Catch the latest from cult fave Dôen at Clare V. on Main Street through July 11. There, you can also pick up summer linens and other handmade homegoods by Heather Taylor Home from July 15 to 24.
Sunshine Amagansett opened on Main Street with a roster of brands that support positive change, including SunChild by Elissa Kravetz, DUTZI by Ariane Dutzi and The Royal Native by Hilary deRoy.
On the first weekend in July, head to Topping Rose House where Fisch swimwear pops up to share their regenerative suits made from fishing nets and ocean trash.
A Wild Dove is set to bring brands such as Rick Owens, Comme des Garçons and R13 to local polo matches on July 23 and July 30.
Chanel has landed. It’s quintessential Hamptons—gray shingles and sumptuous gardens—with a French twist. The ground floor offers fashion and accessories from the Coco Beach, Spring/Summer and Metiers d’Art collections, while the second floor is reserved for private appointments.
Valentino opens on Main Street just in time to showcase summer’s must-have colorful Escape tote bags and crocheted accessories.
Alison Lou is reopening for the season with her new, groovy selection of playful jewelry.
For one weekend only in late July, the Joanna Buchanan pop-up shop in the Barn at East Hampton Gardens will sell all the necessities for a perfect summer party, from crochet placemats to dinnerware.
Through September, Homenature on Main Street will host the Tina Frey Summer Store centering around Frey’s modern resin tableware and accessories.
Through September 5, Dolce & Gabbana feathers a nest at EHP Resort and Marina offering exclusive pieces inspired by its Blu Mediterraneo collection.
Taschen lands in East Hampton for a while, bringing with it a shop brimming with art books, collectible editions and a program of artist talks, book signings and launch events.
The Marni pop-up shop will return to the Sunset Beach Hotel through September 15. Look out for limited-edition design objects, sculptures and an array of accessories.