From Thursday to Sunday, emporium for floaty sheer dresses ($150) and other giveaway pieces during a French tag Sézane’s initial store in a United States. Enjoy treats from a TriBeCa patisserie Maman and giveaway totes that say, “Bonjour, New York.” At 254 Elizabeth Street.
Also from Thursday to Sunday, Everlane will open a Denim Counter, a pop-up for a new line of well-priced jeans, including high-rise skinnies ($68), all done from reward Japanese material. At 39 Spring Street.
On Friday, MaxMara will free a New York shop, where you’ll find a new crystal-embellished velvet mini-version of a signature Whitney bag ($1,420). At 813 Madison Avenue.
On Saturday, Giovanna Battaglia will be signing copies of her book “Gio_Graphy: Fun in a Wild World of Fashion” ($39.95) during Bergdorf Goodman from 2:30 to 4 p.m.; and on Monday a artist Donald Robertson will be signing copies of his book, aptly patrician “Donald: The Book” ($85), from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
On Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m., Glamour beauty editors will be on palm during a new Bloomingdale’s Glowhaus boutique to speak we by a merits of, say, Glamglow mud-firming treatments ($69) and other sparkly, dewy makeup and skin caring products.
Armarium will have a popup all week during The Standard, East Village featuring tumble runway arrivals from Marc Jacobs, Haider Ackermann, Rochas and Marchesa. At 25 Cooper Square; email email@example.com to book an appointment.
On Tuesday, Jason Wu is holding over Cadillac House for a #GREYOUT featuring 9 limited-edition collaborations for his GREY Jason Wu label, including a LeSportsac trek ($105) and Jennifer Fisher earrings ($650). At 330 Hudson Street.
If we didn’t make a guest list for a premiere of Opening Ceremony’s Spike Jonze-directed conform show-cum-dance opening “Changers,” we can still book tickets for 4 some-more showings subsequent week. At La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, 66 East Fourth Street.
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