Friday, October 2, 2009

GlitterBuzzStyle Daily Lunch Break

It's the Weekend, so what are you doing?

Celebrate the launch of Josie Maran's new Argan Moisturizing Stick at Sephora. Josie will share the story of her products and will be giving "chicological" makeovers. Sephora, 5 Times Sq., nr. 43rd St. (212-944-6789); noon–6.

10/3 Walk it Out, Ladies! Victoria's Secret's open casting for models for their December fashion show. Applicants must be 5'8" or taller, come with two forms of identification, a bathing suit, and heels. The registration form, which must be filled out in advance, can be found at Yankee Stadium, 1 E. 161st St., at Jerome Ave., Bronx. Arrive between 8–10 a.m.

10/4 Take a Pilates for Pink class in Union Square Park and help in the fight to find a cure for breast cancer. Make a $25 donation to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation and receive a Shape magazine Pilates mat, your choice of a Pilates class in the park, and a bag full of gifts from the event's sponsors. A list of classes and tickets are available at Union Square Park, at 14th St.; 9–5.

ONGOING Stop by the Bond No. 9 counter at Saks to check out their latest art-inspired scent, Andy Warhol Success Is a Job in New York. The spicy citrus scent comes in a bottle adorned with an image from Warhol's 1981 Dollar Sign series. Bring an empty perfume bottle and Bond No. 9 will recycle it and thank you with a free refillable pocket spray. Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., at 50th St. (212-753-4000).

Through 10/26 Visit Sam Haskins's new photography exhibit "Fashion Etcetera" at Milk Gallery. The exhibition also includes the premiere of the Sam Haskins for Tommy Hilfiger capsule collection, featuring a T-shirt, tote, and scarf printed with an image from Haskins's book Five Girls, as well as a preview of the new book Fashion Etcetera by Sam Haskins: Tommy Hilfiger Special Edition. Milk Gallery, 450 W. 15th St., nr. Tenth Ave. (212-645-2797); M–S (10–6).

Through 11/25 Take a look at the new Kai D. pop-up shop on the Lower East Side. In addition to the brand's fall/winter and holiday collections, which were inspired by hunting gear, workwear, and vintage military uniforms, the shop will also house Build the Future, a limited-edition collection for charity. Twenty percent of the proceeds from the special collection will go to New York Cares and Give Something Back International. Kai D. Pop Up Shop, 75 Orchard St., nr. Broome St.; M–S (11–7).

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