Cucinelli went to 80% off. I heard the woman at the register say that today was the last day, not sure if that was an error. All in all, you're going to pay about $100 for a dress shirt and at least $150 for a cashmere sweater, which for BC is probably pretty good. Also, some nice winter overcoats in grey that were about $600-700 IIRC.
Tod's was like something out of 28 Days Later (or is it 27?) . . . absolute madhouse. Normally, the women's section at these sales looks like a tornado rolled through and the men's section is pristine, but the whole place was wrecked. Open shoe boxes, wrapping paper and shoes everywhere.
If you are a size 7, get over there now. Tons of stuff for you. But be forewarned, their quality control leaves something to be desired. I am a 9 UK, 10 US, and I picked up two pairs of driving moccasins in tan and dark brown suede in "Size 7." The tan mocs are a wide fit but fit fine. The dark browns are a normal width and a bit snug, but really just a little bit more than I'd like - I'm guessing they'll stretch a bit over time but we'll see.
The point is, I should not be fitting in size 7 shoes at all.
Also picked up a really nice pair of tan loafers with leather sole for my wife. Went down a size on those but honestly the sizing is a crap shoot, to say the least.
I stopped by the Tod's sale yesterday evening and it is not worth your time. It's a combined Tod's/Hogan sale, and there is far more of the latter. If you have size 7 feet then you'll probably be in good shape, but for anyone with larger sized feet (10-13) you're SOL if you're looking for Tod's gear. They had maybe 2 pairs of suede moccasins left in size 13 when I got there at 6:30, and both were pretty ugly. Far more women's shoes.
TL;DR - Go to Tod's sale if you have small mens feet or are a woman. Or if you like Hogan shoes.