Openings and Events
Canal Street Market, a new food hall and multivendor retail space, opens on Nov. 3. It will include Yori Nori, a new restaurant concept from the owners of the Korean taco truck Korilla and the Chelsea Market ramen shop Mokbar; more than 27 artist and brand booths, including Fox Fodder Farm Flowers; and a newsstand curated by Office Magazine. At 265 Canal Street.
The Proenza Schouler designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez will be at Bergdorf Goodman on Thursday at 4 p.m. to help shoppers customize the woven Hava chain shoulder bag ($1,850) and cross-body ($1,690) with leather straps that have contrasting edge paint.
That evening, hit up three store parties in SoHo. Cuyana, a San Francisco-based label offering “fewer, better” things, will host a fall happy hour from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at its recently opened pop-up. There will be fall hero pieces: a soft wool-cashmere coat ($495) and an Italian leather work satchel ($395). At 266 Elizabeth Street.
Nau, a line of performance clothing made from sustainable materials, like a down jacket with 650-fill recycled down insulation ($485), will host an opening for its holiday pop-up from 6 to 9 p.m. At 262 Mott Street.
And from 7 to 10 p.m., the footwear label Isa Tapia will host an opening for its holiday pop-up with festive pieces like leopard suede lace-up ankle boots ($395), beats by Harley Viera Newton, and live illustrations by the artist Anouk Colantoni. At 219 Mulberry Street.
On Friday, Outdoor Voices will open a New York store around the corner from its successful pop-up. You’ll find smart active-wear pieces like two-tone warm-up leggings ($85) and a host of urban adventures, including OV Joggers Club runs, dog walks and yoga classes. At 251 Centre Street.
On Monday, the Off-White designer Virgil Abloh will be at the Bergdorf Goodman men’s store from 6 to 8 p.m. to celebrate the debut of his collection at the retailer and will be signing an exclusive Off White x Goodman’s T-shirt ($250).
Hitting the Racks
The stylist Leith Clark has teamed up with Warby Parker on a second season of their popular collaboration. It includes vintage-inspired styles like cat-eye frames that feature the company’s first use of floral filigree ($145). At 121 Greene Street.
Nasiba Adilova and Miroslava Duma have teamed with Mary Katrantzou on a very chic diaper bag for Ms. Adilova and Ms. Duma’s new online parenting platform The Tot. The super-functional calf leather tote, which has an extra-wide zipper, multiple compartments and a changing pad affixed to the side, is available in two prints from Ms. Katrantzou’s archives ($1,700).
An earlier version of this article misstated the day when Virgil Abloh will be at the Bergdorf Goodman men’s store. He will be there Monday, not Tuesday.