The News Showroom in Soho is hosting a sample sale this week which kicks off tomorrow (Thursday). They carry labels that have a cult following and fans make a point to hit the bi-annual sale event. Check out the video above which will give you an idea of what’s on offer…
On Thursday, The News Showroom is hosting its fall sample sale which offers a long list of indie and international brands, including Tim Coppens, Common Projects, Anniel, and more. The Mister stopped into the showroom Monday night and took a number of snapshots to give us an idea of what to expect at this season’s sale.
Today, The NEWS Showroom opens its doors in Soho for its seasonal sample sale featuring Common Projects, Clu, Cheap Monday, Anniel and more… Yesterday, we stopped in and shot video of the friends & family preview. Check it out and see what shoppers have in store for them – lots of stuff!
As we mentioned in this week’s sale roundup… The News Showroom kicks off its holiday sample sale today. Fashionable Femme Jen attended yesterday’s preview. Every sale always has lots and lots of merchandise for both men and women. Jen gives us the lowdown on just how much stuff there is on offer:
The News showroom is moderately crowded this afternoon as I venture in to scour the sale. The good news is that there is no bag/coat check. There is a fitting room area curtained off near the middle of the space. There is also a TON of stuff for both sexes (though I mainly took note of the female items). Merchandise from Clu, Co, Common Projects, Eternal Child, Anniel, Destin and others is neatly sectioned, with a heavy dose of Cheap Monday mixed in between.
The News Showroom in Soho is hosting a two-day sample sale this weekend. The event is being held in support of Gay Pride and will coincide with events in New York City. You may recall the showroom’s massive sample sale last month. I’m told that this one will mainly feature Cheap Monday and Anniel footwear (popular for the label’s ballet flats). As you can see from the photos provided by sale organizers, there’s tons of merchandise.