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The News Showroom Sample Sale's $10 Deals Have Returned!

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The News sale off Broadway in Soho is stacked with multiple brands, and, naturally, is packed with people. We perused the racks and bins; all clothes and shoes prices are as marked. Here's a general overview of what to look for.

Entering the space, you'll find Cheap Monday and 6397 denim near the entrance. Women's jeans are on the right, with sizes 24 through 32, all priced around $30 to $40. Men have fewer denim styles to choose from, with jeans in sizes 30 to 34, priced between $20 and $40. Stick to the right and you'll find Cheap Monday women's tops, dresses, and sweaters. We saw a denim bomber for $75, a printed dress for $20, and a patterned top for $40. Back on the left side are men's Cheap Monday button-downs ($30), tees ($25), and tanks ($20).

Continue onwards, and you'll see more women's styles to the right. Racks of one-off Clu tops, skirts, and dresses line the walls. We saw everything from a red knit top for $40 to a blush zip hoodie for $100 (prices are normally $140 to $300). Sizes run the gamut from XS to L, generally speaking, but smalls seem to dominate.

A single rack holds a few women's Public School styles. We noted a cobalt blue silk shirt dress for $300 (was $605) and a black and white shirt dress for $80 (was $280).

The center of the women's section is all shoes. Anniel styles are priced from $10 to $40 (usually $160-$250), and sizes 6 through 10 are represented. Women's Common Projects heels are $50 each, sneakers and loafers are $100 (usually $400), and boots are $150 (usually $550).

At the back of the women's section are racks of 6397 styles, including a few more jeans, tees, tops, and dresses. We saw a denim jumpsuit for $50, a long-sleeve shirt for $40, jeans for $75 (were $350), and a red and black plaid button-down for $20. Tees are $10, graphic tees are $30 and sweatshirts are $40.

Over on the (busier) men's side, shoes are less plentiful but options include Tim Coppens and Common Projects styles from $130 to $175 (normally $500). Sizes are mostly men's 10 or 11, with others mixed in, but they were being scooped up fairly quickly. Next to the shoes are the Officine Generale racks, where we saw $50 jeans, a $90 light blue button-down shirt (was $325), and a $250 blazer (was $943).

Further along are men's Public School offerings, which include a black leather jacket for $400 and a patterned blue and white button down for $150. Tim Coppens apparel is limited to coats and sweaters, mostly. We saw a plaid wool coat for $250, a brown leather biker jacket for $400, and a few different sweater styles from $75 to $140. There are plenty of size mediums, with larges and smalls spread throughout.

For accessories, Folk belts are $20—$40, hanging near the registers. Jewelry (mostly Cheap Monday) is $5. Long scarves are $60 (there are many), while smaller scarves are $30. We also saw Anniel kids shoes for $20.

For real bargains, venture to the center of the space for men's and women's $10 bins, which include denim and pants as well as tops and tees. Most sizes will be small, because they're samples.