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1. Warm Husband and wife Rob Magnotta and Winnie Beattie have opened their first boutique, filled with eclectic women’s threads ($97–$2,000), accessories ($41–$2,500) and vintage books ($13–$80) meant to evoke a cozy feeling. The space retains the original hardwood floors from its past life as an olive-oil factory and uses an antique post-office mail sorter for merchandise. Zebra-print rugs and tropical plants give it a nature-inspired feel. Shoppers can also nab home goods such as Auntie Oti towels ($41) hand-woven in India and beach-scented Apothia candles ($55). Embrace your inner romantic with Roseanna lace tops ($212) and Vanessa Bruno Athé chambray dresses ($306). Extra trimmings include Locals flip-flops ($18), which are native to Hawaiian drugstores; Jerome Dreyfuss linen-and-leather handbags ($288); and VK Lillie necklaces ($667) filled with healing crystals. Mention TONY to receive 10 percent off all purchases through April 25. 181 Mott St between Broome and Kenmare Sts (212-925-1200, warmny.com). Mon–Sat noon–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.
2. Collette Ishiyama Chrysler Tower earrings, $116 (normally $145), at Love, Adorned, 269 Elizabeth St between E Houston and Prince Sts (212-431-5683, loveadorned.com). Mention TONY in-store (or enter code “DECOTONY” online) to receive 20 percent off any Art Deco piece through Wed 25.
3. Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show Find 90 top vintage vendors from all over the country such as Right to the Moon Alice, L.A. Rose and 1 of a Find Vintage hawking designer threads for less. The theme for this event is the ’60s and ’70s, and you’ll find pieces from both decades, including a ’70s Bill Blass silk plaid frock for $275 (usually $350). Look for accessories such as Jacques Levine striped canvas shoes, lowered from $35 to $25; Stuart Weitzman neon pumps, pared from $90 to $70; and Daybreak Vintage metal bracelets for $45 (were $75). There’s a $20 entrance fee, but drop our name to get in for $15. 125 W 18th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves (212-463-0071, manhattanvintage.com). Fri 20 1–8pm, Sat 21 11am–6pm.