If you’re looking for a way to cool off this holiday weekend, head to Buddhaberry for all sorts of fabulous frozen treats. Their frozen yogurt has five cultures and three probiotic strains to aid in digestion. Fill your cup with the good stuff, then cover it in candy. Healthy? Mostly! It’s all about balance at Buddhaberry. Quality ingredients make their yogurts, sorbets, smoothies, shakes, Belgian waffles and crepes all as guilt free as dessert can be. You’ll find Buddhaberry at 43 South Euclid Avenue in Montauk, or at 125 Main Street in Sag Harbor. Visit buddhaberry.com to find out more.
Celebrate the spirit of Independence Day with a brand new fragrance. Bond No. 9 has released a new line of scents for their Summer ’16 collection. Liberty Island is a fruity floral blend with hints of summer nostalgia: bergamot essence, Mandarin essence, black currant, orange blossom absolute, jasmine, marshmallow and musk. The classic Bond No. 9 star bottle is emblazoned with white stars, just like Old Glory herself. Find the new scent at the Bond No. 9 boutique at 45 Main Street in Sag Harbor, or at bondno9.com.
If you’re not familiar with Finca Wölffer, now is the best time to give it a taste. Finca Wölffer Rosé is grown from Wölffer’s vineyard in Mendoza, Argentina. This isn’t a simple saignée rosé. It’s made with a special blend of malbec, pinot noir, syrah, and others to create the perfect acidity and depth. While Wölffer did introduce a rosé, Finca Wölffer Brau, from the Mendoza vines in 2014, this new and improved rosé was picked later (read: riper) and is true to the style of Argentinian wine. Basically, now the Wölffer folks down in Argentina know what they’re doing. Finca Wölffer won’t remain a little known wine for long, so snag a bottle at retailers around New York City and the Hamptons starting July 1. Due to a series of import snafus you won’t be able to buy it directly from Wölffer Estate, so keep an eye out, and buy it when you can. And a tip, if you’re now craving rosé: Wölffer is offering free shipping in the tri-state area on all cases of Summer in a Bottle Rosé through July 4. Visit wolffer.com to learn more.
Making travel plans this summer? Well, before you head off into the sunset, you’re going to need to find a way to JFK. Luckily, GroundLink, the New York based black car service, is running exclusive deals for Hamptons residents. With their new feature, Hampton Private Driver, you can get a private car to any New York area airport for as low as $45 per person. GroundLink is tech-enabled and super convenient. Use the app to reserve a driver when and where you need it, and take the stress out of airport travel. Download the GroundLink app, or visit groundlink.com for more information. Use the promo code HAMPTONS for extra savings.
East Hampton resident and Lexington Company founder Kristina Lindhe has released a new book, Living with Lexington. The book is a distillation of Lexington Company’s aesthetic and Lindhe’s inspiration, most of which is drawn from New England and the Hamptons. The book describes the unique East Coast style from an outside perspective. As you flip through the pages of well-curated photographs, you’ll feel as if you’re looking at your own home with fresh eyes. You can pick up your copy at the Lexington Concept Store at 73 Main Street in East Hampton, or at lexingtoncompany.com.
East Ender Elizabeth “Buffy” Cooke has a new book, The Hotel Marcel Dining Club. This is Cooke’s seventh book in a series describing small hotels in Paris, where Cooke lived throughout the ’50s. The Hotel Marcel Dining Club tells the story of a small hotel as it competes with its neighbor, The Majestic Hotel, for the customers from its dining room. Find it at your local bookstore, or on amazon.com.
Helen Ficalora jewelry has released a new Fall 2016 mini collection of rings and earrings. Each adorably dainty item is designed to be worn in multiple ways. Worn alone, the golden moon and star ring is delicate and sweet. Stacked with other rings in the collection (the maple leaf, the evil eye, and other super cute designs), it moves from simple and subtle to a bohemian statement piece. Layer the new jewels like you would any other fall fashion—the more the better! Helen Ficalora is located at 2487 Main Street, Bridgehampton. Call 631-837-5577 or visit helenficalora.com for more info.
Alex and Ani has teamed up with Life is Good Kids Foundation for a new collection of Charity by Design bracelets. The new bangles feature mantras like “simplify,” “fearless,” and the classic “life is good.” Twenty percent of the purchase price will benefit the Life is Good Foundation, which builds healing relationships between childcare professionals and the children they care for. If you want to get in on these good vibes, you can find the new bracelets at Sea Creations in Port Jefferson, 134 Main Street. While you’re there, check out the Rio Olympics collection they’ve also got in stock and rep your favorite event (gymnastics, soccer, basketball) proudly on your wrist. Visit seacreations.com or alexandani.com for more information.
Going, going, gone: Pop-up shops and fashion collectives are sprouting up everywhere, but their swift and silent arrivals mean it’s easy to miss them before they disappear into the night. Here are a few to check out in the upcoming weeks, and some exciting shopping events to visit before the weekend is done.
Vanessa Traina has a new pop-up shop in Amagansett for her brand The Line. The Line is full of gorgeous, generously cut items designed to drape perfectly and last for years. Carefree classics include oversized t-shirts, wide leg trousers, and elegant shift dresses. They’ve also got some beautiful home accents for sale, all modern, dreamy and light. Find The Line’s seasonal store at 154 Main Street in Amagansett. Call 631-528-7236 or visit theline.com.
Also in Amagansett, you’ll want to stop by the Amagansett Fine Arts Festival. From July 1 through July 3 local artists will show their paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, jewelry and more. You’ll see gorgeous and unique designs and discover new perspectives while chatting with the artists and learning about their process. Find the Amagansett Fine Arts Festival at the Amagansett American Legion, 15 Montauk Highway, Amagansett. Visit amagansettfinearts.com to find out more.
Everything But Water is hosting a Norma Kamali Trunk Show on July 2nd, from noon to 4 p.m. Join the award winning designer for cocktails as you shop the collection and enjoy personal fittings. Head to Everything But Water at 66 Newtown Lane is East Hampton. Visit everythingbutwater.com to find out more.
If you’re down at The Montauk Beach House, you’ll have to visit Poolside Collective, which is located (appropriately enough) poolside. There you can purchase a Poolside tee or tank with its simple on-trend logo. You’ll find brands such as Elle Sasson, Maria Stanley, Morgan Carper, Nikki Chasin, Rachel Antonoff, Upstate, Ohlin/D and WHIT. Keep all your new swag safe in a handmade Poolside straw beach bag, which can be customized with embroidered rap lyrics. July 9 is the Poolside Block Party, with music and special designer guests. This shop is presented through a partnership with Poolside by Poolside Collective and Brand Assembly, and is open through Labor Day. The Montauk Beach House is located at 55 South Elmwood Avenue in Montauk. Find out more at thembh.com, or visit wearpoolside.com.
The Hampton’s Beach Collective is now open at 2462 Main Street in Bridgehampton. If that address seems familiar, that’s because the pop up show is nestled inside the brand new Blow Beauty Bar location. Including brands like Alice & Trixie, Hip Chik Home, Mirame Swim, Rescue Sun and Victorine NYC, you’ll find everything you need for a head-to-toe transformation. And what better place to buy a hostess gift than the same place you’re getting your blowout? You’ll look fabulous at any party you attend, and have the latest, greatest home accessories to gift and share. Call 917-885-8861 for more information on this PopUp Summer! location.
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