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A Pop-Up Where Art Meets Food and Two Great Fitness Deals

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Your roundup of New York City's upcoming fashion, shopping, and fitness events.

Driely S.

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CHELSEA—Need to make your apartment look a little less rental? Cover up that beige paint with a print from Artfully Walls's IRL pop-up shop and exhibit at Haven's Kitchen (109 W 17th St). Opening tomorrow for the duration of July, it'll feature prints selected by Haven's Kitchen founder Alison Cayne and styled by Michelle Adams of shelter magazine Lonny, and showcase a range of established and upcoming artists' work on premium paper and canvas. Plus, shoppers can grab a 15% discount code just for stopping by.

BROOKLYN—There's still a solid two months of beach season ahead of us, and therefore two more months to make yourself more, well, solid, and that's where these extended Fourth of July specials on class package from Torque Cycling and Fitness and Xtend Barre Brooklyn Heights come in handy. At the Williamsburg gym, use the code INDEPENDENCE2015 to take 40% off any cycling or TRX bundles of five, 10, or 20 classes through July 10th. And at the barre studio through July 9th, pick up two months of unlimited classes for $429 (normally $598) or get two bonus classes when you buy a 10-pack.

FLATIRON—With rising temperatures, eBay is upping the discounts on designer shades: Tomorrow and Wednesday in Flatiron Plaza from 10am to 6pm, visit the eBay Airstream, where you'll find discounts on Michael Kors and Ray-Ban sunglasses that mirror that day's high temperature (meaning you'll score 83% off on Tuesday and 87% off on Wednesday).