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SOHO—Paintbox, the nail salon for cool girls, is turning one next month! They're celebrating by reviving two favorite manicure styles (including the "Inner Circle," shown above), debuting the new "On the Sidelines," and introducing a retail area for their favorite products, like Deborah Lippmann cuticle oil and Zoya polish remover.
WEST VILLAGE—New York City nonprofit The Foundling and petiteParade (the founders of Kids Fashion Week) are teaming up for a pop-up shop that'll be open at 27 Christopher Street beginning tomorrow. Proceeds from the sales of kid's apparel from the likes of RUUM American Kids' Wear, Elements by Melissa, and Nina Shoes will benefit the organization. It'll be open through May 17th from 11am—7pm (but only on Thursdays through Sundays), and you can head here for more information.
HERALD SQUARE—Head to Macy's tomorrow at 6pm to meet the cast of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical and chat with Danielle DiFerdinando, the designer behind Danielle Nicole Handbags whose latest collection is inspired by the show. A purchase from the brand of $125 or more scores you two tickets to the musical as well.
CLINTON HILL—Brooklyn menswear boutique Leisure Life is hosting an in-store party with up-and-coming local artists, including Ioan Delice, Chetamor, Popular, and A$AP TyY of hip-hop group A$AP MOB. The fun goes down at 8pm—including the open bar.