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This Week: Sales on Sales & An Interactive Lego Wall

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

Driely S.

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WILLIAMSBURG—Life:Curated's end-of-season sale started yesterday and runs until the middle of the month—or whenever the spring/summer merchandise supply dries up. Stop by 186 Grand Street for items like Rachel Antonoff's Lena Top for $45 (originally $150) and Miista's Zoe Stingray Oxford for $55.50 (originally $185—that's just like their sample sale prices) Plus, all final sale items are an extra 20% off online with the discount HOT20.

CHELSEA—If you're shopping and proceeds go to charity, that means you're entitled to buy twice as much, right? That'll be the case tomorrow from 10am to 6pm at Haven's Kitchen (109 W 17th St), where owner Alison Cayne and Covey+Lou founder Tina Burgos have come together for the Raid Her Closet sale. Featuring gently used designer clothes from Derek Lam, Isabel Marant, Chanel, Chloé, and Proenza Schouler, sale proceeds will benefit Edible Schoolyard NYC and The Barbara Lynch Foundation.

MANHATTAN—Consignment boutique INA's summer sale is going strong with markdowns now going past 70% off on select merchandise. Take your pick between locations (Nolita, Soho, Chelsea, and more) to find items like Lanvin flats for $90, a men's Marc by Marc Jacobs leather jacket for $135, and a Christian Dior skirt for $360.

MANHATTAN—The fashion world is having a denim moment, so Joe Fresh is celebrating with a roving mobile store. Follow the truck's route through the city this week on the brand's Twitter page to stock up on jeans and to spend time with blogger Jenni Radosevich of I Spy DIY, who will be on board this weekend for DIY denim activities. Tomorrow, catch the truck between 1pm and 3pm at Madison Square Park and Times Square, and from 4pm to 8pm at 72nd Street and Fifth Avenue.

FLATIRON—Need even more free outdoor workoutsJoin Uplift Studios for a free high-intensity interval class starting at 6:30pm tomorrow in Flatiron's South Public Plaza (between 22nd and 23rd Streets). No need to RSVP or show up early to reserve a spot—they'll be able to accommodate everyone.

FLATIRON—Cool off tomorrow afternoon in front of Lego's Technic Wall of Fans, just north of 23rd Street between Broadway and Fifth Avenue (that's right by their new store). The 8-by-12-foot wall will automatically turn on as pedestrians walk by between 10am to 8pm.