In New York, there is always something going on. If you’re like me, and like to plan things out in advance to avoid your schedule getting crazy, it’s good to have fair warning of what is happening when. I’ve rounded up some of the best April events, gathered from all around the web. More will be added, as they materialize.
Henry Horenstein’s “Show” opened this week at Clic Gallery
Cynthia Steffe’s sample sale is April 15th:
The new Chelsea Market Anthropologie location opens April 16th!
Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent for Target Africa inspired shoe collection launches April 18th!
Rodarte Sample sale: I’m skipping this, since the last sale was a bit disappointing. Only a handful of items were available, with most still priced over $900. But it may be worth checking out, just in case.
Don’t forget to RSVP to receive an appointment time!
Barney’s CO-OP Trunk-a-Palooza is April 21st:
From 2pm-8pm. “Enjoy exclusive products from CO-OP designers like Helmut Lang, Rag+Bone, Richard Chai, ALC, Vena Cava, Alexander Wang and more.. Meet the designers and shop their Fall 2010 lines!”
via the Barney’s NY Facebook Fan page.
Also starting April 21st: The Tribeca Film Festival!
Tickets go on sale to the public April 19th.
Brooklyn craft fair Handmade Cavalcade is Saturday, April 24th in Williamsburg:
Candace Bushnell reads from her new book “The Carrie Diaries” at Barnes and Noble Union Square. 7pm, Tuesday April 27th.
More info here.