• Join Saks Fifth Avenue for the launch of Essence, a new fragrance by Narciso Rodriguez. 611 Fifth Ave., nr. 50th St. (212-940-2858); 108.
• Trish McEvoy artists will be on hand to help you achieve the perfect eyebrows. Receive complimentary service and a makeup lesson when you purchase three or more Trish McEvoy products. Bloomingdale’s Soho. 504 Broadway, nr. Broome St. (212-729-5126); 117. Call for an appointment.
• Clothes and accessories by Erickson Beamon, Orla Kiely, and Charlotte Ronson are marked down at Showroom Seven; a Tony Cohen chiffon ruffle-sleeve dress that was $600 at Barneys is $200. 263 Eleventh Ave., nr. 27th St., third fl. (212-643-4810); 107.
• Classic Italian leather shoes and handbags are up to 70 percent off at the Bruno Magli sample sale. The Bucine ankle boots are $175 (originally $470), the Filiano sandals are $125 (originally $330), and the Novenia handbag is $170 (originally $390). 145 W. 18th St., nr. Seventh Ave. (68).
• All sterling and semiprecious jewelry is 60 to 80 percent off at Exhibitionist. Pieces range from $20 to $100. 177 Orchard St., nr. Stanton St. (212-375-1530); (128).
• Get up to 70 percent off couture bridal gowns by Junko Yoshioka. 580 Broadway, nr. Houston St. (212-206-9302); call for an appointment.
• Silk dresses are up to 90 percent off at Secrets of Charm. The Stella dress, the Wiggle dress, and the Ruby dress are now each $65. 95 Horatio St., nr. Washington St. (646-414-0052); 117.
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