ON SALE! Eye spy a deal Check out the steep discounts at this high-end eyewear emporium

If you can see your way to Felice Dee Eyewear today and tomorrow, you'll be able to pick up some great bargains. Designs from Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland from the new collections and previous seasons are all here and at a fraction of their original cost. Plastics, including double and triple laminates, usually $150-$400, are $75-$180; metals, including titanium and frames with inlays and plastic inserts, usually $180-$500, are $75-$200; special laser-cut titanium, usually $330, is $150; sun and fashion tints, usually $150-$550, are $50-$200. Children's eyewear in trendy styles and a rainbow of colors, usually $80-$210, is $35-$85. Also, 20% off prescription lenses and special tints. Felice Dee Eyewear, 69 E. 71st St. (between Park & Madison Aves); (212) 717-7062. Hours: Today, 11 a.

m.-5 p.

m.; Mon., 10 a.

m.-5 p.

m. BEJEWEL YOURSELF New York designer of contemporary jewelry and accessories Alexia Crawford is having a sample sale tomorrow through Friday. Handbags, scarves and jewelry whether sterling silver (some with semiprecious gemstones), freshwater pearls or Austrian crystal everything is up to 70% below wholesale. Sale prices are $1, $5, $10, $15, $20, $30 and $40 (usually $18-$450 retail). Handbags in silk, with embroidery, usually $15-$42, are $10-$20. Freshwater pearl necklaces, usually $22-$40, are $10. Scarves in 100% silk in a variety of pastel hues, from pink to violet to periwinkle to fuchsia and 100% velvet scarves in deep, rich colors of dark green, burgundy and black, usually $25, are $10; velvet shawls, usually $22-$45, are $20. All necklaces are $10, earrings are $5, bracelets are $7. Handbags are $10, $15 and $20. Crawford Creations; 35 W. 36th St. (between Fifth & Sixth Aves., third floor); (212) 629-6615. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 11 a.

m.-7 p.

m. SPRING CLEANING Loehmann's is having its early spring clearance sale Tuesday-Sunday, with great savings on men's and women's fashion and accessories. America's favorite designer sportswear, originally $39-$398 in department stores, is $14.

99-$129.

99; Italian designer sportswear, usually $75-$300, is $19.

99-$74.

99. Designer dresses, usually $95-$300, are $29.

99-$69.

99; men's sportswear, usually $26-$298, is $10.

99-$99.

99. Handbags, usually $58-$795, are $14.

99-$89.

99; designer shoes, usually $75-$150, are $29.

99-$59.

99. Loehmann's, 101 Seventh Ave. (at 16th St.); (212) 352-0856. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 9 a.

m.-9 p.

m.; Sun., 11 a.

m.-7 p.

m. A TIME FOR RENEWAL The Woodstock Spa & Wellness Center, on the third floor of the Benjamin Hotel, is offering treatments at reduced prices through April. Lavender and Lemon Aromatherapy Cocoon and Body Polish, $125, was created especially for this promotion and is not regularly offered at the spa. The holistic Dr. Hauschka facial, regularly $175, is $115; revitalizing hand and foot treatments, regularly $60 and $70 each, are $95 for both. Or combine any two treatments and pay $195. The Woodstock Spa & Wellness Center, the Benjamin, 125 E. 50th St. (at Lexington Ave.); (212) 715-2517. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 10 a.

m.-8 p.

m.; Sat.-Sun., 10 a.

m.-5 p.

m. SMORGASBORD OF SAVINGS Shop for all sorts of goodies without leaving your chair. Just log on to Shopalocity, the Internet's supercenter, where you can save up to 80% on everything. The latest in online retailing (with secure transactions through Verisign); here are some of the bargains: Dale Tiffany peacock hanging lamp, usually $290, is $188.

69; Tiffany-style lavender floral table lamp, usually $64, is $47.

73; Cuisinart DLC2011 11-cup food processor, usually $350, is $212.

40. Aiwa CDC-X176 car CD player/receiver, usually $179, is $88.

23. Seiko silver antique-style ladies' watch, usually $325, is $85.

05. Log on to Shopalocity.

com To be listed, please fax DETAILED information to Mila Andre at (212) 210-1604 or (212) 210-2203 at least THREE WEEKS in advance.

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