• Check out the nonprofit green pop-up shop BoHo Bodega, which features products from ecoconscious brands like Simply Organic, VitaCoco, and Sambazon. The shop will host events including live music, educational seminars, and workshops, as well as offer free samples of products, food, and drinks. All proceeds benefit various charities, including the Council on the Environment of New York City. Through 10/25. 220 Lafayette St., nr. Spring St.; T (6–10), W–S (10–10), Su (11–6).
• Womenswear, menswear, shoes, and handbags are 70 to 80 percent off at the Elie Tahari fall sample sale. The women’s sleeveless sequin cocktail dress is $99 (originally $598), the charcoal-colored cashmere-blend trench coat with fox-fur collar is $499 (originally $995), and the black snakeskin classic pumps are $79 (originally $495). Through 10/24. 510 Fifth Ave., nr. 43rd St. (212-398-2622); T–F (8:30–7:30), S (10–5).
• Shop deep discounts on men's and women's apparel, footwear, handbags, wallets, and accessories from Prada and Miu Miu. Through 10/23. 609 W. 51st St., nr. Eleventh Ave.; S–Su (9–6), M–F (10–7).
• Gilt Groupe is the exclusive online retailer for a new line of Versace tote bags illustrated by children who have been victims of illness or earthquake in the U.S. and China. All proceeds benefit the Starlight Foundation and the One Foundation. Those who purchase a tote by December 1 will also receive a 20 percent discount at any Versace boutique in the U.S. Through 12/1. Online only.
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