FAREWELL: Fort Greene’s funky, fashion-forward Addy & Ferro boutique is closing its doors on Sunday. Come out for rock-bottom deals on all clothing and accessories, as well as goods from indie designers like Shadowflack and Slumming Dutchess. 672 Fulton Street near South Portland Street, Fort Greene, Brooklyn. More information at addyandferro.blogspot.com.
PROGRESS: Say ‘packable rain wear,’ and you think of those candy-colored ponchos you get at the drugstore. Then there’s the Pearl water-resistant nylon rain jacket, which is just as stylish on as it is packed away in its little couture-ish bag. $220 from Mackage.com.
STOCK UP: Maven Collective is slashing prices by up to 90% off hundreds of items from designers like Grai, Rebecca Beeson, and Henry Duarte at a sample sale pop-up running Friday through Sunday. 41 Wooster Street near Broome Street. More at mavencollective.com.
PLAYLIST: Buzz doesn’t get much louder than that surrounding the just-out ‘Hometowns,’ the debut disc of Canadian indie rockers The Rural Alberta Advantage. Homespun sounds and gritty lyrcs about life in stifling small towns are their bread and butter; the fact that the band grew from a few MySpace uploads to gigs at SXSW sans label publicity says it all. Spin ‘Don’t Haunt This Place’ for a taste. About $14 at Sound Fix, 110 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-388-8090.
HOME, OFFICE: At all three of the city’s Muji stores, get 20% off a range of their mod, quietly luxe furniture for your home office or study, through the month of August. Find your nearest store at muji.com.