Didn’t manage to score tickets to Yeezy Season 3? Cheer up: There are many more ways to take part in the fashion week festivities. On Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the e-commerce aggregator Lyst will team up with Uber on a giveaway celebrating the diversity of New York style. Enter the code FINDNYFW in the app for the chance to request a goody bag filled with items shoppable on Lyst (like, say, an oh-so-downtown Maiyet geometric block scarf) tailored to the neighborhood you’re in.
Later in the day, enjoy free eye-mask applications and try a new lifting eye serum ($240 for half an ounce) at the new La Mer boutique at Bergdorf Goodman.
Diesel will unveil Nicola Formichetti’s new retail concept at a 2,800-square-foot Madison Avenue store that is meant to be reminiscent of the foyer, living room and wine cellar of a (rather large) New York apartment. It will carry a store-exclusive metallic leather cross-body bag ($450) and zip-around sneakers ($450). At 625 Madison Avenue.
And the buzzy Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster will open its first United States store, designed by Rafael de Cárdenas of Architecture at Large. You’ll find oversize sunglasses created for Opening Ceremony’s spring show ($450). At 79 Grand Street.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Standard presents Lovers Rock, the confectioner Sweet Saba’s pop-up where you can buy customizable mix tapes filled with rock candy ($40). At the Standard Shop at the Standard, High Line, 444 West 13th Street.
Jennifer Meyer has collaborated with Superga on sneakers with sweet embroidered prints inspired by her “shot through the heart” jewelry designs, in women’s ($149) and children’s ($99) sizes. At Superga, 78 Crosby Street.
Fivestory is selling sleeping masks ($98) and other lacy bits from Morgan Lane. At 18 East 69th Street. … And for those who really want to splash out, the Mark hotel and Agent Provocateur have planned a Love to Indulge package that includes dinner for two at the Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges, an Agent Provocateur thong packaged in a cigarette box, a Champagne and caviar breakfast in bed and an optional late checkout ($1,200). At 25 East 77th Street.
The IF SoHo basement sale promises discounts up to 85 percent on avant-garde pieces like a Yohji Yamamoto deconstructed blazer ($669, originally $2,230) through Sunday. At 94 Grand Street.
And find discounts up to 70 percent on men’s dress shirts ($64.50, originally $215) at the final sale at the Façonnable Rockefeller Center store, which is closing Sunday.