What’s New in Hamptons Shopping for Summer 2017

Photo: Barbara Lassen

Are you in the market for some brand new stores to satisfy your summer shopping itch? We know you are. That’s why we’ve put together this list of new stores popping up around the Hamptons this season. Now get out there and do your American duty: shop ‘til you drop!

Got kids? Need Toys? Stevenson’s Toys, already on Jobs Lane in Southampton, has opened a new location at 66 Newtown Lane in East Hampton. Some of their toys will rekindle memories from your own childhood; others are new and amazing. With more than 10,000 different items, you can’t go wrong. Stevenson’s offers free gift-wrapping and can ship your purchases anywhere in the world. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. stevensonstoys.com (69 Jobs lane, Southampton 631-283-2111)

ATM: Anthony Thomas Melillo will be opening a permanent store at 20 Newtown Lane in East Hampton Memorial Day weekend. Tony launched ATM in 2012 with a perfect T-shirt and a clear vision, knowing he had to break into a heavily saturated market in a unique way. $175 pocket tees are unique. The label has since evolved into a full lifestyle collection of luxurious sportswear for men and women and is launching its first shoe collection timed to the opening. ATM had a pop-up on Newtown Lane last summer and made the decision to return permanently due to incredible support from the community. 20 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. atmcollection.com

Glam & Go, the express blowout and hair-styling studio, will be opening on June 17 in East Hampton. Glam & Go East Hampton will bring its signature salon quality service to women who desire gorgeous hair and quick, effortless styling options that fit into their summer days. Conveniently located within SoulCycle and Elements, you can get your workouts in, hair done and get back to the pool in no time. Glam & Go offers one-time appointments, “Glambassador” membership options that include 15-minute express style touch-ups and 30-minute signature blowouts. With these options, fitting in a workout then getting party-ready (and beating the frizzy hair weather) has never been so easy. 68 Newton Lane, East Hampton. glamandgo.com

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 unique shopping experience at 46 Main Street in Southampton. Clients at Bluemercury receive unparalleled technical product knowledge, expert advice and friendly service. 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 bluemercury.com

Copious Row Beach (copiousrow.com)—coming to 28C Jobs Lane—brings exclusive designers to the public. This is their second location, with one already 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 will create an atmosphere of fun, playfulness, and elegance for all of the shoppers who decide to peruse the rows of clothing, accessories and jewelry that it houses.

One of the Hamptons’ top interior design firms, Hampton Design (hamptondesign.com), has announced the opening of a new showroom in Bridgehampton. Designed by Hampton Design, the showroom offers a look inside the firm’s innovative and functional style. The showroom features two fully operational kitchens, one traditional and one modern. Several additional design styles are highlighted in the space, including bathrooms, office nooks and living areas. Hampton Design features several vendors in the new showroom, including: Subzero-Wolf, Sliding Glass Door Company, Caesarstone, Hafele and Waterworks. The new showroom allows the firm to illustrate for clients several of their state-of-the-art efficient design concepts. “We are very excited to be able to offer our clients a showroom that demonstrates our unique designs and the incredible partners we work with,” says founder Peg Fruin. The new 1,600 square foot showroom is located at 7 Tradesmans Path, Suites 11 and 12. For further information call 631-537-7200.

Mark Humphrey Gallery moved from Main Street around the corner to Jagger Lane in Southampton. All of Mark Humphrey’s work as well as some of the other artworks are available for lease. 10 Jagger Lane, Southampton, markhumphreygallery.com

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 and a unique retail entertainment throughout the summer. The new location will be open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. “Opening our first street-level physical retail location is a major step in our mission to help our customers live their personal style,” says Debbie Propst, president of One Kings Lane.

The company’s complimentary in-house design service, The Studio at One Kings Lane, will provide 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 to engage the local community. onekingslane.com

Eberjey, the lifestyle brand selling intimate apparel, loungewear, resort wear, and swimwear is opening a pop-up on Jobs Lane in Southampton. The store will be open May 20 until October 1 and will carry all of their collections. 53C Jobs Lane, Southampton. eberjey.com

ETHEL + ROW, now at 83 Main Street in Sag Harbor, offers parents and their kids a curated, modern selection of children’s apparel by international, independent designers. The collections embrace a combination of contemporary and classic, minimal and unisex styles reminiscent of trends we see in current adult fashion. 83 Main Street, Sag Harbor. ethelandrow.com 631-296-8333

Joey Wölffer has moved her eponymous boutique two buildings North to 11 Madison Street in Sag Harbor. The new space is much larger and can now display a wider selection of internationally sourced clothing and accessories. 11 Madison Steet, Sag Harbor. joeywolffer.com

6 Shore Road, designed by Pooja Kharbanda, is hosting a pop-up at Gurney’s Montauk this summer. They’ll be outfitting the entire beach staff in a print created exclusively for the location (75+ staff). Kicking off Memorial Day Weekend, the pop-up will be a standalone structure with a dressing room on the outer deck showcasing swim, ready-to-wear and beach bags. The brand is also launching menswear at the same time. 290 Old Montauk Highway, Montauk. 631-668-2345 6shoreroad.com

On the North Fork, check out Cassandra Mari Salon, an upscale hair salon in Mattituck. They promise a professional, friendly, creative atmosphere with seasoned stylists to cater to your every haircare need. All stylists have more than 10 years of experience! 1170 Main Road, Mattituck, cassandramarisalon.com

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