Raid the Closets of Natalie Joos and Phil Oh This Weekend

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 that also includes Street Peeper photographer Phil Oh, Soho and Tribeca Grand creative director Tommy Saleh, and Vogue fashion assistant Preetma Singh. Each is compiling a stash of designer and vintage clothes, shoes, and accessories — around 250 total pieces, split between men’s and women’s. We got a sneak peak at what you’ll find among the racks. The stash includes: a brand new Nina Ricci cashmere-wool coat in olive with a portrait collar and grosgrain ribbon detail for $900 (originally $4,000), Jil Sander’s plastic orange Market bag for $95, a Chloe cropped satin tuxedo blazer in navy for $150, Marc Jacobs ostrich-print flats for $125, a Junya Watanabe thick wool Fairisle cardigan for $200, a handful of Yohji Yamamoto jackets and coats ranging from $100 to $180, and more.

Tribeca Trunk, November 13 at the Tribeca Grand Hotel, 2 Sixth Ave., at White St.; 212-519-6600; noon to 6.

Raid the Closets of Natalie Joos and Phil Oh