Say yes to the shoe: On Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Martha Stewart Weddings editors will help you make the tough call between minimalist stilettos ($398) and pearl-embellished sandals ($455) from the new Stuart Weitzman bridal line. At 625 Madison Avenue. R.S.V.P. here.
Bloomingdale’s at 59th Street has the new Spanx bridal collection, which includes a shaping bodysuit ($74) and high-waist briefs with pretty lacy motifs ($64).
The jeweler Jemma Wynne has created a bridal capsule for Stone & Strand that includes a hexagon-frame diamond ring in a contemporary interpretation of Art Deco style ($16,305 for 18-karat gold). At 185 Franklin Street, sixth floor.
Openings and Events
On Thursday, dot COMME, an Australian vintage shop that specializes in, you guessed it, Comme des Garçons, will open a pop-up at Opening Ceremony stocked with eccentric pieces like a dress with built-in gloves ($2,000). At 35 Howard Street.
That same day, Nanette Lepore will open a pop-up above her garment district studio. There you’ll find flirty bits like a silk floral frock with lace panels ($478). At 225 West 35th Street, penthouse.
On Friday, the artisanal footwear label FEIT will put up an installation at La Garçonne showcasing its natural vegetable tanning materials (tree bark, salt, oil) and construction techniques (handsewn Goodyear welting) for styles that include new mules ($400). At 465 Greenwich Street.
From Friday to Sunday, the online recipe community Food52 will host the Big Spring Spruce-Up, a weekend of programming with workshops by the site’s editors, an herbal tonics and tinctures bar, and a market with kitchen finds like Food52 x Madewell shibori cocktail napkins ($24 for a set of four). At 122 West 26th Street, eighth floor.
On Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m., Barneys Madison Avenue will host Exclusively Yours, offering free customization on items throughout the store, including Gucci sneakers that can be embossed with a monogram or icons ($640).
That same day, Bergdorf Goodman will have a shopping event at its new Atelier Notify denim customization lab where you can add, say, butterfly embroidery ($80) — or all manner of laser printing, patches, pins and studs — to a jean jacket ($345).
The SoHo concept store Dreams on Air will host a vintage jewelry trunk show with Chanel “quilted” hoop earrings ($395) and 1960s Bakelite and Lucite bangles ($220), starting Wednesday. At 120 Wooster Street.
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