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Lexington Debuts In The US; Maison 24 Adds To Its Offerings

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NEW STORE ALERT?Lexington Company, the Swedish-based lifestyle brand (considered by some "the Ralph Lauren of Europe") has opened the doors to its first store in the United States. Located at 73 Main Street in East Hampton, the boutique offers their "nautically-themed, American heritage inspired" items in all the relevent summertime categories?womenswear, menswear, and kidswear, as well as home goods, especially bed and bath items. Won't be making it to the means streets of East Hampton any time soon? Well, they've just launched their US website so you can still check 'em out. [Curbed Hamptons Inbox]

NEW DESIGNERS AT MAISON 24?The brother-sister duo behind Maison 24, Louis Marra and Allison Julius, have some new designers on board for their Bridgehampton location this summer. They're now offering Warby Parker's full collection of eye-wear frames and sunglasses as well as men's shorts, shirts, swimwear, belts, totes and flip flops from Parke & Ronen. [Curbed Hamptons Inbox]

PAPER GOODS IN SOUTHAMPTON?After losing the lease on one of their Manhattan-based locations earlier this year, JAM Paper decided that a summer stay in the Hamptons might be in order. After making a quick deal for the space at 68 Jobs Lane, Andrew Jacobs (the company's owner), is hoping to have the new location up and running sometime this week. [PRLog]