Andrianna Shamaris' namesake interior design and Indonesian antique store in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood opened a sister shop in Southampton Village on Thursday.
Originally from London, Shamaris has a studio in Sumatra that designs, creates and collects furniture, home accessories and clothing from around Southeast Asia. Shamaris works with petrified wood, bronze, resin, textiles and more.
"It's really about capturing that part of the world," said store manager Cecilie Richards.
The Southampton store has 100-year-old antiques, plus traditional headdresses and masks for decorating the home, as well new statues, furniture, frames, pillows and dresses, among other products.
The new Southampton Main Street storefront opened in time for Easter and Richards said it will remain open yearround.
Shamaris is currently in Indonesia, to bring back even more products for her store, Richards said.
Andrianna Shamaris, located at 9 Main Street, is open five days a week, from Thursday to Monday, until Memorial Day Weekend, when it will start operating seven days a week.
An opening party is planned for June in conjunction with Architectural Digest.