Gap and Cool Hunting, an art and design publication, have paired up to open a pop-up shop in New York City featuring limited-edition gifts for shoppers on a budget and more. The retail concept will be open through Jan. 2.
The pop-up shop will feature an eclectic range of items, including Anarchy in A Jar Jam and Melangerie State-By-Food tote bags, as well as kids' toys and activities such as old Sesame Street DVDs. In addition, Cool Hunting product collaborations include a Mast Brothers chocolate bar, custom-made kimono-cover skateboards by Zillion, a cycling cap from Outlier, Jawbone Jambox speaker and Marvin Watches.
"This holiday season, Gap is all about what you want and to bring that message to life for our NYC shoppers, we're partnering with the editors at Cool Hunting to create a holiday shop with the best collection of locally-sourced gifts in the city," says Marka Hansen, president of Gap North America. "We are so thrilled about this collaboration with the brilliant minds of Cool Hunting's editorial team. Together with their partners, they designed and created an incredible shop that houses New York's finest, including pieces from some of the world's most exceptional artists, designers and craftsmen."