Openings and Events
On Thursday, Stacia Canon, remembered from Dernier Cri, her shop in the meatpacking district, will open Canon NYC, a specialty boutique filled with under-the-radar designer finds like a Wonder Anatomie tie-dye bird jacket ($575) and an Asli Filinta gingham sweatshirt ($255). At 150 Sullivan Street.
Also on Thursday, Trunk Club, the personal shopping retail concept owned by Nordstrom, will open a Zachary Prell room, where you’ll find an elegant collection of men’s shirts, including a linen plaid button-down finished with mother-of-pearl buttons ($228) perfect for the workplace and beyond. At 457 Madison Avenue.
On Saturday, Freemans Sporting Club will open a pop-up for the heritage footwear brand Viberg. It will have handmade Chelsea boots in exclusive colorways like tan horsehide and black calf ($690). At 8 Rivington Street.
On Saturday, the Hester Street Fair opens for the season, promising handmade linen pants from CMY Look ($135), Macaron Parlour treats, music by Tom of England, and more. At 25 Essex Street.
Also on Saturday, Shinola will celebrate the opening of its Dumbo store, and the release of a limited-edition Jackie Robinson watch ($1,500), with a block party. Look for a baseball card photo booth, ballpark eats, batting drills and beats by Questlove. At 49 Water Street, Brooklyn.
Don’t be the man in the gray flannel suit: On Monday, the Black Tux, the online tuxedo rental service, will open its first brick-and-mortar retail location. You’ll find fashion-forward options like midnight-blue ($125 rental, $1,100 retail) and chambray ($145 rental, $1,300 retail) tuxedos without the long-term commitment. At Apolis Community Center, 243 Centre Street.
Neely and Chloe Burch’s Neely & Chloe showroom, which has preppy summer essentials like a candy-stripe beach tote ($248) and leather slides ($178), is now open by appointment. At 185 Franklin Street, fourth floor.
Hitting the Racks
Tracy Reese has created eight Plenty by Tracy Reese styles, including an off-the-shoulder plaid dress for the pop-up of Gwynnie Bee, the rental subscription service for women sizes 10 to 32, which offers monthly memberships starting at $49. At 134 Fifth Avenue and gwynniebee.com.
And Teresa Maccapani Missoni has teamed up with the plus-size e-tailer Eloquii on a Teresa For Eloquii capsule collection that includes a lace-embellished fit-and-flare shirtdress ($165) and a puff-sleeve peplum top ($95). At eloquii.com.
An earlier version of this article misstated the address of the Neely & Chloe showroom. It is 185 Franklin Street, not 148 Franklin Street.
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