3 Holiday Pop-Ups You MUST Shop This Weekend

Photo: Courtesy of 73 Spring Shop.
It's holiday season in New York, and that means one thing — holiday pop-ups are, well, popping up all across the city. The only problem? There's so much to shop, and so little time (right, gift-giving procrastinators?).
If you're looking for the most unique gifts — and don't have time to devote an entire weekend — don't fret. We've done all the hard work and research for you. Ahead, you'll find a cheat sheet to the three best pop-up shops in New York City, from a Scandinavian e-tailer's Lower East Side outpost to the five-day Soho boutique of San Francisco's favorite label. Time to get out that list and check it twice (and make sure there's something for you on there, too). And, of course, don't forget to visit our very own holiday pop-up, also happening this weekend!
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Photo: Elizabeth Shrier/73 Spring Shop.
73 Spring Shop
Come for the incredible selection of gifts, stay for the insanely gorgeous decor. It's no surprise we're suffering from a serious case of apartment envy: The pop-up was organized by some of the city's most savvy decorators, including Mackenzie Horan of Design Darling, Inslee Fariss of Inslee by Design, jewelry designer Loren Hope, Alexandra Thompson of Persifor, Roxy Owens of Society Social, and Katie Schloss of Three Jane NY. In other words, it's as if your dream Pinterest board came to life.

73 Spring Shop, 73 Spring Street (between Crosby and Lafayette streets), Suite 401. Open now through Saturday, December 13; 4 to 8 p.m. on weekdays; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends.
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Photo: Elizabeth Shrier/73 Spring Shop.
A lucite monogrammed serving tray? The perfect entertaining centerpiece.
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Photo: Elizabeth Shrier/73 Spring Shop.
A rack of printed dresses — what better way to beat the winter doldrums than by dreaming of the summer months to come?
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Photo: Elizabeth Shrier/73 Spring Shop.
Cheeky and practical. We approve.
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Photo: Elizabeth Shrier/73 Spring Shop.
Neon ballerina prints by Inslee decorate the walls (and are begging to be hung in your apartment).
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Photo: Federica Dall’Orso/73 Spring Shop.
Doing work has never looked so good thanks to this Kate Spade stapler and #WhistleWhileYouWork pencils.
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Photo: Elizabeth Shrier/73 Spring Shop.
Roxy Owens added her magical interior design touch to every aspect of the store. And, while we are in love with the statement sofa and patterned chairs, we especially can't get over the eye-catching gold bar cart.
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Photo: Elizabeth Shrier/73 Spring Shop.
Fancy tons of bling? We sure do.
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Photo: Elizabeth Shrier/73 Spring Shop.
Our only question: Can we buy the 2H flower arrangements too?
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Photo: Courtesy of Tictail.
Tictail
Discover the coolest brands you never knew existed at this Lower East Side gem. There's a little bit of everything: mens and womenswear, accessories and furniture, shoes and home decor. The popular Swedish e-commerce site brings its favorite international labels to the heart of New York City, like cool Mother Eleganza sweatshirts, furry Jennie-Ellen heels, and refurbished vintage furniture from Evan Z. Crane.

Tictail, 90 Orchard Street (at Broome Street). Open now through December 20, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Merchandised like an art gallery, the store brings its community of more than 60,000 brands to life.
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Practical and universally-appealing.
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Fine china for the hostess with the mostess.
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Photo: Courtesy of Cuyana.
Cuyana
San Francisco's hottest label has officially landed in downtown Manhattan. Cuyana, founded by Shilpa Shah and Karla Gallardo, celebrates fine materials and craftsmanship: Their Italian leather goods and cozy Scottish cashmere pieces all exude the brand's farm-to-table aesthetic of sourcing and crafting textiles in their natural environment. The result? Must-have wardrobe staples that pay close attention to feminine detail and color. Plus, the space itself was designed by Taavo Somer and his agency, Friends & Family, and they'll be hosting an array of events with everyone from photographer Alice Gao to Cereal magazine. It's East Coast meets West Coast, in the best possible way.

Cuyana, 311 West Broadway (between Broome and Canal streets). Open now through Sunday, December 14, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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Photo: Courtesy of Cuyana.
Go ahead, put a monogram on it.
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A little way to celebrate the store's theme,"To New York, With Love."
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The pop-up pays close attention to detail: from the Rifle Paper Co. cards for writing special notes to the sleek orange gift boxes.
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Minimalism at its finest.
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We love the clean Scandinavian design aesthetic and the welcoming, oversized ferns throughout.
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Less is more. Always.
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Beautiful photographs add a touch of modernity to the space.
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Photo: Courtesy of Cuyana.
If you want to take a break from shopping, kick back and relax with one of the furry white blankets situated around the shop.
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