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The Best Shopping in the Hamptons

From formal dresses to furniture, here’s your guide to the most popular shopping destinations on the East End

Tomas Maier
74 Montauk Highway, East Hampton

Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier’s easy-breezy tunics, graphic maillots and sharp aviators have an atmospheric new home in East Hampton.

Missoni Home
50 Jobs Lane, Southampton
Missoni Home has opened a standalone store—its first in the world—in the Hamptons. The 500-square-foot showcase carries the brand’s line of printed furnishings, from pillows to poufs. A lovely outdoor area is dedicated to by-the-pool pieces like chaise lounges and deck chairs.

Lisa Perry
67 Main Street, East Hampton
Much like Lisa Perry’s whimsical Madison Avenue flagship, her new East Hampton boutique is all white and will house the designer’s ready-to-wear, in addition to beachy items and a collection of Perry’s favorite Manolo Blahnik shoes.

40 Madison Street, Sag Harbor
The vast and airy Sag Harbor home-furnishings boutique, owned by interior designer Natasha Esch, offers antique furniture and beautiful objects she’s collected along the way.

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Melet Mercantile
102 Industrial Road, Montauk
The East End outpost of this New York City collectibles shop brings vintage to the beachside and is a treasure trove for unusual objects with a nautical vibe. A scavenger’s dream, the store houses one-of-a-kind finds like a surfer’s pinball machine, clay pots used by Native American tribes, vinyl record albums, jewelry (made with beads that are over 2,000 years old!) and textiles.

Gail Rothwell
66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton
After many years in the corporate world, Gail Rothwell opened her Hamptons store to carry the upscale designer clothing and posh accessories that she loves. The boutique offers luxurious ready-to-wear picks from the likes of Lanvin, Oscar de la Renta, Rick Owens and more.