Craftacular Pop-Up Shop Opens at 350 Bowery

Posted on: December 14th, 2010 at 6:08 am by

Yesterday saw the debut of the BUST Magazine Craftacular pop-up shop at the revolving storefront at 350 Bowery. The six-day retail endeavor is a so-called “sunset shopping spree” that will last until Saturday evening, and is a partnership between BUST, Gallery 151, and Hendricks Gin.  Store hours are 4 pm to 9 pm; vendors change daily.

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Below is the list of vendors broken out by day, via BUST:


Casa Helecho
Clover New York
Daphna Lewinshtein
Miss Fitt & Co
Montclaire Made
Stone That Flows
Susan Helene Designs
The Kuza Strap
Ugandan Merchandise


Bacon Handmade Neckwear/UGA
Casa Helecho
Clover New York
Daphna Lewinshtein
Dollsville NYC
Lock and Spoon
Mai Flores New York
Satomi Kawakita Jewelry
Susan Helene Designs


Alchemy Inc.
Artikal Handcrafted Millinery
Clare Bare
Hanky Blanky
Jessica DeCarlo Jewelry
Judith Stiles
Melody’s Addiction
Painter Girl Chocolates
SKT Ceramics


Artikal Handcrafted Millinery
The Drops LLC
Jessica DeCarlo Jewelry
La Muse Kalliope
Lil Fishy
Loyalty and Blood
SKT Ceramics
Twig Terrariums


Anna Kula
Cold Picnic
Hunter NY
La Muse Kalliope
Lil Fishy
Parties and Brunch
Rebecca Rothman Jewelry
Saru Star

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