For Immediate Release
Fall into a New Wardrobe at Housing Works’ “Best of Fall” Sales
New York, New York - As the leaves are changing and the temperatures are dropping, Housing Works is gearing up for their annual “Best of Fall” event, in which 11 of their Thrift Shops and online website will feature their best collections of fashion, furniture, and houseware items far below retail prices. Proceeds from each sale will benefit the organization’s mission to end the dual crises of homelessness and HIV/AIDS.
For months each Thrift Shop has been curating the perfect fall and winter items to add seasonal style to any wardrobe. Featured pieces include a Lafayette 148 Party Dress ($100), Marc Jacobs Patent Leather Coat ($125), Phillip Lim Dress ($145), Vintage Givenchy Fruit Print Dress ($150), Carolina Herrera Lace Cocktail Dress ($150), and a Valentino Metallic Tweed Jacket ($175).
The sales stretch from Wednesday, October 4 to Saturday, October 28 :
Wednesday, October 4
Online at shop.housingworks.org
Thursday, October 5, 5pm-8pm
2nd Ave & 64th Street Thrift Shop, 1222 2nd Avenue
Saturday, October 7, 12pm-8pm
Soho Thrift Shop, 130 Crosby Street
Tuesday, October 10, 5pm-8pm
Upper East Thrift Shop, 202 East 77th Street
Thursday, October 12, 5pm-8pm
Tribeca Thrift Shop, 119 Chambers Street
Saturday, October 14, 12pm-8pm
West Village Thrift Shop, 245 West 10th Street
Tuesday, October 17, 5pm-8pm
Columbus & 74th Thrift Shop, 306 Columbus Avenue
Thursday, October 19, 5pm-8pm
Chelsea Thrift Shop, 143 West 17th Street
Saturday, October 21, 12pm-8pm
Yorkville Thrift Shop, 1730 2nd Avenue
Tuesday, October 24, 5pm-8pm
Hell's Kitchen Thrift Shop, 730-732 9th Avenue
Thursday, October26, 5pm-8pm
Broadway & 96th Thrift Shop, 2569 Broadway
Saturday, October 28, 12pm-8pm
Park Slope Thrift Shop, 266 5th Avenue, Brooklyn
About Housing Works:
For over 25 years, Housing Works has fueled the fight to end HIV and Homelessness through fashion. Their 12 thrift shops and signature events directly benefit our trailblazing work in grassroots activism, healthcare, and housing. Housing Works led the way during the height of the AIDS crisis in New York City, and continues to lead resistance efforts across the country in this current political climate.
For more information, please contact Ashley Lake at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-408-6579. For more information about Housing Works visit housingworks.org. Join Housing Works on Facebook. Follow Housing Works on Twitter and Instagram.