East End Shopping: What’s New

The East End is the ideal place for fall shopping. Our quaint, tree-lined main streets in the historic villages, from Westhampton Beach to Sag Harbor to Greenport and beyond, are filled with everything from eclectic boutiques to high-end designer retail and offer clothing and home goods to carry you through the season. While you’re making your way through town, check out these noteworthy newcomers.

Need a new bag for fall? Take a peek at GiGi, the newest addition to shops on Jobs Lane in Southampton. From totes to wallets, you’re sure to find what you need. 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-287-0707 

What says style more than a Florentine Leather Atelier? Now in Westhampton Beach, Jennifer Tattanelli is offering personally selected items, including shoes, belts, accessories for the home and the leather collection of jackets and handbags. 77A Main Street, Westhampton Beach, 631-998-0731

Reflexology encourages the body to heal itself, and Little Bird Healing Spa is encouraging a new clientele in Southampton. Reflexology expert and owner Jackie Nelson started her spa in Hampton Bays at Little Bird Nail Salon, which continues under her management. 16 Hill Street unit C, Southampton, 631-287-1118

Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids are now in the former Saks Fifth Avenue building on the corner of Hampton Road and Main Street in Southampton Village. The completely renovated 8,100-square-foot building carries the brand’s well-known line of home goods, furnishings and more. 1 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-283-0141

The new Southampton shop for costume jewelry design house Sequin features key pieces from collections designed for both Sequin and Badgley Mischka. Committed to philanthropy, Sequin actively supports national and local charities, including the Humane Society, Big Dog Ranch Rescue, Southampton Animal Shelter and Go Red for Women. The store will remain open through December. 20 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-353-3137

Thirty 3 South is a new eclectic store that fuses modern home accents and antique one-of-a-kind collectibles. Owners Dan Cellucci, local artist, and Ana Robar, design consultant, have an eye for key pieces that bring the wow factor into any home. 87 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-377-1928

Trish McEvoy opened this summer in Southampton and is keeping the East End beautiful this fall. A team of beauty experts, trained in McEvoy’s “Power of Makeup,” are available for her signature Makeup Lessons and skincare consultations. Aside from cult favorites like the Classic Eye Pencil in black, you’ll find yourself the perfect bronzer and four-step face and complexion enhancers that define your facial structure while also brightening and illuminating. The shop also features a great selection of hostess gifts and McEvoy’s signature bespoke blouses. 28b Jobs Lane, Southampton, trishmcevoy.com 

The War Store (TWS Hobby Center) began as an online store and community website specializing in European-style board games and card games, and has recently set up shop downtown and is set to serve as a fun-filled mecca for geeks for all ages. Founded by Southold native Neal Catapano (of the Catapano Dairy Farm), the brick-and-mortar store is sure to become a popular shopping destination with the ever-growing gamer crowd. 125 East Main Street, Riverhead, thewarstore.com, 631-740-9001

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