Hampton - All Vines Compilation October/2017
Your Ultimate Guide to The Hamptons' Chicest Shops
Converting a 1780’s farmhouse into a retail location on Main Street in Sag Harbor seems fitting for luxury lifestyle brand, LoveShackFancy, whose soft florals, beautiful music and bounty of flowers will be sure to visually win you over. LoveShackFancy collection will include custom sweaters from Lingua Franca, stunning saris from India, sandals from Loeffler Randall, bags made in Morocco, and the namesake brand LoveShackFancy sandal in partnership with the United Nations Ethical Fashion Initiative. The Gigi Burris x LoveShackFancy accessories collaboration will launch in June with a collection of raffia hats and bags available for purchase. Since flowers are the soul of the brand, expect over the top floral installations continually refreshed all Summer.
LoveShackFancy; 117 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 1196
Lori Leven's well-collected inventory of fine jewelry, one of a kind pieces and collectibles inspired by years of traveling has made its way across to Amagansett.
Head to Love, Adorned for gifts, one-of-a-kind gems and collectibles–or if a romantic summer has you looking for a non-traditional engagement ring. From June 15th-July 15th, the shop is partnering with Mara Hoffman for a one-stop-shop, carrying a range of swimsuits and dresses along with a collaboration tote from the two brands called, Love, Mara Hoffman.
Love, Adorned; 156 Main St, Amagansett, NY 11930; 631-267-7720
Montauk's iconic beachfront resort is adding an amenity tailored to its fashion-obsessed guests for the summer months. A rotating series of pop-up shops with ocean views, dubbed Gurney's Fashion Collective, will be yet another reason for the style set to make their way to the Eastern most end of the South Shore.
For the first time ever, Gurney’s Fashion Collective will have its pop-up series beachside, right on Gurney’s private beach at the newly relaunched Beach Club. Brands will include The Daily Edited, LoveShackFancy, Kendra Scott, Galpon.Co, Panama Hats and TopShop. In addition, Gurneys has partnered with Jen Atkin’s OUAI for the first ever OUAISPACE at Gurneys, a full-service salon featuring a curated selection of multi-use products and supplements used by the likes of Kim and Khloe Kardashian. For the feel-good factor, Gurney’s has also partnered with buzzy infrared sauna brand Higher Dose, who will offer three saunas for patrons all summer long.
Gurney's Montauk & Seawater Spa; 290 Old Montauk Highway, Montauk, NY 11954; 631-668-2345
Montauk cool kid hotspot, The Surf Lodge, isn’t only known for their coveted Summer Concert series presented by Lincoln Motor Company, but also for their retail and fitness popups. This Season, be sure to check out upcoming popup shops including luxury swimmies by by George Sotelo, del Toro x Grateful Dead x Saks, , Rebag and plenty of other lifestyle brands. Fun fact: George Sotelo has designed all the Surf Lodge uniforms this season in Thorsun customized prints on surf shorts and sport shirts, all based on the sunny color palette of the resort. West coast meets East coast in the ultimate capsule collection between lifestyle brand Monrow x Surf Lodge available at the pop-up until Labor Day and various retailers such as Revolve and Shopbop after we wave goodbye to summer. In charge of the collaboration is Marisa Hochberg, Wellness Director for the Surf Lodge, stating that “Monrow’s famous Supersoft material and vintage raglan along with surf inspired words and beach town vibes keep the collection versatile- from workout to a day at Ditch Plains beach.” So, pop in for some tuna poke and an endless summer, listen to some tunes by it artists, spy plenty of celebrities including fans Malia Obama and Christie Brinkley and leave with some cool kid swag, Surf Lodge approved.
The Surf Lodge; 183 Edgemere St, Montauk, NY 11954
Pop into the Kirna Zabête's East Hampton shop for the best edits of summer must haves from brands like Dolce and Gabbana and Chloé, and trunk shows with indie labels throughout the summer. Check their website for their full list of summer event details that avid shoppers won't want to miss.
Kirna Zabête, 66 Newtown Ln, East Hampton, NY
Aerin Lauder opens her third brick and mortar boutique this season, AERIN East Hampton. Opened Memorial Day weekend, Aerin’s boutique will carry her own branded items as well as an edit of her favorite designers like Assouline, Cecile D and Le Sirenuse Positano.
Per usual, the store’s design is as fun to look at as the merchandise. Lauder worked with Daniel Romualdez to create the crisp white interiors, filled with vintage wicker chairs and Lauder’s personal accents.
AERIN East Hampton; 7 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937
For all the cool-girl staples, breezy dresses and tried-and-true favorites, head to the Reformation Beach House, back in the Hamptons for the third time around.
Like years past, the house is packed with all the summer staples you could hope for, like two piece ensembles, linen slip dresses and more. Don’t worry about over-stuffing your weekend bag; just plan to shop once you're in town, Reformation Beach House has got you covered.
Reformation Beach House; 85 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 1193
A luxe-boho aesthetic reigns over all of the offerings at Figue, whose founder Stephanie Von Watzdorf offers every and any option for the jet-setter on the hunt for the perfect print, layered texture and uniquely embroidered cover-up, dress and accessories. Head here for a seemingly statement piece that you'll find yourself easily incorporating into your wardrobe all season long.
Figue; 55 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937; 631-527-5111.
Cult favorite, Kendra Scott has opened a seasonal storefront in Southampton for its second Summer that will feature the brand’s latest Collection alongside a curated set of jewelry and home pieces from the brands most popular styles.
Kendra Scott; 44 Main Street, South Hampton, NY 1196
Clean beauty aficionados rejoice! This summer, a pop-up of Santa Monica-based skincare brand, Beautycounter, is appearing in the Hamptons. Beautycounter’s brand has banned over 1,500 ingredients that are either harmful or questionable and linked to breast cancer, learning disabilities and infertility based upon their formulations and research. Pop into this Summer shop for “do your body good” summer products that are bound to, well, actually do you good.
Beautycounter; 23 Newton Lane, East Hampton, New York
For a luxury multi-label curated concept, head to R09M (technically ROOM 09), a reconfigured guest room at Haven Montauk featuring curated luxury items like BlackSea clutches with eye catching Moroccan tile inspiration and various other home goods like rugs and poufs inspired by global travels from Morocco to Bali. This season, R09M has partnered up with PlantShed to offer plant life within the shop along with fun grammable installations all Summer long.
Haven Montauk; 533 West Lake Drive Montauk NY 11954; (631) 668 – 7000
Surf Lodge Bazaar Shop, created by Bethany Mayer (who is also behind Montauk's Surf Bazaar and co-owner of Botanica Bazaar with Leilani Bishop in Amagansett) is popping up this summer in downtown Montauk.
Bazaar Shop borrows from its namesake roots and creates a true marketplace that combines goods from all of Mayer's worlds under one roof. Fashion-forward beach and swimwear from Surf Bazaar, select clean beauty and wellness products from Botanica Bazaar and accessories and home decor from Native Bazaar all find a home here. Bazaar Shop features over 60 curated designers and brands in this clean and bright space, and is open year-round to cater to the weekend traveler as well as Montauk residents.
Bazaar Shop; 752 Montauk Highway, Montauk NY 11954
The Hamptons may be known for incredible street style paired with a laid-back beach vibe, but the interior design aesthetic of the area is almost even more defined. Easy, natural textures and clean lines are what these homes are best known for, and the perfectly decorated home goods stores scattering the South Shore are rabbit-holes worth falling down.
Boutiques like home nature, Wyeth, Ruby Beets, Monc XIII and Mecox Gardens have kept Hamptons homes perfectly curated for years, and Jayson Home's Hamptons store adds that much more to the decor shopping scene. Head there for furniture, decorative items and kitchen accessories your friends will admire all summer long.
Jayson Home Sag Harbor; 3 Madison Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963; 631-899-4994.
Former founders and buyers of Intermix, Sari Sloane and her husband Haro Keledjian, were inspired to create an all-inclusive kids retail space that was interactive, stylish and comfortable for kids to hang out. They dreamed of a space where both parents and kids have fun shopping together–and Everafter was born. The shop will carry all the top kids apparel lines including Stella McCartney, Milly and Spiritual Gangster. Each week at the East Hampton pop-up, the store will have various events such as an interactive photo booth, boomerang video booth, and a customized nail bar.
Westside, the adult side of the store, was inspired by Sari’s love of California and the ease of dressing comfortably, which is oh-so- perfect for the Hamptons. Expect curated pieces from designers like Lisa Marie Fernandez, Zimmerman and Aviator Nation.
Westside and Everafter; 51 Newton Lane, East Hampton, New York
Starting on the West Coast in San Francisco and slowly moving east with their pop-up in East Hampton, St. Frank is a collection of gorgeous ethical and authentic home luxuries, created by partnering with artisans from around the world. Here, you will find plenty of those handmade products that each reflect the cultural heritage of the communities in which they originate.
St. Frank Popup; 78 Main Street, East Hampton
Gwyneth Paltrows lifestyle brand, Goop, is stocked with brand favorites across fashion, wellness, home, and beauty, from high-end to handmade products. The space also serves as a bar and bakery with specialty cocktails by Ketel One Botanical and a daily fresh bread delivery by Eli Zabar. Limited edition in-store exclusives, like a goop x Cynthia Rowley swimwear collection, will also be popping up this summer.
Goop Sag Harbor; 4 Bay Street, Sag Harbor
Madewell might have the sweetest pop-up in the Hamptons this year, literally. The Instant Summer Tour is a collaboration with Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams where they will be sending a branded “ice cream truck” to specific locations out east on set days this summer, where shoppers can scoop up sunglasses, beauty products, hats, bags and other items also available in the store.
The ‘Instant Summer Tour’ starts on June 30 in Sag Harbor, before making its way to Amagansett and Montauk. Keep an eye on Instagram for the full schedule.
Madewell; 20 Newton Lane, East Hampton NY 11937
Insta-favorite candy brand Sugarfina popped up last summer, but only as a limited edition pop-up. Get your sweet tooth fill at their new permanent location in Southampton this year, where you can get your gummy fix all year round. There will be a design-your-own Candy Bento Box Experience, which is a fun way to personalize a sweet gift for friends or better yet, yourself.
Don’t forget, Sugarfina is usually always handing out individual gummy treats; while there, take advantage of the gratis sweets.
Sugarfina; 89 Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968
For a dose of culture, stop into the Soho-based gallery's Boo-Hooray Summer Rental and check out the vintage posters and photos that eternalize Montauk's beachside summer culture.
Founders Johan Kugelberg and Dr. Lila Wolfe curated a rare collection of books, art, and photography focusing on pop culture, underground art and punk–all available to personalize your summer rental or shop for your life back home.
Boo-Hooray; 649 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY 11954
Previously online-only turned pop-up, this design-lover's mainstay is now a permanent brick and mortar. Shop the vast product assortment across various genres at One Kings Lane, in a revamped two-story library circa 1895.
Try out their complimentary design consultation with their in-house interior designers. If you spotted something online that you were on the fence about, chances are, you will be able to find it here IRL to make your final decision.
; 11 Jobs Lane, Southampton
Los Angeles based cool kid favorite, Chaser Brand, opened a store in East Hampton last summer, making graphic and vintage tee and swimwear shopping easy and fun. Their deliciously soft tees and dresses are celebrity favorites and boast a perfect leisurely Hamptons vibe. Pack light–you may be going home with your weekender bag full of new digs.
Chaser Brand; 75 Main Street, East Hampton
Carbon38, the leading destination for women’s luxury active fashion, pops up for its second summer in Bridgehampton in a 1,9000-square foot indoor- outdoor space designed by the award-winning Montalba Architects whose work includes Isabel Marant, The Row’s Melrose Place boutique, and Nobu in Malibu. Carbon38’s Hampton’s locale will boast a highly curated selection of statement-making essentials from the company’s exclusive branded label as well as from designers such as No Ka’Oi, Cushnie et Ochs and exclusives from Ultracor, Beach Riot, Blanc Noir and ALALA. VIP guests can take advantage of Carbon38’s white-glove concierge elements which include personalized styling appointments, on-site tailoring and additional luxury services. To complete the entire guest experience, Carbon38 will host exclusive dinners, parties, fitness pop-ups and events celebrating the Carbon38 lifestyle and community.
Carbon38 Beach House; 2424 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Marni salutes New York summer opening a pop up in East Hampton, an entirely new location featuring a selection of womenswear collections, accessories and eyewear. The pop-up is defined by a wide use of color blocking with bright hues covering the walls where baby pink is alternated to acid green that recalls the Marni sign on the façade, while the fitting room area is highlighted by a vivid red. The accessories are displayed on geometric boxes covered in colored fabrics or on solid cylinders. All of the design details invite you to enjoy a relaxed lively space, where the collections are framed by Marni unique design pieces belonging to various editions of Salone del Mobile projects such as the Colombian iconic chairs in wood, metal and handwoven cords of PVC, or the striped hammocks that fill up the boutique and echoing the free spirit of an easy relaxed Hamptons summer.
Marni pop-up; 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, New York
Jimmy Choo returns to the East Hampton for its second summer leading into mid-October 2019. Kicking off the summer season in style, the East Hampton store will exclusively carry the famous LANCE JELLY. The playful jelly gladiator sandal is a youthful take on Jimmy Choo’s iconic red carpet sandal, The Lance. Additionally, the store will carry key styles from the women’s and men’s Jimmy Choo Pre-Fall ‘18 collection encapsulating both getaway style and statement evening pieces across shoes, bags and sunglasses.
Jimmy Choo pop-up; 33 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, New York
It’s all about the pop-up, even for the littlest beach-hopping fashion mavens. Nasiba Adilova is brining her high end bebe shop on the road with a pop-up retail experience in collaboration with Everafter. It’s selling offering apparel from chic kid brands like Oeuf, mindful and natural toys and gifts for babies and big kids alike.
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