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Lexington & Baldwin partner on 'Hamptonite' capsule line
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Lexington Clothing Company, the Stockholm-based lifestyle brand, has partnered with Hamptons resident Hilaria Baldwin to create the Hamptonite capsule collection for Summer 2014. One June 1st, the collection will launch globally in the brand's 55 concept stores including East Hampton, New York and Greenwich, Connecticut.
 
Lexington Company Creative Director. Kristina Lindhe, comments, "Hilaria merges casual luxury with modern style effortlessly.  She is the classic Lexington Company woman." She continues, "We immediately clicked, because we over our love the Hamptons.  Plus, Hilaria has European origins, just like Lexington Company."
 
Lindhe and Baldwin collaborated on the Hamptonite collection, which is Inspired by their lifestyles, summers on the East End and giving back to the community.  It consists of tops, sundresses, and beach accessories, in a palette of blues, greys and whites, with a splash of rustic red.  
 
Highlights include the Alec shirtdress, which emulates a tailored man's shirt, the Carmen dress, a striped beach bag towel and the Kristina shirt; pieces that emulate the comfortable and casual chic look of the Hamptons.
 
A percentage of all sales from the Hamptonite collection will go to Guild Hall Center for the Visual and Performing and Arts, which is dedicated to providing a cultural space and arts education for the local community.   Lindhe and her husband, Tommy, sit on the Guild Hall board.  Likewise, Baldwin and her husband, Alec, are longtime supporters.
 
Founded in 1997 by husband and wife team Tommy and Kristina Lindhe, Lexington is an international lifestyle brand with twenty-six freestanding stores in five countries. It is sold at over nine hundred stores in more than twenty countries on three continents. Lexington Clothing Company focuses on classic American cottage style, and has two US boutiques, in Greenwich, Connecticut and East Hampton, New York.
 

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