MIDTOWN—For three days only, customize your Proenza Schouler bag at Bergdorf Goodman. Starting Thursday, customers can spice up their handbags with number and letter pins. Plus, on Thursday from 6pm to 8pm, meet designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough and let them help you customize your purchase from the spring 2016 collection.
SOHO—Head down to 125 Wooster Street to celebrate the apparel collaboration between Woolrich and Dogfish Head Beer. The doors open at 6pm on Thursday and the party will feature the Pennsylvania Tuxedo pale ale, brewed with spruce tips. Sip beer and shop the collection (not the first that a beer brand has launched recently) while chatting with Dogfish's Sam Calagione and Woolrich's Josh Rich. RSVP to email@example.com to ensure easy entry.
LOWER EAST SIDE—Tomorrow, Freemans Sporting Club is hosting a trunk show with leather goods brand Lotuff, featuring made-to-order products. Head over to 8 Rivington Street between 6pm to 9pm. Customers will receive 20% off the Freemans Sporting Club collection while enjoying whiskey drinks from Westland Distillery. Guests will also get a free monogrammed Lotuff Folding Card Wallet with the purchase of any tote, duffel, or briefcase.
SOHO—This Thursday, beauty brand Make will open their Soho showroom (560 Broadway) for a night of makeovers and lingerie shopping. From 6pm to 9pm, intimates line Flora Nuit for Triumph will be available for shoppers to peruse while Make artists provide makeovers inspired by the lingerie's classic styles and understated looks.
UPPER EAST SIDE—Anglophiles should beeline to Madison Avenue, where Great Britain is taking over through Sunday. Between 57th and 86th streets, participating stores — that's places like Agent Provocateur, Alexander McQueen, Barbour, Jimmy Choo, L.K. Bennett, Molton Brown, and Mulberry — will be giving out free tea and cake samples, complimentary services, and even discounts on merchandise. For specific offerings, and the full schedule, head over here.