Shop ‘Til You Drop: Hamptons Shopping Has It All This Fall

Hampton Coffee Company's mobile unit at Agawam Park
Hampton Coffee Company's mobile unit at Agawam Park

As the weather cools down, it’s time to cozy up. For the dapper East End gentlemen out there, you can find all of the most stylish men’s winter accessories at Hamptons Hat Shoppe. The shop includes brands and styles for every budget and every taste. Flat caps and fedoras line the shelves, along with personal touches for any outfit, such as Happy Socks, the colorful quirky sock brand, and a wide selection of fine quality ties and bowties. Stay warm with a wool beanie, or complete your Halloween look with a high-end top hat. Find the Hamptons Hat Shoppe and your perfect fall accessories at 51A Jobs Lane, Southampton. Visit to find out more.

G.M. Collin, the beloved skincare brand, has released a new product just in time for the dreaded fall-to-winter skin transition. Your skin has probably gotten used to the sunshine and humid air of a Long Island summer, and through the fall your skin can retain that glow. But what about when the humidity disappears and the wind starts to blow? Can your skin stand up to the abuse of a New York winter? G.M. Collin’s new Derm Renewal Booster 10% AHA anti-aging serum enhances your skin’s texture and clarity, resurfacing your skin and helping it glow again. With a formula of 7% glycolic acid, 3% lactic acid, salicylic acid, ski resurfacing complex (Oligopeptide) and Niacinamide, you’re sure to see results. You can find this new serum in spas nationwide next month. Be the first to discover how to keep a healthy summer glow all year round. Visit for participating spa locations. For this and other G.M. Collins treatments, visit La Carezza Salon and Day Spa at 43 Windmill Lane in Southampton (631-283-7683).

JUJA Active, the East Hampton activewear shop, will be spreading the love to local instructors on October 25. That day, the brand will be offering all Hamptons area fitness instructors 20% off their in-store purchases. Now is a great time to stock up on cold-weather gear, including jackets, thermals and jogger pants. Grab a new zip-up jacket for those autumn runs, or find a fun pair of patterned leggings to bring some color to your routine. The Crescent Leggings in Venice by Electric & Rose are particularly perfect, with their photo-print fall foliage pattern in a warm and breathable spandex blend. You can view more of the company’s latest fall activewear trends at, or stop by the shop at 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. Call 631-604-2137 to find out more.

On October 30, downtown Patchogue is hosting the Long Island Marathon Freedom Fest Taste of Long Island Festival. The festival begins at 9 a.m. shortly before the half-marathoners begin to arrive. The event is a locavore’s dream, with tons of fresh food and drinks available for purchase from local farms, vineyards and breweries from across the East End. Take home a growler from Fire Island Beer Co. and Twin Forks Beer Co. as well as tea leaves from Subtle Tea and delicious confections from Kilwin’s chocolate. While you’re there, don’t forget to stop by Hampton Coffee Company’s Mobile Espresso Unit to warm up and stay energized. Visit for more vendor information.

Hold onto your melons! By the time you read this they may be gone, or…this may be destiny calling. At press time there were still quite a few water melons available in Sang Lee Farms’ annual “All the Melons You Can Carry for $20” Sale. Do you dare? Who has the longest arms in your family? Pack him or her up and head over to 25180 County Road 48 in Peconic to load up. All organic, so good!, 631-734-7001.

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