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The Last Sample Sales of 2017

December in New York is a great time to remember that just because you can do all your shopping online doesn’t mean you should. Between the big names hosting sample sales this week and next — J Brand, Jonathan Simkhai, Altuzarra, and Miista among them — and the holiday markets and pop-ups specifically designed for gift shopping, you have countless reasons this month to get out from behind your computer or phone screen.

This sample sale email won’t hit your inbox again until 2018, but we’ll keep updating our master list of sales between now and then, so check back often. And when you find time to take a break from checking all these places out, head over to our Facebook group and let us know what you bought. Laura Gurfein, deputy managing editor

J Brand
Deal: Discounts on men's and women's denim, clothing, and accessories.
When: Tuesday, December 12th through Sunday, December 17th. Tue 10am—8pm, Wed—Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—4pm.
Where: 260 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001

Ulla Johnson
Deal: Up to 70% off all women’s clothing. Dresses are $185 to $225, and blouses and knits are $90 to $125.
When: Wednesday, December 13th through Thursday, December 14th. Wed 10am—7pm, Thu 10am—6pm.
Where: 168 Bowery, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10012

Deal: Up to 70% off skincare, color cosmetics, and bath and body products. Credit cards only.
When: Wednesday, December 13th through Thursday, December 14th. Wed 11am—6:30pm, Thu 9am—6pm.
Where: 80 Maiden Lane, Suite 1103, New York, NY 10038

Deal: Save up to 70% off favorite styles, including $40 sweaters, $50 jeans and $100 jackets.
When: Wednesday, December 13th through Thursday, December 14th. Daily 10am—7pm.
Where: 648 Broadway, Suite 808, New York, NY 10012

Jonathan Simkhai
Deal: Up to 80% off clothing, accessories, and swimwear.
When: Wednesday, December 13th through Thursday, December 14th. Daily 10am—7pm.
Where: 252 W 37th Street, 3rd Fl, New York, NY 10018

Tabitha Simmons
Deal: Discounts on women's shoes.
When: Wednesday, December 13th through Friday, December 15th. Wed 11am—8pm, Thu 9am—8pm, Fri 9am—5pm.
Where: 151 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012

Deal: Up to 90% women's clothes, bags, and shoes from the 2017 pre-fall and fall/winter collections.
When: Thursday, December 14th through Friday, December 15th. Daily 8:30am—6:30pm.
Where: 233 Broadway, 14th Floor, New  York, NY 10279

Deal: Up to 75% off women's shoes, with prices between $30 and $130.
When: Friday, December 15th through Sunday, December 17th. Daily 11am—8pm.
Where: 239 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002

Eileen Fisher
Deal: Up to 60% off women's clothing.
When: Monday, December 18th through Wednesday, December 20th. Daily 10am—7pm.
Where: 151 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012

Stila Cosmetics, Tocca
Deal: Discounts on women's beauty and makeup products from Stila, and discounts on candles and fragrances from Tocca.
When: Tuesday, December 19th through Saturday, December 23rd. Tue—Thu 10am—8pm, Fri—Sat 10am—7pm.
Where: 260 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001

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Since holiday shopping opportunities are everywhere this time of year, we’re telling you about the best marketplaces, pop-ups, and events happening in the final days before Christmas.

Beged Pop-Up: Learn about (and shop from) young, up-and-coming Israeli female fashion designers at this week-long pop-up dedicated exclusively to their clothes and accessories. If the prospect of one-of-a-kind gifts isn’t enough to entice you, the space includes a speakeasy. Wednesday, December 13th through Wednesday, December 20th. Daily 11am—7pm. 208 Bowery, Lower East Side.

Howard Street Block Party: This event is back for a second year, this time including shops on Crosby Street, too. TL;DR: The coolest stores in Soho — think Opening Ceremony, Reformation, The Arrivals, Canal Street Market, and more — will open their doors for exclusive shopping offers and holiday-themed fun, including Stumptown coffee-based cocktails from host store Tom Dixon. Thursday, December 14th. 5pm—8pm. Tom Dixon, 19 Howard Street, Soho.

Very Merry Holiday Hours: The Meatpacking District BID has rallied 35 neighborhood shops to offer discounts — Allsaints leather jackets will be 25% off, and you can take $20 off a Kiehl’s purchase of at least $65 — snacks and drinks, prizes, and more for one night only. Start off with a wine tasting at event headquarters, Little West Wines. Thursday, December 14th. 6pm—9pm. Little West Wines, 19 Little West 12th Street, Meatpacking District.

Birchbox Brooklyn Bazaar: Stocking stuffer central comes to the base of the Brooklyn Bridge with Birchbox’s weekend shop, featuring best-sellers, gift sets, and limited-edition boxes. You can also decorate holiday cookies with Smile to Go and drop off a new, unwrapped toy to donate to the Brooklyn Hospital Center. Saturday, December 16th through Sunday, December 17th. Daily 11am—5pm. Empire Stores, 55 Water Street, Dumbo.

The Designer Collective: Find like-minded indie brands, including Nikki Chasin and IMAGO-A, at this Brooklyn weekend mini mart; the best time to go is between 4pm and 6om on Saturday, since that’s cocktail hour. Saturday, December 16th through Sunday, December 17th. Daily 8am—6pm. 33 Grand Street, Williamsburg.

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Function of Beauty: The brand that makes one-of-a-kind shampoo and conditioner for every customer based on hair type and concerns will open its Soho lab to the public this weekend, and even give away some sets for free (valued at up to $42). See what it looks like to make your own bottle here. Saturday, December 16th through Sunday, December 17th. Daily 11am—7pm. 355 W Broadway, 4th Floor, Soho.

TMS Makeup Shop NYC: The Makeup Show, a convention for beauty professionals and amateur obsessives, is popping up this weekend to offer makeup from the likes of Hourglass, Kevyn Aucoin, Make Up For Ever, and more at serious discounts (up to 70% off, in some cases). Buy your tickets here before prices go up at the door. Saturday, December 16th through Sunday, December 17th. Sat 10am—5:30pm, Sun 11am—5pm. Metropolitan Pavilion, 123 W 18th Street, Chelsea.

Jingle: A Holiday Pop-Up Extravaganza at Chelsea Market: For the 11h year in a row, accessories designer Jill Schwartz is bringing together eclectic designers of leather goods, jewelry, kitchen accessories, and more for a last-minute market. Tuesday, December 19th through Saturday, December 23rd. Tue 11am—9pm, Wed—Fri 10am—9pm, Sat 10am—6pm. Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Avenue, Chelsea.

Cuyana + Parachute Holiday Pop-Up: Yup, it’s exactly what it sounds like: Two big-time direct-to-consumer brands have set up shop IRL to sell their high-quality yet affordable basics (small leather goods, sheet sets) that anyone would be happy to find under the tree. Open through Sunday, December 31st. Daily 11am—7pm. 257 Elizabeth Street, Nolita.

Creatures of Comfort Holiday Bazaar: The boutique you typically turn to for indie-label clothes has carved out a whole selection of giftable items, including home goods from Areaware, that you can browse for the rest of the holiday season. Mon—Sat 11am—7pm, Sun 12pm—6pm. 205 Mulberry Street, Noho.

Lizzie Fortunato Holiday Shop: Shop jewelry and leather goods from the brand founded by twin sisters Lizzie and Kathryn Fortunato, plus a selection of home goods from their favorite makers and pieces they’ve picked up on vacation in places like Peru and Kenya. Prices range from $10 to $1,000, or in other words, stocking stuffers to splurges. Open through Sunday, December 31st. Wed—Sun 11am—7pm, Mon—Tue by appointment only. 110 E 7th Street, East Village.

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