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Above: Beastly Threads scarves 

With Beastly Threads, Torrey Shawe has created a company that gives back

Many people say they aim to leave the world a better place, but for Riverside native Torrey (Strohmeier) Shawe, it’s the focus of her textiles line. Inspired by the one-for-one model, Shawe developed a collection of scarves called Beastly Threads with the aim of donating a significant portion of profits to habitat and wildlife preservation efforts. Each piece is a boldly colored work of wearable art, perfect for anyone looking to make a stylish purchase with meaningful purpose. Scarves start at $75. Enter code GMROCKS for 20 percent discount.


Camp essentials and stylish finds for the whole family at Lester’s

The last thing you want to do on a gorgeous sunny day is schlep to the mall to update your kids’ gear for the warm weather. Enter Lester’s with a stock of contemporary clothing from all your favorite designer brands for the younger set. Well-trained staffers can assist with everything from pulling the latest boho styles for your teen to selecting the best summer sneakers for your first grader. A true one-stop-shop, it’s also the destination to get your camper bunk-ready. With a trunk full of overnight basics and new wardrobe to match, you’ll be sending them off in style. 18 Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook, 914-908-5688;


ERES looks to the silver screen for its latest capsule collection

As the original Bond girl, actress Ursula Andress and her bikini-clad debut in Dr. No created an iconic swimwear moment. With designs inspired by her suit, the French label has released a collection of styles in one- and two-piece varieties that feature the film’s buckle detail in classic ERES silhouettes. The capsule will be available in ERES stores this summer, just in time for you to channel your inner Bond girl at the beach. Suits starting at $175. 372 Greenwich Avenue, 203-340-9500;

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