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How Many Free Drinks Can You Down in Two Hours Tomorrow?

Your roundup of New York City's fashion and shopping events coming up this week.

Driely S.
Driely S.

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UPPER EAST SIDE—In celebration of its first Manhattan boutique, Mixology is hosting a store opening party with The Hills alum Whitney Port. Head over to 1467 Third Avenue tomorrow evening between 6pm and 8pm to check out the new store—which stocks the likes of Free People, BB Dakota, For Love and Lemons, and Whitney Eve (of course)—and enjoy complimentary drinks and a DJ set.

TRIBECA—Check out Steven Alan's latest optical collaboration—this time with FairEnds—a day before it launches in stores and online. At the Tribeca store (103 Franklin St) tomorrow night between 6pm and 8pm, you can preview the new collection and customize your own FairEnds hat while sipping free cocktails.

MEATPACKING DISTRICT—Meet the designers behind Cushnie et Ochs and shop their latest collection at Owen (809 Washington St) between 6pm and 8pm tomorrow. Carly and Michelle will be chatting with customers alongside boutique owner Phillip Salem as you browse the racks with a Svedka cocktail in hand. Send an email to RSVP@riopr.com before heading over.

MIDTOWN—Getting ready to tie the knot? Learn about the Bloomingdale's registry during the department store's Wedding Party tomorrow evening between 6pm and 8pm. It'll feature hors d'oeuvres and cake tastings, tips from wedding planner Andrea Freeman, and a chance to win a pre-wedding two-night trip for two to the Salamander Resort & Spa. Plus, all guests can take home a gift bag—no purchase required. Call 212-705-3340 to RSVP before heading to the sixth floor tomorrow evening.

SOHO—Now's the time of year where the realization hits: You totally want a bike. Luckily, leather and tech brand This Is Ground and Priority Bicycles have teamed up to create DayTrip, a pop up shop this weekend at 246 Mott Street selling both of the brand's products.

MIDTOWN—This Thursday through Sunday at the Tourneau Time Machine (12 East 57th Street), the watch store will hold a rare customer appreciation sale, where there'll be 30% to 70% off brands like Audemars Piguet, Dior, Burberry Gucci, and more in both men's and women's styles.