TONY deals of the week (February 23--March 7 2012)

  • Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Selen Design pop-up
    Your commute through Grand Central just got more enjoyable, thanks to jewelry designer Selen Bayrak's temporary shop. The cozy kiosk is decked out with custom-made wood shelves and busts, displaying the hand-cast pewter statement pieces. Easy-to-wear bracelets such as thick, textured cuffs ($35--$70); linked-spiral styles ($40--$55); and chains of tribal-looking oval shapes ($45) will jazz up any ensemble, as will chunky necklaces composed of small, layered pieces of pewter ($95--$125). Our favorite items are eye-catching, intricate treelike rings ($30) and bold, complementary necklaces that rest on your collar like a wreath of branches ($125). If you're more of an earrings gal, nab rectangular, dangling pairs ($40) etched with whimsical designs. Mention TONY to receive $10 off your purchase of $50 or more through April 30. Grand Central Terminal, Graybar Passage, 42nd St at Lexington Ave (347-218-2868, selendesign.com). Mon--Fri 8am--8pm, Sat 10am--6pm. Through Apr 30.

  • Photograph: Brad Stanton

    Ouidad Salon Tame misbehaving curls for 25 percent less when you book both a salon service ($125--$250) and a deep-conditioning ($90) on a Tuesday. That means a haircut and treatment with a third-tier stylist will be $161 (instead of $215). If you mention TONY, you'll also nab a gratis take-home deep-treatment intensive-repair product (retail $25). 37 W 57th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves (212-888-3288, ouidad.com). Tue 28; Tue 6; Mar 13, 20, 27 9am--7pm.

  • Storage is a constant battle in small New York apartments, so we're smitten with any solution that is stylish but still functional. This lightweight, ultradurable luggage comes in five punchy colors and folds into a compact four-and-a-half-inch bag that easily slips under beds. Lipault Paris 22-inch two-wheeled foldable carry-on, $142 (normally $189), at lipault-us.com. Enter "TONY25" at checkout to receive this discount through Wednesday 7.

Photograph: Hannah Mattix

Selen Design pop-up
Your commute through Grand Central just got more enjoyable, thanks to jewelry designer Selen Bayrak's temporary shop. The cozy kiosk is decked out with custom-made wood shelves and busts, displaying the hand-cast pewter statement pieces. Easy-to-wear bracelets such as thick, textured cuffs ($35--$70); linked-spiral styles ($40--$55); and chains of tribal-looking oval shapes ($45) will jazz up any ensemble, as will chunky necklaces composed of small, layered pieces of pewter ($95--$125). Our favorite items are eye-catching, intricate treelike rings ($30) and bold, complementary necklaces that rest on your collar like a wreath of branches ($125). If you're more of an earrings gal, nab rectangular, dangling pairs ($40) etched with whimsical designs. Mention TONY to receive $10 off your purchase of $50 or more through April 30. Grand Central Terminal, Graybar Passage, 42nd St at Lexington Ave (347-218-2868, selendesign.com). Mon--Fri 8am--8pm, Sat 10am--6pm. Through Apr 30.