Hamptons Magazine - - Contents - BY ADRIENNE GAFFNEY

Sat­isfy your pas­sion for fash­ion with these new Hamp­tons of­fer­ings.


De­signer Lia Kes, of the Southamp­ton bou­tique Kes, has teamed up with dye guru Au­drey Louise Reynolds on an es­pe­cially home­grown col­lab­o­ra­tion. De­but­ing this month, their col­lec­tion of silk and cot­ton dresses, plus tops and bags, will be or­gan­i­cally dyed us­ing ocean wa­ter from the East End. The process also in­volves lo­cal min­er­als, sea­weed, squid ink, and flow­ers, for a very beachy mix. 10A Jobs Lane, Southamp­ton, 631-353-3235;


The Gypsy glam­our of Ibiza will be read­ily avail­able this sum­mer through Net-aPorter— which of­fers same-day de­liv­ery in the Hamp­tons. The on­line lux­ury re­tailer re­cently launched its fifth and largest part­ner­ship with Chloé, col­lab­o­rat­ing on a 26-piece cap­sule col­lec­tion in­spired by the ro­man­tic Mediter­ranean is­land. The line fea­tures flo­rals, em­broi­dery, and cro­chet.


Jew­elry de­signer Ken­dra Scott is bring­ing her boldly col­ored pieces to Southamp­ton with a sea­sonal shop. Be­yond bling, the store will fea­ture home dé­cor and Scott’s own line of nail pol­ishes, as well as the Ken­dra Scott Color Bar, which lets shop­pers cre­ate cus­tom­ized ver­sions of the brand’s clas­sic looks. 44 Main St., Southamp­ton, 631259-4388; kendras­


The hunt for the all-in-one beach tote ends here: Shel­ter Is­land-based Reel Point, noted for its em­broi­dered belts, flip-flops, and key chains, is mov­ing into the bag mar­ket with a new car­ryall. Made from waxed can­vas twill and topped with leather han­dles, the New York-pro­duced totes can be in­di­vid­u­al­ized with one-of-a-kind em­broi­dery. 131A White St., Southamp­ton, 631-3533118;


Af­ter wa­ter da­m­age from a nearby fire shut­tered Henry Lehr’s Sag Har­bor store last De­cem­ber, the beloved brand is back and bet­ter than ever this sea­son. Its new men’s shop on Main and Wash­ing­ton Streets main­tains the com­pany’s Sag Har­bor pres­ence, while in Ama­gansett new Henry Lehr women’s and men’s shops have opened where the orig­i­nal Beach Stop used to stand. 102 Main St., Sag Har­bor, 631-8083250; 154 Main St., Ama­gansett, 631-267-5544


London Jewel­ers is get­ting extra sparkle from store new­com­ers like David Webb, Re­possi, and B Point, while col­lec­tions from Pomel­lato, Shay, Julez Bryant, Anita Ko, and Vh­ernier are be­ing re­vamped. “We’re go­ing back to our roots with clas­sic and beau­ti­ful fine jew­elry,” says owner Randi Udell Alper. Among her fa­vorites is a David Webb ban­gle. “The Studlette bracelet is clas­sic yet funky and can be worn with a London Jewel­ers Arm Party.” 2 Main St., East Hamp­ton, 631-329-3939; lon­don­jew­el­

“WE’RE GO­ING BACK TO OUR ROOTS WITH CLAS­SIC FINE JEW­ELRY.” — randi udell alper, london jewel­ers

IN­SET AND BE­LOW: Unique, lo­cally sourced nat­u­ral dyes color di­aphanous dresses, tops, and bags at Kes.

Chloé’s exclusive col­lab­o­ra­tion with Net-a-porter

chan­nels a 1970s Ibiza vibe. Here, a silk gauze maxi dress ($3,950). FROM TOP LEFT: Cro­chet fringed pon­cho ($1,795), jacquard kaf­tan ($2,395), and sun­glasses with rain­bow mir­rored lenses ($525);

Henry Lehr in Southamp­ton has its Sag Har­bor brother back af­ter De­cem­ber’s fire. be­low: Golden Goose women’s Su­per­star suede sneak­ers ($460) are in the store’s spot­light.

sea­sonal shop is stocked with el­e­gant home dé­cor in sum­mer­time hues. left: The brand’s square fil­i­gree box in var­ie­gated teal mag­ne­site ($195) and 4x6 photo frame in crackle abalone shell ($195). Ken­dra Scott’s

The waxed can­vas Love Ten­nis tote ($109) and zip bag ($45) from Reel Point serve as sturdy car­ryalls.

above: Di­a­mond, enamel, 18k gold, and plat­inum Studlette ban­gle ($11,800) by David Webb, avail­able at London Jewel­ers.

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