There’s really nothing quite like holiday shopping in New York. The twinkling lights, department store windows, and endless markets geared toward gift giving are what makes this time of year so exciting — and so overwhelming.
This year, skip the crowds at the markets inside Grand Central and Bryant Park (or, go on a weekday), and instead check out one of the many A+ pop-up shops that are springing up in the month of December, which include rare brick-and-mortar appearances from online-only retailers and indie bazaars.
All of the pertinent info for each is below, including address (click on it and you’ll be taken straight to Google Maps) and hours.
The luxury consignment e-tailer is opening a physical space for the holidays that’ll be filled to the brim with a highly-curated selection of pre-owned luxury goods from Chanel, Hermès,
Proenza Schouler, and more (many of which are exclusive to the pop-up.)
In addition to ready-to-wear and accessories, fine art and home decor will also be available, with experts on hand to help guide you toward the perfect purchase. While you browse, treat yourself to some coffee and House of Waris teas from the Lower East Side’s Cafe Henrie.
What: One Kings Lane — the go-to website for Instagrammable home decor — is hosting a holiday-themed pop-up in its showroom, The Studio. The festive space is filled with giftable home goods like cocktail shakers from La Maison Supreme
and scented soy candles in marbled ceramic holders from D.L. & Co, as well as vintage jewelry and accessories.
To shop, book online, which also ensures a personalized, intimate shopping experience.
What: Located within the cobblestoned halls of Chelsea Market directly across from Amy’s Bread, this annual handmade extravaganza, now in its ninth year, will, for the first time ever, be extended for an entire week.
60 vendors will be set up in booths throughout the space; shoppers can meet the artists and makers of the goods on display, buy gifts right on the spot, and also place custom orders. Some of the stuff available this year includes cozy knits from Birdy27 Designs, handcrafted porcelain pottery from Ostergaard Pottery, and delicate jewelry by
Angie Colombo Design.
The first 100 shoppers on Saturday and Sunday will receive a swag bag. Admission is $2 at the door, but free by RSVPing through Eventbrite.
Curated by Sarah Easley of Kirna Zabête, this pop-up will play host to 12 ready-to-wear, beauty, accessory, and home brands. Hosted inside a suite at the W Hotel in Times Square, the shop will feature jewelry from K/ller, edgy athleisure brand
No’Ka’Oi, natural skincare from Drunk Elephant, and perfume brand
What: More of a warehouse than a boutique, the Manhattan Vintage holiday pop-up is located within MILK Garage’s capacious 8,000-square-foot space stationed below the Highline. It’ll include thousands of vintage goods from over 25 top vendors. Look for pleated Issey Miyake
from andArchive, Chanel “cc” earrings from IMJM Antiques
and Vintage Couture, and Paco Rabanne
chainmail dresses from Vintage Le Monde. There’s a fee of $15 to enter, but discounted admission can be purchased in advance at Manhattanvintage.com.
The Southampton-based multi-brand concept store is moving out west for the holidays — specifically, to the heart of Tribeca. The shop will be stocked with candles from Hotel Costes, cut-out cashmere sweaters from LNA, Breton striped tops from
Edith A. Miller, and textured stationery from Well Received (for a super-modern touch to the all-important thank-you card).
Julie Heller, the store owner, has also included a curated selection of luxury couture vintage — think Chanel, Halston, and Saint Laurent
— from her vintage shop, EraLuxe. There are trunk show events scattered throughout the duration of the pop-up, too, with special treats and discounts.
What: In its third year, Young & Able will showcase 35 female New York-based designers. The space was designed to be “stress-free” — so you won’t see any clutter (or the designers themselves).
Inside, you’ll find prints by artist Danielle Kroll, handmade sunglasses from Covry, abstract-painted ceramic mugs from Risa Nishimori, and organic claw rings from
Renee Frances Jewelry. Swing by for special events, which include a hand-tooled belt workshop on December 11th and a Holiday Wreath Workshop on December 20th.
When: December 8th through December 24th. 11am to 8pm daily.
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