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ARE YOU CHEEKY CHIC? In Daily-land, there’s nothing better than possessing that elusive mix of intellect, wit, and style. So do you know your Louboutin from your Lourmarin, your Met from your Mert, your Cavalli from your Caravaggio? Take the test! By ashley baker Photography BY Carin Backoff

1. What’s the title of Plum Sykes’ new beach read? A. Party Girls Die in Pearls B. PYT-y Party C. Sally Shacks Up D. Plum Kind of Wonderful

2. What’s the latest on the site of the former Sag Harbor movie theater? A. Billy Joel, Harvey Weinstein, and Martin Scorsese have pledged to support the Sag Harbor Partnership’s efforts to rebuild it B. Donna Karan is turning it into a “mostly outdoor” yoga studio C. Ron Perelman bought the site for his East End outpost of Le Bilboquet D. It’s a glamping site—tents rent for $575 a night

3. What was the Met Ball’s biggest scandale? A. The body stocking trend B. The bathroom smoking scene that made museum donors go gonzo C. The way-too-highly orchestrated coming out of new couple Selena Gomez and The Weeknd D. Beyoncé’s unexplained absence

4. Speaking of, where did the newly minted editrix of Teen Vogue spend the first Monday in May? A. Taking selfies in the Met bathroom with Bella Hadid B. Talking shop with Raf Simons in the Egypt room C. Scoring an exclusive interview with Rei Kawakubo in the Carlyle’s bathroom D. Hanging at a dinner dubbed #NotTheMet

5. What is The Pretty? A. A new beauty blog from Leandra Medine B. A video-centric beauty site from Time Inc. C. Kylie’s new cuticle kit D. Courtney Love’s new band

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6. Which of the following is not happening in Goop-land? A. Pop-up shops at Nordstrom B. A push into vitamin packets C. A line of transcendental feminine-care products D. A quarterly magazine, produced in partnership with Condé Nast

7. Which actress has Hearst tapped to create a media brand that focuses on “ordinary women doing extraordinary things”? A. Sarah Jessica Parker B. America Ferrera C. Bella Thorne D. Tara Reid

8. Where did Prada stage its first-ever Resort presentation? A. In Miuccia’s underground bunker near Malpensa B. At the Prada-owned Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan C. Near the 32nd parallel aboard the Queen Mary 2 D. In the rose petal–strewn Grand Salon of the Trump Dubai

9. Who’s the new face of the Gabrielle Chanel fragrance? A. Stella Maxwell B. Kristen Stewart C. Hudson Kroenig D. Brad Pitt

10. Who’s the creative director of Roberto Cavalli these days? A. Roberta Cavalli B. Peter Dundas C. Paul Surridge D. Tracy Feith

11. What’s new with Matthew Moneypenny? A. He’s the new James Bond villain B. He’s rebooting American Idol C. He’s bid adieu to Trunk Archive et al. D. He’s been named the spokesperson for the U.K.’s largest bank

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A. Julie Andrews B. Tina Fey C. Mary Steenburgen D. Halle Berry

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A. He’s filed a libel suit against the National Enquirer and Radar Online B. His debut pop single, “Sweat It Then Forget It,” is climbing the charts C. He has a minor role in 81-year-old Eleanor Coppola’s debut film, Paris Can Wait D. He’s teaming up with Kate Hudson for a new line of athleisure Model: Frida Aasen, Women Management NY Hair: Amber Duarte

You’ve got the goings-on on lockdown, and you’ve got your fingerprints on everything cool that’s happening in these bucolic lands. Seriously, we don’t know how you do it. So where do you get your information? The Daily, of course! ANSWERS: 1. A; 2. A; 3. B; 4. D; 5. B; 6. C; 7. B; 8. B; 9. B; 10. C; 11. C; 12. A; 13. A

13. What’s really going on with Richard Simmons?

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The fashion elite descended on West Hollywood for our third-annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards spectacular, honoring the industry’s top creatives, visionaries, and stars on the rise. By EDDIE ROCHE

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Kim Kardashian, Nicki Minaj, and Fergie


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Paris Jackson, Emerging Talent

Genetically blessed spawn of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber: Kaia and Presley Gerber

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The Speeches! The Tears! the fashion! Honorees came from around the world for the star-studded soirée at the sunset tower, hosted by nick jonas. Later, guests gathered at MR. CHOW FOR the Daily AND REVOLVE’S AFTERPARTY.

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VERY SPECIAL THANKS to the sponsors of the Fashion Los Angeles Awards:

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Fergie, Presenter Mert Alas, Creative of the Year

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Anwar Hadid, Yolanda Hadid, and Will Peltz

“Being a mother is the greatest accomplishment in my life and I can only thank my own mother in Holland for giving me the tools and the humble beginnings to prepare me for this incredible journey with my own children.” —YOLANDA HADID, Mother of the Year

Mert Alas and Kim Kardashian get creative in the Revolve photo booth.

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“He’s the kind of guy that when you’re really going through something tough he’ll come over and bring you ice cream and just be there with you, and then, after a little while he’ll tell you you’ve got to stop eating that ice cream because we’ve got a photo shoot to do.”

MERT ALAS

Creative of the year

“I’m accepting this award for working on a very small project I shot last year. In search of authenticity, I [came across] these kids from Berlin. They had an amazing perspective on life— they made music, they had an incredible sense of style, and they inspired me to shoot them in their own world.” FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


“ I’m here this evening to present the fashion rebel award to an artist whose fashion has been making waves from the moment she first started on her starship.” —FERGIE, presenting Fashion Rebel to Nicki Minaj

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“Shout out to all the people in the world of fashion. Some people might not think it’s important, but it closes the gap in so many cultures. We might not understand the languages, but we understand looks and we understand fierceness in women and beauty and all those things. I’m proud of you—whatever you do here, keep on doing it, keep on killing it. I love you guys so much for believing in me.”

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Kiersey Clemons

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CHICMoments The Sunset Tower once again played host to the annual event.

“You know what I love? I love celebrating other people’s success. Life’s too short to not want to do that.” —LUCKY BLUE SMITH, presenting Emerging Talent to Paris Jackson

Brandon Lee and Pyper America Smith get cozy in our photo booth.

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Dree Hemingway and Jonathan Saunders

“From this day forward, every step that I take from here and every decision that I make is with love in my heart and with hope to get one more step ahead in fighting the good fight. I promise to use this platform as we all should—I will use my voice to speak for the voiceless and to fight for the rights that every one of us deserve. Every woman that walks this earth—every mother, every sister, every daughter, and every brother. Every member of my LGBTQ community, every immigrant, every child, every animal, and every plant.”

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“I got the call from Diane [von Furstenberg], took this job two weeks later, and I never went home. She’s a wonderful person, and she’s entrusted me with a whole lot. She’s entrusted me with her baby!”

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Ava Dash and Rachel Roy

Hailey Baldwin and a relaxed Paris Jackson sat front row.

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“You, Jonathan, are not only the most handsome man I’ve ever laid eyes on, but you truly are a bright light and a magic maker. You inspire me as a person and a designer, and I love you, and I know that fashion wouldn’t be the same without you.”


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Hailey Baldwin

“ She really responds to what makes each of us unique and who we are creatively. She lets our respective personalities shine through in the clothes. It’s really a magic trick, Karla, and it’s incredible.” —BUSY PHILIPPS, presenting Women’s Stylist of the Year to Karla Welch

“he was the ultimate gentleman and such a pleasure to work with.” —HailEy Baldwin, presenting Emerging Model to Presley Gerber

Presley Gerber, Emerging Model

karla welch

women’s stylist of the year

“To my No. 1, my husband, Matthew. He’s here. I don’t thank you enough, and I know that. He packs my bags, he packs the car, he picks me up, he changes my flight so I get home early. I know I actually wouldn’t be in the spotlight today without him, so thank you.”

presley gerber Emerging model

“Even though my mom was a model and I used to visit her [on set] when I was younger, I always hated getting my picture taken. My parents always bribed me to be in the family Christmas card. What’s been the most surprising to me about modeling has been how much fun I end up having.”

Karla Welch and Busy Philipps

The Gerber Family

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“What a true stylist does is they get to know you and understand who you are underneath the skin and armor and insecurities and the five pounds you don’t want anyone else to see. They help you present yourself. Sam does that with absolute precision and TLC. She does it with taste, pure taste. The things she pulls for me every single time are dead on the mark 100 percent of the time. They’re not a fad, they’re not a trend. They are fashion. She loves what she does. Because she loves what she does, she makes the experience enjoyable. I legitimately hate picking out what I’m going to wear 10 times in one day and thinking about having to change. But she loves what she does, so she makes it fun for me. Not only does she love what she does, but she loves her clients. I feel and know that she loves me and shows it every single time she shows up. Sam, I love you for that.”

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Rebecca Romijn

samantha mcmillen men’s stylist of the year

“I’ve been doing this for quite a while, but the times are very different than from when I started.… It’s fun and terrifying at the same time to see the pace that everything has taken and the attention that’s put on every single human being and the amount of time we spend checking our phones to see what other people are doing and how many likes they have. It’s an inspiration for all of us. What I’m trying to do in my world is take the pressure off the people I help, and that’s really all I want to do. That’s my place, and it makes me happy.”

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stephen gan visionary award

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“A future where print magazines are replaced by tablets would be like a future where Hollywood and directors like Lee Daniels give up the magic of filmmaking just for TV. As Lee very well knows, there’s room for both. If there’s one thing from my story that I’d like all of you to take away tonight, it’s that whenever you post a magazine image of yourself, please ask your followers to go out and pick up the actual magazine. Yes, we all love seeing these images on our devices, but let’s not let that replace the spirit of actually reading a magazine.”

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Nick Bateman

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“I’m here to give Stephen Gan the award for his work in fashion. He is fashion. He is unafraid. And thank you Stephen for letting me give you this award. I realize you wanted me to give you this award because we both come from nothing and we have nothing to lose. When you have nothing to lose, you ain’t afraid. I first knew of Stephen when he came into my world and he put Gaga on the cover of V Magazine. He takes chances at times when we all live in fear—Hollywood, the fashion world. We live in fear. He’s an artist.”


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CHICMoments “I remember when Stella came on to the Victoria’s Secret set for the first time. She was so sweet and shy.” —LILY ALDRIDGE presenting Model of the Year to Stella Maxwell

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Stella Maxwell

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“Working in fashion is certainly a privilege. We travel the world and stay in beautiful places. We are truly blessed. I think the most powerful aspect of working in fashion is having a voice, both to suggest and influence. With that voice we have the opportunity to create global change and reinforce positive action. Let’s work together to be a voice for the things we believe in.”

Matthew Noszka

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Minnie Mouse stopped by the Alice + Olivia offices in New York to try on her custom ensemble for the FLAs.

Minnie The Muse!

“I wanted her to sparkle and do something modern. Polka dots are such a trend this season. We decided to put crystals on all the polka dots for a little glamour. It was a collaboration.” —STACEY BENDET, Alice + Olivia CEO and creative director, on Minnie’s custom look

Before stealing hearts at the Fashion Los Angeles Awards, Disney and Alice + Olivia collaborated on a custom look for Minnie Mouse to debut at the event. We tagged along at the dress fitting! By EDDIE ROCHE photography by stefania curto

Inspiration sketch of Minnie in her Alice + Olivia dress and sunglasses.

Minnie and Nick Jonas

ATE THAs! FL Minnie and Nicki Minaj

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Kim Kardashian and Minnie

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Lily Aldridge, Minnie, and Stella Maxwell


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LAgerfeld’s inspiration? gabrielle chanel’s statue of venus from the first century b.c.

Le Greek, c’est chic! Under the soaring ceiling of the Grand Palais in Paris, Chanel showed a Cruise collection full of draped dresses and gilt adornments worthy of a modern-day goddess.

Yara Shahidi

Ellie Bamber

James Righton and Keira Knightley

Caroline de Maigret

the set featured replicas of the Parthenon and cape sounion’s Temple of Poseidon. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

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top mods like anna ewers and lindsey wixson graced the runway.

Adriana Ugarte

Heaven sent? Consider this luxe ensemble for your jaunt to the greek isles or lounging on your yacht.

Deniz Gamze Ergüven

Irene Kim

Mathilde Warnier Tao Okamoto Laura Smet

Anna Mouglalis

Anna Brewster

Pedro Almodóvar

France, Japan, England, and Spain! The international glitterati always makes time for the kaiser.

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Jérémie Elkaïm Luz Sanchez Karidja Touré

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PRADA’s fine romance For Miuccia Prada’s first foray into the Cruise calendar, the designer mixed her signature black nylon with ethereal silhouettes influenced by La Belle Époque.

illustrator James Jean once again created custom prints for the collection.

the show venue: milan’s galleria Vittorio Emanuele ii, just above where miuccia’s grandfather mario opened the first prada store in 1913. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

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when in doubt, add a belt! prada showed waistcinchers on even the most formal ensembles.


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CANYON RANCH Eyelet dresses, starched shirting, and new takes on the Bar jacket made for Chiuri’s most accomplished Dior collection to date.

DIOR GOES WEST!

the wide flatbrimmed hats nodded to georgia o’keefFe.

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Diane Kruger

Maria Grazia Chiuri brought the fash-noscenti and Hollywood royalty to the hinterland of Los Angeles for a desert-themed Cruise spectacular.

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the collection’s starting point: wall paintings in the Dordogne’s lascaux cave. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

TK Wonder and Cipriana Quann


to arrive at the show venue, guests trekked to calabasas and then rode Atvs across the santa monica mountains.

front-row seating? sofas and cushions­— inside of tents!

Jaime King and Miranda Kerr

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after the show, solange performed a set from her latest album, a seat at the table.

Rihanna and Kelly Rowland

Camilla Belle, Demi Moore, and Freida Pinto


chicMoments samuraiinspired details added extra edge.

Konnichiwa kyoto! LV cruised to Japan, inviting guests to the Spectacular I.M. Pei– Designed miho museum.

Nicolas Ghesquière’s Resort collection nodded to the ’70s-era cult Japanese action flick Stray Cat Rock about a band of female hoodlums that rebels against a mob boss. The verdict? Ghesquière at his best.

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kAbuki-style makeup and razor-sharp tailoring informed the warrior spirit of these looks.

The styling was a cool mix of vintage-inspired ’70s jackets paired with pinstripe shirting or elegant evening gowns worn over t-shirts and vibrantly hued leggings.

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The ultimate summer ride

A convertible is necessary, non? Extra points for going vintage.

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Summer, you’re finally here—and have we ever been happier to be reacquainted? There’s no better place to unwind than the East End, where the splendors of the beach are matched by such a vibrant social (and shopping!) life. So here’s what vous are going to do: Devour the first installment of The Daily Summer, shop with abandon, reserve your usual table at Nick & Toni’s, and prepare to have the hautest season on record. We have six delectable issues in store, full of irresistible reads, loads to laugh about, and of course, the very best fashion. To start things off, behold the 10 things that are making us happy right this moment. Happy weekend!

Lily-Rose Depp With beauty, brains, and practically royal lineage, she’s destined to be the Next Big Thing.

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It’s one of the reasons we’ve become obsessed anew with male models.

All things ice cream!

Chocolate at the Candy Kitchen? Pistachio at Sant Ambroeus? Vanilla at Jack’s? Why not all three!

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Behati and Adam’s babe Look at the face on Dusty Rose Levine!

98 Bikinis are beckoning, and if we’re going to try a new regime, hers must be the gold standard.

Domaines Ott Rosé

We prefer the classic, but the By.Ott will do, too!

A Chanel surfboard Ensure you get the best possible spot in the lineup at Ditch!

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ATM’s Tony Melillo has opened a permanent retail location at 20 Newtown Lane. Expect Peruvian cotton T-shirts, luxe cashmere sweaters, and his new footwear collection. • Pooja KhaRbanda’s 6 Shore Road is popping at Gurney’s Montauk, and the brand is outfitting the entire staff in an exclusive “navy yard floral” print. • The Line, you are missed! The emporium of chic is not returning to Amagansett this season, sadly. • Pink Chicken’s new Americana collection is hitting the Amagansett store in time for Memorial Day Weekend. The boutique is stocked with hostess gifts, toys, and crafts for kids, and crochet wall art. Designer STACEY FRASER will be in the store this Sunday to meet and greet fans.• And attention, Prada-obsessed: The brand is now selling ready-to-wear on both Net-a-Porter.com and Saks.com. This is big!

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It’s here! Sara Battaglia has created another capsule for Salvatore Ferragamo, and her riffs on the brand’s signature zigzag and “Gancio” emblem make these six models her best ones yet. She’s even created a series of fur charms that will work with all the bags in the collection.

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“I’m crushing hard on the seaside village of Sag Harbor. My favorite hideaway is Baron’s Cove, right on the marina. Its salty, sexy bohemian charm has attracted artists and writers for decades—Capote, Vonnegut, De Kooning and Pollock, to name a few.

NIBBLES: You cannot go wrong with the local seafood. Start with at least a dozen Montauk Pearls from the raw bar and finish with whatever selection of daily catch Chef Matty Boudreau is serving up from the Montauk docks.

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DRINKS: The outdoor terrace is the perfect spot for a nightcap by the fire, which is key, as the evenings can still be brisk. I’m a champs girl, so you can’t go wrong with kicking off the start to summer with a bottle of Louis Roederer.”

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sense of humor, Anya Hindmarch launched Build a Bag, a new concept that invites clients to create their own style—and bring it home at the time of purchase. How crazy can we get with the customization? Our Madison Avenue store has a whole floor dedicated to it! If you want to add a mink handle or a smiley face or a different color handle, you can just play and play! What’s the craziest piece you’ve done? My dear, dear friend A.A. Gill, who sadly just passed away, was obsessed by our customization, and he wanted one of our made-to-measure wallets. I was showing him a crocodile skin and he said, “What’s that?” and I said, “Well, that’s the crocodile’s bottom.” I made him the wallet and embossed the inside in my own writing to say, “To London’s favorite asshole. With love and admiration.”

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…to Vilebrequin x Karl Lagerfeld! The French swimwear brand is joining forces with the kaiser on a limited-edition summer capsule of eight men’s and women’s swimwear, beachwear, and beach accessories. Prices range from $80 TO $290. Available at karl.com, Vilebrequin stores, and vilebrequin.com.

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Utmost privacy surrounded on three sides by land that has been farmed by the same two families since the 1600’s. This 6.9 acre estate is bordered on the fourth side by 360 feet of water frontage on Mecox Bay. This shingle-style traditional house with classic gardens truly epitomizes the concept of artisanal fueled craftsmanship. Taking five years to complete, Listowel truly redefines luxurious living in the Hamptons. $39M | Web# 3706617 TIM DAVIS Licensed as Timothy G. Davis Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker Regional Brokerage Advisor East End Office: 631.702.9211 | tgdavis@corcoran.com

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Glamsquad is coming! Book blowouts, braids, and makeup applications on the app—and make sure you give 24-hour notice! • Elements Fitness is partnering with the Montauk Beach House, offering poolside workouts on weekend mornings. Meanwhile, check out new studio classes, like an THE SKYN advanced format Element Barre program YOU’RE IN! and a cardio dance experience, offered all Skyn Iceland’s Hydro Cooling Eye summer long at 68 Newtown Lane. • Blowout and Face Gels are used by studio Glam & Go will open at 68 Newtown Goldie Hawn, and that’s all Lane in East Hampton on July 1. • Anna the endorsement we need. This Kaiser is tackling your beach body situation summer, they’ll be available with a five-day intensive at AKT East Hampton for the first time at Me.n.u. from July 24–28. in Southampton.

OH! The places you’ll go…

SWEAT IT OUT Check out Alala’s new collection for Surf Lodge in action on Bari Studio instructors, who will be teaching toning class every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Montauk haute spot. Alala.com

JIMMY CHOO’S POP-UP The brand is opening up its very own store at 66 Newtown Lane in East Hampton.

#FAMILY TIME!

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GOOP MRKT Gwyneth Paltrow & co. are popping up in Amagansett. Expect summer, beach, and resort essentials.

TENET’S CONCEPT STORE Jewelry, fragrance, apothecary, and more, located at 95 Main Street in Southampton.

DINING AND DISHING!

With Tracy Anderson

Are you loving summer yet? Meeting students from all over the world at our Hamptons studio always makes me feel like we are all so connected. I love the energy of summer and tend to retreat away at the pool instead of being out in the crowds. It takes a good cause like the Hamptons Paddle and Party for Pink or HMI’s School’s Out events to get me out on the dance floor! This year, we’re celebrating HMI at the home of Lisa and James Cohen in Tracy Anderson East Hampton with about 500 guests. Afterward, there’s a smaller dinner with Martha Stewart and me. I heard Martha is doing paella— yum!

Our Summer ’17 workout inspo? The one and only @shaninamshaik!

With AMERICAN EXPRESS’S Janey Whiteside

RAINBOW CONNECTIONS

The splendid suits from Alberta Ferretti’s new Rainbow Week collection are destined to be worn all summer long. $360, albertaferretti.com

How did the EMP Summer House partnership come together? Daniel Humm, chef and co-owner of Eleven Madison Park, is part of our Global Dining Collection. We learned Eleven Madison Park was closing its doors this summer for renovations, and together, we saw an opportunity to offer American Express card members an exclusive taste of the Eleven Madison Park dining experience, and a pop-up restaurant in the Hamptons was born. What should we expect? The pop-up restaurant offers a variety of options—there’s an indoor dining room, a tented area, and an expansive backyard with picnic tables and classic yard games.

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AERIN Dahlia porcelain flower, $125, bergdorfgoodman.com

POTTERY POT glossy-white fiberglass chicken, $75, Unlimited Earthcare Garden Store, 2249 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton, (631) 725-7551

ILMARI TAPIOVAARA Mademoiselle lounge chair, $1,665, mattermatters.com

Michael Verheyden Duet tube vase, $1,000, monc13.com

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NEUTRALS TERRITORY Crisp and yet distinctly non-fussy, these white furnishings and accents capture the fresh spirit of the season.

ALVAR AALTO tea trolley, $2,735, mattermatters.com

MECOX large circle garden stool, $695, mecox.com FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

ELOQUENCE La Belle Bergère upholstered armchair, $1,895, abchome.com

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beautyMusts GUERLAIN Maxilash Volumizing and Curling Mascara, $32, sephora.com

yves saint laurent Touche Eclat Star Collector pen, $42, White’s Pharmacy, 81 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 324-0082

moroccanoil Glimmer Shine, $28, Rave Salon, 3327 Noyac Rd., Sag Harbor, (631) 725-0948

LA MER The Cleansing Micellar Water, $90, White’s Pharmacy, 81 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 324-0082

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BEAUTY trend

MARC JACOBS Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter, $44, marcjacobs.com

summer sparkle

Debut an unexpected look this season with dramatic eyes, bronzed cheeks, and shining lips. The glitter is optional but highly encouraged!

MAYBELLINE NEW YORK Master Precise Curvy eyeliner, $7.99, maybelline.com FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

NARS Banc De Sable Highlighter Palette, $49, sephora.com

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chanel Rouge Coco Shine Hydrating Sheer Lipshine in Intime, $37, chanel.com


Representing and selling all the best of the Hamptons I’ve known Mala for 15 years. She doesn’t just work in the business, she lives it. Her enthusiasm is infectious and her thoroughness unparalleled. I’ve bought two properties and sold one with her, and what I admire most is Mala’s uncanny ability to read what a client wants. I didn’t even want to see the first property I ended up buying from her, and she found me the second one a year before it was available. There are no higher

marks. She’s a real pro. — Susan Dusenberry, Buyer & Seller

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CHICMusts


VALENTINO Soul Rockstud leather sandals, $781, matchesfashion.com

VHerNIER Spire ring, $4,600, editorialist.com

OSCAR DE LA RENTA Goa embellished lamé clutch, $1,890, net-a-porter.com

HALSTON HERITAGE metallic stretch-jersey mini dress, $325, net-a-porter.com

GOLDEN MOMENT Oh, my goddess! These shimmering looks are just a little slice of heaven on Earth. BY paige reddinger HVN lamé slip dress, $545, matchesfashion.com

PRADA metallic leather sandals, $860, net-a-porter.com NANCY GONZALEZ crocodile clutch, $1,325, net-a-porter.com

ELIZABETH & JAMES Shelley metallic fil coupe silk-blend blouse, $325, net-a-porter. com

DOLCE & Gabbana sequin embellished midi skirt, $1,575, Dolce & Gabbana, 717 Fifth Ave., NYC, (212) 897-9653

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proenza schouler Small Lunch bag, $955, shopspring.com

MOSCHINO metallic swimsuit, $310, net-a-porter.com

PRADA embellished mirrored-leather mules, $655, net-a-porter.com

Diane von Furstenberg tailored sequin dress, $1,300, 874 Washington St., NYC, (646) 486-4800

SILVER BELLES

Preen BY THORNTON BREGAZZI sequin stretch Meda dress, $1,340, modesens.com

Add a touch of sass to your summer attire with tinsel-esque touches and sparkly party dresses. BY paige reddinger

KARA Nano Tie crossbody bag, $375, barneys.com

A.W.A.k.e. Shiny Starfish asymmetric pleated skirt, $512, matchesfashion.com oscar de la renta Large Impatiens silver clip-on earrings, $557, matchesfashion.com

ALaĂ?a laser-cut mirrored leather sandals, $1,180, net-a-porter.com

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oscar de la renta Beadembellished latticedisc earrings, $557, matchesfashion.com

zimmermann Divinity Wheel broderie anglaise cotton shorts, $375, net-a-porter.com

mara hoffman midi wrap dress, $375, marahoffman.com

proenza schouler Curl cutout leather clutch, $833, boutique1.com

clean slate

Isa arfen asymetric ruffle-panel cottonblend dress, $743, matchesfashion.com

Ease into summer with a fresh palette— and then smell the roses. BY paige reddinger

kaRLa colletto Temptation oneshouldered ruffled swimsuit, $357, net-a-porter.com Mansur Gavriel Posternak bag, $895, mansurgavriel.com

stuart weitzman, Morepearls sandal, $455, stuartweitzman.com

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How does the style set maximize their fun in the sun? With far-flung adventures on the world’s most magical beaches, for starters. BY EDDIE ROCHE, PAIGE REDDINGER, AND SYDNEY SADICK PHOTOGRAPHY BY INEZ & VINOODH

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While Paris Hilton grew up summering in the Hamptons, these days, you’ll find her 3,871 miles away from the East End in Ibiza, Spain, where she’s a resident DJ at Amnesia, the island’s hottest club. BY SYDNEY SADICK

When did you discover Ibiza? When I was 17, but I wanted to go earlier. We were living at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. My dad was about to get Nicky and me tickets. He was telling the concierge at the hotel that we wanted to go, and the guy was like, “No, Mr. Hilton, that’s a party island, don’t let them go!” My dad came back upstairs and said, “You’re not going until you’re 18.” But I made it at 17 when I was in London—my friend was taking a jet there. After that, I’ve never missed a summer. It’s my favorite place in the world. How has Ibiza changed over the years? Dramatically! It’s like a completely different island. St. Tropez used to be the place to be—I went every single summer since I was 14. Now, the entire St. Tropez crowd has moved to Ibiza. The island is so full that there aren’t hotel rooms available. How would you describe the Ibiza culture? It’s the most magical, spiritual, special, and beautiful island in the world. It’s full of love, music, happiness, and positive energy. The nightlife is insane, and it’s so beautiful in the day with the clear blue water. What are some of your best memories from your early days going there? I remember the first time I went to the foam party at Amnesia when I was 17. I never knew what a foam party was before that. I told the owner how amazing it was and how I’d love to play there one day. Little did I know that I would be their resident DJ for the past five years now. It’s a dream come true. Going to Ibiza is one of the first reasons I wanted to be a DJ. How much of the summer do you spend in Ibiza these days? For the past four years, I’ve been going directly from FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

the Cannes Film Festival at the end of May during the opening of Ibiza to the closing in October. I used to spend half my year there. I’d DJ every Saturday at my party and would tour around the world and jet in and out of Ibiza for five months. Now that I’m in a serious relationship [with actor Chris Zylka] and my boyfriend has his film projects, I can’t do the residency for the full five months, so this year, I’ll be there in July and August. I can’t wait for the summer. Has Chris been to Ibiza? Never, so I’m excited to show him the island. We’ve been watching all the videos of the party online. He can’t wait to see me perform. There are so many romantic restaurants on the beach. I think it’ll be a more chill and relaxed summer than I’ve ever had. In the past, I’ve had my girlfriends fly in, so I had to entertain them. But he doesn’t care about going out— he’d much rather just be in bed with me watching TV and relaxing. What’s a typical night in Ibiza for you? When I perform, I’ll start with my sound check. Then I’ll get ready, have dinner at Cipriani, and bring the whole crew over to Amnesia. I have meet-andgreets with my fans, so I’ll take pictures and sign autographs. I start DJing around 4 a.m. and play for two or three hours. Around 7 a.m., I start spraying the foam—the foam party will go on for an hour. Then


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“[IBIZA] IS THE MOST MAGICAL, SPIRITUAL, SPECIAL, AND BEAUTIFUL ISLAND IN THE WORLD.”

“SLEEP, AND LOTS OF REDBULL, KEEP ME ALIVE!”

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1. Paris doing her thing at Amnesia. 2. The Castillo Almudaina in Dart Vila fortress. 3. Hilton serenades her fans while she plays her songs of summer. 4. Es Vedra island, located off the coast of Ibiza, is a popular day trip.

I’m exhausted, so I’ll go to bed, unless there’s a really crazy fun after-party. Do you sleep the entire next day? Yeah. The nights start really late. People don’t go to dinner until 12 or 1 in the morning, and no one gets to a club before 3 a.m., and that’s early! Sleep, and lots of Redbull, keep me alive! Where do you stay? Amnesia gets me a different place every year. Otherwise, too many fans or creepy stalkers will wait outside my building or try to break in. I always stay right on the water in a villa or penthouse. Why do you have so many fans in Ibiza? I think I represent the island. People call me the

Queen of Ibiza. With my foam and diamonds party, I create such a special, unique event. It’s very Ibiza, very fantasy, very sexy, and very fun. How do you spend your free time? I’ll go out on a yacht, scuba dive, swim, go on a wave runner, have beautiful lunches, shop, go to the spa, dance, and go clubbing. I’ll also go to the recording studio. To get a residency in Ibiza is a huge deal. Only the best of the best have it. My friends who are DJs and producers will have me over to produce, write, and sing. Every Wednesday, I do something for APNEEF, a charity for children with disabilities. We go to my friend’s art studio to do projects with the kids. Once a month, we do the foam and diamonds for kids

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party, and I give my whole fee and the proceeds from the ticket sales to the charity. How’s your Spanish? Un poco! I’m trying to learn. I wish I was better, but I’m not on-point. When I’m in Ibiza, I usually understand what people say, but I can’t speak the language. I need some lessons! Where do you shop? I love going to art stores. I paint, make collages, draw, embellish crystals, and work with LED lights. What do you tend to wear in Ibiza? During the day, patterned dresses. I never wear high heels—I’m always in flats because the cobblestone roads are really old, so it’s bumpy and rocky. When I DJ, I wear heels because I’m all decked out and dressed up in sparkly raver Barbie outfits. I don’t know how some people walk around with Louboutins all day and night. I couldn’t do that. Do you ever just chill out on the beach? Yeah, we’ll sit out after lunch. But always within five minutes, 50 paparazzi will show up. It causes too much attention, so my friends and I will go back on the yacht for privacy, because it gets a little crazy on the beach. Are you followed more in Ibiza than in L.A.? I’m followed everywhere [Laughs], but in Ibiza, the people are always partying, so it’s a different vibe. What’s your summer read? I like reading inspirational books. I’ve read The Power of Now a few times. I love The Secret. I really believe in it. I love reading about horoscopes and business, too. Do you miss summering in the Hamptons? I used to go all the time, but I actually haven’t been during the summer in more than a decade. When I was little, it was fun, but now when you compare it to Ibiza or Europe, it’s just different. I went for Thanksgiving with my family this year—it was my first time going in the winter. It was really relaxing. I’ll always love it out there, but entertainment-wise, I’ll stick to Ibiza! ß FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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island in the sun As one of IMG Models’ most in-demand talents, Hannah Ferguson spends much of her time traveling around the world. Her favorite destination? St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. BY EDDIE ROCHE What initially brought you to St. Thomas? My boyfriend, Conn [Davis], grew up there. He’s a true St. Thomian, and we stay at his family’s home. Conn’s family has a boat, so we try to take it out every day if the weather permits. In St. Thomas, it’s always summer! What do you love most about St. Thomas? The ability to fish and be in the ocean. I love the way I feel when I’m sun-kissed and have salt on my skin— healthy and vibrant. Being in that environment and chilling out and getting out of the crazy city really clears my head. It’s a good reset, mentally and physically. Had you ever fished before? Yes, but more so after I met my boyfriend. I grew up in a small town in Texas, and we had lakes there, so we’d fish, but they weren’t saltwater fish, so they weren’t quite as delicious. When I went to St. Thomas for my birthday this year, I caught a 57-pound wahoo fish, which was pretty amazing. I also caught a mahimahi. Did you eat them? [Laughs] Of course! They’re so good. The wahoo makes really good sashimi and we grill the mahi-mahi. That’s how we eat every time we go down there. Fresh fish! Straight out of the ocean. It really is the best. Growing up, you fed chickens and herded goats. Is it harder to herd goats or fish? It depends on the size of the fish! That wahoo was so hard—I thought my arm was going to fall off. That was definitely harder than herding goats. How else do you spend your time in St. Thomas? Snorkeling and free diving. I can’t dive down very deep, because my ears are sensitive. I’m not scuba certified, but it’s on my bucket list. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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“I love the way I feel when I’m sun-kissed and have salt on my ski n.”

1. Ferguson and her bestie earn their dinner. 2. A smooch with boyfriend Conn Davis, a native of St. Thomas. 3. The architecture of Charlotte Amalie Harbour. 4. A sunset view of Charlotte Amalie Harbour.

Tell us about that shot of you in the pool. Where was that taken? Conn’s family home. The backyard is beautiful. St. Thomas has a lot of hills, and the land kind of drops off on the other side. Your body looks incredible. How do you stay in shape? I run! I occasionally do SLT, which is amazing and intense in terms of resistance and tightening and lifting of the butt and muscles. In the Virgin Islands, we’re in the water every day, so we swim a lot. I also hike every morning. I stay active. On vacation, you can let go really quickly with the piña coladas! What were your holidays like growing up? We didn’t really go on vacations as a kid. We had a big family, and we didn’t grow up with a ton of money. We did do a road trip around America when I was 12 to Ohio, the Carolinas, and Florida. How does it feel to take luxurious vacations as an adult? It’s a blessing. I always knew that I loved the ocean,

“WE DIDN’T REALLY GO ON VACATIONS AS A KID. WE HAD A BIG FAMILY, AND WE DIDN’T GROW UP WITH A TON OF MONEY.… i always knew that i loved the ocean, and I wanted to be near it before i even set foot on a beach.” and I wanted to be near it before I even set foot on a beach. Now, I work on beaches all the time. I’m really grateful to have these opportunities. How should Virgin Islands virgins spend their first vacation on the island? Snorkeling is a must. The water is so warm and so beautiful. St. John is usually a hit, because it has cool bars and restaurants. Great hiking, too. What are your plans for this summer? We’ve been wanting to go to Cuba, so hopefully that’s happening in the near future. I also love Turks and Caicos—I’d love to go back there with friends. The water is insane. You’ve been busy lately! I’ve been getting more into high fashion and editorials. I’m getting a good response from photographers, so we’re paving the way for that. So far, things are going great. I walked the runway for the first time in February. Yeezy was my first fashion show, and I got to open it, which was crazy and surreal. After that, I went to Milan and walked for Max Mara, Alberta Ferretti, Moschino, and Blumarine. I’m hoping to walk more shows in September. You’re also in V Magazine’s “The New Girls!” spread. It’s good to see you’re still a new girl! I know, right? It makes me feel young! ß FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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french LESSONS Parisian designer Cédric Charlier has been as adventurous with his show locations–opting to reveal his Resort 2017 collection on a rooftop in Manhattan, for example—as he has with his own travels. And no wonder, given that his recipe for joie de vivre begins with tranquility in lush, remote landscapes.

“my favorite souvenirs are not material things, but moments i share with friends.”

the shore thing (Clockwise from top) Swimming in the seas in Mexico; relaxing in a hammock; exploring caves in the Cenotes in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.

What was your favorite summer memory as a child? My favorite holidays were always during winter. My family would rent a chalet in the French Alps, so I started skiing at an early age. My whole family has always been into sports. Where did you dream of vacationing? I always dreamed of vacationing in Mexico, because when I was little, I used to watch this cartoon about an Inca child called Les Mystérieuses Cités d’Or. I finally went on my trip to Mexico about two years ago, and it was truly unbelievable. Where is your local getaway for shorter trips? I love escaping to the West Coast of France in Charente. There is a large beach there called the Wild Coast. This beach can only be accessed by foot, and is mostly frequented by surfers who arrive early in the FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

morning. The beach is tranquil and calm. It is the ideal place to get lost in your thoughts. The landscapes are so picturesque, with the sand dunes and clear ocean. Has any vacation truly inspired a collection? Yes, my travels usually inspire my collections in some way or another. I used very specific shades of blue after a summer in Greece and designed oversize “cape-like” coats after traveling to Mexico. My Spring/Summer 2014 collection was inspired by kimonos. This was one of my favorite collections, and it makes me excited to truly spend time in Japan, as I’ve only visited for work-related reasons. I have dreams to immerse myself in the culture of Japan and to spend time on the islands. What has been your most unforgettable trip? Los in Greece. It’s a tiny island, so it felt like we were the only people in the world. Which destinations are on your bucket list? Patagonia and Australia! I dream to visit the wildlife reserve of Torres del Paine. What is your preferred method of R&R? I enjoy a morning swim in the ocean whenever the opportunity lends itself to me. Have you been to the Hamptons? Never! What is the French equivalent of the Hamptons? Deauville. You can take a train from Paris and be there in no time. It is in Normandy—very authentic, and great for seafood and oysters, of course. Who do you bring with you when you travel? My boyfriend and a group of great friends. They are the funniest people, and the smartest, too. They are easy to spend time with and are always in a good mood. What do you like to cook in the summer? Pasta with seafood. Tell us your craziest travel story.

When I was traveling around Mexico with friends, we were driving across the Yucatán and stopped for gas, but my credit cards weren’t working, so the employees from the gas station decided to keep me as a hostage until my friend returned with money! It took them a while to gather the money and come back and all my belongings were in the car, including my phone, papers, and everything else. Waiting there for him to return with gas money seemed like an eternity. What are some of your favorite discoveries on your travels? The Cenotes in Mexico, the Scottish landscapes, the beaches of the Caribbean coast, and Costa Rica. Favorite souvenir? My favorite souvenirs are not material things, but moments I share with friends. A simple dinner with my best friends is enough to make me happy. If you could travel the world with someone, who would it be? My boyfriend, Alfredo Piola. Alfredo is a reportage photographer, and he is a smart traveler who can always be trusted to find the best places. And he’s able to deal with any kind of situation! ß

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HEavy load Buck in a 1999 Talk magazine portrait by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.

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Joan Juliet Buck has enjoyed a celebrated career as a writer and editor. Now with the publication of The Price of Illusion, she is proving her prowess as a memoirist—and the fashion world can’t get enough.

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t’s around 10:30 a.m. on a rainy spring morning, and the long hours between breakfast and lunch are especially dreary in the yellowish light of a barebones diner, even one on a fancy stretch of Madison Avenue. Joan Juliet Buck, ensconced in a dark raincoat and rubber galoshes, shrugs off her accoutrements to reveal a black blazer with the kind of fit that is the domain of the custom-maker or the couturier. A few tables away, a toddler is screeching. “Oh, no,” she warns to no one in particular, settling into her seat. She smiles, revealing beautiful teeth and straight-out-of-Vogue cheekbones. When the waiter hands her a plastic-wrapped menu, he does it with a sense of serving someone important. Buck has lived many lives—daughter of a Hollywood royal, childhood intimate of Anjelica and Allegra Huston, globe-trotting film critic for American Vogue, editor-in-chief of the French edition, then again, one of Anna Wintour’s contributing editors. And she explores them all in The Price of Illusion, her richly detailed new memoir. “I started it when all the s**t started coming down in 2011,” says Buck, whose American Vogue contract was terminated following the publication of her favorable profile of Asma al-Assad. “I wasn’t going to go scrambling around to try to write more features. When that was suddenly closed off—and it was a time of despair—it was my opportunity to actually sit down and try to figure out what had happened.” She means that in the broadest possible sense, beginning with her childhood outside of Paris at Le Palais Rose, a copy of Versailles’ Le Petit Trianon. Her father, Jules Buck, was a storied film producer and business partner of Peter O’Toole. Her mother, Joyce Buck, was a onetime actress, society type, and the best friend of “Betty” Bacall. Buck grew up shuffling among Paris, London, and St. Clerans, the Irish home of her godfather, John Huston, and his wife, Ricki, whom Buck idolized. “I’ve wanted, all my life, to write about Ricki,” says Buck, dabbing the water from her poached eggs with a napkin. “But I also felt, ‘She’s not my mother— that’s for Allegra, that’s for Anjelica.’ Allegra wrote her book first, then Anjelica…maybe that’s why I waited. I felt like if I wrote about her, that would be grabbing at her, the way I grabbed at her as a kid.” Ricki Huston is an integral character in Buck’s world, but she is far from its sole larger-than-life personality—the 386-page tome is peppered with delicious stories about so many bold-faced names that the publisher included a 14-page index. The matron of honor at Buck’s wedding? Manolo Blahnik.


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The designer of her bridal gown? Karl Lagerfeld. A regular at her dinner parties? Charlotte Rampling. Onetime paramours? Donald Sutherland, Jerry Brown, Brian De Palma, and so on. “I had a strange reticence, because I thought that I couldn’t tell my story—that I needed to, as one does as a feature writer, defer to the privacy of the more important people,” says Buck. But The Price of Illusion leaves little to the imagination, especially when its author discusses her tenure at Paris Vogue, which she edited from 1994 to 2001. Buck presided over a successful time in its history, and an especially good time to be in the magazine business. She inhabited an idyllic (if potentially haunted) apartment on Rue Jacob, dined regularly with Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, swilled vials of seawater, watched her Milan hotel rooms fill with an embarrassment of designer swag. Throughout it all, she was caring for her ailing, manic-depressive father, who had lost the family fortune on a disastrous film project. Buck was also juggling various romances and devising ways to boost her glossy’s circulation while securing the loyalty of its standoffish staff. Ultimately, Buck writes, a dramatic feud with her publisher, Gardner Bellanger, led to her dismissal: Bellanger allegedly told Jonathan Newhouse, chairman of Condé Nast International, that Buck had a drug problem, which she denied. Regardless, Newhouse sent her to a rehab facility in Arizona, and replaced her with her onetime fashion director, Carine Roitfeld. “When I came back to America, everyone wanted to meet the former editor-in-chief of Paris Vogue, which I did not feel like,” says Buck. “Because it was never a fit. It was a job that I’d accepted because I was offered it, because I speak French, because I’d been offered it before. I accepted it because it was snowing, because the cat litter smelled really bad, and this guy I’d been going out with had dumped me. I thought, ‘Oh, why not?’ A lot of my life has been, ‘Why not?’ and then I go into some dreadful adventure.” Now living in Rhinebeck, New York, Buck is plotting her next book, doing Pilates, she says, “when I can afford it,” and watching the accolades and OMGs pour in from the vox populi on social media. The obvious next step, of course, would be the sale of the movie rights. “Oh, yes,” says Buck, her eyes flashing from behind her navy-blue glasses. “There’s agitation.” As for who should play The Price of Illusion’s protagonist? “Hailee Steinfeld. Have you seen The Edge of Seventeen? And then afterward, I don’t know—people are saying Natalie Portman. I think she’s far too beautiful.” ß

“A lot of my life has been, ‘why not?’and then i go into some dreadful adventure.”

LA VIE EST BELLE (Clockwise from top) Karl Lagerfeld fitting Buck’s wedding dress in 1977; at Yves Saint Laurent with Loulou de la Falaise and Marisa Berenson in 1973; wearing holiday decorations at St. Clerans with Anjelica Huston in 1963; with Huston in 1982; Buck's author photo.

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In the pre-Instagram era, Celeste Barber was an Australian comic with a casual interest in fashion. More than 1.7 million followers later, her hilarious visual parodies of top models’ posts have made her a viral sensation in her own right. Isn’t it about time you met? By ASHLEY BAKER

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According to your website, you have four kids and live in Australian suburbia. True? Correct. Two of those kids I inherited from my #hothusband and two of them came out of me. Have you always wanted to be a model? No. I’ve always wanted to work in a news agency so I could look at models in magazines while eating marshmallows. What are the main differences between you and a model? Hmmm. I really need to rack my brain for this one. The only difference I can think of is that my nipples are closer to my belly button, whereas models’ nipples seem to be much closer to their eyelids. Also #freethenipple. Why aren’t you on the cover of Vogue? Scheduling clashes. Which brands would you love to model for? The Four Seasons Bora Bora, and Marc Jacobs. What kind of music do you like to listen to on set? The sweet, sweet tunes of my tone-deaf 5-year-old. Who’s your favorite model? Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. What kind of shot basically guarantees a #CelesteChallengeAccepted? Skin, self-importance, ego, water. What does your family think of your meteoric rise on Instagram? They are completely starstruck by me and all know not to look me directly in the eye during dinner. Who is the funniest model? Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. It’s not bloody fair! What’s your favorite filter? I don’t need filters. Are you able to make serious money off of your Instagram? Depends on your definition of serious. I have graduated from the $7 bottle of wine to a nice $10 bottle, however, I’m not at the “weekly shop at Whole Foods” just yet. Tell us about the other projects and shows you’re working on these days. I’m working on two shows for ABC Australia, and I’m about to do my onewoman show. I’m also trying to write myself into Veep as Tony Hale’s love interest, obviously, and we’re looking at concreting the backyard, so it’s pretty exciting around here at the moment. What’s your plan for awards season? I’ve been nominated! WhoHaha, which is Elizabeth Banks’ company, has nominated me for Funniest Lady on Insta. ß

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Where did you grow up? My time was split between New York City and upstate New York. I was always bouncing back and forth. I lived on East 93rd Street and then slowly moved my way downtown. The balance between the two was really important. Upstate, I got to run around and play in the dirt, and in the city, I made my dearest friends and became confident in being unique and original, because the city is such a melting pot. You see everything at such a young age, and that was really important to me. What do your parents do? My dad is in finance, and my mom was the ultimate mom. She was always there for us and helped me with my homework and my art projects. She’s always been really philanthropic. She does it all. What were your summers like growing up? My parents were huge advocates of travel. They thought it was really important that we see the world, so we traveled every summer as a family. I’m obsessed with my family. The South of France holds a dear place in my heart. We spent a lot of time there, which was great. We understand your childhood house in Millbrook, New York, had an ice-skating rink! We don’t have that house anymore, but it was incredible. I always had friends over, and it was a blast. My dad didn’t grow up with much, and he wanted to give us everything. Not in a bratty way, but he wanted us to enjoy it. What kind of ice-skater are you? I’m terrible. My sister and brother played hockey in school because that was the sport to do, but I’m not a hockey player. I tried figure skating, but it never worked out. My boarding school had a mandatory rule that you had to play a sport, and I did every sport that you could wear a skirt in. I played field hockey, tennis, and squash, which is a very East Coast sport. Why did you want to play sports in a skirt? I liked the idea that you kind of played a dirty sport in a skirt. I wasn’t a girlie girl. I was always interested

in fashion, but I didn’t know how to express that when I was young. When I was in preschool, I wore these black lamé pants, and I think at that moment my parents knew I was going to be a handful. I wore them every day. I had five pairs. What’s your fashion interest these days? I’m more into vintage than fashion. I’m a vintage freak. The craftsmanship of vintage clothes was just different. Not to say that designers now can’t make clothes of that quality. Finding a perfect pair of vintage jeans can make my day. It’s incredible! How did the modeling thing come about for you? I was going into my senior year of high school, and I met a photographer named Jacob Sadrak. He took a few photos of me, and without my knowledge, he sent them to agencies, and shortly after he got in contact with me and said, “Listen, all these agencies want to meet you.” I thought about it, and decided to give it a shot. I wasn’t a confident teen. I didn’t think I was really beautiful. And now you are signed with The Lions! When I signed with them, they asked me to make a list of 30 things I wanted to accomplish. It could be anything, not just modeling. I had never heard of anything like that before. What was on your list? There were specific photographers I wanted to work with, and Bruce Weber was on the list. A week later, I was shooting with him. I was so fortunate. Right off the bat, I felt like I could do anything. Bruce was incredible. To see such an icon be so humble was really important for me. You can be successful but still remain humble and sweet. He took me in the garden and we talked about Tchaikovsky and Hemingway, and his life and his loves. I soaked it all in, because it may never happen again. What are some of your other goals? I’m 21 and I’m not sure what I’m going to do the rest of my life. This industry is so amazing because it opens so many doors for you, especially as a creative. I have goals, but I don’t know where I’ll go. I’m riding the ride.

Carine Roitfeld appointed you a “Beauty Queen” in Harper’s Bazaar. What was that like? It was amazing. I met Carine through my friend Remi [Barbier], and it was me, Stephen Gan, and Bruce Weber. I went to the dinner and I was authentically me, which I think was refreshing for them. I had no idea who they were, with the exception of Bruce. I didn’t know about their mega power in the industry. I sat down at the table and one of the first things I did was to speak in French to show Carine my accent, which is ridiculously embarrassing, but I think she found it refreshing. We became friends. After Carine and I spent time together, I got a leopard pencil skirt and a patent-leather jacket because I wanted to be her! I’m so grateful to her. We shot this editorial in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood. What was the experience like? It was really nerve-racking, and I haven’t been nervous in a while. We were on the street with a lot of men, and I was wearing skimpy swimsuits. I had to think of myself as an actress playing a role. All those people are extras, and I’m going to strut down this walk 17 times. A guy with his girlfriend gave me the eye, and people were taking photos. It was hard, but the team was incredible. Everyone was there for me. Who do people tell you that you resemble? I get Drew Barrymore from E.T. She was four years old! It makes me want cry. [Laughs] Can’t I get Drew in the ’90s? I also get Kate Bosworth and [model] Bridget Hall. What do you do on your days off? I paint. It’s therapeutic for me, and not for the public to see. I’m learning to play the guitar, and I’ve been decorating my apartment. I’m never in New York so it’s been a slow evolution. I catch up with friends, listen to music, read a book. I try to stay creatively stimulated. You’re wearing a sweater that says Lucky on it. Do you feel lucky? I feel so incredibly lucky! I never thought that this would be what I’m doing. I’m around my idols every day, and working with such amazing people! ß

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THE GREATEST OUTDOORS How did you get involved in the East End’s restaurant and catering scene, Richard? It was pretty much an accident. When I was a kid, growing up in Westchester, we would all pile in the car and go to the beach. The ocean had a magic quality to me, particularly the idea of a restaurant on the water and parties on the beach. What’s your background, professionally? Finance. I spent more than 20 years in various Wall Street trading businesses, and now I’m involved in a number of different industries. The thing that ties them all together is my ability to look at things from a perspective of, “Is this going to work?” Because so many businesses are so well-intentioned, but they can’t hold on long enough, or they’re missing some critical piece. It’s such a shame to put so much work into something, and get so far down the road and realize it doesn’t work. I try to always see the big picture, and I get involved down to the last detail, if necessary. I try to work with the best people I can find, so we can each focus on our relative areas of strength. That’s definitely the case in my business out East. Marc, Eric, and I bring three very different skill sets to the table. How did you team up initially? I owned a 15-year lease on the space at 39 Gann

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Road in the Springs, up on Harbor Marina, and I had operated it for two season with some other partners. It had its great moments, and it had its really challenging moments. I was almost ready to throw in the towel, and I had talked to a couple of people about possibly selling it, but fortunately, that wasn’t really what I was hoping for. And then Eric came along, and we opened up Bay Kitchen Bar, our restaurant. What kind of business did you envision at the beginning? Eric and I really focused on quality first, and image and buzz second, because I’d much rather have a business that has something very real to it, and then look to turn that into more of a thing than the other way around. We focused on being a really nice, offthe-beaten-path place to enjoy a gorgeous sunset with friends and a really great dinner. I think we’ve accomplished that. We had the good fortune of having a great first season, and we got an incredible review from The New York Times, which set things in motion both externally, among the client base, and internally. How did you end up in the catering business with Hampton Clambake and Food & Co.? Eric had the catering businesses to contribute. I didn’t know anything about them, early on, but that’s how life is—one thing leads to another when you least expect it. And then Eric’s brother, Marc, got involved, and he is excellent at selling to our

There’s no better way to experience the unparalleled beauty and unbridled spirit of the East End than with an al fresco dinner on the beach. Richard Silver, Marc Miller, and Eric Miller have become purveyors of these unforgettable evenings, thanks to Hampton Clambake, their on-beach catering company, which has more than 25 years of experience throwing parties on both the South and North forks. Silver, a co-owner and serious clambake enthusiast, explains the tradition’s enduring appeal.

clientele, as well as executing events. Especially out East, clients are used to dealing with a high level of execution, and Marc really stands out in that regard. It started to become clear to me that clambakes are a completely unique and special experience. I’ve always said that there are two reasons people come to the Hamptons—for the water, or for the scene. A clambake really captures the best of both, and ours get better and better all the time. I’m intrigued with pushing them, and seeing how far we can take them. What are your favorite spots to do clambakes? We do a lot of them almost literally in my backyard on Atlantic Beach. All the beaches in the Hamptons are gorgeous, both ocean and bay. Of course, the bay beaches, as Bay Kitchen Bar shows, have a bit of a secret, which is that you have a gorgeous sunset. But something about Amagansett really stands out for me, which is why I bought a house there. It’s between East Hampton and Montauk, both literally and figuratively. What makes the clambake experience so memorable? I love the lights we do, and the fire…it’s as old as time itself. When you can sit around a fire, eating lobster rolls and sipping great wine, that’s really fabulous. This season, I’m interested in looking into the other thematic things we do, too, in addition to the quintessential lobster clambake. You can do it with a Hawaiian or a Mexican spin, for example. But to me,


they all end up in the same place—people barefoot in the sand, looking great, feeling great, hanging out, and having a great time. What time do you like to start? We pretty much always start around 7 p.m. At a lot of cocktail parties in the Hamptons, people come, and then the party reaches a critical mass, and then as soon as people sense that, they’re all moving on to the next thing. But clambakes hold on much longer. We’re off the beach by 11 or 11:30. What’s on deck at Bay Kitchen Bar for the season? Pretty exciting things! We’ve hired a new GM for the restaurant, and we’ll be a lively, fun place while still maintaining our focus on quality at a high level. Eric spent more than a month of the off-season in the kitchen at Eleven Madison Park. He also did a little bit of time at Le Bernardin. It doesn’t get any better than that, so I’m excited to see what he has in store for us.

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What exactly does Hampton Clambake offer? We are the Rolls-Royce of clambakes. We drive our kitchen trailers out on the beach, and cook everything fresh right in front of you. We set up the party, we set up the tables, we set up the chairs, we clean up, we do the whole thing. How many people can you accommodate? The smallest number of people that we can do that makes it cost-effective is roughly 20 to 25, depending on the day of the week. We’ve done parties with up to 250 guests. We have four kitchen trailers, which we can drive onto the beach or take to someone’s home. They have everything we need to prepare all the food right in the truck. To those who have never been, what is a clambake? It’s the quintessential Hamptons experience. We use the most beautiful beaches in the world as a palette, and we can design a party that goes anywhere from white tablecloths and chairs to elaborate affairs where we use incredible lighting and paint the beach red, white, and blue for the Fourth of July. We can do parties with tin plates or disposable ones—we don’t like to use glass on the beach, for obvious reasons. We work with a blank palette every time we do a party—it can be as simple or as elegant as you like. What kind of permitting is required to make a clambake happen? It depends on the town or the village that you’re in— we take care of it all. We have great relationships with all the towns and villages. What are some of your favorite beaches for clambakes? My favorite is Atlantic in the town of East Hampton—it has great parking and restroom facilities. In the town of Southampton, I love Sagg Main, and for people with families, Scott Cameron and Flying Point are great, because you can keep the kids away from the water. I prefer not to do parties in the village of East Hampton—like Main Beach, Egypt Beach, Two Mile Hollow—because you’re not allowed to drink alcohol on the beach. How can small groups get in on the clambake experience? We offer clambakes to go—you can pick up all the

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Smashed Red Potatoes with Roasted Garlic food at our restaurant, and throw it out on your own and Basil blanket, anytime you want, at any beach. We’ll also sell you a picnic basket with a blanket, tin plates, Corn on the Cob with Drawn Butter acrylic glasses, and all the cutlery you need. Just give DESSERT us a call, and we’ll help you put it all together. What are the key components of a great Sweet Strawberry Shortcake clambake? with Lots of Whipped Cream LOVE Great food, great friends, great fun. Everybody STEAK? thinks of using the beaches during the day, THE SURF & TURF OPTION and they go out swimming and sunning, but OFFERS FILET by the end of the afternoon and going into the MIGNON, night, the beaches are much quieter, and it’s an TOO. unbelievably beautiful setting to celebrate being out in the Hamptons. We’re a beach community, and the beaches can be used day and night. We don’t interfere with what’s happening during the day, but at night, we can set up a bonfire, make s’mores, and listen to the roar of the ocean. What’s your entry-level price point? The basic clam bake is $175 to $200 a person, all in. That includes staffing, tables, chairs, deluxe clambakes, s’mores, a campfire, bistro lighting. But the sky’s the limit—we can add wicker furniture, cushions around the bonfire, hay bales, lighting, all kinds of things to make your party special. All clambakes don’t necessarily need to be at the beach, by the way—we can bring our trailers to someone’s home, too. What’s the story with your other business, Food & Co.? It’s our in-house catering company. I can do anything from cocktail parties for 50 to sit-down dinners for 400. We build kitchens on-site, if we can’t use the kitchens in the house. The sky is the limit. ß FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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WHAT’S YOUR RIDE? How do design darlings and Hollywood glitterati get around these days? We grilled some of our favorite faces on the subject.

“Oh, god! I don’t own a car, and I don’t even know how to drive. I never got a driver’s license!”

“We have a Tesla and a Bentley.”

—marc jacobs

—john legend

“I drive a Range Rover when I’m in L.A. but Not in New York.” “I grew up in New York so I don’t have a license, I don’t speak another language, and I don’t know how to hang a picture by myself. I have no job skills. Zero.” —stacy london

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—taylor hill

“I do some really hard-core walking. I’m trying to get thinner!” —christopher Kane

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“I just moved to L. A. I used to drive, but I hate sitting in the car. I prefer being in the backseat so I can study my lines and do my e-mails. My ride, for that reason, is Uber or Lyft.”

“I walk everywhere. If you live in New York and you don’t walk, you’re in the wrong place!” —Julie Macklowe

—Selita Ebanks

“I’m not driving at the moment.” —raf simons

“Uber! In New York, definitely.” —sara sampaio

“I ACTUALLY RIDE A BIKE!” —jordan barrett

“I have a black Mercedes G-Wagon!” —Hilary Rhoda

“RANGE ROVER SPORT!”

“A light-blue bicycle with a child seat on the back!”

—jasmine tookes

—Bianca Balti

“My ride is usually a silver Wrangler with a soft top and surfboard racks!”

“I always prefer to bike, but it’s so hard in the city! I typically end up taking an Uber.”

—Timo Weiland

“Always a limousine, or a Jeep. It depends on the occasion.” —Anna Cleveland

—Josephine Skriver

“A Chevy Suburban.” —Presley Gerber

“An SUV, or my car—I have a Jeep Wrangler!” —La La Anthony

“My Mercedes G-Wagon to the beach, my boat to Shelter Island, and a helicopter to beat the traffic.” —Michael Lorber

“We drive a Bentley truck.” —Migos


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Big Little Wise

Who needs camp when commerce awaits? Mitchell Sozio, a 13-year-old city kid who summers in Southampton, has turned his generation’s sneaker obsession into his main hustle. How does he hunt down the buzziest sneakers on the market…and resell them for top dollar? Listen and learn, kids!

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So, what exactly do you do? When Kanye West’s first Adidas Yeezys came out, I got a few pairs for myself. After walking into my sneaker closet, I realized that I had the connections to get more limited-edition brands and to make money from them by reselling at a higher price. How do you do it? I sell to friends and family or to connections I’ve made at sneaker stores. I also sell on the Internet. I have a database of people who want the sneakers. I’m never stuck with a pair. How much money are you making? I usually buy the shoes for around $220, and I resell them for between $1,000 and $2,000. The big deals have really come through in the past three months. So you’re the guy to come to for a loan! What are you doing with the money? I keep it in a savings account, and I use that to buy even more shoes to make more money. I have a savings and a debit account. For every deal that earns a profit, I have to put a certain percentage into savings. Do you know what you’re saving for? The Rolex Submariner in blue and gold. Glad we asked! When do you think you’ll be able to get it? Very soon. Probably in the next month. Will a Rolex even fit on your little wrist? It might be a little big! I’ve always wanted a Rolex. They just look cool—like success. Why do you think people want to pay so much for these shoes? People want to be in the latest fashion! It’s hype. People want to be like celebrities. There’s a limited quantity released, so it’s hard to secure them. Why do people feel the need to have them? People want to be the one on the spot that everyone is talking about. Having the latest sneaker has been a trend before Kanye West. And people want the attention. Which sneaker stores do you frequent? I can’t really reveal those. If you walk down Soho, you’ll see. Will you be selling in the Hamptons? Definitely. I have a ton of friends out here.

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Let’s say I bought a pair from you. Could I make money selling them to someone else? You probably would. If you’ve done many deals with me, I’d probably lower the price then. Who are your role models? I’ve never thought of that before! It would probably be DJ Khaled, because he’s inspirational. When he wants to get something, he gets it. Did you sell lemonade as a kid? No, I never did that. I’ve always been into making money. Fashion and making money are my two favorite things. What do your friends think of this? They think it’s cool. I’m known in my school as the sneaker guy. High schoolers come up to me. I have a good reputation. I’m only in seventh grade! Are the girls finding you to be more of a stud with your new job? I’d say so! My social media presence has grown. Do you have plans to expand the business? Definitely. Hopefully soon, we’ll be doing pop-up stores and bulk orders. We’re going to try to get media attention. I’m going to take a booth at [the convention] Sneaker Con because I’m also selling merchandise. I’ll have my own hoodies and T-shirts to promote my brand, Litty Sneaks. Do you ship internationally? I haven’t done that many out-of-country deals, because those are the sketchy ones that never pay you. I’ve shipped to California, though. Are you a regular at the post office? Of course not. My nanny does that. She’s the shipping department. She’s good at packing. I also meet up with some clients in person. What advice do you have for other aspiring teen entrepreneurs? If you have a goal in life, go for it. Nothing is holding you back. If you are determined, you’ll be successful. Have you ever thought about a normal summer job, like lifeguarding or working at an ice cream store? Never. Why not? Sneakers are what I’m really into, and you’re not making as much money doing something else. Camp? Do you know how much money I’d lose going to camp?

A look back at some memorable summer gigs of current staffers

“I was a teen actress and made a fortune three summers in a row from movies and TV, which I spent entirely on clothes…and shoes.” —BRANDUSA NIRO, Editor in Chief and CEO

Do you do a lot of business online? I have multiple ways of getting shoes, and one of them is online. I can’t reveal the technology that I use, but it’s very low-key. Assuming there are no ties to Putin! There’s no Russian hacking here! We noticed your Supreme bag. Do you like labels? Oh, yeah! I wear an Hermès tie with my school uniform. What other kind of ties do you like? Only Hermès! All my friends wear them, too. Phew! What do you want to be when you grow up? An entrepreneur. I’ve never had a dream of working for someone. If I was going to have a job, I’d be my own boss. What does your family think of this? My mom is very supportive of it. She’s always looking over my shoulder. She was helpful when I wasn’t able to fund myself at the beginning. How many pairs of shoes do you personally own? About 65. You’re like the Imelda Marcos of teenage boys! [Pause] Do you even know who that is? No. Never mind. ß

“I worked as a hostess at a pool hall in Manhattan. On Wednesdays at lunchtime, an older gentleman with alleged Mafia ties would come in and tip every girl in the house $100. We fought over the Wednesday afternoon shift!” —JILL SERRA WILDE, Design Director

“Camp counselor for the Salvation Army. My job was to check the kids for lice when they got to camp and to delouse them when I found any. I think that summer I made around $3,000 total!” —HANNAH TURNER-HARTS, Contributing Photo Editor

“I was a tour guide at Fort Wool, a Civil War fort in Virginia that was its own man-made island. I wore head-to-toe khaki and looked like a park ranger. The best part of my job was between tours I would sunbathe in my bikini on top of the fort walls. No one told me that Navy Seals would sometimes do “taking the base” exercises, so you can imagine my surprise when one day a bunch of scuba men with guns emerged from the ocean and scared me to death. Picture me running around the island in my bikini in search of cover! I made $7 an hour.” —ALEX DICKERSON, Director of Marketing & Special Events

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As you know, we rely on three months of revenue to cover an entire year’s worth of operations. As we go into the season, a few updates: We have effectively reduced the first cost of our heirloom tomatoes down to $.073 per pound. Given that they retail for $26 per pound, heirloom tomatoes will remain a core business. We need to do a better job of stashing our computers and iPad checkout operations underneath our antique cash register to provide for a more authentic organic/local farmstand experience. Although we appreciate and understand your love of Gucci under Alessandro Michele, please adhere to our dress code of ’90s-era concert T-shirts, well-worn Levi’s, and battered no-name sneakers. Last season, one of our regulars noticed that several staffers were sporting fur-lined slides, and brought the matter to my attention. Remember: We’re not just selling rutabaga, we’re selling an idea, a memory, a piece of our collective American history. When asked if we are “certified organic,” it’s okay to look visibly offended, because that will discourage further discussion. And yes, we will be closed on July 2–9 to ensure that everyone gets to enjoy the holiday at the Devon Yacht Club. Yours truly,

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We found him in the middle of some lake or something near that white house in East Hampton. You know the one… That is one of the Town Pond swans. East Hampton spends like $15k a year to maintain their habitat. Return him immediately! Dude, chill. My girl Mickie is a PETA activist and she said it’s cool. God, I love Mickie. She really gets me. She is going to take me to Burning Man!!!!!! I meet the coolest b*tches out here… I’m keeping your security deposit. Totally cool. I can cover it by throwing another rager. Question: do you think $80 a head is too much for a house party? Even with all the beer you can drink?

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A Flacktastic Hamptons Summer Awaits Yesterday at 11:32 AM

Dearest Hamptonites, The arrival of summer is upon us. For so many of you, this means carefree days and wild nights of total debauchery. Yet for me, your Hamptons flack extraordinaire, summer means anxietyridden afternoons and excruciating nights of total douchebaggery. It’s not even June, and yet the heat of the season is breathing down my neck like the hot, drunk champagne breath of a D-list socialite. I can only hope that I’ll be able to avoid some of the absurd antics I experienced in 2016. Isn’t it Einstein who said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”? Whatever the case, I have a standing reservation at Promises for September for some much needed R&R. Straitjackets are having such a moment! I’m praying this year I don’t asphyxiate behind the hedges of some billionaire’s pool house whilst blowing up seven giant inflatable pool swans. Some of you may be saying, “You should have just blown that up at Exxon Mobil.” Well, I tried that. Why don’t you try driving down Main Street in East Hampton with a giant rubber swan strapped to the top of your Range Rover? And let’s hope I don’t explode, courtesy of a litany of ridiculous requests from clients that I receive throughout the summer on an hourly basis. This year, no, I simply will not ’copter in your favorite cheese from Cavaniola’s in Sag straight to your Montauk mansion in 20 minutes or less. I am not Domino’s, sir. Nor will I even acknowledge your request to provide an eight-foottall unicorn ice sculpture, complete with matching unicorn macarons, three hours before your seated dinner for 50. I don’t care if you saw it on some son-of-a-celebrity’s Instagram account. I still have not installed a Doppler radar chip into my brain that tells me EXACTLY what the weather will be on a specific day at a specific time. Nor do I have the ability to make a cloudy day turn bright. So when you text me at 3 a.m. to find out whether it will be a “sunny” sunset for your clambake, my answer remains the same: “Shall I Google that for you, or would you like to do it yourself?” Now, some key learnings from last year: • No matter how much you want to climb the lifeguard chair at Moby’s, let’s hope you recently had a wax, because everyone’s gonna see everything on that tower of doom. • Never trust a musical act named DJ Viper Egg. It doesn’t matter if he’s a cousin of your party producer’s ex-girlfriend’s neighbor Larry. Because this DJ will have no problem telling you he is “around the corner” when, in fact, he is in the wrong township of the Hamptons, stuck in the worst bumper-to-bumper traffic of all time, putting him at your event approximately 12 minutes before it ends. Note to self: Always keep a karaoke set in the trunk as a back-up. • Keep a close eye on all interns. We would hate for one of them to give the check-in list to an attending guest, asking them to “just man the door for a second” while they go inside the party and eat every single one of the gluten-free, organic, hyper-expensive treats. That was a fun one to dance out of! But seriously, should I just drown my summer sorrows in a case of Kim Crawford right now and call it a day? Oh, summer…I am so flacked! XOXOXO, Your Favorite Party Pooper

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The Daily and French Connection stepped into summer with a shopping soirée at the brand’s Soho flagship and raised our glasses to a fun and stylish season ahead. Cheers! By sydney sadick

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“My [first] French Connection piece was a floral dress I bought in college. I’ve always loved the brand, especially its beaded pieces!”

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“I don’t [speak French], but I have been to Paris! I went to the movies one night, and the film was in French. I had no idea what was going on!”

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chicEstates 50 Old West Lake Dr.

ON THE MARKET 50 Old West Lake Dr., Montauk, $5,495,000

ON THE FENCE It’s an age-old question: To rent or to buy? Saunders’ Edward Bruehl breaks it down! BY KRISTEN HEINZINGER When do you tell your clients who rent that it’s the time to buy? Many times I find people who say, “My stock in my company did really well—my accountant said I have way too many shares, and I need to go buy some hard assets.” That’s when you get the boat, the car, or the house. The buyer is not happy to pay top-shelf market rate, but they know they just made this massive gain in their stock portfolio, so they need to roll that paper money into a hard asset. They’re thinking, “I’ve got five to 10 years living in a house, I’m protected, I can go there any time, and it’s better than holding shares in my stock.” That’s a big part of the underlying theme that our buyers go through. What time of year do you recommend buying? Everyone likes to put that in a box, but it doesn’t really work like that. The best time to buy is when you, the buyer, are fully aware of the market. I’ll keep sending the buyers ideas and then either a new listing will come on or an old, tired listing will stick out and it’s obvious the seller needs out. That’s when the broker will step up and say that they’re ready to sell, meaning their asking price isn’t necessarily the FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

price they’re willing to take. The asking prices mean almost nothing. It’s a matter of how well you know the market and how well you know the comps. It’s all about education. The sophisticated buyer will find a few houses, start making offers, and begin understanding what it’s like to get a counter and what it’s like to lose a bidding war. The next question is: Are you really a million-dollar buyer? Meaning, do you want to buy a turnkey house at $1 million or are you looking to buy an $800,000 house and put in $150,000? I could show you 15 houses at $1 million that are dank and smelly, but I’d rather show you something in the $800ks and have you put a smart $120k in the house—maybe a landscaping package, a pool, renovating the bathroom and the kitchen. Which locations are prime for a long-term investment? It depends on the buyer. There are certain buyers who will never go north of the highway, because their family has always been south of the highway. You wouldn’t believe how often mom, brother, grandma, even partners are in the same tax map. People say, “I

23 Robeson Blvd., Sag Harbor, $2,325,000


taw n i b a n n i s t e r ; a l l ot h e r s c o u r t e s y

50 Old West Lake Dr.

can’t believe someone would spend $4 million on a house with no view in the Hamptons!” But it becomes this family compound. Mom comes one weekend, uncle comes another. It’s like sharehouses, but they buy them! They insulate their own investment with something they might have paid a little too much for, but they’re surrounded by other people who paid too much. It’s a safety factor. When is the best time of the year to get a topnotch deal on a summer rental? Right after summer ends, which is counterintuitive. It’s when the owners of the house are more apt to think, “They were a good tenant,” or “Let’s just do the deal now so I don’t have to worry about it.” Getting something in the fall is a good time to go after those trophy properties. You want to get your rental early if you’re coming in for a full season. At least identify it and start making smart offers at the end of summer going into the fall. The second best time is in December or January. So, what makes a good renter? Being a good tenant on paper and on the telephone is critical to getting the good houses. Be prepared with a referral for a house you rented in the past. Give the name of your supervisor or someone who works with you, and know someone local who speaks highly of you. Your average homeowner is incredibly scared that someone is going to ruin the house. I’ve seen perfect families have a relative who ruins the house, and I’ve seen two frat guys who run a hedge fund be perfect tenants. You can’t think, “I only want families with no kids.” I coach owners to do a thorough vetting process. Be shrewd and a stickler when it comes to your first interaction with the bidder. My coaching for the actual signer is to become incredibly likable. I’ve seen owners give 20 to 40 percent discounts on a house to someone who just felt good, versus top dollar and a 20 percent security deposit because they didn’t trust them at all. Take it seriously and don’t wing it. If you wing it, they smell it, and they’ll take the small bid because they feel better about it. Which locations are hot right now? There is untapped potential north of the highway. Northwest Woods and Springs are behind the market. South of the highway and Montauk and Amagansett have gone on great runs, but to me, the sweet spot in terms of investor math is village fringe. I love the Northwest Woods if you can walk to the water. Take the extra seven-minute drive and get yourself all the way to the top—the bay beaches are unbelievable up

2004 Montauk Hwy., #511, $1,990,000

there. They’re so untapped. There’s tons of value for a builder or flipper. What’s your advice to someone who is unsure about buying? I love “lease with an option to buy.” If a client is ultimately looking to buy in the future and they want to rent to study the market, I tell them to make an offer. Say it’s a $2 million house that they like, but they’re not ready to buy. It’s on the market, so I suggest they offer $100,000 for summer rental with an option to buy at the end of the summer for $2 million, and deduct the $100,000 for the rental. From the owner’s point of view, they get the $100,000 and they don’t have to worry about showing it all summer long. I’ve seen it be an incredible win-win, and a fair share of deals have been done that way. It’s a smart buy tactic, and the seller doesn’t mind it as long as they get a price that makes sense for them. ß

2004 Montauk Hwy., #511

ED’S HAMPTONS HAUTE LIST Montauk Highway versus Old Montauk Highway?

The LIRR or the Jitney?

Try to get as far away from either of them as possible…so, go way south of Highway or way north of Highway—quiet and privacy are musts!

Ambassador…seats are comfortable and large enough to actually get work done, and you can’t take calls, so everybody just has to text.

The Talkhouse or the Meeting House? Get Hampton Chutney to go and eat it at Indian Wells Beach.

The Water Mill Center or Guild Hall? Guild Hall. Great local talent.

Cooper’s Beach or Sunset Beach?

THE Surf Lodge or Flying Point Surf School?

Ditch Plains with light offshore winds and a head-high ground swell.

The Surf Lodge, with quality entertainment and a breathtaking Montauk sunset.

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chicEstates

The Flip Side

With 14 years under her belt, Brown Harris Stevens broker Martha Gundersen has perfected an eye for spotting deals. Gundersen gives her best tips for finding homes that are worth the investment, and tells us how to transform them into moneymakers. BY KRISTEN HEINZINGER PHOTOGRAPHY BY DAN KEINAN

39 Bay Ln., Water Mill, $6,250,000

Which locations are most likely to give us a return on our investment? Look for properties that are south of Montauk Highway, whether they be new construction or new listings that are well priced. Many spec projects can be purchased at a great value now. The price of land has gone up and the cost of construction is also increasing, so the cost of building new houses has increased as well. It’s a great time for buyers to consider purchasing an existing home. The value is there, if you do the math! What are some red flags to watch out for when buying to flip? Be wary of anything that seems too good to be true. Usually that means it is. Ask questions about properties on “reserves." Ask about zoning in that area; each township has its own regulations. Check taxes, because taxes are not all assessed equally or rationally. Insurance costs are higher closer to or on the water. If a property is in a FEMA zone or on or near the water, you may not get clear FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

ON THE MARKET 70 Matthews Ln., Bridgehampton, $11,950,000

70 Matthews Ln.

answers about what you can do on the property until you actually go for a building permit. I am not saying it is not worthwhile, just that you should be educated. What types of upgrades do you typically suggest making? If you bought a fixer-upper, get two or three estimates from contractors. If you don’t have the time to shop for painters, electricians, plumbers, and the like, get recommendations from the most reliable builder. There are many good ones. Upgrades that are worthwhile range from appliances and fresh paint to curb appeal, new furnishings—which don’t have to be high-end but stylish—and landscaping. Which landscaping enhancements are worthwhile? First, make sure you are not overcleared. That said, overgrown shrubs and bushes, especially close to a foundation, or trees hanging over a roof are not healthy or attractive for a house. Privet hedges are inexpensive and they’re hardy, too. However, make

490 Hedges Ln., Sagaponack, $19,750,000

sure you don’t spend a lot on plantings that can be eaten by the deer; I recommend boxwood and pachysandra. Deer eat most everything else! How do you decorate to sell? Are there any trends to avoid? Declutter! That’s my No. 1 tip. Don’t get carried away with décor. Trends come and go, so stick with the classics. Choose neutral colors and make sure you have clean white walls. Try to stay away from too much wallpaper. Don’t decorate with heavy curtains, which tend to block light. Think “modern warmth.” That might sound counterintuitive, but think about lots of light and comfortable places to sit. If the room is too small and cluttered, it feels claustrophobic, but if it’s too open and big then it feels like a gym. You can’t take a room that’s huge and put small furniture in it. Always consult with someone. Some builders don’t get it, but most are sophisticated, and designers are, too. ß


333 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, $10,000,000

THE LIFE AQUATIC

There is no shortage of Hamptons havens for surf enthusiasts, sunset chasers, and boaters. Sotheby’s surfer extraordinaire Rylan Jacka gives the scoop on the East End’s prime water spots.

dan keinan (2); all others courtesy

BY KRISTEN HEINZINGER You’re a Cali native—what brought you to the Hamptons? I was born and raised in San Francisco, and in the late ’90s, I left my job and moved to Sun Valley, Idaho, and was a ski bum. [Laughs] I met someone there from Sag Harbor, and when the ski season was over, she invited me back to her Sag Harbor house, which was on the bay. It was one of those magical springs where I just fell in love with the Hamptons. The rest is history! That was spring ’98. Where else have you lived? I’ve lived in East Hampton, I bought my first house in Springs, and then I owned a house in Bridgehampton. Now I live in Sag Harbor Village. When did you get into real estate? I was bartending at the Peconic Coast, and then I befriended a real-estate veteran who recruited me to work under him. He ended up mentoring me for those first early years. Describe your perfect day in the Hamptons. Beautiful weather and a productive workday, ended with a surf or something on the water, whether it’s boating out and having a swim or a sunset dinner. What are your go-to beaches? Surfing on the East End is an obsession. I’m on a surf thread where all my friends obsess where the latest sand bar is because they’re constantly shifting and moving. The best beach to surf today could be different next week. As far as boating, my boat is in Sag Harbor, and five minutes outside the marina you’re in pure nature. If you want your boat right out in back of your own house, you want to be in Sag Harbor Cove. It’s easy access to the open bay and you have protected water. My favorite thing is to boat over to Smith Cove, drop an anchor, have a swim, and go to Salt for dinner. In the fall, when the Peconic Bay scallops and the oysters are in, we go to Greenport

and go to Little Creek Oysters. In the fall, Greenport is magical. Which pockets out East have the most authentic surf culture? The surf culture is great out here, compared to California where it’s much more aggressive. It’s more like a surf community, especially in the winter. Montauk has the best surf culture in the off-season— it gets a little crazy in the summer. October to May, there’s nothing better. Which beaches do you recommend for water skiing and paddleboarding? Northwest Harbor, because it’s protected, with Cedar Point Lighthouse and with Shelter Island on the other side. It’s always really glassy and calm. My wife and I like to bring the kids there for tubing and wake surfing. What other water activities must we give a go? There’s a big kitesurfing community out here. Everyone is either fishing, surfing, boating, or kitesurfing. Which are your favorite waterfront restaurants? There’s really nothing better than The Crow’s Nest. I love Duryea’s Lobster Deck and The Surf Lodge for music—the food is great there, too. Where can we catch the best sunset views? There’s no place better than Montauket for sunset, and the Beacon is the best place for a sunset in Sag Harbor. Where have you had the most luck fishing? Fishing is a lot like surfing out here—a lot of my friends are on threads where they talk about where fish are biting. It could be Georgica today and Town Line in Sagaponack tomorrow. It’s hard to say. If you’re looking for a money spot to go fishing, you’d have to go to Montauk Point by the lighthouse. Where can you get the most bang for your buck

when it comes to waterfront homes? There are a lot of opportunities in East Hampton on the bay. Which waterfront or beach-accessible properties are currently available? I have one of the last parcels of land on the ocean in Montauk. It’s right by Gurney’s and it’s on a wide sandy beach, and it has a large building envelope, so it has room for a significant-size house, pool, garage, or pool house. The asking price is $7.25 million. There’s direct access to the beach—you have your own private path. I have a couple properties in Montauk that look over the ocean—you can walk to the beach. There’s so much driving out here, so to have something to walk to is a huge deal. Amagansett, which has been especially hot lately, is close to Montauk and is still a little bit of a sleepy town. You can go out to eat in your flip-flops and have the beachy vibe. This one particular property on Bluff Road, you can see the ocean but it also gives you the benefits of the lanes, and it’s walking distance to Main Street and the Square. Amagansett is one of the only places where you can do that. What are your top tips for buyers seeking waterfront property? The permit process can take a lot of time, and I have a lot of experience in the current process. I’m pretty good at determining which jurisdiction that parcel is in and how long it will take to build a house, and what might be more subject to storms and flooding. You have to be careful—if you want a pool and a big house, sometimes a waterfront property is not right for you. That’s what’s great about this oceanfront parcel I have—it’s so long and deep that you can meet the setbacks from the edge of the beach, and have a fullsize pool and a big house. That’s not always the case, and that’s what makes this parcel rare. ß

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$17,495,000 l Impeccably Designed and Furnished by James Michael Howard l 3± Acres l 12,000± sf l 74’ Gunite Pool l Poolhouse l Impeccably Landscaped Grounds l 200± Yards from Mecox Bay

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$11,950,000 l Designed by James Michael Howard l 1.22± Acre Bordering Reserve l 10,620± sf

$19,750,000 l James Michael Howard Design l 2.7± Acres l 10,094± sf l Fully Furnished + Decorated

7 Bedrooms l 8+ Baths l 7 Fireplaces l Heated Gunite Pool l Poolhouse

7 Bedrooms l 9 Full + 3 Half Baths l Pool + Spa l Poolhouse l Har-Tru Tennis l Ocean Views

MARTHA GUNDERSEN CONSISTENTLY DELIVERING EXCEPTIONAL RESULTS WITH OVER $500 MILLION SOLD* IN HAMPTONS REAL ESTATE Martha P. Gundersen Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

631.903.6131 direct l 631.405.8436 mobile mgundersen@bhshamptons.com All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker. *Martha P. Gundersen represented the buyer, seller of both in transactions totalling over $500M. Prices shown are the last asking price. Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons, LLC. 27 Main Street • East Hampton, NY 11937 • 631.324.6400


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