Krochet Kids International
At Rudy’s Barbershop in the Ace Hotel, 14 W. 29th St. nr. Broadway; 212-532-7200; through December 15.
Slouchy hats, ribbed scarves, crocheted bow ties, and other knits ($22 to $35) are up for grabs from the nonprofit, which teaches Ugandan and Peruvian women to crochet.
405 Broome St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-343-2600; November 27 to December 22.
The minimalist design store’s shop-within-a-shop spotlights compostable candles from Lite + Cycle ($32), a Fredericks and Mae Foosball set ($190), and Specimen Editions’ concrete vases ($240 to $400).
Horses Cut Shop
At Treasure & Bond, 350 W. Broadway, nr. Grand St.; 646-669-9049; through December 26.
Supersoft cotton tees ($39), emblazoned with the logos of tattoo shops, bowling alleys, and other haunts dotting the U.S., are being sold amid a motel-inspired tableau.
27 Prince St., nr. Mott St.; 646-476-3719; through December 31.
Housed in the onetime location of the original Ray’s Pizza, the jewelry brand’s first pop-up features a chandelier hung with statement necklaces, including the beaded and rose-gold-plated Medine ($495).
At Cheryl Hazan Contemporary Art, 35 N. Moore St., nr. Hudson St.; 917-923-6610; December 14 to January 6.
Expect globally sourced home goods like hand-felted stone paperweights from New England (from $16) and brass scissors from India (from $17).