Shopping & Style

What’s New on the Hamptons Shopping Scene for 2015

What’s new in the Hamptons for all of you discerning shoppers and epicures? So much! Things are heating up all over—deliciously, gloriously, fabulously. It’s hot, hot, hot!

Blow Hampton is now Blow Beauty Bars. In addition to  $40 blowouts, cuts and coloring services are now offered in Bridgehampton and East Hampton, and eyebrow waxing is offered in East Hampton. Blow Beauty Bars are located at 59 The Circle, East Hampton and 2462 Main St, Bridgehampton. For more info, visit blowbeautybars.com.

Following the opening of its new restaurant last summer, the Bridgehampton Inn has continued to expand. The inn now features an upgraded dining room, and six new guest rooms are available. Additionally, the Loaves & Fishes Cookshop has moved from its former Main Street location to the ground floor of the Inn. The Bridgehampton Inn and the Loaves & Fishes Cookshop are at 2266 Main St, Bridgehampton. Visit bridgehamptoninn.com.

Brogan Lane Design has opened a showroom at 197 Madison Street in Sag Harbor, with services in interior design, real estate development, and home staging. To see Brogan’s designs and learn more, visit broganlane.com

The former location of DASH (64 Jobs Lane, Southampton) is now home to Country Club Prep, the one stop online retailer for preppy apparel. This pop-up shop will feature one of Country Club Prep’s bestselling brands each month, supplemented with other brands such as Jack Rogers and Julie Vos. Expect happy hours, live music, and other events throughout the summer. To shop online, visit countryclubprep.com.

Crinoline Fashion Boutique, a women’s clothing store, has opened at 449 Main St in Greenport. Call 631-477-6767 for details.

East Wind will be unveiling a quaint shopping village called The Shoppes this summer. Adjacent to the Inn & Spa at East Wind, the Shoppes will include over 30 retail stores that will offer boutique shopping, great eateries, and fun entertainment for children. Visit theshoppesateastwind.com
for more information.

Local sisters Lisa and Cara Rooney have opened a new boutique, Girltauk, sharing a storefront with Keogh at 10a Jobs Lane in Southampton. The boutique is targeted toward “every girl” and features bohemian to sophisticated styles at a reasonable price. Follow @girltauk on Instagram.

Newly partnered with Sotheby’s International Real Estate, The Hamptonite Club is reopening for the summer. In addition to their regular services like luxury lifestyle concierge services, the new partnership now allows the company to offer assistance with vacation rentals and real estate investments of the Hamptons’ most exclusive and sought after properties. For more information and for membership inquiries, visit hamptoniteclub.com.

The prior location of BookHampton in Sag Harbor (20 Main Street) is now home to Harbor Books. The store offers a selection of fiction, nonfiction, magazines, and newspapers, and features book signings by favorite authors. For more information, call Harbor Books at 631-808-340.

Home Goods has opened in Wainscott, providing Hamptonites with everything they need to decorate their homes. Home Goods is located at 368 Montauk Highway. Call 631-537-1308 for additional information.

L’OBJET has opened its first-ever boutique, L’OBJET a la Plage. Conceptualized by L’OBJET Founder & Creative Director Elad Yifrach, the store represents the best of summer living. Everything from custom surfboards decorated with Renaissance art to handmade Italian beach chairs is available. L’OBJET a la Plage is located at 9 Main Street in Southampton.

Lullanest is back for a second summer with new programming, partnerships, products and décor for 2015. This one-stop, no hassle shop is the only all-inclusive baby merchandise store in the Hamptons that caters to chic, in-the-know parents who are looking for the latest, highest quality baby products. Lullanest is located at 78 Main Street in East Hampton. For more info, call
631–527–3507 or visit lullanest.com.

Newly reopened this month is Phoebe & Belle, a boutique inspired by the North Fork of Long Island. Phoebe & Belle is located at 37070 Main Road in Cutchogue. Visit phoebeandbell.com or call 631-765-5120 for more information.

MissoniHome can now be found at Pomme (94 Main Street, Southampton). Interior designer Roxane Mosleh has worked with MissoniHome for three years and is now incorporating all of the brand’s current and classic designs in her new multi-brand shop. For more information, call 631-353-3700

The Riverhead Vacuum and Sewing Center has expanded to include a new quilt shop, which offers lessons to quilters at all skill levels. Riverhead Vacuum and Sewing Center is located at 31 East Main Street in Riverhead. To sign up for a lesson or for more information, call 631-727-1550.

Joey Wolffer, co-owner of Wolffer Estate Vineyard, has started a brick-and-mortar store called The Road We Travel. The Road We Travel is located at 25 Madison Street in Sag Harbor.

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