Sag Harbor 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.
Copious Row (Closed)
27 Washington St., Sag Harbor
Complete with its own little garden and plenty of history (the space dates all the way back to the 1800s), there's something for everyone at Copious Row's inaugural brick-and-mortar shop. The largely exclusive assortment skews kind of masculine, ranging from Tom Dixon kitchen tools, to Finlay and Co. sunglasses, to antique-inspired Kent pocket combs.
goop Sag Harbor
4 Bay St., Sag Harbor
We’re back in town—Sag Harbor, to be exact. It’s our second Hamptons pop-up, and we’ve made over a traditional cottage with the help of designers Kate McCollough and Max Zinser. The result is goop’s version of the world’s chicest general store—a bright and beautiful place where you can find Prada bags, summer shoes (specifically selected by our team for the Hamptons), a freestanding Kohler bathtub full of G.Soak bath remedies, a goop-exclusive Cynthia Rowley collection of swimwear, and anything else you could possibly need for a perfect Hamptons summer. There’s more than just fashion and beauty, too: The store's garden will be stocked with freshly baked baguettes from Eli Zabar, plus potted herbs and ripe tomatoes, in case a sudden urge to have a picnic at the beach should strike.
20 Main St., Sag Harbor
The Harbor Books cozy space—they say the interior is all custom made/antique/scavenged—is the perfect retreat on a rainy afternoon, and littles can find hours of entertainment in the kids section. Owner Taylor Berry stocks the shelves with a fine balance of old classics and new releases, and the shop also serves tea, and has two resident cats.
Jayson Home (Closed)
3 Madison St., Sag Harbor
Chicago-based furniture/décor/botany institution Jayson Home has stayed put in its home town for the entirety of its existence, which is why its summer pop-up shop in Sag Harbor is a really big deal. The historic 18th-century building which houses the jewel-toned tufted couches, beechwood coffee tables, stacks of candles, and piles of plush pillows, used to be the town liquor store, and a whaling supply shop before that. We especially like the club room in the back—with its midnight-blue walls and gilded accents, it feels refreshingly un-Hamptons (in the best possible way).
13 Grand Ave., Shelter Island
This lovely shop, which happens to focus strictly on all-natural, USA-made products, recently relocated to a sweet little space on Shelter Island. In addition to Lurk, their house line of organic perfumes, the brand roster isn't particularly deep, with just a few dozen standbys—like May Lindstrom, True Nature Botanicals, and Aster & Bay—but each has been thoroughly vetted by owner/perfumer Anne Nelson Sanford. Dry goods-wise, there's shirting by California Tailor, Shawn Burke bags, and Takara jewelry.
40 Madison St., Sag Harbor
Monc 13 is an interior design store stocking eclectic, elegant, and extremely livable antique and vintage furniture, plus smaller accessories for the home.
Ruby Beets Old & New
25 Washington St., Sag Harbor
This long-standing antiques store relocated to a space that once housed a silent movie theater in Sag Harbor; its selection of pre-loved furniture and décor and art remained just as good. The "new" in Old & New refers to Domestic Science: Ruby Beets' own line of customizable furniture and textiles.
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