Zady’s is a Departure from the Typical Pop-up Shop

By  December 04, 2013

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Zady, the shopping platform and lifestyle destination for conscious consumers who care about the origins of the products that they purchase, is making it even easier for frequent fliers to handle their holiday shopping on the go.

The e-commerce site opened its very first pop-up shop—a huge step for the not quite four-month-old company toward a permanent brick-and-mortar location—in New York City’s Delta LaGuardia Airport, Terminal D, where some of the hottest chefs in NYC, like Andrew Carmellini, Jim Lahey, Jason Denton, have created restaurants.

“We are excited to provide our customers with an opportunity to interact in-person with the beautiful products that make up Zady and to tell the story behind these brands in a new way,” Zady’s co-founder Maxine Bèdat said. “The Zady holiday pop-up is another way for us to reach our customers directly, creating a community of like-minded, conscious consumers who are looking for more out of the items they purchase,” added co-founding partner Soraya Darabi.

A portion of every purchase will be donated to Zady’s non-profit partner, The Bootstrap Project, which works to promote centuries-old crafts and customs from around the world. With a variety of gifts to chose from brands like Marisa Haskell, Clare Vivier, and Haute Papier, who wouldn’t be tempted to pick something up?

We’d definitely have to check out this Brandy Pham Needle Bar necklace. It’s practically begging for us to layer it.

The pop-up shop is located in LaGuardia Airport, Terminal D until January 4th and is open Sunday through Saturday 6 a.m. until the final daily departure time.