Park Slope Style: Clarence Nathan

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Bright, floral patterns have been all the rage this summer, but it’s not everyday you see men seizing the opportunity to have fun with such an outrageous statement. Clarence Nathan, owner of sneaker mecca Premium Goods (347 Fifth Avenue), is one of them. Having grown up in Fort Greene “before it was what it is now,” Clarence found Park Slope as a natural place to move his shop.

“I can get anything on this strip,” he said. “Whatever sort of food, clothes. It’s a good neighborhood.”

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And while you may not be ready to rock neon jungle print, Premium Goods has something fresh and ahead of the trend for everyone. Go take a peek, and tell him the Stoop sent you.

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