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Saltalamacchia's Sleek Jewelry; Seize sur Vingt's Dining Deal

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WEST VILLAGE—Victoria Simes's jewelry line Saltalamacchia not only has the best name—seriously, try saying it out loud—but it's also got a very chic minimalist, organic vibe. In the past, Simes has crafted pieces from feathers, horsetail, semi-precious stones, and chains. Her latest collection is sterling silver, and it's launching at a trunk show this weekend at Zero + Maria Cornejo (807 Greenwich Street at the corner of Jane). Stop by from 2pm to 6pm to shop both the new stuff and and a selection of the classics. [Racked Inbox]

MIDTOWN EAST—Supremely classy shirting shop Seize sur Vingt has teamed up with the Plaza Food Hall by Todd English for a little food-and-shopping deal. (Can we call it "dine-and-fash"?) For every shirt you buy at Seize, you get a $25 gift certificate to the food court. There's a limit of three per customer, but do you really need more than three shirts and $75 worth of snacks? [Racked Inbox]