Hamptons season is upon us, and a slew of beachy new stores have cropped up this spring to cater to all your getaway needs: tiny bikinis, oversize sunglasses, flirty dresses, floppy hats, totes, and — for those who like to commemorate the annual summer exodus — an assortment of exclusive Hamptons beach towels. The ever-expanding retail scene includes newcomers like Steven Alan, La Perla, and Madewell, supplying everything from skimpy lingerie to distressed jean shorts. We've rounded up a smattering of notable newcomers for your next seaside jaunt.
66 Newtown Ln., nr. Main St., East Hampton (631-771-3232)
This 900-square-foot pop-up showcases the La Perla Mare swimwear collection alongside the brand's full line of slinky lingerie in a sleek, all-white setting.
79 Main St., nr. Newtown Ln., East Hampton (631-324-7075)
This is Turk's first stand-alone boutique in the area, offering menswear, womenswear, and swimwear in bright, summery prints. Those furnishing summer homes can peruse vintage patio furniture reupholstered in the label's signature fabrics. The store is decorated to resemble a beach shack, with Warner Baird's California Girls paintings from the sixties lining the walls.
Steven Alan Bazaar
52 Newtown Lane, nr. Park Pl., East Hampton (631-604-1726)
Steven Alan's men's, women's, and children's collections are on display, as well as apparel, footwear, accessories from over a dozen other covetable labels like Acne, Rogan, TOMS, Billy Kirk, and more.
Clic Bookstore and Gallery
23 Newtown Lane, nr. Barnes Ln., East Hampton (631-329-8545)
Calypso founder Christiane Celle handpicked several new artists to exhibit in her new bookstore this summer, including paintings by Alex Beard, beachy photographs by Jean-Philippe Piter and Vivian Polak, and surf-themed mixed-media collages by Tony Cramanico.
20 Newtown Lane, nr. Barnes Ln., East Hampton (631-324-0363)
Apart from the compulsory denim bar, the new 1,000-square-foot Madewell shop offers exclusive merchandise, like a Madewell Hampton's Map tote and beach towel, as well as vintage hats, jewelry, and photographs. The spot will host weekend "how-to" workshops, featuring various artists, designers, and fashion editors.
63 Main St., nr. Park Pl., East Hampton (631-324-1177)
This seasonal outpost is the brand's first summer- and resort-specific store, open May through September. In addition to apparel, accessories, handbags, and small leather goods, the shop stocks exclusives like a zebra-print Hermès beach towel and a one-of-a-kind white leather saddle.
662 Montauk Highway, nr. S. Elder St., Montauk (631-668-1631)
The vintage mainstay's 750-square-foot pop-up is back again this summer, packed with dresses, beachwear, sunglasses, flip-flops, and accessories. This year, the store is also featuring collaborative and limited-edition items: street-chic apparel from Combhard, T-shirts and bags from surf brand Mollusk, wide-leg jeans by Mack Dugan, and mermaid- and sailor-print beach towels.
53B Jobs Ln., nr. Main St., Southampton (631-204-0129)
DVF's 1,300-square-foot pop-up offers ready-to-wear, swimwear, shoes, accessories, and handbags from the Rock Goddess collection, as well as select items from pre-fall and exclusive beach accessories. The space is has a worldly, jet-set vibe, decked with draping fabrics, Moroccan lamps, and vintage trunks.
48 Main St., nr. Park Pl., East Hampton (631-329-0149)
Kors's sprawling pop-up is a hybrid retail space featuring both the runway collection and the lower-priced Michael by Michael Kors line. An array of shoes, bags, watches, and jewelry rounds out the selection.
J.Crew at the Beach
14 Main St., nr. Newtown Ln., East Hampton (631-324-5034)
This summery J.Crew offshoot relocated from Newtown Lane to Main Street this year, reopening on Memorial Day weekend. Browse swimwear, beach cover-ups, linen pants, sundresses, and more.
69 Main St., nr. Newtown Ln., East Hampton (631-324-0540)
The latest Tommy Hilfiger retail addition opened in late March, adorned with vintage fixtures and dated ephemera (all for sale). The spot sells exclusive THEH (Tommy Hillfiger East Hampton) accessories, like totes and baseball caps, in addition to Tommy Hilfiger summer whites and the women's runway collection. The rare vintage clothing selection is a major draw, including dresses, tops, skirts, and jackets.
55 Main St., nr. Park Pl., East Hampton (631-604-1568)
This just-opened boutique is a sister store to the Malia Mills in Southampton, which opened last summer. You'll find the full range of Malia Mills swimwear, beach cover-ups, and dresses, as well as kids' suits, Sven sandals, and floppy straw hats and bags by Helen Kaminski.
Tastemaker's Tag Sale
June 13: 75 Main St., nr. Oak Ln., Amagansett; cash only, 94.
Former Domino editors Dara Caponigro, Tom Delevan, Chase Booth, and Tori Mellott are hosting a tag sale at Delevan's home, offering furniture, designer clothes, home décor, and fabrics for bargain-basement prices.
Most Viewed Stories
Khloe Kardashian Sued for Sharing Photo of Khloe Kardashian
Succumb to the Siren Song of Unflattering Pants
The Most Depressing Ways The Bachelor Couple Have Described Their Relationship
Joe Biden Went Off on Male College Students in Speech About Sexual Consent
Kim Kardashian Talks Caitlyn Jenner’s ‘Hurtful’ Memoir, Says Paris Robbery Was ‘Meant to Happen’
My Big Boobs Look Great in This Plus-Sized Bra
11 Pairs of Unflattering Pants That Will Make You Look Ugly-Cool
A Snazzy White Blouse With a Colorful Purse Is a Good Look
Hey, Did You Know That French Presidential Candidate Emmanuel Macron Is Married to His High-School Teacher?
There’s Reportedly Some Therapy-Dog Drama Going Down at Vogue
The Cut’s Latest Shopping FeaturesHow to Wear a Pink Suit
That millennial-friendly color strikes again.Cheap Thrill: A Frilled Tomato-Red Jumpsuit
Saucy.14 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From a Backpack to a Bralette
This week, we dug through the darkest, deepest depths of the internet and found a back-to-school-worthy backpack and a $30 mint-green lamp.Treat Yourself: This Ring Will Make You Feel Like a Boss
A defense against impostor syndrome.Back-to-School Shopping Guide: The College Years
From fuzzy pillows to flatware.The 11 Best Pieces to Buy at Avenue 32’s Sale
Deep discounts, up to 80 percent off.Could These Be the Best Workout Leggings?
Meet the high-waisted version of ADAY's perpetually sold-out Throw and Roll leggings.The Perfect Summer Blanket Is Here
Never wake up in another night sweat again.Cheap Thrill: a Summer Dress You’ll Want to Wear Every Day
For work and weekend.How to Wear Two Bright Colors Together
Marigold and acid-green actually go together really well.
Grunge and glam had a baby together, and it's this clutch.Drake’s Is Now Collaborating With J.Crew
The British menswear brand, not the rapper.13 Basics on Sale, From a T-Shirt to a Tea Kettle
Here, some simple things on super-sale.Here’s Another Way to Get That Vetements Look
Champion's Reverse Weave collection is now sold on SSENSE.10 Bodysuits to Tuck Into Pretty Much Everything
Wear them with mom jeans, high-waisted skirts, work pants ...How to Make Your Work Clothes Less Boring
Take some liberties with this cool Tory Burch skirt.You Can Now Wear Your Succulents on Your Fingers
With the 13-piece Cactus de Cartier collection.Vivienne Westwood’s New York Debut, Unexpected Pool Floats, and a ’70s-Inspired Record Store
What's new in New York stores.Treat Yourself: A Bubblegum-Pink Varsity Jacket
Get one for everyone in your girl gang.9 Ways to Make Your Summer Wardrobe Less Boring
Don't freak out. Buy one of these nine things instead.