Meet Jihad or "J," who we spotted at Hoyt-Schermerhorn waiting for the A train. He had on a red jacket, chain, gloves, shoes and made a point to pull out a red cell phone. He was certainly matching. He says he produces music.

New York City’s mass transit system is the great equalizer.

Regardless of your cultural, educational or socio-economic background, if you ride the iron horse, you share an up-close-and-personal experience with the best (and the worst) of everything the city has to offer.

NYC subways are also where you can capture the flyest, most diverse and most unexpected displays of fashion and urban couture. Check out who we caught riding the iron horse this week donning their signature style.

Meet “Remarkable” who we spotted at Hoyt-Schermerhorn waiting for the A train. He had on a red jacket, red hat, wore a red chain, red leather gloves, red shoes and made a point to pull out a red cell phone. He was certainly matching. He writes and produces music. Twitter handle: @jayrockstartv
This is Brother Rahmel. We spotted him waiting for the G train, dressed sharply in a white cashmere coat, complete with black bolero and a red bow tie. “I’m a Muslim,” he said proudly. “I follow the teachings of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.”
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