The Hamptons Shops
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.
2400 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton
The whitewashed space is neatly stocked with Lumity, Georgia Louise, and Oralane plus #goodcleangoop favorites like Pursoma, Vintner’s Daughter, Moon Juice, and Odacite.
Heidi Klein (Closed)
76B Jobs Ln., Southampton
Started by two women (Heidi Gosman and Penny Klein) in Notting Hill in 2002, this British-based resort-wear brand and shop now has a handful of locations around the globe, but this is the only Stateside spot. Come here for your weekend wardrobe: halter one-piece suits, kaftans, beach bags, and jumpsuits.
53 Jobs Ln., Southampton
For the third summer in a row, Cabana Southampton is returning with an East End pop-up. The clean, minimalist store is known for their great luxury clothing pieces and home décor geared toward summer, with brands like Matt Bernson, Sandoval, Anine Bing, and Assembly lining the shelves.
41 Main St., East Hampton
The epitome of the neighborhood bookstore, BookHampton has been a presence in East Hampton in various incarnations for more than 40 years. Now, thanks to a new owner and a top-to-bottom renovation last summer, it’s introducing even more titles and space for special literary events and guest speakers. The generous teen-lit section is a gold mine for keeping the 12-to-18 set occupied.
19 Pond ln., Southampton
This natural-materials-focused furniture and décor shop has two beautifully appointed shops (the second location is on Main Street), 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.
91 Main St., Southampton
This shop is housed in the former BookHampton building, in a reimagined space with exposed-brick walls, lived-in wood flooring, and a pressed-tin ceiling. Clothes from brands like A.P.C. and Helmut Lang hang from industrial copper pipes, alongside a tight selection of art pieces, books, and furniture. There's a solid assortment for littles, too.
55 Main St., East Hampton
Stephanie von Watzdorf founded her travel-inspired, “gypsy-meets-jet-set” lifestyle brand, Figue—named for the fig, her favorite fruit from her native Italy—after graduating from Parsons The New School for Design and working with fashion powerhouses like Giorgio Armani and Yves Saint Laurent. The result: a full range of separates and accessories tinged with various cultural references that somehow manage to form a totally cohesive collection. The East Hampton location is actually Figue's only brick-and-mortar outside NYC—and while it's easy to find them online, it's worth popping into the shop, too, as they usually reserve a few exclusive pieces for in-person customers.
20 Main St., East Hampton
Considering how very Hamptons-appropriate their shoes are (colorful pom-pom flats, neutral stilettos, espadrilles, etc.), it's pretty surprising that Aauazzura hasn't had a pop-up shop in the Hamptons until now. In addition to the shoes, the interior is every bit the summery shop—dark wood floors, bright white furniture, and hot-pink floral wallpaper.