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Hats off to Eugenia Kim's sample sale on W. 36th Street. The fashionable headgear and hair accessories come in multiple shapes and sizes and a variety of styles, from furry earmuffs to berets and fedoras. Standout pieces include a black-and-white fox-shaped scarf called Foxy and a striped wool Sherlock cap named Sam. Prices ranged from $10 to $200 for knitted, wool, and feathered headgear (see the price list in the photo gallery). And even if you're not a hat wearer yourself, the prices are reasonable for a holiday gift.—Jena Glick
· Dealfeed: Eugenia Kim [Racked NY]