Lucky's favorite stores in Edgartown!
While this dry goods store—housed in a cheerful yellow barn—is positioned as an authority in Scandinavian modern design, the shelves inside indicate a much deeper range. The Iittala glassware shares space with batiked Kerry Cassill quilts, gorgeous intaglio rings, and shell-encrusted jewelry boxes from the 1800s.
It's not huge, but it's definitely affordable (prices hover at near-flea-market levels), which makes this out-of-the-way spot worth a stop. Don't miss the piles of $5 and $10 jewelry.
Perhaps the most fashion-conscious boutique on the entire Cape, this easy-to-overlook spot has a surprisingly vast selection of big-ticket labels (Dries van Noten, for one), along with a comprehensively extensive array of Kiehl's products. The T-shirt selection—Trea-tee, James Perse, Inhabit—is also spot-on.
This maze-like, multi-vendor antique space is nestled at the base of the Cape (which makes it a good pit stop on the way home). The floor-to-ceiling jewelry cases at the front are the highlight.
Driftwood Company This studio/shop reworks found objects, like pieces of broken ships and old fishing lures, into everything from weather-beaten mantels to side tables and lamps.
You'll never find it unless you're looking for it (it's off the highway on the way to Provincetown), but it's well worth searching out, if only for the iconic handmade bud vases glazed with little minnows and the beautiful serving platters.