THE SHOPPING NEWS
SATISFY YOUR PASSION FOR FASHION WITH THESE NEW HAMPTONS OFFERINGS.
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; kesnyc.com
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. net-a-porter.com
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; kendrascott.com
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; reel-point.com
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
NEW WAYS TO SHINE
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; londonjewelers.com
“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); net-a-porter.com
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.