Keeping Account 05.17.12

Local business news

Events in East Hampton
    Mark Addison, a design and “entertaining expert,” will open a satellite office in East Hampton this summer for his company, Eventstyle. Mr. Addison’s special-event clients have included big corporate names like eBay, Nestlé, and Target, but he also designs private parties and events.
    For the past dozen years, Eventstyle has produced an upscale charity yard sale here, known as Super Saturday.
    The business will be open until Labor Day. Its Web site is Eventstyle.com.

Patricia Del Castillo Online
    Need a $1,200 python totebag delivered to your home, stat? No need to fret. Patricia Del Castillo, with a brick-and-mortar storefront at 47 Newtown Lane in East Hampton, is now available for online shopping at shoptiques.com.
    Ms. Del Castillo, who hails from Colombia, not only offers her own designs but also performs custom alterations, specializing in women’s designs. 

How About Noseplugs?
    Everything But Water, which says it’s the largest swim and resort-wear retailer in the United States, will be coming up for air in East Hampton this summer.
    The store, which opened this past weekend at 66 Newtown Lane, offers, according to a release, a “laid-back yet luxe swim shopping experience [that] embodies the fun, relaxed-chic beach vibe of the Hamptons.”
    Everything But Water is currently open Thursdays through Sundays. It will begin full hours on Memorial Day weekend.