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The number of women-owned businesses has nearly doubled in the past two decades (yay!), but when it comes to starting and running a business, it’s still far from an equal playing field (boo). These Hamptons women have (collectively) have launched a winery, revamped a historic hotel, created a seafood mecca and built booming clothing and lifestyle brands. Read on—then get out and support these hardworking ladies ASAP.

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The Baker House 1650

The Baker House 1650

Helmed by Antonella Bertello-Rosen, this award-winning East Hampton hotel books up quickly. Bertello-Rosen and her husband purchased the property in 2005, added luxurious amenities (like an indulgent on-site spa) and turned the historic hotel into a must-visit for discerning travelers.

181 Main St., East Hampton; 631-324-4081 or bakerhouse1650.com

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The Clam Bar

It’s not really summer until you’ve had a lobster roll, and one of the East End’s best can be found at the Clam Bar in Amagansett. Owner Betsy Flinn’s no-frills spot also serves up heaping piles of fried clams and spicy crab chowder—and a high likelihood of spotting a celebrity or three.

2025 Montauk Hwy., Amagansett; 631-267-6348 or clambarhamptons.com

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Montauk Wine Company

Montauk Wine Company

Anneris Blair started Montauk Wine Company in 2017 because she wanted a wine that tasted like a Montauk summer. We’ll be thanking her for that all year. This season, the company debuted two very drinkable wines: a lively white blend and a rosé blend of Syrah, Malbec and Merlot.

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AERIN East Hampton

Founded by Aerin Lauder, luxury lifestyle boutique Aerin will open its third retail location, in East Hampton, on Memorial Day weekend. The store is a mecca of home decor, lifestyle and beauty products curated by Lauder herself. In other words, it’s a one-stop shop for our dream life.

7 Newtown Lane., East Hampton; aerin.com

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JUJA ACTIVE

Owned by former investment banker and dedicated yogi Jen Russo, Juja Active is a must-visit for indie yoga wear. Look for activewear brands Crane & Lion, Red Tiger and Electric & Rose.

38 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-259-3855, and 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-2137

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BANDIER

Jennifer Bandier opened her namesake luxury activewear boutique in Southampton in 2014. Fast-forward four years and Bandier has expanded the brand into an e-commerce site and four additional locations. Stop by and stock up on sporty lesser-known brands such as Beth Richards, Prismsport and Ward Whillas.

44 Main St., Southampton; 631-488-4304 or bandier.com

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