Try this on for size.SHOPAlexander Wang SaleWhat: Get your mitts on men’s and women’s wear, handbags, and shoes — discounted up to 80 percent — from this year’s spring and resort collections.Why: The burnout cable tunic (was $425, now $170), leather corset shorts with front tie (was $725, now $290), and one-shoulder bra top (was $58, now $41).When: Thurs., 2-7 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Where: 93 Mercer St., b/t Spring & Broome Sts.SHUCKPrix Fixe Brunch and Oyster LessonWhat: Chef Nick Korbee gives a shucking tutorial, followed by brunch in the quaint former carriage house.Why: Penn Cove oysters with Rainier cherries, grapefruit brulee with lemon mascarpone, Broad St. Benedict (poached egg, Bluepoint oyster fritter, roasted potatoes, choron sauce), and a Bloody Mary or champagne cocktail for $18. When: Sat., 11:15 a.m.Where: Smith & Mills, 71 N. Moore St., b/t Greenwich & Hudson Sts. (212-226-2515).DOWNLOADDailyCandy’s Stylish AlertsWhat: Our new notification system for Android phones delivers updates on fashion, food, and fun in NYC, based on your location.Why: Never again miss a nearby sample sale or undiscovered culinary delight.When: Available now.Where: For more info, go to dailycandy.com.RAIDHengst Boutique OpensWhat: In a stroke of luck, a little clothing shop we’ve admired from afar (like, San Francisco far) relocates to the East Village.Why: The house label’s sophisticated, feminine silhouettes remind us of Hollywood’s edgy screen sirens.When: Daily, noon-8 p.m.Where: 70 E. 1st St., b/t First & Second Aves. (212-375-1549).DONATEOptArt Silent Auction and Benefit PartyWhat: Local DJs Sharkey, Chris Coady, and Small Black lay down background beats as you bid on compelling photos snapped by children of the tsunami-thrashed Tamil village of Pandiruppu.Why: To help raise funds for the Sri Lanka Children’s Trust’s Visions of Hope Community Center.When: Fri., 7 p.m.-midnight. Auction, 7-10 p.m.Where: Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center’s LES Gallery, 107 Suffolk St., at Rivington St. (646-358-7282). Suggested donation is $3.SAY GOOD-BYEPrague Kolektiv Closing SaleWhat: The wondrous modern and midcentury Czech design store opens its Brooklyn warehouse for a liquidation free-for-all.Why: Hundreds of pendant lamps and furnishings (seating, tables, storage, desks) from the 1930s to the 1960s are at least half off. When: Thurs.-Sun., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.Where: 68 Jay St., ste. 605a, Dumbo (917-710-1047). Must call ahead to be admitted on weekends and after 6 p.m. on Thurs. & Fri.Photo: Courtesy of Alexander WangUp to 60% off Bread & ButterBread & Butter takes staples to a whole new level with silky-soft tees, from boyfriend crews to flattering scoop-necks, in a rainbow of colors. Stock up while they’re up to 60% off on Swirl.