The Shops at The Plaza have partnered with Madison Square Garden Entertainment this holiday season. Shoppers who purchase $300+ worth of merchandise will rece
ive two free tickets to Cirque du Soleil's Wintuk (through Jan. 3) or The Radio CityChristmas Spectacular (through Dec. 30). Also for the holiday season, Rosenthal has opened a pop-up boutique on The Shops at The Plaza's grand concourse, featuring a photography exhibit by Karl Lagerfeld.
The shops offer many unique and made-to-order products, including custom, handmade Italian haute couture and bridal gowns by Francesco Fino; custom shirts, suits and accessories for women and men by Seize Sur Vingt; one-of-a-kind jewelry creations by Anna Hu; and chic, luxurious scarves, sweaters, and outerwear by Qiviuk.
The Shops at the Plaza Through Dec. 24
The Plaza Hotel, Central Park South & Fifth Ave.,
Rockefeller Center is hosting two seasonal stores catering to holiday shoppers. The first is the Lionel Electric Trains Holiday Store, which offers an array of toys, collectibles, and accessories associated with model railroading. The store also features several active layouts, celebrity-signed trains on sale to benefit charities, and appearances by Lionel's mascot Lenny. Open weekdays, 10am-9pm; weekends, 11am-7pm.
And the Swarovski Holiday Kiosk is featuring a selection of Swarovski jewelry and ornaments, including the Annual Edition Ornament and a full-scale replica of the famous Swarovski star that tops Rockefeller Center's Christmas tree.
Lionel Electric Trains Through Jan. 5
30 Rockefeller Plaza (50th St. btw. Fifth & Sixth Aves.), 212-782-3388; lionelnewyork.com
Swarovski Holiday Kiosk Through the holiday season
North Rockefeller Plaza (50th-51st Sts. btw. Fifth & Sixth Aves.), 800-426-3088.
The Holiday Market at Union Square and The Holiday Market at Columbus Circle each boast more than 100 vendors this year, offering gifts in all different categories, including decorative home products; children's, women's, and men's apparel and accessories; fine art; toys; and a variety of handmade and locally-made items such as jewelry and ornaments. Both markets also feature a Market Concierge to answer questions about the markets and the surrounding neighborhoods.
The Holiday Market at Union Square is open Mon.-Fri., 11am-8pm; Sat., 10am-8pm, Sun., 11am-7pm. The Holiday Market at Columbus Circle is open Mon.-Sat., 10am-8pm; Sun., 10am-7pm. Hours lengthen closer to Christmas Eve.
The Holiday Market at Union Square Through Dec. 24
14th St. & Broadway, 212-529-9262; urbanspacenyc.com.
The Holiday Market at Columbus Circle Through Dec. 24
Central Park South at Central Park West, 212-529-9262; urbanspacenyc.com
The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park feature more than 125 artisans, boutique-style shops, and specialty food stores from around the world. New vendors include celebrity metalsmith Wendy Culpepper, offering handcrafted designer jewelry; Paradis Found Designs, whose one-of-a-kind children's hats, jackets, and clothing are made from vintage camp blankets and chenille bedspreads; and Tedde's modern, designer-made bears "stuffed with personality." Also part of the fun is free ice skating at The Pond.
The shops are open Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, Mon.-Fri., 11am-8pm; Sat., 10am-9pm; Sun., 10am-6pm; Dec. 14-23, open daily 10am-10pm.
The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park Through Jan. 3
40th-42nd Sts. btw. Fifth & Sixth Aves., 212-768-4242; shop.bryantpark.org.