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Beach Bungalow

The offerings at this Sag Harbor home store are, indeed, beach-themed and include woven furniture, sandblasted driftwood branches, thatch-covered pool umbrellas and pretty shell and coral jewelry for women. The clients, though, are probably more apt to own stately country homes than tiny bungalows.


Inside a shingled home, Bloom sells a chic curation of antiques—mostly from Sweden, Belgium and France—along with textiles, homeware and tableware. Astier de Villatte dishes are a highlight. There’s no website (and no social media presence, either), but the shop is a real-life Sag Harbor must-see.

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Bonne Nuit

It’s not that common to sell women’s lingerie in a children’s clothing store but Bonne Nuit, which specializes in European children’s wear, pulls it off well.

Interior View -  Bookhampton, Hamptons, New York


There was once a Border’s located inside the Bridgehampton Commons but it shuttered a few years ago making Bookhampton, an independent bookshop with locations in Southampton and East Hampton, the South Fork’s only bookstore “chain.” Though the stores are not huge, the selection is fairly extensive and features titles from a wide range of categories, including non-fiction, classic and contemporary literature as well as children’s and young adult. Anything not in stock can always be ordered and throughout the summer, the stores host a number of author events and book discussion.

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Canio’s Books

This famous used book store in Sag Harbor still hosts local author readings, and some are big, literary names since the area has been home to masters like Peter Matthiessen and James Salter and the late Kurt Vonnegut. Its aisles of well-loved volumes represent a disappearing universe where bibliophiles can browse and dream happily for hours.

Carleen Ligozio

Ligozio, a former buyer for Henri Bendel and Saks Fifth Avenue, has a good eye for fashion. Her Southampton store stocks Allegra Hicks wrap dresses, Susan van der Linde appliqué hats, jewelry by Elizabeth Brady and other wardrobe essentials for the chic Hamptons women.

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Cavaniola’s Gourmet

One street behind Main Street, cheeselovers line up to sample the offerings in this tiny Sag Harbor shop, which specializes in rare cheeses, both domestic and imported, but also sells gourmet oils, honeys and savories. Owners Michael and Tracey Cavaniola also have an adjacent wine store, stocked (like the cheese shop) with unique and limited-edition finds. The plan is to hold a lot of wine-cheese tastings on weekends.

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Clic by Christiane Celle

Calypso’s Christiane Celle opened this bookstore-cum-gallery right next to East Hampton’s Calypso large boutique, in a slender, all-white space. The art house book publishers on sale include a well-edited mix of Te Neues, Taschen and Aperture, among others. There are several book signings and events scheduled for every summer. Clic also has locations in New York City (255 Centre St, Nolita) and St. Barth's (Rue de la République, Gustavia).

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Cynthia Rowley

Rowley famously sold her four-bedroom East Hampton house in favor of a smaller, more rustic Montauk cottage, where she carries playful and sophisticated (as well as playfully sophisticated) designs.

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Beach goers adore this French swim line known for its sleek look and luxurious quality. The brand’s boutique in East Hamptons stocks elegant and contemporary styles.

Interior View -  Figue, Hamptons, New York - Courtesy Michael Lucas


This tiny boutique, located just off of East Hampton’s Main Street, is filled to the brim with bohemian clothing from all over the world. Stop by to shop the well-curated collection of pom-pom fringed kaftans, embellished military jackets and embroidered leather slippers.

Merchandise at  Fisher’s, Hamptons, New York


Fisher’s home furnishings has provided customers with an eclectic selection of upholstery, furniture, home textiles and accessories since the late 1980’s. The home goods shop is located in the middle of picturesque Sag Harbor and has become a staple in the town. Fisher’s also sells its own collection of custom furniture.

Interior View - Ganeaux, Hamptons, New York


Ganeaux is a small clothing, accessories and cosmetics boutique that feels like it would fit in in New York City’s Soho. The store’s airy interior is filled with unique finds ranging from minimalist clothing to under-the-radar beauty products. Don’t miss Ganeaux’s sweet-smelling candles.

Glen Horowitz Bookseller

In the literary archives market, Glen Horowitz is a true power player: in 2003 he sold the Watergate notebooks of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein for $5 million (to the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas). In addition to buying and selling rare manuscripts, Horowitz runs this stylish East Hampton bookshop-cum-contemporary art gallery (as well as one in NYC). Both stores feature books on 20th and 21st century art, literature, photography and pop culture.

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Henry Lehr

A jean-lover’s paradise, Henry Lehr carries all the hot denim brands, including Rogan, Chip and Pepper, True Religion, AG, Seven for All Mankind and Citizens of Humanity.

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Hudson Grace

The Sag Harbor location of this California tableware company sells the brand’s signature collections of dishes, glasses and other tabletop pieces, plus antique finds as well. Fitting the summery location, this was also the first Hudson Grace store to sell outdoor pieces, including furniture and baskets imported from Belgium.

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J. McLaughlin

Kevin and Jay McLaughlin’s madras and seersucker shorts and colorful ribbon belts and khakis are perfect for a day at Maidstones or any of the other elite Hampton country clubs. Preppy-chic women also love the quilted jackets, linen pants and modest yet colorful skirts and dresses. There’s also a Bridgehampton location (121 Main Street) and in Southampton, the men’s boutique is just down the road (12 Jobs Lane).


JANGEORGe is a interior design studio geared towards high-end residential projects in the United States and Europe. The elegant home furnishings are very sleek and modern while still capturing the light and inviting style that the Hamptons are known for. There is another location in East Hampton (55 Main St.; 631-865-5860).

Interiors at Jennifer Miller, Hamptons, New York

Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller designs or curates each piece of fine and costume jewelry in her East Hampton boutique. Her exquisite creations are excellent additions to any outfit and make for tasteful gifts.

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Joey Wölffer

Joey Wölffer opened her first shop in 2010: the Styleliner, a truck transformed into a moving boutique for Wölffer’s curation of fashions that traversed much of the U.S.

In 2015, she opened her brick-and-mortar location in Sag Harbor. Inside, find fabulously beachy, stylish and sophisticated pieces from under-the-radar designers.

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Levain Bakery

The Upper West Side institution’s East End outpost is located in the hamlet of Wainscott, and its cult-favorite chocolate chip walnut cookies draw Hamptonites from points east and points west. Though decadent breakfast fare often sells out within a couple of hours on Saturday and Sunday mornings, Levain mercifully reserves essentials like blueberry muffins and cinnamon brioche for sleepy pastry fiends who remember to call ahead.

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Apparel at Life’style, Hamptons, New York


Life’style is a contemporary fashion boutique located in Sag Harbor. Since Debbie Rudoy, owner and resident style guru, opened Life’style in 2007 it has become a town favorite. The shop offers a mix of luxury basics, denim, accessories, designer finds, day-to-evening wear and unusual pieces, all with style, versatility and comfort in mind.

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Loaves & Fishes Cookshop

Since 2003, Loaves & Fishes has been wowing Bridgehampton residents with its in-store cooking demonstrations that showcase the owner’s favorite products and cooking tools. In 2015, the cookware boutique moved next door to the Bridgehampton Inn & Restaurant, where the owner’s family has been entertaining for years, so that they can continue to share their accumulated knowledge of cooking with their community.

Interior View - Love Adorned, Hamptons, New York

Love Adorned

Love Adorned is a fine jewelry and lifestyle boutique that boasts an eclectic inventory accumulated during owner Lori Leven’s travels. The store focuses mainly on vintage, one-of-a-kind pieces and artisanal goods that come from collections with limited global distribution. Love Adorned emphasizes artistry over commerciality, and by doing so stays true to Leven’s mission: to introduce original and distinguished jewelry, art and objects to the world.

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Lucy’s Whey

Catherine Bodziner, whose passion for cheese was sparked on a Napa Valley wine tasting trip, originally started selling cheeses from all over America at the East Hampton Farmer’s Market. In 2008, she and business partner Lucy Kazickas opened their own shop. In addition to cheese, the store carries other artisanal food products like salamis, chutneys, and crostini as well as dips, desserts (including cheesecake) and sandwiches.

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Malia Mills

At Malia Mills, swimwear “fit specialists” help women of all shapes and sizes find the perfect suit. Mixing and matching is encouraged and cotton cover-ups, tunics, dresses and chrysal monogramming (for “one of a kind behinds”) are also available.

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Mecox Bay Dairy

Most of the Hamptons’ gourmet cheese shops import their goods from farmers located elsewhere. Art and Stacy Ludlow own their own Jersey cows and they both make and sell their cheeses right here in Bridgehampton. Some of their biggest hits, like the Atlantic Mist and the Mecox Sunrise, are also sold at retail stores, including the Village Cheese Shop, Cavaniola’s Gourmet and Lucy’s Whey.


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