by Natasha Wolff | July 11, 2022 4:43 pm
Chanel has popped up for the summer in East Hampton on Newton Lane. The 2,500-square-foot shingled store is bi-level and showcases leather goods, bags, accessories, fine jewelry and watches as well as certain clothing collections like Coco Beach. Inside the airy boutique, the black-and-white color palette is peppered with gold accents and tweed floor coverings and outside, there is a garden which will be used for store events.
Dior will host a summer pop-up at Gurney’s Montauk to celebrate the Maison’s Dioriveria collection—think bright toile de jouy swimsuits and accessories, including surfboards, skateboards, pool floaties and more—and Dior Beauty will also have a pop-up at Gurney’s newly reopened Seawater Spa, marking the first skincare pop-up of its kind in the U.S. The Le Jardin des Reves Dior Pop-Up Spa will offer five exclusive facials and body treatments and an exclusive assortment of Dior skincare for purchase. The space is inspired by the Dioriviera couture collection. Selections from Dior product ranges will be sold in the Seawater Spa shop, including the bestselling Prestige Micro-Huile de Rose and the new Les Nympheas cleanser line (La Mousse off/on foaming cleanser, dual-phase eye and lip makeup remover, micellar water and cleansing milk), along with a selection of eau de parfums from the La Collection Privee Christian Dior fragrance collection throughout the summer.
Valentino has opened a nearly 3,000-square-foot, two-story boutique in East Hampton. The natural and beachy furnishings include mid-century rattan furniture, floor-to-floor sisal carpet and bamboo shades. The store carries all men’s and women’s product categories including ready-to-wear, Valentino Garavani bags, and shoes and accessories. Some highlights of the first summer collection, Valentino Escape, include printed kaftans, swimwear, flowy dresses and men’s shorts, sweatshirts and t-shirts.
Spanish luxury brand Loewe has opened a boutique at Ryland Life Equipment’s new location in Sag Harbor. With a curated edit of women’s ready-to-wear, bags and accessories including the brand’s Paula’s Ibiza 2022 collaboration, the store’s offerings include lots of color, sequins, glitter, graphic prints, close-cut silhouettes and skin-baring hemlines. The pop-up’s key pieces include new iterations of the house’s signature bags (the Flamenco bag in a new large size and chain edition, as well as the latest versions of the Puzzle and Bracelet pouch) and degradé effect leather bags inspired by Ibiza’s legendary sunrises and sunsets.
Fanciful Australian fashion brand Zimmermann has opened a store in Southampton. The luxe label, designed by Australian sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann, specializes in ultra feminine pieces (think ruffles, lace and billowing sleeves). The Hamptons boutique, housed in the historic Southampton Bank building, is the brand’s eighteenth store in the country. “The Hamptons is always a go-to destination for me when I’m in New York and I think the lifestyle there fits so nicely with our brand,” says Nicky Zimmermann. “The Southampton store is fresh, optimistic and welcoming. I love the mix of vintage furniture and Australian touches through our art selection.”
With a career spanning over 50 years, Spanish-born Manolo Blahnik is one of the world’s most influential footwear designers. Now, the brand has opened the doors to its first Hamptons location in East Hampton. The intimate space carries a special edit of the brand’s seasonal and signature pieces from both the women’s and men’s collections.
LoveShackFancy has opened a new flagship in Sag Harbor just in time for summer. With dreamy, pink wonderland interiors, the new boutique will house women’s and girls’ clothing, accessories, home décor and more. “I am absolutely thrilled to be back in Sag Harbor, bigger and better than ever,” says the brand’s founder and creative director Rebecca Hessel Cohen. “We’ve expanded so much within this past year alone, so coming home to a larger space where we can host parties and showcase all things LoveShackFancy is a dream come true. We hope this will provide a space for our customers to come, shop, hang out and really connect with our community.” The two-story, 2,250-square-foot store is adorned with the brand’s signature pastels, floral wallpaper, a hand-painted trellis, vintage furniture sourced from Paris flea markets, an heirloom chandelier and a vintage fireplace. Pastel pink awnings sit above an outdoor seating area featuring a cafe table and chairs, and fresh florals and shrubbery decorate the façade.
The Westside, from wife-and-husband duo Sari Sloane and Haro Keledjian, has opened in East Hampton. The California-inspired women’s boutique on Newtown Lane showcases a variety of designer brands and relaxed, effortless clothing pieces.
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