The Hamptons Shops
The Line (Closed)
154 Main St., Amagansett
We're big fans of Vanessa Traina Snow’s permanent brick-and-mortar shops in NYC and LA, so we were excited to hear that she picked the Hamptons for her first seasonal store. Similar to the other two retail locations, the pop-up space is designed like an apartment you can shop in real life, from the rugs, to the shelving, to the beauty products in the bathroom.
Jenni Kayne (Closed)
2 Main St., Southampton
This summer store—a pop-up in Southampton—is classic Jenni Kayne: housed in an airy, open space with neutral and white decor, it offers a tight edit of classic apparel and the latest summer collection, plus apothecary and ceramic pieces for the home. (Her permanent locations include the Brentwood Country Mart and West Hollywood in LA, as well as Santa Barbara.)
10A Jobs Ln., Southampton
Lia Kes grew up in a kibbutz in Northern Israel, learning to sew at an early age in the community's shared workshop. While she's very into luxurious fabrics (silks, leather, etc.), her shapes are inspired by her simple upbringing—comfortable, easy, and minimalist. In short, just the kind of breezy beachwear that's perfect for the Hamptons; this is her only shop outside the city.
53 Main St., East Hampton
The concept here is really cool: Splurge on a high-tech Peloton stationary bike (under $2,000), and then tune into their indoor cycling classes (Tracy Anderson, cover your eyes!) anytime you want (you can stream a live class, or watch one that’s been pre-recorded at their Chelsea studio) for $39/month. Whether you’re a spin fan or not, the attached boutique has great luxury sports gear from brands like Beyond Yoga, Pret-a-Surf, VPL, and the Hamptons-based Pheel.
Pilgrim Surf Supply
4 Amagansett Sq., Amagansett
The surfboards at this shop are hands down stunning—they could almost double as art. There’s also plenty of surf-inspired beach basics for men and women, including Vans, bikinis, and shorts. (Basically, it’s all stuff you’d want your significant other to wear at the beach.)
55 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
This British brand of tailored swimwear made its first foray onto American soil with a summer pop-up in East Hampton, later landing in a permanent spot here. You’ll find mix-and-match swimwear for women, classic boardshorts for guys, and all sorts of bright, preppy basics for casual beach days.
78 Main St., East Hampton
From gifts for newborns to supreme everyday basics (bottles, strollers, and diapers), this is a one-stop shop for all things baby. This being the Hamptons and all, the selection is definitely of the luxe variety, featuring brands like Bugaboo, Stokke, Ergo, and Uppababy, all hand-picked for their looks as well as their durability.
44B Main St., Southampton
No matter what NYC fitness cult you subscribe to, exercise is a daily fixture out in the Hamptons and this shop is dedicated to outfitting the endeavor. Owner Jennifer Bandier gathers luxe brands like Live the Process, Lucas Hugh, and Adidas by Stella McCartney along with the requisite Beats headphones and Nikes to finish off the outfit.
Tiina The Store
216 Main St., Amagansett
While Tiina has been in the Hamptons since 2012, we never realized it was there, until Michael Kors tipped us off to the treasures inside. It’s owned by a former stylist, who deftly mixes pieces from Crippen, The Elder Statesman, and Dosa, in a primarily black, white, and navy palette. There are tons of great gifts here, including Comme des Garçons polka-dot wallets, baby vests from Makie, and simple Iittala glasses.
Zimmerman East Hampton
27 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
Though this Australian label may take most of its inspiration from Bondi Beach, the aesthetic works perfectly out in the Hamptons: At this summer-only pop-up, you can shop a full expression of the brand, from its floral patterned bikinis to ethereal, floor-skimming gowns.