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NYC Sample Sales to Shop in January

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Sample Sales to Shop in January

End-of-season sales at boutiques and department stores are typically your best shopping bets for January, but there are also promising sample sales worth checking out if you’re in the NYC area. See below for details on upcoming sales featuring Jason Wu, Fivestory, Theory, Schutz, and more.

P.S.: This is our last sample sale email. We're consolidating the Racked newsletter into a twice-weekly shopping edition full of advice, deals, and stellar service reporting, so make sure to click here to sign up. And don't worry, you can always see the full list of sample sales on; bookmark this page and check back for constant updates. Laura Gurfein, deputy managing editor

Deal: Up to 60% off men's apparel and suiting from the fall/winter collection.
When: Tuesday, January 9th through Sunday, January 14th. Tue 9am—8pm, Wed—Fri 10am—8pm, Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—4pm.
Where: 260 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001

Alpha Industries
Deal: Outerwear for up to 70% off, including men’s and women’s parkas, field coats, and bombers.
When: Thursday, January 11th through Monday, January 15th. Thu 10am—7pm, Fri—Sun 10am—8pm, Mon 10am—7pm.
Where: 393 Broadway, New York, NY 10013

Veronica Beard
Deal: Discounts on women's clothes, jeans, and shoes.
When: Tuesday, January 16th through Thursday, January 18th. Tue 8:30am—7pm, Wed 9am—7pm, Thu 8am—1pm.
Where: 65 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012

Theory, Helmut Lang
Deal: Samples and irregulars for women and men at 75% off retail.
When: Tuesday, January 16th through Friday, January 19th. Tue 11am—8pm, Wed—Fri 11am—7pm.
Where: 261 W 36th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018

Deal: Up to 60% off men's, women's, and kids' skiwear and fitness apparel.
When: Tuesday, January 16th through Sunday, January 21st. Tue 10am—8pm, Wed—Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—4pm.
Where: 260 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001

Jason Wu
Deal: Discounts on true Jason Wu Collection samples (clothes, bags, and shoes), plus Grey by Jason Wu items and Fila x Jason Wu clothing.
When: Tuesday, January 16th through Sunday, January 21st. Tue 9am—8pm, Wed—Fri 11am—8pm, Sat 10am—8pm, Sun 10am—5pm.
Where: 150 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012

Fivestory New York
Deal: Women's designer clothes, shoes, handbags, jewelry, and accessories for up to 80% off.
When: Tuesday, January 23rd through Sunday, January 28th. Tue 9am—8pm, Wed—Sat 11am—7pm, Sun 11am—4pm.
Where: 150 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012

Deal: Women's shoes for up to 80% off. Items from The Arrivals, Alix, and Kal Rieman will also be available.
When: Wednesday, January 24th through Friday, January 26th. Wed 11am—8pm, Thu—Fri 11am—7pm.
Where: 261 W 36th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018

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