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NOLITA—This weekend, Michael Williams of A Continuous Lean and Randy Goldberg of Kempt—both extremely stylish menswear blogs—curate a pop-up flea market at 201 Mulberry Street. Expect custom-made Billy Kirk accessories, J.Press vintage, Hattan handmade baseball caps, and other tasteful items for the fashionable male, alongside food and booze from Cafe Select and haircuts from Tommy Guns stylists. The event runs Friday from 4pm to 8pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11 to 7. [The Pop-Up Flea]
MIDTOWN EAST—When Refinery29 wrote about Jules Kim's jewelry line Bijules a few months ago, they kept referencing Lord of the Rings. There's really no better way to describe Kim's fanciful, textural designs, which look like they belong on fashionable elves (and have been worn on Nicole Richie, who's sort of a sprite herself). Starting tomorrow at 10am and running through Saturday at 8pm, Henri Bendel hosts a trunk show of Kim's latest work, the pixie- and pyrite-inspired Rock Collection. [Racked Inbox]