This French loafers brand is taking its sophisticated products to the East End, with a mobile pop-up experience known as the Tour de Galet. The decision to sell the men’s and women’s luxury shoes in the Hamptons was a logical choice, according to founder Jonathan Horemans. “Similar to the French Riviera, the Hamptons consists of various villages and microcosms, each with their own beaches, restaurants, and patrons,” says Horemans. “Whether you want to relax with the family or do some summer socializing, the Hamptons offers it all.” For those who want to shop the eccentric orange truck, Galet will post dates and locations to their social media pages using the hashtag #TourDeGalet.
Nat and Rose is a contemporary boutique coming to the Capri Hotel for the summer season. The pop-up will feature a curated assortment of gypsy-inspired clothing, swimwear, accessories, and lifestyle goods, and will also highlight lesser-known designers such as New York-based womenswear brand Harare. The shop’s items are tailored to the Hamptons aesthetic, according to cofounder Rose Gamelsky, who says, “We’ve built our brand on thinking about the girl who’s the weekend bohemian—an urban professional who wants to come out to the beach.” 281 County Road 39A, Southampton, 504-6575
Southern charm comes to the Hamptons in the form of online retailer Country Club Prep. The store will sell a number of its most sought-after items, including polo shirts and seersucker styles, as well as host events throughout the summer that range from Friday happy hours to monogramming parties. The refined retailer chose the former Kardashian Dash space in Southampton for its third brick-and-mortar oupost, and if the spot proves popular this summer, Country Club Prep could make the move permanent. 64 Jobs Lane, Southampton
Joey Wölffer is a name known by every Hamptonite, as the co-owner of the East End’s popular rosé-producing Wölffer Estate Vineyard and the creative mind behind The StyleLiner. This summer, Wölffer is channeling her energy into a temporary brick-and-mortar spot that will feature boho-chic clothing and accessories. The most coveted items, however, will likely be the classically crafted bags from her namesake collection. 25 Madison St., Sag Harbor
RM 09 is setting up shop at Haven Montauk for the season complete with classic summer styles from local staples like Enjoué swimwear and Mar Y Sol. The pop-up boutique will also offer dwellers a chance to have a positive impact outside their own communities, as the store will sell Indego Africa, a sustainable and handmade brand that benefits women in Rwanda. For residents with a green thumb, the store will also carry succulents from Manhattan’s Plant Shed. 533 W. Lake Dr., Montauk, 668-7000
This newly opened Sag Harbor children's store is perfect for stylish little ladies who enjoy embellished and tulle dresses, sparkly ballet flats, and star-adorned headbands. Lifestyle pieces like Jess Brown rag dolls, heart-shaped pillows, and wooden cameras are also on offer. 144 Main St., Sag Harbor, 276-3854