Openings and Events
On Thursday at 7 p.m., stop by the Collective, the trend-merchandized shopping experience on the newly renovated fifth floor of Saks Fifth Avenue’s New York flagship. You can pick up a Public School long lace dress ($895) or a Tanya Taylor embroidered military jacket ($695) and meet the designers. Ten percent of proceeds from sales through Saturday will be donated to the NewYork-Presbyterian Phyllis and David Komansky Center for Children’s Health.
The jewelry designer Jovana Djuric will have a trunk show on Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. at Sucre NYC. You’ll find her signature stacking Horus slice rings ($125 to $275). At 9 Christopher Street.
Also on Friday, Tom Dixon and Dezeen are hosting a block party to celebrate NYCxDESIGN with a number of local businesses on Howard, Crosby and Mercer Streets. At 6 p.m. at 19 Howard Street, Mr. Dixon will reveal his new collection just shown at the Milan furniture fair, which includes a bloblike Melt Surface wall sconce ($800). From 6 to 7 p.m., there will be a wine hour (choose from free red, white or bubbles) at the Library at 11 Howard. And Canal Street Market will have a kite-painting workshop with the Haptic Lab design studio. At 265 Canal Street.
Hitting the Racks
Here comes the sun — Sunrise, that is. The Kooples Sunrise summer capsule collection includes festival-ready his and hers bits like a palm print shirt ($195) and a floral dress ($325). At 115 Mercer Street.
Givenchy has a women’s tuxedo capsule collection for prefall that includes a snazzy red velvet style ($3,340). At Barneys New York.
Away and Madewell have teamed up on a smart two-toned white and cream carry-on ($225), finished with a red bandanna on the handle. At 39½ Crosby Street.
Warby Parker and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation have collaborated on a cool capsule collection to commemorate the Museum of Modern Art exhibition “Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends,” opening Sunday. It features round crystal sunglasses in four brightly colored combinations emulating the artist’s expressive palette ($95). At MoMA Design Store, 44 West 53rd Street.
Fifteen percent of proceeds from the Khirma Eliazov gray satin pouch hand-beaded with Swarovski crystals and pearls ($1,295) will benefit YoungArts, a nonprofit that provides enrichment opportunities to high-school-age artists. At 102 Charles Street.
An earlier version of this article misstated information about a welcoming event for the Collective at Saks Fifth Avenue. The Saks Social party is not open to the public.
An earlier version of this article misstated the price of Away and Madewell’s carry-on. It is $225, not $345.