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.
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.
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.)
Jue Lan Club (Closed)
268 Elm St., Southampton
The Hamptons isn't exactly known for its Chinese food, which made the opening of Jue Lan Club in Southampton—the original location is in NYC’s Flatiron district—especially noteworthy. The food here is upscale-Chinese, both classic and modern, which translates to spare ribs and pork fried rice or “drunken” black bass with chiles and braised oxtail with bao buns. Jue Lan Club also brought its night scene to Southampton: It’s open until 4am on the weekends, as the club-ish attachment of the restaurant, known as The Barn (which also serves as an art space), gets going sometime after 11pm.
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.
43-45 Windmill Ln., Southampton
Both a salon and spa, this place has been around forever and offers a range of services from hair to makeup to massage. They also do house calls.
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.
3×1 Denim (Closed)
44A Main St., Southampton
We've been pretty vocal about our love for 3x1 denim, so much so that we stocked the goop shop with some of our favorite pieces. That said, we wholeheartedly encourage an in-person visit to the Southampton boutique. It's one of two brick-and-mortar locations for the brand and offers the same made-to-order denim services as the Soho shop. The process goes something like this: get fitted, choose a denim from the 35-strong fabric wall (they source the finest raw and selvedge denim from all over the world), pick your stitch, thread, pocket lining, etc., then wait three weeks for your custom pair to be produced at the Mercer Street workshop.
L’Objet à la Plage
9 Main St., Southampton
This was the first stand-alone shop for home brand L'Objet, and while luxe, globally sourced décor and objets-d'art are founder-slash-curator Elad Yifrach's specialty, there's plenty on offer that's unique to the Hamptons: think one-of-a-kind Fortuny surfboards, Martone Cycling bikes, and a home fragrance collab with Obeah NYC.
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