5 Things To Know This AM

Cartier's newest collection, Paris Nouvelle Vague, is inspired by the beautiful women and scenery of, you guessed it, Paree. To celebrate, NYC's finest – including Kelly Framel, Stella Bugbee, The Coveteur, and many more – came together to enjoy a first look at the jewels. Ooh la la! (Cartier)
To support stoked.org, an nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering underserved youth through action sports, W Hotels of New York present "W Room and Boards". The NYC-inspired charity project features bespoke packages for guests – free skateboard rental, anyone? – and purchasable boards with art designs by David LaChapelle, Cara Delevigne, Cope2, Amar'e Stoudemire, and Zana Bayne. (W Hotels)
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Just in time for wedding season, Lover.ly and BaubleBar are teaming up to bring brides, grooms, and guests the ultimate inspiration destination. Visit the Lover.ly Bridal Bazaar between Thursday and Saturday for expert styling tips, prizes, and more. (Lover.ly)
Looking for a new cocktail to call your own? Lucky for you, Midtown's Hakkasan is launching a brand new drink menu including the Hak 'Ti Punch with jasmine tea, Nashi Star with Hennessy VSOP cognac, Apricot Bellinis, and more. (Hakkasan)
Stock up on colorfully printed dressed, swimwear, and more at the Shoshanna sample sale running tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 231 West 39th Street (between 7th and 8th avenues), 4th Floor; 212-719-3601. (Shoshanna)
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