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Shop ‘Til You Drop: Pop-Up Shops at Gurney’s, Dylan’s Candy Bar’s Sweet Return & More

Fans of celebrities and residents of the Hamptons are loving A Peace Treaty, the online “slow fashion” retailer of hand-crafted jewelry, scarves and caftans. With products sourced from artisan groups in Afghanistan (embroidery), Ecuador (patchwork leather shawls), India (jewelry, handwoven textiles) and Turkey (jewelry), among other countries, A Peace Treaty is “dedicated to discovering and preserving centuries-old craftsmanship techniques.” Hamptons celebs who love the designs include Jennifer Lopez, Claire Danes and Mary-Kate Olsen. For more info visit

What rumors about being gone for good? Dylan’s Candy Bar has reopened at 52 Main Street in East Hampton! Dylan’s is the perfect place to stock up on snacks before the beach, grab a scoop of ice cream or a kosher frosty. The shop also features beach goodies like towels, inflatable rafts shaped like donuts and gummy bears, and sprinkle-rimmed goggles. And there’s no sweeter gift for out-of-town guests, hostesses, or friends than a bag of gummies, chocolates, or sour candies. Pick up a bag of your favorite treats and let the sugar-rush begin!

You have a beautiful home. You’ve put good money into it. You do not need bugs ruining your summer. That’s why you can hire the good people at Suburban Exterminating, at their new office in Flanders. Known for their high-level of customer service across Long Island, Suburban will quickly and easily take care of any pest problem you might find—and the company is certified “Green Shield,” meaning their services won’t damage the environment. Call 631-864-6900 for info on their services, or visit

Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa begins its series of pop-up shops for The Fashion Collective at Gurney’s this weekend, continuing every weekend through Labor Day. Check out the fabulous brands this pop-up has to offer, including: Maje, Sandro, Edie Parker, KIINI, Swim Like a Mermaid, Mara Hoffman, LemLem, Kule, Donni Charm, Otte, Fancy, Haute Hippie, Love Shack Fancy, Jimmy Choo, Miansai, Solkissed and Rebecca Taylor. Shop the collections while taking in the ocean views, then sit and relax on the rooftop deck. It’s a great way to spend a summer weekend and to snag some must-have additions to your wardrobe. Find out more at

Tory Sport, the boutique of New York’s Flatiron district, has opened its doors in East Hampton. The shop offers a wide selection of women’s sportswear made with the latest high-tech materials, meant to empower women to feel strong as well as elegant. While every piece is fully functional, the clothing resembles something off the runway, with sleek lines, colorblocking and fun patterns for swimming, running and even tennis. The company has a full line of athletic dresses and skirts for tennis and golf, as well as nautical surfwear and bathing suits. Their bomber jackets and warmer jackets are vintage- inspired for a classic flair. Stop by the store at 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, or check out to see their collection today.

The hottest car on the road has arrived in the Hamptons! Tesla Motors opened its permanent location this past weekend at 50 Newtown Lane in East Hampton. Tesla has been making headlines for bringing electric cars to the people with high quality, affordable models. The company follows in its namesake’s footsteps: Just over 100 years ago, Nikola Tesla was singing the praises of the East End at his workshop in Shoreham. Now, Hamptonites can test drive the latest version of the Model S, and order their own. Eco-friendly and sleek, Tesla is the biggest trend of the summer. Visit for more info.

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