WILLIAMSBURG—Inspired by her own children, Australian-born jeweler Scosha Woolridge is extending her line to include accessories for kids, too. The line, adorably named Little Scosha, includes hand-braided bracelets, charms, and cuffs, and is now available online and in her Williamsburg boutique.
BUSHWICK—Are you a hot girl who loves eating pizza? Great! Tonight from 7pm to 10pm, head to Mary Meyer for a photo show of the Polaroids that inspired the Instagram account @h0tgirlseatingpizza, which, naturally, will be accompanied by free pizza for all, along with $1 beer and punch, a live DJ, and a photobooth.
NOHO—Starting this weekend and running every Sunday in May from 10am to 6pm, LA-based tuxedo and suit rental company The Black Tux will be setting up shop at Stone Fox Bride. Though walk-ins are welcome, brides- and grooms-to-be can also make an appointment online, where you'll get a custom style consultation, a fitting, and a chance to browse their collection.
MEATPACKING—After your obligatory trip to the new Whitney museum tomorrow, head to Owen for an in-store party in honor of the museum's opening. All day long, there'll be champagne, cupcakes, and 10% off everything in the store.
NOLITA—Stop by the Ramy Brook boutique (22 Prince Street) tomorrow, and with every handbag or apparel purchase, you'll meet graffiti artist Valentina Dafne Preissi, who can customize each piece with new colors and designs—see the website for a taste of what you could create.
BED-STUY—You've only got a mere three hours to shop eco-friendly beauty line Jolie Bloom, which is popping up at Brooklyn Baby Cakes (506 Nostrand Ave) tomorrow between 2pm and 5pm. They'll have facial scrubs, body butters, bath soaps, and more, all priced between $8 and $30.
UPPER WEST SIDE—Blogger Vera Sweeney hosts a mother and daughter event at Danish jewelry store Trollbeads (226 Columbus Ave) tomorrow from 1pm to 4pm, where there'll be cake pops, light refreshments, and a custom flower crown with every purchase.