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AWW ALERT! Nina Agdal was spotted cuddling with a petit puppy named Daisy at Gurney’s.

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Which Insta-obsessed East End editrix has made a habit of hastily unfollowing those who don’t immediately follow her back? Babe, just give us a minute!

DISHFEST ALERT! Jack Ketsoyan, the publicist behind some of Hollywood’s most ubiquitous celebs (Paris Hilton, Kristen Cavalllari, Carmen Electra), has brought his dishiest stories to life in a new [fictional] book dubbed Blind Item. It follows an assistant publicist who “sweeps up” the scandals of the hottest stars, and then finds herself at the center of one herself. “The best part of this story is that all the jaw-dropping scandals are actually real, but the names are not,” says Ketsoyan. “But we’ll never tell who’s who.” Things to discuss!

ART BREAK!

With Half Gallery’s Bill Powers, who is spearheading the Upstairs Art Fair in Amagansett What inspired your idea for the fair? There’s so much history out here. There’s a [Willem] de Kooning painting called “Montauk Highway.” [Andy] Warhol and Richard Avedon were out here...we’re doing our show at a space right by where Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe spent a summer. We’re continuing

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AND NOW, FOR A BRIEF HISTORY LESSON… Where on earth is Asparagus Beach? Well, you drive East through Amagansett, take a right on Atlantic, and voilà! Now officially known as Atlantic Avenue Beach, this beautiful spot was nicknamed after the veg in a nod to the hordes of single-and-looking beachgoers who apparently were long, lean, and…green? Thanks to @thehedgesinn for the backstory!

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“Police responded Sunday afternoon to a report of rabbits on Milton Avenue, creating a hazardous condition. Police investigated, and determined that there was no hazard to the public.” —The East Hampton Star

KATIE AT SIR IVAN’S?!? Daily fave Katie Courie graced the (totally weird) Water Mill home of “Sir” Ivan Wilzig for her friend Kathie Dolgin’s 70th birthday party. The media maven told Page Six that she found the home “fascinating, with a capital F.”

that thread. What kinds of work will be featured? It will be pieces from both local and downtown New York City galleries. Magenta Plains is going to bring in some Bill Saylor work, and New Release will have a sculpture out front made by an artist from the North Fork, among other things. Will this be an annual thing? I’m not trying to make a living as an artfair organization—I wanted to set up an event that I would want to participate in as a gallery. So this may be your one and only chance to come! upstairsartfair.com

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THE DAILY WONDERS…

The celebs have arrived. Stop your groaning! • J.ROD (that’s JENNIFER LOPEZ and ALEX RODRIGUEZ, for those of you who eschew the tabloids) graced Nick & Toni’s, where they dined with a friend and exited out the back. Hope you tried the sea bream, gorgeous—it’s never been better. • Sag Harbor haute spot Lulu Kitchen & Bar hosted BILLY JOEL, his wife, ALEXIS, and daughter DELLA ROSE. What did they eat? A pizza from the wood oven, if you really have to know. • Injured Mets pitcher MATT HARVEY is spending his time off at a Montauk rental, and he was apparently spotted canoodling with LO BOSWORTH, whoever that is. Young love!


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“Of all the Hamptons hamlets, I’m quite partial to Sagaponack. The rural landscape is beautiful and the vibe is more relaxed than its East Hampton and Bridgehampton neighbors. I can’t think of another place on earth where I’ve seen green, rolling farmland tumbling into the deep blue sea. Sagaponack is a very special place. Here’s my Sunday Funday, Sagaponack Edition! TRANSPORTATION: Leave the car at home. Ride bikes and take in the fresh air and gorgeous vistas along the centuries-old farm roads.   BEACH: Sagaponack has plenty of beautiful, unspoiled beaches, but Gibson Beach is my favorite. There’s an international, bohemian mix of people here, which I love. Good thing you rode your bike, because parking here is nearly impossible. Feel like tanning your tatas like a French girl? Me, too! Wander down the beach halfway toward Peter’s Pond if you crave privacy.   PLAY: All beach, all day! Kadima and swimming are the fave pastimes at Gibson. I also love a nice run along the beach—Gibson to Georgica Beach is a breathtaking 6-mile loop. Breathtaking in a really good way!   YUMMY EATS: Pierre’s has opened an outpost inside the old Sagg Main General Store, and don’t forget to hit up the local farmstands for fresh fruits and veggies!”

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Goop guru and Amagansett institution Gwyneth Paltrow has not abandoned the big screen in favor of a life in media—she’ll play Pepper Potts in the upcoming Marvel film Spider-Man: Homecoming. • This just in! The United States Supreme Court will not be weighing in on the airport-related noise situation in East Hampton. Fret not, folks—the kerfuffle is far from over. • More free public transportation on the East End? Oui! Montauk’s Hampton Hopper bus is now running between the railroad station, the docks, Hither Hills State Park, and the downtown area.

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SAVE THE DATE!

On August 5, the Gala for the Montauk Playhouse will be the place to be in MTK. Honoring local surfer and artist Tony Caramanico, surf photographer James Katsipis, activist and surf instructor Evelyn O’Doherty, and cartoonist and artist (and surfer!) Peter Spacek, the event will draw Montauk’s finest to raise funds for this vital communitycenter foundation. Expect a performance by Donavon Frankenreiter. Reserve at montaukplayhouse.com or by calling (631) 668-1124.

OLSENS ALERT! Elizabeth and James, one of the brainchildren of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, has partnered with Love Adorned on a rotating series of pop-ups, beginning this week at the Amagansett Square location. The brand has collaborated with artist Jimmy Sheehan on hand-­painted leather pouches. Will Mary-Kate, an East End regular, stop by with hubby Olivier Sarkozy? A Daily can dream! Loveadorned.com

LEMON JUICE! CNN’s Don Lemon was the graduation speaker for Sag Harbor’s Pierson High School’s outgoing class of 2017. “We cannot just allow to be said what we love; we must also allow to be said what we hate,” said Lemon, according to The East Hampton Star. “By allowing it to be said, it allows it to be contemplated, it allows it to be dissected, and either proved or disproved.” Thanks, Don, and congrats to all 53 graduates!

EYE SPY Shelter Islander Rebecca Taylor has launched a capsule collection of eyewear for Sunday Somewhere. Inspired by the eclectic look of Françoise Hardy, the styles Isabel and Zoe are named after Taylor’s daughters. “Zoe’s style is much more eclectic and funky, while Isabel is much more classic in her looks," says Taylor. rebeccataylor.com

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“My vintage jewelry collection! If I see old YSL, I just have to buy it.”

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On the cover: Elsa Hosk in an Elie Saab jumpsuit, Stuart Weitzman sandals, and Bulgari jewelry. Photography by Giorgio Niro. Styling by Rebecca Dennett. Hair by Steven Hoeppner for Moroccanoil. Makeup by Paola Orlando for Maybelline New York.

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Deputy Editor Eddie Roche Executive Editor “A weekly Stumptown Ashley Baker subscription.” Managing Editor Tangie Silva Design Director “Facial Jill Serra Wilde mists in an array of Fashion Editor “Massages fragrances Paige Reddinger and vinyl for any records.” situation.” Senior Editor Kristen Heinzinger Associate Editor Sydney Sadick Art Directors John Sheppard, Magdalena Long Contributing Designer Sara Neher Contributing Photo Editor Hannah Turner-Harts Contributing Photographer Giorgio Niro Contributing Copy Editor Joseph Manghise Imaging Specialists George Maier, David Kliger

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We’re always on the lookout for marvels, and the new NEWA Skin Rejuvenation system fits the bill—for a mere $349. It’s the brainchild of Amy Kamin, founder of EndyMed, and derm-to-the-chic-set Dr. Neil Sadick. He explains: In brief, what’s the story with NEWA? NEWA is the first FDAapproved device for noninvasive, at-home wrinkle reduction. It’s a miniature version of EndyMed’s professional 3Deep technology that has been used in doctors’ offices around the world for the last decade. How often should we use it? During the first month, which we call the initiation period, four or five times a week. Then after that, about twice a week as part of a maintenance program. What was it like to go on QVC? A really great experience. QVC is an amazing, professional company, and a welcoming community. As a first-timer, the regulars were happy to guide me. And how long have you been going to the Hamptons? Over 20 years. I love the ocean! It’s a chance to escape from the fast-paced city and activities and let my mind be at rest.

5 THINGS TO DISCUSS, PART ONE! Your favorite domestic goddess is coming to the stage! “The Rise (and Fall) and Rise of Martha Stewart,” a tragicomic camp musical from Ryan Raftery, will open at Joe’s Pub on August 7. It explores Stewart’s relationships with her father and daughter, and stars Raftery in the title role. Raftery has a thing for media folks—his previous works have focused on Anna Wintour and Andy Cohen. Publictheater.org

THINGS TO DISCUSS, PART TWO! From Laura Donnelly’s review of Le Bilboquet in The East Hampton Star: “The paddock gate, I mean, entrance, is blocked by the Imperial Praetorian Guard… The hostess, however, clearly suffers from prosopagnosia, or face blindness, because every time a member of our party made a move, she would stop us and say in a not very friendly way, ‘Can I help you?’ No, thank you, we are already in here, dining in your establishment.”

NORTH FORK 411! When in Greenport, do not miss Jennie’s at Drossos, a new pop-up snack bar at the Drossos Motel, where chef Jennie Werts is using local ingredients to churn out killer fried chicken, lobster rolls, Crescent Duck Farm schnitzel sandwiches,

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seen—and read—it all. In the event that you don’t have all day to browse the East Hampton outpost, their team of literary diehards breaks down the new releases you really mustn’t miss.

THINGS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT ME! With Southamptonite Trish McEvoy, beauty maven and author of The Makeup of a Confident Woman.

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My husband, Dr. Ronald Sherman, and I met on a blind date at a coffee shop! He was actually supposed to be going on a date with my roommate!

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I love the Audible app. I walk to work and have fallen in love with listening to fabulous books on my way.

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The beach is my happy place. I have a home by my store in Southampton, and being there is so serene.

and more. “Growing up, I spent my summers and every weekend possible at my family’s home in Greenport,” says Werts, a graduate of the International Culinary Center. “Every Sunday, my dad would take my brother Andrew and me to Drossos, where we’d

People We Hate at the Wedding by Grant Ginder “A destination wedding in London for their half sister sends Paul and Alice into a whirlwind of family dysfunction, bitchy guests, at least one catastrophe, and a country estate location. C’mon, we’ve all been there, and Ginder deftly serves up dish and heart in equal measure in this timely novel.” Out East by Jennifer Ash Rudick “This stunning coffee table book takes readers behind the privet hedge and into some of the most stunning and private homes of the Hamptons—a must for locals and visitors alike. With photography by Tria Giovan.”

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I love barre and stretching, I’m extremely flexible. It always shocks my friends when we take classes together!

The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry “This historical novel (with a dash of fantasy) transports readers to 1893 England, where rumors of a legendary creature that once roamed the Essex marshes has returned. The Sunday Times proclaimed this haunting and atmospheric tale ‘one of the most memorable historical novels of the past decade.’”

Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan “The Crazy Rich Asians author is back with his latest novel, featuring a family dripping in dollars, a jealous ex-wife, and even a little couture gown And for those who sabotage.” love an author talk, don’t miss Montauk locals John Aldridge and Anthony Sosinski, who will discuss their gripping memoir, A Speck in the Sea, on July 13 at 5 p.m. And then, on July 30 at 5 p.m., come meet “Impatient Foodie” Elettra Wiedemann!

have intense mini-golf battles and finish it all off with a burger from the snack bar.” Safe to say that Jennie’s offerings are likely to be a big step up. Jenniesatdrossos.com

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GIGI HADID sported a head-totoe pink ensemble to toast her Vogue Eyewear collection in NYC. • Hand-roll lovers, head to Surf Lodge, where SoHo institution Domodomo has popped up. • Sob! East Hampton’s beloved Momi Ramen has shut its doors. Now what are we supposed to have for dinner on a snowy Friday night in February?


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Twinkle, Twinkle! What’s wrong with a little indulgence when it looks this divine? DE BEERS mosaic diamond necklace in 18-karat white gold, featuring a total carat weight of 145.65, price upon request, De Beers, 716 Madison Ave., NYC, (212) 906-0001

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CHOPARD necklace featuring 310.14 carats of pastel sapphires and 20.39 carats of diamonds set in 18-karat white gold from the Copacabana Collection, price upon request, Chopard boutiques, (800) 246-7273 FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Socrate necklace featuring diamonds set in 18-karat white gold, price upon request, Van Cleef & Arpels, 744 Fifth Ave., NYC, (212) 896-9284

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according to vogue.com, miuccia pRADA’s thesis for the collection is “really that on one side is the virtual reality and on the other is the reality of the human part.”

Prada

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It’s kind of a funny story. In her menswear collection, Miuccia Prada explored the concept of narrative through a motley mash-up of comic-book prints, graphic stripes, and retro utilitarian jumpsuits. High-waisted pants were festooned with double belts, while short-shorts were paired with knee socks. Collars were popped, trousers were voluminous, and technical knits were ubiquitous. The whole thing is an awful lot of fun, but it was counterbalanced by the gravitas of very serious topcoats in hardworking herringbone and camel.

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It’s Donatella Versace’s world, and we are all destined to live in it. For her latest menswear extravaganza, the designer remained loyal to the house’s calling cards— rococo silk prints, Medusa motifs, and strategically placed stripes—in a strong visual statement that spoke to the brand’s past, as well as its future. Even if you’re not a baby blue tracksuit kind of guy, Versace has plenty of great ideas, especially in the form of ’80s-era tailoring and some very cool velvet slides.

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the artistic prints, shown on mesh t-shirts and silk organza dresses, were created in collaboration with designer Charles Jeffrey.

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Courtney Trop, Romeo Pokomasse, Ivania Carpio, and Joris Roosen

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Portraits of the artists! At the brand’s show during Pitti Uomo in Florence, Hugo transformed an old factory space into a space of worship for the creative soul. The clever clothes featured painterly brushstrokes, sketches, and writing, and even the most delicate and luxurious pieces were mixed and matched with abandon and worn without an ounce of preciousness. Unisex looks loomed large, as did soft tailoring, slip dresses, and ultracool suiting. A cool palette of neutrals was energized with shades of bright blue, yellow, and the brand’s signature red.

Oliver Lips and Moritz Lips Names Here TK Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, Luka Sabbat, and Anwar Hadid

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DJ ALERT!

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The hautest restaurant in the Hamptons has officially opened! American Express hosted the opening of EMP Summer House with a blowout bash that gave East Enders a taste of Daniel Humm’s incredible cuisine. Photography by Samantha Deitch / BFA for American Express Platinum

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TOM DIXON Etch pendant in brass, $550, beambk.com

kim seybert Flare napkin ring, $34, bergdorfgoodman.com

DESIGN TREE HOME Couture dining table, $4,500, wayfair.com

UNLIMITED EARTH CARE Gold Qeeboo rabbit chair, $1,200, Unlimited Earth Care Concept Store, 2249 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton

CRAIGHILL Jack Puzzle, $95, beambk.com

JONATHAN ADLER Menagerie small gold glazed bird bowl, $128, jonathanadler.com

marc blackwell Brushstroke Equator gold small tumbler, $55, barneys.com

solid gold MOON BY CUTIPOL fork, $89 for a 5-piece place setting, shophorne.com

deborah rhodes gilded magnolia-leaf place mat, $120, bergdorfgoodman.com

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KARTELL MASTERS metallic chair, $645, abchome.com

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Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Glow Shot Liquid Highlighter in Radiant Finish, $42, sephora.com

mOROCCANOIL Body Butter in Fleur d’Oranger, $56, The Salon and Spa Amagansett, 6 Amagansett Sq., Amagansett, (631) 267-6677 Dasha Khlystun at Kenzo’s Spring 2017 RTW show

MAYBELLINE NEW YORK Color Sensational Lip Color in Very Cherry, $7.49, CVS Pharmacy, 111 Main St., Southampton, (631) 283-4250

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marc jacobs beauty Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter, $44, marcjacobsbeauty.com

hampton sun AgeDefying SPF 50 Mineral Crème, $52, White’s Apothecary, 81 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 324-0082

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LA coquette No need to be shy—a subtly subversive beauty look ensures that you’ll be the talk of the soirée. The key components: rosy eye shadow, completed with a glossy cherry pout.

christian louboutin Khol Les Yeux Noirs Lash Amplifying Lacquer, $70, us.christian louboutin.com

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TOM FORD Sheer Cheek Duo in Bicoastal, $78, tomford.com


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ALTUZARRA PRE-FALL 2017

CHANEL PRE-FALL 2017

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No. 21 embellished sequin ankle boots, $817, luisaviaroma.com

roger vivier Pilgrim small sequin clutch, $2,550, Roger Vivier, 750 Madison Ave., NYC, (212) 861-5371

chanel Gabrielle small hobo bag, price upon request, chanel.com

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bright Gucci sequin embellished dress, $14,000, Gucci, 725 Fifth Ave., NYC, (212) 826-2600

There’s nothing like head-to-toe sequins to announce you’ve arrived at the party. BY paige reddinger

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Tom Ford sequin-embellished skirt, $4,950 mytheresa.com

Balmain satin-lapel sequin-embellished dress, $4,215, Balmain, 100 Wooster St., NYC, (212) 966-4200 stuart weitzman Nudistsong sandals in light sapphire pavé crystals, $2,200, stuartweitzman.com

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Dennis basso pre-fall 2017

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gucci floral-print silk satin–trimmed woven paper hat, $335, Gucci, 725 Fifth Ave., NYC, (212) 826-2600

Loeffler Randall Amara denim platforms, $450, barneys.com

chloÉ floral-print jacquard kaftan, $2,395, net-a-porter.com

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party Weed out your old summer styles and let your wardrobe bloom with a fresh midsummer reboot.

Dolce & gabbana Jackie Majolica-print slides, $681, matchesfashion.com

Prada abstract and floralprint silk-crepe dress, $1,818, Prada, 841 Madison Ave., (212) 327-4200

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Fendi Dotcom Click printed floral bag, $3,300, Fendi, 611 Fifth Ave., NYC, (212) 813-1615

Tory Burch Gabriella floral-print bikini, $246, toryburch.com miguelina Nelline printed linen top, $280. net-a-porter.com

Red Valentino Chelsea micro-flower jacquard dress, $695, redvalentino.com

Zimmermann Curacao one-shouler printed silk-chiffon playsuit, $590, 27 Newtown Ln., East Hampton, (631) 604-6291


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selfportrait guipure lace top, $350, net-a-porter.com

alberta ferretti lace mules, $550, luisaviaroma.com

LACEup Add some romance to your life (and wardrobe) with delicate dresses, underpinnings, and even the occasional accessory.

lela rose seamed lace knee-length dress, $1,895, lelarose.com

self-portrait ruffle and lace minidress $4,575, Elie Saab, 860 Madison Ave., NYC, (212) 933-4566

dolce & gabbana box lace clutch, $2,175, mytheresa.com

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philosophy di lorenzo serafini oneshouldered lace dress, $1,345, modaoperandi.com

SEA velvettrimmed cottonblend lace top, $295, net-a-porter.com

jonathan simkhai grommet lariat lace bustier, $745, modaoperandi.com


NOIR Photography By Giorgio Niro Starring Elsa Hosk

SOIR Stylist Art Director Fashion Editor Makeup Hair

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Rebecca Dennett Jill Serra Wilde Paige Reddinger Paola Orlando

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Steve Hoeppner FOR MOROCCANOIL

Justine Foord

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The Other Elsa Swedish stunner Elsa Hosk is a pro athlete, an amateur cook, and an idol to little girls everywhere. Meet this multitasking model of the moment! BY EDDIE ROCHE Growing up, what were your summers like? Summers were my favorite part of life. I grew up in Stockholm, which has all these amazing islands around it. We used to explore them on my dad’s boat. We lived in a little house that had its own dock—it was just so pretty and idyllic. What have you been up to this summer? I haven’t really had any time off. I did spend a weekend in the Hamptons recently, but it rained the entire time. We stay in Amagansett, and we typically just hang out at the house, barbecue, and go to the beach. I also have a trip to Sweden planned. Where do you eat on the East End? I actually don’t like to go to restaurants out there— I prefer to cook at home and have picnics. We go to the Harbor Market & Kitchen on Division Street in Sag Harbor. How’s your cooking? It’s improving! I just moved into a new apartment that has a great kitchen, so it’s inspiring me to cook more. It’s hard to find the time when you don’t have a family to cook for, but I’ll definitely be throwing more dinner parties. You showed up to our shoot with an injury. What happened? I played basketball in sandals at Coachella and injured my foot. I ended up with a heel fracture. I wanted to win too badly! We understand you were a professional basketball player. Yes! I don’t really tell anyone about it, and it never comes up unless I’m doing an interview and someone has done their research. I don’t play as much anymore, but it’s still great to get people together and shoot some hoops for fun. How do you stay in shape? I go to a few different gyms in the city because I like to rotate and keep things fun. I do a lot of personal training with Kirk Myers at the Dogpound. They’re such a fun group of guys, and they make you feel powerful. You leave there and feel like you own the world. I also like to go to Flex Studios, which is sort of like barre on steroids. And I started

running a lot last year, so I do that four days a week along the West Side Highway. In the Hamptons, I’ll go to SLT because it’s close to the house, or there’s so many beautiful trails or the beach. There are a lot of options. Congrats on your recent American Elle cover. I was jumping up and down when it came out. It was such a surreal moment for me. I was very honored to be among those models. What Victoria Secret Angels are you closest with? I hang out a lot with Martha Hunt, and I’m really close with Stella Maxwell. We know each other now, and I’m always really happy to see them all. They are all such amazing girls. I couldn’t be luckier to have them around. What are your other career ambitions? There’s so much I want to do! I’m so bad at doing a lot of things at once. I’m modeling now, but my head is exploding with ideas. I’m working on a design collaboration right now with Bik Bok, a Swedish brand. My first collection is coming out in August. It’s based on pieces I’ve had in my closet for a long time, and it has an ’80s/’90s vibe. It will be available all over Europe! Do you have any other aspirations? I would love to go to art school or even study furniture design. I’m really into interior design! Everyone is going to want to know about your beauty routine, so spill! My biggest beauty secret is that I let my skin breathe a lot, and I go without makeup as much as possible. When I’m working, I always wear a lot of makeup, so I clean my face really well with rosewater spray. I use oils for moisturizing. I used to have acne-prone skin, so I’m very careful with things that dry it out too much. I like to use natural products. You share your name with Elsa from Frozen. That must be amusing. I am so popular with kids, you have no idea. When I tell them that my name is Elsa, they get super shy and curious. It’s good for me because people used to have difficulty saying my name. Now, everyone knows it. They’re like, “Elsa from Frozen?” Yup! ß

ELIE SAAB Lurex and knit bodysuit, price upon request, Elie Saab, 860 Madison Ave., NYC, (212) 933-4566; ADRIENNE LANDAU rabbit fur coat, $595, saksfifthavenue.com; BULGARI high jewelry earrings in 18-karat yellow gold, sapphire, and diamond, price upon request, bulgari.com

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ELIE SAAB black sequin jumpsuit, price upon request, Elie Saab, 860 Madison Ave., NYC, (212) 933-4566; STUART WEITZMAN Morepearls sandals, $455, stuartweitzman.com; BULGARI Serpenti bracelet in 18-karat white gold with diamonds and emeralds, $67,000, bulgari.com

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ELIE SAAB Lurex and knit bodysuit, price upon request, Elie Saab, 860 Madison Ave., NYC, (212) 933-4566; ADRIENNE LANDAU rabbit fur coat, $595, saksfifthavenue.com; BULGARI highjewelry earrings in 18-karat gold with saphhires and diamonds, price upon request, bulgari.com FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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This page: BLUMARINE evening gown, $1,740, blumarine.com; VINTAGE KENNETH JAY LANE ’60s drop earrings, $415, and DOMINIQUE AURIENTIS gilt Gripoix cuff, $725, sararacouture.com; KENNETH JAY LANE satin-gold crystaldot cuff, $150, kennethjaylane.com Opposite page: ELIE SAAB Lurex and knit bodysuit, price upon request, Elie Saab, 860 Madison Ave., NYC, (212) 9334566; ADRIENNE LANDAU rabbit fur coat, $595, saksfifthavenue.com; GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI Claudia suede sandals with crystal embellishment, $1,995, giuseppezanotti.com; ROGER VIVIER Pompon evening box, $1,695, rogervivier.com Producer: Melissa Correa for GE Projects Stylist assistant: Niki Ewanouski for Atomic Assistants Agency Digital tech: Eric Lauer for Miami Digital Capture

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Alexandre Vauthier dress; Bulgari Diva’s Dream earrings and Serpenti bracelet

Metallics for the win! Mix and match shades to accentuate your eye color. Begin by using the lightest as a base, then layer a deeper shade on top, saving the darkest for the crease. BEAUTY MUST: MAYBELLINE NEW YORK The City Mini Palette in Rooftop Bronzes, $9.99, maybelline.com

get the look glossy lipS

Summer soirees are the perfect opportunity to go full-on glam, and what better way to do so than with a vibrant red lip? Add extra decadence with a topcoat of gloss. BEAUTY MUST: MAYBELLINE NEW YORK Color Sensational Color Elixir Lip Lacquer in Signature Scarlett, $8.99, maybelline.com

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dramatic liner windswept curls

On clean, towel-dried hair, comb through two pumps of this hydrating serum. Blow-dry and curl. To finish, add more treatment to your palm and comb through using just your fingers. The curls will smooth out into luxe waves. BEAUTY MUST: MOROCCANOIL Treatment, $44, moroccanoil.com

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No noir look is complete without a sultry eye. Use a smudgeproof formula to heavily line both the top and bottom lids. To ensure extra impact, line the bottom waterline from your inner crease to the outer corner in a white liner to finish. BEAUTY MUST: MAYBELLINE NEW YORK Eyestudio Lasting Drama Waterproof Gel Pencil in Sleek Onyx, $7.99, Rite Aid Pharmacy, 200 Bridgehampton Commons, Bridgehampton, (631) 537-0235

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Give your skin an extra boost in the evening with this creamy illuminator. Apply to tops of your cheeks, brow bone, and even décolletage for a shimmering radiance. BEAUTY MUST: MAYBELLINE NEW YORK Master Strobing Stick Illuminating Highlighter in Medium Nude Glow, $9.99, CVS Pharmacy, 38 Pantigo Ln., East Hampton, (631) 324-8587


AUSTRALIAN UPSTART Jordan Barrett CAPTURES THE FREEWHEELING, FANTASTIQUE SPIRIT OF SUMMER. PHOTOGRAPHY BY SEBASTIAN FAENA STYLED by SOFIA ACHAVAL DE MONTAIGU costumes by juan gatti Fashion Editor PAIGE REDDINGER makeup by PAOLA ORLANDO hair by STEVEN HOEPPNER retouching BY justine foord for silhouette studio NYC


BURBERRY canvas blue cashmere poncho with silver cording, price upon request, burberry.com

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On Vlada: BONPOINT gold lamĂŠ tafetta dress, $695, bonpoint.com. On Jordan: PERSOL Calligrapher Edition sunglasses in tortoise/brown, $370, sunglasshut.com

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Twenty-year-old Jordan Barrett was discovered at a convenience store at age 13, and he’s been causing a stir in the fashion world ever since. Now, he wants to see the world through rose-colored glasses. Literally! BY EDDIE ROCHE

You shot this story with photographer Sebastian Faena. Did you have fun? Yes! We’re really good friends. When I first moved to New York, I wanted to work with him, and I forced my way in. By now, we’ve worked together a lot. This shoot [for The Daily] was really cool, because we got to go to Miami to do it. Why do you think you and Sebastian work together so well? Probably because he’s a little bit crazy. We’re both on different planets! You’re an amateur photographer. What do you enjoy shooting? Naked people, crazy people in New York…I’m not really one to take photos of landscapes. I have hundreds of Polaroids from my travels. I keep some in a big box at home, and I stick others on the wall. They remind me of really fun memories. Which photographers do you admire? Mario Sorrenti is definitely one of my favorites. I also like Cass Bird—she’s awesome. I also really like Hans Feurer. Mario’s are always dirty, crazy; Cass’s are always alive; and Hans always has that pop of color. Who would you still like to shoot with? Steven Meisel. I also haven’t worked with Mark Borthwick. British GQ Style shot a cover of you that’s an homage to George Michael. They came up with the idea—they wanted to do a tribute to him. I didn’t really know who he was while he was alive. I was once on my way to meet [my manager] Jen at Kate [Moss’s] house to go to dinner in London and the taxi driver asked if I was going to George Michael’s house. [Kate and George were neighbors.] I didn’t know who he was or if I was in the right area, and I called Jen and told her what the driver asked, and she laughed. I asked if I should Google him. Now it’s like an ongoing joke between us. I recognize his music, but I didn’t grow up listening to him. Before you were professionally modeling, were you comfortable in front of the camera? I don’t really have many family photos or photos of myself as a kid. It’s weird! But in the ones I do have, I’m always completely grinning. In addition to photography, is acting still a passion? It is. I’m studying and working with dialect and acting coaches in New York and Los Angeles. It took me about a year to start feeling comfortable, and now I’m really starting to enjoy it.

Are you more of a dramatic or comedic actor? I hate comedy. I like psychological thrillers. I wouldn’t mind playing an action hero. Which actors do you admire? My favorite actor was Heath Ledger. His performance in [the Australian film] Candy was amazing. I also loved Abbie Cornish in that film. The other actor I love is also dead—River Phoenix. You have a River-like quality to you. I get that a lot. I like every one of his movies, especially Running on Empty. We hear that you want to open a hotel. That’s the goal. When my mom asked me what I wanted to do when I grew up, I would say, “I’m going to be rich and I want to open a hotel.” But the hotel I want to open would be more like a very healthy retreat in Costa Rica. There’s one in Mexico I like that’s like a tree house. It doesn’t use electricity and they work to save turtles. I want a sanctuary, not a hotel…a big sanctuary for everyone to come to. When will it open? When I have enough money! Do you follow astrology? I bought a book about it, but haven’t opened it yet. I’ve started spending a lot of time at The Alchemist’s Kitchen in Manhattan. I sit there for literally three hours a day and try oils. Downstairs, there are infrared saunas, a mediation room, and cryotherapy. Do you go to Burning Man? I went for the first time last year, and I’m going again this year. I want the world to be like Burning Man. What was your favorite thing about it? Watching everyone run around naked. And getting stuck in a teepee with no shoes on! Do you ever go to the Hamptons? I spend a lot of time here over the summer. I like to take photos out here because there’s a lot of open space. I like to get in the water when I get a chance. What’s next for you? I want to take more photos and make things. I’m also collaborating with Frame denim on a collection, which comes out in Spring 2018. I’m so excited. And you’re also making glasses? My friend [photographer] Alana O’Herlihy and I started a label of fashion goggles called Heavily Sedated that you can wear any time of the day. Everything is better with a beautiful tint of blue or orange or rose pink. We’re only making statements— nothing basic. We’re aiming to launch just before New York Fashion Week. Everyone’s going to realize that the world is better in really tinted color.

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RARE FIND Third-generation jeweler Wagner Eleuteri comes from a storied Italian family. His father, Carlo, set up his first Eleuteri shop in 1972, and the 29-year-old has now taken the business to New York, opening its Upper East Side storefront two years ago. He has plans to expand to lucrative markets like London, the Middle East, and Russia. In the meantime, you can find him on 69th Street—or surfing out East! BY PAIGE REDDINGER photography by william JESS laird Why did you pursue the family business? I always was fascinated by it, for sure, but I did not negate other options. I got my university degree in politics and international relations. I started this at the London School of Economics, and then I did a couple of journalism internships in Milan. After that, I worked for a big jeweler in India. Which one? The Gem Palace. It’s quite famous. India was beautiful. It was tough in terms of the food and all that—I was living with an Indian family, and they were vegetarians. But it was also a very profound experience to see the mystic side of India, to visit the temples—they took me to some really incredible weddings. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

Did you learn the language? Just a few words—I learned phrases like, “I’d like some water” or “How much is this?”—although I am quite good with languages and I am passionate about learning. I speak Italian, obviously, and also English and Spanish, and I’m learning Russian now. What did you learn about jewelry while you were in India? Before I went to India, I had already earned my gemology degree. In my time there, I learned a lot about setting vintage jewelry and semiprecious stones. I learned how to sell and how to deal with both clients and workers. What came next? I moved to New York to do my own trading in the

diamond district. After that, I went back to Italy and joined the family business for good. Then my father decided it was time to expand the business abroad, and New York was our first choice. When did you first open the New York boutique? In August 2015. We already had some New York– based clients who had visited our businesses in Rome, Milan, and Venice. I also plan to expand the business a little further in other places, probably with a store in the Middle East or Russia. But my father will retire in a few years and the headquarters are there, so eventually I will go back to Italy. Do you curate the jewelry yourself? For the New York store, yes. I focus on Italian brands like Bulgari and Buccellati, and we also carry some


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TOTAL GEMS A sampling of Eleuteri's antique gems.

masters like Fasano, Cazzaniga from Rome, [and] Faraone. We have a beautiful art deco necklace with a detachable pin and two bracelets. It has 110 karats of rubies and 50 karats of diamonds. We have a snake belt that can also be worn as a necklace. It’s an Austrian antique from the late 19th century in turquoise, silver, and diamonds. What are most people coming to you for? Bulgari—the 20th-century pieces more than antiques. We do quite well with pieces from the fifties, sixties, and seventies. Rings and bracelets always generate good sales. Surprisingly, I have sold a lot of brooches and chokers in the past year and a half. Did you ever lend the jewelry for red carpet dressing? Yes, we love to. We have done it before. We have lent a beautiful Bulgari stars and stripes choker, which is a one-of-a-kind piece, to Katy Perry for her appearance at the Democratic National Convention. Bulgari made that piece in the early seventies to celebrate their first store at the Pierre Hotel in New York. Is it for sale? We still have it, but it is not for sale. We don’t have a strategy behind lending to red carpet people, though. If they ask us, then yes, we would lend, but we don’t invest in it. Do you sell any men’s pieces? Yes, we have some cuff links, some men’s brooches, and watches, like vintage Patek Phillipes and Rolexes. Do you wear jewelry yourself? No! [Laughs] I don't wear a watch, either. We hear you frequent the Hamptons. Where do you stay? At a friend’s place in Bridgehampton. I like Bridgehampton a lot! I’ve also stayed at the American Hotel in Sag Harbor. It's very historical,

“we do quite well with pieces from the fifties, sixties, and seventies.”

and I like historical. And they have a great bar and restaurant, too. Even though I am quite young, I feel as though I am an old soul. I’m not a downtown person, and I’m not really an uptown person, either. I’m just a tranquil person. I’m not a big party person. For example, in the city, I love the Yacht Club on 42nd Street. It’s one of my favorite spots in New York. We always used to stay there before I had a home here. My family also has a membership to a yacht club in Sardinia that has reciprocity with this one. What are your other Hamptons haunts? I like Le Charlot. We go there with friends in Southampton. They also have a restaurant on the Upper East Side, next to our store. I also go to Pierre’s, a cute little French restaurant in Bridgehampton. And when I go surfing in Montauk near Ditch Plains, I like to go to the Surf Lodge. Any upcoming travel plans? This summer, I may go to Mexico City for a wedding, and I’ll probably go to our family house in Tuscany. My dream holiday is a surf trip to Indonesia—it’s kind of a mecca for surfers. I have traveled a lot for surfing, to Brazil, Portugal, Costa Rica, and California. I’ve been surfing in front of East Hampton Beach, too. And sometimes, I go to the Rockaways. Thoughts on the Rockaways? Even though I am in a glamorous business, I am used to a bit of edginess! ß FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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meet le maître Pierre Cardin, the 95-year-old French couturier, remains one of the most‑referenced (and most‑lauded) fixtures in fashion. Thanks to an ambitious new exhibition at The Breakers in Newport, his work is getting the attention it so richly deserves. In June, Cardin’s French entourage descended on Rhode Island to toast the affair with a runway show. BY PAIGE REDDINGER

CrèME DE LA CrèME Cardin with his three Golden Thimble awards for fashion. Right: Rosecliff mansion in Newport, Rhode Island.

THE EXHIBITION

“I really wanted to incorporate pieces from the beginning of his career, from the time he spent working for Christian Dior, forming the new look in 1946, to when his career took off in the 1960s,” said curator Ashley Householder, who managed to pull together the 42-piece exhibition in a matter of months. The exhibition also displays some of Cardin’s furniture designs, as well as a room dedicated to Maxim’s, the famed French Belle Epoque restaurant that Cardin has owned since 1981.

forward thinking This look marks the first time Cardin ever showed a miniskirt with a long coat. According to Basilicata, he has kept every garment he has ever made and has designed 500 pieces a year for 70 years.

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To toast Pierre Cardin: 70 Years of Innovation, Cardin imported a slew of New York models and his intimates to host a fashion show spanning seven centuries of his designs. Held at Newport manse Rosecliff, the affair was presided over by Maryse Gaspard, Cardin’s director of haute couture; his nephew Rodrigo Basilicata; and Matthew Gonder, a close friend and the headlining act at Maxim’s who served as master of ceremonies for the show. “I’m so sorry not to be there—I’m in my bed, but my heart is with you all,” said Cardin over the phone from Paris. A recent fall forced him to cancel his trip to the States.

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Cardin’s Green Plexiglas dress (First DRESS on left) famously inspired Paco Rabanne’s designs.


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An impossibly chic former model and muse turned haute couture director for Cardin, Maryse Gaspard has worked with Pierre Cardin for more than 50 years.

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pretty influential 1. The molded detail on this black dress inspired the famous cone created by Jean Paul Gaultier, who worked for the couturier for seven years. 2. Cardin was one of Christian Dior’s first employees and helped Dior create what would come to be known as “the new look” in the ’50s, exemplified by this ivory dress.

Inspired by the Space race, cardin whipped up otherworldly creations. He is also the only person to have ever tried on neil armstrong’s pressure suit, which the astronaut wore on the moon.

Maryse, how did you meet Monsieur Cardin? When I was 19 years old, a friend of Pierre Cardin’s said, “You should become a model.” He sent me to see him with a note of introduction. I tried to dress how I thought a model would dress—I had a big purse, a jacket, and a hat, but they were all in beige. When Mr. Cardin finally arrived, he told me to take off my hat and to walk, and right away he said, “Tomorrow you will come and present the collection.” I never even gave him the note! Were you nervous? I had never done a fashion show before. The collection had already been fitted on other models, and I was the tallest one. I had breasts and big feet, but I squeezed myself into the looks and the shoes. [Laughs] My feet really hurt! I watched how the other girls made themselves up and did the same. That’s how I made my entrée into haute couture. You went on to become his lifelong muse. He cut my hair to my chin, in the Vidal Sassoon style, and he taught me how to pose. With every collection, he transformed me. Did you ever work with other designers? I took photos with magazines, but I would never have walked in a show for Saint Laurent or Dior. I wanted to remain loyal to Mr. Cardin. At what point did you start working with him in his design studio? I stayed with Pierre Cardin as a mannequin for 10 years, but then I knew it was time to stop because I did not want to be known as the old model at Pierre Cardin. I began to work for Mr. Cardin’s director of haute couture, Nicole Alphand, who was the wife of the former French ambassador to the United States. That’s how Jackie Kennedy came to be dressed by us. I learned so much from Madame Alphand. At 30 years old, I became the director of haute couture, and have remained so ever since. Mr. Cardin trusted me. He gave me the opportunity to travel the world. He gave me my chance, and I will always be loyal to him for that.

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retailReport HONEy, I’M HOME! An artful assemblage of pillows, bags, ­baskets, and more at Goop MRKT in Amagansett

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Gwyneth Paltrow is not exactly a stranger to Amagansett, and now her lifestyle brand is popping up on Main Street with Goop MRKT, a style emporium that aims to take care of all your East End essentials. Blair Lawson, Goop’s head merchant, gives us the goods. What’s the concept for the store? The idea was to create a general store that has been reimagined as Goop’s summer residence. It’s located in a 100-year-old cottage at 145 Main Street, and we worked with Charles & Co. design studios to create the experience. It will have a vegetable garden in the back, and a product assortment across all of our categories—fashion, beauty, home, and wellness. If you don’t want to pack for the weekend, you don’t have to. We have hostess gifts, market baskets, flip-flops…we even included organic tampons!

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What’s in store, fashion-wise? We really had a lot of fun with this one—beach dresses, lots of swimwear and cover-ups, some key workout/athleisure items, sunglasses, footwear that’s perfect for the beach or running around town, and even some jewelry. We also wanted to include a really nice offering of “discovery” brands so the client could find something new and original. Printed Borgo de Nor dresses, for example; Rye swimsuits; Cali Dreaming rash guards; By James shoes, which are a feminine, elevated, easy slip-on. We have Maria Tash jewelry,

Tidal flip-flops…it’s a real range, and we want it to feel special and different. What about Goop Label? Absolutely. This will be the first time that we’ve had Goop Label in a store, so it will be exciting for the customer to experience it in real life. The two key items for this pop-up are the Goop Swim Suite, which includes a one-piece that ties, as well as a short-short and a longer skirt with a slit up the side. We also have a beautiful linen caftan and have some great Goop Label basics, like our linen T-shirts, which have been a real hit online, and a couple of

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THINGS OF BEAUTY From beachy caftans to kitchen essentials, the goods at Goop MRKT were entirely handpicked for the Hamptons.

Goop Label Deedee caftan, $395

Atlas Mills salt and pepper grinders, $155

Haws brass mister, $30

Medina Mercantile market backpack, $80

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Goop by Juice Beauty Luminous Melting Cleanser, $90

items that haven’t launched yet. What was the strategy for Goop Label? We launched it in September, and the idea is to create the perfect wardrobe of essentials with a fashion twist. We launch it each month in a capsule that includes between four and six products, and we typically sell out within the month. Once it’s sold, for the most part, it’s gone for good. It’s all made in Italy, and Gwyneth herself works on the design. How has Goop’s e-commerce component grown under your leadership? Our strategy is really to offer a modern lifestyle destination for the categories of beauty, fashion, home, and wellness. In all of those categories, with the exception of home, we have our own branded products as well as a very robust assortment of third-party brands. The way that we are trying to differentiate Goop as a destination for products is to really have an approach for each category that is unlike anything else you can find, either online or in a physical store. In fashion, it’s really about curation and discovery—we’re working with well-known brands that are well-distributed, like Ulla Johnson and Stella McCartney, for example, but we’re handpicking everything very carefully so you never find yourself in a situation where you’re completely overwhelmed by the assortment. When customers come to us, they know that they’re finding something that has been either discovered or very carefully vetted with the Goop stamp of approval. And what about beauty? We’ve positioned ourselves as a destination for nontoxic beauty products, and we’ve worked really hard to build out an assortment that is luxurious

“It’s all about curation and discovery... we’re handpicking everything very carefully so you never find yourself in a situation where you’re completely overwhelmed by the assortment.”

and effective, but free of a pretty long list of ingredients that have been linked to harmful health effects. In home, our approach has been about theme shops as we build out the assortment. We just launched our linen closet theme shop, where we have a great assortment of bedding and linens and home decor. In the spring we launched a gardening shop that had scissors, vases, and gorgeous gloves. How did you end up at Goop? I spent most of my career at LVMH in New York. I started in the watch and jewelry business on the marketing side, and then I spent a long time doing merchandising for the leather goods business. Then I worked for a little while on the digital business for Vuitton in the U.S. Then I moved to L.A. and made the transition to beauty, working for Beautycounter for a few years, doing merchandising and product strategy and product development. There, I developed a real passion for clean beauty. I came on to Goop as head of beauty—I was hired to work on the launch of our Goop by Juice Beauty skin care line, which launched a year ago, and to build out our beauty offerings in terms of product and content on the site. How are you liking life in L.A.? I love L.A.! I’m so happy we made the switch—we actually did it with no jobs; we just moved. We really wanted to find a different quality of life, and it has not failed us. Were you a Hamptons gal when you were living in New York? I was! I spent a fair number of summers in the Hamptons, so I can really picture how this store can serve the weekenders out there. ß


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Selby Drummond’s Hamptons How-To

By day, Selby Drummond is Vogue’s überchic accessories director. But on the weekend, she’s all about winding down. The longtime East Ender shares her local haunts. BY EDDIE ROCHE Photography BY WILLIAM JESS LAIRD What first brought you out East? I grew up coming out East with my mom and sister. We would rent a house in a different area each summer, sometimes with other families, and I feel very lucky that I get to enjoy a lot of the same places and traditions that I did as a kid—beach days, breakfast at the Poxabogue, bike rides, lobster rolls. The only place we never stayed was Montauk, which I love exploring now. What do you love most about the area? The light—the sunsets and sunrises. Even the storms out here are beautiful. What are your favorite ways to spend time here? I decided to start surfing last summer after spending the year before sitting on the beach watching my boyfriend [Steven Dubb]. Now I am completely obsessed. I’m not even any good, but I talk about it as though I’m Anne Marie from Blue Crush. It’s highly annoying to all my friends. I learned with my friend Austin Avery Eckardt, who runs the best surf camp at Ditch—Austin’s Surf Camp. He helped me get over the initial struggle FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

and embarrassment, but it was totally worth it. It kind of makes the whole day magical, and having that time in the water has completely changed my summers. What do you typically wear on the weekends? A lot of bathing suits. I basically just wake up in the morning and put one on. I love Marysia Swim, Morgan Lane, Mikoh, Zimmermann…and then I love finding new resortwear brands like Dôen and La Ligne for cover-ups and dresses. Also, Levi’s cutoffs. And your surfing look? My favorite wetsuits are Matuse. They’re about as comfortable as a wetsuit can get and last forever. They have bikinis too that are perfectly rigged to not come off in the water. I’m very excited because I just worked on designing a board with Matt Parker, who runs Album Surf—it will be matte black and white marble. It’s a little advanced for me, but hopefully it will motivate me to keep improving! What other areas do you venture to? We stop by almost every weekend at Steven’s

pop-up hotel The Latch, which is on the historical Village Latch property in Southampton. They’ve redone a bunch of the rooms and updated it to run as a cooler bed and breakfast that is accessible and affordable. They’ve planned a lot of great programming—every weekend Steven brings in different friends to do activities. This summer they’ll do a juice and fitness day with TroupeFit, and a barbecue with Sam Talbot from Pretty Southern on their incredible lawn. What’s your favorite spot in Montauk? The lighthouse, and climbing down around the cliffs there to find less crowded surf spots. What will the Hamptons look like in 20 years? The Hamptons have changed so much since I was a kid, and I am sure they will continue to change. I hope that as much as possible of the land and nature can be preserved because it truly is one of the most naturally beautiful places I’ve ever been, but I don’t believe too much in holding onto the past and trying to force things to stay the way they were when you first encountered them.


SELBY’S East End ESSENTIALS DINNER DESTINATION “The beach bar at Crow’s Nest—whatever they’re serving is perfect, and I have a crush on Celine Valensi, who runs the show over there. On Friday night, after a long drive out, I love the fried oysters and honey roasted chicken at East Hampton Grill. And I still like to go to Surf Lodge every once in a while to eat outside and remember that youth is fleeting.” Dessert fix “Coconut ice cream from Ralph’s Italian Ices or a mint Oreo milkshake from John’s Drive-In.” Cocktail of choice “Sugar-free Redbull. No alcohol necessary. It’s not cute, but I need it to stay awake past 10 p.m.” Sunscreen “I can’t tell you how long I’ve been waiting for someone to ask me this! I’ve recently become obsessed with finding the best sunscreens because I have very fair and sensitive skin, but I refuse to let that stop me from living my life. I wear Image Skincare all day and then pile on a crazy hybrid of Shiseido Sports BB cream, Shade sunscreen, and tinted zinc before I go out in the water. I basically have a cake on my face, but it’s easy enough to remove with a little makeup remover—a tip I can’t believe I only just learned!” Decor resource “Charlie Whitmore’s nursery. They sell the most insanely realistic silk flowers that I buy and take back to my office in the city. At least once a week someone comes in and tries to sniff them.” Favorite house “Ours! And Gessica and Danny DiMauro’s house in Montauk.”

Ride “I’ve recently earned the privilege of driving Steven’s pickup truck to and from the city. It’s nice because everyone seems to get out of your way when you’re coming up behind them on the highway, which is good for someone at my driving skill level.” Cheese Source “Cavaniola’s Gourmet cheese shop in Amagansett Square, but if I’m being honest, I really go there for the chocolate cake pops.” Culture fix “Boo-Hooray gallery pop-up in Montauk.” Shopping Destinations “Botanica Bazaar, Melet Mercantile, Pilgrim Surf.” Garden envy “My boyfriend just built us a beautiful vegetable garden in our backyard, so I am preparing to be the subject of much envy myself, in fact!” Exercise “I sincerely hope that the hours I spend surfing and ‘helping’ with the gardening and housework are enough because that’s what I tell myself. But if I’m really desperate for a class, I try to do something outside, like Bari at Surf Lodge or a TroupeFit yoga session on the lawn.” Summer read “My dear friends just launched Orson, [orsonandco.com] an app that has an incredible selection of classics that they have basically turned into e-books on steroids—embedded music, video, and historical context and ephemera. I can’t wait to read their version of Among the Hoods by Harriet Sergeant.” ß

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1. Drummond is a regular at Pilgrim Surf in Amagansett 2. A little Saturday afternoon gardening 3. A recommended read 4 & 5. Botanica Bazaar and Melet Mercantile 6. A skin care must: Shiseido Sports BB cream

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good eye In a crowded space of fashion bloggers and digital influencers, Samantha Angelo stands apart. Not only do her sartorial ways and übercool locks make her pure eye candy (just look at her Instagram), but her background as a clarinet player for the Marine Corps (true story!) makes her one of the most fascinating new residents of Sag Harbor, where she built her dream abode. Here’s how she went from esteemed bandmate to the ultimate fashion darling! by SYDNEY SADICK You spent almost a decade of your life as a clarinetist in the Marine Corps. Explain yourself! When I was in middle school, I started playing the clarinet, and right away my father, who’s an amateur trumpet player, told me about the Marine Band. He said it’s a great group, and an amazing way to make a living. I didn’t think about it for many years, but then an audition popped up my last semester of my senior year at Eastman [School of Music]. I decided to go, but I wasn’t expecting anything. I wound up being the last person standing out of 80 people. That’s impressive! Thanks, but I almost walked out after the first round FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

because I wasn’t happy with how I played. I started packing up my clarinet and this guy, who later became a friend, told me I couldn’t leave and had to wait until the next round. So I did, and then I moved on, and it just worked out. How long were you in the band? I won the audition when I was 21 and got out when I was 30. I was there for the tail end of the [George W.] Bush [administration], and then for [Barack] Obama. What were some of your most memorable experiences from life in the band? Performing in two inaugurations, playing several solos with the band on the National Mall, escorting Nancy Pelosi’s husband to the First Ladies’ Luncheon, and

meeting Michelle and Barack Obama during a White House holiday reception. One of my musical highlights was meeting and performing under legendary composer/conductor John Williams at the Kennedy Center. I also had the pleasure of playing with the Washington National Opera on a regular basis. How frequently did you tour? Every year, we would go on a seven-week national tour for the entire month of October and into November. Every day, we would go someplace new. I was on a bus traveling for four to five hours every day, and then we’d check into the hotel, play a concert, go to sleep, wake up, and do it again. Wow. After seeing the majority of the country, are the Hamptons your favorite spot? That experience gives me such an appreciation for this place because I’ve seen so much. To me, Sag Harbor is the quintessentially perfect American town. How are your clarinet skills today? I actually practiced this morning for the first time in about a year. I just got my clarinets back from a repair shop and brought them out here a couple of days ago. I’ve been wanting to practice, and decided this was going to be the day. It’s like riding a bike. It all just

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New York. I was ready to try this. How did you go about it? I officially launched my website, The Eye Travels, in 2012. I wanted to wait until I was discharged from the military because you’re not really allowed to have a personal blog where you’re giving your opinions and sharing your feelings. You have a distinct sense of style, and part of that is your amazing gray hair. Hair was [actually] a major problem in the Marine “In the Corps. When I was there I buzzed my hair really, summer, Fridays were the really short—like a boy cut with a fauxhawk. It was biggest days for us burgundy red. Everyone was like, “What is this?” because of the Friday So I went dirty blonde. You can’t stick out, and night parade that’s what I did for years. The gray started eight or in D.C.” nine months ago. It took some exploring to figure out what was right, and now I just feel like this is me, in hair form. When did you and Peter decide to buy a place in the Hamptons? Immediately after we moved to New York, Peter said, “We have to rent a place for the summer.” At that sam, the marine point, we had never seen the Hamptons. I’ll never forget the first time we went out there. I was like, “I would wake up, get ready, put on my uniform, “What’s the deal? What is this?” The curiosity was practice for two hours, and go to work. That there. You can’t really see everything that’s here; includes playing music and marching. everything is behind hedges. And then we rented the Then, I'd head to muster. That’s the spot where place, and that’s when we fell in love. everyone in the organization met to go through Now you have a beautiful home in Sag Harbor. the schedule for the week. We bought the house last August. The first place that we rented, we fell in love with. We wanted to After that, I'd go home and rest. There was a lot rent again there, but the pipes burst, the place was of physical work involved in the job—and I'd be wearing wool in 105-degree weather. ruined, and we had to find another place to rent. We found this place on the water, and that’s how At 6 p.m., I’d go back to work until 11:30 p.m.—this we found the house that we purchased. By pure is how long the parade would be, and people from chance, two doors down went up for sale. We had all over the country would come. We’d do the Silent to be sure that this was the exact spot that we Drill Platoon, the Commandant Song, etc. It was like a full-on show. Sometimes, the president or a wanted to be living in, and it is. We fell in love with military officer would come!” this place in a particular cove, and that was it. Do you ever just throw on T-shirt and jeans when you’re out here? I do…when I go paddleboarding. That’s my “If I’m not paddleboarding outfit. already in the What else do you like doing on the East End? Hamptons on I just started looking into a surfboard that has a a Friday, I’m driving there.” motor. We also love playing beach paddleball—we’ll get dinner from Bostwick’s Chowder House, drive out on the beach, eat, and then play. Do you ever get the impression that people wonder who you are when you’re out and about in town? Yes. I was shooting in Sag Harbor the other day and three different groups of people came over to me on a quiet Tuesday and were trying to take photos of me. I feel like things are happening and people are noticing me and are trying to strike up a conversation sam, the hamptonite and know more. There was a man who I met while I was shooting who worked in fashion for more than “I wake up in my bed and look at the water and take 20 years. He was like, “You’re wearing Gucci head that in for a moment. Then I go downstairs, make to toe,” and I was like, “Yes! I love that you coffee, and get to work on my computer. know that!” Then, I’ll do a photo shoot around the Hamptons, Will you travel at all this summer? and I'll hit up farm stands and buy a ton of food. We’re going to stay in the Hamptons because we’ve obsessed over this house Next, I’ll go home relatively early to have dinner for so long. We feel like we need to spend some and watch the sunset. I might entertain friends, and time in it. But I’m going to go to Italy in August then we’ll go in the Jacuzzi as the sun is setting. I finish the night by passing out on the couch!” because my father’s never been and his family is from there. My parents might renew their vows when they’re there, too. Do you still keep in touch with your bandmates? Yes, with people who I was close to. What do they think of what you’re doing now? Oh, gosh, [Laughs] I don’t really know! ß

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kind of came back to me really quickly. Are you into politics, since you were so close to that scene? Not really—I distanced myself from it because I was so close to it. I think a lot of other people have their opinions, but I felt like I didn’t want to be too opinionated about it, just to be fair. Why did you decide to leave the Marines? Once I met my husband, Peter, we decided we wanted to leave D.C. and do something else. You guys met in a very 21st-century kind of way. Yes, we met on an app! I heard about OkCupid when I was watching an episode of Nightline, and I was like, “Yes, I want to join that.” He was the first person to message me. We didn’t meet until after about a month of talking, but when we met in person, it was like, “Yes, of course—you’re my person and we need to be together!” So Cupid was in your favor! Exactly. We dated for two years and then got married in July 2011. We moved to New York in March 2012 because Peter’s job allowed him to move to the New York office. At that time, I realized I wanted to go for fashion since I always loved it and wanted to live in

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CHARGINGAhead

COLLECTIVE WISDOM Members of the Platinum Collective include top-level talent across the fields of fashion, beauty, wellness, design, and more.

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EMP Summer House is the hottest place to be in the Hamptons, but good luck scoring a reservation—unless you have an American Express card, that is. The partnership with Eleven Madison Park was developed by Janey Whiteside, the executive vice president and general manager of global charge products, benefits, and services at American Express. Meet the powerhouse who is ensuring that American Express card members are enjoying the best possible experiences—in the dining realm, and far beyond.

Emily Weiss, founder & CEO, Glossier, and founder, Into the Gloss Rebceca Minkoff, founder, Rebecca Minkoff

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Joanna Hillman, style director, Harper’s Bazaar

The masterminds of EMP Summer House: Daniel Humm, Janey Whiteside, and Will Guidara

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Sophia Amoruso, founder & CEO, Girlboss Media, and founder, Nasty Gal Inc.

How long have you been with American Express? Twenty years this year, which really dates me! I grew up and went to school in the U.K. I worked at HSBC right out of college, and then joined American Express in the London office. Since then, I’ve had myriad jobs across almost every business unit—marketing, product development, business development, sales, general management, international business, consumer business, small business, large business, and global travel. Now, I lead the global charge product management and service team. It’s a combination of a little bit of everything I’ve learned put together across my 20 years. What makes the Platinum Card so unique? How do you describe the culture of the card? One of things that makes the card so special is that is has been around for such a long time. It’s 30 years old. It has always been about security, service, access, and experience. Fast-forward to now, the card is about a modern interpretation of those qualities. We have 30 years of staying with our card members, looking at their spends, and being able to grow and move the card in line with those [trends]. It’s a vibrant, fast-growing portfolio, and it’s bigger than it has ever been. We have all this legacy, and we can use that to make sure we’re evolving our product in line with the passions of our card members.


the coAchella concept The first-ever Platinum House at The Parker Palm Springs drew revelers looking to hang out between performances. The spot hosted a performance by Bebe Rexha and SoulCycle classes from Stacey Griffith.

Manish Vora, CEO, Lightbox, and cofounder, The ­Museum of Ice Cream

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SPOTTED! Model and Lavy founder Flaviana Matata.

SNAP HAPPY The Platinum House also hosted a Vanity Fair photo studio.

How do you see those tastes and passions evolving? One of the things we talked a lot about is the rise of desire for experience. Our program has become global, so now we are looking at how we provide access to different sources of experience around the world, creating one global program. We know where our card members are—at Coachella, out in the Hamptons, at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen—so we are popping up Platinum Houses to elevate those experiences for them. I love the new card design. What was the concept? It’s a more modern interpretation of a design classic. It was important to have something that people really wanted to pull out of their wallets. It really came from the desire to represent the modern card member. What’s the story behind the Platinum Collective? As we looked at Platinum, I wanted to make sure we got an outside-in perspective. I thought it was very important to bring together a group of tastemakers and influencers who themselves were brands that were resonating with the next generation of card members, or who were important to brands that would resonate to the next generation of card members. The notion of the collective is that we have about 20 people, all of whom are leaders in their field, and they really help us as we are thinking about how to bring the product to market, what the benefits should be, how we should communicate them, and who we should partner with. They really act as a great sounding board for us, and they will

give us their input and advice, and talk about what they think works and doesn’t work. That helps us from a marketing perspective, and we also create partnerships with them. The Global Dining Collection also falls under your purview. How does that program work? It’s a series of benefits and exclusive experiences for our card members across a range of restaurants around the world. We have exclusive relationships with some of the top chefs in the world—Thomas Keller, Stephanie Izard, Daniel Humm, José Andrés and Massimo Bottura—and with each of them, it’s about creating unique experiences for our card members, whether that is special menus, special

nights, or events with the chefs. You will see more and more chefs start to join the Global Dining Collection. For many of their restaurants, it’s very hard to get a reservation without booking through American Express… Yes, in some cases they are booked out, but we have exclusive table access. That’s a very important part of our partnerships with the chefs we do business with. The program is about making sure our card members get to experience everything they want to experience, and to do so when they want to do it. EMP Summer House is the buzziest restaurant opening in the Hamptons— and reservations are only available to card members. Is this type of reservation access the first of its kind? Yes. When we were developing our partnership with Will [Guidara] and Daniel [Humm], we knew card members would want early access, whether that’s through booking online or through our concierge and relationship managers. This was the way we were able to think about partnering organically with the restaurant and bringing something really unique and special to our card members across the board. We have been extremely pleased with the response so far. What can we expect from the restaurant? It varies—the dining restaurant is more of a white tablecloth approach to fine dining. There will also be an outdoor area where you can expect fun takes on hot dogs, burgers, and great cocktails. It will be more casual and family-oriented. Will there be any tables available for walk-ins? Not in the main restaurant, but you will be able to walk in at the back. American Express has also taken over the Grey Gardens estate for the summer. How did that happen? We were looking for a space where we could put on events for card members. The Grey Gardens house is obviously an icon, and we thought it would be a really perfect place to create special moments. Will we see you out on the East End this summer? You will! I am lucky enough to have a house out in the Hamptons. We’ve been going out there for 12 or 13 years now. We have always been in the Southampton area, and now we have a house in between Southampton and Sag Harbor. To me, that’s the best of both worlds. You’re close enough to all the action, but it’s also really quiet. ß

all about aspen At the Food & Wine Classic, American Express teamed up with Global Dining Collection partner Stephanie Izard to host an iteration of the Platinum House. The four-day experience included tastings from Izard, beauty services from Drybar and Olive & June, a pop-up greenhouse from Gotham Greens, and more. BEAUTY MOMENT! Glossier’s Balm Dotcom Bar was a popular attraction. FANCY A DRINK? Hella Cocktail Co. created custom beverages for the event.


urge to splurge The Daily wonders: What are your most embarrassing expenditures?

“I built a hair salon in my office!”

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—Alison Brod

“My new outdoor shower. Way too expensive!”

“Gucci sneakers. I decided after the fact that I didn’t want anything too extravagant.”

—ANTHONY THOMAS MELILLO

—Ramy Sharp

“my fluffy blonde Persian cat, Tyrion Lannister Creampuff.” “I love to stay in beautiful hotel suites. People always say that you’re hardly in the room, but they’re wrong—you can spend a lot of time there!” —Dennis Basso

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—Grace atwood

“My Olatz silk pajama set, but it was worth every penny.” —danielle nachmanI

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“Jewelry! My boyfriend would say it’s an embarrassing spend, but I think it’s essential.”

“Whenever I’m at Disneyland, I can’t help myself—I have to buy all the gear and entire outfits to walk around in all day.”

—Lais Ribeiro

—Josephine Skriver

“A Versace dog bed, leash, and collars.” —Carmen Electra

“Once, I bought earrings at Dolce & Gabbana at an event in Venice. The price had five zeros in it, but I told myself I could always sell them if I didn’t wear them. I wore them once... and I’ve never found a buyer.”

“Probably sunglasses. When you’re looking through your closet and you see things that still have tags on them, you think, Why did I think I needed that? I’ve never even worn it!” —Sophia Bush

—Lada Kravchenko

“The 55 Euro asparagus at L’ami Louis restaurant in Paris.” —Michelle Smith

“I bought two iPhones in one day. I shattered the first one less than an hour after opening it.”

“My exboyfriend was an embarrassing splurge in general.”

—Jonathan Simkhai

—Joey Zauzig

“Handcarrying an extraordinarily large set of hand-painted bowls and glasses back from Japan this year. Traumatically impractical!” —Rebecca de RavEnel


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YOUR HAMPTONS FIELD GUIDE! How to make sense of the various breeds marking their territory on the East End? Our fearless Flack breaks it all down! ILLUSTRATION BY JULIE HOUTS

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Dearest Hamptonites, With summer officially in full swing, you might be questioning how best to navigate the wildlife out East. Each township is its own unique ecosystem, and I’m delighted to be your bona fide tour guide as we venture deep into the heart of the Hamptons jungle. Grab your binoculars! The Yoga-rific Mom Identifying Characteristics: The gazelle-like beast is most recognizable by her novelty leggings, her chiseled six-pack, and the gigantic iced coffee that is always in her paw. Habitat: Mostly East Hampton, although she herds to Water Mill for a “preferred mat” at Tracy Anderson. Deadliest Predator: The new guy behind the counter at the Golden Pear who accidentally put whole milk in her smoothie. I SAID NO LACTOSE! The Trustafarian Identifying Characteristics: His semi-preppy outfit is hastily assembled, but if you look closely it’s all Ralph Lauren Purple Label. Habitat: The family house on Lily Pond Lane, but he frequently pilots an Escalade to Crow’s Nest. Mating Call: “I’m having a pool party back at my place, and I have central AC.” The Power Couple Identifying Characteristics: She’s a fashion editrix; he’s a hedge-fund guy. You recognize them from the party pages in Vogue. She looks like she stepped out of the pages of the Zimmermann look book and, TBH, you don’t even notice the male counterpart because he’s fielding calls in the Rover as she runs in to grab coffees at Jack’s. Habitat: Any neighborhood you’ll never be able to afford. Deadliest Predator: These two sit at the top of the food chain. They’re only brought down by existential crises and extramarital dalliances. The Eternal Frat Guy Identifying Characteristics: Rainbow sandals, ancient seersucker, flabby gut. Habitat: Cruising the strip in Southampton in someone’s father’s Rover, brunching at Le Bilboquet with last night’s conquest, playing flip cup at a rundown property that’s miles from the beach. Mating Call: “My boys and I are heading to the Sloppy Tuna later. You should cruise by.” The Best Gay Identifying Characteristics: An impeccably pressed polo shirt, artfully rolled cuffs, Gucci loafers. His body hair and English garden are equally manicured. Deadliest Predator: The clumsy waiter who spilled mustard on his white shirt, screaming children, and women over age 50 in halter tops. Honey, it’s not 1988! That’s all the time we have for this particular safari, but please stay tuned for other excursions!

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The Hamptons v. Fire Island How do the gay scenes in these beloved beach destinations stack up? BY EDDIE ROCHE

The Hamptons Fashion regulars

Dennis Basso, Peter Som, Luis Fernandez

fire island Fashion regulars Dsquared2’s Dean and Dan Caten, Chad White

Celebrity sightings

Celebrity sightings

Entertaining guru Martha Stewart

cringeworthy Reality Show

Bravo’s Summer House

Porn guru Michael Lucas

cringeworthy Reality Show

Logo’s Fire Island (okay, so it’s a little like that)

Friday night game plan

Boys’ night at Almond— no cover, shirts and shoes required, and an endless line at the bar. Tip: Bring a flask!

Annual Invasions Those Montauk-bound drunks on the LIRR

Peak Period of Calvin Klein The Gruber days

Serious Hazards

Navigating the back roads after that third (cough, cough) glass of Whispering Angel

Annual Invasions

Invasion of the Pines, when hundreds of drag queens sail in from Cherry Grove over July 4 weekend.

Peak Period of Calvin Klein 1977

Serious Hazards

Falling off the boardwalk after too many shots. Ouch!

Saturday night go-to

Saturday night go-to

Nick and Tony

Nick & Toni’s

suit style

Something imported

Local Superstar Gaga in Montauk

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suit style

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Local Superstar Björk at high tea

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AMAGANSETT OCEANFRONT WITH VIEWS OF THE BAY Amazing beachfront home for sale on one of the prettiest lots in all of the Hamptons. Sitting high on a dune just east of Amagansett, there are views of both the ocean and Napeague Bay and over 250’ of ocean footage. Architect Robert Smith of Hollenbeck & Smith incorporated all the amenities for this chic beach home: 6 bedroom suites, a media room, 7 full baths, one powder room, lovely entertaining spaces, a kitchen overlooking the ocean and a bar area adjacent to the living room. Covered porches overlook water views and heated gunite pool. Walkway to the ocean beach runs straight from the house. Reduced. $10.55M WEB# 3417465

Tracey and Bonita have both traveled many places in the world, but call the Hamptons their home. With over 40 years combined experience in real estate, let us help you find your happy place here at the beach and share our love of the area. Experienced in all aspects of buying, selling and renting properties both residential and commercial.

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modern masterpiece 216 Cranberry Hole Rd., Amagansett, $3,800,000

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Before building a life out on the East End, Corcoran agent Deirdre Jowers was walking the runways of Azzedine Alaïa, posing for top fashion glossies, and traveling the world. Meet the model! BY KRISTEN HEINZINGER PHOTOGRAPHY BY HELEN ERIKSSON

Deirdre, how did you get into modeling? I was discovered when I was 16 by Seventeen. After 11th grade, I went to Europe to do the collections, magazine work, and campaigns. I moved back to New York in the early ’80s and continued to work into my late twenties. I married an Englishman and moved to London for four years, and had my youngest son there—my boys are now 24, 22, and 20. Who discovered you? Andrea Quinn Robinson. She called John Casablancas at Elite, and he asked my mother if he could bring me to Rome for the collections for Italian Bazaar. I was one of seven, so she was probably quite happy to lose one. [Laughs] Was fashion part of your life, growing up? No, it was a pretty normal, middle-of-the-road upbringing. In hindsight, it gave us an incredibly strong work ethic. We knew what was expected of us and screwing up wasn’t an option. What’s your sense of style? It’s tomboy chic. My favorite thing to do is go to LVIS, a secondhand store in East Hampton. If you wear things the right way, people think you paid a million for it. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

HAUTE LISTINGS 152 Middle Line Hwy., ­Southampton North, $2,895,000 boasts 5.5 bathrooms, a billiards room, and a wine-­tasting room (bottom row); 216 Cranberry Hole Rd., Amagansett, recently sold, has a private pool and an open eat-in-kitchen (top right)


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“I WAS DISCOVERED WHEN I WAS 16 BY SEVENTEEN... I DID A LOT OF CAMPAIGNS FOR GIORGIO ARMANI AND I WORKED A LOT WITH PETER LINDBERGH, TOO.”

The life and times of Deirdre @Deirdre_Maguire_Jowers

What are some highlights from your modeling days? One of the biggest was my contract with L’Oréal. I did all the campaigns and TV commercials for Freestyle Mousse…I’m really dating myself. [Laughs] I did a lot of campaigns for Giorgio Armani and I worked a lot with Peter Lindbergh, too. Which models were you working with? Yasmin Le Bon, Cindy Crawford, Iman. It was that era. Is modeling still a part of your world? I’m in touch with a couple of girls, like Corcoran agent Felicitas Kohl, who I knew in Paris, and a few photographers and makeup artists. I’ve known Marilyn Clark at Sotheby’s since I was 17, when we were both models. But it’s not part of the world I’m in now. I don’t have tons of pictures of myself hanging around. I’m not a glamour person, let’s put it that way. [Laughs] What’s your favorite memory of that time? I did a funny shoot with Bert Stern, Kelly Emberg, Andie MacDowell, and Julie Wolfe for a book cover about how to become a model. And the Alaïa shows in Paris were always fun! Where were you traveling for work? Some of my favorite trips were to Ouarzazate, Morocco; Kenya; Jamaica; and Itaparica, Brazil. It was the day of the Concord, and I had a Yorkshire terrier who I traveled with. We sat next to Arnold Schwarzenegger, [the Rolling Stones’] Charlie Watts, people like that. There were months when I lived out of a suitcase, and I just loved it.

How did you meet your husband? How much time do you have? [Laughs] I was the maid of honor for one of my bookers from Elite Models whose wedding was in New Orleans. Her husband was from London and his brother, my nowhusband, was the best man. I had a boyfriend; he had a girlfriend; three years later we were married. It’s been 27 years. It was a little more complicated than that, but I won’t give you all the dirty details! [Laughs] When did you segue into real estate? Before real estate, I was toying with the idea of being a midwife. I was always into general wellness. I read a book about the Bradley method, which is kind of the anti-Lamaze. I became a certified instructor and taught natural-childbirth classes. For a while, I worked the hospital night shift, but it became too much with little kids. But I’ve always enjoyed purchasing houses. I have a good sense of how to buy a bad house in a good neighborhood and fix it up. What sets you apart in terms of the homeshopping experience? I’ve gotten loyalty from my clients because I’ve shown them real loyalty. Whether they’re looking for a $6 million or a $600,000 house, I treat every client the same. I’m honest and wear my heart on my sleeve. I like what I do, and I think that’s why people come back to me, whether a week later, a year later, or many years later. What are some of your other interests? I love going to local farmers’ markets, swimming in the ocean, and paddleboarding. My biggest joy is cooking, and I’ve even toyed with the idea of writing a cookbook. Are there any summer dishes that you’re famous for? We eat a lot of vegetarian, and I like to cook traditional English and Indian food. I do a really good goat-cheese tomato tart with tomatoes from my garden. I grow my own strawberries, and I make strawberry ice creams and jams. I love making my own sauces, like pesto with homegrown basil. How are you spending the summer? I like to hang out with friends at the Surf Lodge, and I love to pop out and see Nancy Atlas. I’m a member of Guild Hall. One of my favorite events is the American Ballet Theater performance, which is on my birthday this year! ß FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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GREAT ADVENTURE When Cristina Matos isn’t helping Hamptons lovers find their dream homes, she can be found enjoying the local beaches, immersing herself in cultures around the globe, or visiting her family in Portugal. This Corcoran agent’s passport is running out of pages! BY KRISTEN HEINZINGER PHOTOGRAPHY BY HELEN ERIKSSON What’s your background? I’m from Portugal, and I speak Spanish, some French, and Portuguese. I started my career in New York City at a Portuguese bank. When they closed, I moved to the Hamptons. It was a better place to raise my daughters. I first visited in the ’80s, and I’d stay with a friend. I moved out here permanently 15 years ago, and now we live in Southampton. What drew you to real estate? When I left the city, I knew I was going to leave banking. In the Hamptons, I was surrounded by real estate opportunities. Back then, you would purchase a property and equity was already built in. And I love architecture and meeting new people constantly—I’m a people person. I started doing real estate part-time, and did very well in the first six months, so I said, “I can do this!” [Laughs] How often do you visit Portugal? About once a year, but I travel a lot. My most recent trip was to Beijing and Shanghai. I travel all over the place. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

What’s on your travel bucket list? Russia and Australia. I love the beach, which is why I love the Hamptons. What’s your favorite beach? It’s in Lisbon. There are no lifeguards, and the beaches are small and private, in between cliffs. It’s just paradise. In the Hamptons, I love Fowler Beach and Towd Point. There’s nothing better than starting the day there and ending with a sunset. Where else will we find you in your off time? Cooking, traveling, riding my bike, listening to music, and reading. One of my favorite books of all time is The Alchemist. But usually I’m walking on the beach, listening to my music. What kind of a traveler are you? I’m easygoing, and I like to pack in 15 minutes. The day that I have to go to the airport is the day I pack. No big deal! If I go to a new location, I do like to explore. What’s one of your more adventurous vacations? Brazil and also China, but that was partly for work, as I attended a seminar. I ended up meeting new people from London at the airport, and that was pretty fun! What’s family life like? My older daughter is a photojournalist, and she lives in San Francisco. She travels all over the world, and sometimes we meet up. In April, we met in Lisbon, and six months before that we met in Brazil. My younger is 14 and is starting high school this year. My older daughter speaks four languages and my younger speaks two. We’re all very international.


TRAVEL DIARY Matos spends any off time jet-setting around the globe. Some of her most recent jaunts? Morocco, Brazil, Shanghai, and Beijing.

ON THE MARKET 54 Lee Ave., S ­ outhampton, $4,995,000. This 5,000-square-foot traditional home by Georgica Builders sits south of the highway. Inside, find a bright foyer, five sun-filled bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, an open living room with two fireplaces and floor-toceiling stone, and a gourmet eat-in kitchen. Outside, in addition to 0.7 acres of manicured landscape, is a heated gunite pool and a pool house, plus a large driveway. Let the bids begin!

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“EVERY TIME I TRAVEL, EVEN IF IT’S JUST TO CATCH A CONNECTING FLIGHT, I TRY TO STAY A FEW DAYS IN EACH CITY TO LEARN ABOUT THE CULTURE.” You’re involved in the Parrish Art Museum— what’s your creative side like? This is a busy business, so there are periods where I don’t fulfill my creative side. Every chance I get, I expose myself to culture, whether it’s a museum or a show. Every time I travel, even if it’s just to catch a connecting flight, I try to stay a few days in each city to learn about the culture. I went home to Lisbon to see my family, but I stopped for a few days in

Morocco to see my daughter. Every time we go to Portugal to visit family, we stop in a different city. I’ve always exposed my children to the world, showing them different lifestyles. What did you do while you were in China? I had a friend meet me there. She’s from there and showed me around. It was absolutely stunning. I went birding in Shanghai and stayed at my friend’s house, which was restored from ancient China. That was an amazing experience. What’s one of the most unique dishes you’ve tried? It was certainly in China. I can’t say exactly what it was, but you don’t question what you are served—you just eat it! You want the hostess to think highly of you. What’s one of your favorite cities in the world? I love all of them, but I absolutely love Lisbon. Athens is great and, of course, Paris. Can you give us your travel short list? Brussels, France, Spain, Morocco, China, Brazil, London, Italy. There’s more of the world out there, waiting for me, but I’ve been very lucky. How do your travels influence your job? Because I have such a European background and like to travel, I take the opportunity to continue to meet new people and build new relationships. Developing connections internationally only helps in real estate, helping to understand any kind of buyer and their culture. The more that I understand people, and different cultures and traditions, the better I can adjust to any client. I know how to really listen, and I have fun with it! That’s the most important thing. ß FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M


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born and bred Dawn Brennan Hagen’s family has called the Hamptons home for four generations. It’s safe to say East End living is in her blood, so who better to give a lay of the land? BY KRISTEN HEINZINGER PHOTOGRAPHY BY HELEN ERIKSSON You’re a fourth-generation Hamptonite. Fill us in! My great-grandfather was an Irish potato farmer in Bridgehampton. I grew up here, and went to school to become an art teacher. I taught at the Little Red School House in Sagaponack. In 1995, I got my real estate license. My cousin owns a real estate firm and suggested that I should get into it. My grandfather owned a lot of oceanfront and waterfront property, so I understand the laws of wetlands and conservation and permits. What’s your family legacy? We’ve established conservation and reserve areas for farming. The Polish farmers used to tell my greatgrandfather that he was a silly Irishman and that he FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

couldn’t grow potatoes in sand and mud. He owned about 50 percent of the property south of the highway in Bridgehampton, and he kept purchasing new tracts of land after each big potato sale. They were considered mudholes—all of Pointe Mecox and West Mecox. Those mudholes are now prime real estate. How has your family history influenced your real estate gig? I always talk about who used to own the land or what it used to be. We have to disclose everything we know about a property, and I know a lot. It’s a blessing and a curse—sometimes I’ll lose a sale, like if I know that farming chemicals were dumped there. There’s a little piece of history that comes with the land. You’re an equestrian—when did you start riding? When I was 6. My grandfather Ambrose had horses and my sister and I were always riding at his house. I showed extensively, and was fourth in the nation in the Professional Horsemen’s Association. I also showed at the National Horse Show. My mom was a founding member of the Hampton Classic Horse Show. I still ride and compete today. What was your first horse? A pinto named Dolly. You could ride her Western or English; you could jump her; she used to pull a sleigh and a wagon; you could take her swimming. Those horses don’t exist anymore!

ON THE MARKET (From top) 113 Brennans Moor, Water Mill (rental rates upon request); 11 Norris Lane, Bridgehampton, $3,200,000

Do you have any horses today? I have a 17-hand brown Dutch warmblood gelding named Bacchus, after the god of wine. He’s gorgeous, and he’ll be competing at the Hampton Classic this year. What’s one of the best equestrian properties that you’ve listed? It’s in Bridgehampton North near Long Pond, and it’s currently owned by Madonna. It has a beautiful custom barn and indoor ring. She has a private trainer at her barn and a handful of her own horses. You were an art teacher—do you ever flex that creative muscle? I still do some artwork. I love watercolor and oil. A few years ago my children entered me into an art show to get me back into painting. It’s an asset with real estate because I can imagine what something might look like if you renovate. What’s your involvement in the art scene? My mother and I started an event called Art in the Garden, which we ran for 20 years. Local artists offered their work at wholesale to raise money for a church. Today, my favorite is Art Hamptons. Any favorite local artists? Robert Dash, though he did mostly lithographs and monographs. He was able to capture the light that so many artists come here for. How else are you spending your time these days? I try to spend it working or riding. My oldest son and my daughter are joining my team. Finally, everyone has returned home! People say, “I can’t believe you never left your hometown.” But it has art, culture, education, and the ocean, and it’s a quick drive to Manhattan. You don’t get that any other place. ß

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HORSE PLAY Dawn Brennan Hagen as a child with her horse, Dolly (left), and today, with her gelding named Bacchus (above).


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Nancy’s background in the fashion industry well prepared her for her present career. During her 14 years in the Hamptons real estate business, Nancy has been one of the top-producing brokers in the area, representing sellers, buyers and renters throughout the East End.

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854-9933 | NMizrahi@Saunders.com

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