But while we love a good pop-up (so much so that we’re
Like we said, we love a good pop-up. This season, we’ve teamed up with the Home Depot to bring the magazine to life in the form of an experiential store. Shop our favorite products and stop by for fun events and workshops hosted by our favorite designers and tastemakers. There may or may not be freshly baked cookies available (there will be) and, because it’s the holidays, all proceeds from the pop-up benefit
44 Mercer Street; Pop-up open every Friday-Sunday between December 1-December 23, 2017.
Good Goods launched in April and just opened its first-ever shop, situated in the heart of Soho. It follows a collaborative, “shared economy” retail model which basically means it acts as a marketplace by showcasing several brands at the same time. Go here for design-focused finds ranging from small ceramic mugs to structural bags and support emerging makers.
121 Prince Street; Pop-up open daily until January 28, 2018.
If you’re as obsessed with Brooklyn-based home goods company Aelfie
The pop-up is located in a 2,000-square-foot former factory, providing the perfect backdrop to showcase the vibrant, eclectic finds that have become synonymous with the brand itself.
75 Franklin Street; Pop-up open daily until December 15, 2017.
This globally inspired brand has a socially responsible edge. Every item is made by artisans around the world, with St. Frank supporting them both financially and by enabling the preservation of traditional crafts making in smaller communities. Go here to shop for your people on your list who love to travel and have a more bohemian personal style. You’re sure to find plenty they’ll love.
175 Mott Street; Pop-up open daily until January 31, 2018.
Vintage furniture lovers, rejoice. We’ve found the pop-up for you. Chicago-based Jayson Home is making its East Coast debut with a temporary storefront in Soho, blending the vintage finds the company is known for with more modern pieces.
“Ultimately, it’s all about the mix,” Devin Kirk, vice president of merchandising,
138 Greene Street; Pop-up open daily until June 30, 2018.
Add a Mediterranean flair to your homes (or your gift recipients’ homes) and stop by Il Buco Vita’s first-ever holiday pop-up shop. You’ll find tons of the traditional ceramics and tabletop pieces that the brand is known for—and that are perfect for entertaining—but don’t sleep on the other offerings. Leather goods, soft cashmere blankets, and even skincare products line the shelves in this Italian-inspired storefront.
51 Bond Street; Pop-up open Wednesday-Sunday until December 31, 2017.
For the shopper who might need a little guidance, don’t miss Goop GIFT. The bright and airy space is divided into twelve gifting categories (I.E “the cook”, “the lover”) that mimic the magazine’s digital holiday guides and take the guesswork out of gifting. The pieces in this pop-up typically err on the pricier side, but if you’re willing to splurge a bit it’s worth a visit.
25 Bond Street; Pop-up open daily until December 24, 2017.
Part sample sale, part holiday pop-up, this pop-up is perfect for textile aficionados. Photographer Martyn Thompson’s eponymous brand features wallpaper, tapestry pillows, scarves, and bags in moody tones and rich materials. These beautiful pieces look more like artwork than home decor accents, and are sure to spruce up any space with minimal effort.
88 Prince Street; Pop-up open daily until December 17, 2017.
Luxury consignment e-store The RealReal recently opened a permanent storefront in Soho, and for the month of December the company is partnering with
80 Wooster Street; Pop-up open daily until December 31, 2017.
This pop-up is halfway between a retail space and an art gallery, which only lends to its appeal. Curated by visual artist Elizabeth Sutton, the space brings together female entrepreneurs across industries from skincare to jewelry design, all linked against the backdrop of Sutton’s bright pop art. Sutton herself will be scheduling several DIY craft and art demonstrations throughout the duration of the pop-up and will also be using the space as her own personal studio where visitors can get a front row ticket to watching her create her art.
236 West 10th Street; Pop-up open daily until January 31, 2018.
For one weekend only, come sort through Eskayel’s giftable home pieces and see what goodies you find. The brand’s signature tonal, watercolor-inspired prints will be on full display via pouches, throw pillows, and more, but customers will also find gifts from other makers. Sustainable candles from
Showroom 75 South 6th Street; Pop-up open December 9-10, 2017.
For one of a kind vintage finds, For Love of the Moon is the place to be. Focused around simple living and thoughtful consumerism, this little online boutique sources vintage pieces and its owner uses recycled fabric to make her own handmade items. Head to Greenpoint for one weekend only and shop the best of these unique products, which range from clothing to art to beauty essentials to records.
67 West Street, suite 713; Pop-up open December 9-10 2017.
The ’90s are back with Bulletin Mini Mall, the latest brick and mortar iteration of feminist-meets-fashion startup company
927 Broadway; Pop-up open daily until January 15, 2018.
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