This season's best buys include covetable new lines and jewelry pieces that are perfect for the East End.
The bright open interior of Kirna Zabête’s East Hampton boutique.
Tamara Comolli, purveyor of kaleidoscope-like gemmed baubles, has upped the ante on her fine jewelry. In celebration of her eponymous label’s 25th anniversary, Comolli has created the limited-edition Mikado Flamenco Candy bracelet in rose gold, the ultimate adornment for a summer party. (Be sure to hurry—there are only 25 pieces available!) 27 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-7600; tamaracomolli.com
L’Objet’s Elad Yifrach and Figue’s Stephanie von Watzdorf partnered up this summer for a chic one-stop shop. East Enders can indulge in Figue’s handmade sandals, printed beachwear, and embellished favorites, from tunics and dresses to totes. Combined with the sculptural and organic designs of L’Objet’s newest line, Tulum, they’re the perfect pairing for that jet-setting escape. 9 Main St., Southampton, 631-259-2644; l-objet.com; figue.com
Known for its easy luxe pieces for East End living, Big Flower is introducing some major upgrades to its already established Hamptons locale for its second year in business. For example, the debut Little Flower collection for boys features swim trunks and linen shirts reminiscent of the men’s collection. Also, the company now has exclusive table-tennis paddles for the ideal game night, and a women’s jewelry collection of unique, hand-beaded pieces with natural stones. It’s a win-win for the quintessential beach lifestyle. 23 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-5620; bigflower.com
Pilgrim Surf + Supply
Menswear designer Todd Snyder is partnering with famed surf brand Birdwell Beach Britches to create an exclusive capsule collection for the summer season. Most notable are the board shorts, all of which are handmade in the US. They come in a range of unexpected yet subtly graphic color combinations, such as navy with black and forest green with denim blue, merging the modernity of city living with the elegant ease of the East End. Pilgrim Surf + Supply, 4 Amagansett Sq., Amagansett, 631-267-3598; pilgrimsurfsupply.com
“For me, summer style has to be easy, effortless, and fun,” says Beth Buccini, founder of Kirna Zabête. With this mind-set, she has curated the season’s hottest exclusives at the now year-round locale. The store stocks a Rosie Assoulin strapless navy dress, hats from House of Lafayette, and an off-the-shoulder printed dress courtesy of Saloni. What’s more, Kirna Zabête presents area designers such as Heimat Atlantica and Her, introducing looks worthy enough to don all season long. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5794; kirnazabete.com
The Montauk Beach House
This weekend only, The Montauk Beach House is teaming up with Fancy.com to bring Hamptonites #SummerGoals: a threeday shopping event for those seeking the season’s best offerings from sartorial must-haves to beauty and books. Think a female-empowerment capsule collection of books by women authors from HarperCollins, a celeb hairstylist on site for those perfect beach waves, and city-chic looks from Parker. 55 S. Elmwood Ave., Montauk, 631-668-2112; thembh.com; fancy.com