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Pop-Ups of the Week

Temporary markets for last-ditch gift sprees.

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Gifts Galore
13 Stanton St., nr. Bowery; 12/17–12/19
Jewelry, handbags, and clothing by 26 emerging designers. Plus vegan cupcakes and a live D.J.

The Big Social Holiday Market
Openhouse Gallery, 201 Mulberry St., nr. Spring St.; 12/17–12/23
The Hester Street Fair gang convenes 42 vendors selling everything from antique prints to lobster rolls.

Gifted
One Hansen Pl., at Ashland Pl., Ft. Greene; 12/15–12/23 Three floors’ worth of indie-design wares—including A.S.I.S. knit hats and Beau Ideal holiday cards—plus a gift-wrap station using recycled fabric.

Mary Meyer Holiday Sale
555 Metropolitan Ave., nr. Lorimer St., Williamsburg; 12/18 and 12/19
The Williamsburg-based clothing designer and a dozen-plus retail pals (vintage seller Fox & Fawn, jewelry-maker Lisa Levine) hawk clothing and accessories at wholesale prices.

The Box Holiday Pop-up
129 Rivington St., nr. Essex St.; through 12/19
Stocking stuffers gone punk, including studded and spiked jewelry by designers like Bijules, Elizabeth Knight, and Bliss Lau.

FEED Market
705 Greenwich St., nr. Charles St.; 12/14
The $100 admission benefits the U.N. World Food Programme, and gets you a FEED tote and access to fair-trade and ecofriendly merch like Lauren Pierce Atelier’s silk scarves and Lemlem’s kids’ clothes.


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