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Sunday, 17 July 2011

A Boutique on Wheels Hits the Hamptons

For the last year, Southampton-born stylist Joey Wolffer has been making her way through Manhattan streets with her potato chip delivery truck-turned-boutique on wheels, The Styleliner.

This summer, Wolffer is taking her stylish show on the open road --- through the Hamptons, Greenwich Polo Club, and Florida to be exact -- via booked appointments and a string of summer pop-ups.

We climbed aboard recently for a peek at what's in store for Hamptons shoppers, from Avec Modern sandals ($295) and Derome Brenner resin bracelets ($150-$195) to Punky Brewster-meets-Paris sneakers by label Russy Valenki ($325).

You can track The Styleliner's summer route on Facebook or book Wolffer for a private three-hour session in your own front yard. Here, Wolffer gives us some of her favorite non-moving shopping haunts in the Hamptons.

Collette: "Sag Harbor. Designer Vintage. Amazing." (22 Main Street, Sag Harbor; 641-287-5100)

Gail Rothwell: "She has beautiful things, all designers, and has great sales." (66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; 631-324-6666)

Lazy Point: "The owner herself is a designer from Brazil, and a friend. Go for long, flowing dresses and colorful prints." (249 Main Street, Amagansett)

Steven Alan and Steven Alan Bazaar: "I shop there here and in the city." (75 Main Street, East Hampton; 631-604-1726)

2466 Main Antiques: "A Bridgehampton gallery with the most amazing stuff. Tons of Southwestern jewelry. There's one store and three owners that run it, stocked with everything from fine jewelry to Givenchy-80s-style finds." (2466 Main Street, Bridgehampton)

Related stories on The Feast:
Style Pro Lisa Birnbach's Favorite Manhattan-to-Hamptons Shops
First Look: The Styleliner and Roarke Debut a Pop-Colored Collaboration

 

 

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