Mother’s Day Is Right Around the Corner

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Scouting Report

Mother’s Day

There’s still time to find that gift for mom like, say, an Alison Lou “Mama” ring with a diamond set in 14-karat gold ($975). At 20 East 69th Street.

At Bloomingdale’s on 59th Street, you can buy flowers to be planted in Central Park in your mother’s name ($5) and pick up a limited-edition floral silk scarf ($225); $50 from each sale will benefit the Conservatory Garden restoration. On the first floor.

The new L’Officine Universelle Buly concession at Bergdorf Goodman offers Eau Triple water-based perfumes in 12 exotic notes like Berkane Orange Blossom and Peruvian Heliotrope ($158 for 75 milliliters), with a calligrapher on hand to personalize the label.

Five dollars from the sale of each pair of TOMS x Every Mother Counts mommy ($59) and me ($36 to $42) espadrilles with an orange rose, the universal symbol of maternal health, will benefit the Christy Turlington Burns nonprofit dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safer in the developing world. At 264 Elizabeth Street.

And at Brookfield Place, the fashion illustrator Blair Breitenstein will create a custom Mother’s Day card free of charge daily through Saturday, from noon to 3 p.m., with proof of any purchase. At 230 Vesey Street, Level 1.

Openings and Events

At Project:OM, the aim is to create the world’s largest yoga event in support of the Susan G. Komen Foundation fight against breast cancer, with 13 donation-based events scheduled this weekend, including one at 6 p.m. on Thursday on the Great Lawn in Central Park. People can register for the yoga session at projectOM.com

On Friday, the Artists & Fleas mini-chain will unveil a SoHo market with 40 vendors offering New York vintage and artisan products like a ’70s paisley print dress ($628) and Soap for Sinners coffee body scrub ($16). At 568 Broadway.

On Monday, the Colombian label Pepa Pombo will open a pop-up at Bergdorf Goodman with flattering and versatile) knits like a strapless reversible dress/skirt ($1,400).

Also on Monday, Lauren Conrad’s Paper Crown line will breeze into the rotating pop-up shop at the Lord & Taylor Dress Address with summer bits like a one-shoulder rose dot dress ($258) and a chambray cutout dress ($230).