Tour 11 must-shop holiday pop-ups in NYC

Dear drew by drew Barrymore
14 Crosby St.; Amazon

Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore brings her just-launched e-boutique lifestyle brand, Dear Drew, to an intimate Soho space. It’s furnished with vintage suitcases, globes and books (85 percent of the items come from the beloved star’s own home), and carries her signature apparel, handbags, intimates and more. The idea was to create an inviting space — with cozy finds like cashmere wrap tops — where both shopping and lounging are welcome.


Swarovski
75 Ninth Ave.; Swarovski

Swarovski

This glittering holiday shop at foodie haven Chelsea Market is as varied as it is inviting. On the menu: Swarovski’s crystal accessories for the body and the home, along with haute designer collaborations from the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Oscar de la Renta, Zac Posen and more.


Kara bazaara
208 Bowery; Kara

Kara bazaara

From Dec. 7 to 10, a group of NYC brands will assemble in lower Manhattan to create a one-stop shop for holiday-gifting goodness. The inaugural Kara Bazaara spans a spectrum of desires — from home decor and industrial design to fashion — and features the market’s namesake accessory line as well as wares from CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund designer Sandy Liang, objet d’art-maker Areaware, local ceramicist Risa Nishimori and more. Who knew the neighbors were so talented?


Sophia Webster
79 Greene St.; Sophia Webster

Sophia Webster

Famous for butterfly-adorned high heels, Sophia Webster is aflutter with fantasy. Following the success of her summer-only Soho store at 80 Wooster St., the footwear designer is heading one block east for an over-the-top, end-of-the-year affair dubbed Webster Wonderland. Stocked fresh with offerings for both bridal season and the holidays — including a special evening collection — this is where your party-shoe search might end.


The Daily Edited
385 Bleecker St.; The Daily Edited

The Daily Edited

Minimalist brand the Daily Edited has been quietly creating understated accessories online from Sydney since 2011. From limited-edition bags (with runs of 1,000 pieces max) to customizable phone cases and wallets, the emphasis has been on quality and specialization. Now shoppers can touch, try and buy TDE offline at this West Village boutique.


Calvin Klein
545 Broadway; Amazon

Calvin Klein

How much more personal can your undergarments get? Calvin Klein has teamed with Amazon on a new pop-up, where visitors can customize their Calvin undies and loungewear with embroidered messages. Ordering…

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