Here are eight stories you may have missed in New York this week.
Artist Seth Carnes said his shirt was prompted by a particularly bad run of luck in the city.
A 15-year resident of the neighborhood is selling "PLG" pride shirts.
Court Street offers an array of gifts for the holiday season.
Bullet-shaped cufflinks and Dutch gouda are just a few great gifts to buy on Smith Street.
ZoLa is a "socially responsible" fashion brand that hopes to give back to the animal welfare community.
T-shirt styles help beat the heat while looking fashionable.
Jay-Z's "Occupy All Streets" t-shirt disappeared from the Rocawear website on Nov. 12, 2011.
Seniors from New Design High School displayed their year-end projects tackling issues like youth pregnancy and obesity.
A local resident is suing Aéropostale for trademark infringement for using the "Lower East Side" name on its clothing.
Harlem Textile Works looks to spark creativity and business smarts among local school kids.
Inwood resident and artist Edward Ubiera celebrates the farmers market with his T-shirts and limited-edition prints.
An alternate juror was kicked out of Manhattan Supreme court for wearing a Kanye West T-shirt.
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