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Fred Flare Platform
131 Meserole Ave., at Leonard St., Greenpoint; 718-349-1257
Saturdays, through September 25, 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

Coming up at the shop’s winningly cute weekly sidewalk party: a Marais shoe salon, a record sale, and a head-to-head “Donut War” between Peter Pan Donuts and Doughnut Plant.

Sanrio X Baby Milo at a Bathing Ape
91 Greene St., nr. Spring St.; 212-925-0222
August 28 through September 30.

A Bathing Ape and Sanrio’s cartoon-splashed clothing, shoe, and accessories collaboration makes its U.S. debut.

Repetto at Opening Ceremony
35 Howard St., nr. Broadway; 212-219-2688
September 10.

The Parisian shoe brand launches a shop-in-a-shop, offering 70 variations of its famous flats plus limited-edition booties ($245 to $495).

CFDA Fashion Incubator at the Shops at the Plaza
1 W. 58th St., at Fifth Ave.; 212-546-5499
September 10–30.

Jewelry and fashion designers like Alice Ritter and Prabal Gurung expand from their usual West 38th Street digs to the Plaza.

Superstar D.J. Record Fair at Skylight One Hudson
One Hanson Pl., at Ashland Pl., Ft. Greene; no phone
September 19, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Dozens of D.J.’s, record labels, and collectors line up to sell vinyl—from dollar-bin-dwellers to $100 rarities—in the vault of Brooklyn’s clock tower building.

Homemade: NYC
139 Norfolk St., at Rivington St.; 201-888-4653
September 24–26.
195 Morgan Ave., nr. Stagg St., Williamsburg
November 12–14.

Ten designers, including Georgia Varidakis and Brooklyn Rehab, transform the Grand Opening space on the Lower East Side into an indie bazaar. In November, the concept returns with dozens of furniture and home décor designers uniting in north Brooklyn.

Salon at Metropolitan Green
439 Metropolitan Ave., nr. Macy Ave., Williamsburg; 347-678-2030
October 1–8.

This museum-exhibit-style showcase of seven avant-garde jewelry designers features baubles made from zippers, plastic, and precious metals, starting at $200.

Decadestwo at Kiki de Montparnasse
79 Greene St., nr. Spring St.; 212-965-8070
October 13–17.

L.A. designer-consignment boutique Decadestwo carts in gowns, handbags, and shoes from the likes of Jason Wu, Marc Jacobs, and Balmain. Hold out until Sunday, when remaining footwear will be slashed to $150 or less.

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