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A Brooklyn Makers Market With Free Drinks and Owen's Farewell Cupcakes

The New York City fashion and shopping events you need to know about this weekend.

Rugs from Cold Picnic
Rugs from Cold Picnic
Driely S.

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WILLIAMSBURG—Head over to Concrete + Water at 485 Driggs Avenue tomorrow afternoon for the Brooklyn Makers Market between 11am and 8pm. Check out local designers like Aelfie, Ilana Kohn, Cold Picnic, and Archive New York. The open bar happy hour starts at 5pm in their awesome backyard, so you can browse handmade pieces and sip a beer or two (or three).

MEATPACKING DISTRICT—As we continue to mourn the Owen's departure, the boutique is making its closing sale even sweeter this Saturday with complimentary champagne and cupcakes. Stop by 809 Washington Street tomorrow to indulge your sweet tooth while shopping 3.1 Phillip Lim, Acne, and Jonathan Simkhai for up to 80% off retail prices.

GRAMERCY—Big Gay Ice Cream founders Douglas Quint and Bryan Petroff will be at Fishs Eddy this Saturday at 3pm to celebrate the opening of the store's new book annex and the release of their new book Big Gay Ice Cream: Saucy Stories & Frozen Treats: Going All the Way with Ice Cream. Head over to 889 Broadway to get your copy signed and to enjoy sundaes crafted by Quint and Petroff.

NOHO—Filson is hosting a dog-friendly happy hour this Sunday from 2pm to 6pm. Bring a furry friend to 40 Great Jones Street to browse their latest camera bags and outdoor gear while your dog enjoys free biscuits and treats from Spoil Me Rotten Dog Biscuits Co.

WEST VILLAGE—California-based footwear line Anyi Lu is popping up at 1 Horatio Street (underneath the Darling boutique) starting Monday, July 27th. Each pair of their four-inch heels is engineered to provide cushioning and support that make walking in pumps a little easier for those of us who don't pack an extra pair of shoes to walk to and from work. Stop in to check out their newly designed Angel and Camille pumps and take them for a "test drive;" they're open daily from 10am to 5pm through July 31st.