On Red Square shoppers will find New Year tree ornaments and painted Zhostovo trays, decorated felt boots, knitted mittens, matryoshka dolls, lacquer boxes, and Orenburg and Pavlovo Posad shawls.
Manezhnaya Square will feature watches, art glass candle holders, handmade leather items, carnival masks and New Year tree decorations.
In the pedestrian underpass between Manezhnaya and Revolyutsii squares, vendors will sell everything needed to decorate one’s home for the New Year, including vintage New Year tree ornaments made in the 1950s-1980s, and Christmas floral arrangements.
Festive table accessories – lace tablecloths, napkins, candles in peculiar candle holders and traditional craft items − will be on sale on Arbat.
On Tverskaya Street, European-made articles will be on offer, including home decorations, children’s toys and traditional Christmas treats.
In Kamergersky Pereulok, souvenirs from Mexico and Peru will be sold.
Kuznetsky Most Street will host the Christmas Designer Village in front of the TsUM department store. Pop-up stores will sell the most interesting items by young Russian designers of both famous and emerging brands, such as accessories, sweatshirts and toys.
On Pushkinskaya Square visitors will find winter must-haves to look stylish and not to get cold during walks − fashionable caps and scarves, comfortable sweaters, fluffy mittens, soft lace shawls and felt boots with applique.
The area near the Central Children’s Store on Rozhdestvenka Street will welcome little princes and princesses, with everything needed to turn the winter holidays into a fairytale – toys, carnival costumes, masks, New Year tree ornaments and Christmas stockings with treats.
On sale on Gogolevsky Boulevard, near the Christ the Savior Cathedral, will be items made by Russian convents, monasteries and churches. These are baked goods, icons, candles, wrought iron candle holders, honey, church literature, bells and New Year tree toys.