Simply call her Tailor Swift.
Makayla Wray, 29, an East Village tailor, will work in Chinatown for an upscale designer during the working day.
But Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. right until dim, she’s a road seamstress doing the job out of an previous cart stationed at the corner of East Houston and Mulberry streets.
“In the morning I make runway clothes, then I appear in at evening to hem the little men,” she explained to The Post.
The pandemic has produced a throwback financial state — and Wray signifies an up-to-date model of the previous-timey merchants who made use of to barter and haggle downtown in the early 1900s.
“People say to me, ‘You’re trying to keep [the spirit of] New York alive,” reported Wray, who delivers onsite mending, as effectively as alterations.
Her cart — a retro-equipped nut-roasting apparatus — is one