Boutiques and a Barber Shop: Your 2019 Fire Island Pines Shopping Guide

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Between teas, pool parties, Showtune Sundays, and drag shows, there’s a lot to keep you busy during your stay in the Pines on Fire Island. Now you can add shopping to that list—and no, not just grabbing a Shero at Pines Pantry or a handle of vodka at the Pines Liquor Store.

Thanks to Steven Giles, founder and creative director of BASE USA and BASE Project, the “long-standing beach destination for the LGBTQ community will offer a cohesive and creative vision of limited-edition and first-time-to-retail brands to the retail curious Fire Island Pines consumer—homeowners and weekend visitors, alike.”

Check out the shopping guide below from cute new stores you can peruse while waiting for Low Tea to get swinging. See ya on the ferry!

CAMP

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Located next to the Botel, this retail outpost will feature a curated selection of home décor, table top, and outdoor living needs from Barebones Living and Snow Peak. It will also serves as the Pines hardware store, offering a selection of Ace hardware products alongside fresh-cut flowers, mulch, and other gardening essentials.

HANDSOME

The popular Lower East Side barbershop Tuft will open an outpost in the Pines from Thursday to Sunday, offering barber and grooming needs to make sure everyone is “weekend ready.” Prices range from $55 for a buzz cut to $20 for a beard trim.

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The annex retail spot will offer an elevated selection of swimwear and underwear from Ca-Rio-Ca and others, as well as an adult-driven selection of LGBTQ fetishwear brands such as “Tools” by Tom of Finland, Just Do It Babes, Nasty Pig, and Project Claude.

General Store

BASE

The largest retail footprint in the Pines, the General Store will continue its curated apparel, gift, and jewelry selection with brands including R.Swiader (exclusive to the Pines), Mykita eyewear, Comme Des Garcons fragrances, Save Khaki, Orlebar Brown swimwear, and Skull & Bones.

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