Bloggers, charity, and (OMG) shoes — sounds like the makings of the best night ever, no? Schutz Shoes, a favorite of celeb bloggers Jane Aldridge and Aimee Song, is hosting a hybrid fundraiser-slash-shopping event this Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. with 10% of profits going to a variety of oh-so-worthy causes. See you by the DJ booth? (Schutz)
We're all about chic maternity wear at R29, and Mama NYC has long been a favorite. Luckily for women outside the five boroughs, Mama NYC is launching their e-commerce site — and offering a 15% celebratory discount. Use code MAMALAUNCH through November 24 and get to shopping, hot mama! (Mama NYC)
Mustached bros unite! Throughout November, The Art of Shaving will team up with men's health charity Movember in the fight against prostate cancer. Register for today's fundraising event and receive a complimentary hot towel shave and donate to a great cause. (Movember)
Whether you spend hours at the perfume counter or buy the same scent in bulk, this exhibition is not to be missed. Beginning November 13 at the Museum of Arts and Design, "The Art of Scent" will showcase the work of 12 perfumers and their olfactory work — how cool is that? Smell you later, Prada exhibit. (FT.com)
In case you missed it: Enjoy a brief laugh in the face of Sandy with SNL's side-splitting portrayal of Mayor Bloomberg's ASL interpreter Lydia Callis and her fictional New Jersey counterpart. Let the laughs begin. (Gothamist)
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