In the South we're all about Soulja Boy, but up in New York City, a girl named Tokyo Diva and her crew are showing us how the '80s babies do it on her block -- in neon leggings, big-print t-shirts and thick, gold dookie rope chains. In part, the style seems like a new new rip off of the Cool Kids but whatever. It's at least fun for the moment. --Jonathan Cunningham
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