Luxury shopping in the Hamptons was once relocated to estate kiosks and farms. You can have a home with a water view, a coveted beach ticket, locally grown organic tomatoes in the height of the season or a fresh pie. But high fashion? Not much.
Now, however, luxury fashion and home décor stores abound, and are popping up all over the East End.
Here’s our guide to the latest places to shop so you can fall through the summer season — and beyond.
Claire F. Pop-ups welcome two of her besties this summer at 249 Main St: Dôen’s modern, feminine styles will be on display in the store from June 30 through July 11, followed by handwoven linens, home goods and accessories by Heather Taylor Home from July 15 through 24. Sunshine Amagansetta new store at 303 Main Street, will host an event on June 11 for the Ali Fourni Center, a safe haven for LGBTQ+ youth.
Rebecca Taylor’s “romance redefined” summer fashion, as well as the brand’s collaboration with eco-brand Fisch, whose swimwear is designed in Saint Barts and made in Italy from refurbished fishing nets and ocean waste, can be purchased from Topping Rose House (1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike) July 1-3. Husband and wife team of Lynn Levoy and Dejan Milosavljevi are fashion veterans with a highly curated retail concept, wild pigeon, brands like Rick Owens, Comme des Garçons, R13 and Yohji Yamamoto make available at the Hamptons. The retailer will appear at the Polo Matches in Bridgehampton, at 900 Lumber Lane, on July 23-30.
Valentino Back to the beach, albeit in a new location at 53 Main St. , offering colorful crocheted crochet hats, bags, slides, and sports bags. Alison Low Open for the season at 38 Newtown Lane, with a selection of playful jewelry perfect for a bronzed finish, including Loucite, the latest fine jewelry collection, Groovy, and personalized pieces that make great gifting. Just down the block, at 66 Newtown Lane, the West And the forever are destinations along (from the founders of Intermix) for California-inspired fashion, accessories, and gifts for women, children, and teens. Celebrity-favorite artist Hunt Slonim, whose work has attracted Hollywood collectors such as J Lo, Mandy Moore, Brooke Shields, Kate Hudson and Sharon Stone, will have a ‘hop-up’ store in The Barn in East Hampton Gardens (16 Gingerbread Lane), full of home decor designs featuring the famous bunnies, butterflies, and parrots, this Labor Day. Joanna Buchanan He’ll also be in the gardens the weekend of June 25 with everything you need for a summer party, including melamine plates, crochet place mats, and other coastal decor. EHP Resort & Marina is the place to dream about Dolce & GabbanaThe brand’s pop-up, from July 1 to September 5, showcases exclusive pieces inspired by the brand’s Blu Mediterraneo collection.
lingua franca Re-opening at Crow’s Nest at 4 Old West Lake Drive this season, showcasing its signature hand-knitted costumes emblazoned with fun phrases and exclusive patterns this year from Edie Parker (colorful acrylic bags with “ditch”, “end” and “mtk” on them) . The Surf Lodge turn 183 Edgemere Street into an approved shopping destination; This year began with a “Brazil Edit” store featuring brands like Adriana Degreas and Serpui, followed by a series of pop-ups from Maje, Bloomingdale’s x Studio 189, swimwear Andie, Helmut Lang, Amanda Uprichard, Rails and even home retailer Aarhaus, who will take over from September 20 to October 2 with a focus on fall decor.
attention Louie Fans, your beloved Spanish brand will be created at Ryland Life Equipment (155 Main St.), to highlight her Paula’s Ibiza capsule of festive Balearic summer staples (for folks who might wear platform sandals, trendy basket bags and fringed shirts). Elevate your fine jewelry with Sorrelina, Emily B Wheeler, Gina Blake and more, found at the sevenThe pretty and very pink pop-up, designed by Blake Brunson, runs until September 13th at 8 Main St. Palm Beach newcomer via Coquina He’s ventured north with a plethora of artisanal fashion and home designs – everything from one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, jewelry, kaftans, woven beach bags, and home accessories to a drugstore of artisan soaps, candles, and olive oils from the Mediterranean – now hidden in 26 Madison Street.
thing and thing He will present new, collage-like textile designs (covers, tablecloths, and the like) by artist Megumi Shona Arai, along with ceramics from Insta-favorite gardener, photographer and potter Francis Palmer, at the charming Madoo Conservancy (garden with historic structures at 618 Sag Main Street, Established in 1967 by artist and writer Robert Dash) from May 27 to June 25.
Alfredo Paredes Shelter Island Shop in Ram Design Home, 181 N. Ferry Road, an American-made collection of timeless and ultra-chic furniture from beloved design and former CEO Ralph Lauren. Besides Paredes’ special pieces, the shop features an eclectic collection of artwork and objects for the home, including photography from the Robin Rice Gallery, ceramics from local islander Lily Hoffman, and textiles from Rogers and Juvigon. while, Marni Back to Sunset Beach Hotel (35 Shore Road) from May 27 to September 15, with the delightful Marni Marine boutique featuring one-of-a-kind pieces and Marni Market furniture as well as the current Spring Summer 2022 collection for men, women and children.
homepublishedA haven of upscale home furnishings in soothing neutral shades, hosts Tina Fry Summer Storean ultra-colorful pop-up of San Francisco-based modern resin tableware and accessories that makes excellent hostess gifts, on 6 Main Street from June through September.