Get ready! Some fabulous pop-ups are coming your way. “One-of-a-kind” and “limited time” are the name of the game this week. So, keep an eye out. You either snag the goods, or they’re gone.
On Friday, July 22 from 12–4 p.m. Head to Calypso St. Barth in East Hampton for an eight fifteen trunk show. Eight fifteen is a brand that focuses on shoe design and comfort, so you can look stylish all day and night. At the trunk show you’ll see their newest and best-selling style, all sky-high and beautifully crafted. With a patented shape and special all-day foam support, you’ll never have to carry these shoes home after a night on the town. Find Calypso St. Barth at 21 Newtown Lane in East Hampton. Call 631-329-0033 to find out more.
The Surf Lodge in Montauk is hosting a pop–up for interior designer Sasha Bikoff on Saturday, July 23. The sale will be filled with one-of-a-kind vintage finds from every corner of the globe, including treasures from the marché aux puces. You’ll find exclusive lighting, glassware, throw pillows and rugs at a discount price. A wide selection of antique glassware will also be available. The sale will run from noon to 8 p.m. on Saturday, and will conclude with a cocktail party on the beach. Don’t miss your chance to find the perfect piece for your home. Call the Surf Lodge at 631-483-5037 and visit sashabikoff.com to find out more.
If you’re out in Montauk, you’ve got to head down to Navy Beach to check out Soludos’s Piaggio Shoe Truck. Yes, you read that right! An adorable little vintage market truck straight out of Italy is piled high with Soludos’s summer collection, including gorgeous soft leather sandals, wedges and traditional espadrilles. Check out their Gladiator Lace Up Sandals. In a variety of styles, each Gladiator Lace Up is finished with sweet little tassels on the ties for some very on-trend bohemian vibes. And the good vibes continue, as 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Navy SEAL Foundation. The Soludos pop-up will be at Navy Beach (16 Navy Road) until Sunday, July 24, and is open daily from 1–9 p.m. Visit soludos.com to check out their wares today.
On Shelter Island, Vine Street Café (VSC) is hosting a Love Menu Art pop–up fair July 26 and 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you’re not familiar with Love Menu Art, it’s exactly what it sounds like: quirky, beautiful art from the pages of vintage menus from around the world. The work is graphic and colorful, and perfect for the art lover, gastronome or history buff. The pop up fair will features varying sizes of Love Menu Art’s archival prints starting at $15, as well as kitchen towels, coaster sets and note cards. Visitors can enjoy the VSC food truck as well as wine and beer. Find this pop–up on the grounds of Vine Street Café, 39 South Ferry Road, Shelter Island. Visit lovemenuart.com to check out the selection.
SunBarth Southampton has in stock some limited edition items that every fashionable guy needs in his summer wardrobe. First is the Orlebar Brown Cooper Beach tee. The tee is a high color photograph of Cooper Beach’s lifeguard stand against deep blue skies. Now you can wear America’s best beach with pride. Also available are two swim short T-shirt sets. The matching trend is big this summer, and the coordinated photo print swim shorts and tees (one in colorful turquoise and green, another in black and white) are sure to be a hit. Pick them up before they’re gone at SunBarth Southampton, 14 Jobs Lane, Southampton. Call 631-873-4121 or visit sunbarthstores.com to find out more.
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