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Where'd You Get That? (Sept. 9)

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MYFOXNY.COM - The major mayoral candidates visited the Good Day NY studios ahead of Primary Day.

Of all the questions thrown their way, one of them them came from Christal Young who asked: 'where'd you get that' suit or necklace in the case of the lone female candidate Christine Quinn.

Check out their answers on everything from Anthony Weiner's shoes to John Catsimatidis' original tie:

Joe Lhota wears suits by Hong Kong tailor 'Glen.' "When I used to work at Madison Square Garden I thought the Knicks and Rangers always looked great.  I started going to this Hong Kong tailor. It fits great, they last longer. Hang it up at night and the wrinkles seem to go away."

Bill Thompson wears ties by Pink. "I think it was a State of the Union and I saw President Obama and loved the color of the tie. It was inspired by Obama."

Christine Quinn wears a blue pendant. "It was gift from my wife. She originally got me a pendant that was grey and a few years later got my one that was blue."

Sal Albanese: "The tie and the suit are by Brooks Brothers. By the way I don’t work for Brooks Brothers."

John Catsimatidis wears a dove tie:  "I created it. That’s one of my loves. This particular pattern are two doves. The sign for my daughter’s wedding were two doves. Everyone who came to the wedding got ties and scarves with two doves."

Erick Salgado: "I got it (suit) in Staten Island just two blocks away from my house. Right on Forest Ave. I think it was $200."

George McDonald. "I got it on sale. It’s made in America. It’s an Oxford suit."

Anthony Weiner: "I have very comfortable black shoes with tassels but one day my wife said you have to do better. For Father’s Day she got me these fancy Cole Haan shoes."

John Liu: "My fabulous jacket. I got it from a 50 percent off sale from Barney’s. I got it over 10 years ago. (Burberry)"

Bill de Blasio: "I got the tie at Rothman’s in Union Square. It’s got energy and pop. We’ve got a little patriotism built in. I always look for a bargain."


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