At Home in the Hamptons:
Inside The Line – Amagansett
Photographed by Hanna Tveite
Nestled near the easternmost tip of New York’s Long Island, between East Hampton and Montauk, Amagansett was established by farmers and fishermen before being developed as a summer resort in the late nineteenth century. The coastal plain village retains its clusters of Shingle-style getaways and clapboard cottages, and The Line has taken up residence in one to create a seasonal store like no other. Celebrate the unofficial start of summer with a peek inside The Line – Amagansett.
Like The Apartments—The Line’s permanent locations in New York City and Los Angeles—the new store is an opportunity to discover a carefully considered selection of fashion, home, and beauty items in the context of a home.The immersive and intimate space, located just off Main Street, is all the more special because of its setting within Amagansett Square: a complex of low-slung white clapboard structures oriented around a large, open green that hosts outdoor film screenings and concerts. Neighbors include Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee, Hampton Chutney, boutiques Rube and Love Adorned, Mandala Yoga Center, and family-owned Cavaniola’s Gourmet, a cheese shop, wine cellar, and specialty foods kitchen based in nearby Sag Harbor.