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SOHO—& Other Stories is celebrating the upcoming season with some late-night shopping. Head to the store at 575 Broadway tomorrow night between 6pm and 9pm for 50% off all shoes and a first look at new fall arrivals. This is a good chance to study up before this sister brand of both COS and H&M hits midtown on October 30th. Get more info about the event over on Facebook.
SOHO—Also tomorrow, Birchbox brings you a special meet-and-greet with New York Rangers goalie and all-around hunk Henrik Lundqvist to celebrate his partnership with Bread and Boxers. This free event gets rolling at 6:30pm at the beauty site's first brick-and-mortar location (433 W Broadway). Attendees will not only get a chance to meet the beloved Swedish goalie, but will also be able to snag an autograph with any Bread and Boxers purchase. Space is limited, and only the first 150 people in line will be able to meet the "King of New York," so reserve your spot ASAP!
WILLIAMSBURG—The Brooklyn Fashion and Design Accelerator is bringing a healthy does of ethics to this NYFW with their exhibit "FASHION=ACTIVISM: Rethink, Reuse, Respect." Running now through Sunday, its mission is to explore how fashion affects human rights, the environment, and traditional cultures through performances and artifacts on display at the event. Sponsored by Eileen Fisher and The North Face, the exhibit will conduct tours, host panels, and screen films throughout the week. Starting tomorrow, you can drop in any time between 4pm and 7pm, or reserve your spot on a tour between 4pm and 6pm. You can check out more info here, or stop by 630 Flushing Ave to see for yourself.
LOWER EAST SIDE—Get fit and cultured at the Runstreet Street Art Run this Saturday, featuring this neighborhood's many murals. Meet at Stanton Street Yoga (196A Stanton St) for a four-mile run that culminates in an optional calisthenics training session for injury prevention and strength. Reservations range from $20 to $30, with all proceeds benefiting the Red Hook Art Project, a Brooklyn-based initiative to bring music and art to underprivileged youth. RSVP to the event over here.