Friday, July 9, 2010

Sample Sales This Week NYC: July 7-12, 2010 - Updated

Guess someone in the world has heard our cries! Thanks to Oak & Geren Ford, it will no longer be sample sale desert this week!

Who: Oak & Friends Sample Sale
What: In addition to Oak's samples and overstock there will be merch from designers including Hyden Yoo, Pleasure Principle, Tim Hamilton REDUX, Gar-de, Osborne shoes, Kontorsion, Mary Meyer, Chrishabana, The Furies, Funktional, Rxmance and Life After Denim.
When: July 9-12, 2010. Fri-Mon 11am-8pm
Where: 28 Bond Street, Lower Level (b/n Lafayette and Bowery)

Who: Geren Ford
What: Up to 80% off retail and sample steals starting at $20!
When: July 9, 2010. Fri 10am-6pm
Where: 54 Thompson St #202 (b/n Spring & Broome St)

Who: Prive Designer Summer Sample Sale
What: 50 - 85% Off Retail Men's, Women's & Home from brands like Ansr, Belle by Sigerson Morrison, Bruno Magli, Charles Jourdan, Dansk, Earnest Sewn, English Laundry, Eva Franco, Hart Schaffner Marx, Modern Amusement, Plenty by Tracy Reese, Rogan
When: July 7-11, 2010. Wed-Sat 10:30am-7pm, Sun 10:30am-6pm
Where: Chelsea Market, 75 9th Ave (b/n 15th & 16th St)

7/8 Update - We just got word of a couple more sales happening today and this weekend.

Who: Oliver People, Paul Smith & Mosley Tribes
What: Discounted sunglasses
Where: 366 W. Broadway in Soho
When: Thursday, July 8th 6-9PM

Who: DCK Sample Sale (click for full sample sale report)
What: Costume jewelry - earrings, necklaces, beacelets, rings, hair accessorie and more. Merch will include pieces that are currently selling at Diva, Freedom and TopShop. Deals like 3 for $10 and 80% off select TopShop and Macy's styles - CASH ONLY
When: Friday, July 9 noon-5PM & Saturday, July 10 10AM-3PM
Where: 366 5th Ave, Suite 803 (between 34th & 35th St) 212-564-0217

7/9/10 UPDATE: The sales just keep trickling in ;)

Who: Obesity + Speed Sample Sale
What: Men's and women's graphic tees, tanks, dresses, sweatshirts, and more are $20 to $50
When: July 8-10, 2010. Thurs-Sat noon-8pm
Where: 178 Mulberry St., nr. Broome St. 212-925-1022

Who: Built by Wendy Summer Sale
What: Spring/summer collection is up to 70% off. The Fine Art silk tank was $144, now $72. Pinstripe-layered tie-front shirt was $185, now $93. Color block minidress was $113, now $57.
When: Now through August 15, 2010. Mon-Sat, noon-7pm. Sun noon-6pm
Where: Manhattan - 7 Centre Market Pl., b/t Broome & Grand Sts. (212-925-6538)
Williamsburg - 46 Nort 6th St (b/n Wythe & Kent Aves) (718-384-2882).

7 comments:

Angella said...

You guys rock for the DCK sale!! I bought $30 (3 for 10) of FAB accessories an hour ago. Thx so much to telling us about the extension :)

Anonymous said...

Ask any vampire. It pays to drink the finest blood.

Bedbugs -- nocturnal, bloodsucking monsters that are itching up beds all over the city -- have hopped the Jitney and landed in the Hamptons, where the little beasts are causing war among neighbors over who invited them in. Be afraid.

In the land of sun, sea and celebs, the pests launched an assault last month on a breathtaking model renting an East Hampton pad with her family -- who then nearly died from buggy poisoning.

"It's disgusting. It's gross!" said Jill Taft, 43, a designer resuming her catwalk career. "If I get bitten again, I'll probably go into anaphylactic shock. I won't wake up."

This is the story of bedbugs and a model. It's also the tale of an exploding scourge. Bedbug outbreaks, which an expert says have increased "exponentially" in the New York area, with a peculiar fondness for Abercrombie & Fitch couture, are working their way into better ZIP codes.

They won't vanish. Not until the government rescinds the 1972 ban on the bug-slaughtering chemical DDT, which was deemed potentially risky to birds. Humans have been paying since.

Summer started innocently. Jill and filmmaker husband Joel Roodman, 51, and cuties Sophia, 8, and Max, 3, who live in a (bug-free) Financial District penthouse, rented a three-bedroom house at 85 Hog Creek Road, complete with swimming pool, for the low price of $18,000 for the summer.

Hell broke loose Father's Day weekend.

"We all woke up Saturday with strange welts on our bodies, our children included," said Jill. "I thought, 'God forbid, let me peel back the sheets, the dust ruffle.' "

She spied a black bug. "My heart sank. I picked it up with a tissue. It burst! Red blood."

The critters were hiding in the sheets and mattress. "Some adults. Some teenagers. Egg sacs!"

Jill slept fitfully. The next morning, "I had over 79 bites (right), even on my eyelids." The skeeve factor was forgotten on the drive back to the city, when Jill had difficulty breathing. She was suffering an allergic reaction.

"My heart started to race. All my bites started to swell up." Joel stopped the car at the emergency room at New York Hospital in Flushing, Queens, where Jill was given intravenous steroids and Benadryl. "I was never in so much pain in my life."

That should have ended it. But being the Hamptons, there's a cutthroat real-estate angle. House owner Rich Gucciardo offered Jill, who fears permanent scars, and Joel a $5,000 refund. They refused.

"They're crazy," Gucciardo said about his ex-friends-turned-mortal-enemies. "We've had no [bedbug] problems. There are all kinds of things in the New York press about outbreaks in New York City.



Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/not_the_dune_buggies_she_had_in_JoZaviL96ZlbN257NgUU3L/0#ixzz0tF5zTSlJ

Anonymous said...

Ask any vampire. It pays to drink the finest blood.

Bedbugs -- nocturnal, bloodsucking monsters that are itching up beds all over the city -- have hopped the Jitney and landed in the Hamptons, where the little beasts are causing war among neighbors over who invited them in. Be afraid.

In the land of sun, sea and celebs, the pests launched an assault last month on a breathtaking model renting an East Hampton pad with her family -- who then nearly died from buggy poisoning.

"It's disgusting. It's gross!" said Jill Taft, 43, a designer resuming her catwalk career. "If I get bitten again, I'll probably go into anaphylactic shock. I won't wake up."

This is the story of bedbugs and a model. It's also the tale of an exploding scourge. Bedbug outbreaks, which an expert says have increased "exponentially" in the New York area, with a peculiar fondness for Abercrombie & Fitch couture, are working their way into better ZIP codes.

They won't vanish. Not until the government rescinds the 1972 ban on the bug-slaughtering chemical DDT, which was deemed potentially risky to birds. Humans have been paying since.

Summer started innocently. Jill and filmmaker husband Joel Roodman, 51, and cuties Sophia, 8, and Max, 3, who live in a (bug-free) Financial District penthouse, rented a three-bedroom house at 85 Hog Creek Road, complete with swimming pool, for the low price of $18,000 for the summer.

Hell broke loose Father's Day weekend.

"We all woke up Saturday with strange welts on our bodies, our children included," said Jill. "I thought, 'God forbid, let me peel back the sheets, the dust ruffle.' "

She spied a black bug. "My heart sank. I picked it up with a tissue. It burst! Red blood."

The critters were hiding in the sheets and mattress. "Some adults. Some teenagers. Egg sacs!"

Jill slept fitfully. The next morning, "I had over 79 bites (right), even on my eyelids." The skeeve factor was forgotten on the drive back to the city, when Jill had difficulty breathing. She was suffering an allergic reaction.

"My heart started to race. All my bites started to swell up." Joel stopped the car at the emergency room at New York Hospital in Flushing, Queens, where Jill was given intravenous steroids and Benadryl. "I was never in so much pain in my life."

That should have ended it. But being the Hamptons, there's a cutthroat real-estate angle. House owner Rich Gucciardo offered Jill, who fears permanent scars, and Joel a $5,000 refund. They refused.

"They're crazy," Gucciardo said about his ex-friends-turned-mortal-enemies. "We've had no [bedbug] problems. There are all kinds of things in the New York press about outbreaks in New York City.



Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/not_the_dune_buggies_she_had_in_JoZaviL96ZlbN257NgUU3L/0#ixzz0tF5zTSlJ

Anonymous said...

Ask any vampire. It pays to drink the finest blood.

Bedbugs -- nocturnal, bloodsucking monsters that are itching up beds all over the city -- have hopped the Jitney and landed in the Hamptons, where the little beasts are causing war among neighbors over who invited them in. Be afraid.

In the land of sun, sea and celebs, the pests launched an assault last month on a breathtaking model renting an East Hampton pad with her family -- who then nearly died from buggy poisoning.

"It's disgusting. It's gross!" said Jill Taft, 43, a designer resuming her catwalk career. "If I get bitten again, I'll probably go into anaphylactic shock. I won't wake up."

This is the story of bedbugs and a model. It's also the tale of an exploding scourge. Bedbug outbreaks, which an expert says have increased "exponentially" in the New York area, with a peculiar fondness for Abercrombie & Fitch couture, are working their way into better ZIP codes.

They won't vanish. Not until the government rescinds the 1972 ban on the bug-slaughtering chemical DDT, which was deemed potentially risky to birds. Humans have been paying since.

Summer started innocently. Jill and filmmaker husband Joel Roodman, 51, and cuties Sophia, 8, and Max, 3, who live in a (bug-free) Financial District penthouse, rented a three-bedroom house at 85 Hog Creek Road, complete with swimming pool, for the low price of $18,000 for the summer.

Hell broke loose Father's Day weekend.

"We all woke up Saturday with strange welts on our bodies, our children included," said Jill. "I thought, 'God forbid, let me peel back the sheets, the dust ruffle.' "

She spied a black bug. "My heart sank. I picked it up with a tissue. It burst! Red blood."

The critters were hiding in the sheets and mattress. "Some adults. Some teenagers. Egg sacs!"

Jill slept fitfully. The next morning, "I had over 79 bites (right), even on my eyelids." The skeeve factor was forgotten on the drive back to the city, when Jill had difficulty breathing. She was suffering an allergic reaction.

"My heart started to race. All my bites started to swell up." Joel stopped the car at the emergency room at New York Hospital in Flushing, Queens, where Jill was given intravenous steroids and Benadryl. "I was never in so much pain in my life."

That should have ended it. But being the Hamptons, there's a cutthroat real-estate angle. House owner Rich Gucciardo offered Jill, who fears permanent scars, and Joel a $5,000 refund. They refused.

"They're crazy," Gucciardo said about his ex-friends-turned-mortal-enemies. "We've had no [bedbug] problems. There are all kinds of things in the New York press about outbreaks in New York City.



Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/not_the_dune_buggies_she_had_in_JoZaviL96ZlbN257NgUU3L/0#ixzz0tF5zTSlJ

Anonymous said...

This 43 year old "model" (based on the Post article), is hardly "breathtaking..veins "poppinout of skinny arms yuk!!!!
If we don't want bedbugs in the Hamptons..."city folk" and their "help from overseas" should stay home...given that NYC is where ALL the outbreaks of these "pests" are coming from. Now Victoria's Secret had to close down in...you guessed it...NYC

Anonymous said...

The person who commented on the 43 year old model should know that she normally looks like she is in her 20"s. All the steroid medication and other drugs she had to take would have caused her to have veins "popping out."
Obviously the disgruntled person who wrote that comment was not an MD but a rather ignorant individual. Perhaps it is Mr. Richard Gucciardo himself!?!
Only someone so obtuse would write something so misinformed.

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