Beach Stop is a more relaxed, 'island casual' approach to the Henry Lehr name, notorious for the softest cottons and cashmere in the world, as well as innovative styles of denims, and vintage Levis. Great place to stop in, and buy a gift for the friend who has everything! Stay Fabulous & Comfy this holiday!
Love Adorned – a lifestyle concept store from New York Adorned’s Lori Leven – expands beyond fine jewelry to include smart tools for home, body and travel. The shop’s lovingly curated inventory addresses the shift away from ‘throw away culture’ with lasting solutions that bring ease and preserve beauty in our busy lives. For where strength exists in design and simplicity, it also is expressed through craftsmanship and quality; all key elements in the shop’s offerings.
Located in Amagansett Square, Rube has women's clothing and accessories with a curated touch of lifestyle books and artwork.
Guided by a distinctive point of view that prizes versatility and ease, The Line brings together carefully chosen fashion, home, and beauty items that are destined to become your new favorite things. Like The Apartments—The Line’s locations in New York City and Los Angeles—the Amagansett store is designed as a home. Step inside to discover exquisitely made items in the context of a life that unfolds in distinct rooms, from bedroom and living room to open kitchen and expansive closet.
Among the designers and collections carried are Acne Studios, Altuzarra, Calvin Klein Collection, Khaite, Manolo Blahnik, Oliver Peoples, Protagonist, and Tenfold Los Angeles; Ash NYC, Flos, Fritz Hansen, Gabriel Scott, Skultuna, and Tenfold New York; and Grown Alchemist, Maison Louis Marie, and Sunday Riley.
As part of the intimate and personal shopping experience, The Line offers a range of complimentary services such as wardrobe styling, interior design consulting, gift/wedding registries, and personal shopping. The space is also home to a Beach Reads lending library, inviting guests to take and/or leave a book by Danielle Steel (mother of The Line’s executive creative director, Vanessa Traina).
Go-anywhere tunics, tops and dresses for bohemian babies, their big sisters, and their stylish hippie-chic moms. It's Color. It's Pattern. It's Happy. Yes, add a necklace.
Stacey Fraser created Pink Chicken in Amagansett, New York. Taking a break from corporate life and finding her footing as a new mother, Stacey used her daughter's nap time to sew clothes from the fabrics she'd collected over the years. There were baskets of pattern on pattern - bright block prints, Indian cottons, American vintage, all of them so perfectly mismatched. She whipped up little sundresses for her daughters, tunics for herself, simple dressing for each. These were clothes that went from beach to barbecue, park to playdate; with a day-into-dinner kind of ease, they solved practically every get-dress dilemma. Clothes to create in, clothes to explore in.
Whether you’re brand new to yoga or you have a committed practice, you’ll find a place here. Our teachers come from a wide variety of lineages, and each brings his/her unique perspective to the mat. We encourage you to be adventurous as you try out new classes and teachers, and we hope you’ll find that the supportive, non-judgmental sentiment of Mandala pervades all of our classes.
Mandala has been an anchor of Amagansett Square since it opened in the summer of 2001. Jolie Parcher, founder and director, was looking to create a community that welcomed all people and celebrated life through yoga. After a many years, we expanded to 10 Amagansett Square where we offer a delectable menu of self-care options designed to complement your yoga practice. From warm oil treatments to Thai massage, from meditation to ayurvedic nutritional guidance, we have an array of ways to support your wellness.
Hampton Chutney Co. features South Indian Dosas, made from a white rice and lentil batter. They are completly wheat and gluten free! Fill them with anything you'd like or pick your favorite combination from the menu.