Our Holiday Pop-Up Bazaar Is This Weekend, & You're Invited!

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If you hadn't noticed, we're absolutely killing it in the holiday-prep department. From gift tips and seasonal style slideshows to DIY hosting tutorials and office-party beauty how-tos, everything you need to have a very chic Christmas, on-trend Hanukkah, and baller New Year's is at our online Tinseltown HQ. Now it's time take this magic live!
Yes, for the second year in a row, Tinseltown — our brick-and-mortar pop-up bazaar— is coming to Nolita's Openhouse at 201 Mulberry Street (between Spring and Kenmare), and it's bigger and badder than ever. Come down between Friday, December 13, and Sunday, December 15, for gift-worthy goods from our favorite indie brands, hand-crafted one-of-a-kind finds, and snacks upon snacks. This year's vendors include Erica Weiner, Cloak & Dagger, Won Hundred, Bing Bang, Still House, and many, many more. Since you really can't do holiday shopping without some holiday music, we've also tapped DJs JD Samson (yes, of Le Tigre), G*LEE, and Matt Hitt of Drowners to provide some beats. Oh, and don't think we would throw an extravaganza like this without raffles and prizes. That would just be silly.
You want details on this holographic holiday shopping experience? You got 'em! Read up, and don't miss out. Something this rad only comes once a year.

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