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Meet the NYC street tailor mending clothes from a pushcart | New York Post

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Meet the NYC street tailor mending clothes from a pushcart | New York Post

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—  Suzy Weiss, New York Post

Call her Tailor Swift.

Makayla Wray, 29, an East Village tailor, works in Chinatown for an upscale designer during the day.

But Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. until dark, she’s a street seamstress working out of an old cart stationed at the corner of East Houston and Mulberry streets.

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