Sunday, October 20, 2019

Need Supply Co: Discounts Top 80%

Need Supply Co. is a multi-brand lifestyle in Richmond, VA. The vibe is a mix between Intermix and Shopbop. Right now, the store is hosting a friends and family sale  where most everything on the site is 30% off, including sale merchandise. The final discount comes to nearly 80% on some items.


Outside the most reduced items, the 30% off is akin to a first markdown on many items. Here is a Jacquemus belt bag that's sold out at many stores and it's $332 from $475. A new-in-stores Saks Potts unicorn tie-dye theme puffer is $614 from $878 and Stutterheim raincoats are $200 from $300.

If you're looking for a more extreem discount, direct your attention towards this Calvin Klein/ Brook Shields tote that's $52 from $250. Off-White floral print pants are $286 from $1384 and a last season's Saks Potts puffer is $370 from $880.

Need Supply isn't one of those stores that has something for everyone. If you happen to be a Ganni-Acne-Dris shopper, it's worth a scroll.

Friday, October 18, 2019

Moncler Genius Showroom Sale

Moncler Genius started a sale at their Showroom on Wednesday morning. Initially, shoppers needed to show corporate ID and an invite to gain access. As the week has progressed the door policy has become less stringent and more shoppers have arrived.



Inside, you will find a variety of Moncler jackets, vests, clothing and accessories for men and women.  Most of the merchandise is this season's collection and the men's assortment includes collaboration items with Palm Angles. Down puffer jackets start at $450 but most are $900. Fur ski jackets are $2000, ski pants are $150, vests are priced mostly at about $500, and sweaters are $200. Sizes and styles have started to dwindle and the line has continued to balloon.

Officially, this sale is not open to the public but names have not been checked stringently all day Friday. The door policy can change at any moment. The sale will be open all day on Saturday if you would like to try your luck. Pictures are in the jump. Enjoy, and don't forget to keep us posted.

Moncler Showroom Sale
Friday, October 18 open until 7pm
Saturday, October 19 opens at 11am
155 Wooster Street, 8th Fl


Thursday, October 17, 2019

Barneys Bankruptcy: End of an Era?

Barneys New York has reached an agreement to sell its assets to  Authentic Brands Group and investment bank B. Riley Financial for $271.4 million in cash. Alternative bids will still be accepted until October 24 but the chances of a higher bid are becoming increasingly less likely.


If Authentic Brands Group, which owns Juicy Couture and Aéropostale, wins the bid it would close all Barneys locations and use the iconic name for licensing. Saks Fifth Avenue said it is interested in using the Barneys brand as a store-within-store concept. (This idea seems absolutely ridiculous, especially on the heels of the failure of Gilt shops at Saks Off-5th stores.)

Good-bye Freds. Good-bye iconic New York shopping destination.

Barneys troubles started when the landlord of Madison Avenue store nearly doubled the annual rent to $27.9 million. It's speculated that the real estate owner would prefer to use the property as condos and a hotel than maintain the spot as a retail destination.

Some news articles site that a buyer for Barney's remaining inventory has already been lined up. If you scroll the Barneys website and Barneys Warehouse outlet, you will see lots of discounted things to buy. We linked to some key items above.

In the meantime, we will keep our fingers crossed that a new buyer emerges and revives that Barneys tradition in pushing the boundaries of retail innovation. "Barneys till I'm dead."

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Inside: The Row Sample Sale

Instagram influencers appear to share everything in their daily lives.  It's peculiar how clicking through the feeds of top NYC Insta stars won't reveal even a mention about The Row's sample sale preview. Yet many where there.



This evening, The Row's sample sale was open for previews to VIPs, the press, celebrity types like Leandra and lots of Spence moms. Each season the crowd for the preview keeps getting bigger and the space more crowded.

UPDATE 10/19: Clothing is 80% off. Shoes are 70% off. This year, all merchandise is discounted 70% off. Shoes and bags are 60% off. Most of the merchandise is from past collections and some items can even be found at stores for nearly the same discount.

Shoppers will notice that there are more shoes than usual but fewer bags than last year. We spotted this shearling belt bag for $980 from $2450.  It's currently $1350 at Bergdorfs. The Bindle bag is $680 from $1700 and Medicine pouches are under $400 from $990. A top handle leather satchel comes to about $1800 from $2950.

For the first time, there was a small selection of men's fashion. There are leather jackets, sweaters, and overcoats in very small quantities.

For women, the sale has a handful of blazers in each size. They normally range in price from $1400 to $2500 and come to $420 to $750. The best selection was among the pants, which are always great for work for more formal moments. We also spotted a handful of slinky gowns, which were quickly snatched up. We didn't find any leather, denim or sunglasses.

There are four big tables of sweaters. Most are virtually unidentifiable except for the exquisite yarn quality. Most options are black or grey. (Big surprise!) There are a few acid green varieties. A cashmere style like this is about $400 from $990 and a long duster style with a belt is about $600 from $1490.

Among the shoes, we found a lot of The Row's classic loafers that come to $320 from $800.  Kitten heels with an ankle tie are the same price. Egon sandals are $275 from $690.

If you're a big fan of The Row, you know what to expect when it comes to prices and styling. We would suggest you go. Not every shopper loads up $3000 fashion items that don't have a single logo. Remote fans of The Row can browse from the sale assortment we collected from online.

The Row
Thursday, October 17 through Sunday, October 20
Thurs & Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-3pm
Metropolitan Pavilion: 123 West 18th Street, 5th Floor
Only Credit Cards Accepted

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Unfolding Story: Hermés Private Sale

Hermes has been hosting sample sales on LI for the past several seasons. This Summer, we were shocked when the sale location was changed to the Short Hills Mall. We all assumed that the days of NYC Hermes sample sales were over. We were wrong.




Much to our surprise, select Hermes customers were sent invitations to shop a private Hermes sale at Soffer Haskin later this month. Following the private segment, the sale will open to the public for four days starting on Thursday, October 24.

Take note, the Hermes VIP list is very strict. Guests are not welcome and IDs are checked against the invite list at the door. The last big public sales at Soiffer Hasken have been a disaster. Crowds of shoppers were corralled in an empty parking lot for hours. At the last Soiffer Haskin sale, in 2015, shoppers waited over eight hours and got turned away at the door when the sale closed at the end of the day. You can see a video and read about it here.

At the last sale, discounts were 50% off most items. Men's clothing was 60% off. There were several canvas beach bags ($1000) and canvas cosmetic cases in assorted bright colors and prints. The biggest highlight was the shoe department where shoppers snatched up Oran sandals and jumping boots. You can click here to read about invites to the Short Hills sale and find out about pricing and what items were available over here.

Hermes Sample Sale
VIP Private shopping: Wednesday, October 23 ; 12pm-6pm
Open to the Public: Thursday, October 24 through Sunday, October 27
9am-7pm daily
Soiffer Haskin: 317 West 33rd Street

Monday, October 14, 2019

Bandier Friends & Family Sale

When Bandier hit the upscale athletic-wear market it attracted the attention of everyone from Barry's Bootcamp warriors to the SLT contortionists. It's hard-core workout chic. The company's sample sales attract miles of shoppers and the good merchandise is gone fast.




Better than dealing with sample sale crowds, we thought it would be a good idea to hit up this friends and family sale. Everything online (and in the store) is now 25% off. No code is needed, the discount is automatically applied during checkout and there are no exclusions.

Aviator Nation has been excluded from most all other friends and family sales but is applicable here.  This classic lightning bolt zip-up sweatshirt is $133 from $178. I hate to admit it but they are really nicer than the less expensive options. This tank top has been touted by most every influencer and may be worth a test drive at $49 from $65. Do you think it could be that much better than Jockey? Let's see!

Then there always the staples like Ultracore leggings with shiny stars that come to $150 from $200. Golden Goose running sneakers come to $412 from $550. You can also try these All Acecss biker shorts as a fashion look at $63 from $85. It's never a bad idea to stock up on grippy stocks too.

The discount promotion also works on sale items. A Monrow sweatshirt comes to $88 from $170, PE Nation leggings are $70 from $138, and Heroine sport bra is $30 from $85.

Buying new athletic wear is a great motivation to keep your latest package from expiring. After all, aren't we all working out so that our clothing looks even better? Right, and for health and brain function, but we all know it's for the clothing!

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Fivestory 35% Off Everything

We've been getting used to these nominal discounts on new season merchandise. Fivestory, however, is starting to get serious about discounting even on new season merchandise. Right now, you can use this link and the code FW35 to engage a discount that will save you 35% off everything on the site.


It isn't hard to find ways to put the discount to good use. My initial impulse was to seek out Balmain staples. The classic blazer in navy velvet comes to $1500 from $2300. There is black velvet too. Fivestory always has a great edit of Nili Lotan. Cropped twill pants are $211 from $325 and a chunky turtleneck sweater is $585 from $900.

Speaking of turtlenecks, here is a white style from Joseph ($370 from $565) that I would love to pair with a long maxi skirt and ankle boots or wear it as shown with leather pants. I love the orange on this V-neck from Maison Ullens ($470 from $720). I would even wear it backward to create a sexy back look.

Perrin Paris is one of my favorite indi bag brands and they are almost never found on sale. Here is a classic style that comes to $780 from $1200. There is also a lot of jewelry that isn't discounted very often.  A Nora Kogan pendant 14k pendant with pink sapphires is $1290 from $1985 and linear hanging rainbow gemstone earrings are $429 from $660.

This Fivestory promotion runs through the holiday weekend and ends Monday night. Items are already running low on sizing options. I suggest you focus on purchases that might not be available once the first markdown comes around.


Thursday, October 10, 2019

Weekend Shopping:Obsessions & Impulses

In this episode of Weekend Shopping: Obsessions & Impulses I dive into my attraction to Balenciaga's new square toe shoe. It's quite a contrast to the pointy toe knife shoe and follows along with the trend: it's square to be cool. (Or is it cool to be square?)

Either way, MyTheresa is hosting a sale where Balenciaga and Off-White are 20% off with the code SHOPSTYLE. The promotion runs through Saturday.

In other news, it's come to my attention that I don't currently own any long pleated skirts. I think I've given them all away, which means it's time to shop. I posted a few qualifiers below. I would love some help in making a decision. The Calvin Klein styles are ages-old but the quality and weight are fantastic.

What else is there? Stay tuned. I'll add more finds throughout the weekend.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Quero Shoes Opens Madison Avenue Pop-Up

The American-born, European-handcrafted shoe brand, Quero opened a pop-up store on Madison Avenue. All of the company's men's and women's shoes are handmade in Spain and the quality matches or surpasses what you would find at most Madison Avenue luxury stores but at a fraction of the price. Each style utilizes the highest quality leathers from France and Italy and all the shoes are hand-stitched with Blake, Bologna and Goodyear construction, not glued like other brands. The best part is that most styles range in price from just $165 to $255.


Quero is primarily a direct-to-consumer online store but having a physical space on Madison Avenue allows the company to meet with customers to ensure a perfect fit. The store will be open through the holiday season and it's a great opportunity to touch, feel and explore the brand. If your size is out of stock, the company will have a pair made for no additional charge. If you want to personalize with your own pair from 31 types of leather and suedes and many soles and details. It's only $50 over the base price. Not even Berluti offers that type of service on

You can click here to see pictures from inside the store or click here to shop online.

Quero Shoes
485 Madison Avenue @52nd Street
Mon to Fri 10am-6pm, Sat & Sun 10am-5pm
Phone number?

Sponsored Mention

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

BIG NEWS: Manolo Blahnik Sample Sale

We have great news! The Manolo Blahnik sample sale will be on Thursday, October 24. We predict that this sale will be the best sample sale ever and it may even be the last.






In April, it was announced that Manolo's U.S. partner George Malkemus would not be renewing his licensing agreement with the parent company after a 37-year relationship. Manolo will be taking over stateside operations beginning January 1, which means this might be the very last sample sale.

The morning segment of the sale will only be open to Manolo's invited guests. Everyone else will begin to start shopping at about 11am. As is tradition, the second-floor salon of the Warwick Hotel will be the site of the event.

This sample sale is a bi-annual sample sale highlight for as long as I can remember. Not everyone has the same sentiment. As you can imagine, the wait time can be worse than the line at DMV. I usually prefer the boutique sales, even if prices are a bit more expensive. There may be another boutique sale before ownership transitions. (Fingers crossed.)

Those who can't make it to the sale can shop an assortment of brand new discount Manolos from the scroll above. I even found a Manolo beach towel!

At the last sample sale, early birds first arrived at the Warwick Hotel starting at 4am. Ticket numbers were handed out at 7:30am, which made many shoppers unhappy because there was no priority given to those who arrived early.

Prices started at $125 for styles that are plain, suede, leather or satin. Add some ornamentation and you'll pay $150. Boots cost a bit more but are priced equally as attractive. Shoe booties, styles below the ankle are $200 and those above the ankle are $250. Styles from mid-calf to the knee are priced at $300 and OTKs $400. Prices on boots top out at $500 for OTK styles with fur, lizard, embellished or shearling.

You can click over here to read the full report from the sample sale last season. If you attend the sale, please keep us all posted in the comment section below and follow along live on Instagram.

Manolo Sale Sample Sale
Thursday, October 24th
Sale opens to the public at: 11am and closes when the inventory dwindles (usually 3pm - 4pm)
The Warwick Hotel, 54th Street and 6th Avenue, 2nd Floor
Cash only!

Monday, October 7, 2019

FWRD Markdowns: Discounts 75% Off

Mid-season discounts can be hard to find but it's always a good idea to scroll an aging sale section. Today we cruised through FWRD and were impressed by some of the items we found discounted up to 75% off.



Here is a Valentino V logo bag that's $1700 from $3045. We love these Gianvitto Rossi suede and denim boots at $470 from $1200. Here is a Loewe Flamenco knot bag for $1630 from $2550 and the basket bag is reduced to $650.

These Saint Laurent studded slingbacks are a good deal at $400 from nearly $1000. Check out this zebra blazer from Brognano that's $390 from $557. It seems like a fun piece to style. We love anyohne who is willing to dare Versace print leggings and I might try styleing this RtA cardigan backwards with leather pants.

Take note, this is a forever sale section and the most reduced items are only available in limited size ranges. To avoid too much frustration, we suggest you eliminate anything that's not in your size. It also never hurts to check back periodically.


Sunday, October 6, 2019

OCTOBER SAMPLE SALES 🍂🍂🍂

The mums on Park Avenue are the most visible sign that Fall has officially arrived. The changing leaves and cooler weather means that sample sale season isn't too far away. Like post-season baseball, shopping gets serious in October. It's the perfect time of year to be on the lookout for holiday gifts, outerwear and, of course, boots!

We've exclusively listed only the sample sales that we think are worthy of your time and effort. Some big ones haven't been released yet but we will continue to be updated throughout the month and remain just a click away in the right sidebar. You can also follow along on your favorite social media platform to get quick and immediate updates or check Shopdrop for a complete list of all New York sample sales. Feel free to leave feedback in the comments section, so that everyone can benefit from the 'Spy' network.



Gerard Darel Sample Sale
Parisian contemporary designer, Gerard Darel is best known for his contemporary chic designs. His collections are great wardrobe building blocks and not too expensive even at full price. This is the designer's first New York sample sale and we are excited to explore the collection and discounts up to 80% off.
Wednesday, October 9 through Sunday, October 13
Wed to Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-5pm
450 West 14th Street (Eclipse Sample Sale)

Cushnie Sample Sale
Cushnie is known for its minimal, sculptural collections that include the perfect balance of structured and fluid silhouettes. The last sample sale was held at the showroom and the move to a more official format is a signal of more merchandise but also possibly higher prices. At the last sale, clothing was discounted between 85% and 95% off. You can familiarize yourself with the collection here. Let's hope that the discounts stay the same. 
Tuesday, October 15 through Sunday, October 20
Tues 10am-8pm, Wed to Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 11am-4pm
260 Sample Sale: 151 Wooster St

The Row Sample Sale
We can't count on Céline for refined female elegance, which leaves The Row as one of the few brands catering to women who desire excellent quality coupled with a refined silhouette. At last season's sample sale the discount breakdown went something like this; Ready to wear was 70% off, bags and shoes were discounted 60%, fur was 40% off and exotics were 50% off. Usually, additional discounts occur during the final days. This sale is only once a year, We suggest you take advantage. Read up on last year's sale and stay tuned. We will post here and on Instagram as we receive more details.
Thursday, October 17 through Sunday, October 20
Thurs & Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-3pm
Metropolitan Pavilion: 123 West 18th Street, 5th Floor Only Credit Cards Accepted

Manolo Blahnik Sample Sale
This season's Fall Manolo Blahnik sample sale will open to the public on Thursday, October 11th. We expect that prices will run along the same lines as last season. Plain shoes, including leather, suede satin, and printed fabric start at $125 ($136 with tax) and go up to $150. Shoes with embellishments like glitter and studs were priced $175. Boots started at $200 for basic versions and went up to $400 for over-the-knee styles. All the details can be found in our most recent blog post.
Thursday, October 24th
Sale opens: 11am and closes when the inventory dwindles (usually 3pm - 4pm)
The Warwick Hotel, 54th Street and 6th Avenue, 2nd Floor
Cash only!

Bonpoint Sample Sale
The discounts will go up to 70% and apply to every clothing collection (newborn, baby, girl, boy, teenager). At the last sale, most items were 60% off the retail sticker. That means that more formal dresses, which are normally priced in the $400-range were reduced to $260-ish. More casual dresses were about $200 in the boutique and come to about $80 at the sale. Boy's trousers were about $60 from $150 and the collared shirts came to $48 from $120. Read our last Bonpoint review over here.
Tuesday, October 22 through Friday, October 25
Tues 1pm-8pm, Wed 9am-8pm, Thurs 9am-7pm, Fri 9am-2pm
The Metropolitan Pavilion, 123 West 18th Street (btwn 6th & 7th Ave), 5th FL

Hermes Private Sale
The Hermes sample sale is back in NYC after many seasons of satellite locations. A private sale invite was sent to select VIP Hermes customers. You can click here to read full details. We will be sure to update this section as information about public shopping hours becomes available. You can click here to read about invites to the Short Hills sale and find out about pricing and what items were available over here.
Wednesday, October 23
12pm-6pm
Soiffer Haskin: 317 West 33rd Street

Jimmy Choo Sample Sale
The Jimmy Choo sale opens to the public mid-morning on Wednesday, October 23 at 11am. Each individual must have a confirmation number to get into the sale. The RSVP site isn't open just yet but we will send out an alert as soon as it's available, Last season, the lines wrapped around the entire avenue and block and the assortment weren't even very good. We would suggest saving yourself some time and agony and not attending the first day. Last season, women's shoes started at $250 but anything with embellishment fell into the $325 category. Boots, last season, were priced at $375. Women's shoes run from size 35 to 42 and men's go from 43 to 46. You can read all about it right here.
RSVP Link: Code: samplesale19
Wednesday, October 23 through Friday, October 26th
Wed 11am-8pm, Thurs & Fri 8am-8pm
Metropolitan Pavilion Upper Events Space, 123 West 18th Street, 2nd Floor

Nicholas Kirkwood Sample Sale
Last season, the Nicholas Kirkwood sale was one of our favorites from the season and we expect that this round will be more of the same. Prices start at just $90 for flats and range up to $425 for shearling boots with a pearl heel. On most items, the markdown is between 50% to 80% off. Click here to read the full review from last season.
Thursday, October 24 through Saturday, October 26
Thurs 2pm-8pm, Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 8am-4pm
807 Washington Street

Global Fashions Designer Sale
Global Fashions is the official luxury distributor for several Italian designer brands. The showroom will be opening its doors to the public for a sample sale. Expect to find a variety of Italian designers and even some great classics. Discounts will range from 50% to 80% off. Stay tuned for more details or click over to see pictures from the last sale.
Monday, October 28 through Wednesday, October 30
9am-6pm daily
49 West 38th Street

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Obsessions & Impulses: Bottega Price Hike and Great Finds

This week's installment of Obsessions & Impulses brings  news of a Bottega Veneta price hike. The price hike started today at all brand owned retail stores.


The prices on many popular items were raised $100 to $200. Classic smooth Pouches are now $2500 from $2400, the woven style is now $3100 from $2950 and the small variety is about $100 more expensive too.  (Metallic color Pouch prices remain the same.) Cassette bags are the next most popular style at BV and prices were bumped to $1900 from $1800. The Nodini, which doesn't have as much traction is $50 more at $1700. Those boots you saw all over the runway and are almost sold out are now $1150 from $990.

I suggest you move now if you have a Bottega Veneta bag under consideration. The new prices have not been populated in other stores. Saks Fifth Avenue has a large style pouch available in white and brown for $2400. Farfetch has a blue and blush for the $2400. If you're looking for a Cassette bag Harrod's has them for $1456 ($1550 with taxes). Saks skill has some Cassette bags for $1800 but the new colors are priced at $1900. Here are the boots for the $990 price but there aren't a lot of sizes left.

In other news, I've have been locking eyes with the matte black square toe Balenciaga slides ($695) and this Veronica Beard denim blazer ($500). Both are sale-worthy stalking.

This week, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus are hosting friends and family sales. The discount is 25% off most verticals but the exclusion list is immense. Yoox is hosting a sale where designer merchandise is discounted up to 90% off. It takes a lot of scrolling but there are some great finds.

24S is my favorite online store. Right now they are hosting a promotion where most designer items are 15% off with the code HAPPY15. There are only a few designer exclusions like LV, Celine, Dior and Gucci. The code also works with sale items. Some of my top picks are in the scroll above.

Keep your eyes on this space over the weekend. I'll be sure to add new items as I scroll through. Also, feel free to send over any hot tips.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Shopbop's First Official Markdown

Online retailers don't quite run sale season the same way traditional store calendars negotiate markdowns. Shopbop, for example, just started its first full markdown on Fall clothing, shoes and accessories. Meanwhile, most retailers won't start markdowns for at several more weeks.

The discount seems to run from 30% to 40% off retail. An R13 leopard print tuxedo jacket could be a little much or absolutely fab. It's now $900 from $1300. This Ronny Kobo floral print dress is a great price at $116 from $388. APL sneakers are $140 from $200, an Alice & Olivia form fitting crew-neck dress is $245 from $350, a black Halo jumpsuit is $117 from $390 and a Fila sweatshirt is $42 from $60.

Of course, there are items even reduced more from prior seasons. A Dion Lee blazer is $690 from $2290, a Silvia Tcherasssi plunging neckline dress is $570 from $1900 and Proenza Schouler boots are  $330 from $1090.

If the item you're watching isn't included in this markdown it is likely to be added in the next sale drop. Usually, the site adds batches of merchandise every few weeks.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Save the Date: Jimmy Choo Sample Sale

The Jimmy Choo sample sale info just slid into our inbox. This is one of those shopping-trips that requires a confirmed RSVP. No worries, we have all the details to get you in and out in no time.


The sale opens to the public on Wednesday, October 23 at the Metropolitan Pavilion. To attend the sale you must RSVP. The RSVP link isn't active just yet but you can bookmark this page so that you're the first to sign up. You'll be able to scroll down to the bottom of the page and enter the code SAMPLESALE20 to receive your email confirmation number.

You should take note, this sign-up system does nothing for crowd control. Last year, the line for admittance spanned down the block. Unless you have a VIP confirmation, we suggest you refrain from attending this sale until the second day.

For the uninitiated, this sale is legendary for its discount prices. Last season, the best deals are men's shoes that were all $150. Women's shoes started at $250 but anything with embellishment fell into the $325 category. Boots, last season, were priced at $375. You can click here to read all the details.

This sale is always one of the most popular sample sales of the year but I have never personally purchased anything even during the press preview. Jimmy Choo has some great styles shoes but none of them ever seem to make it to the sale. The sale is usually overstocked with older styles and they don't seem worth the price at $250. Woodbury Common Outlet usually offers similar pricing and a much newer style selection.

There are pictures and the price list from the VIP segment of last season's sale is in the jump. We think you'll do better shopping from the above assortment of shoes that we found priced near or below the sample sale prices.

It's also worth noting that prices get slashed drastically in the afternoon on the last day. (Don't be surprised if you spot people squatting with piles waiting for the price cut.) Last season, at 3pm, heels were reduced to $100, jeweled shoes & booties were $150, boots were $200, small leather goods were $30 and men’s shoes were $50. That's when it might be worth scavenging Choos. (No, probably not.)

Jimmy Choo Sample Sale
Wednesday, October 23 through Saturday, October 26
Wed 11am-8pm, Thurs & Fri 8am-8pm
RSVP Link Password: SAMPLESALE19
The Metropolitan Pavilion: 123 West 18th St., 2nd FL