Hamptons Edition Wayfinding

Your Must-Visit Guide to Summer in the Hamptons

Guests enjoying the pool at Baron’s Cove, 1965. Image courtesy of Scott Currie and Baron's Cove.

Baron’s Cove
Sag Harbor

A Sag Harbor fixture, Baron’s Cove celebrates its 65th year this summer with a brand new menu. In homage to its illustrious literary clientele, the team has introduced a new cocktail, the “Jack Rose,” so you can sip like John Steinbeck, who reportedly enjoyed one or many of these sweet-and-tart tipples when he frequented the bar from the late 1950s to the mid-’60s.

Sag Harbor
Through September 4

Returning to Sage & Madison for its second East End summer residency is the renowned Los Angeles vintage retailer Decades. Peerless pieces from labels like Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Hermès, and Valentino will be on offer, and this
year they’re also hosting weekly pop-up boutiques featuring Etro, Jean Paul Gaultier, Jil Sander, Marni, and more. 

G-Tote Shopping Bag. Image courtesy of Givenchy.

Givenchy Plage Pop-Up
July 1–14

Givenchy’s newly launched capsule swimwear collection, Givenchy Plage, will be available at Bridgehampton’s Topping Rose House for a two-week stretch in July. Directly inspired by circa-1952 swim designs from Hubert de Givenchy’s archives, the line of sleek beachwear and accessories offers a touch of French Riviera timelessness and California cool for East End beach days.

Through September

Fans of Charlie Bird’s crispy Tuscan fried chicken can bag some bird when this Soho stalwart pops up at Rosie’s on Main Street. Other summer visitors to Rosie’s include the Michelin-starred Flatiron kaiseki speakeasy Odo
and the Lower East Side Thai favorite Wayla. The restaurants alighting at Rosie’s will offer dinner menus and a cocktail program for roughly two weeks each.

Hamptons boutique. Image courtesy of Chanel.

East Hampton

Chanel’s ephemeral outpost is back for the season. The two-story cottage carries a range of collections, from Coco Beach cover-ups to Métiers d’Art gowns and, of course, the label’s signature tweeds.

Pasta Ramen
Water Mill
Through August

The New Jersey Italian-Japanese cult favorite by chef Robbie Felice will take over Kissaki’s private dining room on Sunday and Monday nights. The 10-course omakase includes plates like fried mortadella-stuffed gyoza, sake-and-soy-laced ricotta gnudi, and porcini ramen finished with fresh truffles, complete with sake pairings.

Inside the new Louis Vuitton store on Main Street in East Hampton. Image courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Louis Vuitton
East Hampton
Through September

Louis Vuitton’s new storefront will be open through September, plus a few other dates throughout the year. Located in a landmarked Main Street building, the boutique carries an exclusive limited-edition Neverfull bag, a pareo stole, and a Louis Vuitton-monogram fan with a “Hamptons” imprint, in addition to the house’s core collections. 

Wölffer Estate x Zimmermann Summer in a Bottle
While supplies last

What is a summer day without a glass of rosé? Enjoy the feeling of the Hamptons sunshine, in situ or from afar, with Wölffer Estate’s perfectly dry Summer in a Bottle Long Island Rosé 2022 in a limited-edition in collaboration with Australian fashion house Zimmermann. Available at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard shop or online.

East Hampton boutique. Image courtesy of Diptyque.

East Hampton

Diptyque’s brand-new Newtown Lane boutique is your one-stop hostess gift shop. Wander through the shop to find design objects mingling with the brand’s full collection of fragrances, scented candles, and skincare collections, as well as accessories for those coveted candles.

Lilikoi Organic Living 
Water Mill

Miami’s posh spot for green juices and local veg will bring its fresh-focused food and drinks to Water Mill’s sushi outpost Kissaki. Lilikoi chef Manuel Torterola will offer breakfast and lunch, with dishes such as sourdough pancakes topped with whipped coconut cream and a sesame-infused tuna poke bowl with avocado and greens.

Mytheresa x Flamingo Estate Summer Auto Body Shop
East Hampton
Through July 30

One of the most anticipated pop-ups of the season is Mytheresa and Flamingo Estate’s immersive shopping experience. Housed in a renovated body shop on Railroad Avenue, clothing for women, men, and children will be displayed among racks assembled from car lifts and old tires. A former gas-station snack aisle is transformed into an “inconvenience store” stocked with gourmet pantry items and limited branded merch.