How to Join the Fashion Pack at New York Fashion Week

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From Thursday to Sunday, shop for floaty chiffon dresses ($150) and other effortless pieces at the French label Sézane’s first store in the United States. Enjoy treats from the TriBeCa patisserie Maman and free totes that say, “Bonjour, New York.” At 254 Elizabeth Street.

Also from Thursday to Sunday, Everlane will open the Denim Counter, a pop-up for its new line of well-priced jeans, including high-rise skinnies ($68), all made from premium Japanese material. At 39 Spring Street.

On Friday, MaxMara will reopen its New York shop, where you’ll find a new crystal-embellished velvet mini-version of its signature Whitney bag ($1,420). At 813 Madison Avenue.

On Saturday, Giovanna Battaglia will be signing copies of her book “Gio_Graphy: Fun in the Wild World of Fashion” ($39.95) at Bergdorf Goodman from 2:30 to 4 p.m.; and on Monday the artist Donald Robertson will be signing copies of his book, aptly titled “Donald: The Book” ($85), from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

On Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m., Glamour beauty editors will be on hand at the new Bloomingdale’s Glowhaus boutique to talk you through the merits of, say, Glamglow mud-firming treatments ($69) and other sparkly, dewy makeup and skin care products.

Armarium will have a popup all week at The Standard, East Village featuring fall runway arrivals from Marc Jacobs, Haider Ackermann, Rochas and Marchesa. At 25 Cooper Square; email to book an appointment.

On Tuesday, Jason Wu is taking over Cadillac House for a #GREYOUT featuring nine limited-edition collaborations for his GREY Jason Wu label, including a LeSportsac backpack ($105) and Jennifer Fisher earrings ($650). At 330 Hudson Street.


A bunny sweatshirt from the GREY Jason Wu label.

If you didn’t make the guest list for the premiere of Opening Ceremony’s Spike Jonze-directed fashion show-cum-dance performance “Changers,” presented in partnership with American Express, you can still book tickets for four more showings next week. At La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, 66 East Fourth Street.

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