As many of us get set to travel, holiday pop-ups continue apace. From Thursday to Saturday, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Dana Alikhani will have a pop-up for Muzungu Sisters, their ethical luxury-fashion website that sells products sourced from local artisans around the world. A beaded coin necklace ($225) and Sicilian basket with pompoms ($413) are among the goodies available. At 402 West 13th Street.
From Friday to Sunday, the jewelry designer Melissa Joy Manning will host a #CFDAjewels pop-up shop in her SoHo store with eight of her peers offering one-stop shopping for shiny pretty things like Lulu Frost studs ($225), a Simon Alcantara sterling silver bracelet hand-woven with spinel and ostrich feathers ($685), or one of her own one-of-a-kind black druzy free-form necklaces ($3,550). Ten percent of proceeds will be donated to the Food Bank for NYC. At 12 Wooster Street.
The tech start-up Electric Objects, which has developed the EO1, a framed high-definition 23-inch screen designed to bring digital art into the home ($499), has a pop-up showroom through Sunday where a curated selection of works by Björk, Ai Weiwei, Yacht and Sabrina Ratté are on display. At 72 Spring Street.
The Paul Kasmin Gallery PK SHOP has a seasonal-themed shop-in-shop open through Wednesday with special artist editions and designer collaborations like an Erik Parker skate deck ($100) and a Nir Hod x Yigal Azrouël cashmere scarf ($450). At 297 10th Avenue.
Hitting the Racks
The Dover Street Market second-anniversary capsule collection is chock-full of cute giftable items like a Phoebe English glitter embellished tulle jacket ($925), a Molly Goddard long-sleeve mesh top with tulle frills ($310) and Sophie Bille Brahe blue rhodium earrings with Tahitian pearls ($1,250). At 160 Lexington Avenue.
Rag & Bone is offering free monogramming on its fall Flight bag collection, which includes a leather satchel ($895) and a weekender ($1,295). At 119 Mercer Street.
Warby Parker has released a winter capsule collection that includes round frames with cool blue lenses ($195). At 121 Greene Street.
And for those heading to more tropical climes, Bergdorf Goodman has styles like a maillot with a deep V-neckline ($245) from Dion Lee [Water], a new collection from the Australian designer that highlights evening-wear details from his main line, like draped pleating, slashing and perforations, in a swimwear context.
An earlier version of this article misstated the price of Warby Parker frames from the company’s winter capsule collection. They cost $195, not $95.