It’s frocktail time! Get chic with ready-to-wear and Cabana must-haves from Milly. Milly East, the brand’s first-ever Hamptons pop-up shop, features bright and bold styles that are perfect for pool parties and beachside BBQs. Go seamlessly from day to night with the super-comfy yet prim and sassy Nicole Crochet Peplum Dress, or from a garden gala to a night of dancing in the flirty and fun Gemma Strap Dress. 54 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-604-6544. Millyny.com
Next time you’re strolling around Southampton Village, be sure to check out Rogers Mansion and The Gift Shop at the Southampton Historical Museum has just received a new shipment of tote bags from Handmade in Sag Harbor. Fashioned from vintage fabrics, laces and trims, these sturdy bags are feminine yet sturdy enough to use as a beach bag or to tote along with you to the farmers market. 17 Meetinghouse Lane, Southampton. 631-283-2494, southamptonhistoricalmuseum.com.
Speaking of gifts and gift shops, I recently discovered a new line of upscale bath, body and home products from Dallas-based fragrance designer Niven Morgan. Beautifully packaged, the Doors & Destinations candles, from New Orleans (Gardenia and Jasmine) to Marrakech (Orange Blossom) makes a great host or hostess gift. If you’re the host, make your guests comfortable and impress them by stashing a little Niven Morgan shampoo and conditioner in the shower. 888-996-4836, nivenmorgan.com
Sorellina, a jewelry company founded by sisters Kim and Nicole Carosella, is now available at Mayfair Rocks in East Hampton. Their stunning creations, made of raw sapphires, vintage diamonds and stones of all kinds, can be custom-designed. What’s really cool is that they focus on sustainability, reusing and re-purposing nearly all materials. Celeb clientele includes Florence Welch, Ellie Goulding, Demi Moore and many more. Step inside Mayfair Rocks to see them, 19 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-329-8444, Mayfairrocks.com
NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK
Montauk Ice Co. brings homemade, gourmet Italian ices to Montauk. Situated in town at Kirk Park, the unique food truck will be serving up to 20 flavors of ices. Open daily from 11 a.m.–11 p.m.
East End Charters is expanding services. Escaping to a remote beach, have your own lobster cookout by boat or just go for an afternoon sail with Pat Mundus’ private charter boats complete with a crew. There are over a dozen boats to choose from to meet your needs-‑—from family friendly boats for birthday parties to first-class luxury yachts for hosting clients. Call Pat Mundus for info,
631-477-6993, or visit eastendcharters.com.
Love your Bridgehampton Hot Yoga classes but staying on the End? You’re in luck: Hamptons Hot Yoga has expanded to Montauk! Look forward to the same top teachers, bamboo floors, radiant heating and refreshing watermelon post-class. After a Hot Yoga class at HOT’auk Yoga, cool off on the outdoor deck overlooking Fort Pond or cross the street and dive into the ocean. Sounds heavenly—sign me up! Hot’auk Yoga is located at 649 Montauk Highway. 631-668-855 HotaukYoga.com.
For those of you making the drive out to Montauk, stop in for some slamin’ BBQ takeout for lunch and dinner, year round, at the new Smokin’ Wolf. Chow down on some smoked ribs, cornbread, and ice cream! 199 Pantigo Road in East Hampton.
Coming soon to Westhampton:
Sophisticated, slouchy and unbelievably stylish, Hannes Roether’s line of women’s clothing is coming from Munich to Westhampton.