Horsing around

Bloomie’s is also among those going all out to ring in the Chinese Lunar New Year on Jan. 31. (See following item as well.) To celebrate the Year of the Horse, the 59th Street flagship has a score of treats and events through Feb. 15, including the traditional Chinese red gift envelopes, with bMoney cards worth $8, $88 or $888 (8 being a lucky number in China); complimentary Forty Carrots yogurt, the dramatic Year of the Horse tote ($24); makeup offers; dining savings; and free mini Magnolia Bakery cupcakes.

Can’t get to the flagship? Giddy-up here for some spectacular loot, including a diamond pavé saddle ring in 14-karat gold ($4,600); Lalique’s black Kazak horse sculpture ($2,595);  the Burberry Brit Bradford lightweight jacket ($450); the JR by John Robshaw hand-painted decorative pillow ($275); and the Jonathan Adler horse head stopper ($24).

And don’t forget to check out our China commentary by Sino-experts Audrey and Seymour Topping every month in WAG. 


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