The Hamptons Shops
AYR Beach House
25 Madison St., Sag Harbor
True to its name (AYR is short for All Year Round), this versatile collection offers clean-lined pieces perfect for any season. Founders Jac Cameron and Maggie Winter created the line to bring a mix of high-quality and affordability to the market. We're partial to the easy linen dresses, structured wrap coats, and (we must say) some of the best-fitting, perfectly broken-in jeans around.
53C Jobs Ln., Southampton
With its easy, summertime pieces (think: swimwear, cover-ups, and wraps) and comfortable, romantic lingerie, it was only a matter of time before this lifestyle brand made its way to the Hamptons. The pop-up shop carries the complete collection, including its mini line for children, for which we may be the most excited about.
ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo
20 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
Anthony Thomas Melillo's eponymous line is the result of his original quest to create the perfect t-shirt. His loungewear collection exudes a simple, easy-to-wear aesthetic that offers ideal basics and weekend wear with sophisticated lines and quality fabrics. The East Hampton boutique stays true to the brand's DNA, with its sleek decor and neutral palette.
Copious Row Beach
28C Jobs Ln., Southampton
A staple for women's accessories, fine jewelry and ready-to-wear in Greenwich, CT, Copious Row brings its well-curated mix to Southampton with its second location, Copious Row Beach. With interiors exuding a modern beach vibe, the boutique features pieces by varied designers such as Lisa Marie Fernandez, Sonia Rykiel, and Rosetta Getty.
One Kings Lane
5 Main St., Southampton
We've long been admirers of One Kings Lane, often referencing the site for design inspiration and luxury steals. Now the coveted home décor and furniture retailer has an official brick-and-mortar presence in Southampton. True to OKL style of mixing old with new, the store is housed in the former Rogers Memorial Library, a historic 19th century Hamptons landmark, and features a mix of goods for the home including its exclusive collection. Studio designers are on hand to offer complimentary design advice.
Reformation Beach House
85 Main St., East Hampton
If you're looking for a little white dress or bohemian summery blouse, look no further. Reformation, the LA-based sustainable brand that speaks to the urban cool girl, has set up its first beach-side location in East Hampton. The collection is made with efficient, eco-friendly technologies and practices, yet each piece is feminine and unique–with an appealing price point.
Boo-Hooray Summer Rental
805 Montauk Hwy., Montauk
Husband-and-wife team Johan Kugelberg and Dr. Lila Wolfe, owners of the NYC archiving company Boo-Hooray, have brought their love of counter-culture to the East End this summer with this combined art boutique-gallery. The duo is showcasing some of their featured books and posters that preserve rare 20th and 21st century art and cultural movements, in tandem with hosting weekly art exhibits and events. Their inaugural exhibit, "Vintage Surf Posters & Ephemera," offers a dose of history with a side of nostalgia.
67 Main St., East Hampton
While they have outposts around the country, Bluemercury's shop in East Hampton also offers Chantecaille and La Mer facials. You can find some of our favorite clean brands here, including Tata Harper and RMS Beauty.
14 Amagansett Sq., Amagansett
This clean, minimalist beauty shop in Amagansett square (you'll know it by the pink neon pharmacy cross—a nod to French pharmacies) stocks its light pine shelves with all the best luxury clean beauty lines—RMS Beauty, Tata Harper, Shiva Rose, and more. An added bonus is that the owners, model Leilani Bishop and Bethany Mayer (of Surf Bazaar), are year-round residents—so there's a permanence to the shop that you won't find in summer-only pop-ups.
6 Main St., Southampton
This natural-materials-focused furniture and décor shop has two beautifully appointed shops (the second location is on Pond Lane), rife with everything from plush couches to elegant hostess gifts (with a bit of vintage sprinkled in for good measure). While Homenature’s roots are firmly planted in Southampton, the Manhattan store is a great option for city dwellers.
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