5 Things To Do This Week In NYC

While the Dior Homme flagship is closed for renovations, feel free to enjoy the Soho pop up that will not just fulfill your need for Kris Van Assche designs. Indeed, the Greene Street temporary store will also house work from post-situationist artist Robert Montgomery. (Dior)
Lead singer and native Australian Elizabeth Morris named her band, Allo Darlin', as a tribute to the familiar greeting from her home country in the charming accent in which it's delivered. With their sweet, head-bopping sounds, we think that this group has potential to be the ones to watch in the coming year. Get on the Allo Darlin' bandwagon this Tuesday at Mercury Lounge, where they're kicking off their U.S. tour. (The Bowery Presents)
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Before you shop the Dolce Vita store on Elizabeth Street, be sure to see what steals you can scoop up at their Ludlow Street location. Even if you're sad to watch the LES store close, a discount of 30-70% off (and a few cute summer sandals) can surely ease the pain. (Racked)
In his second solo show, artist Sahy Kun gives viewers stunningly vibrant visuals and the sound titular advice, "Be First, Be Smarter, Or Cheat." With 11 new paintings, we're sure this gallery opening will challenge readers' perceptions of both internet and glossy mag imagery (both of which Kun includes in innovative ways). (Benrimon Contemporary)
It's a rare and amazing opportunity to have Decades owner Cameron Silver curate a collection of dresses for you to wear. This Friday and Saturday he will present his selections for Rent The Runway that you can view at their Mulberry Street pop-up shop and reserve for future events. Plus, before you wait on line at the MET this spring, preview the amazing Prada and Schiaparelli picks that will be on hand. (RTR)
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Photo: Courtesy of Benrimon Contemporary
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