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A Shoe Party, Free Yoga, and Makeup for Days

New York City's upcoming fashion and shopping events you need to know about.

Driely S.

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SOHO—Celebrate the one-year anniversary of Dune London with a shopping party Thursday night at 518 Broadway. Between 5pm and 9pm, guests will enjoy music from DJ Chelsea Leyland, shaved ice cocktails from People's Pops, cool-girl mini-manis from Paintbox, shoe giveaways, and a 20% discount on the entire store. Plus, it pays to show up early: The first 100 customers will score a goody bag with $50 worth of freebies.

FLATIRON—Athleisure store Bandier is honoring National Yoga Month with free hour-long yoga sessions every Wednesday at 7pm through the rest of September, led by top Pure Barre instructors — the one on the 23rd is led by certified hot trainer Francesca Valarezo. Claim your spot (they're limited!) by emailing with your preferred date, and enjoy a 15% shopping discount, too.

MIDTOWN—Lord & Taylor is kicking off the new (shopping) season with two days full of fun extras at the Fifth Avenue flagship. Both tomorrow and Thursday will have live music and a candy bar provided by French Connection between noon and 8pm; and after 6pm, you'll find cupcakes, a photo booth, and hair styling stations. Wednesday evening boasts denim customization with Mavi jeans, too. And every customer who makes a purchase of $200 or more in contemporary fashion gets a gift bag valued at more than $100. Head here for more details.

UPPER EAST SIDE, SOHO—Get ahead of the fall beauty curve with Space NK at the makeup store's Autumn Beauty Edit this Saturday, September 12th. Learn about the latest brands and trends from experts, and snag a gift bag with 33 products (including full-size ones) with a $250 purchase. Contact the stores on Lexington Avenue and Greene Street to reserve your space in advance — those bags will run out fast — and learn of the events schedule.