Little Italy

13 September 2015

WHAT: Malia Mills Annual Sample Sale

WHY: Up to 75% off Malia Mills signature bra-sized swimwear separates, tankinis, one-pieces and cover-ups.

And — did you know Malia Mills is so much more than swimwear? Also take up to 75% off the Malia Mills super chic collection of ready-to-wear.

Details Details:

Swimwear: Malia Mills bra-sized swimwear tops, tankinis and maillots fit and flatter cup sizes 30A to 38E. Bottoms and maillots in sizes 2 – 16.

For example:

  • Malia Mills custom Chi-tah print D cup Danceteria top originally $265; now $119.25
  • Malia Mills high waist Calendar Girl brief in blue skies originally $200; now $90
  • Malia Mills ruched retro Dionne maillot in brown sugar originally $345; now $86.25 — gimme some of that!

Ready-to-wear: Malia Mills ready-to-wear sizes 2 – 16.

For example:

  • Malia Mills James cargo pants originally $495; now $247.50
  • Malia Mills Annie blouse originally $395; now $197.50
  • Malia Mills Montecito romper originally $595; now $297.50
  • Malia Mills Tribe dress originally $695; now $173.75 — hell yes!

All major credit cards and cash accepted.

DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND Malia Mills has added a 24 hour flash online sample sale to its sample sale extravaganza! Shop online at from Thursday, September 24th noon EST to Friday September 25th noon EST.

Bonus: live chat to help with your purchase!

Malia Mills Annual Sample Sale

Malia Mills Annual Sample Sale

Malia Mills Annual Sample Sale

WHEN: 10/1 – 10/4; Th-Sun (10-8)

WHERE: Openhouse
168 Bowery
at Kenmare Street
Enter on Kenmare between Bowery and Elizabeth


For the complete list of today’s sales and sample sales check HERE

Posted by Bindra at 04:08 AM
Calendar Pick , NYC Sample Sales & Retail Sales , Sample Sales NYC , Swimwear , Today's Sales , Women's Clothing |

1 June 2015

WHAT: Fleur du Mal Sample Sale

WHY: Up to 80% off on women’s RTW and lingerie at the Fleur du Mal Sample Sale.

Shop one of a kind and new collection pieces.

WHEN: 6/3 – 6/4; W (8-8), Th (8-5)

WHERE: 138 Baxter Street
between Grand and Hester Streets
New York, NY


For the complete list of today’s sales and sample sales check HERE

Posted by Bindra at 12:43 AM
Calendar Pick , Lingerie , NYC Sample Sales & Retail Sales , Sample Sales NYC , Today's Sales , Women's Clothing |

18 April 2015

WHAT: Real NYC Designer Market Festival in Little Italy

WHY: Summer in Little Italy Festival.

Presented by the Little Italy Merchants Association, the festival has attracted more than a million visitors every summer since it began in 1995. Expect more than 150,000 visitors each weekend. More than 35 restaurants will operate sidewalk cafes during the festival so you can stop for a leisurely meal, cappuccino or cannoli… Who wants the “BEST CANNOLI”?! Visit our sister store Caffe Palermo at 148 Mulberry Street – meet the one and only “Cannoli King” – “Baby John”. Sweets Galore!

The festival will take place along Mulberry Street between Canal and Broome Streets. Mulberry Street will be closed to vehicular traffic.

Real NYC Designer Market is open YEAR ROUND: April Hours: Monday-Thursday 11-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 11-10 PM and Sunday 11-7 PM.

WHEN: Fridays (6-11), Sat (11-11), Sun (11-10)

WHERE: 166 Mulberry Street
between Grand and Broome Street
New York, NY

Real NYC Designer Market Festival in Little Italy

Posted by Bindra at 02:26 AM
Events & Promotions , Handbags & Accessories , Home , Jewelry & Watches , Today's Sales |

4 February 2013

Become a Stylish City Ambassador

Almost a year ago, we wrote an article asking ourselves: “Is the Upper East Side finally cool?

Yes, the UES had scenes from Gossip Girl and several from Sex and the City filmed here. Movie trucks are parked on the street both day and night and celebrity sightings aren’t anything out of the ordinary, either.

For example, two nights ago my dog met — and sniffed — Geraldo Rivera’s own canines (Rivera didn’t seem willing to enter into a conversation) and I am pretty sure it was Candice Bergen who stopped last year to pat the same furry companion. I should have gotten him an agent; he’s really a looker.

Still, despite our affluent, sometimes celebrity-status neighbors, we often find ourselves traveling to far away places like Soho for a good bowl of pasta. This might soon change with the opening of revered chef Michael White’s Ristorante Morini. However, considering the fact that I love Marea Ristorante and hate Osteria Morini, that is left to be seen.

Having said that, I must confess that I love my Upper East Side and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.  That’s when I got the idea: Wouldn’t be nice if we had scouts on the ground in each neighborhood? Scouts who kept everyone informed about what is happening in terms of shopping? And then I thought to myself, why can’t I be that scout?

That’s precisely why I took on the role as the Upper East Side’s Stylish City Ambassador. Take that, Ms. Wintour. This is one ambassadorship you are not going to get.

So, that covers one New York neighborhood.  What about the rest of them?  Well, I need your help.  If you want to be a Stylish City Ambassador, contact me at [email protected].

Here are the “districts” — Stylish Games anyone? — we have to cover. And yes, you will receive compensation for articles written.

East Village, Alphabet City, Chinatown, Little Italy,  Greenwich Village, Soho, Meatpacking, Noho, Nolita, Tribeca, West Village, Huson Square

Financial District      
Battery Park City, City Hall, South Street Seaport, Wall Street

Midtown East
Midtown East, Beekman Place, Flatiron, Gramercy Park & Union Square, Kips Bay, Murray Hill, Stuyvesant Town / Peter Cooper Village, Sutton Place, Tudor City, Turtle Bay / United Nations

Midtown West
Central Park, SouthChelsea, Clinton / Hells Kitchen, Garment District & Herald Square,  Koreatown, Midtown West,  Theater District

Upper East Side
Carnegie Hill, Gracie Point, Yorkville, Lenox Hill, Roosevelt Island

Lincoln Square, Manhattan Valley, Upper West Side

Posted by Mirela Gluck at 10:30 AM
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