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June 16, 2015

10 Philadelphians looking cool in the heat

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Philadelphians still look cool despite the heat.

From chic summer suiting, to smart accessories, Philadelphians sure know how to look cool in the heat. Here's a look at how 10 Philadelphians mastered Center City dressing in 90-degree weather. 

Timothy Lebold in a J.Crew suit, Thomas Pink tie and a Tag Monaco watch.
Lebold also sports a pair of $1.50 knockoff Ray-Bans from Vietnam.

Alex Bessen, left, and Zoe Walker get wild with their summertime designs in Center City.
House of Li Jon artist and designer, Lia Mira, left, and J.W. show off some of their sculpted, wearable couture.
A hand-sculpted scarf by House of Li Jon.
Akirah Justice sits on a ledge in Rittenhouse Square wearing some recycled fashion from Buffalo Exchange and a brightly colored Timex watch.
Akirah Justice's shoes and mismatched socks.
Melanie Macready, senior account executive of Center City Film & Video, sports a Nanette Lepore dress and necklaces from Waxing Poetic.
Katie Arnson wears Warby Parker sunglasses and an Edme & Esyllte shirt from a clothing exchange and carries an Everyday Tote bag from Philadelphia-based Fabric Horse.
Adam Neiswinter reads Machiavelli's "The Prince" in Rittenhouse Square. Neiswinter is wearing a linen shirt and chino pants from Uniqlo.
Adam Neiswinter sports Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses and a "no-name bag from Amazon."
Dr. Jimmie A. Ellis III, founder and senior pastor of Victory Christian Center, sports a cool summer look with a matching Michael Kors watch.