This week you’ll find fab fashion, succulent seafood and shopping for a cause. Yet more pop ups have popped up, a classic Montauk favorite is back and better than ever, and who doesn’t want to help save the elephants by buying adorable pachyderm-themed accessories? Read on to find out more!
Carbon 38 is opening a pop-up shop this month in Bridgehampton. The line of workout wear is fabulously fashionable, with durable performance items that double as on-trend statement pieces. Sports bras with crossed backs, graphic fabric and sheer panels don’t sacrifice cut for comfort. Leggings and sweatpants are available is nearly every color and style you can imagine (they’ve even got Free People Movement’s ballet inspired Turnout Leggings). You can check out their selection at carbon38.com, but you’d better hurry, the pop-up in Bridgehampton won’t be here for long. Head to 2393 Main Street to shop their collection now.
Speaking of atheleisure, Sweaty Betty has just opened a pop-up boutique in East Hampton. The shop, located at 51 Newtown Lane, includes athletic wear for every activity, from tennis to running to yoga. The London-based company is all about versatility, and their collections are made to flatter the feminine silhouette in high-performance fabrics. You can check out Sweaty Betty’s athletic wear at sweatybetty.com.
Duryea’s Lobster Deck and Fish Market has reopened recently following renovations and a change in ownership. New owner Marc Rowan has expanded the market to include a 1,200-square-foot gourmet food market featuring local fruits and veggies, artisanal products, cheeses and prepared foods, as well as a bakery and barista station. The high-ceiling space includes décor of wooden beams and rustic open shelving for an authentic yet modern fish market vibe. And, of course, Duryea’s will still offer the local fresh fish they’re known for. Stop by at 65 Tuthill Road in Montauk every day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Visit duryealobsters.com to find out more.
Lands’ End’s latest pop up shop, Made by Lands’ End, has opened up at 68 Jobs lane in Southampton. It will be open through Labor Day weekend. The pop-up showcases products from Lands’ End Sport, the company’s athletic wear collection, as well as Canvas, Lands’ End’s line of stylish weekend wear. You can check out the collections online now at landsend.com. Sales form the Lands’ End pop up will benefit the Southampton Arts Center.
In need of some good vibes? Or, maybe you just love the witch aesthetic? Either way, you’ve got to check out VenaRico Designs. The Sag Harbor-based jewelry company has a fabulous collection of celestial and crystal jewelry. Along with crescent moons and crystal point necklaces, you can also pick up a small charms, candles , or even a custom tarot card reading. Find VenaRico Designs on etsy or at venaricodesigns.com.
August 11–14 and August 18–21, the award-winning jewelry designer Glenn Bradford will host a Shop for Charity event. A curated collection of diamond, estate jewelry and rare timepieces has been assembled for a one-of-a-kind trunk show. A portion of proceeds will be donated to the charity of your choice, including Southampton Arts Center, National YoungArts Foundation, Dancers for Good, East Hampton Library and Southampton Hospital. Glenn Bradford, 10B Jobs Lane in Southampton. Visit glennbradford.com to find out more.
Beginning August 12, Hamptons World Elephant Day is taking over Southampton Village. The event will raise funds and awareness for the protection of elephants and their habitats. If you head down to Stella and Dot, you can take part in the Elephant Trunk Show. Any purchase made of elephant themed (and other) accessories made online or in store will support the cause of Asian and African elephants. Throughout the weekend there will be film screenings and events in Southampton Village in honor of World Elephant Day, and special sales to benefit conservation efforts. Visit worldelephantday.org to find out more. To learn about Stella and Dot’s Elephant Trunk Show visit stelladot.com.