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Cool Hunting for Gap
Our pop up in NYC featuring locally-sourced goods
by Josh Rubin
on 19 November 2010
Cool Hunting for Gap

For the 2010 holiday season we're proud to introduce our first-ever pop up store, bringing together products from independent companies based in the New York region. Set in Gap's project space on 5th Avenue, the store is a Cool Hunting production from top to bottom. We hand-picked each item using the same principles—innovative design, artisan craftsmanship, social and environmental consciousness—that guide our editorial.

Cool Hunting for Gap

The resulting assortment ranges from Grado headphones to Amy Sedaris' new book to exclusive one-offs by Jonathan Adler. We've also included a series of Cool Hunting collaborations, such as limited-edition Mast Brothers chocolate and an Outlier cycling cap, along with a mini-installation of our digital content.

Cool Hunting for Gap

To come up with a space for showing all these products, we assembled a cast of local partners. ByKenyan designed the interiors, which feature decorative painting by Evolving Image and After the Barn's wood reclaimed from barns upstate. RCRD LBL put together a soundtrack of New York bands and Matt Van Ekeren designed a graphic identity.

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We're excited to be working with Gap, a pioneering retailer that redefined American fashion on a global level, to give shoppers a truly unique, local experience.

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The shop will be open seven days a week through January 2nd (except for Christmas day) and is located on 5th Avenue between 53rd and 54th Streets. Keep an eye on coolhunting.com/gap for updates on in-store events and other details about the shop.

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