• Dior Homme, 161 NE 40th St., opened Saturday in the Design District. Dior commissioned photographer and artist Bruce Weber to create a film, Can I Make the Music Fly?, which will be unveiled Wednesday and then become part of a permanent installation in the store.
• Artist Alexandra Grant and LAXART have collaborated with Rozae Nichols, the designer behind the Clover Canyon, to create a collection of women’s styles. Inspired by Grant’s paintings, the clothing is available at Scoop NYC’s at the Shore Club, 1901 Collins Ave., beginning Thursday. The items are also available at www.scoopnyc.com. An opening reception will be held 5 to 7 p.m. at the hotel. RSVP to MSTARK@SCOOPNYC.COM.
• Armani Jeans opened its first U.S. flagship store last weekend at 741 Lincoln Rd. The interior of the 2,100-square-foot store, designed by Giorgio Armani, will offer contemporary clothing, accessories, footwear and small leather goods.
• NIBA Home, 39 NE 39th St., hosts an opening reception for fashion photographer Greg Lotus’ Images exhibition at 7 p.m. Thursday. Lotus’ work draws inspiration from classical paintings and life experiences. RSVP to MILENA@NIBAHOME.com or call 305-573-1839.
• RANEYTOWN, a solo exhibit by Rebeca Raney, features a collection of ink and gouache drawings and works on panel, showing playful imagery of hybrid animals, flora and fantastical people at Primary Projects, 4141 NE Second Ave., Suite 104. In a limited-edition collaboration with Madewell, Raney’s images will appear on sweaters, necklaces, silk tops, scarves and totes. The collection, at the gallery’s pop-up, range from $20 to $900 and will be sold through Thursday. The complete collection will be available at Madewell stores in Miami, New York and Los Angeles and madewell.com. Email: email@example.com for appointments.
• The International Contemporary Jewelry Fair debuts aboard SeaFair, the 228-foot exhibition megayacht docked at the Intercontinental Hotel Deck, 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami. Opening Wednesday, the fair features exhibitors from eight countries and collections including bespoke or one-of-a-kind pieces. Hours are 1 to 10 p.m. daily. One-day tickets start at $15 (online) and $20 at the door.