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Saks Fifth Avenue Changed Its Friends & Family Sale Policy

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Brian Harkin

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MIDTOWN—Bad news if you've been holding out for the Saks Fifth Avenue Friends & Family sale to make your big ticket purchase this season: Madison Avenue Spy is reporting that the department store is discounting designer merchandise on an item-by-item basis.

TRIBECA—Jewelry site Ylang23 is headed to the neighborhood with Pop-In NYC, a three-day pop-up shop showcasing pieces from designers like Foundrae, WWake, Jade Trau, Ten Thousand Things, Moritz Glik, Melissa Joy Manning, and more. You can shop it beginning Thursday, April 21st, and it's open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m daily at 52 Lispenard Street.

NEW YORK CITY—Equinox is teaming up with Juice Press to offer cafés in 15 select locations across the New York over the next four months, beginning with its new East 92nd Street location.