Christmas Window Display at LEO Design

The Epiphany is a Christian holiday commemorating the revelation of Christ to the Gentiles, traditionally told through the story of The Three Magi.  The holiday is also called “Three Kings Day” and some Christian denominations exchange gifts on this day.  In England, the evening before Epiphany (5 January) is called “Twelfth Night” and Epiphany is known as “The Twelfth Day of Christmas.”

At LEO Design, we usually take-down our Holiday decorations on (or about) this day.

Of course, this year, the removal of our Christmas decor will also mark the end of our last Holiday season in Greenwich Village.  After 22 years, LEO Design will be closing-down our brick-and-mortar store on 31 January (at least for now).  We will continue to sell on-line until we find a new venue for our “Handsome Gifts.”

In the meantime, the whole store is on sale!  Everything (in-store and on-line) is marked-down by at least 25%—and some things are marked even lower.  Please come into the shop to see first-hand what we still have in-stock or visit our on-line shop.

Over the remaining days, we will share photos of some of our great, remaining items—some of which can be purchased on-line.


LEO Design will be closing its doors on 31 January.  Please visit the store (or website) where all remaining merchandise is on-sale.

Our on-line shop will continue on!  Please visit www.LEOdesignNYC.com.

See new merchandise first!  Follow us on Instagram: “leodesignhandsomegifts"