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SOHO—Join Emily Spivack of Worn Stories and Rachel Comey at the designer's flagship store (95 Crosby St) tomorrow from 7pm to 9pm to celebrate the changing of the seasons with shopping and storytelling. Come wearing your favorite autumnal piece to tell the story behind the garment, and it'll be added to the Worn Stories archive. Drinks and snacks will be provided, and those who tell a story or purchase a of copy of Worn Stories will receive 10% off their Rachel Comey purchase that evening.
HERALD SQUARE—Check out the collab between Urban Outfitters and Hunter Original tomorrow evening from 6pm to 8pm at 1333 Broadway. Enjoy fall-inspired treats, giveaways, and monogramming, as well as music by DJ Chelsea Leyland.
MIDTOWN—Fergie will be making a personal appearance at Lord & Taylor (424 Fifth Ave) to celebrate the launch of her fall 2015 footwear collection. Pick up a pair of shoes by tomorrow to get access to the VIP line and a chance to snap a photo with the singer between 6pm and 8pm. There will also be a Twitter-based Q&A hosted by Danielle Monaro of Z100's morning show.
TRIBECA—Take a peek at jewelry designer Yael Sonia's trunk show tomorrow at Otte (37 N Moore St). From 4pm to 8pm, shop a specially curated selection of expertly crafted and on-trend jewelry while snacking on refreshments and sipping champagne.
MIDTOWN—On the furniture floor of Bloomingdale's flagship, check out Homepolish's three different apartment designs inspired by city living tomorrow evening from 6pm to 8pm. With three distinct personalities, the designs are intended to give homey inspiration to those in attendance. In addition to the designs, enjoy refreshments and DJ music to help get those creative juices flowing.
HERALD SQUARE—Honor the 15th anniversary of Wacoal and Susan G. Komen's Fit for the Cure event, which specializes in bra fittings in the name of fighting breast cancer, next Wednesday the 21st at Macy's Herald Square. From 10am to 5pm, Wacoal will donate two dollars to Susan G. Komen for breast cancer research and health programs for every woman who gets fitted. An additional two dollars will be donated for every Wacoal bra purchased, and another dollar for those who photograph themselves after their fitting holding an "I Got Fit" sign and share it on social media.