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Shops New To Southampton This Summer

Nicole Barylski

Fresh olive oils, balsamics and gourmet vinegars line the walls at Vines & Branches. (Photo: Nicole Barylski)

Southampton Village is full of new stores opening just in time for the start of the Hamptons season as well as the return of a few Hamptons favorites to pop into while strolling through town.

New on Main Street and Jobs Lane:

Lifestyle brand Aerin (83 Main Street, www.aerin.com) will bring a modern feel to beauty, fashion accessories, and home décor to the Hamptons this summer. The brand was inspired by the signature, effortless style of founder Estée Lauder heiress Aerin Lauder.

For Hamptons foodies a stop in the recently opened Vines & Branches (94 Main Street, www.vinesandbranches.net) is a must. Browse and sample a selection of fresh extra virgin olive oils, balsamics and gourmet vinegars. The store also carries a variety of specialty items.

American fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi (44A Main Street, www.isaacmizrahiny.com) is opening up a pop-up shop for the summer. Mizrahi's line includes women's fragrance, accessories, and clothing.

Women's luxe boutique Shari's Place (29 Main Street, shopsharis.com) is opening just in time for Memorial Day. Stop by for accessories and clothing from favorite high-end designers including Stella McCartney, Chloé, Vera Wang and Marc Jacobs.

This summer add some of the classic colorful patterns Missoni is known for to your Hamptons home. From candles to beach towels to bedding, Missoni Home (50 Jobs Lane, www.missonihome.com) has bright and patterned Hamptons home accessories covered.

Joe Fresh (66 Jobs Lane, www.joefresh.com) will bring stylish and affordable clothing and accessories to the Hamptons with a pop-up store featuring their line for men, women and kids.

New to Nugent Street And Hampton Road:

Head to New York Sunshine Surf Club (28 Nugent Street, newyorksunshine.com) for hand screen shirts with a mix of Hamptons summer surf and downtown urban style. The line was created by a trio brought together by their passion for surfing and creative way of living.

For everything home related from furnishings to decor stop into Pottery Barn (1 Hampton Road, www.potterybarn.com). Shoppers can find items for every room in their Hamptons home from the bedroom, to bath, office, backyard and kitchen.

What's Returning:

You can count on getting your pop of color at the pop-up C. Wonder Southampton (5 Main Street, www.cwonder.com). The store which specializes in monogramming features colorful clothing, accessories and home decor for women.

Intermix (64 Main Street, www.intermixonline.com), the women's specialty, multi-brand fashion retailer offering the most coveted designers including Brian Atwood, Diane von Furstenberg, and Stella McCartney, will return for another summer season.

alice + olivia (58 Jobs Lane, 631-204-0164, www.aliceandolivia.com) the sophisticated yet sexy brand with a playful sensibility designed by Stacey Bendet will open on May 16.

For a mix of trendy and contemporary women's clothing stop by Ruby and Jenna (60 Jobs Lane, rubyandjenna.com). From dresses and tops to rompers, pants, boots and jewelry, Ruby and Jenna has you covered.

Happy shopping!

Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com NicoleBarylski NicoleBarylski

Added: May 9, 2013, 1:27 pm
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