Tomorrow night, Chelsea’s Angel Street Thrift Shop is hosting its spring sample sale, featuring designer duds, jewelry, furniture, collectibles. This philanthropic shop on West 17th Street is a great spot to find deals on hidden gems. New donations arrive each day from patrons and designers alike. For this event, the thrift shop has saved up the good stuff. And it’s all for a good cause. Proceeds from the store helps those affected by substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, and mental illness. The picture above was taken this morning. As you can see, they were still setting up for the sale event. If you’re in the neighborhood, it’s worth checking out.
Where/When: Angel Street Thrift Shop, 118 W. 17th St., (b/w 6th 7th Aves), Thursday May 17th (5-7p).
Through Monday, the Ralph Lauren Home Collection sale is being held at the Metropolitan North Pavilion on West 19th Street in Chelsea. This annual event is very popular for those looking to fill their homes with the classic American style that Ralph is known for. Here, you’ll find the usual furniture, lighting, home accessories as well as some unexpected pieces such as these decorative life-size horses…
If you’ve ever been to ABC Carpet & Home near Union Square, you’ll know that it’s full of great stuff for your home as well as your closets… Through Sunday, January 22nd, the huge emporium is hosting its end-of-season sale. While the signs say “up to 75-percent off,” most of the items I spotted were marked down 30-50% off the original price.
Through December 31st, Brooklyn’s Artists & Fleas has set up a holiday pop-up shop in Chelsea Market where you’ll find great stuff for last-minute gifts. The pop-up showcases artists, designers and collectors. There’s so much on offer that you’re bound to find something for the people on your list.
For just two days, VPL designer Victoria Bartlett is hosting a one-of-a-kind vintage sale at her boutique on Mercer Street in Soho.Â Wednesday night, Victoria was gracious in allowing me a sneak peek at the pieces up for grabs at the so-called Vintage Affair.Â I took photos of the merchandise as well as the designer herself as she was pricing the garments.