Is Bushwick really the seventh most stylish neighborhood in the world? Anna Wintour finds out!
Vogue is all about the Brooklyn 'hood's style, so we're imagining what Anna Wintour's research trip was like
1/5Photograph: Anna: Shutterstock / Bushwick: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/Susan SermonetaSubway style
Here we see Anna resplendent in silver at the Myrtle Ave subway platform, MetroCard safely stashed in her massive silk pocket.
2/5Photograph: Anna: Shutterstock / Bushwick: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/Wally GobetzStreet artist
Anna is no stranger to creativity, or living on the wild side. "Look!" she seems to say. "See the living artwork of Bushwick!" (Anna remained tight-lipped when pressed to reveal her own tag.)
3/5Photograph: Anna: Erik Pendzich/REX USA / Bushwick: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/yoursecretadmiralSo derelict
Here the Vogue maven stalks magnificently through Bushwick's back streets; the scents du jour were Parliaments and pee. From the Bushwick candles burning nearby, of course!
4/5Photograph: Anna: Erik Pendzich/REX USA Bushwick: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/NiklemPretty woman
Rhapsody in beige, on Irving Street. Doesn't Bushwick make you feel like this?
5/5Photograph: Anna: Shutterstock / Bushwick: Courtesy Deidre SchooCreature of the night
Here's Anna getting a bite at Roberta's. Fashionistas need a cigarette break by the ATM too, you know!
By Time Out editors|
Last week, as part of its global street-style report, Vogue magazine named Bushwick one of the hippest and most stylish neighborhoods in the world. Now, we know Brooklyn style is blooming, but we're wondering if Vogue empress Anna Wintour has ever really hung out in Bushwick. That's why we thought we'd give her a whistle-stop tour so she can get a feel for the place, outside fancy-pants New York Fashion Week events. And Anna, if you're reading this, we'll totally meet up with you at Roberta's for a Family Jewels pizza.