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At least one of the city’s holiday pop-ups this year will forgo the usual borough-shaped coasters and lavender soaps. Following previous runs in Paris, London, and Berlin, French former journalist Thomas Erber will bring his roving Cabinet of ­Curiosities shop to Soho from December 2 to December 23 (372 Broome St., at Mott St.; 212-343-0110). Hosted by high-end Parisian label Maison Kitsuné, the pop-up will feature a total of 50 designers, emphasizing niche New York brands and limited-edition wares—cashmere pajamas by Erber’s good friend Alexander Olch ($1,100); a black-diamond-encrusted, plumage-inspired pendant necklace by House of Waris ($7,750)—as well as labels from around the world, like Sweden’s Nor Autonom (his $1,500 leather hoodie zips up to cover the entire face) and, of course, Maison Kitsuné, which is debuting a new sheepskin-lined leather flight jacket ($4,950). Non-splurgers just stopping in for the spectacle will also find three 23-foot-tall canvases (price upon request) by Chinese painter Wang Dawei, featuring men both in and out of swim trunks.


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