There’s only one of them in the country, and it’s right here on Nantucket Is land. Kyle Housman visited our island every summer as child, bicycling out to Surfside with his parents and enjoying the natural beauty here. Decades later, when he decided in 2018 to open the first store in the USA for his Vancouver based company Native Shoes, he knew Nantucket was the perfect fit.
If it’s true that you can judge a person by his shoes, then it’s shoes from Respoke that I want to reveal my character! Stylish in a fun and sophisticated way, colorful, and full of life, these handcrafted shoes are wearable art. And this season, designer Michael Tonello has brought them to Nantucket.
To help with your holiday shopping (don’t we all have a few on our list who are difficult to shop for?), our staff has some suggestions from our advertisers. Here’s what we would choose from each business, though they all have much more in their stores and on their websites. […]
With the start of September comes cooler weather, shorter days, and the hunt for that perfect something to remember your 2020 visit to Nantucket. Our staff has put together a short list of gifts that are perfect for bringing home for yourself and for that special someone who did not […]
Down the shell-lined walkway of Old South Wharf, just beyond the sushi restaurant is a shop filled with art and apparel and gifts by island artisans aptly called Made On Nantucket. Nantucket artist and shop owner Kathleen A. Duncombe has been part of the Nantucket art scene—creating, teaching, mentoring— for […]
In July 2009, Sara Campbell and her business partner Peter Wheeler opened their first pop-up Sara Campbell boutique, off the beaten path at 5 South Beach Street, next to Nantucket Yacht Club. Eleven years later, the store opened seven weeks later than usual due to the pandemic. Dressing rooms were […]
High-end fashion has found its home on Nantucket, and shoppers are delighted by the carefully curated pieces, accessories, and apothecary items brought to the island from places like Italy, New York, and France. Serenella and its newest sister store, Serenella X La Double J, offer a reprieve from the summer heat and the opportunity to indulge in runway-worthy fashion, selected for the shopper who is looking for the newest and trendiest. Serenella has been a part of the downtown Nantucket shopping experience since 2010, has helped shape the fashion scene on our island, offering a customer-centric shopping experience, guaranteed to excite the most discerning shoppers.
As you walk along Easy Street in downtown Nantucket, it is hard to miss the signpost bearing the ACK4170 logo, and the quaint and welcoming front porch where you can rest for a moment before heading inside. The shop is just steps away from the beautiful and frequented Easy Street Boat Basin, and easily accessible from both the Hyline Ferry and the Steamship Ferry at 1 Old North Wharf.