To Do Thursday: Signs of Love

Marc Jacobs.

Marc Jacobs.

Designer darling Marc Jacobs has moved his show to Valentine’s Day, due to “delivery issues with fabric and accessories.” The show is still at the N.Y. State Armory at 8 p.m., but if you aren’t on fashion’s A-list, we suggest you log onto Refinery29 to see what Wow! moments Mr. Jacobs sends down the runway. Oh, and the after-party is at the Harvard Club—but we aren’t supposed to tell you that, so shhhh.

Other Valentine sweeties or lonely hearts will be at the Valentine’s Day soiree thrown by Richard Christiansen of the very cool marketing firm Chandelier Creative, benefiting the freedom to marry. There will be a special musical performance by The Suzan, and “Astrology Goddess” Susan Miller will be on hand to read your romantic life (or non-love life, for the hapless few). We have been “read” by Ms. Miller, and be forewarned, this stylish soothsayer knows how to chart the stars, so get ready for a bite of reality. Plus, the whole night is at the penthouse of The Standard East Village, which is slowly becoming the West Side’s answer to that other hip hotel called The Standard.

The Standard East Village, 25 Cooper Square, (212) 475-5700; 8pm, by invite only.