This Week’s Pop-Ups, Openings and Special Shopping Events


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Openings and Events

On Thursday, Fivestory will open a Clean Beauty Clubhouse charity makeup consultations ($60) with products from a healthy makeup and skin-care line Follain. At 18 East 69th Street, fourth floor.

That same day, a eyewear tag Moscot will open a Chelsea Market emporium featuring a Tint-a-Majig, a quirky, arcade-style appliance that lets we try out tradition lens-tinting options for a turn ($260) and block ($280) frames. At 75 Ninth Avenue.


Hunter’s Wellington boots will be accessible during a pop-up in Grand Central Terminal starting Sunday.

On Friday, a slip tag Wacoal will be horde during a Fit for a Cure eventuality during Macy’s. For each lady who comes in for a nominal fitting, Wacoal will present $2 to a Susan G. Komen Foundation to advantage breast cancer research, caring and village health programs. Wacoal will present an additional $2 if we confirm to buy a square like a Awareness Underwire Bra ($65), that has an festooned badge on a behind to remind women of a significance of removing checked.

This season’s Manhattan Vintage Show will take place on Friday and Saturday. It will have a shoppable muster highlighting a work of a 1990s cult favorite engineer Gemma Kahng, who dressed celebrities including Sharon Stone and Madonna. The muster will underline a floral rayon coupler with sheer sleeves ($145) and a linen blazer with melted potion buttons ($125). At a Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street.


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Hunter, a British birthright label, will be holding over Vanderbilt Hall during Grand Central Terminal for a pop-up from Sunday to Wednesday. You can emporium waterproof equipment like Wellington boots ($150) and a sport cloak ($395) inside a mist-filled hothouse that promises to ride we to a Scottish Highlands. At 89 East 42nd Street.

On Wednesday, a home-essentials tag Snowe will open a pop-up filled with silky sateen and frail percale bed linens (starting during $58 for a pillowcase set). At 252 Lafayette Street.

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