• Clutches, canvas and python totes, and casual hobo bags are up to 70 percent off at Khirma Eliazov. 102 Charles St., nr. Bleecker St.; Sa-S (noon-6).
• Get up to 70 percent off new and past-season clothes and accessories at Honey in the Rough. The sale includes items from Surface to Air, Samantha Pleet, Whit, Rodebjer, Mociun, and Thread Social. 161 Rivington St., nr. Suffolk St. (212-228-6415); Th-S (10-8), Su (noon-7).
• Items including corduroys, flannels, sweaters, wool jackets, ties, and outerwear start at 50 percent off at the Save Khaki sample sale. 327 Lafayette St., nr. Houston St. (212-925-0134); T-Sa (noon-7), Su (noon-6), through 2/19.
• Clothes and accessories from Helmut Lang, Jimmy Choo, Phillip Lim, DVF, and more are up to 90 percent off at Scoop's closet clean-out sale. 430 W. 14th St., nr. Washington St. (212-691-1926); M–W (10–7), Th–S (11–8), Su (11–6), through 2/20.
• Current and past season merchandise by Rachel Comey, Alexander Wang, A Detacher, and more is up to 75 percent off at Jumelle. 148 Bedford Ave., nr. N. 8th St., Williamsburg (718-388-9525); Th–M (noon–7:30), through 2/20.
• Receive up to 75 percent off designer clothing, shoes, and accessories for men, women, and children, as well as gifts for the home, at the Barney's Warehouse Sale. 255 W. 17th St., nr. Seventh Ave. (212-450-8400); See website for hours. Through 2/26.
• Eyewear is up to 50 percent off at the Morgenthal Frederics semi-annual sale. 399 W. Broadway, nr. Spring St.; M–F (10–7), Sa (11–7), Su (noon–6), through 2/26.
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