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Thursday is the last day of New York Fashion Week, but there are still fashion parties to go to and new stores to shop. For starters, if you missed Ralph Lauren’s visual extravaganza for the debut of Polo for Women in Central Park on Monday evening, head to the new Polo Ralph Lauren Fifth Avenue shop, with 38,000 square feet spanning three floors. You’ll find cute fall accessories like a moto tote ($795) and a shearling hobo (left, $795) alongside the men’s and women’s lines. Enjoy a cup of joe at Ralph’s Coffee. At 711 Fifth Avenue. You’ll receive a gift with any $35 MAKE purchase. At 433 Broadway. to celebrate the fall Pierre Hardy collection, which includes a multicolored striped ankle boot ($1,255). The French footwear designer, who began his career in fashion working as an illustrator for magazines like Vanity Fair Italy and Vogue Hommes International in the ’80s, has done two illustrations for the occasion (one is shown above); he will be signing these and will also make custom sketches by request.
From left, an illustration by Pierre Hardy who will create custom sketches by request at the Bergdorf Goodman event; a multicolored striped ankle boot ($1,255); and a metal hoop black leather boot.
On Sept. 17 and 18, Kipling, the Belgian handbag line, will open a “Make Happy” hub at Grand Central Terminal for the release of its Always On collection. You’ll be able to shop the collection, which includes functional carryalls like a pleated tote ($159), and avail yourself of free manicures, on site massages and charging stations.
The Los Angeles vintage store Scout and the American made company Shinola have teamed up to curate an American Vintage Collection with American sportswear classics like a 1970s Geoffrey Beene silk polka dot two piece ($328) and a 1960s Bill Blass houndstooth top ($348). The goods will be on display through the end of the month at the Shinola SoHo store. At 177 Franklin Street.
There is also a General Idea pop up open through the end of the month, which will have pieces from the New York men’s wear label’s fall collection, like a black and white color block button down ($183), and where you can also order items that just walked down the spring runway.