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81 Poppies Trunk Show
What: Austin-based Michelle Weisman unloads her American-made printed dresses, tops, and shorts at 30 percent off.
Why: Stop by the launch for chilly rosé and elbow rubbing with the designer herself.
When: Launch, tonight, 6-9 p.m. Trunk show, Fri., noon-8 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: Thistle & Clover, 221 DeKalb Ave., b/t Adelphi St. & Clermont Ave. (718-855-5577).
Baggu Summer Pop-Up Shop
What: The purveyor of our favorite reusable totes goes brick-and-mortar and stocks monthly collaborations with emerging talents.
Why: This month’s pairing brings FairEnds caps made from Baggu fabrics.
When: Thru Sept. 2. Fri.-Sun., noon-7 p.m.
Where: 242 Wythe Ave., enter on N. 3rd St., b/t Wythe & Kent Sts., no. 4, Greenpoint.
Shop the Night Away
What: More than twenty Meatpacking shops (think Rebecca Taylor, La Perla, and Calypso) take 20 percent off everything on their shelves.
Why: Reward yourself for a job well shopped by joining DailyCandy editors for drinks and sweets, plus mini massages and manicures from Exhale, at a poolside party (8-10:30 p.m.) on the Gansevoort rooftop.
When: Tonight, 5-9 p.m.
Where: Locations and R.S.V.P. at oo.com.
Lunch Poetry Reading
What: City-based poet Wayne Koestenbaum reads his favorite stanzas from Frank O’Hara’s work (written during his time as a MoMA employee) in the Sculpture Garden.
Why: Beats flipping through an issue of Us over a slice of pizza.
When: Fri., noon.
Where: MoMA, 11 W. 53rd St., b/t Fifth & Sixth Aves. (212-708-9400). Free with museum admission.
What: Nine restaurants across Manhattan riff on the French seafood dish.
Why: Le Monde makes it finger food with tilapia, wild fennel, arugula, and saffron mayo on toasted country bread; Cafe D’Alsace turns it into sausage.
When: Thru June 15.
Where: Locations at tourdefrancenyc.com.
Photo: Courtesy of 81 Poppies