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The Chicest Guide To Shopping,

Dishing, Dining, & Décor

PLUS! Who’s Your Daddy? Starring! Bronfmans, Spielbergs, Schnabels, Brants, Baldwins...

AND: Which Un-Hampton are you?

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soutHAMPTON Guest rooms at CAPRI were designed with a sophisticated and adventurous traveler in mind; a welcomed respite after a long day at the beaches and shops of the Hamptons, and the perfect launching pad for a night on the town. With your front door just steps from The Bathing Club, spend the day poolside with a great book or into the night with friends, cocktails, and music from our DJ’s. •The Bathing Club at Capri - extravagant pool with gardens, daybeds, lounge chairs, food and drink service • Onsite restaurant - providing lunch, dinner and pool side service. • Designer-decorated, finely appointed rooms • Bed Linens by Sferra, bathrooms by Red Flower • iPod Docks and complimentary WI-FI • Free Beach Passes

281 County Road, 39A Route 27. Southampton, NY 11968. 631.504.6575.

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Bonjour Hamptons! Welcome to your favorite new magazine, from the team behind the world’s cheekiest fashion glossy, The Daily Front Row. Since 2003, we’ve been the must read of the global style elite, chronicling their every move and groove both in print and online. In 2011 we took our act to the Hamptons, and as we enter our third season here—bigger than ever, and gloriously on our own—we’re embracing our DNA like never before. Experts agree: You haven’t really made it in the fashion world until you’ve made it into The Daily. Now, with eight issues of The Daily Summer, everyone has a shot. Keep it chic, people. We’ll be watching!

summer Editor in Chief, CEO Brandusa Niro Creative Director Guillaume Bruneau Deputy Editor Executive Editor Christopher Tennant Eddie Roche Managing Editor Tangie Silva Features Editor Alexandra Ilyashov Senior Editor Maria Denardo Fashion News Editor Paige Reddinger Hamptons Editor Sara Pilot Art Director Teresa Platt Production/Distribution Director Allison Coles Imaging Specialist George Maier Imaging Assistant Stefania Curto Interns Rachel Bernstein, Andy Shoulders, Yanique Wilson President, Publisher Paul Turcotte Account Directors Julie Humeas, Hannah Sinclair Trade Publications Director Charles Garone Sales & Marketing Coordinator Sabrina Fares Digital Director Daniel Chivu Distribution Supervisors Benjamin Woldoff, Matthew Trent To advertise call (212) 467-5785 Or e-mail:

DAILY FRONT ROW, INC. The Daily Summer is a Daily Front Row Inc. publication. Copyright 2013. All rights reserved. Reproduction without permission is strictly prohibited. Requests for reprints must be submitted in writing to: The Daily, Attn: Tangie Silva, 135 West 50th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10020.

ON THE COVER: Model Marloes Horst photographed by Giorgio Niro. Style editor Mary Alice Stephenson. Swimsuit by Eres. Sandals by Stuart Weitzman. Bracelets by Anita Ko at Jeffrey; Mortiz Glik and Stella Flame at Fragments. Necklace by Ippolita at London Jewelers.


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UN-HAMPTON Are You? Tom Colicchio Ben Watts

Jen Brill

Linda Fargo

Amanda Brooks Simon Doonan

Mostly A’s… Shelter Island!

A five-minute ferry ride to paradise, Lyme’s disease.

Mostly B’s… The North Fork! Where Brooklyn meets the beach.

1. The thing I hate most about the Hamptons is… A. the weekend crowds and the non-stop social jockeying B. the lack of gluten-free dining options C. “all the d-bags” D. the fascist public nudity ordinances E. the traffic on 27 F. interacting with other humans

3. I like a living room filled with… A. a strong cross wind B. a tightly curated collection of crap I found in thrift stores C. blunt smoke D. mirrors and house beats E. Hugo Guinness prints F. heirloom-quality antiques

2. My preferred mode of summer transport is… A. a mint-condition vintage Vespa B. a fixed gear Dutch tandem with sustainably woven rosé caddy C. big enough to hold all my boards D. my own espadrilled feet E. a vaguely lesbian-ish station wagon F. under a tarp in one of my garages

4. My kid is… A. applying early to Brown in the fall B. doing an ollie kick flip in this month’s J.Crew catalogue C. due at the end of the summer D. fluent in Mandarin E. best friends with Isabella’s kids F. staying with the Schnabels in Montauk


Mostly C’s… Montauk!

Like the Hamptons, but with better drugs, clothes. 5. I never leave the house without my… A. mood stabilizers B. children, Hermione and Pablo C. moleskin journal and model card D. man Spanx E. military-grade mosquito repellent F. walking stick 6. I could totally see myself... A. sea kayaking with Andre Balazs and Chelsea Handler B. grilling swordfish with Sam Sifton C. catching late-afternoon sliders with Vito Schnabel D. singing karaoke with Liza Minnelli’s boyfriend E. talking politics over daquiris with Charlie Rose F. riding thoroughbreds with Dustin Hoffman

As the New York Times never tires of telling us, the Hamptons aren’t the only name in the country house game. But which “Un-Hampton” is right for you? Grab a No. 2 pencil and answer these questions to figure out where you really belong. BY CHRISTOPHER TENNANT


Glenn O’Brien

Francisco Costa

Prabal Gurung

Isabella Rossellini

Diane Von Furstenberg

Hal Rubenstein

Mostly D’s… Fire Island!

The original resort for fun-loving bachelors. 7. When I envision my ideal backyard, I see… A. my partner and I in Adirondack chairs watching the sunset on a hill B. my kids and I in kaftans playing badminton on Instagram C. Cara Delevingne and I playing Apples to Apples in a teepee on mescaline D. my husband and I in thongs with the twins we met on Grindr E. Anna Wintour and I at a cocktail party admiring my deer-proof organic kale garden F. acres of rolling hills, and they’re all mine 8. When it comes to decor, I’m a sucker for… A. late-Victorian bric-a-brac B. frame clusters and other stuff I saw on Pinterest C. string lights and outdoor feasting tables D. polished chrome and white leather

Mostly E’s… Bellport!

A fashion and art bubble just an hour outside the city.

Mostly F’s… Litchfield County!

Where everyone’s the lord of their very own manor.

E. anything country, so long as it’s French-ish F. oil portraits of other people’s great-grandparents

E. worrying about seeing my boss, Si Newhouse F. bickering over who has to leave their property

9. The most expensive thing I bought last year was… A. a Chris Craft cruiser B. a fixer-upper in Greenport C. a townhouse in Bed-Stuy D. my daughter, from China E. Bruce Weber’s favorite barn F. a Richard Serra for the side yard

11. If I were a plant, I’d be... A. old-growth wysteria B. honeysuckle from Home Depot C. a cactus in a clawfoot bath tub D. a bouquet of dead peonies E. a bright pink hydrangea F. a freshly shaped privet

10. When deciding where to meet friends for drinks, I like... A. having only one option B. bars where I feel slightly intimidated C. pop-ups from Manhattan, but with a local vibe D. lockable bathrooms

12. I like a town that looks kinda like... A. Maine B. Sally Singer’s T C. the darker corners of upstate New York D. Weekend at Bernie’s E. the ‘50s F. England

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Catching up with Betsey and Lulu Johnson Will you be in the Hamptons this season? Betsey: Full speed ahead! We’ll be out there in June and July. There’s always a problem with the kiddies in August, because the mommy wants them this time and the daddy wants them this time. Lulu: I didn’t go out there last summer because of family matters; and we were working on the [reality] show. I’m really looking forward to it after being away for almost two years. Just being out there for a little bit this summer will be relaxing. Your summer todo list, please! Betsey: I want the Hamptons to make us feel alive again. I hope we’ll go to some great Lulu and Betsey charity events. Johnson You’ve got that great pool. Can we come swim? Betsey: We should throw a party together! I’m a horrible party thrower, but anytime you want to make a party, let’s do it!

The Daily wonders...

What’s in your picnic basket?

YOUR DAILY DOSE SCENE And we’re off! The steamy season

is upon us, chéries, which means The Daily Summer—your essential glossy dossier on all things fashion—is back on Long Island, happily single, and looking for a little trouble. We’ve had a bit of a makeover, nothing too major, but we’re the same mélange of musts and mischief you’ve come to trust and treasure. Ready for a summer to remember? You better be.

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TIES! PARTIES! PARTIES! PAR mer Night 1. The Thirteenth Annual Midsum Deliver Drinks to benefit God’s Love We ise Lou at the home of Vince and Camuto. July 15, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tickets: $350$10,000 at Fiona Byrne 2. The 17th Annual Hamptons Heart Ball Lorenzo Martone at the Hayground School. June 29, from 6:00 p.m. Honorees include Dr. James Taylor, Caroline Loeb and Eric Trump. Tickets: $500$5,000 at

HOUSEGUEST 101! With Supermodel Mom Brooke Shields

schoolsout e’s 5. Fiona Byrne & Lorenzo Marton ge’s Lod Surf The dueling dinners at Byron this Sunday. Expected guests: e Carolyn Murphy, Brian Atwood, Dre Hemingway, Ben Watts

Brooke Shields with daughters, Grier and Rowan

Dree Hemingway

Eric Trump


3. Phoenix House Summer Party e to benefit Phoenix House, at the hom 22, June b. Loe of Margie and Michael from 6:00 p.m. Tickets: $350-$5,000 at 4. School’s Out benefit for the Hetrick-Martin Institute at the home of Peter Wilson and Scott Sanders. June 8, from 6:00 p.m. Tickets: $375-$12,500 at

Caroline Loeb

Athena Calderone, interior designer: White fish dip from St. Peter’s Catch in Montauk with jalapeños and rice crackers. Andrew Saffir, founder, The Cinema Society Anything from Round Swamp Farms! Their pies are my favorite. Mickey Boardman, editorial director, Paper: My picnic basket always includes veggie hot dogs and agave ketchup. Also, I always carry sunblock because I’ll boil like a lobster without it. Cameron Silver, Dukes of Melrose: I don’t know. Ambrosia salad? I’m not exactly sure what it is, but it’s often at picnics. Dennis Basso, fashion furrier: Extra bottles of wine and a sketch pad. Joe Zee, creative director, Elle: Sweatpants and a steak.

What’s your summering ritual? In high school and college I was usually on location during the summer, but before that I was raised coming out to the Hamptons. Any particularly fond memories? We were in Southampton, so I remember Crutchley’s donuts, makers of the original donut hole. I loved those. I learned how to box-step, swim, and play tennis at the club out here. What about more recent ones? I stayed away from the Hamptons for a few years, but now I’m back a lot staying with friends because I have kids. All of our friends are out here. Do you always stay with the same ones? We go where we’re invited! B FA N YC . C O M ( 5 ) ; PAT R I C K M C M U L L A N . C O M ( 3 ) ; G E T T Y I M AG E S ; LO E B : C O U R T E SY; S H U T T E R STO C K

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SUN SAVVY! WITH JULIANNE MOORE How do you protect that porcelain complexion? As long as you wear it every day on your face, you can get away with SPF 15. Every. Single. Day. Like, from the minute you get up in the morning until you go to sleep. Otherwise, you need more than 15. Do you wear sunhats? Absolutely!

THINGS TO DISCUSS! 1. La Lopez dropping $10 million on a lair in Water Mill 2. How much you’ll miss Nobu

3. Ryan Murphy’s Montauk monster. Haven’t the locals suffered enough?

4. 2009 redux at The Pink Elephant in East Hampton

5. LAVAAN Dental Spa’s door-to-door teeth whitening service. Where are we, Brentwood?

Buzz Fix


Photographer, Montauker, celebrity brother, and now vintner. That’s right: Ben Watts has got his own rosé. And, yes, it really is called WattsUp. Slurp some at Solé East and Surf Lodge. ☛ Tommy Hilfiger and Art Production Fund are making a limited-edition line of surfboards with five artists, including Lola Schnabel and Richard Phillips. Pick one up at a Tommy store near you. ☛ It may be a mouthful, but the LIRR’s “Premium Express Cannonball Non-Stop Service: NYC-Hamptons” is no joke, whizzing from Penn Station to Westhampton in 94 minutes flat. ☛ Got an extra 50K kicking around? Houston Rockets owner Les Alexander has a club for you. His Société du Vin on Butter Ln. has an $8,000 annual fee, but no restaurant. See you there?

CHARITY TIME! With BRAVO’s Andy Cohen What is School’s Out exactly? It’s the Hetrick-Martin Institute’s 14th annual fundraiser to support critical after-school programs for New York City’s at-risk LGBTQ youth. We raised over $200,000 last year. How are you involved? This year I’m thrilled to be the event’s honorary chair. I can’t think of a better way to kick off the summer than to spend it in the Hamptons raising money for this incredible cause! What was your favorite thing to do when school got out? Run home and watch TV. What’s your look for summer 2013? Flip flops and nothing else. Any other plans for Memorial Day weekend? Nope. Just flipping my phone off and heading to the beach. What are you most looking forward to this summer? Turning my phone off! Where will we never see you in the Hamptons? Bridgehampton Polo.


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Mary Alice Stephenson, Giorgio Niro, and Brandusa Niro

The only girl more Stephenson, Marshall Lin, and make-up guru thrilled than we were by Susan Houser glam up Horst our cover shoot with Next Model Management beauty Marloes Horst? Katie Wilkinson, our style editor Mary Alice’s friend from the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Go to for backstage video of the shoot and an interview with Katie. FA SS HH IO NN W EE EE KK DD AA IL Y. CC OO MM FA IO W IL Y.

Hair Talk with Frederic Fekkai’s Marshall Lin

Stephenson, Katie Wilkinson, and Horst

What did you have in mind when you were styling Marloes’ hair? Summer-ish Brigitte Bardot. I love her look. Any challenges? The only thing I don’t like about Marloes’ hair is that it’s too perfect. Ha! You seem pretty pleased with the results. It’s a beautiful shoot. It makes me want to go on vacation. G E T T Y I M AG ES ( 3 ) ; COV E R S H O OT: S T E FA N I A C U R TO ; S H U T T E R S TO C K


Design doyenne and clan matriarch Rosita Missoni is bringing her zig-zaggy homewear collection to 50 Jobs Lane in Southampton. Doors open May 25 with bedding, throws, towels, rugs, pillows, and furniture accessories. Bellissima!


Hobo is putting the pedal to the metal this summer. Expect a 4-wheel showroomon-the-go with handbags, small leather goods, and accessories—all under $300.


WAMPUM transformed an old ice cream truck into a mobile skate-surf hautespot with the help of artist Owen Jones. Joey Wölffer’s STYLELINER teamed up with Nanette Lepore for a week-long road trip from Southampton to Montauk featuring the designer’s swim and beachwear alongside Styleliner’s eclectic finds. FAHERTY BRAND, a new lifestyle collection that’s nabbed Tory Burch as an “unofficial advisor,” will be available via a boutique-on-wheels, which hits Montauk on July 3. An added bonus? Surf lessons and yoga classes courtesy of the Faherty brothers. Namaste!

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SCENE Another summer, another shopping frenzy! Let’s get it all down on paper, shall we? ☛ Cynthia Rowley has bid adieu to The Capri. Pourquoi??? She’s opening a standalone store at 696 Montauk Hwy., featuring RTW, Surf & Swim, and party décor from her new line, Curious Candy. Hyperactive hostesses, take note! ☛ Trina Turk, Singer22, and Bespoke Global are M.I.A. this year, and we miss them already. ☛ Flying Point is upping its game at 79 Main St. in Southampton with an entire floor dedicated to skate, surf, and paddleboarding, if you’re feeling sporty. ☛ Cult Aussie beauty brand Aesop will be slinging organic potions at 55 Main St. in East Hampton. ☛ Blue & Cream is toasting its 10th anniversary with a flagship at 83 Main St. in East Hampton. ☛ Rachel Zoe is eyeing a pop-up, too, but hasn’t signed a deal yet.

GET YOUR GATSBY ON! Brooks Brothers, 48-50 Main St., Southampton, (631) 287-3936

SUMMER BUZZ! With C C. Wonder’s W Chris Burch

Congrats on the new store! Thanks. We were so blown away by the reaction to our Southampton shop we decided to open another. What’s in and what’s out? Hanging with my boys is in; formal events are out. Keep it casual! Where would we never find you in the Hamptons? The beach. I’m a pool guy. What else are you up to? I just bought a fleet of vintage microcars and we’re bringing them out here. Locations: 5 Main St., Southampton and 48 Main St., East Hampton

Cynthia Rowley


StndAIR, The Standard’s 8-passenger seaplane, will partner with a fashion brand this season, so you can shop mid-flight. But it’s not SkyMall, darlings: Aesop, Aerin Lauder, Warby Parker, and Clarins are short-listed...

FUN IN THE SUN! With Eres Creative Director Valérie Delafosse

ALICE + OLIVIA PART DEUX! With designer Stacey Bendet

Locations: 58 Jobs Ln., Southampton; 79 Main St., East Hampton Tell us about the new store in East Hampton! Our pop-up did well last year, so we wanted a permanent home. And we’re looking forward to doing a big party with you guys! Will there be free cupcakes? I’m sure! I’ve been privy to the alcohol-infused Prohibition cupcakes. They come with a warning label for pregnant women. Will you be out on the Hamptons scene this summer? I’ll be out there for a few weekends to visit Mr. [Andrew] Rosen.

You’ve got a sublime new Sunwear Collection out. Talk us through it! I travel to summer locales from the Hamptons to St. Barths, where I get to study our customers in their natural habitats. I noticed that even though Eres has casual beachwear, there was a lack of chic yet simple clothes to leave the beach with. What’s been the favorite piece so far? The “Eolienne” caftan, definitely. And the jumpsuit will do well— it’s a reference to Marisa Berenson. What’s the price point? From $750 up to $2,600, and it’s all available starting this weekend. Location: 55 Main St., East Hampton


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BAUBLE BANTER With Shoe Maestro Sam Edelman Have you always been a jewelry guy? Always. I love incorporating it into my shoes, especially. What’s your bling of choice? I leave the “bling” to the women in my life. Who’s your most famous customer? Christie Brinkley, the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen besides my wife. Last time she was here she bought five pairs! Do customers ever ask you for your autograph? Ha! Not really. But if I’m in the store I love talking to them. Location: 46 Main St., East Hampton

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Lifestyle emporium Serena & Lily is launching its first East End outpost this weekend at 332 Montauk Hwy. ☛ Aerin Lauder’s muchanticipated seasonal concept store is also open for business, at 83 Main St. in Southampton, chock full of Aerin home décor and beauty staples, and Parasol sunwear (a Hamptons newbie!) ☛ Haute Hippie now carries Havaianas and Erickson Beamon. Check out their 2013 beach collection at 20 Newtown Ln. in East Hampton. ☛ Rachel Comey is popping up at Surf Lodge twice this summer: July 12-14 and July 19-21. ☛ And on June 15, Pottery Barn makes its grand debut at 1 Hampton Rd., also in Southampton. ☛ Oh, and congrats to Hamptonite Ariane Goldman, the brains behind maternity brand Hatch, on her first non-preggo collection, Plage:

Summer Shopping Soirées!

Catherine Malandrino

Catherine Malandrino celebration of summer shopping event at 27 Newtown Ln., East Hampton When: May 25, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Tiina The Store pairs up with Japanese cult brand, Arts & Science. The shop-in-shop kicks off with designer Sonya Park at 216 Main St., Amagansett When: May 25, 2:00-7:00 p.m. Bonne Nuit hosts a swimwear trunk show for Helen Jon at 55 Main St., East Hampton When: June 6, 5:00-8:00 p.m.


Invite only. Everything But Water Eres Sunwear When: hosts a trunk show Collection June 29, with Mara Hoffman at preview with Donna 7:00 p.m. 66 Newtown Ln., East host Kelly Karan Hampton Rutherford When: June 22, at 55 Main Monc XIII “Style In Blue” Mara 12:00-3:00 p.m. St., East party at 40 Madison St., Hoffman Hampton Sag Harbor Baby Buggy When: When: May 24, 6:00 p.m shopping June 15, event with 5:30-7:30 p.m. Jessica Seinfeld Pottery Barn at summer party at Jessica Serena 1 Hampton Rd., Seinfeld & Lily at Southampton 332 When: June 16, 10:00 a.m. Montauk Hwy., Whalebone Creative and Wainscott The Montauk Brewing When: June Company host an event 26 at 62 South Erie Ave., Montauk DKNY graffiti art When: June 18, auction party 1:00-4:00 p.m. to benefit Free Arts NYC at The Montauk Beach House at 55 South Elmwood Ave.

Haute Hippie’s Trish Wescoat Pound


Theodora & Callum now comes in pintsized proportions! Expect girl’s caftans and dresses in T&C prints for ages three to seven. The poppy line will retail for $75-$95, starting Memorial weekend at 55 Main St. in East Hampton.


Look out for Giejo! The emerging swim brand will debut its summer collection with an exclusive knit tank in partnership with Marcia Patmos of Leroy & Perry. Also on rack? NOE Undergarments, a recently launched label of luxe intimate apparel and RTW interpreted pieces.

SIMON SAYS! With Cheeki Founder Sam Simon What is Cheeki? It’s a high-quality intimate apparel line, like Hanky Panky or Commando, but the product is completely heat-sealed, so the customer can wear it immediately after purchase without having to wash it. When did you launch? During New York Fashion Week last fall. All the models in Timo Weiland’s show wore Cheeki under the clothes. The girls loved it. People were just throwing random underwear at them, and they didn’t even know where it came from! Details, please! We have a g-string, thong, and boy short for $10, $15, and $20, available at and Oliver NYC. Who in the Hamptons needs to get Cheeki? Would it be weird if I said Alec Baldwin? G E T T Y I M A G E S ( 3 ) ; PAT R I C K M C M U L L A N . C O M ( 3 ) ; A L L R E TA I L E R S C O U R T E S Y



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Chanel Le Vernis Nail Color in Lilis and Lèvres Scintillantes Glossimer in Envolée,


($27, polish; $29.50, gloss),


Maybelline New York Eye Studio Color Tattoo Metal 24HR Cream Gel Shadow in Gold Rush, ($6.99), Rite Aid, 82 Nugent St., Southampton, (631) 283-2604; Color

Sensational Vivids Lipstick in Electric


Orange ($7.49); Rite Aid, 50 E. Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays, (631) 728-2566

BEAUTY LOOK TO LOVE! The naturally bronzed

goddess glow; nobody does it better than Dolce & Gabbana! But shall we try?

NARS Multi-Action Hydrating Toner,

Hampton Sun SPF 15 Gel,

($32), Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-4000

($35), White’s Pharmacy, 81 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 324-0082

Origins GinZing Energy-Boosting Moisturizer,

($26.50), 62 Grand Central Terminal, (212) 808-4141

Juicy Couture Bath and Body Cream, ($55), Sephora, 597 Fifth Ave., (212) 980-6534

Lancôme Star Bronzer Palette,

Frederic Fekkai Perfectly Luscious Curls Wave Activating Spray,

in Bronze Essence ($42), Macy’s, 190 W. Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays, (516) 728-5500

($25), Frederic Fekkai, 712 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-9500

Balenciaga Paris Body Lotion, ($50),

Essie Nail Polish, in Saturday Disco Fever and Blanc, ($8), CVS, 111 Main St., Southampton, (516) 283-4250

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“ Francisco’s dresses are perfect for Cannes. They’re super feminine.”

Before the Hamptons party starts in earnest, there was Cannes to contend with! The absolute fashion bash of note on the 66th annual calendar? Calvin Klein Collection and Euphoria Calvin Klein’s party celebrating women in film. IFP’s Joana Vicente and Calvin Klein Collection creative director Francisco Costa hosted the event at Rooney Mara in Calvin Klein L’Écrin, and the chicettes Collection with came out in full force! Nicole Francisco Costa Kidman, Rooney Mara, Carey Mulligan, Dasha Zhukova, Olympia Scarry, Cara Delevingne, Harvey Weinstein, Derek Blasberg, Hanneli Mustaparta, and Naomie Harris.

Paz Vega

“I absolutely love this dress! I got off a plane, it was only the second dress that I tried on. and I knew it was the right one. It’s perfect!”

Hanneli Mustaparta

Carey Mulligan

“It was lovely to be asked to be here. Making movies has been my life!” Nicole Kidman

Katie Chang


Is Europe on your summer agenda, chéries? David Giuntoli, Grimm star: “I’m going to Paris! I’m going to stay in David Giuntoli Île Saint-Louis in a penthouse.” Robbie Meyers, editor in chief, Elle: I’m going to Rome for fun. We don’t know where we are staying yet. Kate Betts, contributing editor at TIME: “I’m doing Kathryn Ireland’s boot camp in the South of France.” Elizabeth Cutler, SoulCycle co-founder: “I’m going to Patmos, Greece with my family! I’ve never been, and I’m beside myself.” Michelle Smith, designer Milly: “I’m taking my family to Puglia in Italy this summer.” Lake Bell, actress: “The invitations haven’t gone out for my European tour quite yet.” Lake Bell Harry Brant, teenager: “Paris couture and the rest…I have no idea. My family decides these things really late. That’s just the way we are.” Kerry Washington, Scandal star: “I’m not telling anyone where I’m going this summer!” Lola Montes Kerry Washington Schnabel, artist: “I’m going to Venice to show a film I made. My vacation is painting in my studio in Amagansett.” Lola Montes Schnabel

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CHIC CHOPS! Delmonico’s Hits The Hamptons

Bad news for your husband’s arteries, ladies! The superbly old-school Wall Street steak house on Beaver Street is headed to the beach. Delmonico’s of Southampton opens the doors of its 5,000-square foot surf n’ turf emporium this weekend in the former Savanna’s space. 268 Elm St., Southampton, (631) 283-0202

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DID YOU KNOW? ... that when Delmonico’s opened in 1837 it was America’s first high-end restaurant? ... that its chefs invented Eggs Benedict? ...and Baked Alaska, that fluffy, flame-broiled staple of cruise ships the world over?


The cookie pros at Tate’s Bake Shop have added a 3,000-square foot kitchen that’s entirely sans gluten. Try two fresh flavors: ginger zinger and double chocolate chip.

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Justin Timberlake


Before the seasonal flood of celebs engulfs us all, a quick review of Spring’s noteworthy noshes. They’ll seem quaint come July! Back in April, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel ate burritos without shame at La Fondita, where Josh Lucas celebrated Cinco de Mayo a week later. ☛ Also in April, over at Nick & Toni’s, Jimmy Fallon broke bread with Lorne Michaels, hashing out the details (we can only assume) of Seth Meyer’s future. ☛ Candice Bergen dined with her family nearby but managed not to squeal.


The city mainstay will be in residence at The Capri thru Labor Day in Nobu’s old digs. Chef Cliff Crooks, an alum of Blue Water Grill and Gramercy Tavern, gave us the deets. Any Hamptons menu musts? Tuna tartare, which is a BLT Steak staple. It’s so fresh and light. How do you like your steak? Medium rare. What’s the secret behind those insanely popular popovers? Tender loving care. In all seriousness. The recipe is simple—milk, eggs, flour, salt, gruyere—but actually making them is an art form. 281 County Rd., 39A Rte. 27, Southampton, (631) 259-2641

Josh Lucas

CRAFT-Y COLICCHIO OPENS... FOR REAL! NICK & TONI’S NEW LOOK! A Moment With Managing Partner Mark Smith

Topping Rose House is fully up and running. The restaurant portion of Tom Colicchio’s 151-year-old Bridgehampton outpost had been slated to open last summer, but was delayed until September. This weekend he’s christening the 22-room inn portion, which boasts a Naturopathica spa, wellness center, and revamped barn for events. Stop by and watch Tom get his hands dirty in the garden out back! 1 Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor Turnpike, (631) 537-0870

Why the redesign? It was time. The restaurant was last redone 20 years ago. This year we’re doing brunch again, and while looking around in daylight, I realized it needed a re-do. We wanted the design to be more contemporary, so there’s natural wood and white oak. We added banquettes, and our iconic art pieces are still there. It’s really open and fresh, but it’s still the same restaurant. How painful was it? We did it all in six weeks. Pretty amazing! Different trades were all working at once; everyone was here at the same time, climbing over each other. After a quarter-century in biz, does the competition still stress you out? I’d be lying if I said I didn’t keep an eye on it! But I don’t lose sleep worrying about the competition. I stay up at night wondering how we can make ourselves better. Celebs flock to Nick & Toni’s. Any big fish you still haven’t landed? We have everyone from Paul McCartney on down. It runs the gamut. Maybe I’m jaded. I guess I’d like to see Jesus Christ someday! 136 North Main St., East Hampton, (631) 324-3550


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NICOLE MILLER’S FOODIE MUSTS! The fashion designer shares her top 10 spots for sourcing a Hamptons feast! BAKERY: Sag Harbor

Baking Co. 51 Division St., (631) 899-4900 “They have the best baguettes, (usually fresh out of the oven!) pretzel croissants, lemon tarts, and pecan squares.” BUTCHER: Cromer’s Country Market 3500 Noyac Rd., Sag Harbor, (631) 725-9004 “A great selection of meat, and they make their own sausages! I always have some on hand for impromptu barbeques.” COFFEE: Sag Town Coffee 78 Main St., Sag Harbor, (631) 725-8696 “After Flywheel at the crack of dawn, I get a Sag Town iced cappuccino. With whole milk, of course! Counterproductive, but well worth it.” SEAFOOD: Dock Bar 1 Town Rd., Montauk, (631) 668-9778 “My go-to place for lobsters, cooked or alive. They also make a great clam chowder by the quart.” FRUIT: Sag Harbor Farmer’s Market Bay St. at Burke St., Sag Harbor “On Memorial Day, I go here for Quail Hill Farm rhubarb: you can only get it until the first week of June. I freeze it to make rhubarb pie all summer!” WINE: Cavaniola’s 89B Division St., Rte. 114, Sag Harbor, (631) 725-0095 “There’s always a great selection of rosé, perfect for late summer afternoons.” VEGETABLES: Serene Green Farm Stand Stony Hill Rd. and Noyac Road, Sag Harbor, (631) 334-6311 “They’re always expanding their selection, with seafood now, too! I find exactly what I’m looking for.” FLOWERS: Sag Harbor Florist 3 Bay St., Sag Harbor, (631) 725-1400 “They do beautiful custom arrangements. I use them for all my dinner parties, large and small.” CHEESE: Red Horse Market 74 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, (631) 324- 9500 “I love mozzarella, and Red Horse Market has the best in the Hamptons! Chef Pasquale learned to make mozzarella from his grandmother in Naples, Italy when he was a boy.” ICE CREAM: Nicole’s kitchen! “I make my own! Besides my standby vanilla recipe, I also play around with fresh fruit, like strawberries.”


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Bridgehampton’s Southfork Kitchen folded after two years. Its replacement? Fresh Hamptons. Todd Jacobs, an alum of Long Beach’s Allegria hotel, is the chef. Expect gentler prices, the same farm-totable concept, and lots of vegan items. Mangia! ☛ Authentic Mexican joint La Brisa debuts in Montauk, with an in-house tortilla machine, Sonoran-style tacos, ceviches, and more! ☛ Beaumarchais is passé, with Sienna Restaurant & UltraLounge (from UES’s TBar Steak owners) as its successor. ☛ 1770 House Restaurant & Inn nabbed Della Femina’s head chef, Michael Rozzi Rozzi, to replace Matt Birnstill. ☛ In THE LATEST front-of-house news, Nick & Toni’s (GREATEST?) new general manager, Carolyn LOBSTER ROLL , oklyn Like everyone else in Bro Papetti replaces Bonnie Munshin… Papetti, is Red Hook Lobster Pound the for decamping to Montauk h wit ce spa a g summer, sharin de. ona lem k Sweet ‘tau 34 South Etna Ave., Montauk

FRESH-PRESSED FUN! ... with Juice Lane’s ane’s Ian I & Justin Browne

What’s your first Hamptons memory? Ian: We’ve been coming out since we were three- years old. Our grandparents discovered Sag Harbor 40 years ago, and we always spent summers and holidays there. Justin: Our youth is captured in a photo of us and our older brother, Christophe, standing on a rock on Long Beach when we were seven. Studly! What made you want to open a juice place? Ian: We couldn’t find our favorite juices out here so we decided to open our own. It’s that simple. Why Wainscott? We love the central location. The proximity to Barry’s Bootcamp was also a big draw. What’s your favorite recipe? Justin: Circulation, which contains apple, lemon, and ginger. Ian: Farms III. It’s an all-greens drink that doesn’t make you feel like you’re being punished. 354 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, (631) 527-5057


In an ironic twist, a slew of popular East End joints are setting up shop in New York and L.A....

Gabby Karan DeFelice

• Tutto Il Giorno is adding a third location in Tribeca. On the menu: The same neo-Neapolitan nibbles that made Gabby Karan De Felice and her hubby, Gianpaolo’s places in Sag and Southampton so tough to book. (114 Franklin St.) • Japanese hot spot Sen opened a Flatiron location in December, Sushi-crafting cred alert! Yasudatrained chef Hiro Sawatari (formerly of Soho’s Niko) is on deck. (12 West 21st St.) • Babette’s in East Hampton (66 Newtown Ln.) will open an L.A. location in October. The resto’s quinoa and tofu-filled menu should fit right in.


Pepalajefa’s Livia Hegn ith W ! S T H IG L E D I DEL It’s P Pepalajefa’s first full season. Details, please! We’re debuting our new juice bar and also serving frozen pre-made dinners, gourmet coffee, gelato and our to-go dishes from last summer. How did your first summer go? As with any new business, there were innumerable daily challenges and surprises, but we love our Sag Harbor friends and neighbors. Any famous customers yet? There were a lot of celebrities last summer. I’m Swiss so I don’t know any of their names, but my staff was very excited. Also, a queen from the Middle East. What’s your favorite Pepalajefa meal? I love our Moroccan chicken legs.

When do you get the most foot traffic? In the Hamptons, summer weekends are always busy. The craziness can be fun, though! Love the decor! What’s the backstory? I wanted a beautiful shop with bursts of color that also shows off our international flair. It captures everything that Pepalajefa represents! Do a lot of people ask you how to pronounce the store’s name? I get a lot of odd pronunciations. It translates to “Pepa the boss.” I knew a restaurant owner in Spain named Pepa. I called her ‘Pepa la Jefa.’ What do you want Pepalajefa to look like five years from now? Blooming! 7 Main St., Sag Harbor, (631) 899-4630 B FA N YC . C O M ; PAT R I C K M C M U L L A N . C O M ; A L L R E S TA U R A N T S C O U R T E S Y; S H U T T E R S TO C K


Maison 24 Scalamandre decanter, 2424 Main St., Bridgehampton, (631) 537-2488


Kim Seybert round lacquered bamboo placemat, Barneys, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900

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Kelly Wearstler, “The Big Kiss” objet,

C.Wonder enamel cheese knife set, 5 Main St., Southampton, (631) 287-2645


Maison Martin Margiela by L’Atelier d’Exercises cloth clock, 801 Greenwich St., (212) 989-7612

Embrace the non-color of the season with these beach-house ready accents.


C.Wonder pierced ginger jars, 5 Main St., Southampton, (631) 287-2645


Sylvester & Co. At Home white lacquered Lombard chest, 154 Main St., Amagansett, (631) 267-9777


Design Within Reach Cuba lounge chair, 110 Greene St., (212) 475-0001


Michael Aram wine coaster, In Home, 132 Main St., Sag Harbor, (631) 725-7900



Bird clear glass table lamp


White powder coated magazine rack


Pottery Barn Hampstead porch bench, 1 Hampton Road, Southampton, opening June 15


Tom Dixon Jack light

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Reeves Design Louis bedside table

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AT THESE LOCATIONS: At all Hamptons train stations between Quogue and Montauk. Plus! At Jitney, Ambassador and Luxury Liner Manhattan departures every Thursday and Friday


Brent’s General Store, 8 Montauk Hwy. Hampton Nail, 195 Main St. La Fondita, 74 Montauk Hwy. Salon at Amagansett Square, 6 Amagansett Sq.


25 Park, 2415 Main St. Angel Tip Salon, 2102 Montauk Hwy. Bridgehampton Deli, 2450 Montauk Hwy. Candy Kitchen, 2391 Montauk Hwy. Capelli,2491 Montauk Hwy. Douglas Elliman, 2488 Main St. Enclave Inn, 2668 Montauk Hwy Gil Ferrer Salon,2004 Montauk Hwy. Golden Pear Cafe, 2426 Montauk Hwy. Hampton Library, 2478 Main St. Salon EQ, 42 Snake Hollow Rd. Soul Cycle, 264 Butter Ln. Unlimited Earth Care, 2249 Scuttle Hole Rd. World Pie, 2402 Montauk Hwy.


Blue and Cream, 60 On The Circle Calypso St Barth, 21 Newtown Ln. Day Spa, 10 Main St. Douglas Elliman, 20 Main St. Goldberg’s Bagels, 100 Pantigo Pl. Golden Pear Cafe, 34 Newtown Ln. Haute Hippie, 20 Newtown Ln. John Papas Café, 18 Park Pl. Juicy Couture, 17 Newtown Ln. LF, 66 Newtown Ln. Optyx, 10 Main St. Rickys NYC, 50 Main St. Scoop Beach, 51 Newtown Ln. Scoop DuJour, 35 Newtown Ln. Soul Cycle, 68 Newtown Ln. White’s Pharmacy, 81 Main St.


Clover Nails, 526 Montauk Hwy. Fourth Neck Realty, 477 Montauk Hwy. Victoria Taylor Salon, 540 Montauk Hwy.


Boccacini’s, 42 E. Montauk Hwy. Douglas Elliman, 14 W. Montauk Hwy El Flamingo Boutique, 7 W. Montauk Hwy. Erika’s in the Hamptons, 7 Ponquogue Ave. King Cullen, 52 E. Montauk Hwy. L & A Beauty Salon, 15 Ponquogue Ave. Little Bird Nail Salon, 3 E. Montauk Hwy. Salon East, 2 E. Montauk Hwy. Tickled Pink Nails, 21 W. Montauk Hwy.


668 The Gigshack, 782 Main St. Douglas Elliman, 752 Montauk Hwy. Yacht Club Marina, 32 Star Island Rd. Gurney’s Inn Resort, 290 Old Montauk Hwy.


CustomCoolRugs, 44 Quogue St. Douglas Elliman, 134 Jessup Ave. Quogue Country Market, 146 Jessup Ave. Sportime at the Hamptons, 2751 Old Riverhead Rd. Stone Creek Inn, 405 Montauk Hwy.


D Nail and Salon and Spa, 2 Bay St. Douglas Elliman, 138 Main St. Flying Point Surf Boutique, 34 Main St. Golden Pear Cafe, 111 Main St. Romany Kramoris Gallery, 41 Main St. Schiavonis Market, 48 Main St.


Ananas, 71 Hill St. Audi of Southampton, 705 Country Rd. 39A Barrister’s, 36 Main St. Besim’s Cigars,99 Jobs Ln. C.Wonder, 5 Main St. CVS, 111 Main St. Dazzelle, 47 Jobs Ln. Douglas Elliman, 70 Jobs Ln. Evolution Fitness, 33 Hill St. Golden Pear Cafe, 99 Main St. Hana Nails and Spa, 18 Windmill Ln. Haute Hippie, 66 Jobs Ln. Hotel Capri, 281 County Rd., 39A Route 27 John Dillan, 16 Hill St. La Carezza, 45 Windmill Ln. LF Stores, 87 Main St. Magaschoni, 53 Jobs Ln. Norah’s, 46 Jobs Ln. Renaissance Unlimited, 28 Cameron St. Revolve Hair, 34 Hill St. Sant Ambroeus, 30 Main St. Schmidt’s Seafood Market, 1282 N. Sea Rd. Tenet, 91 Main St. The Atlantic Hotel, 1655 County Rd. 39 The Bentley, 161 Hills Station Rd. Village Gourmet Cheese Shoppe, 11 Main St.


Breadzilla, 84 Wainscott NW Rd. East Hampton Airport, 200 Daniels Hole Rd. Levain Bakery, 354 Montauk Hwy.

Lift Hampton, 354 Montauk Hwy. Sweet Nails, 354 Montauk Hwy. Twice Upon a Bagel, 358 Montauk Hwy. Wainscott Market Deli, 352 Montauk Hwy.


Avanti Culinary Market, 760 Montauk Hwy. Duck Walk Vineyard, 231 Montauk Hwy. Green Thumb Fruit Stand,829 Montauk Hwy. Hampton Coffee, 869 Montauk Hwy. Out of the Closet, 720 Montauk Hwy. Serenity Nails, 670 Montauk Hwy.


Beach Auto Sales, 114 Old Riverhead Rd. Beach Bakery Café, 112 Main St. Blue 1, 124 Main St. Brunetti Hair and Beauty, 48 Main St. Calypso St Barth, 123 Main St. Dee Angelo’s Pleasant Ave. Café, 149 Main St. Douglas Elliman, 104 Main St. Goldberg’s Bagels,65 Main St. Hana Nails and Spa, 135 Main St. Lavish Beauty, 132 Main St.

Where to find

ME !

Lucille’s Beach Barn, 72 Main St. Lynn Stoller, 7 Moniebogue Ln. Margarita Grille, 83 Main St. Max and Ginos, 129 Main St. Post Stop Cafe, 144 Main St. Shock, 115 Main St. Simons Beach Bakery, 112 Main St. Starr Boggs, 6 Parlato Dr. Sydney’s, 103 Main St. The Patio, 54 Main St.

Dennis Basso gown, available at 765 Madison Ave., (212) 794-4500; Miriam Haskell necklace (top), available at; all other jewelry by Stella Flame, available at Fragments, 116 Prince St., (866) 966-4688 FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


From the luminous majesty of Carolina Herrera to the purist perfection of Calvin Klein to the ebullient blancs of Chanel, Pucci, et Laroche, the color of summer is the absence of color—pristine, pure, and wickedly sexy white. In shades of ivory and snow, new smoke and old lace, this heavenliest of hues makes us all look like angels. And thank God for that.

“…They came to a place where there were no trees and the sidewalk was white with moonlight…” —F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby


This Page: Carolina Herrera jacket and shorts, available at 954 Madison Ave., (212) 249-6552; Anita Ko bracelets, available at Jeffrey, 449 W. 14th St., (212) 206-1272; Stella Flame cuff, ring, and bangle; Moritz Glik cuff and charm bracelet, all from Fragments Opposite Page: Blumarine jacket, available at Blumarine. com; Eres swim bottom, available at 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900; Jerome Rousseau boots, available at; Anita Ko bracelets, available at, Stella Flame pendant, cuffs and bangle, from Fragments


“Women think of all colors except the absence of color. White…The beauty is absolute.” —Coco Chanel

Dutch stunner Marloes Horst has it made in the shade! How much white is in your closet? A lot! I get complaints about it from my mom, actually. But moms always need something to complain about, right? I love white, especially in the summer. People just look happier when they wear it. Tell us about your name. It sounds very unique once you leave Holland, but it’s actually very unoriginal. It was the most common name when I was born. My parents weren’t very creative. It’s the Jane of Holland. Totally! It doesn’t mean anything. It’s very boring. How do people pronounce it here? I’m mostly “Marlow.” For some reason they never get the “s” at the end. It’s supposed to sounds like “goose.” You should tell them the extra ‘s’ is for sexy! What do your parents do, if we may be so bold? My dad was a biology teacher and my mom is a medical teacher. My youngest brother is a history teacher now, and my older brother teaches geology. A lot of teachers, and then there’s me! You should teach modeling! Maybe one day I’ll have a modeling school—make my parent’s proud. But lately I’ve been very interested in interior design. How were you discovered? It was really random. When I was 16 my best friend

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liked to take pictures, and one day we sent out photos of me to modeling agencies in Holland. We didn’t expect anything and then I heard back from them two days later. Now I’m living in New York. What’s been your favorite job so far? Aside from The Daily, of course. I did a shoot in Africa, and every day we had to drive an hour to the location. It was like your own private safari trip. You were the face and bod of Calvin Klein swimwear. How was that? I loved the pictures. It really helped my career. What was the first show you walked in? It was Prada, and I wore crazy high heels. Nine girls fell, but I didn’t because I walked as slow as an elderly person. I was so freaking nervous I probably looked like a deer in headlights. I’m way too nervous for runway! What’s your forté? I’m the sexy person! I get to do the swimsuit and the underwear shoots. You have some models that do boyish and cool well. My blonde hair and blue eyes have more of a Lara Stone, sexy vibe. Do you know Lara? I run into her at castings, but we’ve never worked together. I love her work, though! What about Doutzen Kroes? I’ve hung out with her in the Hamptons, actually.

We stayed at the same house. I didn’t know she was going to be there and it was nice to be able to speak my own language. We come from the same area in Holland. Why do you think so many models come out of Holland? Dutch people do well because we’re really easy to work with. Every country seems to have a moment. When I started, it was all about the Russians and then it was all about the Brazilians, so maybe now it’s the Dutch invasion. It’s our time. Is there an equivalent to the Hamptons in Holland? No. We don’t have rich people in Holland. The rich community there is about 10 people. All the people who do well leave! [laughs] What do you love most about summer? Getting the long days back. After dinner you don’t feel like you have to stay in. You can enjoy outside and be excited about walking the dog. Do you have a dog? Of course! She’s my angel. Her name is Pip. She wasn’t planned, but I saw her in a pet store where normally dogs look pretty depressed and she was the happiest, goofiest dog I’d ever seen. What do you miss most about home? I miss speaking my own language. I only do it now when my mom calls.

“I love white...People just look happier when they wear it.” —Marloes Horst


“The most beautiful costume is the human skin, but since it isn’t conventional or polite to appear in public in that garb alone, I believe in wearing white.” —Mark Twain

This Page: Guy Laroche jacket and pants, available at; Calvin Klein bikini top, available at Macy’s, 151 W. 34th St., (212) 695-4400; Manolo Blahnik pumps, available at 31 W. 54th St., (212) 5823007; Pour la Victoire clutch, available at Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave., (212) 705-2000; all jewelry from Fragments Opposite Page: Guy Laroche dress, Gianvito Rossi sandals, available at Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900; Anita Ko bracelet, available at; Moritz Glik pendant and link bracelet; Mary Louise Design pendants; Renata snake bracelet; Stella Flame ring and bangles, all from Fragments

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“The first of all single colors is white …We shall set down white for the representative of light, without which no color can be seen…” — Leonardo da Vinci

Calvin Klein Collection dress and belt, available at Calvin Klein, 654 Madison Ave., (212) 292-9000 FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

CHIC Musts

White Haute Chloé, Calvin, Jil —a veritable white squall washed over the summer runways. Let's get the look!



CHIC Musts



THE WHITE IDEA Show off your tan in this crisply pressed Chloé peek-a-boo.


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Brunello Cucinelli, 39 Newtown Ln., East Hampton, (631) 324-3400



La Perla, 803 Madison Ave., (212) 570-0050


J Brand, Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 907-8025

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Robert Rodriguez, Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton (631) 907-8025


DKNY, 655 Madison Ave., (212) 223-3569

BCBG, 20 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 324-7645


Issa, Scoop, 475 Broadway, (212) 925-3539


Current/Elliott, Blue & Cream, 60 On The Circle, East Hampton, (631) 329-1392


Valentino, 746 Madison Ave., (212) 772-6969


Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet, 79 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 702-7155


Stella McCartney, 112 Greene St., (212) 255-1556


Emilio Pucci, 855 Madison Ave., (212) 230-1135


Jil Sander, 818 Madison Ave., (212) 838-6100


Tomas Maier, 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, (631) 604-6700

Calvin Klein


Alexander Wang, 103 Grand St., (212) 977-9683

CHIC Musts


Dolce & Gabbana, 717 Fifth Ave., (212) 897-9653

BLEACHY A little Saint Tropez, and a lot Saint Barths: these all-white shoes and bags are a Hamptons must.

Miu Miu FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

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Pour La Victoire, Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-4000

Tod’s, 650 Madison Ave., (212) 644-5945



BCBG, 20 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 324-7645


Tkees, Scoop, 51 Newtown Ln., East Hampton, (631) 329-6800

Oscar de la Renta, 772 Madison Ave., (212) 288-5810


Gianvito Rossi, Barneys, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900


Michael Kors, 19 Newtown Ln., East Hampton, (631) 267-2200


Valextra, Barneys, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900


Lanvin, 815 Madison Ave., (646) 439-0381


Lanvin, 815 Madison Ave., (646) 439-0380


Roger Vivier, 750 Madison Ave., (212) 861-5371


Saint Laurent, 3 E. 57th St., (212) 702-7155


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Miu Miu, 100 Prince St., (212) 334-5156

3.1 Phillip Lim, 115 Mercer St., (212) 334-1160



Stuart Weitzman, 625 Madison Ave., (212) 750-2555

Alexander Wang, 103 Grand St., (212) 977-9683


Banana Republic, 2044 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, (631) 537-5534


MICHAEL Michael Kors, 30 Main St., Southampton, (631) 283-2633

Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet, 79 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 204-0164


Theory, 46 Newtown Ln., East Hampton, (631) 324-3285


CHIC Musts


Roberto Coin,

Glisten up, darlings! Luxe white is all you need to speak chic this summer. Emilio Pucci


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Baume-et-Mercier, London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-3939


Jaeger-LeCoultre, London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-3939


Ivanka Trump, 109 Mercer St., (212) 756-9912


Van Cleef & Arpels, 744 Fifth Ave., (212) 896-9289


Danielle Queller, Southampton, By appointment (646) 344-4204


Piaget, 730 Fifth Ave., (212) 246-555


Audemars Piguet, London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-3939


Tamara Comolli, 27 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 283-7600



Katherine Jetter,, (855) 775-3935


Vacheron Constantin, London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-3939


Hublot, London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-3939


Harry Winston, London Jewelers, 2046 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, (516) 627-7475


Hermès, 691 Madison Ave., (212) 751-3181


Tag Heuer, London Jewelers, 47 Main St., Southampton, (631) 287-4499

Montblanc, 598 Madison Ave., (212) 223-8888



Ippolita, London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-3939



Coach, 50 Newtown Ln., (631) 324-0394


Djula Joaillerie, London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-3939

Ippolita, London Jewelers, 47 Main St., Southampton, (631) 287-4499


Chanel, London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-3939

CHIC Nostalgique

1942 Jacqueline Bouvier with her piebald pony, Dance Step, in a costume class at the East Hampton Tercentenary Celebration

ICONIC Moments A few faded snapshots from the Hamptons family album...



Bob Fosse and Liza Minnelli at The Laundry in East Hampton

1948 Catherine Murray McManus and Jeanne Murray Vanderbilt at the Southampton Bathing Corporation


Lauren Bacall and Gwen Verdon at East Hampton’s The Laundry restaurant

1959 Painter Robert

Rauschenberg with art gallery owner Tibor de Nagy at Flying Point Beach in Water Mill


C.Z. Guest in Southampton


CHIC Nostalgique

1977 Ralph and Ricky Lauren at their home in East Hampton, with sons David and Andrew

1968 Composer and conductor

Leonard Bernstein and his wife actress Felicia Montealegre in Water Mill


Mrs. Henry Ford II at the beach in Southampton



Willem de Kooning at Flying Point Beach in Water Mill


1955 Mr. and Mrs.

Truman Capote in Sagaponack


Fashion designer Mary McFadden in Southampton

William Randolph Hearst Jr. with their sons, Austin and William III


Elizabeth Fly and Jacqueline Bouvier at a fashion show in East Hampton

1954 Mr. and

Mrs. Igor Cassini in Southampton


Artist Jasper Johns in Water Mill


Diana and Thomas Reed Vreeland in Southampton


Edith Beale at the East Hampton Fair GETTY IMAGES

CHIC Next Gen

WHO’S YOUR DADDY? Nicole Miller Palmer Taipale Age: 17 Likely Career Path: He told us he’s into “physics, cosmology, general relativity, solving for entropy and discovering the shape of the universe.” So, um, science? Summer Plans: He’s interning at Riverkeeper, but on weekends he’ll be waterskiing at Smith’s Cove. Or Maybe Showbiz: He has a producer credit on the just-released documentary, Our Nixon.

Jellybean Benitez Reya Benitez Age: 21 Likely Career Path: She tells us that she wants to get into event planning. For now, she’s a hospitality management major at Syracuse. She graduates next year. Paying Her Dues: She interned for East End icon Lizzie Grubman Public Accolades to Date: Page Six dubbed her an “A-list teen”

Howard Stern Emily Stern Age: 30 Parental Resemblance: She’s six feet tall! Daddy’s Girl: “She’s got a father who’s very infamous,” The King of All Media told Larry King. “And I think it would be difficult to figure out who you are in life and all of that. I think she’s done a beautiful job.” Last Seen: Writing poems for The Jewish Journal. Her last one was called “Zombies and Enlightenment.”

Billy Joel Alexa Ray Joel Age: 27 Likely Career Path: Singing and songwriting Don’t mess with Alexa: After Star ran a string of nasty items about her mom, Christie Brinkley, she fought back on Facebook: “This has gone on for far too long now,” she wrote. “Enough is enough.” A Nose For News: She came clean to People about her 2010 rhinoplasty. Who knew? The Ray is Dad’s homage to Ray Charles.

Peter Brant Harry and Peter Brant Jr. Age: 16, 20 Likely Career Path: We stay up at night wondering... Big Debut: In 2011, when Peter was photographed kissing his mom on the beach in St. Barths. Suddenly Shy? “I’m trying to keep it light on doing a lot of interviews right now,” Harry wrote to us via e-mail. Thoughts On Suri Cruise: “She’s one of my idols,” Peter told Vanity Fair.

Nanette Lepore Violet Lepore Age: 15 Likely Career Path: “I definitely want to do something involving fashion,” she tells The Daily Summer. “Maybe an editor or something like that.” Where You’ll Spot Her: Tanning with friends at Ditch Plains or helping her mom with the Styleliner. Coming Out: Seventeen did a feature on her closet last year.

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Kathy Hilton Conrad and Barron Hilton Age: 19, 23 Likely Career Path: The Simple Life: Next Generation on E! Police Blotter: Both have had their troubles with the law, but boys will be boys... Twitter Followers at Press Time: Conrad: 23,312 Barron: 55,319 Paris: 10,797,437 Social Media Savvy: Barron posted a video of a friend rubbing his head with $100 bills.

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Meet the A-list offspring just trying to do their parents proud! Curious about the tween in the droptop Bentley that just stole your parking space? Wondering who snagged your table at Topping Rose House? Enter The Daily Summer Class of 2013. They’ve got boldface surnames and big shoes to fill, and without them, summer out East just wouldn’t be the same …

Michael Loeb Stephanie Loeb Age: 15 Likely Career Path: Personal trainer Where You’ll Spot Her: Ruby and Jenna in Southampton or lunching at Silvers Big Deal Alert: She’s being honored on June 29 at the 17th Annual Heart of the Hamptons Ball for the American Heart Association You Go, Girl! She lost over 30 pounds in the past year!

Jann Wenner Theo Wenner Age: 26 Likely Career Path: He’s already on it! In addition to shooting for Rolling Stone (obvs), he has Vanity Fair and Vogue Hommes credits under his belt and even spent time in front of the camera as model for Hogan’s print campaign. Where you’ve Seen Him: In Us Weekly and Star when he was dating Liv Tyler.

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Madonna Lourdes Ciccone Age: 14 Likely Career Path: Fashion, darling! She already has her own successful line at Macy’s called ‘Material Girl,’ which she co-designs with Momdonna Pint-Sized Power Couple: She’s reportedly dating Homeland actor Timothée Chalamet Most Likely To: Charm the fashion world’s pants off in five years. Watch Out, Madge! Paps snapped her smoking in 2012.

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Cy and Olmo Schnabel Age: 19 (they’re twins!) Likely Career Path: Art. Obviously. Littlest Schnabels No More: Dad’s fiancé, May Anderson, is due this summer. Brother Knows Best: “There’s no downside to being a Schnabel,” Vito Schnabel told The New York Observer. Legit Locals: They’ve been hanging in Montauk since they were in diapers.

Sasha Spielberg Age: 22 Likely Career Path: She and her brother Theo have their own band: “We were originally called Brother/ Sister…but there are too many brother-sisters in the world, so we changed it to Wardell,” she told Where You’ve Seen Her: Modeling for Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow Spring 2013 campaign.

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Alec Baldwin Ireland Baldwin Age: 17 Likely Career Path: Modeling then acting. (She recently signed with IMG.) Last Seen: Posing for Patrick Demarchelier in the June issue of Vanity Fair. Watch Out, Alec! “For a long time, yeah, that’s kind of what I believed in,” she told The New York Post, when asked if she was saving herself for marriage. “Now I have a different outlook.”

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Between building apps and backing restaurants, sweetnatured Seagram’s heiress Hannah Bronfman barely has time to DJ these days. The Daily Summer talked to the peripatetic queen of the under-30 scene about bad role models, her life in the Hamptons, and “semi-normal” childhood. BY EDDIE ROCHE PHOTOGRAPHY BY GIORGIO NIRO


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You’re a true child of the Hamptons! I am indeed. We had a house in Amagansett so I was out here every summer. I grew up in Manhattan and all of my girlfriends had houses out here, too, so I could always be with them. I didn’t go to the same all-girls school that they did—they went to Chapin, and I went to Spence—but during the summer we all got to hang out together at the beach. How did you entertain yourselves? When you’re younger you have a much more sheltered view of the beach, but as teenagers we got into all sorts of trouble. What kind of trouble? You know, just drinking and trying to hang out with surfers. [laughs] Not anything too, too crazy, but definitely things we shouldn’t have been doing at our age. We used to fill coolers with beer and bring them out to my friend’s barn. Where do you stay these days? My family is in Bridgehampton so I stay there sometimes, but all of my girlfriends usually end up staying at my friend Mallory’s house in Georgica

transparency and food safety. So just a few things. Yeah [laughs.] I think the time that we’re in right now is really interesting. People say that ADD is a disease, but I don’t think it is! It’s just the way our minds work, and when you meet so many people, why wouldn’t you take advantage of those opportunities? I meet people all the time who always want to work on projects with me. It just doesn’t seem like much fun to put all my eggs in one basket. How did you feel the first time you saw your yourself described as an “It” girl? It was definitely weird. I grew up in a semi-normal environment, and I’ve had the same best friends since I was two-years old. It’s one of those things where I grew up in a very social world. My mother had me hosting parties with her when I was fiveyears old, asking guests if I could take their coats and what they needed to drink. I certainly knew the day was coming, but it didn’t really hold any weight

Parents Sherri Brewer and Edgar Bronfman Jr. in 1981

“I grew up with Paris Hilton being everyone’s favorite ‘It’ girl, and to me that was not something I ever wanted to be associated with.” Association. Her parents love to have all of us over. We’re a big group of, like, 10 best friends. I’m one of seven kids so it can get a little hectic at my house. What do you have lined up for the summer? I’ve got a lot of weddings, and I might go to South Africa in July. Oh, and I’ll be DJing at The Surf Lodge this weekend. Nice. Do you go on the beach a lot or are you a pool person? I love the beach. What’s great about my house here is that we’re on Sag Pond so I can actually paddle board from my house to the beach. That, to me, is so luxurious. You’ve got quite a lot going on work-wise. How would you describe what you do? I like to say that I’m a Renaissance woman. I’ve got my hands in a few different projects. I’m really into sustainability, wellness, beauty, health, music and food, so I try to combine all of that. In addition to DJing, I’ve got an app coming out that books lastminute beauty appointments, and I’m also an investor in [Manhattan hot spot] Acme. I’m also working on a food app that’s all about sourcing food and food

when it did. It was just one of those things. I come from a family that’s been in the press for decades now—I’m in that next generation. Whatever eyes are on me, I’m trying to be as good a role model as possible. I have younger brothers and sisters, and I don’t really think there are that many positive female role models today who are strong and working. Who do you think is a good role model? I’m 25, so I grew up with Paris Hilton being everyone’s favorite “It” girl, and to me that was not something I ever wanted to be associated with. And Nicole Richie is so beautiful and has such a great fashion sense, but there was a time when they were on The Simple Life together where it wasn’t their best moment. I remember thinking, ‘I hope to never be exploited in this way.’ I hope my little brothers and sisters have someone to see on TV that’s not acting a fool. That doesn’t mean I don’t act a fool and I don’t enjoy myself and party with my friends and get too drunk sometimes, but I’m not doing it with cameras on me. I’m not putting that out on social media. I’m not trying to portray myself like that to a younger generation.

How are you portraying yourself? Well, I was at a party the other day and this woman came up to me and she was with her daughter who was, like, nine and With stepmother she said, ‘Just so you Clarissa and Edgar know there’s a group of girls at P.S.287 who think you’re the bee’s knees!’ Apparently all the other moms were curious about me so they looked at my Instagram and saw that my posts were about working out, fashion, my boyfriend and living a healthy At Coachella with lifestyle so they let boyfriend Brendan their kids follow me. Fallis I definitely take responsibility for my family name, but I also think that my family has put a lot of pressure to make sure that our name doesn’t get tainted. As long as we’re all acting in a way that’s commendable then no one has bad things to say about us. Would you ever do a reality TV show? That’s so hard to say because reality has changed a lot in the past 10 years. A lot of reality TV shows are scripted now. It could be funny to do a semi-reality docu-series that was scripted. I don’t think reality TV is necessarily my thing, but I’m not opposed to hearing a proposal about it. B FA N YC . C O M (8) ; PAT R I C K M C M U L L A N . C O M ( 2) ; G E T T Y I M AG E S

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Last Memorial Day, a chic anonymous New York City teen spoke to us about her luxe adventures summering out east every year. The intrigue factor was so haute, in fact, that we just had to check in with our Hamptonette one year later. Get ready for the sauciest dish on how she spent the rest of last summer carousing around the East End—and how she adjusted to the horrors of leaving the good life behind for college. AS TOLD TO EDDIE ROCHE ILLUSTRATIONS BY MAYA ILYASHOV FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

We haven’t spoken since last Memorial Day. How was last summer? It was very social! It was the last time everyone was together before we went off to college. Nello’s was gone, but Nammos was the new hot spot. I was always running into people I knew from high school there and it was basically the same scene. Champagne bottles popping! Was Nammos as good as Nello’s? The food was better. But everyone will remember their youths at Nello’s. To try to find the exact replacement is impossible, but the young and wild scene we love was still on. Did the Hamptons teens grow up last year? I don’t think so. We’re all stuck in our childish ways. Now that we’re in college, we’re kind of doing the same thing regardless of if we’re in Michigan or if we stayed in New York. We’re still finding ways to spend the money, go to clubs, and get VIP treatment. We’re probably wilder because we’re totally free from our parents! Let’s talk nips and tucks! Do you know girls your age that’ve had procedures? Nose jobs are huge. Everyone wants that perfect nose! And lots of people talk about boob reduction. I guess they can’t fit into their bikinis. The moms want bigger boobs, while all the young girls want to go down a size or two. When do you think the Botox treatments will start happening? How old is Kim Kardashian? She just turned 30 and she started a couple years ago. Everyone follows in the footsteps of their parents. There will be girls who won’t do it at all and then there will be the ones that start around 25. God forbid they see a hint of movement cropping up on their foreheads… The horror! What was the biggest purchase you made last summer? Céline bags. I think that was the “it” thing. Everyone started wearing them. It’s really obnoxious when everyone’s walking around Southampton with these overly dressy totes and head wraps. Everyone should tone it down at the beach this summer! Where would you never be caught dead in the Hamptons? Probably any guy’s mansion without parents around. Even if I know the guy. Why? Guys are aggressive! In New York, you’re not isolated. You can always call down to the doorman—or scream for help and hope a neighbor hears you. In the Hamptons, only the deer outside will come to your rescue. Do teens in your crowd ever get pregnant? Yes. There are lots of abortions. It’s very sad. What kinds of condoms do Hamptons teens use? Trojan. Only the finest. What size do they buy? I don’t know. I’m not experienced in that department. Do any of the girls who get pregnant keep the baby? No way. That would be socially crazy for their families! Getting pregnant by accident is appalling. Keeping the baby would be more embarrassing for the parents...It looks so irresponsible. Duly noted! So, what do your college pals think of your Hamptons history? Based on first impressions, they probably thought I was a spoiled rich kid. Once they got to know me, they realized that where you come from doesn’t define who you are. But there’s definitely a curiosity. They always want to know what the Hamptons are really like! What do you say? That it’s really how you want it to be. When you go to the Hamptons, you can make it your own. You can have a wild night in Montauk or a calm barbecue at home with your family. Do you tell them about the rollicking party scene out there? No. I’m embarrassed because this is five percent or less of the world. It’s this small group of kids who are spending their parents’ money and going wild in small towns on Long Island. It looks gross! Where do your college friends summer? A lot of people go to Martha’s Vineyard. I’ve been there before and I did

not like it. It’s like a wannabe Hamptons. They also go to the [Jersey] Shore, which I think is really weird. I don’t know if Nantucket is cheesy, but it’s definitely a different crowd than the Hamptons. Some are backpacking around Europe, and some people just don’t go anywhere. That’s really sad. How did you deal without having a nanny in college? I hired a housekeeper to come every week. To clean your dorm room?! Yes. My suite-mates are disgusting. Some girls got sick from the dorms and had to move to different places. I shared a bathroom with three other people; it was dusty! I have my broom, but I’m not Ms. Windex. Does she do your laundry, too? I have a laundry service. Everything is very cheap. It’s so much cheaper to go to school anywhere other than New York City. I’m saving so much money living outside of New York! But I don’t do my own laundry. I don’t know how. What did your nanny do when you went away? She cried. I cried too. I miss her so much. She took care of my siblings, but apparently it was very quiet in my home. There was less laundry and less screaming. Is she on retainer to be your nanny for life? I always tell her that when I have kids, she better not retire because she’s going to have to come work for me. Do you have an allowance? I have a credit card. What’s the allowance of a Hamptons’ teen? From what I hear, about $5,000 a month on average. Where does all that money go? If they’re going to urban schools where there’s an Intermix or Barneys, then clothes. The guys spend it on drugs. If you’re me—and I don’t have that $5,000 a month thing—I spend money on the housekeeper and going out for good meals. What are college parties like compared to Hamptons bashes? It’s very fratty here. In the Hamptons, there’s lots of room and luxurious basements to party in. But in college, we’re all basically pushed into a fraternity house. No champagne or vodka on the rocks! It’s definitely just Bud Light from the convenience store. Do you miss sipping champagne? I never really drank champagne, but I miss the pretty glasses that everyone would hold! Now we have these horrible red cups. There’s also no hors d’oeuvres, no food for nibbling on, none of that. You’re lucky if you can find old candy sitting around. What do your college pals think of your Céline and Chloé collections? It was more about the high heel thing. A lot of them look at high heels as a shoe to wear only when you go out for special occasions. In New York, it’s our everyday shoe. People looked at me like I was Lady Gaga at the beginning. What’s the style quotient on the campus quad? I’m impressed with the guys, even though they’re super preppy. They wear a lot of Vineyard Vines clothing. There are lots of leggings, fur vests, Lululemon, and tight dresses. For girls, there’s a lot of sorority gear. At night, when people are going out, its all about Chanel bags and red soles. Christian Louboutin in college?! I’ve never seen more Louboutin. I’m so jealous because some of these bitches get walk-in closets and I literally have a hole in the wall. Sorry about that! What did you miss about New York while you were away? Everything. I felt more like a child in college than I did in New York, actually. I had freedom in New York. I could go wherever I wanted. There are just so many options; there are thousands of restaurants, for example! In college, you’re limited to only a few. It sounds really cliché, but New York is so magical. I’ve never been more appreciative of where I’m from.

“I’m embarrassed because this is five percent or less of the world. It’s this small group of kids who are spending their parents’ money and going wild in small towns on Long Island. It looks gross! ”



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SANT AMBROEUS-ology A Saturday morning Southampton jaunt isn’t complete sans a cappuccino at Sant Ambroeus. Just ask the elegant Milan-founded spot’s fashionable regulars. The Italian original is 77 years old...and much has transpired since its birth! Dine on the tasty tale of a hautespot that feeds the fanciest crowd. BY ALEXANDRA ILYASHOV



Craving the scrumptious story of Sant Ambroeus, aka the Euro-chiciest spot out east? Bon appétit!

1936: A modern classic is born! Sant Ambroeus Pasticceria and Confetteria in Milan debuts on Corso Matteotti. 1972: The Pauli family buys the Milan original.

Felice, starting with a UES location; another uptown outpost and a Financial District spot followed.

2009: Venerable midtown east eatery Lever House joins the Sant Ambroeus family. But prior to initial murmurings, it doesn’t become another eponymous outpost—instead, the resto reopens as Casa Lever.

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1983: Hans and Francesca Pauli open Sant Ambroeus’ first stateside location! The UES outpost on Madison Avenue between 77th and 78th Streets. The gelato quickly becomes the stuff of lust and/or lore, rumored to be the best outside of Italy.

2010: Redesign time for the

Milan circa 1936

1986: Franco Festorazzi snaps up the Milan location and has kept the chicster classic in the family ever since. Currently, Simonetta Festorazzi Lange, daughter of Franco, runs the delectable institution.

1992: Hans, Francesca, and Dimitri

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Pauli open a Sant Ambroeus in Southampton. Pourqoui? A dearth of suitable local spots near their Hamptons home to caffeinate, Italian style.

2011: Janice Dickinson removes her false teeth before lunching at Southampton’s Sant Ambroeus…and proceeds to lose them. Recruiting the entire restaurant to help her search, Dickinson eventually finds them. Dental crisis averted! 2011: Southampton’s Sant Ambroeus

2001: Much to the dismay of legions of loyal customers, Sant Ambroeus on Madison closes. Quelle horreur! The well-heeled breakfast club has to find their perfectly poached eggs elsewhere.

West Village location! The aesthetic chicification hews to the eatery’s Italian roots, thanks to Murano glass chandeliers and booths gussied up with vibrant Etro prints.

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gets an aesthetic reboot, thanks to Robert McKinley, the same design whiz who refreshed the resto’s West Village location (plus Nolita’s GoldBar and Montauk’s Surf Lodge). McKinkey was inspired by Italian style circa the ‘60s and ‘70s, avec B&W photos of Milan and the Hamptons.

2012: A brunch to remember! Beyoncé and Jay-Z‘s seven-week-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, makes her public debut on a Saturday brunch outing at the eatery’s West Village spot. Aww alert…

2003: Dimitri Pauli and business partner Gherardo Guarducci establish Sant Ambroeus Hospitality Group. At the time, the Group included the eatery’s uptown and Southampton locations, later encompassing Felice vino bars and a retooled Lever House as well.

2013: Juicy! John Galliano and Grace

2003: A third location opens in the West

Coddington are spotted having lunch at Sant Ambroeus’ West Village location, shortly after news broke that Anna Wintour snagged Galliano a stint in Oscar de la Renta’s atelier.

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Village, on the corner of West Fourth St. and Perry St. Downtown fashion types and myriad famous faces quickly make the spot a key paparazzi perch.

2005: Joie for Sant Ambroeus’ Park Ave. posses and Fifth Ave. fanatics! The beloved restaurant reopens its doors after a fouryear hiatus. The Upper East Side breathes a collective sigh of cappuccino-craving relief. 2006: Attention, oenophiles! Florence native Jacopo Giustiniani becomes Sant Ambroeus’ wine buyer, bringing his family heritage in all matters of vino. A year later, Giustiniani starts a spate of Tuscan wine bars,


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2013: Come fall, Sant

Ambroeus will take over the storied power breakfast at Loews Regency Hotel, once the hotel’s revamp is complete. Plus! Two more eateries bearing the Sant Ambroeus name will hit NYC in a few months: one will be housed in the spruced-up Loews and the other will be situated in Nolita.


SANT AMBROEUS CO-OWNER DIMITRI PAULI How did the Hamptons location come about? I was vacationing there and couldn’t find a place for Italian cuisine, a good cappuccino, and espresso bar like there is in Manhattan. A lot of our Manhattan clients felt that way too. This gave us the extra push, if we ever needed it, to open a Sant Ambroeus in Southampton. Are there any particularly meaningful dishes on the menu? Fried calamari. It just evokes memories of summer, and of my childhood in Italy! How often are you at the Southampton location? I spend every weekend out there! Does the East End location feel different than

Sant Ambroeus’ other outposts? I love it because everybody is more relaxed than in the city. What’s Sant Ambroeus’ scene like out in Southampton nowadays? Our clientele is local, from Manhattan, and international! Especially Europeans and South Americans on vacation. It’s recognized as a “not to be missed” destination for lunch, dinner, breakfast...and afternoon gelato. Sant Ambroeus is adding two new restos this Fall! What’s next? We always keep our eyes open for new opportunities, but we pass on many more than we take.

PRETTY PACKAGING ALERT! Adoring the Sant Ambroeus logo’s pretty grapefruit hue and delicate, script-y typeface festooned on all of its restos and tasty products? NYC branding firm Mucca Design is to thank for the vintage charms of the eatery’s aesthetics. The logo pros also worked on sister resto Casa Lever. Sant Ambroeus is in stylish company: Balthazar, Rizzoli, and GQ Italia are among Mucca’s clients.

KITCHEN 411! WITH SANT AMBROEUS SOUTHAMPTON’S CHEF DE CUISINE, FABIO GUTIERREZ What’s your favorite meal at the resto? Spaghetti alla Bolognese! Which dish do customers fawn over the most? Cotoletta alla Milanese [veal cutlet]. What kind of grub is most fun to whip up? Branzino alla Griglia, as well as the fresh catch of the day. I can get creative with new recipes and cooking methods! What are the best local ingredients on your menu? Local sea scallops, striped bass, baby calamari, and fresh herbs. What’s the toughest ingredient to source out in the Hamptons? Non-frozen Dover sole. How did you join the Sant Ambroeus kitchen club initially? I came to Sant Ambroeus’ Madison Avenue location as a baker 15 years ago, and worked myself up from garde manger to line cook. I was fortunate to be taught classic Italian cuisine by Sant Ambroeus’ executive chef, Mario Danieli, during those years. How did your current gig come about? I was given the opportunity to become chef de cuisine at Sant Ambroeus Southampton, and I combine what I learned in Italy during my time at Sadler restaurant in Milan, traditional Milanese techniques, and my personal taste and love of native Italian food!

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The road to heaven is paved with good intentions and right now it most definitely leads to beauty and style guru Mary Alice Stephenson. Everyone’s darling stylista really puts her efforts where her heart is: her one-of-a kind charity, Glam4Good which, come June, will be featured regularly on Mary Alice’s new HuffPo destination. BY EDDIE ROCHE PHOTOGRAPHY BY SIOUX NESI What are you doing with HuffPo? Next month in partnership with Huff Post Style, GLAM4GOOD will launch a destination that will feature my life in fashion, blog posts, beauty tutorials, a video series and a place to highlight the brands and people in our industry that harness the power of style to make a difference. Why did you end up creating GLAM4GOOD? I’ve been in the fashion and beauty industry for the last 20 years working with magazines like Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Marie Claire, Vogue, and Seventeen. I’ve styled pretty much every style icon out there, worked with the world’s biggest brands and talked fashion on many network shows. What has kept me sane in this business is the balance I felt when I started granting fashion wishes for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. That is such a worthy cause, isn’t it? Yes! I felt an intense need to take what I love about the business and all of its glamour and all of the joy it’s brought to my life and share it with others in a way that was more soulful and substantive for me. We basically give life changing makeovers, dramatic giveaways and transformative fashion adventures that truly help people. Who came up with the name GLAM4GOOD? It was something that I said to a group of teens while hosting a style seminar and they started chanting it! I shouted, ‘Are you ready to GLAM4GOOD?’ and they started chanting GLAM4GOOD and that was it, the movement had begun. Soon all the kids from the various non-profits I do initiatives with started tweeting and hash tagging. The movement named itself. What’s your newest initiative? It happened just last weekend, when we styled 50 high school girls whose lives have been affected by homelessness and gun violence, for their prom. For the past four years, we have also partnered with The Bob Woodruff Foundation to pamper our wounded warriors and their caretakers. But Make-A-Wish is so close to my heart, even when I styled the cover for this issue of The Daily Summer, I had a young lady FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

named Katie on the set whom I had met through Make-A-Wish to the set. She had a lot of fun! That was very sweet! Helping people was something that I had to do. I love every single aspect of my career, but when I started working for organizations and seeing the healing effect of fashion, my life changed. There’s a tremendous joy that comes from being of service. Once you experience that there is no turning back.

At the end of the day I asked myself if all the magazine covers, celebrities and ad campaigns I had styled had really done anything to truly help make a difference in world. The answer was no. So I found a way I could still do what I’m passionate about and know that, when I leave this earth, I used fashion to truly change lives in a way that you can’t put a price tag on or retouch. I’ve had the honor to see fashion heal in such a profound way thanks to so many brands and people in this business. What are some of the upcoming ways you are helping people? I am excited to announce that we’ve partnered with The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute for an event this summer. GLAM4GOOD has created a DIY fashion experience for at-risk teens from so teens can express their personal punk statements after being inspired by the “Punk: Chaos to Couture” exhibit.

Why is making women feel beautiful important? We as women have so much on our plates as we try to balance it all and we’re expected to look great on top of that. We are inundated and manipulated by images of perfect looking women everywhere. Anything I can do to pamper women, give them the tools, tips and tricks that I have learned in this business to help them look and, more importantly, feel beautiful….sign me up! When we feel good about how we look it often helps us handle serious and difficult obstacles in life. Who are your heroes in the biz? There are so many talented big-hearted people in this business, but I would have to say Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren, Kenneth Cole and Evelyn Lauder are a few of my heroes. How these icons have used fashion and beauty to make a difference in the world has not only saved lives, but changed the way we look at the relationship between commerce and charity. How do you react to being dubbed “fashion’s Oprah”? I hope one day I am worthy of that title! How can the non-fashion person help out? Many of the volunteers we use for our initiatives whether in fashion or not reach out to us via Twitter (@GLAM4GOOD) or Facebook or on so get in touch. We need your help! Anybody interested in donating can contact me at Any plans to relax this summer? Probably not, but I think a weekend in the Hamptons might do me some good!

“At the end of the day I asked myself if all the magazine covers, celebrities and ad campaigns I had styled had really done anything to truly help make a difference in the world. The answer was no. So I found a way I could still do what I’m passionate about and know that, when I leave this earth, I used fashion to truly change lives in a way that you can’t put a price tag on, or retouch.”

Fashion imperatrix Anna Wintour in DSquared2

Super-duo Stefano Gabbana & Domenico Dolce in their own designs

Summering furrier D ennis Dennis Basso in Versace

Controversial equestrian Matt Lauer in Thom Browne

CHIC-Overs IIt’s summer time, kids.

Live a little! East End ad hustlers Deborah Halpert in Cozi and Jason Binn in Alexis Mabille

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Hi Liza! Never pegged you as a Hamptons gal! I am! I visit friends; I’m close with Alan and Arlene Lazare. I know lots of people there. I used to go to Montauk all the time with Halston. Did you ever go out there with Bob Fosse? I might have! You had a yard sale in East Hampton a few years ago, right? Everybody does it! I was running out of storage space, so I sold some costume jewelry and books. I didn’t get rid of anything too expensive. It was great fun! Did you make a lot of money? No. Wait a minute…hold on…I’m going to ask my assistant how much we made…[brief pause] Really? Oh my goodness. How much? I’m not going to tell you. [breaks into laughter] It was a couple of thousand. That’s pretty good! Tell us about your upcoming concert! It’s very intimate. I’ll talk to people who came to see me and just sing the songs that I like. There’ll be some old stuff in there...and some new surprises. Is Billy Stritch doing the concert with you? Of course! The greatest talent God gave me is being able to see who’s better than I am at everything. I heard Billy play and that was it. I heard him at a restaurant and thought he had to be a 97-year-old man; he knew beautiful chords, and his harmonies just flowed. Then I saw this kid sitting there. I asked him to play for me for the rest of my life. He plays the piano brilliantly, but he thinks like an orchestra. How would you describe a Liza show? I make sure I can see everybody in the audience. I don’t like that separation of stage and performer. People come in to see me, the doors close, and we’re together for two hours. Nobody else exists for that time except the people nice enough to come see me. What’s your performer M.O.? I approach it as an actress. I don’t think about what I’d do. It’s about the character! How she’d stand, what she’s thinking... Do you name the characters? Not really. I just know what color hair they have, stuff like that. I teach that at the Actor’s Studio. Do you play favorites with your song repertoire? I’m so lucky that I’ve had so many songs written for me. I have a lot to choose from. Do you like rap? Sort of. I think I had the first rap song: “Liza with a Z”. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M



With so many famously-surnamed kids in this issue, how could we forget Liza Minnelli?! Catch the legend at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on July 6, but first, let’s catch up with la Liza... BY EDDIE ROCHE

It’s crazy how often your last name gets misspelled! I know! It’s in the song. [starts singing] It’s M-I-double N, then-E-double L-I, You double up the N, that’s NN, then E, double the L, end it with an I, That’s the way you say Minnelli! [laughs] Bravo! So, who makes your costumes? Halston. He designed everything I wore, and I keep wearing them. He made you synonymous with sequins! Yes! Do you know how it happened? My godmother, Kay Thompson, knew Halston and introduced us. It was love at first sight. His collection was simple, wonderful, and chic, without the frilly stuff. I did a TV show, “Liza with a Z,” and Bob Fosse didn’t like the costumes. I said, ‘Can I bring in the man who I discovered, that I trust most?’ I can recognize talent. Of course, Fosse loved Halston. Where do you keep them? In special, very thin drawers; the kind used for storing blueprints. I don’t hang anything; the sequins or beads could get hurt! I got the idea when my [ex] husband Mark Gero and I went to a bird sanctuary, I saw those drawers, and thought they’d be a great place for storing costumes. You wear a lot of red and black! I’ve worn all kinds of colors. I’m going to start wearing more now because it’s [starts to sing] getting to be summer! Your show’s during July 4th weekend. What does indie day make you think about? Oh, summer! Laughing with friends, the beach, and barbecues! What do you eat at barbecues? I like spare ribs and corn on the cob. I’ve got a couple of my own recipes, too. Are you a fireworks girl? I love ’em! What were the best fireworks you’ve seen? I’ve seen so many! This might sound snooty, but the fireworks in Monte Carlo are pretty great. You can see them through your hotel window. You’re in the new season of Arrested Development. A teaser, please! I had to sign a piece of paper saying I wouldn’t tell anybody what the story was! But it was so fun. We saw you on Fire Island last summer. How was that? Frightening! I was so startled at the response I got. I was overwhelmed by it. Have a fun summer! You too! I hope to see you! Bye baby! GETTY IMAGES; SHUTTERSTOCK

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