QUEST Magazine: One-Stop Shops on The Island

QUEST Magazine January 22, 2019

Since 1994, Assouline has been known for bringing luxury to the publishing industry with its glossy coffee table books on fashion, art, architecture, photography, and design, which are equally as informational as they are beautiful. The attention to detail, passion, and top level of craftsmanship that is put into each work yields the highest quality of books in the world. One of the brand’s new and notable tomes includes Windows at Tiffany & Co., which features a tour of the jeweler’s intricately crafted displays.

During the 1960s, Daniel Cremieux, a French native, traveled to New York and immediately fell in love with preppy menswear and traditional American brands—he was inspired to bring this style back home with him. Cremieux, who aimed to create the best French preppy clothing brand out there, launched a line in 1976 and opened his first retail shop in Saint-Tropez. Soon after, Cremieux introduced additional locations in Paris and Aix-en-Provence, and now has boutiques all over the world featuring his luxury French-American menswear collections.

Originally debuted as the Styleliner Truck, the world’s first luxury accessories boutique on wheels has evolved into Joey Wölffer’s namesake brand—a nationwide constellation of year-round and seasonal boutiques. With two permanent locations in Sag Harbor and Palm Beach, the shops serve as a unique retail destinations—each a treasure trove of Hamptons-inspired women’s jewelry, clothing, and accessories specializing in vintage finds and new items from artisan-inspired designers here and abroad.

Originally debuted as the Styleliner Truck, the world’s first luxury accessories boutique on wheels has evolved into Joey Wölffer’s namesake brand—a nationwide constellation of year-round and seasonal boutiques. With two permanent locations in Sag Harbor and Palm Beach, the shops serve as a unique retail destinations—each a treasure trove of Hamptons-inspired women’s jewelry, clothing, and accessories specializing in vintage finds and new items from artisan-inspired designers here and abroad.