NY1's weekly segment "Your Weekend Starts Now" shows entertaining picks for great things to do this weekend all around the city.

"Paris Refashioned" at FIT

Talk about stylish — the Museum at FIT's new exhibit, "Paris Refashioned: 1957-1968," looks at the worldwide impact of young French designers at that time. Some of the fresh new faces included Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Cardin. The exhibit opens Friday, Feb. 10.

Bjorn Skaarup's "Hippo Ballerina" at Dante Park

At Dante Park, just across from Lincoln Center, check out Bjorn Skaarup's "Hippo Ballerina." And if you like whimsical animal sculptures, find more a few blocks away at Cavalier Gallery's companion exhibition. There's also an Instagram contest, so post your best image with the hashtag #dancewithhippoballerina

Times Square Arts Valentine Heart

The winner of the Times Square Arts 2017 Valentine Heart Design competition is a data sculpture by the Office for Creative Research, seen in the video above. Called "We Were Strangers Once Too," the colors represent the national origins of foreign-born New Yokers. It's on view in Times Square.

Venice Festival at Carnegie Hall

With a romantic sound just in time for Valentine's Day, check out the Venice Festival at Carnegie Hall. There are several great concerts now through the 21st.

Athena Film Festival at Barnard College

The Athena Film Festival runs now through Sunday at Barnard College. It's four days of features, documentaries, and shorts about courageous women.

"Love and Jazz" Concert at The Met Museum

Friday night at The Met Museum, the Gerald Clayton Trio welcomes special guests Nicholas Payton and Dee Dee Bridgewater for a special "Love and Jazz Concert." It's free with museum admission, but registration is required.

"Unknown Pleasure" at the Joyce Theater
Tickets: $26

Don't miss Centre Choréographique National — Ballet de Lorraine in its U.S. debut tour performing "Unknown Pleasures." This work was created by five anonymous international choreographers. It's a great opportunity for modern dance lovers to guess who might've created which work, and for dance fans to see choreographers quite uninhibited. This is a real treat. Now through Sunday, Feb. 12.

Tiempo Libre at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
Tickets start at $35

The BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center presents the three-time Grammy-nominated Cuban music group Tiempo Libre. Saturday, Feb. 11 at 8 P.M. This is a great chance to see one of the hottest Latin bands today.

RadioLoveFest at BAM

Something different for Valentine's Day — BAM and WNYC present "RadioLoveFest." This is a weekend long celebration of radio, live on stage with a special Valentine's Day edition of "The Moth," plus other great happenings for fans of public radio.