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Shop ’til You Drop: Levain Bakery, Pops by Haley, Barney Butter, North Fork Apparel, More

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Fall is in the air, and as we prepare for the holidays it’s time to indulge in a little pre-festivities taste testing. There’s no better place to start than in the Hamptons with our very own Levain Bakery. Even though their shop closes for the winter, you can order up their mouth-watering, densely rich cookies year-round from their website. They’re shipped swiftly to keep the cookies—often touted as the country’s best by influencers like Oprah—fresh and delicious (levainbakery.com). Eat them all or share,  as they’re packaged ready to give.

Also ready to give are Pops by Haley (popsbyhaley.com). Now that the temperatures are starting to drop, swap out your frozen treats with one of the brand’s mouthwatering cake-filled pops. We suggest ordering at least a dozen as they’re certain to be eaten up quickly.

Similarly, Barney Butter (barneybutter.com) is an optimum way to fuel for a busy day—or give your kids a healthy lunchbox treat. The brand makes some of the best almond butters using quality almonds and healthy add-ons like flax and chia seeds. In addition to a slew of flavors, the butters—all of which are almond-based—come in a variety of textures, including smooth, crunchy, bare smooth, and bare crunchy, making them ideal for baking and spreading on sandwiches and fruit. Or enjoy the butters on their own.

On the charitable front, Dillon Kab, a senior at The Ross School in East Hampton, has started Connecs, which crates programs for nonprofit organizations to help fundraise.  Her first program, Ties for a Cure, will benefit The Max Cure Foundation, a pediatric cancer charity. Connecs will sell donated merchandise (ties, in this case) with the goal of benefiting charities (tiesforacure.com, $40 per tie).

Also on the charitable side, Coobie Seamless Bra, the popular bra line designed as a one-size-fits-all comfort garment for women sized 32A to 36D, joins the struggle against breast cancer by promoting awareness and education to find a cure. For the entire month of October, 10% of sales from all “pink” bras on the site will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, whose mission is to save lives by increasing awareness through education and providing mammograms for those in need (shopcoobie.com).

Fashion-wise, North Fork Apparel (northforkapparel.com) has a new range of basics for men and women—clothing influenced by the simple and authentic lifestyle associated with Long Island’s North Fork. The collection includes hoodies, shirts, pullovers and accessories like cashmere scarves, cashmere baseball caps and cashmere throws.

The Shop at Guild Hall is reducing the price of Roy Lichtenstein-themed stock over Columbus Day weekend. All Lichtenstein merchandise will be 15% off (25% off for Guild Hall members). In addition to the museum poster, colorful signature scarves, vibrant umbrellas, fun place mats, folders and iconic “Girl with a Beach Ball” items, there are cool canvas bags and pocket mirrors. The shop is open 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday of Columbus Day weekend. Evening hours are 6–7:30 p.m. on Thursday October 8, and Friday October 9 and until 8:30 p.m. on Saturday October 10. The Shop at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806, guildhall.org

Windows and Walls Unlimited in Southampton is celebrating its 30th year. Throughout the month of October take 30% off select Hunter Douglas products. Stop by and wish them a happy anniversary on Saturday, October 10, from 2–5 p.m. They’ll be celebrating with free food and lots of fun. Come inside and take advantage of additional savings around the store. Like them on Facebook to win amazing prizes that day, including a four-night stay in Mexico. Windows and Walls Unlimited provides friendly, knowledgeable service. They are the only certified Hunter Douglas motorization dealer on the East End. Call 631-287-1515 or visit 375 County Road 39 in Southampton.

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