• Spring and summer merchandise is up to 70 percent off at the Lilla P sample sale. 819 Washington St., nr. Gansevoort St.; daily (8–8). Through 6/28.
• Find Italian suits, sport coats, shirts, ties, and more up to 75 percent off at the Isaia sample sale. 225 Fifth Ave., nr. 27th St.; Tu–Th (10–7), F (10–1). Through 6/29.
• Clothingline is hosting a multi-designer sale, including labels like Nanette Lepore, Tocca, Joe’s Jeans, and more. 261 W. 36th St., nr. Eighth Ave., second fl.; daily (11–7). Though 6/28.
• Jewelry, earrings, bracelets, and rings are 65 percent off at the Ippolita sample sale, starting Sunday. Soiffer Haskin, 317 W. 33rd St., nr. Eighth Ave., (718-747-1656); Su (9–6), M–Tu (9–7). Through 6/26.
• A|X Armani Exchange is hosting its annual Ciao! sale. Select items such as dresses, rompers, and accessories are up to 70 percent off and are available in-store and online at armaniexchange.com. 10 Columbus Cir., nr. 60th St., third fl., (212-823-9321); M–Sa (10–9), Su (11–7). 568 Broadway, nr., Prince St., (212-431-6000); daily (10–10). 645 Fifth Ave., nr. 51st St., (212-980-3037); daily (9–9). 129 Fifth Ave., nr. 20th St., (212-254-7230); daily (10–9). Through 7/8.
• Richard Chai's sample sale kicks off this Saturday, featuring the women's main collection, contemporary collection, and select pieces from men's. 330 E. 11th St., nr. First Ave., M–Sa (12–8), Su (12–7). Through 7/8.
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