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TOM DIXON, 19 Howard Street: Tom Dixon’s stunning 3 story store will be dressing their elevator for guests to take a holiday snaps – for the best holiday snaps they’ll be gifting Block Watches. Hot cider and champagne will be on offer along with discounted sales.
ROLL AND HILL, 3 Mercer Street: Offering drinks and discounts all evening.
THE REFORMATION, 23 Howard Street: A fun festive holiday photo booth with Christmas props and holiday drinks.
11 HOWARD HOTEL, 11 Howard Street: 11Howard will be offering wine, beer and Prosecco and also featuring F&B manager’s Dominick’s Exquisite Hot Chocolate (with a special “spike”) in the hotel library.
OPENING CEREMONY, 35 Howard Street: Opening Ceremony will be extending store hours for some late-night shopping from 6-9pm. All sales will benefit the KIND (Kids in Need of Defense), a leading non-profit organization whose goal is to ensure that no refugee or immigrant child faces immigration court in America alone.
To top it off, Desi Santiago will be spinning tunes, and Perrier and Tiger Beer will be served.
AWAY, 39 ½ Crosby Street: Away will be offering free monogrammed luggage tags with purchase, along with festive desserts, cocktails as well as a photo booth onsite.
CANAL STREET MARKET, 265 Canal Street: Canal Street Market, is a brand new highly curated multi-vendor retail space and eatery highlighting top purveyors and creators located in the booming junction where Chinatown meets SoHo/Tribeca. Spread over 12,000 square feet, Canal Street Market features an eclectic mix of 23 rotating artist & brand booths with a strong emphasis on artisanal, locally produced products and a large newsstand/coffee shop curated by Office Magazine. Canal Street Market seeks to redefine the traditional “street market” by offering the community a new lifestyle experience, conceived and conceptualized with the modern urban consumer in mind.
For the Holiday Block Party, Canal Street Market will offer:
– DJ’s Coco & Breezy
– Store wide 10% discount
– Live Art installation by Emily Johnston
MICHELE VARIAN LIFESTYLES SHOP, 27 Howard Street: One of the founding shops of the Crosby/Howard St. shopping neighborhood in Soho. Michele Varian opened at the end of 2001 and has expanded to carry not just her own collections of home.
UGLY SWEATER CONTEST – bring or wear (you’ll have to put it on for a photo) to enter the contest
$500 Gift Certificate to the owner of the Ugliest Sweater, panel of judges to be announced!
Winner will be announce on December 16th.
Everyone, ugly sweater or not, can have a cup of hot cider – virgin or with rum!
OUTDOOR VOICES, 251 Centre Street: Outdoor Voices is an active lifestyle brand that makes technical apparel for recreation. Founded on the belief that fitness doesn’t have to be defined by performance, Outdoor Voices embraces activity with ease, humor, and delight.
Stop by from 6–8pm for cool refreshments and light bites from their pals at Mimi Cheng’s – they’ll have Doing Things hats on hand for visitors, while supplies last!
THE ARRIVALS, 5 Crosby Street: Untethered by the industry status quo, The Arrivals was born in the Fall of 2014 with the idea that supremely elevated products should exist at an honest price. They have no retailers, no middlemen taking their cut and no markups. Instead we carefully craft each of our outerwear pieces with the highest-quality manufacturers across the world. They’ve received press acclaim from outlets including Vogue, W Magazine, Refinery29, Hypebeast, and Core77, to name a few.
– Entertainment: DJ Chapman spinning on site from 6-9pm
– Drinks: Provided by Stella Artois
– Promotion: THE ARRIVALS Black Card will be gifted to everyone who visits the store during Block Party.
o Surprise value between $25-$100 credit on all Black Cards
o Value revealed upon checkout.
LUNYA, 127 Grand Street: Join Lunya and their founder, Ashley Merrill, for a night cap at their first ever pop up shop. There will be surprises (until they’re gone!), delights and experts on hand to help you find the perfect fit for you, or someone special on your list.
SLEEPY JONES, 25 Howard Street: Sleepy Jones pajamas, the Floyd platform bed, and a daring unofficial world record attempt. At 7:30 pm, Sleepy Jones will play host to a bold attempt to set a world record for jumping up and down on a bed.
A collaboration between Sleepy Jones, maker of luxury pajamas and lougewear, and Floyd of Detroit, maker of well-built American-made bed frames, the event will take place in the front window of the Sleepy Jones store at 25 Howard Street. There for all to see, two brave participants clad in Sleepy Jones pajamas will attempt to jump as many times as possible on a Floyd platform bed.
Drinks will be served and shoppers will receive 15% off of their purchase.
Post-event bed jumping on a first-come, first serve basis.