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The dead of winter is typically the off-season for sample sale, but this week is showing some exciting signs of life for scavenging shoppers out there.

First off, DKNY is kicking off its sale at a new venue, Clothingline in the Garment District, today. Through Friday, the Fall and Resort 2015 collections for women will be discounted up to 75% Off. This includes the last seasons of the brand before the guys from Public School took over creative direction for the label, so it;s the last chance for fans of the label's recent past who should be flocking there to stock up.

Also today, the burgeoning men's brand BONOBOS will be offering up to 70% off sportswear, accessories and its famously well tailored men's trousers at 260 Fifth Avenue through the weekend.

Fans of more adventurous ready to wear will have marked their calendars for Wednesday when RODARTE holds one of its rare sample sales for one day only. Pricing can vary wildly at these events, and no details have been publicly released, so prospective shoppers have been urged to email the company at info@rodarte.net for times and location and the opportunity to get on the admission list.

Another up-and-coming men's label BESPOKEN will also be holding its seasonal sample sale starting on Wednesday for three days in its well appointed showroom atop the Turnbull & Asser townhouse on East 57th Street. Look for up to 80% Off classic-based menswear with clever modern and high-tech twists.
See a selection of items expected at the sale after the jump

This week's wild card comes form the Chelsea boutique STORY, which famously changes its theme every season with new merchandise and partnerships with vendors. If you are wondering what's leftover after the big switch, then you can find out on Thursday when it will be sold off starting at 50% off. Expect to find everything from men's women's and children's clothing to books, accessories, home items and all sorts of other gifts.

One more in the series of THEORY sample sales that we have come to expect also arrives on Thursday. This time it's for men only —in a week that is shaping up to be a good one for bargain hunting guys. Running through Sunday at Chelsea Market, this sale is promising savings starting at 60% Off retail prices on the label's men's collections.

New York's most promising shoe designer PAUL ANDREW is also starting his seasonal sale on Thursday at his showroom on West 58th Street not far from Bergdorf's. He won last year's CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition, and his following is growing fast. His shoes are pricey, but the last sale reportedly had deep discounts starting at $50 for some styles going up to about $225. We can't promise that the prices will be the same, but it's worth a visit for shoe mavens.

Finally, the big event this week is the DOLCE & GABBANA sample sale starting on Thursday for 4 days at Soiffer-Haskin on West 33rd Street. As far as we can tell, this is the first time that the Italian mega-brand has held its sale at the location of choice for major luxury labels. Look for a very well-organized sale featuring all of their collections for men, women and children including clothing, accessories, shoes and handbags (pictured above).

Be user to check our SALE ROLL sidebar at left for all details including locations, hours and any late-breaking sale news. 


A selection of items to be found at the Bespoken Sample Sale
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