Preview: J. Christopher Burch's C. Wonder will be--literally--popping up along Southampton's Main Street just in time for the sound of popping beach umbrellas. A sensation when it debuted in Soho t... read more
DVF Southampton features a bit more flounce for the ounce than its Manahttan sibling, with flowy dresses, swimwear you'd hardly want to get wet and, well, just more things that go with wedges. The ... read more
The folks behind Around Again, a consignment shop in Sag Harbor, bring this hybrid boutique selling new and old items to Southampton. Many of the dresses tend toward the stodgier-side of chic, but ... read more
Roberta Freymann works with artisans from all over the world to deliver brightly colored textiles in the form of skirts, bed spreads table cloths and the like to Southampton. The store itself has t... read more
Like a Tom's Shoes for the very wealthy; for every pastel, linen, oxford, twill or sailcloth piece of East End-theme wear purchased at this eponymous Hamptons boutique, 10 percent goes to a local c... read more
Yes, having a Brooks Brother's in Southampton kind of like bringing sand to the beach (as it were), but its familiar sand. Brooks Brothers Country Club is Brooks Brothers sporty, casual collection,... read more
Oh my god, so my boyfriend was next door looking at hoodies and skateboards or whatever, and I walk in here and it smells just exactly like coconut suntan lotion and they have such cute little sun ... read more
Once upon a time, Stacy Bendet liked to make pants: skinny pants, striped pants, bell bottoms, she liked them all. Presumably, she even liked to wear pants. The founder of Theory, who also liked he... read more
You have to admire the balls of proudly displaying the slogan "Everybody needs a little retail therapy" in your window amid the worst recession in three generations. This should also give you an id... read more
Shopping in LF is like browsing through a giant, well-stocked walk-in closet. Distressed jeans and peasant blouses spill out over tables and Jeffrey Campbell studded heels feel like a find when the... read more
Filled with Ed Hardy gear, jeans and casual kicking-around-after-the-beach-wear, this gender-split boutique attracts those who are vying to be the rock-guy or gal on American Idol (or just look lik... read more
This is where the past decade's designer duds go to die, or more to the point, find new life after the original owners who, wore them once to the Southampton Hospital Gala and, for god's sake, woul... read more
The boutique attached to this popular spa gives the ladies a little something to stop and fawn over on the way out. The shop specializes, of course, in bath products and all manner of scented oils ... read more
Oh brah, check out the Element hoodie I scored. And these sweet board shorts? Yep. Got the Alien Workshop Tee with these weird little dudes on it, too. Sick. Check the curve on the brim of my O'Nei... read more
Splash of Pink is a Lilly Pulitzer "Signature Store" which means they sell all of the citrus-inspired Pulitzer prints for the whole family (lemonade-colored sundress for Mom, a beach club blu... read more
One-stop shopping for city fashionistas during Hamptons getaways. Offers great blend of cutting edge chic and ready to wear classics plus accessories to complete any fathomable ensemble. Uncomplica... read more
Brand once appealed to the Martha's Vineyard type, but has recently transitioned into too chic for chic. Tailored women's ensembles, modest hemlines and luxe fabrics compliment men's casual selecti... read more
It's evident by the endless supply of caftans and light cardigans that owner and French native Christiane Celle loves St. Barth's. No matter how tempting are your favorite designer's resort an... read more
Northern Italian cuisine served in the former Exile on Main Street ...
Gone are the days when Montauk existed as a workingman's vacation t...
Marcus Linial and Sam Lott will be bringing the beat this summer in...
This self acclaimed "fresh twist on the classic Italian macelleria"...
High hopes abound for this former fisherman’s redoubt just st...