quest of not only dressing to impress, but the goal here is to standout on their very own in regards to slapping on a trendy outfit. And you can rest assure that when it comes to originality and individuality, Spanish Harlem has a flair for articulating style in many walks of life; and whether it’s for renowned local shops or clothing spots, 116th is the place to be. So listen up you out-of-towners, grab a seat and get real acquainted with the good ole 6 train stop. Travel along with the New York Times as they learn firsthand about all of SpaHa’s fashionable luxuries—ala from the perspective of Spanish Harlem representatives—and peep what sort of stuff you can incorporate into your own daily fashion kit.