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Nostylgia Promotes Healthy Lifestyle and Fashionable Clothes in Time for AIDS Walk

By Carla Zanoni | May 14, 2010 7:48am
Designer Jason Devereaux created limited edition AIDS awareness t-shirts at his store Nostylgia in order to raise money for Sunday's AIDS Walk.
Designer Jason Devereaux created limited edition AIDS awareness t-shirts at his store Nostylgia in order to raise money for Sunday's AIDS Walk.
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By Carla Zanoni

DNAinfo Reporter/Producer

INWOOD — There are few better statements to make as a lifestyle-clothing manufacturer than to promote a healthy and safe existence.

That is what Jason Devereaux is hoping to do at hip clothing store Nostylgia, located at 251 Dyckman Street, as he sells his signature AIDS awareness t-shirts to raise money to donate to the AIDS Walk this Sunday.

Devereaux designs and makes all of his clothing in the United States, and tries to make the clothing in New York when possible.

You can join the Nostylgia team for the walk on Sunday at the Nostylgia Tent in Central Park at 9 a.m. Enter at 59th Street and Fifth Avenue and look for team meeting stations.

Nostylgia needs to raise more than $1,000 to meet its goal for Sunday's AIDS Walk.
Nostylgia needs to raise more than $1,000 to meet its goal for Sunday's AIDS Walk.
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