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Teens Will March on NYC's Abrercrombie

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Looks like the teen trend of protesting Abercrombie & Fitch stores has made its way to New York. Teens Turning Green will march on the label's Fifth Avenue location tomorrow. This isn't the first big teen uprising against Abercrombie & Fitch's liberal spraying of the company's signature fragrance. Earlier this month, a group of teenagers in San Francisco stormed Westfield Mall chanting: "A+F Stop Your Spray, your toxic fragrance must go away!" [The Cut, previously]