A Girl´s Guide to Holiday Shopping in SoHo, NYC

Holiday shopping made easier!

The famous neighborhood of New York City has since ’70s and ’80s evolved into one of the city´s prime shopping districts. Even though SoHo (South of Houston Street) still features galleries, the area is matching the luxury boutiques with independent-designer outposts that gives the are it´s famous character. Here’s your guide to what’s new in SoHo retail—including holiday pop-ups—and noteworthy permanent retailers. When all that shopping becomes exhausting, visit one of the restaurants or bars on the list for a well-deserved break.


Pop Ups/New in 2017:

  • Bershka Pop Up (opened October 2017) – Zara’s more affordable sister brand. 580 Broadway.
  • Shinola (opened June 2017) – Luxury items including just released headphones. 101 Prince Street.
  • VLTN  Pop up (opened October 2017) – Athletic wear resort line from Valentino fearing limited edition items. Closes 11/26. 121 Spring Street.
  • Maison Kitsune (opened October 2017) – Parisian fashion and electronic music record label. 248 Lafayette.
  • Shamballa Jewels (opened September 2017) – Danish fine jewelry company. 170 Mercer.
  • Armani Box Pop-up (opened November 2017) – The brand’s first NYC pop-up store includes the entire product range. Closes 12/31. 490 Broadway.A Girls Guide To Holiday Shopping in SoHo, NYC
  • YSL Beauty Pop-up (opened October 2017) – Customize your favorite YSL Beauty Lipsticks and Fragrances. Closes 12/31. 490 Broadway

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Noteworthy Stores:

  • Moncler– Luxury puffer coats for everyone – including the dog. 90 Prince Street.
  • Supreme– Streetwear and skate brand with a cult following. 274 Lafayette Street.
  • KITH– Multifunctional lifestyle brand for both men and women. 337 Lafayette Street
  • SONOS– Flagship for the wireless home sound systems company. 101 Greene Street.
  • Bathing Ape– Japanese fashion brand known for limited edition collaborations. 91 Greene Street.
  • Opening Ceremony– Iconic and emerging homegrown designers. 35 Howard Street.


Take a Break For a Bite or a Beverage:

  • *Soft opening Nov. 15thStar Wars-inspired Dark Side Bar serves coffee during the day before becoming a speakeasy lounge in the evening. 201 Lafayette St.
  • The Handy Liquor Bar– Features a time-honored cocktail list inspired by the classics. 527 Broome Street.
  • Von– Neighborhood spot for a drink and conversation. 3 Bleecker Street.
  • The Ship– Nautically-inspired and spacious underground speakeasy. 158 Lafayette Street.
  • Le Coucou– Critically-acclaimed French restaurant. 138 Lafayette Street.
  • De Maria– All day café. 19 Kenmare Street.
  • Pasquale Jones – Delicious pizza from the Charlie Bird team. 187 Mulberry Street
  • Blue Ribbon Sushi – Original outpost of the popular sushi restaurant. 119 Sullivan St.

Travelers tip: A Peshtemal, turkish hamam towel that is also being used as a scarf and plaid will keep you warm and prepared for chilly evenings, get yours here! Use discount WKND15 at the checkout to get 15% off!



Merih Thea

"Details is what separates good from great." Merih is founder and editor-in-chief of Getstyled.net. She is also digital PR & social media strategist for various fashion,- beauty,- and lifestyle brands. You can follow her digital footprints at Instagram @thedigitalstar & Twitter @the_digitalstar. Love & Cheers!

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