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This Indie Sample Sale in the Meatpacking District Runs Through Friday

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Indie label lovers, this one's for you. In Support Of's sample sale is in its second of three days in the Meatpacking District, and we spotted labels like Behno, House of Harlow 1960, and William Okpo when we stopped by this morning. Just like last summer, the sale is in the basement underneath the main boutique.

The first thing that will catch your eye are the two tables full of jewelry from CC Skye and House of Harlow 1960. Get your fill of chokers and necklaces ($50), architectural bracelets ($40), and a wide selection of gold rings ($20) and earrings ($30) while you're here.

Three racks of Behno were in the far left corner of the space. The first section featured fall markdowns with a small size run of structured tops and sheer knits ($75), pea coats ($275), and a couple pairs of trousers ($100). There were a few splashes of red, but overall this section had a muted palate of black and cream. The other two Behno racks were for production and development samples. Some standout pieces here include a faux fur top ($50) and a pair of wide leg trousers ($70).

Along the longest wall were a whole mixture of brands. We spied a funky face denim jacket from William Okpo ($60), a few different silk coordinate sets (starting at $160) and an extremely limited selection of Franziska Fox heels and flats (all $80).

There was no $25 rack this time around, but there are some special pieces that make this sale worth the visit. Cash and cards are accepted, and make sure you utilize the fitting rooms to verify the sizing on these samples. Check out the Dealfeed below for more on the location and times.