We first noticed Amy Stone on Instagram. Photos of everything from surfboards to beautiful country cottages to packed suitcases and interesting objects gave a glimpse into a sense of style and a life lived well. And while we’re used to other people’s Instagrams giving us FOMO, Amy’s did something else: they actually kind of relaxed us. As if we were on a journey with her.
So it was no surprise to learn that Amy is inspired by places and times that embody leisure time spent wisely: West Coast surf culture, 1960s Palm Beach, and East Coast preppy iconography have influenced what catches her eye. In going down the Amy Stone Insta-wormhole we realized two things: One, that Amy didn’t just know how to party, but also how to relax and enjoy, and two, that we wanted to go wherever she goes. So we asked Amy, a creative director who’s worked with many of our faves (think Veuve Clicquot and Rag & Bone) and who now oversees digital and social media for The Gap, to give us the goods: her perfect Saturday in one of her favorite places, the Hamptons.
Amagansett Farmer’s Market for fresh cider donuts and fresh local berries!
Jack’s Stir Brew (right down the street from the farmer’s market)
Lobster roll & fries at The Surf Lodge
The Crow’s Nest restaurant – one of my favorite meals ever!
Walking the coast at Montauk Point Lighthouse
To Shop for Yourself
To Shop for Others
To Shop for Food
To Shop for Home Goods
To Be in Awe
Gold hour! The Hamptons’ sunlight is known to have attracted and inspired many artists and painters.
All Photos Courtesy of Amy Stone @Amy_Stone
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