Tomorrow??™s Events and Sales: 75 Percent Off at Eva; Vintage Steals
Source: The Cut
??? Select styles are up to 50 percent off at Jeremy Argyle. Through 7/26. 160 Spring St., nr. W. Broadway (646-781-9050); F??“Su (11??“7).
??? Cut-It-Out pieces are on sale for $60 to $200 at Eva. Additional merchandise is 35 to 75 percent off: The Henrik Vibskov cerulean-blue pants are $177 (originally $273), the C Neeon knit hoodie is $245 (originally $540), and the Black Label baby-doll dress is $99 (originally $297). Through 7/26. 355A Bowery St., nr. 4th St.; F??“Su (noon??“9).
??? Vintage summer styles are marked down 20 to 70 percent at Lower East Side boutique Marmalade. Vintage sandals (originally $70 to $95) are 20 percent off as well. Through 7/31. 172 Ludlow St., nr. Houston St. (212-473-8070); daily, noon??“9.
??? Jackets, dresses, suits, handbags, and tops from Mike & Chris, Rebecca Beeson, Orthodox, and more are 70 to 90 percent off at Maven Collective’s sample sale. Through 7/26. 41 Wooster St., nr. Broome St.; F??“S (10??“8), Su (10??“5).
??? Dresses are $200 to $450, tops are $100 to $250, pants and skirts are $125 to $300, and gowns are less than $1000 at the Doo.Ri sample sale. Select shoes and knits are under $100. 39 W. 38th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; Th??“F (9??“6).
??? Earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and more are 60 percent off at the Kendra Scott jewelry sample sale. 231 W. 39th St., nr. Seventh Ave., Ste. 909; W (11??“6), Th (11??“7), F (11??“5).
–Nikki Cho Russo
Tags: Black Label, C Neeon, Doo.Ri, Eva, Henrik Vibskov, Jeremy Argyle, Kendra Scott, Marmalade, Maven Collective, Mike & Chris, Orthodox, Rebecca Beeson
HENRIK VIBSKOV Catskin Dress in Thin Denim, available at FORWARD.
It’s so nice to see Henrik Vibskov continually including denim in his collections, and especially branching out to something more interesting than the requisite jeans for his mens line. It seems Vibskov’s Catskin Dress in Thin Denim hails from a happier, whimsical moment in his life, while designing the collection. Perhaps we’ll hear more about his latest collection at Paris Fashion Week!
Currently, his very colorful, ethnic, and, shall I say, joyful collection is a departure from his previous fall winter collection. Although I view Henrik Vibskov as an artsy designer — on the avant-garde side — who seems to have ’60s and ’80s muses riding on his shoulders, he still manages to churn out modernity in his pieces and captivate young and fashionable followers who demand a fresher approach to Poserism and Euro-Club Kidism.
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— Kathy Ng Hassan
Tags: Henrik Vibskov