Apr 2, 2015

*SAMPLE SALE* Upcoming April Sales

March was a busy month for sample sales, so let's see what April has in store for us, shall we? To give you a small sampling of what's to come, here are 5 upcoming sales you should make note of.

Asics
Save 50~80% off retail prices on men's and women's apparel, footwear, and accessories.
Where: 260 Fifth Ave. (bet. 28th & 29th St.)
When: Tuesday, April 14th, 9am~8pm
Wednesday, April 15th, 10am~8pm
Thursday, April 16th, 10am~8pm
Friday, April 17th, 10am~7pm
Saturday, April 18th, 10am~7pm
Sunday, April 19th, 10am~4pm

Bulgari
A large selection of ladies' and men's fragrances plus a limited selection of jewelry, watches, and handbags will be available. Read the full Mizhattan report from last year's sale.
Where: 317 W. 33rd St. (near 8th Ave.) 
When: Tuesday, April 7th, 9am~6:30pm
Wednesday, April 8th, 9am~6:30pm
Thursday, April 9th, 9am~6:30pm
Friday, April 10th, 9am~5pm
UPDATE: Photos & info from this sale

CoSTUME NATIONAL
Expect to find deep discounts on women's & men's.
Where: 151 Wooster St. (bet. Houston & Prince St.)
When: Tuesday, April 14th through Thursday, April 16th. 11am~7pm

D.L. & Co
Save up to 90% off on candles, diffusers, and accessories.
Where: 231 W. 39th St. (bet. 7th & 8th Ave.), Suite 605
When: Monday, April 27th through Friday, May 8th. 10am~6pm

Furla
Save up to 80% off on the brand's handbags, shoes, and accessories. Read the full Mizhattan report from last year's sale.
Where: 432 Park Ave. South (bet. 29th & 30th St.), 14th Floor
When: Thursday, April 23rd, 12pm~7pm
Friday, April 24th, 9am~7pm

Jill Stuart
Save up to 80% off on womenswear. Inventory will consist mostly of sample size dresses.
Where: 550 Seventh Ave. (bet. 39th & 40th St.), 24th Floor.
When: Wednesday, April 15th through Friday, April 17th. 10am~4pm
UPDATE: Photos & info from this sale

Kleinfeld Bridal
Gowns start at $799. To get VIP access (one-on-one shopping appointment and early entrance), you can purchase a special ticket. For more info, click here.
Where: 110 W. 20th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Ave.)
When: Tuesday, April 28th, 4pm~7pm

Lauren Merkin
Save up to 70% off on handbags, clutches, and accessories.
Where: 231 W. 29th St. (bet. 7th & 8th Ave.), Suite 201
When: Tuesday, April 14th through Thursday, April 16th. 11am~7pm

Loro Piana
Women's & men's cashmere, outerwear, accessories, and clothing will be available.
Where: 317 W. 33rd St. (near 8th Ave.)
When: Sunday, April 19th, 9am~6:30pm
Monday, April 20th, 9am~6:30pm
Tuesday, April 21st, 9am~6:30pm
Wednesday, April 22nd, 9am~6:30pm
Thursday, April 23rd, 9am~5pm

Maje
Women's RTW and accessories will be available.
Where: 260 Fifth Ave. (bet. 28th & 29th St.)
When: Tuesday, April 28th, 9am~8pm
Wednesday, April 29th, 10am~8pm
Thursday, April 30th, 10am~8pm
Friday, May 1st, 10am~7pm
Saturday, May 2nd, 10am~7pm
Sunday, May 3rd, 10am~4pm
UPDATE: Photos & info from this sale

MCM
Save up to 70% off on handbags, footwear, and accessories.
Where: 125 W. 18th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Ave.), 5th Floor
When: Friday, April 24th, 1pm~6pm
Saturday, April 25th, 9am~6pm
Sunday, April 26th, 9am~6pm
Monday, April 27th, 9am~1pm

Rebecca Minkoff
Save up to 70% off on RTW, handbags, shoes, and accessories. Read the full Mizhattan report from last year's sale.
Where: 260 Fifth Ave. (bet. 28th & 29th St.)
When: Monday, April 20th, 11am~9pm
Tuesday, April 21st, 10am~8pm
Wednesday, April 22nd, 10am~8pm
Thursday, April 23rd, 10am~8pm
Friday, April 24th, 10am~8pm
Saturday, April 25th, 10am~5pm

The Kooples
The French fashion label's edgy and chic designs will be available at deep discounts.
Where: 151 Wooster St. (bet. Houston & Prince St.)
When: Tuesday, April 7th, 9am~8pm
Wednesday, April 8th, 10am~8pm
Thursday, April 9th, 10am~8pm
Friday, April 10th, 10am~7pm
Saturday, April 11th, 10am~7pm
Sunday, April 12th, 10am~4pm
UPDATE: Photos & info from this sale

Under Armour
Expect deep discounts on activewear, athletic shoes, and accessories. Credit cards only.
Where: 601 W. 26th St. (bet. 11th & 12th Ave.), Floor 2M
When: Tuesday, April 21st, 11am~7pm
Wednesday, April 22nd, 11am~7pm
Thursday, April 23rd, 11am~7pm
Friday, April 24th, 11am~5pm
UPDATE: The sale is only for people who work inside the building. However, you can still get in if you tell security you are attending a different sale in the building.

Yigal Azrouƫl
Save up to 75% off on womenswear & archive samples.
Where: 225 W. 39th St. (bet. 7th & 8th Ave.), 7th Floor
When: Monday, April 27th, 1pm~7pm
Tuesday, April 28th, 9am~7pm
Wednesday, April 29th 9am~7pm
Thursday, April 30th, 9am~7pm
Friday, May 1st, 9am~7pm

{Image credit: The Kooples}

59 comments:

  1. Not in NYC? Now you can be part of all samples sales. I shop and ship all sample sales to you. Email sheshopssheships@gmail.com before the sales start and I will personally shop the sales for you.

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  2. What time is the Furla sale?

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  3. can anyone tell me about the line for the Bvlgari sale? thanks!

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  4. Miz twitted that 40 were inside and 30 were outside about 40 minutes ago. Interested to know how the selection and pricing looks.

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  5. Bulgari sale is mostly what's left from previous sample sales. Perfumes/colognes are way more expensive than previous sales ($40 for a single big bottle). Not worth if you have to wait in line. I would skip.

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  6. Did anyone go the the Costume National sale? What are the discounts? Thanks!!

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  7. Has anyone been to the Asics sale? How are the deals/inventory?

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  8. I went to the Asics sale during lunch today. Ample crowds of both men and women, but managable and the line was only 5 or so people long outside. There was a ton of merchandise, but prices were so-so in my opinion. 2 long rows of men's clothing - I saw tanks, tees, long sleeve shirts, shorts, running tights, and some shoes. Way more women's merchandise - tanks were $14,99, sports bras were $24.99, tees were $19.99, shorts were closer to $39.99, jackets were $49.99+. There were a lot of options and it was well organized, but smaller sizes were going quickly (only 3-4 small/medium sports bras, out of sml/medium capris, etc). Decent amount of women's shoes, but only a handful of styles (great if you know what you like already). String bags were $9.99, pack of socks were $5, and there were tons of more expensive duffle bags too. Lots of merchandise branded from outdated races (old NY marathons etc). I was disappointed that some of the shirts I wanted were priced with no discount ($29.99 for a long sleeve running shirt with a $30 retail tag on it). Worth checking out if you're an Asics fan, but I wasn't blown away. Happy shopping! - Kathleen

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    1. Hi Kathleen,

      Thank you so much for such an in-depth review. Really appreciate it!

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  9. Is Jill Stuart her main line or the Jill Jill Stuart? Racked seems to think it's the latter...

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    1. I'll be checking out the sale tomorrow. Will let you know.

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    2. They have both lines at the sale.

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  10. Any word on Manolo sale this month? Thank you!

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    1. Not as of yet but I'll keep you updated!

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  11. Has anybody gone to Under Armour? I was thinking of going on Thursday for jackets but it is a little out of the road and wanted to know if it is worth it.

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    1. I went yesterday and was told by building management that it was a private sale for employees of the building only... major waste of time and a long walk into the middle of nowhere

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    2. Thanks for the response. Yes, Far West Chelsea is difficult to get to so I will avoid unless somebody informs different.

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    3. The Under Armour sample sale is not an employee sale. It is open to the public. However, I heard from readers that the sale isn't as good as the ones held at 260.

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    4. The UA sample sale only opens to those who work in the building and you need to swipe into the building, so I don't think you will be able to sneak in.

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    5. Just like any sample sale at the Starrlett Lehigh building, you just mention to security that you're there for a sale and they will swipe you in.

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  12. There is a private Sergio Rossi sample sale happening now. Read my review here http://samplesally.com/footwear/sergio-rossi-private-sample-sale/

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    1. Hi Mushkie,

      Congrats on the scoop and review!

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  13. Thanks! It is now open to the public and will be extended through Friday!

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  14. And Mizz, I want to thank you for all you do. Ignore the rude haters who hide behind their anonymous comments. I enjoy reading your articles be it a private sale, a known bi-annual sale, (or my favorites) Monthly Moodboards, or the stylish Look Book. Good luck in all your future endeavors. Xoxo

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    1. Hi Mushkie,

      That's so sweet of you. Thank you so much! It means a lot that you like my other articles that don't pertain to sales.

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  15. Hi any info on the MCM sample sale will be appreciated. Price list or photos thank you.

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    1. The MCM sample sale hasn't started yet so there are no photos or info on pricing. It begins this Friday.

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  16. Under Armour is not allowing the public to enter the Sale. At the door they inform you it is only for employees!!!!!

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    1. Are you saying the building's security is turning you away when you mention you're there for the sample sale?

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    2. I went today as well to Under Armour. It's only for employees of building. However, you can go to Aubrey Sale on the third floor and walk down. However, Under Armour is not worth going to. It's 50% off MSRP and the selection is minimal and not high quality. You have better selection and prices at outlet centers.

      The Aubrey sale has cute items though. My coworker bought a gorgeous wool scarf for $100.

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    3. I also meant to say that Under Armour is not much of a sale as I think it was a thing to get people of the building to join their gym. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME. Mizhattan - I recommend you take the Under Armour Sale off your site as it's really not a sale but a sales pitch for the building's gym. Thanks so much for your input as always.

      -Christopher

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    4. Hi Christopher,

      Thank you so much for taking the time to leave such a detailed comment! I appreciate it very much!

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  17. Has anyone stopped by Furla? any details? thanks.

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  18. The current wait to get into the Furla sample sale is more than 45 minutes. Here is a photo of the line from earlier today: CLICK HERE.

    There will not be a Mizhattan report for this sale. If anyone attended, please chime in and share the deets with your fellow Mizhattanites. Thank you!

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    1. I headed over to the Furla sale once I was done with Vivienne Westwood. Got there about half an hour before it started, so total wait time was about an hour. It was badly organized. Only one of the elevators was working, and they were letting 10 people in at a time, which made the line upstairs extra long too (but I think they were letting more people in around 1pm, once they figured out how many people were waiting downstairs too). Most of the people that got in the sale first were people that worked in that building. They skipped the queue downstairs, which I felt was really unfair. And they were buying up 10-20 bags at a time.

      Having said that, the selection was still pretty good by the time I got in. I got a candy bag that's on sale at the store for $178 for just $50, and two more wallets, one at $35 and one at $60 (not all the wallets are made in Italy, so you may want to double check). Overall, it was a good sale for me, but I probably lucked out because I got there early and didn't have to queue up for long.

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    2. Thank you for the update! Nice score on the bag and wallets. Hope you enjoy them!

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  19. I wasted a lot of time in the Furla line but didn't go into the sale. I got there around 1:20pm, waited about an hour in line. I was finally let into the elevators to go upstairs. Once upstairs, I see another line that I was told would be about 45 minutes? I ended up leaving at that point. The few people I saw leaving had large shopping bags filled with purses. So I thought the selection once I did get into the sale wouldn't be great anyway. And since I only saw a few people walking out during my hour-long wait in line, I think the line to check out was horrendous. If you go now, it might not be a bad wait, since there weren't too many people waiting behind me. But I'm not sure the selection would be worth it. I was told there is no restocking.

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    1. I'm sorry to hear you spent so much time in line and didn't come away with any goodies. Thank you for the update!

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    2. Oh you should have waited. Who told you that it'll be an additional 45 minutes once upstairs? That person is so wrong! Yes, there is still a line, but I only had to wait about 20 minutes or so. They were letting people in 10 at a time, and I believe there's less than 30 people upstairs. Sorry to hear about your experience.

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    3. I didn't mind too much that I didn't stick it out and wait to get inside the sale. A person leaving the sale while I was in line said she thinks she got the last soft leather bag, and that's the kind of bag I was looking for. I didn't want to wait much longer on the off-chance that there were some left in the sale. When I got upstairs, the people who had gone upstairs 10-15 minutes before me were still in line, with around 10 people in front of them.

      What was frustrating was that the line downstairs and the line upstairs weren't very long. It just moved at an incredibly slow pace. From seeing another shopper's comments here, I'm wondering if this was because employees in the building were going upstairs and getting in line without waiting downstairs with the rest of the shoppers. The time when I was in line was lunchtime, and the employees in the building could have used their lunch hour to shop the sale. This would also explain why those of us in line downstairs saw only 1 or 2 people leaving the building after exiting the sale. This seems incredibly unfair and a waste of time for those of us who had to wait an extra hour or so downstairs while the employees in the building got the best pick of the sale's selection. I can't imagine I'd go back to another one of Furla's sales as long as they hold it in their offices in this manner.

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  20. i stopped by around 6pm and there were still some goodies left.

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  21. is the Furla Sale still going on today?

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  22. Any info on the MCM sale will be appreciated. I'm going tomorrow morning :)

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    1. details here: http://ny.racked.com/2015/4/24/8490653/racked-mcm-samle-sale-april-2015#4727130

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  23. I just came from the MCM sample sale. Yes there were people hoarding the merchandise. Backpacks were 30%off sneakers men and women 50% off retail. I purchased 2 messenger bags at 50% off in the tan color, a round mini canteen bag 50% off retail. There were jackets, vests dresses didn't check prices. No wallets, backpack keychains gone, credit card cases gone. overnight or weekeneder bags are available. Belts available. They will be restocking but for same merchandise but I do not believe not much for handbags. Plenty of totes 30% off. I waited an hour to get in you must check handbags and coats. 15 people in at a time.

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  24. I went Sunday and have to say it was not as bad as I thought. I read the Racked review from Friday and was very disappointed. I was looking for a wallet to match a backpack I bought at the Soho store fro $750 plus taxes but this time wanted to spend less obviously. I got to the sale at 9:00am (2nd on line) and I got a wallet for $25. A phone case for $10 and the matching sneakers for my backpack for $120. I read in the review from Racked that sneakers were 30% on Friday making them around $350. I did find good items. I also found the reversible tote that Bloomingdale has for $715 now for $350. I'm sure Monday they dropped the prices a lot more. I was there for about an hour and they brought down the price of two bags during that time. To each its own i guess...I like MCM and will def go to another sale. Which I think is October.

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  25. I think Im gonna stop going to the 360 sales. Maje sale today was so badly priced , could probably get a better deal at any discount designer store any day:(

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  26. There is a F&F Jimmy Choo sample sale at Met Pavilion next Tue-Wed. The invite says you must register but if it's anything like last few years second day should be open to the public (fingers crossed).

    Also the Nicolas Kirkwood sample sale is taking place through Friday at C21 Edition. Discounts are only 70% off but like Sergio Rossi last week you should see steeper discounts very soon.

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    1. I checked out Nicholas Kirkwood yesterday and it's now 80% off. Read my review here http://samplesally.com/footwear/nicholas-kirkwood-sample-sale-is-now-at-80-off/

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  27. Did anybody go to D.L. for candles, etc.? I noticed they had a sample sale during December so wonder if it is anything that special?

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    1. I went during toward the last days in December without knowing anything about the brand. The selection was not vast, some merchandise are slightly dirty and their boxes not in great shape. The pour of the wax in the candles are not always level or smooth. There are LOTS of skull motif candles. There were sets as well as individual candles. There are apple and pear shaped candles (see their website). These may be the best burning and smelling candles, but it didn't look anything high end to me. I'm surprised this brand is even sold at Barneys. Most of the stuff are 50% off with some seasonal sets at 70% if I remember correctly. I say skip the sale unless you are a big fan. Not impressed. Hope that helps. Good luck.

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    2. Sarah - thank you for the in depth feedback. I wasn't that impressed by the website (however, a few candles looked interesting) but the prices even at 50% off are not that great unless the candles really look high end.

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    3. The discount was closer to 70% when i went last week. The apples and pears that are retail for $90 are $25 at the sale. Personally I think those are the only ones worth getting. There are also $15 candles and $20 sets.

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  28. SALE UPDATE (5/1): Take an additional 35~50% off at the Maje sample sale starting today. Photo of updated price list: CLICK HERE

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  29. apparently the yigal azrouel sale had markdowns - anyone knows the details and how the stock is? thanks!

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