Editors’ Essentials New York Fashion Week: The Shows Spring 2019

With New York Fashion Week: The Shows (NYFWS) spring 2019 season just a few days away, Fashion Reverie, as we customarily do, has assembled some great items that every editor and fashion industry professional needs to have during this hectic but fabulous fashion week. Remember, NYFWS is over an 8-day period and there are some must-haves to keep you looking bright-eyed and bushy tailed.

During NYFWS there will be lots of Instagram photos and pictures taken by the paparazzi, so great looking teeth are very important. Don’t start your day without the Knotty Pack.

Founded in 2014, Knotty Floss continues to be on the cutting edge of introducing new and innovative dental health products to the consumer health market.

The Knotty Pack contains three products, the Knotty Brush, Knotty Picks, and Knotty Floss. The Knotty Brush is a toothbrush made of sustainably harvest bamboo. The soft bristles and compact head are designed to prevent damaging the gums. The bristles are sustainably harvested bamboo with all natural–activated charcoal to help whiten teeth. Both the Knotty Picks and Knotty Floss are made from harvested bamboo and infused with grapefruit seed extract to deliver natural bacteria-fighting properties.

Now, your teeth and smile look great. Don’t forget about your skin. Why spend lots of money of beauty products that are way outside of your budget. FOREO can give you the same results, at a price you can afford.

Launched in 2013 in Sweden, FOREO has a wealth of products that are perfect for your daily needs. Fashion Reverie has chosen two that are perfect for fashion industry professionals during NYFWS. The LUNA play is fun, affordable, and the perfect introduction to the amazing skincare benefits that come from T-Sonic™ cleansing, LUNA play proves that great things come in cute packages! It uses a compact design and 2-zone brush to gently and thoroughly offer your skin a sonic cleanse to leave you glowing and gorgeous, with just 1 minute twice a day!

FOREO’s has cleansers that are designed to perfectly complement LUNA™ devices, the DAY and NIGHT CLEANSERS are customized to match the skin’s specific daytime and nighttime needs. With surprising transformative textures and unique formulas, they bring a uniquely sensorial experience for all skin types.

OK, you are hustling from fashion show to fashion show, and sometimes you are fumbling for your bus pass or metro card or your cell phone to pull up your show confirmations. Wouldn’t be great to have your hands free to handle all these responsibilities. The Brenna B bag to the rescue!!

The Brenna B bag is the perfect hands-free bag for that busy fashion industry professionals who needs to get to important items in their bag and needs their hands free to perform a lot of tasks during NYFWS. The Brenna B bag is a great fashionable leather bag—it comes to two fashion colors for day and night, shiny black and silver—to comes with a cuff connector, leaves hands free to multi-task. It also gives easy access for essentials, cell phones, and offers security for keys.

The days of only having to charge your Smart phone are in the past. During NYFWS the busy, working industry professionals need to charge their phones, tablets and maybe even laptops, all at one time. And you can do it!!

With the RAVPower 6-Port USB Charging station you get six fast 2.4A charging ports simultaneously charging six phones, tablets, or a combination of both (does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge). With a combined 12A output to charge devices at full speed, you cannot go wrong. And it retails for only $24!!


Models to Look Out for during New Fashion Week: The Shows Spring 2019

As we are in the last days of summer vacations and planning Labor Day weekend, all eyes and efforts at Fashion Reverie are turned toward end of summer and pre-fall 2018 articles. The editors at Fashion Reverie are very much looking forward to the beginning of September because September is one out of two holy fashion months. As calendars get filled up and designers are prepping new collections, it is time to get in the loop with what’s new and trending not only for the spring 2019 season, but also the goings-on in the modeling industry. Fashion Reverie has picked six top models you might want to pay attention to as their careers continue to evolve.

Images courtesy of designscene.net, vogue.com, and hawtceleb.com, respectively

Grace ElizabethGrace Elizabeth hails from Lake City, Florida. She was first noticed as a “Guess Girl”. Today she is known as a spoke model for PINK and has already been on the covers of many of the industry’s most prominent fashion magazines. Grace is the face of Estée Lauder and recently opened the runway show for Karl Lagerfeld, and has also walked for Fendi, Chanel, Balmain, Versace, Sonia Rykiel, Off-White, and Isabel Marant. Fashion Reverie certainly hopes to see her on the runway at New York Fashion Week: The Shows.

Images courtesy of fashionrocks.com, zimbo.com, and voguebrazil.com, respectively

Chiara ScelsiItalian Brazilian model Chiara Scelsi is hot right now. This former pole vaulter has walked for Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Alberta Ferretti, Wanda Nylon, and many others. This gorgeous young model loves sports, dance and travel. At first her agent wanted Chiara to get into acting because she is not tall (5`7.5); however, Chiara seemed destined for the runway. She loves working with Dolce & Gabbana and currently lives in between her hometown of Milan and New York City, so we do expect to see her wear some NYC–based designers during NYFW: The Shows.

Images courtesy of nextmanagement.com, people.com, and dazed.com, respectively

Anok YaiDiscovered by a photographer while she was a student at Howard University, Anok Yai is only the second black model to open a Prada show.The other model was Naomi Campbell who opened for Prada 20 years ago. Anok has walked for Prada and Louis Vuitton shows. Anok is currently a spokesmodel for Estée Lauder. She has been featured in British Vogue, Vogue ItaliaI-D magazine, Dazed magazine, V magazine, and The New York Times Style magazine. 

Images courtesy of malemodelscene.com, nextmanagement.com, and officiel.com, respectively

Jon KortajarenaThis 6’2 tall, green-eyed Spaniard is a real treat to look at. His effortless charm comes through even looking at a campaign. No wonder he has already landed campaigns for major European brands like Just Cavalli, Versace, Giorgio Armani, Bally, Etro, Trussardi, Diesel etc. Although he has been around for several seasons, the editors at Fashion Reverie are convinced that Jon is a dream come true? Running into him at one of the fashion week parties, would manifest the dream!

    Images courtesy of celebfirst.com, caughtoffside.com, and celebzz.com, respectively

Nadine LeopoldThis blonde Austrian beauty currently resides in New York City. Victoria’s Secret kicked off her career and she is currently one of the models of “Model Squad.” The show premieres on September 4th on E! Network and it will take us to the competitive world of modeling as well behind the scenes of fashion week. Are we going to see her walk the runway or sit front row as one of the reality TV stars? She has walked for Philip Plein, Jacquemus, Elisabetta Franchi, Genny, Roland Mouret, Max Marra, and Alberta Ferreti, We shall see….

     Images courtesy of imgmodels.com, 123rf.com, and bloglovin.com, respectively

Ping HuePing is a Chinese fashion model on the rise. Though some know her as an actress, it obvious from all the fashion shows she has walked in that she is a top model. Ping Hue has walked for LaQuan Smith, Banana Republic, Yohji Yamamoto, Desigual, Nonoo, Polo Ralph Lauren, Elizabeth and James, Zimmerman, and Greg Lauren . Represented by IMG Models, this model has worked with numerous designers and graced many covers; however, her joining Model Squad reality show as well might boost up her fame. Fashion Reverie wishes her best of luck and we will be looking for her during New York fashion week.

—Tijana Ibrahimovic


New York Fashion Week: The Shows Spring 2019 Pre-coverage

Will this be a turnaround season for New York Fashion Week: The Shows (NYFWS)? It just might be. Several fashion designers/brands are returning to NYFWS after experimenting with only showing across the Big Pond. Returning to NYFWS for the spring 2019 season includes, but is not limited to, Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Altazurra, Opening Ceremony, Escada, and surprisingly Norma Kamali, who is returning to the fashion calendar after not showing during NYFW for some time.

These returns to NYFWs may portend a new direction and energy for NYFWS. For several seasons, NYFWS has been in the doldrums, particularly after the exit from Lincoln Center in late 2014 and its choice of venues that fell way below the standard for international fashion weeks. With the loss of Skylight Clarkson and Milk Studios as fashion week venues, WME-IMG, the governing body for NYFWS, and the CFDA have resorted to using Pier 59, Industria Superstudio, and Spring Studios for the majority of the main runway shows and presentations. Additionally, with the elimination of credential registration for fashion editors last fashion season, WME_IMG and the CFDA has placed NYFWS in a perilous position.

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In recent years many top brands defected to European fashion weeks or opted out of showing their collections at fashion week altogether. And the inclusion of social media influencers as preferred attendees to top shows over seasoned fashion editors and stylists has alienated lots of fashion industry professionals.That said; NYFWS soldiers on. Additions to the NYFWS calendar this season is Vivienne Westwood (only appointments for buyers), Longchamp, Kozaburo Akasaka (LVMH special prize winner), Studio 189 (Rosario Dawson’s sustainable brand), Hunting Season, Gauntlett Cheng, Rebecca de Ravenel, Lou Dallas, Nanushka, and others

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Though there are many new additions to the fashion calendar this season, the numbers pale in comparison to those designers/brands that once use to present at NYFWS. (In years past over 500 designer/brands presented at NYFWS.) And maybe that is a good thing, maybe not. Only time will tell.Still, NYFWS is not the same and like things that evolve so has NYFWS. Gone are the days of endless fashion shows; a front row stocked full of celebrities; leggy glamazons ruling the runway, and endless swag/gift bags. Even Anna Wintour is edging toward the end of her market influence.

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Perhaps, we are standing on the precipice of something that is more relevant, more tangible and ultimately more real. And if fashion humbly and openly embraces this new evolution, we will all be better for it.—William S. Gooch

Celebrity Fashion Sightings: Week of August 27, 2018

With New York Fashion Week: The Shows spring 2019 season just a few days away, in these last few days of summer there were not a lot of celebrity fashion sightings to be found. Still, true to form, our editors at Fashion Reverie found a few key sightings that we believe will be of interest.

Images courtesy of redcarpet-awards.com and D’Orazio and Associates

Since the opening of “Crazy Rich Asians,” Awkwafina has been consistently turning it out on the red carpet. Awkwafina was bright eyed and checkered in this Versus Versace checkered number at the 2018 iHeart MuchMusic Video Awards. She was appropriately accessorized in Roberto Bravo earrings. Now, who wore it best Awkwafina or the model?

      Images courtesy of hollywoodlife.com and Preface PR

Ashlee Simpson has been in the news a lot lately, Ashlee held her own on the red carpet in this MSMG grey pinstripe suite with crystal embroidered embellishment at the 2018 iHeart MuchMusic Video Awards.

     Images courtesy of yahoonews.com and Preface PR

Across the Big Pond, “Son of Saul’s” Juli Jakab wore a long column Antonio Grimaldi gown with hand-embroidered beading detail to the “NAPSZALLTA (SUNSET) screening at the 2018 Venice Film Festival.

      Images courtesy of Preface PR

Speaking of the Venice Film Festival, Naomi Watts wore a beautiful Prada gown at the “Roma” screening. She was beautifully accessorized with a 15-carat cushion cut yellow Crivelli Jewelry diamond ring.

             Images courtesy of D’Orazio and Associates

Bringing up the rear this week, Vanessa Hudgens wore Narcisa Pheres diamond earrings and a Kallati diamond ring for “So You Think You Can Dance” episode last week. No matter how many red carpets Vanessa appears on, Vanessa never disappoints.—Staff

Wednesday Sample Sale: Week of August 27, 2018

Fashion Reverie seeks to keep its loyal readers informed of great samples sales. Just remember, product disappears quickly, so it is important to get there early.

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BRAND: Prive End of Summer Sample SaleWHEN: 8/28–8/02; Tues, (noon–7pm), Wed.–Sat. (1am–7pm), Sunday (11am­5pm)

WHY: Women’s and men’s clothing and accessories at up to 80% off retail

WHERE: Chelsea Market, 75 9th Avenue

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BRAND: G-Star Raw Summer Sale

WHEN: 9/04–9/09; Tues. (9am–8pm), Wed.–Thurs. (10am–7pm), Fri.–Sat. (10am–8pm), Sunday (10am–5pm)

WHY:  Womenswear, menswear, and accessories at up to 75% off

Image courtesy of BCBG.com

WHERE: 260 5th Avenue

BRAND: Herve Leger + BCBGMAXARIA Sample Sale

WHEN: 9/04–9/09; Tues. (9am–8pm), Wed.–Sat. (10am–7pm), Sunday (10am–5pm)

WHY: Herve Leger + BCBGMAXAZRIA sample sale, a couture archive event featuring one-of-a-kind runway looks at up to 90% off retail

WHERE: 150 Greene Street





Fashion News Alert: Rihanna’s New Fragrance, Thom Browne’s Acquisition, Nike and Supreme’s Sneaks, and Goodbye Ruth Finley

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Ruth Finley, regarded as the ‘godmother of fashion week,’ by some industry professionals, passed away on Monday. Perhaps, no other person has contributed to fashion week in more of a unique way as Ruth Finley.In 1945, understanding that editors were having a hard time attending fashion shows in NYC due to conflicting scheduling shows at Saks Fifth Avenue and Berghdorf Goodman, Finley borrowed $1000 from a college friend launced the Fashion Calendar. Four over six decades the fashion calendar became the go-to calendar for industry professionals with contacts for fashion weeks and fashion events around the globe.

“Ruth Finley was the phone call that made a designer legitimate. It would mean you were listed in THE Fashion Calendar,” commented Diane von Furstenberg. “We worked with Ruth for a number of years—she was out go-to for Fashion Week,” explains Prabal Gurung. “Ruth was a female industry leader, something so rare and still so impactful and special in our industry. She helped make this city the place where I was able to achieve my American dream. Ruth was a fearless industry leader and a true inspiration. It was an honor to have known her, and she will be missed.”

Ruth Finley sold the Fashion Calendar to the CFDA in 2014; already in her 90s the task of running this very important part of fashion weeks had become too much for her. A documentary about her life has been made into an upcoming film, “Ruth Finley’s Fashion Calendar. Ruth Finley was 98 years of age.

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Thom Browne acquired

Gildo Zegna, CEO of Ermenegildo, has acquired Thom Browne. In the half a billion acquisition, Zegna will have an 85% stake in Thom Browne. Prior to acquiring Thom Brown, Zegna had started to manufacture parts of the American designer’s collection.

“I suppose we got a little head of ourselves! But in the past few months we did start producing a small of part of Thom’s summer 2019 spring-summer collection. So, we have already taken the first steps,” laughs Zegna in a phone call from his office in south Milan as reported in fashionnetwork.com.

“Obviously, we were looking for something and this came along in an almost casual way. It’s a good time to do a deal and we were quick and determined. Thom Browne really knows what he wants and has a great team; with a very strong CEO Rodrigo Bazan and a great marketing and communications director in Tomaso Galli,” added Zegna.

Acquiring Thom Browne was a natural progression for Zegna in that Ermenegildo, as a brand, is known for their fine fabrics used in classic men’s wear. Zegna and Thom Browne started talks in the spring of 2018, and with Thom Browne’s yearly profits nearing $150 million, Zegna realized that Thom Browne’s business was a well-oiled machine.

“But when I saw an opening we got together immediately. I met Thom a few times and then things moved quickly—silently and efficiently. We want to keep Thom independent. Our job is one of support,” explained Zegna. Thom Browne will show in Paris on September 30.

Image courtesy of fashionnetwork.com

Rihanna adds to the family

There is a new fragrance in Rihanna’s family of fragrances. Reb l”Fleur Always is the sister fragrane to Ri-Ri’s Reb l’Fleur which was released in 2011. Rihanna’s current family of fragrances includes ‘Nude,’ ‘Kiss,’ ‘Riri’ and ‘Rogue.’ 

As reported in fashionnetwork.com, Reb’l Fleur Love Always is a richer version of the original perfume. It features fruity top notes of red berries, purple plum and peach, with a heart of Hawaiian hibiscus flower, violet and tuberose, and base notes of vanilla, patchouli, amber and musk.

Image courtesy of footwearnews.com

A good team

Nike and street wear brand Supreme are teaming up again. This seasonal collaboration will drop the newest version of their sneaker ‘Gato’ on August 31. The ‘Gato’ silhouette was introduced by Nike in 2011 and has been reinvented several times.

Now, Supreme has jumped into the fray, reinventing ‘Gato’ for Nike. The new Gato features a calfskin leather upper with cushion midsole, gum outsole, and lenticular side panels. It will be offered in four-color ways including red, white, black and light blue. 

The Supreme/Nike ‘Gato’ will retail for $110, releasing in the US on Thursday. The sneak will release in Japan on September 1.

—William S. Gooch

How Will Generation Z Change the Future of Fashion?

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It’s no secret that shopping trends have changed in the US, and not in a good way. Long gone are the days of buying your entire wardrobe a season in advance or putting clothes for the upcoming season on layaway.Each generation approaches fashion differently. For Baby Boomers, rules for what was considered appropriate attire were still solidly in place, as Baby Boomers became adult consumers. In the 1980s and 90s, there was a new Americana sportswear thanks to brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, and Donna Karan. Currently, fashion trends lean toward lean to revisiting 80s street wear.

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However, as attitudes around fashion and shopping trends have evolved, so have attitudes about fashion shows changed. Initially, American fashion shows were strictly for the press to review designer collections. Originally coined, Press Week by the great fashion publicist Eleanor Lambert, fashion shows in the US tended to be small and intimate. These events would later move on to expand to include other industry professionals.Decades later, fashion shows slowly evolved to include celebrities, under the workings of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour helped bring a more expansive celebrity culture to the fashion industry. The mid to late ‘00s saw the rise of bloggers and social media influencers, who would eventually become the dominant crowd at New York Fashion Week, replacing the seats once occupied by editors and the old industry guard.

Image courtesy hypebeast.com

While the current attendees of Fashion Week are still adjusting to some designers employing the ‘see-now-buy-now’ business model, as Generation Z edging toward adulthood, jobs, and slightly more spending power than their millennial predecessors—sorry, Generation Z inherited a better economy minus a seven-year recession—fashion companies are reconsidering their approach to how best to get their attention.

Albeit, there are a select few who are still deeply invested in the culture of Instagram and want to be the influencers sitting front row at these shows, but the traditional runway show format is just not how Gen Z fashionistos want to be marketed to. Though most fashion designers are still using the season ahead model, Generation Z, even more than Millennials, impatiently want immediate access to their favorite brands/designers.

             Images courtesy of hashtaglegend.com and antonioli.eu

The way Supreme releases their collections could be the new gold standard for how Generation Z wants their designer clothes. Generation Z also places more value on experiential things over possessions. Having a new Louis Vuitton is no big deal to them, but having that Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration bag that was part of that limited-edition drop and only available at so many stores and pop-up shops around the world, that’s something to write home about.There’s a reason that Louis Vuitton selected Virgil Abloh to head up their menswear. He’s a man who knows how to create an experience, as well as promoting exclusivity. Another big success of this current fashion generation of fashion designers/creative directors is Demna Gvasalia, artistic director of Balenciaga and Vetements. Vetements is one of the priciest luxury brands in the business, and is known for doing a very limited edition garments. This business model of acquiring limited edition turns Vetements into an experience, as the inventory is so limited. Even if you have the cash to blow, acquiring Vetements is still reserved for the select few who were lucky enough to get there before the product runs out.

Even e-commerce websites have turned to doing exclusive drops, and they are proving extremely successful. Resale e-commerce site Grailed, known for having the best of the menswear premium brands from Thom Browne to Balenciaga, has made drops a part of their business. For summer 2018, Grailed has employed a Heatwave campaign, where they did eight weeks of eight drops every Thursday. The most notable was their Raf Simons archive sale, with the pieces going live and selling out within a matter of minutes.

  Images courtesy of highsnobiety.com and harpersbazaar.com, respectively

Public School, the brainchild of designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, announced earlier this year they would no longer be showing at New York Fashion Week, and instead would be releasing their collection with a series of drops throughout the year. Alexander Wang, one of the almighty headliners of New York Fashion Week, even moved off the Fashion Week calendar this year and instead showed in June, and will now be showing again in December, again taking more of a drop format to his collections.If the designers and brands today hope to capture that market share of Generation Z, the old school runway approach needs to be re-examined. The times have already changed, and a combination of what has worked in the past and new business models could spell success for the industry.

—Kristopher Fraser

Celebrity Fashion Sightings: Week of August 20, 2018

It’s getting toward the end of summer, and the celebrity fashion sightings are slimming out, Fashion Reverie is committed to continue bringing viewers great style from our favorite celebs. This week’s Celebrity Fashion Sightings highlights celebrities at the 2018 Black Girls Rock! event, the 33rd Annual Imagen Awards, and Support the Girls Gala in Los Angeles.

         Images courtesy of dailymail.co.uk and D’Orazio and Associates

Mary J. Blige continues to look fabulous and fine after the breakup of her marriage. As one of the honorees this year at Black Girls Rock!, which also included honorees Judith Jamison, Janet Jackson, and Naomi Campbell, Mary J looked great in a Roberto Cavalli dress, nicely accessorized in L’Dezen by Payal Shah diamond earrings, and diamond rings from Marli New York and Kallati.

       Image courtesy of celebmafia.com

Who says you cannot look great on the red carpet, even if you are with child. “Christmas in Missippi’s” Jan Kramer demonstrated that red carpets and pregnancy could be compatible bedfellows. Jan looked glamorous in Hamel dress to the Los Angeles Premiere of Support The Girls. 

     Image courtesy of Svelte Metals

While vacationing in Cabo San Lucas, Kourtney Kardashian was spotted in Svelte Metal hoops paired with a see-through purple mini dress. Whew, is this a good look? Clap back and let’s Fashion Reverie know what you think.

“Grown-ish’s” Francia Raisa stunned on the red of 33rd Annual Imagen Awards in Los Angeles in a canary yellow strapless chiffon gown with high slit, beautifully accessorized in Maxior gold earrings.—Staff

Fashion Tea with Kristopher: August 2018

August is typically a quiet month for fashion with everyone trying to cash in on vacation time before the new fashion season commences. Still, there is lots of tea to go around. The secrets and scandals that make this industry so delicious are still flowing free. Everyone may be jet setting off to Mykonos, but the teakettle is still on.

First cup of tea

We are starting you off with some sweet tea. A well-known and beloved fashion designer who has been a staple of New York Fashion Week for several seasons has his eyes set on China for business expansion. With his business growing, he’s been M.I.A. lately with plans of announcing his international expansion on the horizon. Chinese luxury designers top target audiences these days, so this move is just a logical next step.

Second cup

A major editor that has been a front row fixture at New York Fashion Week recently could soon be finding himself filling out job applications. With the turnover and cuts at the major magazine where he is currently employed, he’s even admitted he doesn’t know how much longer he’ll last. Like “Project Runway’s” Heidi Klum proclaims, ”one day you’re in, the next day you’re out.”

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Third cupA top fashion designer will soon replace a major media personality on a fashion reality show. While everyone thought this media personality would probably die or retire in this role, only diamonds are forever, darling. It will be sad to see him go, but hopefully will find a new home on another show.

Four cup

A top former supermodel’s son has been caught hitting the sauce a little too hard and has become a very problematic fixture at parties. He’s known to have even broken a door in a drunken stupor at a popular model crowd bar recently. Someone get this enfant terrible a babysitter.

—Kristopher Fraser

Wednesday Sample Sales: Week of August 20, 2018

Fashion Reverie seeks to keep its loyal readers informed of great samples sales. Just remember, product disappears quickly, so it is important to get there early.

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BRAND: Muleh Consolidation Sample SaleWHEN: 8/23–8/26; Thurs.–Sat. (11am–7pm), Sunday (noon–6pm)

WHY: Everything in store is 50% off

WHERE: 160 9th Avenue

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BRAND: Opening Ceremony Summer Sale

WHEN: 8/24–9/26; Fri.–Sat, (11am–8pm), Sunday (11am–6pm)

WHY:  Women’s and men’s clothing and accessories at up to 90% off, featuring Marques’Almeida, Acne Studios, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Vans, and more.

WHERE:  Villain, 307 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

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BRAND: Carven Sample Sale

WHEN: 8/28–8/30; Tues.–Thurs. (8:30am–6:30pm)

WHY: Up to 90% off retail on menswear, womenswear, and accessories. The sale will include men’s and women’s samples, and stock from past seasons.

WHERE:   530 West 25th Street, Suite 603





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