It's interesting to note that nowhere in the NT, are Christians seen to be practicing anything from the OT after Jesus' death, with exception to the mention of fasting, but even that wasn't listed as a "must do" law, it seems to be mentioned as a "side note", when Jesus and the Apostles were speaking of life and worship in general, in regards to "whatever we do, do it for God" (Matthew 6:16, Acts 13:2-3), whilst other mentions of fasting appear to be symbolic (Acts 14:22-23), but overall no direct commandment, rather we are told "food does not bring us closer to God" (1 Corinthians 8:8). The only time Sabbath is mentioned is in reference to "dates and times" and when the Christians took advantage of the Sabbath to preach to the unbelieving Jews in the synagogs.
There are no passages where any of the Apostles or Jesus commands anyone to celebrate the Sabbath, even when a man asked Jesus "what must I do to be saved" he said "you know the commandments" and he began to list them: Mark 10:19, but you'll notice he never said "and obey the Sabbath, and the x/y/z laws", instead he said "and come be my follower", that is to obey the Christian laws of Christ, none of which verbatim mention celebration of the Sabbath as one of them.
But there 'are' verses which could be said to be advocating the opposite.
Some translations even write this verse as "So don’t let anyone condemn you for what you eat or drink, or for not celebrating
certain holy days or new moon ceremonies or Sabbaths". Notice as well he throws in all those celebrations with "eating and drinking", which could be in regards to the food laws which were also done away with (Acts 10:13-16).
Some argue regardless that the Sabbath was said to be "everlasting" between God and his people, though this was with the nation of Israel, and the context there is if Israel kept up their side of the bargain, which they didn't and so that Covenant was ended. Another thing to note is that the other laws also were said to be "everlasting", including foods and circumcising (Genesis 17:7,10,9), and yet we know these were also done away with as we are not circumcised in "heart".
The old laws were a shadow of the new laws (Hebrews 8:13, Hebrews 10:1,Colossians 2:17), and according to the OT, this includes the 10 commandments, as they are listed as being a "part" of the old covenant of which was done away with, not seperated from it (Deuteronomy 4:13, Deuteronomy 5:2-3m Deuteronomy 9:9, Deuteronomy 29:1,3). Thus all of it is done away with, and that is also why Christ is the "Lord of the Sabbath", as the Sabbath is in him now. You could say the 10 commandments are still with us, but they evolved into a Christian format, and the Sabbath which signified the old Covenant and God's completed creative works became the Lords Evening Meal instead, which signified the completion of the old law through Christ's death (John 19:30), (though it is not specified that it should be done every weekend).