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Inside Carly Simon's Midnight Farm Boutique on Martha's Vineyard

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A couple of weeks ago we were on Martha's Vineyard and we stumbled upon Midnight Farm. The eclectic store is owned by Tamara Weiss and Carly Simon. A little bit of trivia, Simon also has an Oscar and a Golden Globe for her song "Let the River Run" in Working Girl, in addition to her two Grammy awards. Personally, we're a fan of "You're So Vain."

Midnight Farm acts more as a mini department store than your run-of-the-mill shop. The large one story space houses a wide range of products such as home goods, shoes, bedding, toys, food, books, clothing, furniture, jewelry, and yes, there are even a couple of Carly Simon CDs for sale by the register. If you're lucky, it'll be signed by Simon herself.

And lest you thought this was just a little outpost with cute knickknacks, which it does have, the boutique stocks some familiar labels too. Browsing around you'll find Diptyque candles, Frye footwear, Relwen knits, John Varvatos shirts, Chan Luu bracelets, and Lucky Brand denim mixed in with vintage pieces and other boho treasures found on Weiss' travels around the world.

With a friendly staff and relaxing environment, it's just the kind of New England store you want to pop into in between lobster roll lunches and ice cream cone strolls along Main Street.
· Midnight Farm [Official Site]