Here’s a Quick Holiday Pop-Up Roundup for You [LISTS]

Posted on: December 11th, 2014 at 10:35 am by
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Pop-ups are popping up all over New York City for the holidays. Here’s a roundup of some standouts:

Good Stuff Holiday Pop-Up Shop

stopTHINKshopTYTHEdesign and By Brooklyn are co-curating a holiday pop-up shop for conscious consumerism from December 11 – 14. This shopping experience will allow for consumers to connect with the local, sustainable and ethical story behind the gifts on sale. The shop will offer a wide range of both global and local social good products from over 50 vendors including Meow Meow Tweet, Soko, powerHouse Books, Maker’s Toolbox, and Raaka Chocolate.

Good Stuff Holiday Pop Up is located at 103 Allen St, corner of Delancey Street
December 11 – 14
Daily, 12pm – 8pm

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Forma de Ser

Rachel Horowitz of Forma de Ser has curated this pop-up in conjunction with Made in the Lower East Side (miLES). In addition to her own Latin American merchandise which she has sourced during her travels (including Peruvian ponchos and Mexican glass hearts), she has brought in other brands such as Tenoverten nail polishes and clothing from shopethica.com.

Forma de Ser is located at 90 Stanton Street
Open now until December 30
Monday through Saturday, 12pm – 8pm
Sunday, 11am – 7pm

Forma de Ser Events:

KHBEIS Trunk Show
December 14
2pm – 5pm

Shopethica.com will be hosting this Colombian jewelry line at the Holiday Emporium. Shop the unique designs Dec. 14 – 16, but make sure to come by to meet and toast the designer on Sunday.

Farm Candy Tasting Party
December 21
2pm – 6pm

Meet Pam Stone, the creator of Farm Candy artisanal salts and sugars, to taste goodies showcasing her unique flavors and pick up some last minute gifts.

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Hester Holiday Market at One Penn Plaza

Neighborhood favorite Hester Street Market moves to midtown for the holidays, featuring familiar and new vendors including Estate Jewels by George & Raf, Dora Marra for Headdress, Love + PLAY, Charles Chessler Photography and Etsy NY Team. Food vendors include Macaron Parlour, Oconomi and Kizmet Kitchens. Watch for caroling events and origami lessons.

Hester Holiday Market is located at One Penn Plaza (34th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues)
Open now until December 23
Daily, 11am—8pm

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Photo: Lori Greenberg

Soho Holiday Collective

Susan Sandler, founder of the Soho Holiday Collective and alternative retail/events company PopUpSummer! has curated a collection of one-of-a-kind iconic photographic and fashion pieces. The pop up space includes an exhibit of for-purchase pieces from Rock Paper Photo, the world’s largest online curated pop culture gallery, and photography source Capital Art. Also available are luxury apparel, jewelry, accessories and gift items from both emerging and established designers including Jes Wade, KES, Lulu’s Estate Jewelry, Jill Heller, Jewelry For A Cause and Caffe Unimatic. The designers will be on hand to create styling experiences for attendees.

Soho Holiday Collective is located at 150 Wooster St
Open now until December 24
Monday through Saturday, 11am -7pm
Sunday, 11am -6pm

Soho Holiday Collective Events:

December 13
12-3 Carlos Falchi, artist and bag designer will be in-store to personalize and sign bags
12-7 Pam Stone of Farm Candy will be serving wine and chocolate
3-7 Photographer Allan Tannenbaum will be mingling with guests

December 17
12-2 Jes Wade & Lulu’s Estate Jewelry Host a Lunchtime Shopping Event

December 18
5-7 RockPaperPhoto host the Wall St. Deadhead Club in their gallery

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