Shop ‘Til You Drop: New Stores in Southampton Village

One Kings Lane
One Kings Lane. Photo: Barbara Lassen

The Hamptons is the place to be when it comes to shopping. From high-end boutiques to quaint antique stores and eclectic shops that sell just about everything, there’s something for everyone. When new stores open it’s always especially exciting. If you’re looking for some new places to go this summer, look no farther. Southampton Village is home to a variety of retail options, and a few new faces are being welcomed this season. Tis the season for shopping in the Hamptons, and Southampton is bringing you some seriously fun new stores to check out on your next spree.

Bluemercury already has a location at 67 Main Street in East Hampton. Now, you can get the world’s most innovative beauty products in a truly unique shopping experience at 46 Main Street in Southampton. In addition to skincare, makeup, hair care and fragrance products, Bluemercury clients are pampered by skincare experts in their on-location spas, home to the ultimate results oriented treatments, including world renowned oxygen facials, glycolic peels, waxing and microdermabrasion. Bluemercury brings the best personal care products in the world and honest, friendly expert advice to beauty junkies and product enthusiasts. 46 Main Street Southampton 631-283-0255

Coming to 28C Jobs Lane in Southampton, Copious Row Beach brings exclusive designers to the public. This is their second location, with one already in place in Greenwich, CT. At Copious Row, every item for sale has a story and has been hand selected by the creator, David Chines. Each piece has been made with superb craftsmanship, and has a uniqueness that only comes from having a variety of designers whose clothing is difficult to find anywhere else. This store brings the current trends to the Hamptons in a one-of-a-kind way, while also providing a variety of different options for each customer’s style. Copious Row Beach creates an atmosphere of fun, playfulness, and elegance for all of the shoppers who peruse the rows of clothing, accessories and jewelry that it houses. 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton.

One Kings Lane, the new occupant at the former location of Rogers Memorial Library, is replacing books with trendy furniture and home décor. The online retailer is opening its first brick and mortar location in the historic building, bringing modern designs to the 19th century architecture of the former library, creating a stunning contrast for those who visit the store. Pieces are one of a kind, and include vintage furniture that complement the retail space quite well. If your home is in need of a makeover, or even just a few accent pieces to spice it up a bit, you can head over to 11 Jobs Lane and find the perfect fit for every room. If you feel a bit lost when it comes to interior design, One Kings Lane is the place to go. There’s an option to book an appointment for an in-house design service and be matched with a designer to make your dream come to life in your home. Although this is a seasonal store, open Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, their online selection is astounding and there is still the option of the in-house design service available. 11 Jobs Lane, Southampton.

Although Southampton Village is already home to some of the best shopping in the Hamptons, it will be nice to have some new places to try on for size this season. Keep an eye out not only for these new stores, but also for returning pop-up shops that will open around Memorial Day throughout the Hamptons. With these new additions to the round-up of shopping options, there’s no doubt that this summer will be a season unlike any other.

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