The week in shopping
Hopefully sequined striped dresses will be among the offerings at French Connection's sample sale, which features separates and accessories for $40 and up. 10/3-10/7; 2-7 Wed., 9-7 Thurs. & Fri., 10-6 Sat., 10-5 Sun.; Metropolitan Pavilion, 110 W. 19th St. (6th & 7th Aves.).

No one does party dresses like Betsey Johnson, so stock up for $95 a pop. 10/4-10/5; 10-8; 263 W. 38th St. (6th & 7th Aves.).

One of my favorite sales, Dwell's graphic-print linens are $95 and under. 10/4-10/14; 11-7; 76 Greene St. (at Broome St.).

Score Alessandro Dell'Aqua's ultra-luxe clothes, furs, and accessories at up to 80% off. 10/3-10/5; 6-9 Wed., 10-7 Thurs. & Fri.; 540 Park Ave. (at 61 St.), penthouse.

Fashionista NY's latest sale features Blumarine, Cavalli, Balenciaga, and other coveted designers for up to 70% off. 10/3-10/4; 10-7; Surrey Hotel, 20 E. 76th St. (5th & Madison Aves.).

Score modern, classic pieces from Tahari at below-wholesale prices. 10/2-10/7; 10-7 weekdays, 11-6 weekends; 227 1st Ave. (13th & 14th Sts.).

Bejewel yourself for 50% off at Catherine Angiel's sale. Through 10/15; noon-7; 43 Greenwich St. (at Charles St.).

Email for a chance to score M+J Savitt’s semiprecious jewelry for 60% off. 10/2-10/5; 9:30-5.

Even though outdoor weather is winding down, Chelsea Garden Center is taking 25% off teak furniture, shrubs, and pottery. Through 10/31; 580 11th Ave. (at 44th St.), 444 Van Brunt St. (at Reed St.), Red Hook, Brooklyn.

Birnbaum & Bullock's fan-cee weddings gowns (plus veils and headpieces) are $700-$3,000. 10/5-10/7; noon-6 Fri., 10-4 Sat., noon-4 Sun.; 151 W. 25th St. (6th & 7th Aves.), ste. 2A.

Outfit Fido in New York Dog's finest canine accessories for up to 80% off. 10/3-10/5; 8-8; 133 W. 25th St. (6th & 7th Aves.), ste. 9 East.

Schlepp out to Jersey and be rewarded with fancy French Grange furniture for 40%-70% off. 10/4-10/6; noon-8 Thur., 10-8 Fri. 10-6 Sat.; 23 Empire Boulevard, Hackensack, NJ.

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Anonymous said...

Did anyone pick up anything at Dwell? How much were their duvets going for?