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Welcome to Racked's new Weekly Agenda: a rundown of the best sales, store events, pop-up shops, and more for the next seven days. Highlights from this week include the Rent the Runway sample sale, Dwell and New York Magazine's City Modern retail salon, and A.P.C.'s collaboration with Nike. Click through to see them all, and leave any tips in the comments.

The Rent the Runway sample sale kicks off today at 260 Fifth Avenue, offering up a discount of 95% off retail prices on cocktail and evening dresses from Badgley Mischka, Nicola Miller, Shoshanna, and more. All of the merchandise is either "retired" or "gently used," so set aside a solid chunk of time to comb through the racks. More info in the dealfeed here.

A.P.C. and Nike are releasing a special sneakerhead collab today: an Air Max in white and navy with neon orange and yellow accents. It's available for both men and women, and hits the A.P.C. stores and website today for $120.

The Pamella Roland sample sale begins today, with eveningwear and cocktail dresses marked down up to 70% off. See the dealfeed here.

Urban Decay's "Kisshibition with artist Natalie Irish—famous for kissing canvases—arrives at Sephora in Times Square today. Stop by and see it from 2pm to 7pm.

And for something to wear under all those party dresses from Rent the Runway and Pamella Roland: the Jenna Leigh sample sale, where lingerie and intimates are marked down up to 75% off. The address and hours can be found here.

The editors of New York magazine and Dwell have conceived a "retail salon showcasing the finest designers and artisans east of the Gowanus Canal." For the month of October, shoppers can head to Atelier Courbet, at 177 Mott Street, to browse offerings from Egg Collective, Brooklyn Bike, Fort Standard, and more. An opening reception will be held Friday night; request an invite here.