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Bergdorf's Extended Sale, Free Barry's Bootcamp, and More News to Know

Quick takes on the fashion and retail headlines making news in New York City.

Driely S.

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MIDTOWN—With a deep freeze on the horizon for the weekend, it's a good thing that fall and winter merchandise is still on sale at Bergdorf Goodman. Madison Avenue Spy noted that its end-of-season event has been going on longer than usual this year (probably due to the weather) and estimates that an extra 25% discount could be added on top of prices that are already 75% off before it wraps up in a week or so.

GREENWICH VILLAGE—Scotch & Soda is making it a double. WWD reports that the Dutch retailer will be expanding into the space next to its Bleecker Street store that opened last spring, effectively doubling its footprint to give the women's collections its own space where Rebel Rebel records used to stand.

SOHO—Colombia-based Serrano is taking part of New York Fashion Week with a pop-up shop at 25 Mercer Street, running through February 16th. The label specializes in women's blazers, and this is part of its push to establish its business in Manhattan.

NEW YORK CITY—Like Soulcycle, Barry's Bootcamp rarely discounts its classes, so it's especially worth noting that all newcomers can take their first class free during the entire month of February. Now you're officially out of excuses to not reboot your New Year's resolutions.