Mother’s Day—on Sunday, May 14—is almost here, and we’ve got all your local Hamptons and North Fork shopping needs covered right here!
Don’t know what to buy your mom for the most special of all days? Take her to the sale at Mecox Gardens on Saturday, May 6 in Southampton. All will be revealed. mecox.com
Or maybe a gift certificate for some beauty treatment? Marc Zowine at Salon Xavier in Sag Harbor asserts: It’s time to shake grey hair and put in some zest! More highlights? Maybe a funky color streak? Lowlights to give depth? Or maybe a super conditioning treatment and a gloss! salonxavier.com
Sag Harbor mom Candice Odell sent in a little something from her son Raphael’s band—Odell Fox’s new CD, Odell Fox Would Like to Thank You. It’s folky, it’s modern, it’s a little naughty. Maybe your mom would enjoy a copy from odellfoxmusic.com.
The Southampton Animal Shelter will celebrate the grand opening of their “ReTail” Shop at 30 Jagger Lane on Saturday, May 6 for their Super Spring Sale. This charming shop has something for everyone—and its all 50 percent off through the month of May—so join them and help save animals in need. And/or head to adoption center at 102 Old Riverhead Road West in Hampton Bays. Because what mother wouldn’t love a brand new “child” to dote on.
You bought your last croquet set from One Kings Lane near your other house, right? One is not enough. Luckily, One Kings Lane, a premier destination for home shopping and interior design services, will open a store this summer in Southampton. One Kings Lane Southampton, at the original Rogers Memorial Library at 11 Jobs Lane, will give shoppers access to a breadth of the brand’s assortment, complimentary design consultations with in-house interior designers and unique retail entertainment throughout the summer. The new location will open Memorial Day weekend.
The company’s complimentary in-house design service, Studio at One Kings Lane, will be a key feature of the new location, providing visitors access to one-on-one appointments with the brand’s interior designers. Customers will be able to book appointments on onekingslane.com, where they will be matched with a designer. Throughout the summer, the brand will also use the space for collaborative partnerships, interactive events, and designer pop-ups.
“Opening our first street-level physical retail location is a major step for One Kings Lane,” says Debbie Propst, president of One Kings Lane, “as we’re always looking to push the boundaries of traditional retail.”
Need a little something to make it through family holidays? Nervous Breakdown Ultra Premium Margarita Mix arrived in the Dan’s Hamptons Media Editorial office last Friday afternoon. And, with that, we went home.
Speaking of what you really need. How about the Alcomate Revo? A digital, personal Breathalyzer, folks. It works and it comes with a stash of those little plastic tips to blow through. Here are some quick tips to ensure you get accurate readings with the breathalyzer: Wait at least 20 minutes after eating, drinking or smoking before performing a breath alcohol test; Common household products like mouthwash or breath spray often contain alcohol that may cause a high reading on a breathalyzer; If you have owned your device for 6 months or more or have performed 200 tests on the device, it may be in need of sensor replacement.
Won and done!
New Kid on the Block:
Check out Cassandra Mari Salon at 11700 Main Road in Mattituck, an upscale hair salon that opened in February. They promise a professional, friendly, creative atmosphere with very seasoned stylists to cater to your every haircare need. All stylists have over 10 years of experience and are all continuing to perfect their craft!