2 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
This interpretation of the Prada retail experience leans into the breeziness of its new location: a row of massive, airy windows giving passersby views of the floor-to-ceiling striped interior—done in what’s become the new Prada signature palette of green and white.
140 Main St., Amagansett
Owner Elizabeth Eichner’s background is in set design, which puts the contents of her enviably chic shop into beautiful context: The bulk of the assortment is sourced from artisans, makers, and designers she’s met through her work travels.
Cove Hollow Tavern
85 Montauk Hwy, East Hampton
This new spot for a casual, super satisfying dinner out comes from the couple behind the Vine Street Café on Shelter Island.
The 1818 Collective
43 Madison St., Sag Harbor
Designers, curators, and shopkeepers Kristin Fine and Analisse Taft-Gersten make hunting for vintage furniture an adventure. Treasures from decades past are brilliantly displayed with modern pieces, art, lighting, textiles, and sweet little somethings that take all the stress out of hostess gifting.
Watches of Switzerland
60 Greene St., SoHo
The columned facade of Watches of Switzerland’s NYC boutique is unmistakable in its SoHo-ness. Inside, the original ironworks building is split into two levels of everything serious collectors, devoted horologists, and casual appreciators of good design could ever dream of.
Studio Med’s concierge health services are super efficient if you need an IV drip, a house call, or same-day bloodwork results. It serves all five boroughs, so store the number in your phone for access to specialists, last-minute care, and peace of mind.
56 The Circle, East Hampton
Founded by biologic dentist Gerry Curatola, Rejuvenation Health focuses on total-body wellness and biological dentistry. Book an appointment for allergy testing, craniosacral therapy, nutritional counseling, detox programs, and the full spectrum of dental treatments, including heavy-metal removal, BPA-free fillings, and TMJ therapy.
2466 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton
Culinary-themed retail experiences are a delicate art, and Bridgehampton’s specialty food emporium L’Épicuriste checks every box. Supremely giftable, gorgeously packaged jars of truffle sauce and flaky salt? Check. Pantry and picnic basket essentials? Check
Chanel Ephemeral Boutique
26 Newton Ln., East Hampton
Quintessential Hamptons shingles on the outside, très jolie Parisian townhouse on the inside, the Chanel Ephemeral Boutique is the absolute chicest of two incredibly chic worlds. Chanel’s signature tweed rugs, plush sofas, and crisp color palette (black, white, gold) serve as the backdrop for a tight edit of classic jewelry, bags, shoes, and ready-to-wear.
1 Main St., East Hampton
We were excited to see Cartier’s summer pop-up land on Main Street for the window-shopping opportunities alone. And without an appointment, you may be relegated to window-shopping while you wait in line.