If you’re on the North Fork, you need to check out Phoebe & Bell in Cutchogue. The lifestyle store carries high quality, easygoing designs for the home, inspired by the spirit of the North Fork. They’ve got some gorgeous indigo napkins in a variety of patterns to suit any summer table, as well as a set of adorable teak whale spreaders (So cute!). Phoebe & Bell curates a collection of local gems, so you can find books like the newly released The Poetry of Cooking by Southold chef John Ross, which takes you month by month through local, in-season cooking; or you can buy a jar of fresh salt by North Fork Sea Salt Co. Find Phoebe & Bell at 37070 Main Road in Cutchogue, or visit phoebeandbell.com
Nicole Miller will be hosting a Pop-Up Shop at The Surf Lodge in Montauk the weekend of July 8 through July 10. The pop-up will celebrate the brand’s first La Plage collection. The collection is full of vibrant patterns and flowy sheer fabrics, with swimsuits, tunics and dresses in floral and palm prints. Head over to the Surf Lodge, 183 Edgemere Street in Montauk from noon to 8 p.m. to see the collection for yourself. thesurflodge.com
Club Monaco opened a new lifestyle homestore in East Hampton. Yes, you read that right. The international women’s fashion brand has taken on home furnishings, with couches, chairs, linens and tableware all available for purchase. Dress your home as well as you dress yourself, and surround yourself with beautiful affordable luxuries. Find Club Monaco and their home collection, coupled with their beloved women’s apparel, at 17 Newtown Lane in East Hampton. clubmonaco.com
Need a pink drink to cool down this summer? Try the new Keith’s Nervous Breakdown Margarita Mix. The pomegranate cranberry margarita mix is made with all natural ingredients. Brag about it on Instagram: this drink is very photogenic. Pick up a bottle of mix for yourself any Golden Pear Café, or you can order online. Keep an eye out, this brand is expanding fast. Word on the street is they’ll have more cocktail mixes coming soon! Check out nervousbreakdown.com for more information.
Stop & Shop customers will now have a chance to do good while saving money! For a $3 donation at checkout, you will receive $85 worth of coupons to use throughout the store. The donation will help support pediatric cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Stop & Shop has been running this fundraiser since 2001, with over $68 million raised for charitable causes. This year they hope to raise another $1.5 million. Help them reach their goal! 167 South Main Street, Southampton. Call 631-283-0045 to find out more. stopandshop.com
Vilebrequin, the St. Tropez luxury swimwear and clothing company, has opened a new store at 30 Main Street in East Hampton. This is Vilebrequin’s second Hamptons location. Of course the brand has tons of timeless women’s bathing suits, but, if you ask me, where Vilebrequin really shines is in their men’s swimwear. I’m talking the best in novelty prints: shark and penguin prints, palm fronds, and even those weird fabrics that look like pictures that everyone is super in love with now. And, Vilebrequin has these fabulous family designs, so you can be That Family with your perfectly matching beachwear. Head over to East Hampton, or visit vilebrequin.com.
Want to give the kiddos a summer they won’t forget? Stevenson’s Toys & Games has everything you need to create the backyard playground of their dreams. They’ve got zip lines, slack lines and water slides for tons of summer fun, plus a new Springfree trampoline. The springs and metal of Springfree are under the jumping surface, meaning there’s nothing hard for your little jumper to fall into. Visit stevensontoys.com or stop by their shop at 69 Jobs Lane in Southampton to find out more.
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