This is an In the News/Seen & Heard mash-up, because I don’tr have enough items for either on its own.
••• The opening of Kutsher’s Tribeca has been pushed back to Nov. 21.
••• “Quirky-cool dressers like Refinery29 global editor Connie Wang and Tales of Endearment blogger Natalie Joos pop-up repeatedly on the street style blogs for their enviable wardrobes; this weekend, you can raid their overstuffed closets. Both are participating in a one-day, five-person trunk sale [today] that also includes Street Peeper photographer Phil Oh, Soho and Tribeca Grand creative director Tommy Saleh, and Vogue fashion assistant Preetma Singh.” So I guess it helps if you’re their size? —The Cut
••• Speaking of sales: The Steven Alan Sample Scrum is Nov. 17–20 at 87 Franklin. It’s open Thursday and Friday 8… 30 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
••• Architect Rafael Viñoly, who lives in Tribeca, plays the piano on Sundays and has a Brazilian cook. —The New York Times