Looking for a fashionably sustainable lifestyle? Look no further than Paz Lifestyle! This NYC-based retailer has a one-of-a-kind hybrid model that combines online shopping and ephemeral elements like Paz Lifestyle brick-and-mortar stores. You’ll find products from Recycle rubber 3D Printed clothes from Sylvia Heisel to upcycle fashion from Loti Studio.

With a collective of over 80 emerging brands year round and on an international tour ahead, is summer, Paz Lifestyle is bringing together over 20 sustainable brands to East Hampton from August 2nd to August 4th, 12 pm -7 pm at the Baker House 1650, a masterpiece of 17th Century Cotswold-inspired architecture nestled in the beautiful, historic Village of East Hampton, NY.

Paz Lifestyle will showcase and offer customers an engaging, environmentally-conscious retail experience at the Baker House 1650, featuring a diverse selection of local brands from New York City to California, Peru, and Costa Rica. Throughout the event, guests can meet the founders and purchase directly from them.

Expect to find Nutu, a certified organic beauty and wellness brand, Mumu Bath, local organic & natural soaps, Andrea Jose, fine jewelry specializing in mercury-free mined gold with certified diamonds. Tea Talks, Certified Organic loose tea. Mana Made, locally handcrafted jewelry from recycled metals, For Tmrw, made in the USA, non-toxic nail polish, vegan, and “21 Free of highly toxic chemicals. Kuna, fine Peruvian alpaca fibers, D’francisco, Fine jewelry made from 925 recycled silver, Yanawara, timeless knitwear designs, Aroma De Merrie, natural home diffusers and candles, handmade hats by Baronesa from Ecuador, Embroidered pillows from Ponchos Rojas and Upcycled pillows from Combray Design, and more!

Guests will enjoy complimentary refreshments by Cure Hydration, Recess CBD Drink, RGNY Wine, and Curious Elixirs—a shopping experience to remember with gorgeous garden scenic views, good vibes, and sunshine. Don’t miss out!

For more about Paz Lifestyle and their pop-up visit here!

Images Provided by: Paz Lifestyle

Article by: Emmanuela Panepinto