Socialite Closet Sale at POP 242: Marc Jacobs, DKNY, Catherine Malandrino and more!

Design Events Exploits Fashion Nightlife Shopping & Acquisitions Street Style

On a quest for all things beautiful? Then Pop 242’s Socialite Closet Sale is the place to be on Wednesday, August 29!
The sale will feature top notch brands like Catherine Malandrino, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Vivienne Tam, DKNY, Walter and Susanna Monaco. There are also outstanding deals on other great brands featured in the shop such as: Perry GarganoSpencer DevineSan & SoniPima Doll, Ken & Dale and Rae.
When: Wed. August 29th from 6-9pm
Where: Pop 242 Grand, 242 Grand Street in Williamsburg, between Driggs and Roebling – close to the Bedford L and the J,M, Z and G trains
Why: Be a part of a special evening and enjoy Pop 242’s signature cocktails, great company and amazing deals!
(Also, remember Spencer Devine Handbags and Travel is launching on August 8th at Pop 242!)

Marc by Marc Jacobs

Cindy Lee


Catherine Malandrino Top and DKNY Skirt

Elizabeth and James & Vivienne Tam
Also at POP 242:

Designer, tastemaker and human rights activist Kristine Gottilla has been creating stylish and inventive handbags for almost 10 years. What began as a hobby, has progressed into a popular brand sold in New York, LA and boutiques around the country and her new endeavors increasingly support women in low income countries where there are lacking opportunities. Her handbag and travel line Spencer Devine is being debuted to Women’s Mafia members, stylists, press and bloggers on Wednesday August 8th at POP 242 Grand in Williamsburg with a big party featuring a flash sale, prizes and gifts for the press.

Enjoy a new Q&A with Kristine about Spencer Devine and her unique business model and design aesthetic here.

Pop 242’s Outstanding Labels Include:

Perry Gargano Jewelry

Spencer Devine Handbags and Travel


A Peace Treaty

San and Soni

Pima Doll

Marcy Clark   President,  Yellow Sky Agency PR   212.729.9619
Founder, Women’s Mafia
Founder, POP 242 Grand and

Buy Your Way Into Fashion Week: And Raise Funds for Haiti!

Altruism Events Exploits Fashion Fashion Week
Our dear friend Daniel Saynt, the editor of FashionIndie and the founder of ENVY, had the brilliant and self-less idea to donate his Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Tickets to UNICEF and The American Red Cross efforts in Haiti.
They are for sale now on, and you definitely want to get in on the action! Please see a letter from Daniel below.

Dear Friends,

Last week I decided to donate my fashion week seats to to raise funds for UNICEF and The American Red Cross efforts in Haiti. On short notice, designers like Donna Karen and Marc Jacobs stepped up and allowed me to offer up highly covetable seats to their amazing shows.

The auction is now live and bidding has already begun on seats to these shows. Next season, I plan to make this initiative a much larger event, but this season I’m happy to announce that my seats have already raised $1,000 for Haitian Relief.

I can’t thank the designers involved enough for allowing me to make this happen. It’s a small amount compared to the efforts of others, but I’m sure with your bids or editorial support we can raise even more.

Here are the links to the auction items, please let others know about this effort to help increase the bidding on these seats.

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Thank you so much to all the publicists and designers who made this happen. Next year, I promise we’ll do it bigger and better than this year.

Hugs & Disses,

Daniel Saynt

The Fashionably Independent