SHOP ‘TIL YA DROP | THE ULTIMATE HOLIDAY SHOPPING GUIDE / by Brackett Bilodeau

Image courtesy of getthegloss.com

Image courtesy of getthegloss.com

This year, it’s all about the balance between niche and icon. We’ve hand-selected our top shopping destinations for all things holiday in the spirit of giving (and wish-listing).

 

MIN NEW YORK

This SoHo apothecary is among the city’s most unique olfactory experiences, offering a selection of rare fragrances and knick-knacks from around the world. From signature scents and members-only bespoke perfumes to fine grooming accessories and the prettiest bone china candles we ever did see, heading to this store is an experience in itself.

117 Crosby Street between Prince and Jersey Streets

 

BERGDORF GOODMAN

Yet another at the top of our New York staples list. Whether taking the afternoon to peruse the iconic windows, wander floor after floor, or shop remotely via the site’s curated gift collections, it’s always a good idea to make BG a holiday must-see.

754 Fifth Avenue at 58th Street

 

MIANSAI

Those screw bracelets on wrists aplenty throughout the city? That’s Miansai, a Miami-born jewelry and accessory company that should be on every list this year. Browse the unmistakable signature designs here.

33 Crosby Street between Broome and Grand Streets

 

BARNEYS

Okay, we’re stating the obvious here. Barneys is certainly a staple year-round, but this season’s curated gift selection is almost too cool to handle. Check it out via the site, and don’t forget to stop by for a gander at the holiday windows.

660 Madison Avenue at 61st Street

 

BYREDO

From Stockholm to the big city, Ben Gorham’s whimsy has made its mark on Wooster Street with this year’s opening of Byredo’s very first New York brick-and-mortar. Make this a top destination for cult-favorite scents, beautifully crafted leather goods, and home fragrances perfect for any setting.

62 Wooster Street between Spring and Broome Streets

 

GOOP MRKT

Gwyneth’s blog has come to life in an enchanting space within the Time Warner Center, a haven for shoppers with an eye for design. The pop-up, designed by Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of Roman and Williams, boasts quite the collection of clothing, accessories, home goods, and all things GP.

10 Columbus Circle at 59th Street (inside Time Warner Center)

 


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