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Free Ice Cream Sandwiches, a British Sale, and a Flatiron Fitness Crawl

The upcoming shopping, fashion, and fitness events you need to know about in New York City.

Driely S.

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WEST VILLAGE—The British accessories boutique Flat 128 is saying goodbye to summer with up to 40% off tons of merchandise—like these sunglasses for $145 and this hot pink leather bracelet for $65—beginning tomorrow and running through Labor Day. You can shop the sale online, but you'll only get complimentary cocktails and snacks if you pop by the store at 15 Christopher Street.

MANHATTAN—It might not be cold enough to wear Canada Goose just yet, but the brand plans on cooling you off from the inside to celebrate its e-commerce launch tomorrow with a little help from CoolHaus: Spot the ice cream truck tomorrow and share a picture of it on social media with the hashtag #AskAnyoneWhoKnows and score yourself a free ice cream sandwich. It'll be at Rockefeller Center from noon to 2pm, at Bryant Park from 3pm to 5pm, and venturing around Soho from 6pm to 8pm.

FLATIRON—Three of the gym-obsessed neighborhood's powerhouse fitness studios are teaming up this week to bring you a MegaFhixRide class crawl. Don't worry, we'll break that down for you: Pick up a card that looks like this at either The Fhitting Room, SLT, and Peloton and take one class at each studio during one of the prescribed times between now and Sunday. If you complete the challenge, you'll get instructions next Monday on how to claim prizes and exclusive discounts for class packs, plus be entered for the chance to win a class and fitness swag from each studio.

FLATIRON—Stop by the Madewell store at 115 Fifth Avenue to see the brand's new collaboration with the Cambridge Satchel Company, along with a selection of the UK brand's classic styles that are priced from $85 to $310. It's the first time that the label's available in a stateside brick-and-mortar store, and this is the only location in the city that you'll be able to find them.

PROSPECT PARK—There's still time to get your tickets to Wanderlust108, the "mindful triathlon" that's been touring the country and makes it stop in Brooklyn this Sunday, September 13th. The $55 ticket price gets you entrance to a 5K fun run, a 60-minute yoga instructional, sessions for meditation and foam rolling, a dance party with live DJs, and more—but grab them now, since prices increase soon.