Hiro Kiriyama, 32, and Aya Kiriyama, 30

Bleecker St in Soho

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Hiro Kiriyama and Aya Kiriyama

Hiro Kiriyama and Aya Kiriyama Photograph by Donald Bowers

HOMETOWN: Fukuoka, Japan

OCCUPATION: Chef at Fanny on Graham Ave in Williamsburg; saleswoman at Red Pearl on Bedford Ave

ISN'T IT KIND OF HOT TO BE WEARING HATS? "We both wear a lot of hats—it just makes us comfortable. I don't like the way my hair looks down."

ARE YOU A FAN OF PARLIAMENT? Hiro: "Yes, I got into them in Japan." Aya: "He just likes the shirt."

HOMETOWN: Fukuoka, Japan

OCCUPATION: Chef at Fanny on Graham Ave in Williamsburg; saleswoman at Red Pearl on Bedford Ave

ISN'T IT KIND OF HOT TO BE WEARING HATS? "We both wear a lot of hats—it just makes us comfortable. I don't like the way my hair looks down."

ARE YOU A FAN OF PARLIAMENT? Hiro: "Yes, I got into them in Japan." Aya: "He just likes the shirt."

"These shoes are secondhand Fendi from Buffalo Exchange. I don't have a problem wearing other people's shoes if they're in good shape and aren't stinky. Especially if they're Fendi."—Aya

To unleash the animal in you, try the Nairobi Birkenstock designed by Heidi Klum, available at Harry's (2299 Broadway at 83rd St, 212-874-2035), where women's clogs start at $115.

--Market editor Kristina Dechter, edited by Dan Avery

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