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NEW YORK CITY—Sweat, shake, and melt away your problems at Exhale's fourth annual FusionFest on Thursday, May 19th. In partnership with Women's Health, the celebration includes complimentary Core Fusion classes, free snacks, goodie bags, giveaways, and appearances from finalists of the magazine's Next Fitness Star competition (Hottest Trainer alum Rachel Nicks was a finalist last year). Book your complimentary class at any one of the city's Exhale locations here before they're all filled up.
UNION SQUARE—View the new Disney film Alice Through the Looking Glass ahead of its theatrical release as part of New York magazine's Vulture Festival on Sunday, May 22nd at 1 p.m. at Regal Cinemas Union Square (850 Broadway). Afterwards, stick around to chat with film costume designer Colleen Atwood and Vulture senior editor Kyle Buchanan. Tickets are $25 and include complimentary soda and popcorn; you can purchase them here.
WILLIAMSBURG—Sip cocktails and get fitted for non-traditional wedding dresses at Wild West Brooklyn's bridal trunk show featuring designs from Daisy & Elizabeth and Daughters of Simone on Saturday, April 30th and Sunday, May 1st. Be sure to RSVP at email@example.com for an appointment.
SOHO—Earth Day vibes are still going strong at Patagonia. Stop by 72 Greene St on Thursday, April 28th at 7pm to hear Natalie Chanin, founder of sustainably-designed apparel and home goods company Alabama Chanin, and Patagonia environmental strategy director Jull Dumain chat about sustainable business practices in the fashion industry. This event (and its drinks) are free, and no RSVP is required.
MIDTOWN—Head to Bloomingdale's on Thursday, April 28th beginning at 6pm for a night of shopping and shop talk with three women-owned businesses. It all begins with a panel discussion moderated by The Style Line founder and CEO Rachel Schwartzmann and wraps up with shopping the Aella pop-up (there's a gift with purchase!) with Made Real Vodka drinks and snacks. Send RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org.