Okay, Here’s The Story, Get The Perfect Last Minute Gifts That Don’t Feel So Last Minute

With Christmas a week away, stuffing a gift card in an envelope might seem like your only option, but there’s a better alternative for anyone from Harlem to Hollis!

STORY, New York’s top concept shop located at 144 10th Avenue and 19th Street, is the one-stop-shop for everyone left on your Harlem list. With the current theme of ‘Home for the Holiday’s’ shoppers can find the perfect gifts for their besties, colleagues, family, favorite foodies, fashionistas, and more.

STORY has more than 2,000 gifts from 300 small businesses and brands (plus exclusive gift items) line the walls across four themed spaces: a champagne lounge for her, a library for him, and a playroom for the kids and a kitchen with something for everyone’s taste. Additionally, shoppers can find popular gift ideas like cashmere socks from ilux and scented candles from Rosy Rings alongside fresh finds like a smart planter from Click and Grow cozy Verloop knits, and maker kits for kids.

If last minute shopping is not enough to grab your attention, check out the following STORY events:

Even better, it’s only a 15-minute train ride from Harlem.

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Photo credit: Via the This Is The Story website.

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