Domino Magazine’s Giant Sale of Furniture and Fashion

Oh to be in New York! Tomorrow, Domino Magazine really says goodbye by putting on a tag sale of their leftover goodies. There will be furniture, fashion and decorative objects all under $500 (and most things under $10). It will be held at the 19th-century brownstone of Tom Delavan, Domino’s former editor at large. So not only do you get to shuffle through 1,500 square feet of Domino goodies, you get to check out the former editor’s place! Just shoot me now. (Or fly me to NY!) And for those who prefer fashion over furniture Deborah Needleman, who was Domino's editor in chief, will be bringing clothes – a wardrobe that includes Lanvin, Prada and Chlo, she said, "fancy party frocks from a nice former life I happily don't have anymore." (Ok – bullet, one shot to the head. Make it quick. I don’t like pain.) Saturday, May 9, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 13 West Ninth Street (Fifth Avenue), garden apartment; cash only. {Source: NY Times}



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