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First Light Power Publicist Shawn SachS finds quiet contemPlation in caPturing the hamPtons sunrise and sunset.

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with great images. I get up early and head to the beach, and around dinner, I venture off to capture the sunset. I mostly like shooting nature. “In Sag Harbor, I enjoy being on the bay. Wandering along the water and in parks, you never know what you will find.

The ocean is amazing to shoot; there is something different with each photograph. “My grandfather worked in photography for over 40 years. I have found that what I’m interested in shooting constantly evolves. It’s such a release. Things move fast in my line

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contents Fourth oF JuLY 2016

36 // Living the Life 76 // Letter from the editor-in-Chief 78 // Letter from the PubLisher 80 // Without Whom this issue WouLd not have been PossibLe 84 // the List 99 // invited 385 // the guide

Scene 133 // WiLd Kingdom Actress Brooke Shields curates a special exhibit for Art Southampton between two new movie projects.

136 // Let the good times roLL With four new Southampton hospitality hot spots, 75 Main restaurateur Zach Erdem is earning his reputation as the village’s unofficial mayor.

Montauk native Shawn Christman turns a Kickstarter campaign into the successful Sea Bean food truck and catering service.

140 // noveL aPProaCh

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Designer Joseph Altuzarra and Vanessa Traina of The Line team up to offer high design to shoppers in Amagansett.

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Actress and author Jenny Mollen shocks again in her follow-up collection of hilarious essays, Live Fast Die Hot.

146 // big WorKs, smaLL sCaLe Local galleries and artists converge at this year’s hotly anticipated Market Art + Design.

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138 // high sea


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136

75 Main’s Zach Erdem has expanded his Southampton empire with four new hospitality venues.

150 // Sound of MuSic

178 // coMfort taBLE

Shelter Island’s popular Ram’s Head Inn introduces the music lounge Harbor Hall as part of its summer refresh for 2016.

Fresco by Scotto’s Rosanna Scotto reveals her favorite East End morsels, from Wölffer rosé to lunch at Sant Ambroeus.

154 // Starry Knight

180 // rEady to rSVp

Enjoy a healthy breakfast and wellness programming at Surf Lodge, courtesy of model-turned-fitness guru Alix Knight.

Mark your calendar and reserve your table: A preview of all of the summer’s upcoming charity fundraisers and galas in the Hamptons.

156 // EaSy StrEEt

160 // in thE dEEp End See how artists capture the interaction between the human form and water in a new exhibition curated by Eric Fischl and David Kratz at Southampton Arts Center.

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The relaxed, beachy, West Coast vibe of Jenni Kayne comes East.

164 // SoMEthing to taLK aBout Clifford Ross, Shirin Nesbit, and Paul Goldberg gather to talk art and architecture as part of Guild Hall’s “Artist Dialogue” series.

166 // BESt of Brunch From sweet to savory, these Hamptons eateries make the most of your weekend morning meal.

170 // SwipE, up, and away! A haute new app is putting private jet charters and concierge services in the palm of your hand.

176 // ticKLEd pinK Millennials and their #RoseAllDay movement are helping to drive the demand for this enticing summer sip.

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Style 197 // aBoVE thE LinE Vanessa Traina’s new East End boutique introduces designer Joseph Altuzarra’s collection to Amagansett.

200 // EaSt End gEtaway Complement the ultimate Hamptons ensemble with accessories as chic as your favorite village.

204 // on thE MonEy Fans of ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo’s line of relaxed basics can now shop his East Hampton pop-up, featuring several East End exclusives.

210 // roMancing thE StonES Tiina the Store adds UK-based jewelry designer Pippa Small’s boho-chic diamond pieces to its collection.

212 // on thE road A number of luxe fashion and accessories brands are abandoning the brick-and-mortar for a stylish mobile boutique.

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Hamptons-fresh ingredients, Pop art, and an urban ambience converge at the new Water Mill restaurant The Greenwich.


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Soludos is just one of several luxury brands introducing mobile boutiques to the Hamptons this summer.

216 // White hot

230 // Worldly & White hot

Lighten up your summer wardrobe with striking pieces in bright whites.

Jeweler Stella Flame unveils her Istanbul-inspired pieces at a shopping benefit for the Southampton Animal Shelter.

218 // in the KnoW From the swimwear shops that stock her jewelry collection to the funky fashion boutiques, Nicole Schumann loves shopping the Hamptons.

232 // Made in the shades Shock and awe in contrasting (and unconventional!) color palettes for lips and nails.

220 // Means to an end

234 // FloWer poWer

Lands’ End revives its classic Canvas collection, now updated for a younger, more sophisticated audience.

Stacy and Greg Ammon’s new East Hampton boutique, Big Flower, is a cozy place to shop their collection of summer basics.

226 // shop’s Up!

236 // splendor in the Bottle

Designer Jenni Kayne brings her curated collection of coastal-cool fashions and accessories to a new Southampton pop-up.

Natalie Woods’s daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner honors her late mother with a captivating fragrance available at White’s Apothecary.

228 // style on the Move Alix of Bohemia and Joey Wölffer’s Styleliner team up for a limitededition line of day dresses and short-and-top ensembles.

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238 // GoinG Up Net-a-Porter and Blade team up to bring same-day fashion deliveries to the Hamptons.

234

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Features 272 // Rolling in the Deep Actress Blake Lively goes one-on-one with a great white shark in the summer blockbuster The Shallows, then kicks up her heels in the Jazz Age in Woody Allen’s Café Society.

276 // FiRe AwAy! The elite chefs who spend their summers in the Hamptons step away from the kitchen to share their favorite tips and techniques for grilling alfresco.

288 // MAiDstone Milestone

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Relaxed summer style can also be chic, streamlined, and high-fashion. Gown, Valentino ($29,000). Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 350-1100; saks.com. Deanna bikini top ($195) and bottoms (price on request), Orelbar Brown. 55 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-5656; orlebarbrown.com

As the storied East Hampton private club celebrates its 125th anniversary this year, we take a look back at its legacy, its influential members, and the rumors that have teased our imagination for generations.

292 // AMeRicAn iDyll Sweeping silhouettes, billowy shapes, unrestrained stripes, and youthful florals capture the spirit of summer 2016.

302 // BehinD the BReweRies Already a destination for discerning foodies, the Hamptons is becoming a hub for craft beer, as local artisans are making national waves with ales created with Long Island ingredients.

308 // huMAne instincts

space 319 // coMFoRt Zone Fashion editor-turned-landscape designer Martha Baker captures Shelter Island’s old-world charm in her home.

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As commerce becomes increasingly cutthroat and profitability is championed at any cost, is there room in the economic equation for kindness, conscience, and humane values? Many business leaders are putting their hands on their hearts and saying yes.


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contents 322 // Call of the Wild Add some exotic elegance to your tabletop with Hermès’s new Carnets d’Équateuer line of porcelain tableware.

324 // luxe linens

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From steak and burgers to gardenfresh vegetables, grilling gets an epicurean upgrade from noteworthy chefs who summer in the Hamptons.

8knots founder Marcia Bayard reimagines the towels found in Turkish hammams as the ultimate beach bag necessity.

326 // Greener aCres Renovated farmhouses can still be found at affordable prices in Amagansett, says Douglas Elliman broker Matthew Breitenbach.

332 // in residenCe Jayson Home opens a summer popup on Madison Street in Sag Harbor.

334 // home run Douglas Elliman cofounder Dottie Herman is honored as one of America’s great real estate success stories.

336 // stems from Within Learn the intricate art of botanical illustration during a three-day workshop with East Hampton-based artist Karen Kluglein.

338 // in Bloom From a grove of fruit trees to a soon-to-be-planted vegetable patch, Bernard Schwartz’s Southampton garden is a collection of quiet moments.

340 // all the Way From mega-estates to fun on the water, Corcoran broker Gary DePersia knows how to live large in the Hamptons.

342 // en Plein air

348 // Battle of the Build A panel of East End real estate experts discusses the evolution of spec homes and how they’re affecting the local landscape.

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Capture Caribbean colors in these beach-chic plates featuring antique-shop patterns.

In a former fashion editor’s cozy Shelter Island hideaway is a collection of nautical treasures and throwback items.

356 // LivabLe Luxe The East Hampton home that designer Nicole Fuller curated for a fashion-forward Tribeca couple is both sophisticated and serene.

Self 367 // When the StarS aLign Padma Borrego takes massage therapy to another level with her alignment treatments.

368 // Cut the Cord Local experts offer guidance for unplugging from your devices and discovering greater mental clarity and wellness in the Hamptons.

374 // in SynC & SWiM SUP with you? Try some new classes with the Paddle Diva, hit SLT’s newest studio, and stock up on cool fitness gear to make this your most svelte summer yet!

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Celebrating the Memorial Day kickoff of Hamptons magazine in Sagaponack with Michelle Bergeron, Paul Cavaco, and Cayli Cavaco Reck. 

This July 4 weekend, we celebrate high-octane activity in the Hamptons; it’s celebrityfilled and full of über-luxe action. Brooke Shields curates her first exhibit at Art Southampton; West Coasters Jenni Kayne and Vanessa Traina give us an exclusive look at their pop-up shops; Eric Fischl curates a show at the Southampton Arts Center; Clifford Ross hosts a talk at Guild Hall; and Scott Conant, Alex Guarnaschelli, George Hirsch, Katie Lee, Marc Murphy, and Joseph Realmuto show us how they create a perfect weekend barbecue—an essential Fourth of July staple.  Without a doubt, we prove once again that rosé is a summer sipping staple, but so too is craft beer. From the often Instagrammed cans of Montauk Brewing Company ale to the bespoke small-batch

beers at Shelter Island Craft Brewery, we take you on a local tour of what’s on tap. There’s so much to savor in this issue—more than 400 pages! From where to book the best Sunday brunches to a deep dive into the pop-up retail madness and all of those adorably chic Airstreams and fashion trucks you’ve been spotting around town—the Fendi one is to die for!—Hamptons magazine is here, there, and everywhere giving you the scoop! High season is in high gear and the philanthropic party scene is in full force. Flip to page 180 for a guide to where to be seen from this weekend through Labor Day. And, far from finally, there’s our cover star, Blake Lively, who stuns us this summer in her blockbuster film The Shallows.    Be well, dress well,

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It was great fun participating in Hamptons Wellness Week at Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa with Exhale Spa’s Elisabeth Halfpapp, cofounder of Wellthily Suzie Baleson, and cofounder of Hamptons Wellness Week Anastasia Gavalas.

The upcoming Fourth of July weekend always delineates the beginning of the high season of summer, and this year is no exception! With the privets in bloom and that glorious scent in the air, the farmstands bursting with local produce, and the beaches lined with colorful umbrellas, summer is “officially” here. In this issue, we celebrate its arrival with vigor, excitement, and wonder. For you, the Fourth of July weekend may mean enjoying fireworks and barbecues, bonfires on the beach, or lounging around outside, sitting at the pool, or taking long bike rides around the scenic farms and fields. It may mean boating on the bay and dropping your lure in for some fluke fishing or preparing vegetables from the garden and fresh dressings with fragrant herbs. Most of all, this holiday should be spent celebrating our country. We enjoy our freedom and we acknowledge the birth of this country with fireworks—and no

fireworks are more beautiful than those we see at the Southampton Fresh Air Home American Picnic, taking place Friday, July 1, on Meadow Lane. Please join me there as we help SFAH give enjoyment to young people with disabilities who wouldn’t normally have an opportunity to be campers. As we go into weekly publishing mode, you will see us every Thursday and Friday morning on the steps of your favorite shop, café, or breakfast stop, as well as on your own stoop. You can always find us online at Hamptons-Magazine.com and follow us on social media. Happy holidays, enjoy the freedom of your time here in the Hamptons, and I’ll see you in town.

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from far left: With Corcoran’s Susan Breitenbach at our real estate roundtable discussion featured in this issue; in Bridgehampton with Milly’s Michelle Smith, Editor-in-Chief Samantha Yanks, SoulCycle’s Stacey Griffith, and London Jewelers’ Randi and Candy Udell; we are so excited to have the beautiful Heidi Klum grace our cover once again in an upcoming issue.


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After spending nearly a decade as a CNN correspondent, Alina Cho is now an editor-atlarge at Ballantine Bantam Dell, where she curates, coedits, and cowrites books on style and fashion. For this issue of Hamptons, Cho spoke with designer Joseph Altuzarra about his collaboration with The Line in Amagansett.

The author of New York Apartments: Private Views and New York Parties: Private Views, Jamee Gregory has worked for Viking Press and Town & Country and is the former director of special events for Sotheby’s. An avid gardener herself, Gregory explores one of Southampton’s most beautiful gardens for her article “In Bloom.”

How would you describe your personal style? Definitely more relaxed at the beach. I’m usually in my Eres or Marysia swimsuit, a cover-up, and flip-flops. At night, I love a simple shirtdress, like the Lisa Marie Fernandez blue-and-white gingham dress I bought this spring. What are your ingredients for a perfect Hamptons summer? Good friends, good food, good wine, and many, many hours at the beach.

What are the keys to an amazing Hamptons party? Always invite a great mixture of people and at least one gorgeous girl that nobody knows. Next comes delicious food, lots of Champagne, and beautiful flowers. What inspires you in the Hamptons? I’ve never seen a more beautiful area than the Hamptons. The magical light has drawn artists here for decades. The sunsets are particularly striking. Pink skies, white sand, sparkling blue water, and the remaining green farmlands create a unique environment.

Costas Picadas has been capturing images of unique homes around the world for 30 years. Originally from Greece, he studied with famed French photographer Sarah Moon at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris before moving to New York City. Picadas’s photos have been published in 160 international magazines and books. For this issue, he photographed garden designer Martha Baker’s Shelter Island beach retreat.

Stephanie Murg has written for Wallpaper*, Art + Auction, Flash Art, and Smithsonian, among other publications. A Harvard graduate, she has lectured on design history and visual culture at New York’s School of Visual Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. In this issue, she reports on the Market Art + Design fair and the new Eric Fischl–curated exhibit “Water | Bodies.”

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How did you find Martha Baker’s home? Last summer I visited a dear friend who just renovated a house on Shelter Island. We were on a bicycle tour and I saw a small private road by the beach. We stopped to take a look at the property, and it took my breath away. What were you hoping to capture when you photographed it? The serenity of the small but dreamy landscape.

How would you describe the Hamptons art scene? Unparalleled. With its extraordinary light, the East End is exceptionally well suited to both the making and the enjoyment of art. That the region is a magnet for both artists and collectors makes it a unique and exciting scene. What’s on your summer reading list? I just finished Simon de Pury’s rollicking new memoir, The Auctioneer. It’s full of fascinating and exuberantly told art-world stories, including de Pury’s tale of having his portrait painted by Eric Fischl.

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A freelance writer based in Sag Harbor, Emily J. Weitz has published work in The New York Times and on The Daily Beast. In this issue, she gives us an inside look at the Hamptons’ most celebrated and exclusive club, the Maidstone Club, which marks its 125th anniversary this year.

Photographer Zev Starr-Tambor has photographed some of the world’s most noteworthy individuals, including Michelle Obama, Gisele Bündchen, and Ralph Lauren. See his work with Aussie beach beauty Alex Knight in “Starry Knight.”

Was there anything that surprised you as you wrote the Maidstone piece? After a lifetime of hearing about the exclusivity of the Maidstone Club, I was amazed at how welcome I was made to feel when I went there. I was even invited back as a guest this summer! What do you love about July 4 in the Hamptons? To me, the two are inextricably bound. July 4 is a celebration of freedom, and nothing makes me feel freer than the ocean. Add to that the joyful energy that is palpable in the air, and there’s no place I’d rather be.

What did you enjoy most about your shoot with model Alex Knight? Alex has an outgoing, positive vibe fueled by her healthy lifestyle, her training, and her effortless smile. What I loved the most about our shoot was her vibrant aura, which can never be captured on film—but I tried! How do you plan to spend July 4? Chances are you’ll find me and my friends heading by bicycle to Atlantic Avenue Beach for a Hamptons Chutney picnic, a swim, and a sand bar surf, followed by a beach bonfire and a growing group of lifeguards, locals, and friends to watch the sun go down and see the fireworks.


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Chryso D’Angelo is a New York-based writer who has covered everything from world news to backstage beauty at New York Fashion Week. In this issue of Hamptons, she shows us the best places to unplug and unwind out East.

Caroline Tell is a writer and editorial consultant specializing in fashion and lifestyle. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Travel + Leisure, and other publications. In this issue of Hamptons, Tell visits the newly renovated Ram’s Head Inn on Shelter Island.

What was your biggest takeaway from writing “Cut the Cord”? Learn how to unplug from kids. Often I bring my 5- and 2-year-old kids to the nature preserve. They find so much joy in spotting bugs, ducks, chipmunks; they notice the way the wind creates ripples in the water. They soak in their environment and fully live in the moment. Devices are things adults give them. They really don’t need them; they are truly free.

What’s the best thing about summer in the Hamptons? I love the laid-back vibe, I love being outside from morning ’til bedtime, and I love celebrating summer with friends. How would you describe the renovation at Ram’s Head Inn? To me, the inn feels one-part Hamptons, onepart New England. It’s so quiet and peaceful, and Ram’s Head really captures its setting perfectly.

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Summer got off to a lively start with a whirlwind of stylish, noteworthy events. In Bridgehampton, Jenni Kayne hosted a dinner with Hilary Rhoda and Leilani Bishop. Donna Karan celebrated the opening of her pop-up boutique, Urban Zen. At the inaugural Hamptons Contemporary Home Design + Décor Show, Hamptonites mingled with interior design luminaries such as Jonathan Adler, Alexa Hampton, and Celerie Kemble. Meanwhile, the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation and Southampton Fresh Air Home hosted their annual summer fêtes.

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Athletes and Hamptons regulars gathered at Friar’s Head for the Ann Liguori Foundation Charity Golf Classic. The 18th annual daylong charity outing benefits numerous organizations that work in the field of cancer prevention and research, including the American Cancer Society and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Guests including Gene Michael and Jane Hanson enjoyed a picture-perfect day of golf on the breathtaking course overlooking the Long Island Sound. Maui Jim sunglasses, Platinum Maintenance, and TaylorMade-Adidas sponsored the sold-out tournament. Winners went home with prizes provided by Biion golf shoes, COOLA Suncare, Maui Jim sunglasses, RMS golf gloves, and VK Sport.

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DONNA KARAN CELEBRATES HER URBAN ZEN POPUP A fashionable group assembled to celebrate the opening of Donna Karan’s Urban Zen pop-up boutique in Manhasset. Based on the designer’s philosophy of living, Urban Zen offers a unique collection of luxurious apparel and accessories from around the world. Karan signed copies of her memoir, My Journey. John and Fran Gutleber, Jim Smiros, Frank and Rita Castagna, Anne Bratskeir, and Vyna St. Phard were among the guests who shopped and viewed portraits by photographer Elizabeth Jordan.

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HAMILTON RUSSELL WINE DINNER AT BARON’S COVE Anthony and Olive Hamilton Russell hosted the dinner of a lifetime that featured five flights of wines not yet available to the public. Guests were treated to a culinary journey inspired by Olive Hamilton Russell’s South African cookbook, Entertaining, a Year on a Cape Wine Estate. Wines from Hamilton Russell and Southern Right were beautifully paired with a four-course menu interpreted by Baron’s Cove Executive Chef Matty Boudreau. The intimate dinner was attended by Ivana Lowell, Candace Bushnell, Jonathan Nash Glynn, and Lynda Sylvester.

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Chef Matty Boudreau with Olive and Anthony Hamilton Russell

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Club Monaco celebrated the launch of a limitededition capsule collection of rare vintage clothing curated by Dannijo at its East Hampton location. Founders and sisters Danielle Snyder and Jodie Snyder Morel hosted the celebration with other fashion enthusiasts including Shanina Shaik, TKÂ Wonder, Cipriana Quann, and Juno Temple.

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COCKTAIL PARTY HOSTED BY SIMONE ZIMMERMANN Australian designer Simone Zimmermann invited family and friends to her East Hampton Zimmermann boutique to celebrate the start of the season. Guests including Kiane von Mueffling and Malcom Carfrae were treated to cocktails and had wa chance to shop her latest collection.

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THE SURF LODGE PRESENTS SATURDAY’S SURF Style stars like Chloë Sevigny, Kelly Bensimon, and Danielle Snyder joined an equally attractive crowd at Montauk’s Surf Lodge for Saturday’s Surf. The gathering carried on into the evening, with guests dining and dancing along the water as the sun went down.

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Hetrick-Martin Institute’s annual School’s Out cocktail party attracted nearly 500 guests. Honorary host Edie Windsor and guests including Alfredo Paredes and Scott Sanders gathered at the East Hampton home of Lisa and James Cohen. Cochaired by Bobby Graham, Ward Williams, and Malcom James Kutner, the evening commemorated the work that HMI has done throughout the year, with proceeds going toward summer services for LGBTQ youth. Paddle8 provided a presentation for an online auction of one-of-a-kind artwork in the form of “lifesavers” fashioned by designers such as Ralph Lauren Home and Jonathan Adler.

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Wild Kingdom Actress Broo e ShieldS curAtes A speciAl exhibition focused on AnimAls And nAture for this yeAr’s Art southAmpton.

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By R. CouRi Hay

Brooke Shields—actress, model, author, original Calvin Klein jeans ingénue, and onetime Tom Cruise nemesis—is expanding her repertoire to the visual arts. The Princeton grad has cocurated an exhibit for the New York Academy of Art titled “Call of the Wild.” Featuring more than 60 paintings and sculptures inspired by nature and the animal kingdom by alumni of the Academy (of which Shields is a board member), it will be shown at this year’s edition of the art fair Art Southampton, running from July 7 through 11. The theme seems apt, as the school’s MFA program has a long history of working with human models as well as exotic animals brought in by handlers; the Academy also partners each year with the Westminster Kennel Club to run its art competition, with the winning work adorning the club’s annual postcard and official promotional poster. “What I love about the school is that their focus is on traditional training in painting, drawing, and sculpture, so they’re all highly skilled artists,” says Shields. “It’s like learning a language and making sure that the fundamentals and grammar are instilled.” Shields has another tie to the school, established in 1982: Among the Academy’s founders was Andy Warhol, a friend of Shields beginning when she was a teen model. “What I think Andy would be proud of, probably even more îî

“What I love about the school Is that theIr focus Is on tradItIonal traInIng In paIntIng, draWIng, and sculpture, so they’re all hIghly skIlled artIsts”. —brooke shIelds

Brooke Shields is no stranger to the Hamptons, where she has a home with her husband and their two daughters: “We just realized how happy it made us and what a great respite it was from the craziness of our lives in New York City.”

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Untitled, Loretta Mae Hirsch, circa 2016. left: Curators Brooke Shields and David Kratz, president of the New York Academy of Art.

She Wrote–style series based on the Flower Shop Mystery books by Kate Collins, Shields plays a big-city lawyer who moves back to her hometown to open a flower shop after the death of her husband. “It’s lighthearted comedy,” says the actress, who is also an executive producer of the films. And in Daisy Winters, Shields stars alongside a girl who reminds her of herself when she started in the business. “I love the idea that I have this longevity,” she says, “because I do think in this industry there is something to be said for still being around. I don’t know about relevancy per se, but I definitely am stubborn enough to be in the game still.” Art Southampton runs July 7–11 at 60 Millstone Road, Bridgehampton; art-southampton.com

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so than just what the school produces, is the supportive nature of it,” she says. “It’s a rigorous training course, but the support that the artists have for one another—I think he would have loved that because it’s very genuine. It’s not a cutthroat environment.” On this particular afternoon, Shields is traveling to the Hamptons, where she and her husband, Chris Henchy, have a home. “We just realized how happy it made us and what a great respite it was from the craziness of our lives in New York City,” she says. They share the East End residence with their two daughters, ages 10 and 13. “We have a dog now, and whenever I take the dog on the beach, it is literally one of the most peaceful times that I have.” The trip out East comes at a perfect time: Shields just finished filming Daisy Winters in Georgia, which she squeezed in between shooting several Dearly Depotted madefor-TV movies in Ontario for the Hallmark Channel. For the latter project, a Murder,

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“YOU’RE GOING TO SEE ME RUSHING AND JUST TRYING TO MAKE EVERYONE HAPPY AND SEE ALL MY CUSTOMERS.” —ZACH ERDEM

75 MAIN’S ZACH ERDEM EXPANDS HIS EAST END HOSPITALITY EMPIRE WITH A NEW RESTAURANT, AN INN, AND TWO NIGHTLIFE VENUES.

“I started as a bartender and loved the space,” says restaurateur Zach Erdem, 32, about 75 Main, where he worked his way up to manager before eventually taking over as owner. “I loved the vocation, I loved the crowd, I loved the people we had, and it was always my target to one day own the restaurant.” This summer, Erdem has launched four new projects, including the Japanese restaurant Kozu, with a menu by Nobu alum John Keller. Behind Kozu, he unveiled a renovated late-night lounge, Summer House, which hosts renowned DJs, as well as an adjacent inn, Hotel ZE. Plus, there’s the massive nightclub AM on Tuckahoe Lane, which can accommodate 1,000 patrons; it has been extensively redone, with new lighting and graffiti-covered walls, and features live acts, DJs, and dancers from the risqué Manhattan nightspot The Box. “You’ll see me running between those places,” Erdem laughs. “You’re going to see me rushing and just trying to make everyone happy and see all my customers.” Kozu, Summer House, Hotel ZE, 136 Main St., Southampton, 6196660; AM, 125 Tuckahoe Lane, Southampton, 353-3888; 75 Main, 75 Main St., Southampton, 283-7575; 75maingroup.com

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Opening Kozu was especially sweet for Erdem (seen at 75 Main), who was fired from a previous restaurant occupying that space. (There were no hard feelings, however; his former boss texted to congratulate him: “I know you will do well. No one knows that place better than you.”)

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HIGH SEA MONTAUK NATIVE SHAWN CHRISTMAN’S MOBILE FOOD TRUCK HARVESTS THE LOCAL BOUNTY FOR AN EVERCHANGING MENU. BY BAO ONG

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CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: Chef Shawn Christman serving his line-caught fluke ceviche mini tacos; The Sea Bean at Lion’s Field near Montauk Brewing Company; North Fork peaches with fresh cream.

“WE’RE VERY CONNECTED TO OUR FARMERS AND FISHERMEN.” —SHAWN CHRISTMAN

PHOTOGRAPHY BY SHAWN AND COURTNEY CHRISTMAN

While Shawn Christman grew up in a restaurant family, trained at the Culinary Institute of America, and for more than 15 years traveled the world cooking, the East End has always beckoned. So when a successful Kickstarter campaign helped launch his food truck, The Sea Bean, he decamped for the Hamptons. Unlike many food trucks that specialize in one item, Christman draws on local ingredients to inspire an ever-changing menu. During the day, he can be seen serving up fresh fluke tacos one moment, and hours later he may have his sleek truck parked in a backyard catering a party with a pig roast. “We know where our food comes from because we’re very connected to our farmers and fishermen,” says Christman, who also worked in the kitchens of Topping Rose House, Nick & Toni’s, and The Crow’s Nest. “Everything around here inspires our food.” Christman, who grew up in Montauk, adds that his influences can be traced to the seasons out East, the proximity to the ocean, and diverse communities. Says Christman, “Local is just the way of life here.” theseabean.com


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Novel ApproAch Fans oF Jenny Mollen’s social media Feed will Find even more to laugh about in her second book oF outrageous essays.

“Twitter gave me a career,” says actressturned-author Jenny Mollen, whose @jennyandteets account is an uproarious stream of out-there moments, opinions, one-liners, and four-letter words. “I was a barely working actress in LA who had a lot of opinions and nowhere to put them. And now it was like, I don’t have my own show; this is my show.” Her riotous stream-of-consciousness feed led to a blog on Playboy.com, which begat her first book, the New York Times best seller I Like You Just the Way I Am. Now a parent to a toddler, Sid, with her husband, actor Jason Biggs, Mollen has written a second collection of essays, Live Fast Die Hot, that captures her next chapter in life, particularly after uprooting the family from Los Angeles to New York because she believed their California bungalow was haunted. “I think I’m so paranoid as a person that I can be a little impulsive, and then later go, Wait, was that maybe not a good idea?” laughs Mollen. “I don’t have that gauge about what’s appropriate and what’s not.” From crashing a remote Moroccan village with two gay Twitter followers to drinking hallucinogenic tea in Peru to all of Mollen’s too-crazy-to-believe run-ins with her parents, nannies, famous friends, and neighbors, Live Fast Die Hot holds nothing back. And now that she’s spending her first summer in the Hamptons, her Twitter feed should be even more colorful. “I feel this summer will be so enlightening for me because I don’t understand the Hamptons scene, but I am excited to get Sid enrolled in some Hamptons baby classes,” says Mollen. “It feels very swanky to me. And there’s a Barry’s Bootcamp out here, and where you find Barry’s Bootcamp, you’ll find me.”

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“I don’t have that gauge about what’s appropriate and what’s not,” says actress-turned-author Jenny Mollen, who is spending her first summer in the Hamptons with her husband, Jason Biggs, and their son, Sid.

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One Of the area’s premier art fairs, Mar et art + Design returns with a trOve Of exceptiOnal wOrks destined fOr the hOmes Of the east end’s mOst discriminating cOllectOrs. By Stephanie Murg

If you peeled the colors from a painter’s palette, rendered them in three dimensions, enlarged them to the size of beach balls, and stacked them in precariouslooking towers, you would have something resembling the monumental Annie Morris sculptures that are bound to delight visitors to Market Art + Design. The London-based Morris, represented by Winston Wächter Fine Art, is just one of the hundreds of artists to discover at this year’s sixth edition of the fair. “The confluence of art and design is very timely, for the entire art world, and this [demonstrates]

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our ability to do it on a smaller scale,” says Kelly Freeman, director of Market Art + Design, which last year debuted a design component along with a new name (the fair was formerly known as Art Market Hamptons). “Hamptons-based collectors are looking for an experience that they can bring home with them, whether that’s in the form of a wonderful maker-designed object or a painting on canvas.” Offering myriad options will be some 50 exhibitors, including Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Tally Beck Contemporary, Joseph Gross Gallery, and îî

Two of the diverse works at this year’s Market Art + Design: (from top) Palm Springs II, Dean West, 2015, presented by Avikzer Roman, and Pandas Outdoor, Ryota Unno, 2016, presented by Mindy Solomon Gallery.

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clockwise from top: Waterfall, Hiroshi Senju, 2014, presented by Sundaram Tagore Gallery; Frida, Alexi Torres, 2016, presented by Evan Lurie Gallery; September, Brian Rutenberg, 2015, presented by Peter Marcelle Project.

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the Southampton-based Peter Marcelle Project, which is joining forces with New York’s distinguished Forum Gallery to present the nature-inspired abstractions of painter Brian Rutenberg. The Mindy Solomon Gallery, a returning exhibitor, will focus on design with lusciously textured ceramics by Linda Lopez, while newcomer Walker Waugh Art will show recent paintings by Hector Leonardi, a Bridgehamptonbased abstract artist who, at 86 years old, is prime for rediscovery. The Hole, a Lower Manhattan must-stop on the contemporaryart map, is devoting its space to the “pour paintings” of New York artist Holton Rower. “Showing at Market Art + Design is a nice way to engage with many of our collectors during the summer season,” says Raymond Bulman, director of The Hole. “We’re able to show complex and ambitious artworks, like Holton’s pours, that also have visual resonance with nature and the East End.” For Jane Eckert of Pine Plains, New York’s Eckert Fine Art, Market Art + Design is “fresh and fun, not your run-of-the-mill fair.” She is bringing a variety of works, from an Andrew Wyeth watercolor to contemporary paintings by Eric Forstmann. Look for one piece in particular—Robert Rauschenberg’s Birthday Drawing (1994), complete with a beachy crab—to be snapped up swiftly. Other appetites can be quenched by the Brooklyn restaurant Fort Defiance, which has signed on to offer fairgoers a menu of creative beverages, local oysters, and charcuterie. “We strive for a festive environment,” says Freeman. “People can stop in for cocktails and oysters—and art!” Market Art + Design takes place July 7–10 at the Bridgehampton Museum, 2368 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton; artmarkethamptons.com

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photography Courtesy of the artist and sundaram tagore gallery (Waterfall); © Brian rutenBerg, Courtesy of forum gallery, new york (September); Courtesy of the artist and evan lurie gallery (frida)

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THE SOUND OF MUSIC THE NEWLY RENOVATED RAM’S HEAD INN ADDS LIVE-MUSIC LOUNGE HARBOR HALL TO AN ALREADY BURGEONING SHELTER ISLAND SCENE.

Following the stylish restoration of the Chequit last year, another historic Shelter Island property received a luxe makeover in time for summer. The iconic Ram’s Head Inn, situated on tony Ram Island, is debuting its newly renovated cocktail and music lounge, Harbor Hall, named for its stunning views of Coecles Harbor. In recent years, the lounge’s live music nights have become a favorite for classic rock and jazz aficionados, so owners Linda and James Eklund sought to create a more ambient space for dancing and music with additions like a new sound system, updated décor, lighting, and dining and tall top tables handcrafted by James Eklund himself. “We started with a Sunday summer jazz series over 20 years ago, but in the last three or four years it really took off,” says Linda Eklund, who has run the inn with her husband since 1979. “We suddenly realized this room was being used for music, and people were really enjoying it, so we said let’s redo the room to make it more appropriate for the music that now seems to be a big item for us.” In addition to live performances by indie artists like îî

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For summer, Ram’s Head Inn bar master Harry Brigham curates locally sourced libations—this Summer Thyme cocktail is made with vodka, fresh local raspberries, simple syrup, peach bitters, and a sprig of thyme.

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Points East (July 8 and August 5, 13, and 26) and Jon Divello and Chris Tedesco on Tuesdays throughout the summer, the inn will also feature Tuesday night North Fork vineyard tastings. Also new is an expanded mixology program led by bar master and Ram’s Head veteran Harry Brigham, who will be curating locally sourced cocktails and creating his own libations, which tap into what it means to celebrate summer in the Hamptons— think blueberry mojitos with fresh mint and berries plucked from Ram’s Head’s garden, or the Summer Thyme, featuring vodka, local raspberries, fresh lime juice, simple syrup, peach bitters, and a sprig of thyme. “Harry worked for us years ago, but when we started talking about the changes we were making, he shared our excitement, and it looked like a good time to bring him back on,” says Linda Eklund. “For nearly two years, he’s been creating a menu of classic cocktails made from scratch. It’s time consuming but worth it in the long run. He’s bringing a solid, detail-oriented cocktail bar to Shelter Island.” 108 Ram Island Dr., Shelter Island Heights, 749-0811; theramsheadinn.com

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Scene Model Citizen Alex Knight at the Surf Lodge, where she runs a series of fitness classes this summer.

STARRY KNIGHT Model-turned-fitness guru Alex night is trAnslAting Her HeAltHY lifestYle into A Wellness series At tHe surf lodge. By Caroline Tell

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“I belIeve that lIvIng a balanced lIfe Is a sustaInable one.” —alex knight

photography by Zev Starr-tambor; Shot on location at the Surf lodge

Who: Alex Knight, 29. How you know her: With her athletic physique and straight-off-the-beach style, this Australian-born model has posed for campaigns for Dior, Lanvin, Clinique, Gap, and Athleta. Now: With husband Nick, Knight runs Bluestone Lane (bluestonelaneny.com), a chain of nine Australian-inspired coffee shops. She is also a holistic coach and personal trainer, specializing in a Pilates-based approach. “Nutrition and fitness have a symbiotic relationship, which I explore by overseeing the Bluestone menu and maintaining a presence in fitness,” says Knight. “I believe that living a balanced life is a sustainable one.” On marrying modeling with fitness: As a young model, Knight still found time to practice wellness techniques while living a transient, often lonely lifestyle. “I felt lost from routine and the comforts of family, so I dug deep and resorted to passions that were rooted in physical movement,” she says. “I walked everywhere and did yoga.” Hamptons haunts: This summer, Knight is running fitness classes at the Surf Lodge (183 Edgemere St., Montauk; thesurflodge.com) and cooking healthy breakfasts as part of a wellness series with Bluestone Lane. You can also spot her running along the beach or meeting friends on the terrace at Gurney’s. “It’s a great spot to catch up with people you don’t get to see in the city,” she says. “The rosé goes down nicely there.”


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Walking into The Greenwich, an American eatery in the former Red Stixs space in Water Mill, is like traveling down a posh inner-city street. New York-based modern artist Jeremy Penn painted directly on the walls to make them look “just like a side of a building in Manhattan,” he says. Some of them resemble gritty brick alleys; others have bold, colorful pictures of seductive females that look like street art. The space is airy and simple, giving the feeling of being outside. “We wanted to open a restaurant that would be a breath of fresh air for people summering in the Hamptons,” says owner David Schulman. While the aesthetic

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screams city, the food is local, featuring only ingredients grown in the Hamptons. Core dishes, like the whole roasted items for two, will remain on the menu week to week, but the rest—from the tuna chop to the watermelon salad—rotate based on what’s available at market. Even the cocktails, like the popular Roses Grove, a blend of Belvedere, Aperol, strawberry, lemon, and orange bitters, use what’s found in the community. Says chef Carmine Di Giovanni, who is also responsible for the kitchens at NYC’s Mulberry Project and Greenwich Project, “We are different because we prepare food in a simple manner that will highlight the great products.” 1020 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 726-6200; greenwich restaurant.com

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Scallops with minted peas and trumpet royale mushrooms at The Greenwich in Water Mill. above, from left: The paintings are part of Jeremy Penn’s A Portrayal of Power series exclusively for the restaurant; chef Carmine Di Giovanni.

photography by Doug young

With an urban ambience, The Greenwich has a decidedly rural menu With fresh-from-the-hamptons ingredients. by alyson krueger


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SCENE ART full Sandy Dunes, Alexis Hilliard, 2016.

Eric Fischl and DaviD ratz curate an exhibition for the Southampton artS center that captureS an artiSt’S perSpective on bodieS and water. By Stephanie Murg

In Eric Fischl’s 2010 painting Black Water, a man and a woman wade into inky depths bordered by spindly trees. They are seen from the back, their exposed skin illuminated by the dwindling light of dusk, or perhaps the first rays of dawn. The woman’s

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raised arm reaches out in warning or greeting—or is she simply trying to maintain her balance? Fischl has been composing psychodramas such as this on canvas for nearly 40 years. Beaches or pools figure prominently in his work. This summer, the Sag Harbor-based

artist dives even deeper into one of his favorite settings as cocurator of the New York Academy of Art’s “Water|Bodies,” an exhibition on view through July 31 at the Southampton Arts Center. “So many of the themes in my work deal with

questions surrounding issues that surface when in the pursuit of pleasure,” says Fischl, referring to his preferred subject: “the problem of the flesh.” “What could be a more perfect setting to explore those questions than the beach—the sun-warmed, light-filled, open expanses

of two essential forms of matter, water and earth?” “Water|Bodies” brings together paintings, photographs, and sculptures selected by Fischl and New York Academy of Art president David Kratz, who is also a painter (both have works in the exhibition). îî

photography courtesy of the New york academy of art

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“This show is about life in and around the water,” says Kratz, a Southampton resident. “It looks at water as an element, its form, its color, its light, and it looks at the infinite ways in which we react to it. It looks at it from the point of view of humans and of nature. It even looks at it as a medium with which to make paintings.” The artists represented share a connection to the East End and the NYAA. Among the more than 65 works on view are rippling swimming pool surfaces captured by Clifford Ross, storm-clouded horizons by April Gornik (Fischl’s wife and a specialist in glorious landscapes), and the vividly colored solo sailor and wader of Isca Greenfield-Sanders. Ross Bleckner’s painted water lilies suggest a dreamy perch for the abstracted sea creatures of Sag Harbor’s Jill Musnicki, while Enoc Perez, Ralph Gibson, Elisabeth McBrien, and Alexis Hilliard take on the

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perpetually reposing figure of the sunbather. “Other shows have looked at life on the water, but this one presents the water from an artist’s point of view,” notes Kratz. “Each image is a celebration of the senses.” He points out the distinctive misty haze of Lisa Lebofsky’s painting on aluminum, the haunting nature of John Alexander’s night-fishing scene, and the submerged figure in a photograph by Patrick Demarchelier, whose work embodies the show’s theme. Like Fischl, Kratz resists declaring which piece he likes most. He won’t, however, pass up a pun. “I wish I could choose a favorite, but honestly, with a pool of talent like this, none of them should be missed.” “Water|Bodies” is on display through July 31 at Southampton Arts Center, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-0967; southamptonartscenter.org

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photography by ralph gibson (Fischl); courtesy oF the new york academy oF art (artwork)

clockwise from left: Wading (Pink), Isca GreenfieldSanders, 2011; artist and cocurator Eric Fischl; Untitled, Enoc Perez.


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A still from Clifford Ross’s Digital Wave 2.9 video on LED walls, 2015. below, from left: Clifford Ross; Shirin Neshat.

Something to talk about

On July 6, local artist Clifford Ross, whose body of work includes painting, sculpture, photography, and stained-glass video, will be sharing the stage with architecture critic Paul Goldberger and visual artist Shirin Neshat as part of Guild Hall’s “Artist Dialogue: Clifford Ross with Paul Goldberger and Shirin Neshat.” “There are things about Shirin’s work and about architecture that I’d like to know more about,” says Ross of the evening that is sure to be an inspiring conversation of art and architecture. “The event won’t be anything close to a lecture format. Hopefully, it will be a discussion between three people with differing perspectives and curiosity about the same subject: Why, and how, do artists break down the mediums they choose to make their art?”

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Attendees will also have a chance to participate in the discussion during a Q&A that takes place following the dialogue. Says Ross, “[My hope is that] people will come away with an understanding of how artists go about their work, embracing and altering the parameters of existing media.” “Artist Dialogue: Clifford Ross with Paul Goldberger and Shirin Neshat” takes place July 6 at The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0806; guildhall.org.

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photography by paul Zimmerman/Wireimage (ross); andreW h. Walker/getty images for doha film institute (neshat); Courtesy of Clifford ross (artWork)

Guild Hall hosts an inspiring night of dialogue with Clifford ross, shirin neshat, and paul goldberger on July 6. By Kaitlynn Miller


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SCENE cuiscene

Whether you’re health-conscious or looking to indulge, brunch options in the hamptons abound, featuring everything from fresh-caught seafood to locally groWn produce. By Bao ong

The American Hotel The scene is always happening at the historic American Hotel on Sag Harbor’s Main Street. Fans of this Hamptons mainstay traditionally opt for the burger or eggs Benedict for a weekend brunch, then order a cocktail (or two) and take in all the people watching in and outside the restaurant. 49 Main St., Sag Harbor, 7253535; theamericanhotel.com

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Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa If you can peel yourself away from the sandy private beaches at Gurney’s, a brunch feast awaits. It’s only appropriate that the lobster roll is the brunch item favored by all. Here, a generous helping of everyone’s favorite crustacean is nestled in a bun for a rendition that’s a no-frills îî

The chef at East Hampton’s Highway Restaurant & Bar (above) crafts an enticing Norwegian smoked salmon board accompanied by seeded rye and sour cream.

PhotograPhy by Kit Chaney

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classic. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-2345; gurneysmontauk.com Highway Restaurant & Bar The New American cuisine is focused on seasonal ingredients with a global twist. One brunch dish not to miss is chef Anand Sastry’s Norwegian cured salmon. The wild-caught fish is smoked with a variety of woods and juniper before it’s served on a pine board accompanied by homemade pickles, rye seeded bread, and sour cream. 290 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 527-5372; highwayrestaurant.com North Fork Table & Inn The North Fork Table & Inn’s Claudia Fleming skyrocketed to fame as a pastry chef at

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Gramercy Tavern (and even won a coveted James Beard Award in 2000), so it’s no surprise that the sweets on the menu at her Southold restaurant are a hit. A stack of fluffy buttermilk pancakes topped with a decadent banana-walnut compote and a pat of vanilla bean butter is exactly what the weekend calls for. 57225 Main St., Southold, 765-0177; northforktableandinn.com Wölffer Kitchen Wölffer Kitchen in Sag Harbor is an airy, chic space perfect for brunch. You can’t go wrong with the Long Island duck hash or any of the other locally inspired dishes— paired with Wölffer Estate wines, of course. 29 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-0101; wolfferkitchen.com

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The buttermilk pancakes topped with vanilla bean butter at North Fork Table & Inn

PhotograPhy courtesy of gurney’s Montauk resort & seawater sPa (interior; lobster roll); eMMa Milligan (Pancakes)

fluffy buttermilk pancakes topped with a decadent vanilla bean butter are exactly what the weekend calls for.


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Swipe, Up, and away! A new mobile App (with A high-flying clientele) is revolutionizing on-demAnd Access to privAte plAnes. by jill sieracki

When apps such as Uber, Lyft, Gett, and Via launched, the digital startups served as major disrupters for the private car industry. Now, a wave of new apps—including FlightTime, Skyjet, Blade, and JetSmarter—provides the same convenience for private air travel. “The private jet industry was very archaic,” says Sergey

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Petrossov, CEO and founder of JetSmarter, a mobile service that offers access to private jet flights in US cities such as New York, Chicago, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles, and just introduced a helicopter service between Manhattan and East Hampton or Southampton for the summer. “Its brick-andmortar process of picking

up the phone, speaking to numerous people, and waiting for hours in order to charter a jet was outdated and inconvenient. I wanted to change that and create accessibility for the market.” Appealing to a range of entrepreneurs and deal makers (Jay Z is reportedly an investor), JetSmarter offers three tiers of services: JetCharter, or whole

aircraft bookings, which is available in 170 countries; JetDeals, or free one-way flights for app members; and Jet Shuttle, which offers free or discounted seats on already established private jet flights. “Without mobile technology, JetSmarter would not exist. We use it to aggregate supply and demand with predictive

algorithms,” says Petrossov of JetSmarter’s $9,675 annual membership program, which also includes concierge services for hotels, exotic cars, hard-to-get tables, and access to other exclusive events. “We’re allowing people to travel a lot more for a fraction of the cost.” And in sky-high style. jetsmarter.com

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Ready, jet set, go: JetSmarter is attracting celebs like Jay Z, who is reportedly an investor, and NBA player Carmelo Anthony and his wife, TV and radio personality La La, who recently flew from New York to Miami with the service. shown: A Gulfstream IV available through JetSmarter.


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“Rosé is different [from] reds and whites in the sense that it’s almost become more of a lifestyle brand,” says Paul Chevalier of Château d’Esclans, the winemaker behind such rosés as Garrus, Les Clans, Rock Angel, and Whispering Angel, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. “It’s this world-traveling group that drinks rosé, and now it’s spreading to broader demographics across the US.” Initially, US audiences shied away from the pink-hued summer sipper because of its reputation for being overly sweet, but no more—as palates have grown more sophisticated, Americans have embraced rosé in all its nuanced forms. “You’ve seen a great growth in the wine business as we’ve developed a stronger food culture in the US,” says Bill Terlato, CEO of Terlato Wines, which has several rosés on its roster from the Belleruche, Sanford, and Il Poggione wineries. “People who are interested in food are driving [the demand for rosé], and to a large extent, those are millennials.” That same group—which eagerly stocks rosé outside its traditional “season,” from Memorial Day through Labor Day—is also spreading its enthusiasm through social media with hashtags like #RoseAllDay. Says Terlato, “There’s no question that the color is striking, but ultimately, there wouldn’t be that kind of following if the quality wasn’t in the bottle.”

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Blush, baby! Rosé is a hit with foodies who are looking for something extra to set their dinner parties apart.

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comfort table as famous for their large family dinners as they are for their restaurants, the scotto family’s Rosanna scotto shares her insights on the east end’s beauty and bounty. By Scott Feldman

What is one of your favorite ingredients to cook with? Extra-virgin olive oil, because it really makes a difference in the taste. What was one of the first dishes you learned to prepare? The first dish I made was penne with broccoli and sausage.

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What do you love about cooking? I love it because it brings my family together, especially when they help out in the kitchen. Best beach for a bonfire and clam bake? We did a great clam bake on Coopers Beach. Don’t forget to

get a permit! Who in your life inspired you and made the biggest impact on you? My mother has been a great inspiration. She’s tough and loving. She’s pushed me to continue pursuing my dreams during various bumps in the road. And she has

always cooked the perfect comfort food to make me feel better. What do the Hamptons mean to you? The Hamptons mean rest and relaxation with great sunsets and lots of rosé. What’s your favorite summer cocktail?

Tequila on the rocks with lots of limes. Where could we find you during the summer out East? SoulCycle, MaryAnn Browning’s Brownings Fitness, Tutto il Giorno for dinner, Sant Ambroeus for lunch, and Sunday dinners at our house. Favorite spot in the Hamptons? Wölffer [Estate Vineyard] for sunset rosé. What is your favorite spot in the Hamptons to watch the Fourth of July fireworks? Coopers Beach has a great view of the fireworks. What is the scariest thing you have ever done out East? I went flyboarding! I was determined to get up even after a few wipeouts. For Rosanna Scotto’s recipe for bucatini and crab, visit hamptonsmagazine.com.

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Rosanna Scotto’s bucatini and crab. below: Scotto in the kitchen.


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Hester and Lucy Deslauriers competing in the Campbell Stables Jumping Derby at the 2015 Hampton Classic.

Mark your calendars now; this suMMer is gearing up to be an exceptional season of charity galas and fundraising events. Friday, July 1 Southampton Fresh Air Home: Southampton Fresh Air Home’s 29th annual American Picnic includes games for children of all ages, picnic-style foods, and a spectacular fireworks display by Grucci. Rain Date, Sunday, July 3. 1030 Meadow Lane, Southampton; sfah.org Saturday, July 9

Bay Street Theater: Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the annual summer gala will spotlight celebrity auctioneer Richard Kind, honorary chairs Arlene and Alan Alda, and other stars such as B.D. Wong, Jason Alexander, and Alec Baldwin in an evening of cocktails, auctions, and dinner. The Long Wharf, Sag Harbor; baystreet.org Halsey House: Celebrate Southampton’s oldest home, The Thomas Halsey Homestead, with a private lawn party, sunset cocktails, locally sourced food, and a silent auction. 249 S. Main St., Southampton; southampton historicalmuseum.org

Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation: More than 30 top local chefs and restaurants will participate in

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the 12th annual A Hamptons Happening fundraiser, which also commemorates the foundation’s 40th anniversary. Private residence, Bridgehampton; waxmancancer.org Saturday, July 16

Quogue Wildlife Refuge: Help raise funds for this animal refuge at the Wild Night for Wildlife, which includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, local wines, live music, and a silent auction. 3 Old Country Road, Quogue; quoguewildliferefuge.org

South Fork Natural History Museum: The summer gala celebrates its 27th year, with a night complete with food by guest chef Alex Guarnaschelli, a VIP cocktail reception, and dancing to raise funds to benefit the museum’s education and environmental programs. 377 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton; sofo.org Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation: Don’t miss the seventh annual Unconditional

Love dinner dance, which raises funds for animals in need with an evening of cocktails, dinner, and dancing. Private residence, Southampton; southampton animalshelter.com Friday, July 22

Family Service League: The annual summer gala offers hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and dinner along with music and a designer auction to benefit the League, which helps families in need îî

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Parrish Art Museum: Join more than 1,000 artists, philanthropists, business leaders, and art world guests at the Parrish Art Museum’s annual Midsummer Party. After the dinner portion of the event, stay for the afterparty, complete with dancing. 297 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill; parrishart.org


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scene SPIRIT OF GENEROSIT Y in Suffolk County. OceanBleu at the Westhampton Bath and Tennis Club, 231 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach; fsl-li.org Saturday, July 23

Chefs & Champagne: More than 40 celebrated chefs will showcase their culinary talents at this annual Champagne-filled party aimed at celebrating and raising funds for the James Beard Foundation. Wölffer Estate Vineyard, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack; jamesbeard.org Children’s Museum of the East End: The eighth annual Family Fundraiser, CMEE Celebrates Heroes, includes crafts, rides, food, and fun! 376 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton; cmee.org

Saturday, July 30

Super Saturday: Kelly Ripa and Donna Karan once again host the day-long annual designer garage sale to benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund. Nova’s Ark Project, 30 Millstone Road, Water Mill; supersaturday.ocrf.org Watermill Center: This year’s summer benefit and auction, FADA: House of Madness, combines the arts and performances by Watermill International Summer Program participants from around the world to help support the center’s year-round residency and education programs. 39 Watermill Towd Road, Water Mill; watermillcenter.org Sunday, July 31

LongHouse Reserve: Celebrating its jubilee 25th year, the LongHouse Reserve’s Serious Moonlight benefit will include garden happenings, cocktails, dinner, dancing, and a silent auction. Guests are encouraged to wear attire that matches the interstellar theme of the evening. 133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton; longhouse.org Shelter Island Historical Society: The annual Black & White Benefit will feature live music, dinner by Marie Eiffel Market, a raw bar by Greenport’s Alice’s Fish Market, a lively silent auction, cocktails, dinner, and dancing. Havens House Barn, 16 S. Ferry Road, Shelter Island; shelterislandhistorical.org

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Hayground School: Honoring Toni Ross and Claudia Fleming, this year’s Chefs Dinner features cocktails and bites from such esteemed chefs as Tom Colicchio, Alex Guarnaschelli, Joe Realmuto, Jason Weiner, and Josh Capon. The night’s proceeds support the Hayground School’s culinary programs and overall curriculum. 151 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton; haygroundchefsdinner.org

Jason Derulo at last year’s VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s Hamptons Live benefit hosted by Billy and Julie Macklowe at a private estate in Sagaponack. above: Cormaria’s annual gala.

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Hamptons Paddle & Party for Pink: This two-part, star-studded event includes a morning paddleboard race and evening sunset party to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Havens Beach, Sag Harbor; Fairview on Mecox Bay, 269 Horsemill Lane, Bridgehampton; hamptonspaddle forpink.org Montauk Playhouse: Support the Montauk arts community, and the Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation’s efforts to construct an Aquatic and Cultural Center, with a night of dinner, dancing, and a lively auction. 240 Edgemere St., Montauk; montaukplayhouse.org îî

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Ellen Hermanson Foundation: Take part in the breast cancer organization’s Starry Night gala, hosted by Jean Shafiroff and honoring Calvin Klein, which includes fare by Chris Robbins of Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs and entertainment by MD Music and Entertainment. Wickapogue Road and Old Town Lane, Southampton; ellensrun.org


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once again in the 68th annual charity softball game to benefit the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, Phoenix House Academy, The Retreat, and East End Hospice. Herrick Park, Newtown Lane, East Hampton; artistswritersgame.org

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Guild Hall: Enjoy a preview of the new exhibit “Aspects of Minimalism,” then revel in drinks, dinner, and a spirited art auction. 158 Main St., East Hampton; guildhall.org

Ellen’s Run: The 21st annual 5K, sponsored by the Ellen Hermanson Foundation, recognizes and applauds breast cancer survivors for their courage. Southampton Hospital, 240 Meeting House Lane, Southampton; ellensrun.org

saturday, august 13

Author’s Night: This lavish fundraiser for the East Hampton Library will include 100 authors and more than 1,000 guests. 4 Maidstone Lane, East Hampton; authorsnight.org Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center: Eastern Long Island’s only wildlife hospital hosts its 10th annual Get Wild benefit, which will celebrate the rehabilitation and successful release of native wildlife. Channing Daughters Winery, 1927 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton; wildliferescuecenter.org

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East End Hospice: Prominent artists will incorporate a wine or cigar box into their work to be auctioned off to support the hospice, which provides care for terminally ill patients and their families. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 18 James Lane, East Hampton; eeh.org

The James Beard Foundation Chefs & Champagne benefit. above: Last year’s Parrish Midsummer Party.

VH1 Save the Music Foundation: Rock out to a surprise musical guest and help raise funds to ensure that music instruction is a core component of education in public schools. Private residence; vh1savethemusic.org

sunday, august 14

saturday, august 20 ARF Hamptons: This year’s Bow Wow Meow Ball will honor documentary filmmaker Katharina Otto-Bernstein with an award presentation from Robert Wilson. 91 Daniels Hole Road, Wainscott; arfhamptons.org

Artists & Writers Softball Game: Artists and writers will battle it out

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sunday, august 28

Hampton Classic: One of the largest and most recognizable outdoor horse shows in the country, the event includes fundraisers for Southampton Hospital, the ASPCA, JustWorld International, the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, the Sag Harbor Food Pantry, and the Wildlife Rescue of Hampton Bays, among others. Through September 4. 240 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton; hamptonclassic.com saturday, september 3

Hadassah: The organization that “connects Jewish women and empowers them to effect change

through advocacy, advancing health and well-being” will host Broadway star Megan Hilty for an evening of show tunes. Hampton Synagogue, 154 Sunset Ave., Westhampton Beach, 288-0534; thehamptonsynagogue.org monday, september 19

The Ross School: Tee up for 18 holes at this Rees Jones-designed course and help support The Ross School; the event includes

breakfast and an alfresco cocktail award reception. The Bridge Golf Club, 1180 Millstone Road, Bridgehampton; ross.org thursday, october 6

Hamptons International Film Festival: Celebrate independent films and filmmakers with this series of screenings, panel discussions, and awards ceremonies. Through October 10. hamptonsfilmfest.org

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Lung Cancer Research Foundation: Don’t miss the 11th annual Strides for Life three-mile run/walk around Lake Agawam; all proceeds benefit lung cancer research at top medical institutions. Southampton; lungcancer researchfoundation.org


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SNUG HARBOR ESTATES A LUXURIOUS NEW ENCLAVE IN WESTHAMPTON BEACH Exclusive. Beautifully designed, this new shingled traditional features stylish architectural details throughout and is the first home completed in coveted Snug Harbor Estates. The grand double-height foyer opens to a great room with double sided fireplace as well as a light-filled formal dining room with a proper wine display. The ground floor also includes a white marble country kitchen with top stainless appliances, a family room with double sided fireplace and wet bar. 5 generous bedrooms, 5.5 baths. Lush grounds with specimen trees, heated gunite pool and outdoor shower. $3,495,000. WEB# 47741. Also located within the luxurious Snug Harbor Estates enclave are 8 magnificent parcels along a private cul-de-sac, ranging from 0.91± to 1.3± acres. Offering an exceptionally rare opportunity to build your own state of the art, custom Hamptons residence located mere moments to the ocean and convenient to Westhampton Beach Village shops and restaurants.

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Above the Line While designer Joseph AltuzArrA summers in Water mill, his highfashion designs have found a home in amagansett at VANessA trAINA’s the line.

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By AlinA Cho PhotogrAPhy By Conor Doherty

Walk into The Line-Amagansett and you immediately forget you’re inside a store. Maybe it’s the bed. Or the comfy couches. Or the art hanging on the walls. It looks like a residential space, and yet, The Line is a store where everything from the couches to the art to the clothes (yes, there are racks of clothes) is for sale. This new pop-up shop on Main Street is the third in a line (pardon the pun) of stores cofounded by stylist Vanessa Traina, who decided after opening similar stores called The Apartment by The Line in New York and Los Angeles that it was time to head further east to the Hamptons to see if the home-asstore concept would work here. “It’s a great opportunity for us to support our customer base; a lot of them are out here on the weekends in the summer,” says Traina. “There are a lot of beautiful stores in the Hamptons, but I don’t think there is anything with this sort of high-touch retail concept.” That means an Irving Penn still-life photograph for $75,000 hangs near a Coqui Coqui candle for $65, not far from a pair of Manolo Blahnik caramel suede slingbacks or that Altuzarra green tie-dye îî

Vanessa Traina with designer and longtime friend Joseph Altuzarra at her new The Line boutique in Amagansett.

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dress from the runway every girl in fashion has been coveting this season. And it’s no surprise Joseph Altuzarra’s clothes have found a home at The Line; Traina styles his shows and is a longtime friend and muse. “Outside of us being very close, [my clothes] fit the concept of The Line,” says Altuzarra, “something that very much fits with how we think of the brand as really a wardrobe and something that is made to live in someone’s home.” Altuzarra, who rents a place year round in Water

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Mill with his husband and is currently house hunting, says he designs with the Hamptons woman in mind. “A great day-tonight piece that you could wear to brunch with your friends and then to a fun cocktail party later—I think that versatility is important because you don’t always want to go back home and change,” he says. “There’s a real hunger and thirst here for fashion during the summer. When you’re on vacation, that’s what you want to do.” 154 Main St., Amagansett, 528-7236; theline.com

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The home items at The LineAmagansett include the Boule vase ($235) and tea lights ($74 for set of 3) from Skultana and Joni Sterbach’s Surf Site Tin Type ($45). above, from left: The interior boasts home items, accessories, and ready-to-wear like the StreamLine hat box ($320) and Albertus Swanepoel hat ($160).


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Linen country bag, Brunello Cucinelli ($3,975). 39 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-3400; brunellocucinelli.com. Beats by Dr. Dre Luxe Edition Solo2 headphones, Beats by Dre ($120). GeekHampton, 34 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 723-3660; beatsbydre.com. Dopp kit, Miansai ($225). Sunbarth, 14 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 873-4121; miansai.com. Apple watch, Hermès ($1,250). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-869-6660; hermes.com. Sunglasses, Givenchy ($350). Solstice, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-739-7220; solsticesunglasses.com. Trilby straw hat, Ben Sherman ($50). Nordstrom, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-746-0011; bensherman.com. Brahms striped throw, Serena & Lily ($295). 332 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 537-5544; serenaandlily.com

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STYLE POP-uP What began as a line of T-shirts has evolved into an assortment of relaxed yet luxe basics from Anthony Thomas Melillo (below), whose first shop (left) will offer his Hamptons fans a number of covetable exclusives.

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For two years after debuting his ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo T-shirt line, designer Tony Melillo spent every week on the floor of Barneys New York interacting with customers. Now, in his fourth year, Melillo has opened his first dedicated shop, a pop-up in East Hampton. “The Hamptons was always on our list,” says the CFDA Award-nominated designer and former style director for Esquire. Currently carried in more than 200 stores worldwide, the ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo brand features men’s and women’s luxury basics and relaxed sportswear, such as ribbed sleeveless henley dresses for women and French terry pull-on shorts for men. The tightly edited collection reflects Melillo’s devotion to

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clean lines, a neutral palette, and a relaxed elegance—an aesthetic he replicated in the shop’s interior. “We wanted to put our mark on [the space] in a fairly efficient way,” says Melillo, a longtime East Hampton summer resident. The store utilizes neutral accents, such as birchwood, white ash, and cement, while a signature black wall helps showcase the clothing, including a rotating selection of Hamptons exclusives. The popular Schoolboy tee will be recut every month in two exclusive colors, such as pumpkin and pale pink. The shop will serve as “a taste of what we do,” Melillo says. “This pop-up is something that truly fits our DNA.” 48 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; atmcollection.com

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ROMANCING THE STONES NOW AVAILABLE IN AMAGANSETT, PIPPA SMALL’S ROUGH-CUT DIAMOND JEWELRY COMBINES BOHO STYLE AND A CHARITABLE INITIATIVE.

“THEY’RE NOT REALLY ABOUT SPARKLE AND PRESTIGE—THEY’RE A BIT MORE PRIVATE THAN THAT.” —PIPPA SMALL

Although Pippa Small’s collection includes statement rings that spotlight raw diamonds and gold necklaces with cascading emeralds, the London-based jeweler doesn’t see her creations as typical precious accessories. “In some ways, they’re kind of anti-jewelry,” she says. “They’re not really about sparkle and prestige—they’re a bit more private than that. It’s about people wanting to have something quite individual.” The pieces are indeed unique. Mostly focused around chunky, one-of-a-kind stones with a tangibly earthy feel, they’re luxurious with a distinctly boho ease. The sensibility is more about jewelry that can be worn every day, instead of saved for a special night out. Ironically, Pippa Small never intended to be a jeweler. She holds a master’s degree in medical anthropology and was active in human rights organizations in countries like Borneo and Thailand before starting her company. While working with indigenous people, Small found herself fascinated with the way they wore jewelry. Once she started the company in 2011, she began partnering with artisans in countries like Afghanistan, Rwanda, and Bolivia to create pieces for the line, providing vital income for their communities; for that charitable aspect of the company, she was awarded a prestigious MBE by Queen Elizabeth II in 2013. Says Small, “It’s about empowering communities and providing employment. It’s about reviving traditional skills. It’s a way of using jewelry to do something positive.” Tiina the Store, 216 Main St., Amagansett, 267-6200; pippasmall.com

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Pippa Small’s yellow-gold and mixed gemstone cord pendant necklaces; 18k yellow-gold and labradorite necklace ($9,395); turquoise mountain lapis and gold vermeil designs on display; Small in her London boutique.

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Fendi’s red Piaggio truck stops by The Surf Lodge with a selection of its most popular accessories, including the convertible Dotcom bag and colorful Strap You straps.

Enjoy a slice of la vita italiana in Montauk when Fendi’s red Piaggio truck stops by The Surf Lodge (183 Edgemere St., 4835037; thesurflodge.com) as part of its exclusive road trip across the US, starting with Montauk over the Fourth of July weekend. During its five-day stop, shoppers can browse Fendi’s most popular accessories, including the Dotcom bag, ABC charms, and Strap You bag straps. The Dotcom, Fendi’s latest runway hit, is a convertible handbag that features a detachable pouch perfect for quick runs to the Golden Pear, while the full bag has plenty of interior pouches and pockets plus two zippered tops, ideal for maximizing a day around town. The bag can be customized with a Strap You; colors range from turquoise with a red lining to multicolored pyramid studs. It can then be further personalized with several of 26 colorful alphabet pom-poms. The Surf Lodge is the first stop on Fendi’s whirlwind 2016 tour; future stops will include a trip to Los Angeles as well as îî

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Miami for Art Basel in December. Fendi isn’t the only brand taking its show on the road. For the fourth year, Miansai (miansai.com), a rising star in the accessories world, parks its tricked-out Airstream outside Montauk’s Navy Beach (16 Navy Road, 668-6868; navybeach.com). Inside you’ll find the entire men’s and women’s spring/ summer collection, including the brand’s signature rope and anchor bracelets, which are made from custom marine-grade rope, and more modern pieces such as rose-gold screw closure rings. This summer’s must-have: the limited-edition modern half rope cuff bracelets ($125), made exclusively for this

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venture, which are stamped with navy beach. Since 2013, Miansai has helped Navy Beach raise almost $40,000 for the Navy SEAL Foundation, which provides support to the Naval Special Warfare Community and their families. Also this summer at Navy Beach, Soludos (soludos.com) will use a customized Italian Piaggio 1970s market truck, imported from La Spezia in northern Italy, to display its summer collection during the July 16 and August 13 weekends. Look for new leather sandals and wedge styles, as well as classic signature espadrilles. Twenty percent of sales will go toward the Navy SEAL Foundation.

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STYLE TRENDING WHITE NIGHTS Embellished with rosettes and sequins, this dress will illuminate any full-moon party. Wear it with nude sandals or give it some edge with a black chunky boot and a satin bomber jacket. Kera sequin dress, Diane von Furstenberg ($798). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-858-3384; dvf.com

WHITE HOT THE LITTLE WHITE DRESS IS MAKING A STRONG SHOWING THIS SUMMER, PARTICULARLY IN STYLES LAYERED WITH EMBROIDERY, LACE, RUFFLES, AND SEQUINS. BY MICHELLE MCCOOL

CHANTILLY LACE This frilly feminine ensemble is brought down to earth with natural leather accessories. The blouse would look fresh come fall tied at the neck and paired with a black silk tuxedo pant. Top ($1,695), skirt ($2,995), belt ($295), and sandals ($350), Michael Kors Collection. 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 267-2200; michaelkors.com

VICTORIAN MOD Self-Portrait answers all our prayers with this hybrid Victorian mod cool-girl confection. The sheer lace panel makes it far from pristine. Pair it with black patent Mary Janes for a British retro vibe. Mini dress, Self-Portrait ($395). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermixonline.com

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FEMININE MYSTIQUE Whitework embroidery is timeless in this perfect reproduction of a vintage underpinning. Unbutton the top and bottom and pair it with gladiator sandals for a thoroughly modern update. Victorian maxi dress, Love Shack Fancy ($345). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermixonline.com

PERFORATED PERFECTION Balance any frothy LWD with these boyish cap-toe oxfords. Channel your inner tomboy and wear them with rolled-up jeans. Libby oxford, Michael Michael Kors ($155). 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 267-2200; michaelkors.com LASER-CUT LACE Leave it to Ralph Lauren to give us the soft look of lace with the durability of leather. This bucket bag becomes a travel wardrobe staple with its easy cross-body shape. Lace drawstring bag, Ralph Lauren Collection ($2,250). 31-33 Main St., East Hampton, 324-1222; ralphlauren.com

OPEN-MINDED The cat’s-eye style dominates this season’s sunglasses. The motherof-pearl inlay and open framework of this pair give you the freshness of head-to-toe white. Sunglasses, Tory Burch ($195). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-1790; toryburch.com


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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Alameda Turquesa sandals from Everything But Water ($247); Pink Chicken’s authentic shibori tie-dye caftan ($136); Ralph Lauren Eralise wedge sandal ($895); Tula dress from Figue ($495); Schumann and her daughters, Kate Elizabeth (LEFT) and Sabrina Claire (RIGHT); Seba Homenature pillow ($458) and throw ($935).

IN THE KNOW JEWELRY DESIGNER NICOLE SCHUMANN, WHO IS BRINGING HER EPONYMOUS COLLECTION TO MALIA MILLS, SHOPS THE HAMPTONS’ BEACH-CHIC STYLES. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

“I’m a big believer in beach jewelry,” says jewelry designer Nicole Schumann. “I love gold on your skin.” Fittingly, Schumann has sold her pieces at Everything But Water (66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-5693; everythingbutwater.com) for the past four years, and this summer she is expanding

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to Malia Mills (53 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 2593759; maliamills.com). Ever inspired by her global travels, she has created a line of bracelets and necklaces made with multicolored African beads, providing a great pop of color for summer. When Schumann isn’t antique shopping at

Mulford Farm (10 James Lane, East Hampton, 3246850), she’s often looking for loose-fitting daytime attire at Figue (55 Main St., East Hampton, 5275111; figue.com). “She’s so unique,” says the designer about Figue founder Stephanie von Watzdorf. “Her whole theme is preserving nature, so I’m

drawn to her look.” Schumann, who has been summering in the Hamptons for nearly 30 years, also likes Pink Chicken (Amagansett Square, 137 Main St., 2676434; pinkchicken.com) and Flying Point Surf & Sport (69 Main St., Southampton, 287-0075), where she shops for

funky bikinis before hitting Coopers Beach with her twin daughters. And when the three aren’t by the water, they love grabbing a bite at La Parmigiana (48 Hampton Road, Southampton, 2838030). “After dinner,” Schumann says, “we always walk around and go for ice cream.”

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“The Canvas by Lands’ End collection is all about the freedom of artistic expression, individuality, and the creative spirit,” says Lands’ End’s Michele Casper, describing the brand’s newly revived line, featuring slimmer cuts and tailored offerings in daywear, swimwear, outerwear, and shoes for men and women. According to Lands’ End CEO Federica Marchionni, former president of Dolce & Gabbana, fans of the brand have been clamoring for her to bring back the Canvas series since she joined

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the company in February 2015. “This new collection allows us the opportunity to reach an additional audience, younger and more fashion-conscious, with a strong desire to express their personal style,” Marchionni says. “The line, inspired by the freedom of artistic expression, features a white label symbolizing the ability to personally create one’s own canvas.” Standouts in the online-only collection include stretchy slim pants in White Dahlia, made from a structured twill fabric woven in Italy, which pair perfectly with tops in lightweight cashmere, silk, or cotton linen in the season’s popular blush. The hip cotton slub hoodie in nautical navy and red stripes and the chambray suit trousers are sure to be made-forsummer favorites for the guys. landsend.com

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Style Now opeN Jenni Kayne (pictured with her daughter, Ripley) embraces Southampton as her new shop’s home, offering sartorial favorites (right) from her ready-to-wear collections, accessories, and home items.

Shop’S Up! California-Cool designer Jenni ayne opens her debut pop-up shop in southampton.

It’s a relaxed, beachy vibe that brings shoppers back, time and time again, to Jenni Kayne’s four California outposts, where they can pick up her eponymous sandals, Janessa Leone hats, and denim from The Great. And it’s the same vibe that will draw women to her new South Fork

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pop-up boutique. “I’ve dreamt of opening in New York for years,” says Kayne, who chose a tucked-away space on Southampton’s Main Street for her newest shop. “I wanted there to be a sense of familiarity and community with this location, and Southampton feels that way. It is very

family oriented.” In the Hamptons, shoppers can expect to find pieces from Kayne’s sunglass collaboration with Barton Perreira, Marysia swimsuits, and several apothecary brands. Also look for Victoria Morris pottery, L’artisan amber balls, and Hedgehouse throwbeds.

“I love that both the Hamptons and Los Angeles are beach oriented and relaxed. As a California native, these are definitely things I appreciate about my home, and I feel that draw in the Hamptons as well,” says Kayne, who is planning events with Wölffer Estate Vineyard and Bhumi

Farms later this summer. “There is also a strong sense of community and support of local businesses and makers in Los Angeles that I’ve found to be true in the Hamptons, which has always been important and inspiring to me.” 2 Main St., Southampton, 268-2144; jennikayne.com

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Joey Wölffer’s Styleliner brings collaborations from Alix of Bohemia (right top and bottom) and capsule collections for a summer full of chic new finds.

Style on the Move Joey Wölffer’s styleliner rolls into a new season with a limited-edition collaboration with alix of bohemia. By Lauren Finney

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What do you get when two women who epitomize summer bohemia collaborate? A whole lot of embroidery, embellishment, and fun. Joey Wölffer, whose mobile boutique Styleliner has been a Hamptons presence since 2010, has teamed up with Alix Verley-Pietrafesa of Alix of Bohemia for an exclusive, limited-edition collaboration that will be

on every Hamptons woman’s wish list this season. “[Alix and I] are aligned with what we stand for, the mixture of rustic and refined,” says Wölffer. “Her pieces, like our collections, are inspired by travel and created for adventure. Neither of us follows trends, but rather creates pieces that should be passed on to the next generation.”

The collection will include day dresses and tops/shorts combos “with prints and embroideries done especially for us,” says Wölffer. Also happening at the Styleliner this summer will be a capsule collection with Elisabeth Bell designer Beth Yorn and new products from designers such as Cristina Zazo and Jacquie Aiche.

“True Hamptons style is relaxed and beach chic, with an elegant twist,” says Wölffer, whose Styleliner will be opening a second location on the wharf in Nantucket this summer. “Style in general is about what makes you feel good and special and makes you stand out.” 25 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 725-1436; thestyleliner.com

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Stella Flame adorned in pieces from her collection; London blue topaz and orange sapphire ring ($1,800), rhodolite and yellow sapphire ring ($1,750), and peridot and pink sapphire ring ($1,900); Story Collection Heart to Heart Story chain ($1,750); Lucky U! diamond-accented horseshoe amulet ($995).

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“I want to challenge people’s perceptions,” says fine jeweler Stella Flame, the “jeweler in residence” at Addo in Sag Harbor, whose newest collection, Botanic Tales, was inspired by a recent trip to Istanbul. “Tucked away in a little alley, I came across an amazing cache of floral engravings and vintage prints depicting snakes, lizards, frogs, crustaceans, and so

on. I wanted to turn these creatures into something with a broader appeal.” Look for lobster- and lizard-adorned 14k gold rings and snake rings and pendants, as well as diamond-encrusted floral cocktail rings featuring primrose at the Dog Days of Summer, an event she’s throwing in conjunction with Addo and Turkey’s Vinkara Winery to benefit the Southampton Animal

Shelter on July 9. Social consciousness is very much a presence in Flame’s jewelry, which is done in a variety of suitable metals that are “hard enough and hip enough to withstand Montauk’s surf scene, or delicate 14k gold chains and amulets that don’t interfere with sun salutations or tennis games.” She also has a very Hamptons-apropos equestrian line, along with

a new Love Story collection, based on a couple who came to her at Addo for a wedding band. Says Flame, “I’m very attracted to [Istanbul] and its exoticism, but I’m also very much a product of an American upbringing. I think combining the two sensibilities in my own particular way makes for a unique aesthetic.” Addo, 7 Main St., Sag Harbor, 9195239; stellaflame.com

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JEWELER STELLA FLAME BRINGS A PARTICULAR MINDFULNESS TO HER EAST-MEETS-WEST-INSPIRED JEWELRY. BY LAUREN FINNEY


STYLE BEAUT Y

MADE IN THE SHADES GRAY! CHESTNUT! METALLICS! SUMMER-CHIC NAIL LACQUERS COVER A SURPRISING SPECTRUM AND POP WITH CONTRASTING LIP COLORS. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

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The nails of chic East Enders typically glimmer with bright fuchsia or beachy pastels each summer, but this season’s hottest colors are like a cool ocean breeze. “There’s a lot of influence from fashion,” says Dineh Mohajer, cofounder and creative director of Smith & Cult, “and I think it’s super unexpected.” While creamy shades of gray and glistening metallics are more reminiscent of chilly fall days than beach picnics, they were a common sight on the spring/summer runways (Badgley Mischka and Suno, for example), and new offerings from Chanel and Smith & Cult follow suit. Le Vernis in Cavalière ($28), a flashy shade of chestnut, is part of Chanel’s desert-inspired lip line. Pair it with a translucent peach gloss, like the brand’s Aqua Glossimer in Sahara ($30). Smith & Cult’s new Nailed Lacquer in Subnormal ($18) is a cloudy gray that Mohajer says falls into the pastel category and registers as really summery. Try it with a deep berry lip, but keep it on the sheer side with the brand’s Lip Lacquer in The Queen Is Dead ($22). For those who prefer a real pop of color, try Smith & Cult’s yellow Nailed Lacquer in The Bee Side ($18). According to Mohajer, it “looks like the color of the summer.” To complete the look, keep your face clean with a subdued neutral lip; try Laura Mercier’s Stickgloss Lip Colour in Brown Sugar ($25). Chanel, Bloomingdale’s, Walt Whitman Shops, 270 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 425-6700; bloomingdales.com; Smith & Cult, 27 Hampton Salon, 27 Hampton Road, Southampton, 377-3107; smithandcult.com; Laura Mercier, White’s Apothecary, 81 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0082; lauramercier.com


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STYLE POP-UP Newtown Lane welcomes one of its newest shops, Big Flower, which curates an artful mix of men’s and women’s neutrals and basics.

FLOWER Power NEWLYWEDS STACY AND GREG AMMON CAPTURE THE ESSENCE OF THE EAST END WITH THEIR LABEL BIG FLOWER, NOW OPEN ON NEWTOWN LANE.

It’s already been an event-filled summer for Stacy and Greg Ammon; the pair got married on Memorial Day, just weeks before the newlyweds’ first shop, Big Flower, opened on Newtown Lane. The cozy 1,000-square-foot boutique uses Hamptonsapropos materials such as

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sisal, walnut, brass, and Carrara marble, as well as family photos displayed alongside works by local artists, to showcase their line of men’s and women’s clothing, also dubbed Big Flower. Look for linen button-downs, easy henleys, and women’s tunics and dresses, all in an

East End-approved neutral palette. There are also soft sweats, swimwear, and accessories such as a chic weekender duffel. The clothing line, whose name comes from Greg’s first words after being adopted from the Ukraine, is made in the United States, adding

another layer of Americana to this already quintessential beach brand. The boutique’s inviting ambience is made even more so by the in-house special brand of Big Flower tea, sippable while perusing the merchandise. The six custom blends are a secret

for now, but might be available for purchase in the future. Plus, visitors to the store receive a sunflower, given as a memento of time spent inside. Prepare to be charmed. 23 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-5620; bigflower.com

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STYLE FRAGRANCE CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Natalie Wood on the beach in Malibu in 1956; the eau de parfum Natalie; Natasha Gregson Wagner with her mother in the early ’70s.

SPLENDOR IN THE BOTTLE NATASHA GREGSON WAGNER DEBUTS THE FRAGRANCE SHE CREATED TO HONOR HER MOTHER, ACTRESS NATALIE WOOD, AT WHITE’S APOTHECARY. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

For most of her life, actress Natalie Wood’s signature fragrance was Jungle Gardenia. Now, to help keep her mother’s legacy alive, Natasha Gregson Wagner has introduced a modern rendition, fittingly called Natalie. The gardenia-imbued perfume is available at White’s Apothecary in East Hampton and Southampton, where Wagner will appear on

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July 8 and 9 to talk about the scent and her mother. Here she gives Hamptons a sneak preview. How did the idea to create a perfume in your mother’s name come about? My dad had thought about doing a tribute fragrance to my mom in the ’80s, and then Elizabeth Taylor came out with White Diamonds and that was the end of that. After

the birth of my daughter, Clover [in 2012], I wanted to become more involved in perpetuating my mom’s legacy. How is Natalie a take on your mom’s signature scent, Jungle Gardenia? Jungle Gardenia is a very heavy fragrance; it has a more synthetic smell. I worked with perfumer Claude Dir to create a natural gardenia, the way

it would smell in the backyard—crisper. How does the scent embody your mother? My experience with my mom was with somebody who was very joyful and had a joie de vivre about her. I wanted something that would make me feel that lightness. Why did you decide to partner with White’s Apothecary? I think one of the things

that touched [the Rosses, the founders of White’s] is that this is a motherdaughter story, and they’re a motherdaughter business. I love that continuity. I’m really excited and feel like it’s a great fit. White’s Apothecary, 81 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0082; 18 Hampton Road, Southampton, 287-2900; whitesapothecary.com

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For three years, Hamptonites in need of a last-minute dress or summer suit have been able to call upon the same-day delivery service of the fashion heavy-hitter Net-aPorter. Now the retailer is taking summer convenience to the next level by partnering with Blade. Customers who appreciate luxury but are short on time can purchase a Hamptons Getaway Kit ($1,400) from Net-a-Porter.com or

MrPorter.com; the kit includes two one-way Blade helicopter rides to Westhampton, Southampton, East Hampton, Shelter Island, or Montauk, as well as a package of beach-ready goodies. For men, that means an Aesop grooming kit, a Shinola luggage tag, and more; the women’s kit includes such items as a Smythson cosmetics case and Hampton Sun skincare products. Also available

this summer is Net-a-Porter’s Hamptons Concierge service: Those in need of a last-minute styling session can call the Hamptons hotline before noon and receive a styled outfit or perfect hostess gift for an evening poolside cocktail party—just another way to make your summer as seamless as possible. 877-799-0627; net-a-porter.com; mrporter.com; flyblade.com

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MANSION WITH PRIVATE GARAGE • 2 NORTH MOORE STREET, TRIBECA SINGLE FAMILY | 6 BEDROOMS | 7 BATHROOMS | $39,500,000

An unrivaled residence on one of Tribeca’s most exclusive, fabled streets, this majestic mansion with 65’ of frontage and a private garage on a prime corner lot affords its discerning owner a rare and privileged lifestyle. The decadent 11,300 square foot interior and 1500 square feet of priceless private outdoor space is beautifully saturated with natural light by huge windows and numerous oversized skylights.

JOHN H. DUNCAN MANSION • 8 EAST 62ND STREET, UPPER EAST SIDE SINGLE FAMILY | 6 BEDROOMS | 14 BATHROOMS | $84,500,000

Originally constructed in 1903 by John H. Duncan (the legendary architect of Grant’s Tomb) in Beaux-Arts Style, this approximately 15,000 square-foot six-story limestone mansion in triple mint condition sits on what is now one of Manhattans most elite residential blocks.

THE SAN REMO, SOUTH TOWER PENTHOUSE • 145-146 CENTRAL PARK WEST CO-OP | 6 BEDROOMS | 5.5 BATHROOMS | $59,000,000

While each and every unit of the San Remo was designed with unprecedented luxury and detail, each of the penthouses that topped the iconic towers were given special attention. Particular attention was provided to the South Tower Penthouse, which is the only duplex that remained from the original design, and contains a private wrap terrace with the most spectacular views of New York City.

TRIPLEX PENTHOUSE • 1110 PARK AVENUE, CARNEGIE HILL CONDO | 5 BEDROOMS | 5.5 BATHROOMS | $29,500,000

Featuring a timeless Indiana limestone facade, 1110 Park Avenue is an elegantly designed boutique building in keeping with the grand tradition of Carnegie Hill. The full-floor triplex penthouse boasts only the finest finishes and architectural details. The residence features a private rooftop terrace complete with your own pool with breathtaking central park and city views.

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JUST LISTED – NEW CONSTRUCTION Sag Harbor Waterfront Community

2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2016 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS ARE DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

Sag Harbor | $4,495,000 | Luxurious, brand new 5,700 sf residence located in a picturesque Sag Harbor waterfront community. Sited across from the bay, this impeccably designed home features 5 en suite bedrooms, 7 marble baths, grand foyer, library/media room, generous great room with fireplace, open dining area and custom Bakes & Kropps kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and marble countertops, oversized mudroom with laundry, pantry and possible home office, covered breezeway and a 2-car garage. The lower level offers an additional 2,500 sf of living space, ready to be finished as desired, with 11 ft ceilings, windows and a full walk-out staircase. Ideal for entertaining, additional amenities include a heated Gunite pool, shower, extensive bluestone patio with covered dining area, all surrounded by a spacious yard boarded by mature professional landscaping for total privacy. With Community membership available to Northampton Colony Yacht Club and Marina, plus 2 sandy beach access points, all located just down the street, this is the ideal location for boating, kayaking, paddle boarding. The quintessential Hamptons getaway. Completion Summer 2016. Web# H11058 www.34NBA.com

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Southampton | $14,950,000 | Build your dream residence on this 4.5-acre property in one of the most desirable locations in the Southampton Estate section. This is the ďŹ rst time it is on the market in more than half a century. Enter the spectacular grounds through the long, glamorous driveway and ďŹ nd yourself in your own oasis. The existing guest house features 6 bedrooms, 7 baths, formal dining and living room. The property offers additional room for a major main residence and tennis. Web# H50724

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EXCEPTIONAL ESTATES IN THE HAMPTONS 2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2016 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS ARE DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

THE ULTIMATE EAST HAMPTON SANCTUARY | $14,900,000 | This majestic residence represents a rare opportunity to acquire a landmark Hamptons property in the Georgica enclave. Nestled amid an established 3.6 acres of estate-quality grounds and has been architecturally designed to showcase an immaculate old world aesthetic and a luxurious lifestyle. Its grand entrance offers a striking introduction with soaring double-height ceilings and antique oak flooring. There is a Gunite pool with wysteria covered pergola outdoor dining area, pool house and an alfresco terrace. Web# H42884

10-ACRE LOT WITH PERMITS IN SAGAPONACK SOUTH | $25,000,000 | This extraordinary 10-acre lot may quickly become the most coveted plot of land in the Hamptons. After 8 years of planning, a sprawling waterfront lot has been successfully permitted for an amazing residential compound. The result is an incomparably unique oversized property abutting Sagg Pond, intersected by a beautiful stream. An elegant gated entry meanders past the tennis court and livable barn, across a bridge over the stream, and up to the 10,000 +/- sf residence accompanied by a Gunite pool and pool house. Web# H03246

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GRAND ATTERBURY ESTATE WITH 270-DEGREE WATER VIEWS | Southampton | $9,900,000 | Perched upon the highest hilltop of the historical Atterbury Hills Estate section, with unobstructed expansive 270-degree views of Shinnecock Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and Peconic Bay, this 7,000 sf, 6-bedroom, 7-bath Traditional is full of wondrous surprises. Incredible seclusion and cool ocean breezes from this magical 4.5-acre location. Heated Gunite pool and mature landscaping. Room for tennis. Web# H33225

SOUTHAMPTON ESTATE SECTION | Southampton | $9,950,000 | Just off Halsey Neck Lane, in the heart of Southampton’s estate section sits this 6,400 sf quintessential Hamptons Traditional home built in 2005. The 1.8-acre lot is filled with mature plantings and specimen trees, and boasts a heated Gunite pool with spa, cabana and room for tennis. It sits a summer’s stroll away from both the village of Southampton and Cooper’s Beach. The light-filled first floor opens into a grand entry hall and formal library with wainscoting, fireplace and deep-coffered ceilings. Web# H18027

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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE COMPOUND Southampton | $5,490,000 | Web# H38800

2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2016 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS ARE DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

FLYING POINT, CLOSE TO OCEAN, 1.5 ACRES WITH TENNIS Southampton | $5,400,000 | Web# H54722

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QUOGUE VILLAGE WATERFRONT WITH PRIVATE DOCK SLIP AND LANDING – JUST REDUCED | Quogue | $3,750,000 | Meticulous attention to detail is found in this immaculate, neverbefore-listed home. Enjoy the captivating water views from throughout the nearly 6,000 sf Postmodern sited on 1.4 acres of manicured grounds with private waterfront dock and mature landscaping. The use of 9 ft and vaulted ceilings, and the exceptional quality, custom materials, provide for a uniquely refined sophistication. Features include 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, plus 2 additional rooms for guests or offices, mahogany built-ins throughout, custom Casa de sol kitchen with apricot stained maple cabinetry to ceiling height, honed stone countertops, slate backsplash, professional Viking appliances, and Advantium oven. Tasmanian Oak hand stained flooring welcome all into the main entry that fans out to include a sun-drenched great room with fireplace, den, formal dining room, mahogany all season porch, all overlooking the expansive views of Quantuck Inlet. Super-insulation and high-efficiency natural gas heating system with 5-zones result in low utility bills and comfortable year-round living. The enchanting outdoor spaces are highlighted by a newly renovated private dock slip and landing with bulkhead, lower level natural gas-heated pool with brick patio, upper level mahogany decking, and expansive backyard lawn area. Relaxing southwest water views and colorful sunsets embrace this impressive home. Won’t last at this price. Web# H49832

HEART OF WESTHAMPTON BEACH VILLAGE Westhampton Beach | $949,000 | This pristine newly listed lovely Ranch home conveniently located in the charming “Lilac Farms” subdivision and within blocks of the heart of the village, shops, dining, and ocean beaches. This Immaculate 4-bedroom, 3-bath spacious home is sited on .52 acre, cozy fireplace, light filled cathedral living/dining room, eat-in kitchen, and full basement. 16 X 32 pool surrounded by an expansive cedar decking. Web# H49436

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME ON 1.4 ACRES WITH WATER VIEWS Remsenburg | $849,000 | Build your dream home on this newly listed, 1.4-acre wooded lot with water views and private beach at the end of Cedar Lane West in Seatuck Park, Remsenburg. Surrounded by Waterfront Estate homes, makes this wooded piece of property a “Diamond in the Ruff”. Build a 5,000+ sf home with pool and pool house on the most desirable country lane in Remsenburg. Web# H00238

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JIM SALADINO, Lic. R.E. Salesperson O: 631.898.2229 | C: 516.635.8891 james.saladino@elliman.com

ELAINE HAMMOND, Lic. R.E. Salesperson O: 631.898.2238 | C: 516.635.8892 elaine.hammond@elliman.com

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2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2016 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS ARE DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

NEW CLASSIC MODERN FARM HOUSE | Amagansett | $5,595,000 Situated between the village of Amagansett and ocean beaches, this 4,500 sf farm house is thoughtfully detailed to suit the historic district of Meeting House Lane, the home boasts all the technology, amenities and layouts necessary to accommodate the wants of today’s village market. Web# H16653

MAGICAL WATERFRONT | Sag Harbor | $6,500,000 Boater’s dream, 175 ft of bulkheaded waterfront on Shelter Island Sound featuring a 150 ft deep water dock with power and water. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and 180 degree panoramic views including Mashomack Preserve, West Neck, Southold, and sunsets over Noyack Bay. Web# H21017

SHERRILL ROAD | East Hampton | $4,250,000 4,500 sf on three levels. 6 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, Scavolini kitchen, open layout with floor-toceiling glass. 5 en suite bedrooms, media room, guest room/gym, custom Gunite saltwater pool and spa, Crestron Pyng home automation system and detached garage. Web# H20659

HAMPTON WATERS MODERN | East Hampton | $3,295,000 3,000 sf, 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath modern home built to LEED standards, with year-round water views over Three Mile Harbor. Community water access directly across the street. Heated Gunite pool with thermal bluestone surrounds.

EXQUISITE AMAGANSETT TRADITIONAL | Amagansett | $2,595,000 This charming Traditional is about a mile from Amagansett Village. 1.2 generous acres and a heated Gunite pool. The interior is spacious, with a hef’s eat-in kitchen and a lovely dining room. This home features an elegant master bedroom and 4 guestrooms, as well as 4.5 baths. Web# H48172

EAST HAMPTON SOUTH | East Hampton | $4,395,000 This 5,000 sf custom Traditional features a double-height entry and staircase that leads to the great room. The first floor is comprised of an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, library/den, and master suite with bath. The second floor includes 4 guest rooms and an open gallery and Gunite pool. Web# H36215

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DUTCH GAMBREL AT BARN & VINE 29 Barn Lane, Bridgehampton $3,995,000 | Web# H16230

NEW FARRELL CONSTRUCTION 211 Roses Grove, Southampton $3,995,000 | Web# H21116

PERELLO BUILDING MODERN FARMHOUSE, BH SOUTH 119 Newlight Lane, Bridgehampton Lot 1 $5,995,000 | Web# H50251

Here to service all your real estate needs Buy, Sell, Develop with Team Raphael from Southampton to South Beach RAPHAEL AVIGDOR , Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker O: 631.204.2740 | C: 917.991.1077 | raphael.avigdor@elliman.com

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JAMES PEYTON, Lic. R.E. Salesperson O: 631.204.2738 | C: 917.882.5589 | james.peyton@elliman.com


2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2016 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS ARE DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

EXCEPTIONAL WATERFRONT PROPERTY | Water Mill | $7,895,000 | In one of the most prestigious waterfront associations in Water Mill South, this newly listed estate setting is a delightful sight to see. Mature speciman trees grace the grounds overlooking 110 ft of waterfront combined with a new dock on Meyer’s Pond. Room for a 10,000+/- sf home with pool, pool house and tennis. Truly a one of a kind and ready for the buyer with the most discerning of tastes in extraordinary properties. Web# H53829

INCOMPARABLE GEORGICA ESTATE | East Hampton | $11,650,000 | Unparalled attention to detail is the keynote of this new 8,800 sf, 7-bedroom home. Open living spaces with den, indoor and outdoor screening areas, gym, wine cellar, elevator, lush grounds, pool with spa and sun shelf, outdoor kitchen, one mile to Georgica Beach. Web# H51903

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SALLY GILLIES

Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker O: 631.725.2125 | C: 631.903.2937 gioia.dipaolo@elliman.com

Lic. R.E. Salesperson O: 631.537.7106 | C: 631.871.6850 sally.gillies@elliman.com

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WATER MILL ESTATE POOL AND TENNIS | Water Mill | $8,495,000 | A private gated entry leads you to a sprawling modern 10,000 sf estate of state-of-the-art construction and finest quality finishes. Featuring 10 bedrooms and 10.5 baths, with one-of-a-kind views of a 60-acre reserve in exclusive Water Mill on 2 acres of lush greens and park-like landscape package. Enjoy a flawless grand open floor plan of sleek, sun-drenched living spaces warmed by 3 fireplaces, 20 ft soaring paneled great room with coffered ceilings, see-through linear fireplace, with full whiskey bar. A chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s culinary dream, featuring double sets of subzero fridge and freezers and wine storage to accommodate even the largest entertaining and parties. Key features include indoor heated pool and spa, elevator, outdoor heated 20x50 salt water Gunite pool, pool house, 14 zone HVAC systems, first floor radiant heat, with dry and steam saunas, massage room, multi-tiered home theater, additional 4,500 of finished sf lower level, and 3-car garages. Professional tennis and basketball courts for your inner athlete, this exceptional new construction is a tier above the rest. Web# H48687

ERIN DOWNEY Lic. R.E. Salesperson O: 631.204.2776 | C: 516.870.2032 erin.downey@elliman.com

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2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2016 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS ARE DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

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EXTRAORDINARY MODERN OCEANFRONT | WATER MILL | PRICE UPON REQUEST This architectural gem has 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths. It features floor-to-ceiling monolithic glass walls that hydraulically disappear into the floors to open the loft-like living spaces to the ocean and the bay breezes. The property is protected by a steel bulkhead and boasts a full pool house and pool with spa. Web# H38173

OCEANFRONT PERFECTION | WATER MILL | $12,750,000 This lovely, renovated oceanfront home boasts views of both the Atlantic Ocean and Mecox Bay from every room. Featuring a brand new Oceanside spa, the ultimate beach escape has 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, an outdoor shower, expansive Oceanside decks and gourmet kitchen. Web# H41778

LYNDA PACKARD, MBA/MA Lic. R.E. Salesperson The Intelligent Choice

O: 631.204.2747 | C: 214.505.1493 lpackard@elliman.com

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PECONIC BAYFRONT BEAUTY | SOUTHAMPTON | $3,500,000 On a shy acre with 80 ft of bulkheaded Peconic Bay waterfront, this newly renovated Hamptons Traditional boasts 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, a gourmet kitchen, living room with fireplace and sun porch with dining area. Facing west for sunsets and endless water views. Web# H33179


WATERFRONT LIVING IN PRIVATE COMMUNITY Sag Harbor | $3,500,000 | With the bay and private beach just a few hundred feet away, this Traditional has views of both the bay and pristine brackish pond. 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half baths with luxury fixtures, marble countertops and floors. Beautiful Gunite pool and bath house. Web# H51130

WATERFRONT WITH DOCK AND VIEWS GALORE | Shelter Island | $4,500,000 Behind tall privet hedges and mature specimen trees is this classic restored 1888 shingle style farmhouse located in Montclair Colony on protected West Neck Harbor. Seaside screened porch, with views of the beach, dock and water. Heated Gunite pool, 3-car garage. Web# H12066

COMING SOON | Water MIll | Price Upon Request 6 bedrooms, 6 baths, over 5,000 sf of living space, heated Gunite pool, pool house. Ready for Mid-July occupancy.

4-BEDROOM, 3.5-BATH SOUTH OF THE HIGHWAY HOME | Bridgehampton | $2,555,000 South of the highway in the heart of Bridgehampton Village is this mid-century with warm contemporary vibe. Expansive living room has an open floor plan with hardwood floors, woodburning fireplace and walls of glass. Heated Gunite pool, pool house. Web# H49858

VILLAGE LIVING | Sag Harbor | $1,499,000 Situated behind hedges on a quiet village Street, this 3-bedroom, 3-bath home offers stylish interiors including living room, dining room and den, The backyard features a heated pool and mature gardens. Close to village shops and restaurants. Web# H43964

PATRICK MCLAUGHLIN

Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker O: 631.725.0200 | C: 917.359.4138 patrick.mclaughlin@elliman.com

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2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2016 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS ARE DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

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1) 82 Osborne Lane, EH | $2,250,000 | Web# H43188

9) 60 Seabreeze Lane, Amag | $4,500,000 | Web# H0159434

2) 64 Sherrill Road, EH | $4,595,000 | Web# H20659

10) 78 Meeting House Lane, Amag | $5,595,000 | Web# H16653

3) 60 Sherrill Road, EH | $2,600,000 | Web# H38956

11) 40 Further Lane, EH | Price Upon Request | Web# H24136

4) 47 Huntting Lane, EH | $8,250,000 | Web# H37063

12) 64 West End Road, EH | $13,500,000 | Web# H19660

5) 247 Cove Hollow Rd, EH (Land, 2.5 acres) | $7,795,000 | Web# H00400

13) Cove Hollow Road, EH | $3,150,000 | Web# H45855

6) 200 Georgica Road, EH | $11,650,000 | Web# H51903

14) 466 Further Lane, EH | $22,500,000 | Web# H31500

7) 242 Marine Boulevard, Amag | $12,995,000 | Web# H45352

15) 18 Further Court, Amag | $11,500,000 | Web# H54172

8) 45 Whalers Lane, Amag | $9,500,000 | Web# H14311

16) 210 Cove Hollow Road, EH | $3,150,000 | Web# H45855

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BEAUTIFUL HAMPTONS WATERFRONTS

CREATE YOUR OWN ESTATE Southampton Village | $17,888,000/Each | Two 3.5-acre building parcels with 250 ft of waterfront on Phillips Pond with unobstructed views to the ocean. Permits in place for a 12,000 sf main house, pool, pool house, and tennis court. Available individually or as a package. Web# H01277 & H01231 Raymond Smith O: 631.204.2728

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE ESTATE SECTION Southampton | $10,995,000 | This is a rare opportunity to own this shy 2-acre, waterfront property on the most coveted stretch of Captains Neck Lane. This 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath home has a saltwater dock and heated Gunite pool. Web# H33413 Susan Hovdesven O: 631.204.2710 | Raymond Smith O: 631.204.2728

MEADOW LANE WATERFRONT Southampton | $5,495,000 | This wonderful beach house is on the bay across the street from the ocean on renowned Meadow Lane. Double-height ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows exposing the vast water views. bedrooms, 3 baths, and a stainless and marble kitchen overlooking the bay. Web# H0144081 Michaela Keszler O: 631.204.2743 | Luisa Keszler O: 631.204.2758

SAG HARBOR WATERFRONT COMPOUND Sag Harbor | $5,480,000 | This gated waterfront compound offers spectacular sunsets and unobstructed views of Noyac Bay, Shelter Island and the North Fork. On 1.2 acres there are 2 separate parcels that include a main house, pool house/garage, infinity pool, 2-car garage and dock. Web# H42784 Brenda Giufurta O: 631.204.2770

SOUTHAMPTON OFFICE 70 Jobs Lane Southampton, NY 631.283.4343

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2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2016 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS ARE DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

AMAGANSETT SOUTH NEW RENOVATION Amagansett | $11,500,000 | This superiorly crafted and designed home displays timeless “cottage style” living. Located in a secluded setting in one of the most desirable locations within a short distance to ocean beaches and Amagansett village. Web# H54172 Lori MacGarva C: 516.242.9633 | Robert Kohr C: 631.871.8774

AMAGANSETT DUNES NEW CONSTRUCTION Amagansett | $12,995,000 | Winner of prestigious Archi award. This Stelle-LomontRouhani designed modern almost waterfront with views and private beach access and salt water pool is ready to move in. Web# H45352 Bonny Aarons C: 516.383.0333 | Janette Goodstein C: 516.380.7341

SEABREEZE – AMAGANSETT Amagansett | $4,500,000 | Perched high on a bluff to capture the wide open ocean views, this shingled 2-story immaculate, 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath home features an open kitchen/ breakfast room and airy living room. Web# H0159434 Bonny Aarons C: 516.383.0333 | Janette Goodstein C: 516.380.7341

LORI MACGARVA Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker | O: 631.329.9400 | C: 516.242.9633 | lori.macgarva@elliman.com ROBERT KOHR Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker | O: 631.267.7375 | C: 631.871.8774 | robert.kohr@elliman.com BONNY AARONS Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker | O: 631.267.7369 | C: 516.383.0333 | bonny.aarons@elliman.com JANETTE GOODSTEIN Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker | O: 631.267.7317 | C: 516.380.7341 | janette.goodstein@elliman.com KNOWN GLOBALLY. LOVED LOCALLY.


UNIQUE SPOTLIGHT LISTINGS

MODERN MASTERPIECE WAINSCOTT SOUTH $5,950,000 | Also August-LD Rental $95,000 | Main house with 5 bedrooms plus a 730 sf detached Studio both with full basements. Chefs Kitchen, Den, Outdoor Lounge, Ozone filtered Gunite pool, Radiant Geo-Thermal and Solar heat, Garage, Sonos Sound system. Web# H45670 Lori Barbaria O: 631.537.6041 C: 516.702.5649, lbarbaria@elliman.com

GEORGICA PONDFRONT - WEST END ROAD - SUNSETS East Hampton | $13,500,000 | Complete privacy on Georgica Pond with fabulous sunset views. Ocean access, kayak or deeded path to beach. Waterside Gunite pool. Secluded and surrounded by preserved land. House is 5,500 sf with beach stone fireplaces. Web# H19660 Bonny Aarons O: 631.267.7369, C: 516.383.0333 Janette Goodstein O: 631.267.7317, C: 516.380.7341

A MYRIAD OF POSSIBILITIES Bridgehampton | $7,995,000 | Enjoy cocktails in the 1800’s wing and move on to dinner in the fabulous new wing with great room overlooking 2.9 acres and a farmer’s field. Wonderful compound with 12-room home, legal 1-bedroom cottage and 2-car garage. Coveted south of the highway location. Web# H43588 Barbara Brundige O: 631.725.0200, C: 516.242.7878

BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH - PRIME CUL-DE-SAC Bridgehampton | $5,895,000 | The ideal 4-bedroom, 4,000 sf Postmodern with Gunite pool and pool house on a 1.4-acre property sits on a cul-de-sac of beautiful homes. The house across the street sold for $12M. Enjoy this one as is, or build new with room for house, pool house, garage and tennis court. Web# H49494 Mosel Katzter O: 631.537.4203, C: 917.865.2943

NEW CONSTRUCTION WITH BAY VIEWS Water Mill | $4,995,000 | This 8,500 sf Gambrel on almost 5 acres offers 8 bedrooms, professional kitchen, screenedin porch, 4 fireplaces, finished walk-out lower level, pool, pool house and tennis court. Breathtaking views, and sunsets. Close to town and beaches. Web# H37544 Aaron Curti O: 631.204.2744, C: 516.903.8406

AMAGANSETT DUNES WITH POOL AND TENNIS Amagansett | $4,695,000 | Only a short block away from ocean beaches, this like-new construction is the new standard of living in the Amagansett Dunes. This high-end home, just shy of 3,700+/- sf, offers thoughtful design and a discerning attention to detail. Heated pool and sand dunes nearly 4 acres. Web# H48514 Erin Downey O: 631.204.2776, C: 516.870.2032

BRIDGEHAMPTON FOREVER VIEWS - MUST BE SEEN Bridgehampton | Just Drastically Reduced to $2,899,000 This magnificent 1-acre, 4-bedroom property surrounded by farmland (agriculture reserve), with distant ocean views, offers privacy and convenience to both Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor villages. Web# H15562 Lynda Ireland O: 631.537.6439, C: 516.909.3311

THE BEST OF BISHOPS POND Southampton | $1,895,000 | Village condo Boasting over 4,000 sf. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, gourmet kitchen, great room and finished lower level. professionally decorated end unit with garage and private outdoor space. Enjoy the club house, with pool, tennis and gym. Close to ocean beaches and Southampton village. Web# H53837 Aaron Curti O: 631.204.2744, C: 516.903.8406

WATERFRONT HOME East Hampton | $1,649,400 | This warm and welcoming harborfront home strikes the ideal balance with every desirable amenity. Beautifully renovated and meticulously cared for, the 2,000+/- sf floor plan offers 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Web# H43110 William Wolff O: 631.267.7345, C: 917.549.0617

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EXQUISITE MA NHATTA N LIVING

641 FIFTH AVE, 35BC | $6,450,000 Olympic Tower Condominium’s exclusive triple mint loft-like convertible 3 to 4 bedroom home is an amazing opportunity for those seeking a rarely available spacious condo home. Web# 2085829. Nancy Smith, O: 212.891.7787

60 SUTTON PLACE SOUTH, 10DEN | $3,595,000 Expansive light-filled 8-room home, with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 terraces, river views, and in mint condition. Located in a luxury full-service coop with garage, and pets are welcomed. Web# 2371424. Richelle Spindell, O: 212.891.7643

641 FIFTH AVE, 37F | $2,495,000 High floor triple mint 1-bedroom, 1.5-bath home with Southern NYC views of the Empire State Building and the NYC skyline clear out to the harbor and the Statue of Liberty. Web# 2309288. Nancy Smith, O: 212.891.7787

150 EAST 69TH STREET, 11B | $2,395,000 This elegant sprawling home is beautifully renovated, featuring a gracious entry foyer, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, dining room, windowed eat-in kitchen, W/D, and large closets. Web# 2392349. Arleen Winick, O: 212.891.7230

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MODERN WORK OF ART Bedford, NY | $7,495,000 | Award-winning architects Ogawa and Depardon designed this striking custom retreat on 20 acres. Indoor pool, spa, wine cellar, 3 fireplaces, reflecting pool and Koi pond, gym, theater, and paddle court. Less than 1hr from NYC. Web# 4610550. Elizabeth Audet, C: 914.494.5921, O: 914.234.4590

ONE OF RIVERSIDE BOULEVARD’S BEST 240 Riverside Blvd, 27B | $5,495,000 | Beautiful, highfloor, mint condition Southwest corner 3-bedroom featuring top-of-the-line finishes and spectacular views from every room. Meticulously updated and elegant. Web# 2375912. Michael Kafka, O: 212.769.6563

SPECTACULAR RIVER AND PARK VIEWS 170 East End Ave, 11D | $4,600,000 | Exquisite 3-bedroom apartment featuring a large living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchen, 2.5 marble bathrooms, and 10-ft 3-inch ceilings. Web# 2406875. Andreas Wohl Lucas, C: 917.626.4884, O: 917.626.4884

DESIGNER HOME AT THE ALDYN 60 Riverside Blvd, 1412 | $4,250,000 | Stunning corner 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath with spectacular city view, and 3 exposures to the North, South, and East. Web# 2389219. Douglas Travaglione, O: 646.505.5685 Andrew Azoulay, O: 212.460.0601

LOFT-LIKE 4-BEDROOM HOME 155 East 76th St, 4FG | $3,497,000 | Sunny South-facing 4-bedroom, 3-bath home with many closets including 3 walk-ins just in the master bedroom. Garage in building, double storage bins and low maintenance. Web# 2377083. Kathryn Bregman, C: 917.592.8936, O: 212.702.4077

GRAND PREWAR CLASSIC 7 250 West 94th St, 6A | $3,095,000 | Rarely available, oversized classic 7.5-room home at The Stanton. Ideal layout, consisting of 3/4 bedrooms, grand living and dining rooms, and eat-in kitchen. Web# 2384777. Larry Brookner, O: 212.769.6595

SPACIOUS DESIGNER LOFT 130 West 30th St, 3C | $2,795,000 | This sprawling loft has a double-wide living room, 3 bedrooms (easily could be 4 bedrooms), 3 full baths, an oversized open kitchen and 11-ft ceilings. Web# 2381385. Vickey Barron, O: 212.891.7604

SPRAWLING LOFT-LIKE CONDO 111 Fulton St, 324 | $2,245,000 | South-facing, 2-bedroom/home office, high-end open kitchen, 11-ft ceilings, W/D, private deeded storage. District Condo is a pet-friendly building featuring 18,000 sf of amenities. Web# 2404282. Alexandra Bellak, O: 212.891.7147 David Cooper, C: 917.751.7440

SPRAWLING FULL-FLOOR HOME 170 Fifth Ave | $21,900 per month | This exquisite lightfilled 4-bedroom, 3-bath, facing Madison Square Park, features a chef’s kitchen, W/D, large closets and storage. Web# 2403368. Rene Eskengren, O: 646.509.3729

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SPECTACULAR LUXURY TOWNHOUSE 311 West 90th St $12,900,000 The ideal balance between contemporary and classic design, a 6-story, 20-ft wide rebuilt townhouse with outdoor space. Close to Riverside Park. Web# 2218111. Nancy Arzanipour O: 212.702.4014 George Vanderploeg O: 212.891.7621 Gail Bomze O: 212.350.2294

UNIQUE LOFT STYLE PENTHOUSE 105 Hudson St, PH11A | $8,500,000 | Sprawling, light-filled haven with 3 bedrooms (flexible 4) and 3.5 baths featuring one of the largest outdoor spaces (approx. 3,300 sf) in Downtown Manhattan. Web# 2173077. Ariel Tavivian, O: 212.319.4109 Lenny Sporn, O: 212.319.4109

EVERLASTING ELEGANCE Greenwich, CT | $18,800,000 | Sophisticated and sun-filled property provides 5 generous bedroom suites, elevator, indoor basketball court, wine cellar, pool, pool house, tennis and bocce courts. Web# CT94467. Lyn Stevens, C: 203.912.6720

BOUNTIFUL ELEGANCE 26 Bank St | $22,000,000 | Ideal location, LEED Certif. townhouse of exquisite scale, flawless condition, and suffused with light. Celebrated West Village block. A singular offering. Web# 2345811. Jan Hashey O: 212.206.2804 | Steve Halprin, O: 212.206.2803 Leslie Mason, O: 212.206.2810

OWN A PIECE OF THE SKY 23 East 22nd St | $15,000,000 | Amazing views from every room of this 52nd full-floor, 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence. 1 Madison is a full-service condo in one of the best locations. Web# 2426927. Suzanne Sealy, O: 212.891.7619

MANSION MASTERPIECE 120 East End Ave | $18,000,000 | Unprecedented in proportion, this magnificent, 2-story, 17-room, 6-bedroom, sun-flooded, full-service coop offers an elegant, sophisticated experience unparalled in New York City. Web# 2045087. Edward Seisdedos, C: 917.882.4320 O:212.350.8500

SPECTACULAR PARK VIEWS 1 Central Park West, 28G | $8,995,000 | Remarkable Central Park and open city views can be enjoyed from the privacy of your own spacious 2-bedroom (flexible 3-bedroom), 2.5-bath home at the premier 1 Central Park West. Web# 2331250. Ariel Tavivian, O: 212.319.4109 Lenny Sporn, O: 212.319.4109

LEGENDARY UPPER WEST SIDE PENTHOUSE 135 West 70th St, PHBC | $9,900,000 | One-of-akind 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath penthouse at the Pythian condominium. Approx. 1,500 sf dedicated terrace facing East towards Central Park, and North and South views. Web# 2382731. Ariel Tavivian, O: 212.319.4109 Lenny Sporn, O: 212.319.4109


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126 West 22nd Street, 12S | $9,095,000 | Exquisite condo with enormous roof terrace offering incredible downtown panoramas that stretch all the way to One World Trade Center. Possible combination with lower floor, 11S, to create your triplex dream home with up to 5 bedrooms. Elliman.com/ 2264723

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33 East 74th Street, PH2 | $37,000,000 4 Bedrooms | 4.5 Bathrooms | Condo | Web# 1982864

Baccarat Hotel and Residences | $22,000,000 4 Bedrooms | 4.5 Bathrooms | Condo | Web# 2338956

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Rolling in the Deep Actress Blake Lively takes the plunge in the summer blockbuster The Shallows, then swims in glamour in her first Woody Allen picture, Café Society. By Jill SieR acki Photography by gu y aRoch

Floral gown, Etro ($5,560). Neiman Marcus, Roosevelt Field Mall, Garden City, 516-368-0500; neimanmarcus.com

Blake lively burst onto the Hollywood scene in 2005 with her role in the popular coming-of-age film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, but it was as Serena van der Woodsen on the hit series Gossip Girl that she became a genuine star. Now, with two eagerly anticipated films arriving in theaters this summer, expect Blake Lively fever to hit an all-time high. First up is The Shallows, a Castawaystyle drama that pits the actress—alone— against a great white shark. “There would be cameras on helicopters and we’d be doing 16-minute takes, so it would go from out of the water, to in the water, to underwater, to getting hurt, to being attacked— it was very intense in every way,” Lively says. “The roles that I like to play are roles that challenge me, that scare me, or are ones that I don’t feel like I can do. Doing an isolation film made me work new muscles every way, in both the literal sense and the figurative sense.” Later this year, she’ll be seen as part of the ensemble cast in her first Woody Allen film: Café Society, a 1930s love story that swings between Hollywood and New York, costarring Jesse Eisenberg, Steve Carell, and Parker Posey. “[Woody] creates a very pleasant set where everybody’s just happy to be there and happy to be making a movie, and happy to be a part of film history,” says Lively. “For him to have that confidence in you almost gives you the confidence in yourself to just go with the flow. And those are the moments that he really likes, the found moments, the moments that aren’t written but just happen.”

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Here, Lively talks about her two new films, redcarpet dressing, and the time and places in the Hamptons that capture her fancy. The Shallows is a new genre for you; what attracted you to the role? I really like the idea of a film where two creatures are just doing their best to survive. A few years ago, I spent time with [conservationist] Michael Rutzen—I dove with great whites and I went from having that standard primal fear that people have of sharks to really appreciating them and understanding them and respecting them. So what I love about this film is that it gives you an inside [perspective] on sharks. You get to see that we’re pushing them into more shallow water because of global warming, and they’re just doing their best to survive, too. And this film is also a summer movie—it’s thrilling, it’s very much fantasy-driven. When you see the shark, he’s incredibly large, and I think there’s a clear distinction between fantasy and reality. Many of the scenes you had to carry alone. What was that acting experience like? Ninety-nine percent of this movie was me acting to a piece of pink tape or a man with a shark fin swimming around me in circles just so the camera could track where the shark would be CGI’d later. That was incredibly challenging because I really

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Blake Lively in a scene from her new thriller The Shallows.

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appreciate having a costar to play off of and I feel like they always make me better. This movie, I only had my imagination to play off of. Also coming this summer is Café Society, which has a big ensemble cast. How was the filming process different for you as compared to The Shallows? Woody [Allen] shoots incredibly short days. Most things are one shot, one to two takes. You’ve got a great ensemble cast; it’s fast-paced, talky, talky, talky dialogue, tons of improv, where The Shallows is by and large a pretty quiet movie. The process couldn’t have been more different, but that’s also what I appreciated and enjoyed about each one. What was it like working with Woody Allen? It’s really cool to work with a director who’s done so much, because he knows exactly what he wants. The fact that he does one shot for an entire scene—[and] this could be a scene with eight people and one to two takes—it gives you a level of confidence because when he’s got it, he knows he’s got it. He also is really encouraging as to why he cast you, so he’ll say, “Say the dialogue that’s written and then you can improvise for a while.” And his dialogue is so specific, and it’s speaking in a 1930s dialect and [with period] references, so it’s intimidating to think, Oh, let me just improvise there and hope that my words blend seamlessly alongside Woody Allen’s. Which they clearly wouldn’t and don’t. But he’s very empowering. There are a lot of big-name stars in Café Society. Was there someone on set you particularly gravitated to or who taught you something about your craft? I spent my time mostly with Jesse Eisenberg and Parker Posey, and both of them were so welcoming and so kind. Luckily, both of them had worked with Woody before, so they had experience in what the process was like. The first day I met Parker, she knew how nervous I was, and she reached under the table and grabbed my hand and just held it when Woody came over to give us notes after the first take. That was really nice to feel so quietly seen and supported. The costumes and sets for Café Society are just spectacular. What was it like dressing up and playing around in that throwback era? The costumes and set were terrific. They were like stepping into a Woody Allen movie. We were saying that when we were there, because he also really creates the environment that you see on screen. Normally when you’re making a movie, the movie doesn’t come to life until you’re watching it in theaters. When you’re in a Woody Allen movie, if there’s a band playing, then there’s a band there in person playing beautiful 1930s

music. It’s really neat to feel like you’re actually in the world as you’re shooting, and it helps to make your performance more authentic. Fashion speaking, your red-carpet style has been documented, discussed, and heralded around the globe. What do you gravitate toward when it comes to red-carpet dressing? It’s mood-based, it’s environment-based, knowing what the event is. Something like Cannes, for example, is incredibly Old Hollywood, glamorous, iconic; there’s the wind of the Côte d’Azur—you want things that will blow in the wind, that will look beautiful in the sun, that drip down a sweeping staircase. It’s the same thing with the Met: You think of the staircase that your outfit could drip down. You sort of look at the event cinematically and you think, What character do I want to play? Red carpet is not real life, so you’re always sort of playing a character when you’re on it. In your own time, how would you describe your style? My style is very much a reflection of my experiences and my moods, who I am and where I’ve traveled. Whenever I travel, I like to discover little shops and restaurants and artists and artisans, and I love that to be a part of my story. So my design aesthetic, whether it’s in my home or on my body, is very much an unfolding of my experiences and my stories. And that can be incredibly casual—it can be jeans and a T-shirt—but it’s my dad’s T-shirt maybe. It’s stuff that normally means something to me. And it’s also very personal and relaxed. I also like to dress up, though; I also think that’s relaxing—to put on a great pair of Louboutins. Clearly you have so much happening this summer, from your recent trip to Cannes to promoting your films. Will you have any time to unwind in the Hamptons? It’s been a while since I’ve been [to the Hamptons]. I had a friend whose parents’ family had a house here, and we would sneak up with a group of friends every fall. We would go apple picking; we would go to all the local restaurants and shops. There’s no cookie in the world like Levain Bakery. Boy, boy, that chocolate peanut butter cookie. And Breadzilla—oh, that monkey bread! But we would go and just cook and eat and apple-pick and walk along the beach at night when it’s cold, and there was something really romantic about that. [There is] something really romantic about how intimate the place can be, especially in the fall because there’s not as many people. You see the familiar [shops and restaurants] that pop up, which is cool, but what I really appreciate are the ones that are just local, because that makes it special. That’s what carves the experience.

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FIRE AWAY! Sizzling, smoking, and simply irresistibleâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;six Hamptons chefs abandon the kitchen for the ultimate summer surface, the barbecue. by SYlvIE BIgAR photography by Doug Young


GeorGe HirscH chef & TV personality What does July 4 mean to you? More grills are lit on Independence Day than any other day. When I started my show on PBS more than 20 years ago, we grilled burgers and dogs because no one was doing that. But now, people are more adventurous and the equipment is much more sophisticated and powerful. What do you grill? In July on the East End, it’s all about what’s local, particularly the veggies. When corn first appears, at its freshest you can just throw it on and dress it with a little butter, but basically you want to leave it alone. But then there’s the colorful peppers, the eggplant, and then the tomatoes. Best grilling tip? I grill a variety of vegetables the day before the party, chill them, and then I mix them with potatoes for a very healthy potato salad. What’s your favorite meat for the grill? For me, it’s steak! And when I say steak, I mean rib eye, because the marbling is what makes it delicious. But let’s not forget that we’re surrounded by water, so I also love to make fish on a cedar plank placed on the grill. The plank has been soaked and treated with oil, so all you have to do is place the fish on it, close the grill, and wait. What about for dessert? Fruits on the grill bring out the child in everybody, but I also like to grill a tortilla and then put on marshmallows, chocolate, and banana with a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar. Most unexpected item to grill? Many years ago, we were doing a TV show down in Georgia and I decided to grill mustard greens. The Southern ladies loved it, but they all went, “Oh my! Oh my!”

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SCOTT CONANT Impero Caff è, NYC What does July 4 mean to you? Ah, July 4! What a great American tradition. At home with the family, I consume a copious amount of barbecue. I love a great brisket dripping moisture and spices, slow-cooked with a sweet and sour tang. To me, barbecue is all about slow and low-flame. Or think about the act of eating ribs— so sensual! And at the restaurant? For cocktail events at our private dining space in Soho, we sometimes serve bite-size balsamic-glazed ribs off the bone, with the right balance between bitter and sweet. What is your ideal July 4 menu? First, I always throw wood chips on the grill to get a more earthy flavor, more smokiness. I love a branzino filled with oregano, dill parsley, and lemon. Then I cover it with aluminum foil and smoke it. How has barbecue evolved? There are so many great restaurants now, so much talent and much more creativity. My wife, Meltem, is Turkish, so we often make eggplant on the grill. Can you smell the char? Then you peel and purée it with olive oil, lemon, and sprigs of mint—and we’re good!

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“I love a great brisket dripping moisture and spices, slow-cooked with a sweet and sour tang.” —scott conant


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“My friend has a grill in Sag Harbor, and we had the best time grilling shellfish there in the dead of winter.” —alex guarnaschelli

Alex GuArnAschelli Butter, NYC What does grilling mean to you? The number of ingredients that have now become mainstream is incredible. From taro to celery root, they’re now readily available. Also, we have evolved from checking a recipe in a cookbook to Google and finding three different cultures for each concept. What are your thoughts on barbecue? Barbecue is serious in this country, and deeply regional— from the pit masters and the whole hog cooked overnight to which sauce or dry-rub to choose. What about grilling? Grilling is just a facet of barbecue. There are so many ways to grill, from my hibachi grill to driving your smoker to your friends’ house on July 4. My friend has a grill in Sag Harbor, and we had the best time grilling shellfish there in the dead of winter. Where will you be for July 4? Every year, my mother used to make “barbecue chicken” baked in the oven, potato salad, and blueberry pie, so now we make our own versions. One year we made nine pies!

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“In the summer, you want to take advantage of the bounty of the farmstands and get creative.”


KATIE LEE TV personality What does July 4 mean to you? I love the classics, burgers and dogs, but today there are so many ways to customize them—turkey, bison, or even shrimp burgers. And one can vary the toppings. For a Southern hint, I use pimento cheese. We want organic hot dogs, too, not junk anymore. And how about lamb ribs instead of pork ribs? What are your favorite dishes? I love making pizza on the grill! Either you make the dough from scratch or you can buy it from a pizza parlor. The key is to make sure the grates are clean before you stretch the dough and place it on the grill. One minute and the pizza puffs up, then you turn it over and it’s done. And the toppings? In the summer, you want to take advantage of the bounty of the farmstands and get creative. The trick is to see what looks good and then decide. I like to mix peaches and arugula with ricotta. Or perhaps a corn and scallions pizza! Any grilling tips? Make sure the grill is clean and, if necessary, pick up cut lemons with your tongs to scrape off any bits. What about when you’re grilling chicken? Grilled breast of chicken can become dry, so get a whole chicken and ask your butcher to butterfly it so that the skin and bones protect the moisture. Then you can prepare it Chinesestyle or with lemon and oregano. The key is to allow the meat to rest for a while before you cut and serve it, so the juices get a chance to redistribute. Any recommendation on which grill to get? There’s no need for a fancy grill! I love my simple kettle charcoal one. And on July 4, I plan to stay home in Water Mill and hang out with friends by the pool.


Joseph Realmuto Townline BBQ What does barbecue mean to you? Today, home enthusiasts have access to a whole slew of grills and smokers, but many people call grilling “barbecue.” My father used to say, “Let’s make a barbecue” when he meant “Let’s grill outside.” What we learned when we went to Texas prior to opening is that “barbecue” means cooking and smoking larger pieces of meat over a long period of time. “Grilling” means cooking smaller pieces directly over the heat source for short periods. At Townline, we barbecue; we don’t have a grill! What else did you learn? We spoke to many pit masters and loved the dry-rub beef ribs with the barbecue sauce on the side, or pork ribs you can bite into but not off-the-bone tender. I wish we could have a smaller menu and say we open at 11 am and we close when it’s all gone… What are your thoughts on barbecue sauce? We have three—what we call regular barbecue sauce, then the hot one with jalapeño and habañero, and our vinegar, garlic, onion mix. And then there’s our honey chipotle sauce, which I love on wings! What do you grill at home? Besides chicken and meat, I love to grill the fish I’ve caught myself, be it porgies or striped bass. We also grill tons of veggies. We make pizza on a pizza stone. Townline BBQ, 3593 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 537-2271; townlinebbq.com


“I love to grill the fish I’ve caught myself, be it porgies or striped bass.” —joseph realmuto

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Marc Murphy Landmarc, Ditch Plains, NYC What does barbecue mean to you? At the house in Bridgehampton, I love cooking on our outdoor wood-burning grill—from soft-shell crabs to charring shallots and scallions, and even the potatoes I simmer

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with onions on the upper drawer. But one of my favorite dishes is lamb chops scottadito—so called because they’re so good, you can’t wait until they cool down to start gnawing, so they burn the fingers [“scottadito” is Italian for “burned fingers”]—dripping with olive oil and herbes de Provence. Best grilling tips? It’s key to put enough

seasoning on the meat before grilling: salt, pepper, and herbs to buzz it all up. In the morning, we use a spice grinder so that while you cook, you can just dip into your mixture, still fresh and vibrant. What are your thoughts on barbecue sauce? I like it, but it beats the hell out of a palate! I like to dab a drop of it on an oyster

before placing it on the grill, but I’m more of a lemon zest and garlic kind of guy. Then there’s my beer can chicken, where the beer steams the bird while the heat makes it crispy on the outside. How do you prepare fish on the grill? I have my own method! Have you heard of a La Caja China or a China box? It’s a wooden cooking box,

perhaps inspired by a contraption used by Chinese rail workers in Cuba. It’s usually best to roast a pig, but I like to use it to roast a whole fish filled with citrus, parsley, and thyme. Where will you be this July 4? With friends and family, people standing around the grill with beer or a glass of rosé in their hands. Casual and fun.

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“I like to dab a drop of barbecue sauce on an oyster before placing it on the grill, but I’m more of a lemon zest and garlic kind of guy.” —marc murphy


Maidstone Milestone The East End’s most celebrated (and sometimes controversial) club is going strong at 125! by Emily J. WEitz

Cordelia Menges and her siblings spent their teens at the Maidstone Club in the ’50s and ’60s, and they’re all still members today. She even recalls when women were restricted from teeing off at certain times—men’s foursomes had priority. Those days are gone, and today women have earned a fair share of time on the fairways, and couples or families hold most of the early morning tee times. However, with an expansive stretch of oceanfront, Maidstone is much more than a golf and tennis club. Yes, there are 23 tennis courts, two paddle tennis courts, 27 holes of golf, and a practice range, but there’s also a clubhouse restaurant and pub room, bars, and a beach snack bar. Wandering through the storied ballroom, out onto the veranda, and gazing out over the sweeping expanse of ocean, it’s easy to wonder about the people who spent their lives at this place, and imagine where their favorite corners were. Menges owns a cabana—they’re awarded by seniority—and one of her favorite things is sitting there with her children and grandchildren as the waves roll in. For another member, it’s teeing off with his grandson at 7:30 in the

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morning. Another loves sitting in the oaky library reading a book, and another treasures his coffee on the beach over the Sunday Times. It all sounds so lovely, so civilized. But for more than a century, the Maidstone Club has been a secret perched in the heart of East Hampton for outsiders to admire—or resent. This at-arm’s-length disposition has cultivated a rumor mill that necessitated some clarity. For instance, was Diana Ross truly excluded? Not according to those who were there. Apparently Diana Ross started dating a recently divorced member, Arne Naess, in 1985. He resigned his membership when he got divorced, and stopped coming to East Hampton entirely. According to the tabloids, the Maidstone wouldn’t let Ross in. But according to the Maidstone, she never applied. And then there’s the rumor that Chevy Chase was a member until he made Caddyshack, after which he was promptly kicked out. Again, denied. Caddyshack was made in 1980, and Chase joined in 1989. He’s still a member to this day. The reputation for conservatism, though, doesn’t come from nowhere. The very first president of the Maidstone Club, Dr. Everett Herrick, was


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known around town as a trusted physician and a man of deep principles. According to The Maidstone Club: The First 50 Years, a comprehensive history written by Averill Geus, “Dr. Herrick was a moving spirit in founding the Maidstone Club in 1891… He ruled with a rod of iron.” Among the seemingly innocuous pastimes that Dr. Herrick resisted were drinking, Sunday golf, and even afternoon tea. “He was, to put it mildly, ultraconservative,” wrote Samuel T. Skidmore, a member of the club under Dr. Herrick’s leadership. “He objected to having a telephone put in the club, and when I suggested that afternoon tea be served, he put his foot down hard. Our biggest fight came on the question of Sunday golf.” As long as Dr. Herrick lived, alcohol was strictly prohibited at the Club, and after his passing in 1914, he decreed that if the club were to take the $7,500 left in his will, it would never serve alcohol. This lasted through Prohibition, when then-treasurer Clifford McCall lamented to a member that the club couldn’t put in a bar. After all, if there was no bar at Maidstone, members might be forced to pop into one of the “undesirable roadhouses that had sprung up like mushrooms during Prohibition.” The next day, McCall received a check for $7,500, the library received its legacy from Dr. Herrick, and, in 1934, the club finally applied for a license to serve liquor. But conservatism isn’t the same as snobbery, and in fact, at its founding, the Maidstone Club saw itself as a coalition for the people. According to The East Hampton Star in August of 1891, 14 incorporators came together to purchase 18 acres overlooking Hook Pond, the ocean, and the dunes, from Henry D. Hedges for $14,000; 31 stockholders held 145 shares, at $100 per share. Annual dues were set at $15 per member with wife and children under 10. “The setup was simple,” wrote The Maidstone Club author Averill Geus. “Dues could be within reach of all, whether millionaires or impecunious artists.” While conservatism may have persisted in its own modern incarnation, accessibility to the masses has not. Annual dues at Maidstone today are more

ABOVE, FROM LEFT: Historical postcards showing the Maidstone Club’s pool and cabanas and a view of the circa-1940s clubhouse. OPPOSITE PAGE: Mrs. Lorenzo E. Woodhouse, creator of the Garden Club of East Hampton and a Maidstone member, attending a society party in 1946.

“EAST HAMPTON, WHILE SIMPLE IN SOME WAYS, WAS FORMAL TO A DEGREE UNIMAGINABLE NOW.”

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than most people’s entire salaries, and getting in takes a lot more than money. Mainly, members say, that’s because of legacies. Kids grow up at the Maidstone and, unsurprisingly, they want to join as adults. Leadership has attempted to limit legacies to only half of new membership, but it’s difficult to exclude their own children. But as much as the 1 percent built the Maidstone, so too did the artists. One of the founding members was Thomas Moran, the painter, who was also a magnet for other artists of the time. American Impressionist Frederick Childe Hassam often painted the Maidstone links, and painters Francis and Richard Newton were on the original charter of the club. In the first half of the 20th century, the club suffered through two great fires (1901 and 1922). Each time, the building was quickly rebuilt, and the society culture thrived. The years of the second clubhouse were marked by weekly dances, and Mrs. E.J. Vaughan became a staple of the social scene. “Young people returning home to waiting-up mothers were always asked, ‘Did you say good night to Mrs. Vaughan?’” wrote Geus. “East Hampton, while simple in some ways, was formal to a degree unimaginable now.” Roger Bullard designed the third, and current, clubhouse; it opened in 1924. It stood strong through the Great New England Hurricane of 1938, which destroyed the grounds and the golf course, but left the clubhouse mostly intact. After World War II, East Hampton really started changing, as did the rest of Long Island (read: Levittown). Between 1950 and 1960, the unincorporated areas of East Hampton grew by more than 68 percent. Estates were being divided up and sold off as part of a trend that persists to this day. Mrs. Lorenzo E. Woodhouse, who was a member of the Maidstone Club for over 50 years, was also known as the first lady of East Hampton. She created the Garden Club of East Hampton, and was a great benefactor of the village, helping to build the library and Guild Hall and to preserve the Clinton Academy. When The Fens, her 25-acre estate, was demolished unexpectedly in 1949, it left a gaping hole that Maidstone members and preservationists alike mourned. Wrote Geus, “The empty lot on Huntting Lane where her house once stood was evidence that the solidity of East Hampton’s social structure was beginning to crumble.” The property was subdivided and sold, and former outbuildings became singlefamily homes. The East Hampton Star published a headline on September 30, 1954: “Budget Headaches for Town Board as East Hampton Grows. More People Here. More Public Work; More Planning Needed.” “Early Maidstoners who had once provided a strong undercurrent of protective care for the village were no longer in the forefront of East Hampton’s public life,” wrote Geus. “The influence of those for whom East Hampton was a seasonal refuge waned as the generation committed to serve country, church, and community disappeared. East Hampton’s problems could no longer be solved by individual largess.” Still, the Maidstone Club’s influential members, many of whom are in East Hampton 52 weeks (or weekends at least) of the year, contribute vastly to the town. Two Maidstone members founded East Hampton Health Care, which has worked to bring top-notch care to the town. The Wellness Foundation, established by member Doug Mercer, has introduced thousands of local residents and schoolchildren to the benefits of a plant-based diet. Member Andrew Steffan is chairman of the Nature Conservancy, and East Hampton Library, the Peconic Land Trust, and the Ladies Village Improvement Society all have boards stacked with Maidstone members. Whether you’re in it or not, when the Maidstone Club marks 125 years, it’s a moment of pause for the whole town. What would the Hamptons be had there not been people with the will and, as important, the means to protect it? We may not all be allowed in the front door of the gala celebration, but we can still celebrate East Hampton’s wide stretches of sun-drenched beaches, inspired evenings at the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall, and the cozy corners of East Hampton library, in part because of the legacy Maidstone members have left. 50 Old Beach Lane, East Hampton, 324-0510; maidstoneclub.org

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opposite page: Floral striped blouse ($1,535), trousers ($3,595), and sandals ($1,895), Lanvin. Neiman Marcus, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-3680500; lanvin.com. Tassel necklace, Lele Sadoughi ($245). Alice & Olivia, 79 Main St., East Hampton, 702-7155; aliceand olivia.com this page: far left: Cardigan, Michael Kors ($595). Bloomingdale’s, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-8732700; michaelkors.com. Dress, Giorgio Armani ($6,195). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-6276001; armani.com. 18k yellow-gold diamond necklace, Roberto Coin ($1,900). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; london jewelers.com. Diamond double heart ring ($750) and mini leaf ring ($325), Jennifer Meyer. London Jewelers, see above. Diamond Hex ring, Jennie Kwon ($655). Free People, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 271-2360; freepeople. com. left center: Dress, Giambattista Valli ($2,950). Shari’s Place, 29 S. Main St., Southampton, 726-7200; sharisplace.com. 18k yellow-gold turquoise mini triangle ring ($725), gold heart ring ($275), and lapis inlay circle ring ($350), Jennifer Meyer. see above. right center: Linen shirt, Brunello Cucinelli ($595). 39 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-3400; brunellocucinelli.com. Pants, Canali ($630). Nordstrom, Roosevelt Field Mall, 516-7460011; canali.com. far right: Conico top ($450) and Faro skirt ($895), Max Mara. Americana Manhasset, 516-3655567; us.maxmara.com. Malfrat one-piece, Eres ($435). 55 Main St., East Hampton, 604-5544; eres.com

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Bomber jacket ($4,980), ladybug top ($1,900), and skirt ($1,890), Gucci. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-0994; gucci.com opposite page: far left: Rada dress ($725) and Nerbare slip dress ($875), Sportmax. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-5567; us.maxmara.com. center left: Military tank top, Louis Vuitton ($800). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-4766; louis vuitton.com. Trousers, Hermès ($970). Americana Manhasset, 516-869-6660; hermes.com. center right: Dress, Chanel ($11,600). Americana Manhasset, 516-627-3566; chanel.com. far right: Blazer, Ermenegildo Zegna Couture ($3,195). Americana Manhasset, 516-627-1934; zegna.com. Jeans, Gucci ($1,180). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-0994; gucci.com. Ring, his own


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on him: Shirt, Salvatore Ferragamo ($1,690). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-3659765; ferragamo.com. Charles shorts, Onia ($130). Montauk Mainstay, 725B Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-8117; onia.com. on her: Jacket, Gucci ($1,450). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-0994; gucci.com. One-piece, Marysia ($338). Everything But Water, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-5693; everythingbutwater.com. Le Flare de Francoise jean, Frame ($249). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermixonline. com. Cluster stud earrings, Pamela Love ($190). Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 350-1100; saks.com. 18k yellow-gold diamond bracelet, Roberto Coin ($1,580). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; londonjewelers. com. Gold leaf bracelet, Jennifer Meyer ($325). London Jewelers, see above opposite page: Blazer ($1,895), trousers ($895), shirt ($1,295), and canvas espadrilles ($575), Dolce & Gabbana. Neiman Marcus, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-368-0500; dolcegabbana.com


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Top ($595) and skirt ($995), Suno. Blue & Cream, 60 The Circle, East Hampton, 329-1392; blueandcream.com. Hat, Club Monaco ($99). 35 Main St., Southampton, 283-0438; clubmonaco.com. Libby oxfords, Michael Michael Kors ($150). 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 267-2200; michaelkors.com opposite page: on him: The Classic swimsuit, Solid & Striped ($150). Copious Row, 27 Washington St., Sag Harbor, 808-3600; copiousrow.com. on her: Sequin top, Dolce & Gabbana ($4,995). Neiman Marcus, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-368-0500; dolcegabbana.com. Yasmin pucker swimsuit, Lisa Marie Fernandez ($445). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 377-3981; tenetshop.com


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Dress, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi (price on request). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermix online.com opposite page: Cashmere dress, Calvin Klein Collection ($1,195). The Line, 164 Main St., Amagansett, 528-7236; calvinklein.com. 18k yellow-gold diamond necklace, Roberto Coin ($1,900). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; london jewelers.com. Diamond double heart ring ($750) and mini leaf ring ($325), Jennifer Meyer. London Jewelers, see above. Diamond Hex ring, Jennie Kwon ($655). Free People, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 271-2360; freepeople.com Styling assistance by Connor Childers Hair by Deborah Brider using Shu Uemura Art of Hair/ T3 Tools Makeup by Bank using Dior Addict Models: Tarah Rodgers at VNY Models; Sam Gold at IconicFocus Models NYC; Dana Drori at Trump Models; Jon Hjelholt at One.1 Management; Tracy Stoloff, proprietor of Nightowl Real Sourdough; Maddy Welch at New York Models; Malcolm Evans at New York Models; Phil Sullivan at Ford Models Locations by Annee Elliot Productions Location: Gurneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa


Hamptons magazine shot on location at Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa, which is celebrating its 90th anniversary with a total revamp of its Montauk digs. In its third phase of renovations—the first two included an overhaul of the pool, Beach Club, and oceanfront guest rooms—the beachside property is debuting 42 new rooms this summer by designer Michael Kramer. The resort will be managed by a new team led by general manager Michael Nenner, whose 15 years in hospitality service include locations such as the Four Seasons. This summer, guests can expect major upgrades, like reclaimed beach cedar cathedral ceilings and dip-dyed ombre drapery to frame the rooms’ dramatic ocean views. A refreshed neutral color palette soothes visitors, while top fitness classes offered by an ongoing partnership with Wellthily will appeal to the health-minded. Shopping is available at the Fashion Collective at Gurney’s on the spa roof deck—including a pop-up series from brands like Jimmy Choo, LemLem, Maje, Sandro, and Edie Parker. In 2017, the beachside getaway will unveil head-to-toe transformations for the 32,000-square-foot space, for a true homage to the good life—Hamptons style. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-2345; gurneysmontauk.com

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omething big is brewing on the East End. The craft beer movement has arrived in full force, and local brewers are obliging with regional ingredients that impart as much terroir as you might expect from the area’s wineries. While overall national beer sales stayed virtually stagnant in 2015, craft beer rose nearly 13 percent to stake its claim in an overall market that hit nearly $106 billion in sales. New York alone is home to 208 craft breweries, each clamoring to find a niche in an increasingly saturated market. “When we opened, we couldn’t get the time of day from regional wholesalers; now all they want to do is sell craft beer,” says Don Sullivan, owner of Southampton Publick House. At 20 years old, it’s Long Island’s oldest brewery and has stood the test of time while competitors like Blue Point Brewing Company have sold to beer conglomerates such as Anheuser-Busch. Sullivan offers a historical understanding of the rise of these mega producers, citing President Eisenhower’s 1956 Interstate Highway System and the infrastructure that allowed wholesalers and a robust distribution system to come into power the following decades. Making beer is one thing, but getting it to beer drinkers is quite another. Jump ahead 50 years and Sullivan says craft beers are in sync with the “buy local” movement. “From a cultural standpoint, there’s a return to basics in the food and beverage industry,” he says. “Consumers want a better-quality beer—one with real flavor.”


Ender is giving his own spin to craft beer. James Hull’s Shelter Island Craft Brewery has set up shop in the town’s epicenter and has quickly garnered attention since opening last year. “Food and flavors are my life,” says Hull, who is a self-described want-to-be chef. “I see beer as a canvas for that, and at 65, I’m frankly just too old to open a restaurant.” Hull has lived the American dream several times over, helping to erect the original World Trade Center as a sheet metal apprentice, followed by a 25-year stint as a jeweler in the Diamond District. Finally, he settled on Shelter Island as a charter boat captain, where he would take guests out on the local waters to go fly fishing, before turning his sights to making craft beer. The Farm Brewery License (part of legislation signed in July 2012 to support and strengthen New York craft breweries) enables brewers like Hull to produce beer that’s made from at least 20 percent locally grown farm products. That percentage will increase over time, and by 2024, beer produced under these guidelines will be made from no less than 90 percent of ingredients grown or produced in New York State.

From the onset, Southampton Publick House’s philosophy has been one of staying true to style rather than reinventing the wheel. Expect authentic flavor profiles as if you were drinking a beer from its origin. “An [American] West Coast India Pale Ale (IPA) is highly hopped, but if you’re in the north of England, you’d get a true English IPA,” says Sullivan, a 35-year resident of Southampton who goes so far as to add minerals to his water to replicate the beer’s inspiration from the English town of Burton-on-Trent. Is all of that effort worth it? Yes, according to Sullivan, who says his international clientele constantly comments that his brews taste “just like home.” “I’m proud of being a Long Islander,” he says. “There aren’t many businesses left that are solely owned and going for more than 20 years. We’re proud of that and hold it dear.” Across the Peconic on Shelter Island, another longtime East

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clockwise from top: Greenport Harbor Brewing Company produces limitededition beers as well as barrel-aged products, sours, and hops-forward ales; inside the brewery; cofounders John Liegey and Richard Vandenburgh.

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t was the perfect fit for Hull, who figures his operation is probably one of the smallest in the country. He rotates upwards of 25 different beers—handcrafted and gravity-fed—based on the availability of ingredients and seasonality. “The island has a lot of resources available,” says Hull. “If I was larger and became automated, there’s no way that I could source the things I do.” Those resources include a range of local ingredients, such as honey from Kilb Apiary and five varieties of hops grown on the island by Michael Clark, as well as lemon thyme, hen-of-the-woods mushrooms, beach plums—even lavender from Hull’s own garden. And while it’s not a get-rich-quick business model, Hull says it’s still possible to make a profit using the very best ingredients. Business savvy and a genuine passion for the product have helped other brewers stay afloat during turbulent times. A lifelong friendship doesn’t hurt, either. John Liegey and Rich Vandenburgh have been best friends since college and had always dreamt of opening their own brewery. They both settled down on Long Island, and after spotting an abandoned firehouse in Greenport, the pair revisited a pipe dream to brew beers. Vandenburgh described the location as “a diamond in the rough,” but its 12-foot ceilings beckoned a rebirth, and the town’s long history as a working harbor seemed like the perfect fit. But of course timing is everything. The day they closed on


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the purchase—September 15, 2008—also happened to coincide with the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Perhaps not the best time to launch a business, but within a year, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company opened its doors. Entering the market with a couple of styles that were solid, well balanced, and representative of the category, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company continues to experiment and is rolling out an additional line of limitededition beers, barrel-aged products, sours, and Project Hoppines—an initiative to showcase hop-forward ales. It also opened a second brewery in Peconic in 2014 to keep up with the demand and improve functionality and efficiency. A new addition will include a brewpub, beer garden, and outdoor fireplace. But with growth comes responsibility. Vandenburgh sits on the board of the New York State Brewers Association and is keenly aware of how challenging it is to stay relevant in a booming market, especially when the definition of “craft beer” can mean the production of up to 6 million barrels per year. “As an industry, how many options can we put into the marketplace without overwhelming the consumer?” he wonders, noting that it’s increasingly important for independently owned craft brewers to be precise and smart in their objectives.

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hree minds are better than one in the case of Montauk Brewing Company. Partners Eric Moss, Vaughan Cutillo, and Joe Sullivan grew up together on the East End and spent about a decade as ocean lifeguards. They began experimenting with home brews in Cutillo’s basement with Moss at the helm, and after tapping the result with a home kegerator, discovered they had a knack for it. It took three years to secure building permits, and although the town was supportive, there was local, county, and state red tape to cut through. The trio eventually converted an old woodworking shop into a full-scale brewery, and by the summer of 2012 they were delivering around town out of a jerry-rigged trailer attached to a beach cruiser bicycle. “It’s all in the timing,” says Cutillo, who leads the company’s marketing efforts. “We all had regular day jobs and took the plunge. There was no other way but to go all in.” This meant investing in top-of-the-line, stainless-steel equipment to produce beers to complement Montauk’s seafood-driven cuisine. It is also a celebration of what makes the Hamptons so unique. Says Cutillo, “You won’t find televisions in our tasting room. It’s a place to meet each other, communicate, and celebrate—a casual beach vibe where our motto is ‘Come as you are.’” But don’t mistake those sun-kissed faces for beach bums. Like the East End’s other craft breweries, Montauk Brewing Company is dedicated to the “craft” part of brewing beers. “There’s a lot of momentum in the industry out here,” says Cutillo, “but you don’t have a business without a quality product.”


Top picks

The Summer’s Best Brews Barton & Gray Mariners Club Grog Lager: Made exclusively for Barton & Gray by Cisco Brewers and only available on charters, it is light and refreshing with a touch of citrus and “best served at sea.” Sag Harbor Cove Yacht Club, 8 W. Water St., Sag Harbor, 617-728-3555; bartonandgray.com

Greenport Harbor Brewing Company Summer Ale: Straw-colored golden ale with notes of orange blossom and honey. Tidal Lager: Lightly malted, copper-colored lager with a touch of sweetness and not overly hopped. 234 Carpenter St., Greenport, 477-1100; greenportharborbrewing.com

Montauk Brewing Company “From a cultural standpoint, there’s a return to basics in the Food and beverage industry.” —don sullivan

Driftwood Ale: Dark copper color and easy to drink, an English-style ale with a toasty, nutty finish. Guardsman Stout: Creamy milk stout with notes of chocolate and a roasted finish. 62 S. Erie Ave., Montauk, 668-8471; montaukbrewingco.com

Shelter Island Craft Brewery Bootleggers Stout: Reminiscent of the rum-runner days, a dark stout made with Madagascar vanilla bean and Maker’s Mark bourbon. Nude Beach Plum Ale: Light, pink-blushed beer made with local beach plums, honey, lemon verbena, and hops. 55 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island, 749-5977; shelterislandcraftbrewery.com

Southampton Publick House Abbot 12: Dark, Trappist-style beer not to be taken lightly, with notes of raisins, figs, and caramel. Flagship Double White: Unfiltered, classic-style Belgian white ale with notes of coriander and citrus. 62 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-800; publick.com


AS COMMERCE BECOMES INCREASINGLY CUTTHROAT AND PROFITABILITY IS CHAMPIONED AT ANY COST, IS THERE ROOM IN THE ECONOMIC EQUATION FOR KINDNESS, CONSCIENCE, AND HUMANE VALUES? MANY BUSINESS LEADERS ARE PUTTING THEIR HANDS ON THEIR HEARTS AND SAYING YES...

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For decades, the boom in new technologies and expanding markets led to massive corporate growth and record profits. But that bottom-line success came at a huge cost to the environment, labor practices, and our treatment of animals, from their mass confinement on factory farms to wildlife trafficking and laboratory testing. As we move deeper into the 21st century, however, a new story is emerging. Those same innovations and advancements are not only bringing more awareness to animal cruelty issues, but they’ve become a force for good in the hands of today’s most innovative corporate leaders and entrepreneurs. Companies like Walmart, Whole Foods Market, and Chipotle Mexican Grill are paving the way by using creative solutions to stop the exploitation of animals, and although these businesses are driven by the belief that it’s the right thing to do, they’re seeing huge financial benefits as well. It’s a simple matter of marrying our values with our behavior, says Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, the country’s largest animal protection organization. In his new book, The Humane Economy: How Innovators and Enlightened Consumers Are Transforming the Lives of Animals (HarperCollins/William Morrow), a hopeful follow-up to his 2011 best seller, The Bond: Our Kinship With Animals, Our Call To Defend Them, Pacelle explores how innovative entrepreneurs, Fortune 500 CEOs, and scientists are rallying around this social movement and leading us forward by eliminating cruel historic practices. Pacelle recently met with Whole Foods cofounder and co-CEO John Mackey, a pioneer and leader in animal welfare, to talk about this new movement. They spoke about companies they admire, the next practical steps, and exciting predictions for the future.

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Is there a sea change under way in how businesses large and small engage with animals? Wayne Pacelle: I see an enormous change at work in our relationship with animals. I started an animal advocacy group when I was in college, and at that point animal protection was a protest movement. When your ideas are viewed as on the margins, it’s easy for people to shunt them aside, to cast them as heretical or radical. Almost 30 years later, they’re at the center of the economy, and we’re really experiencing a period of punctuated change in all sectors of the animal-use economy. We’re seeing big changes in food and agriculture, we’re seeing big changes in science and animal testing, and enormous changes in fashion, wildlife management, entertainment. One reason that I’m happy to be here with John is that he’s been a leader in the corporate world in marrying our values with our commerce. When you disassociate values from business, you get terrible outcomes—things like slavery and child labor and environmental despoliation. This time you not only get better outcomes when businesses have their activities filtered through the lens of a good value system, but now there are great economic opportunities because the values have permeated society, and animal welfare is a universal value. John Mackey: I think values have always been in business. What’s changing is that consciousness is evolving. One hundred years ago, women didn’t have the right to vote; 150 years ago, almost half the United States still had legalized slavery. Our consciousness is evolving in all these different areas where we’re more aware. Part of it’s because, with the Internet and social media, things are much more transparent. The livestock animal business is probably about the least transparent part of the entire world economy: Animals on these factory farms are hidden from the public’s view. People used to be able to see cows grazing and they’d see chickens running

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“The exploiTaTion of animals is noT jusT harming animals, iT’s harming us.” —john mackey


The humane economy: how To help More consumers are putting their beliefs about animal welfare into practice, and those choices are driving much of the change in the marketplace. Everyone can make a difference, says Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States. Here are his suggestions: Vote with your dollars: Every time you buy something, you vote for or against animal cruelty with your money. Make conscious choices when buying food, cosmetics, and clothing. And join groups that help animals. Stop wasting food: According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, Americans throw out up to 40 percent of their food (including 22 percent of animal products), despite enormous costs in the form of greenhouse gas emissions, energy input, and food production expenses. We could spare more than a billion animals in the US alone every year just by eliminating food waste. Live as if all life matters: Adopt pets or foster them. Pick up plastic waste on beaches and in parks. The greatest antidote to cruelty is an informed and active citizenry. Influence lawmakers: Contact officials at the local, state, and federal levels about pending animal welfare legislation. humanesociety.org

“Companies are going to be more suCCessful when they have a more animalfriendly sensitivity.” —wayne pacelle


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around, and now they’re all in these shut-in giant sheds. The public doesn’t see that. Wayne and I have jointly sponsored a documentary film called At the Fork that’s going to raise consciousness. It’s going to have an impact. WP: There are animal documentaries every week that I’m learning about. Look at what Blackfish did with SeaWorld. This was one of the toughest entertainment companies out there. It was able to fend off activist protests for many years, but this single documentary upended that business model for the company. In the wake of that film, I was able to negotiate a landmark deal with the new CEO of SeaWorld and get the company to pledge to end all captive breeding of orcas and sunset its use of these creatures. SeaWorld also committed to a raft of other reforms, including redoubling its commitment to rescue and rehabilitation and joining in our global advocacy campaigns against commercial whaling and sealing and shark finning. JM: It’s a great example of the thesis that we’re talking about. What Blackfish revealed is the exploitative nature of using animals as entertainment and how these animals are enslaved and abused. And now it has upended the business model, because the public is outraged. WP: If only 15 or 20 percent of people in America are very visibly agitated, they can create a lot of trouble. JM: More like 5 percent, even. So it is evolving very rapidly. We’re living in this revolutionary time where we as a people are becoming more conscious. Diets are changing; the way we relate to animals is changing. Social media in particular makes things move very rapidly. In the food business, I’ve never seen as much change as there is right now, from online delivery to ingredient meals like Blue Apron and Plated to full-meal solutions and food trucks. WP: And we have companies that are innovating, like Hampton Creek, which is providing a plant-based egg substitute that’s hidden in the product. The consumer doesn’t even know the difference. It’s a functional equivalent in terms of the taste and texture. It’s not inconceivable that in 30 or 40 years we can produce meat in a laboratory setting where the meat is an animal product but without the brain or the heart and very little in the way of a moral problem. How do these options become embraced by consumers? WP: You need innovation and entrepreneurs who can develop the product and then market it. But I think you also need time—the ideas take a while to seep in. They marinate in society, and as they do, these things become acceptable. Look at gay marriage. We did a ballot measure in California in 2008 to stop extreme confinement of animals on factory farms. We thought we were going to lose, but we won, and we got more votes than any citizen initiative in American history at the time. On that same ballot, voters in California, which is viewed as among the most progressive of states, passed a ban on gay marriage. So from 2008 to 2016, we’ve seen a complete change on that issue. JM: Society is always evolving simply because old people die and young people come in and reach the majority. Now 80 million millennials are in this society, bigger than boomers. Boomers are retiring, some of them are dying, and so increasingly that millennial generation, which is more interested in the very things we’re talking about, is having a greater and greater influence. WP: If you believe that animals matter, that has practical implications for daily behavior, and once you convince people to align their beliefs with their behavior, that’s when you have a market opportunity. You have companies that can take advantage of that consciousness, like Whole Foods, Hampton Creek, or Cirque du Soleil. Ringling Bros. was one of the fiercest opponents of animal protection, but they gave up their elephants because they did the surveys: The customers didn’t want the elephants traveling to 120 different cities a year, living on chains for 22 hours a day, and they knew that was not something they could invest in while retaining the brand strength of the company, so they changed, which is also why SeaWorld agreed to end any breeding of orcas in order to sunset their use and make the existing whales the last generation at their parks. There are alternative forms of attracting and entertaining crowds. Cirque du Soleil showed that you can have amazing theatrical productions involving human acrobats and feats of incredible physicality, and it’s just so superior. You don’t have any of the moral baggage that comes with orcas or elephants in captive settings. What other changes are happening in entertainment? WP: The film situation is incredible. With computer-generated imagery, we have an incredible revolution that can take the live animals out of the equation but still give viewers a rich and superior experience. When you think of the toughest movie in terms of representing animals, it would probably be Noah. [Director] Darren Aronofsky used CGI to create this incredible animal diversity, and it was vivid and alive and authentic. The Planet of the Apes movies are the high watermark for this. You don’t need to victimize chimpanzees. This is how social change works: You no longer have the

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movie industry blocking an effort to protect chimpanzees that are endangered in the wild. There was always an exemption because the biomedical people wanted to use chimps in experiments, and the movie people wanted to use them, but now we have alternatives to using chimps in laboratories and in the movies. Chimpanzees [are listed as] endangered, and they have a highly protected status now. JM: “Doom and gloomers” are always projecting a problem out into the future, not understanding the continual creativity and innovation part. I get asked a lot by journalists, “What do you think the world’s going to be like in 10 years?” Ten years ago, let’s see: Tesla cars did not exist. If you go back 15 years ago, no one was using an iPod; no one was using a smartphone, and there was no Facebook, there was no Twitter. The point is, there’s continual innovation; there’s continual creativity. That’s basically the ultimate resource: limitless human creativity. We will solve our problems in ways that we can’t even foresee now. WP: We’re solving the problems quicker. JM: That’s partly because we’re so much better connected. Innovations are copied quicker. If Whole Foods did something 20 years ago, it would take years for [it] to show up anywhere else. And now when we do a new store, not only can we copy our own innovations; everybody else does, too. Who is leading this current evolution? WP: One thesis in my book is there’s really an ensemble cast of people who are driving this change. There are

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What do you foresee happening in the near future? JM: I’ll make a prediction: What is building is a scientific consensus around health. Although there’s a very strong vested interest in keeping people ignorant by the dairy industry, cattle and meat industry, and processed food industry, there’s a strong scientific consensus that is building that eating either none or only small quantities of animal foods leads to optimum longevity. The longest-living people that we know of are all plant eaters. Cancer, heart disease, diabetes—they all correlate very strongly with the more animal food you eat. Sometime over the next five to 10 years, I predict you’re going to see a scientific consensus come around—just like it took a long time for science to gather enough data to overthrow the propaganda machine that the tobacco industry was. WP: It takes activists and scientists and all of that together. JM: That’s what’s happening with food now. We have a healthcare crisis in America; we have an obesity crisis. Eighty percent of the healthcare money that we spend, which is bankrupting us, is due to diet and lifestyle. And it’s avoidable. You’re going to see this growing scientific consensus about how to solve our healthcare issues, which will be lifestyle shifts, [which] will correlate well with the humane economy, because it’s very interesting that the thing that will help solve our healthcare crisis and our obesity epidemic is basically living in a more humane fashion and not exploiting animals. The exploitation of animals is not just harming animals; it’s harming us. That’s what people don’t understand. WP: Absolutely. I really like the word “humane.” I chose it very intentionally because the root word of “humane” is “human,” and we’re the ones who are creating the problems, so we’re the ones that can solve the problems. John’s point is really important: It just so happens that when we’re better to animals, we have better outcomes throughout society. Companies are going to be more successful when they have a more animal-friendly sensitivity.

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In this excerpt from The Humane Economy: How Innovators and Enlightened Consumers Are Transforming the Lives of Animals, Wayne Pacelle argues that animal welfare is the next great frontier in America’s cultural consciousness. We are in the midst—much closer to the beginning than to the end, I believe—of an epic political, cultural, and economic realignment in the treatment of animals. Doing something about a moral problem requires first identifying it and then intentionally breaking old habits and conventions. Confronting terrible injustices— from slavery and child labor to segregation to gender discrimination—was a painful and necessary part of our American tradition. With the availability of information on the Web, and the transparency it brings, it’s harder now to sidestep these questions. Just as people are shaken from their comfort zone when they realize that a T-shirt from a well-known clothing company was stitched together in some hellish, overcrowded factory in Bangladesh, more of us are connecting our choices and purchasing practices when it comes to matters of animal cruelty. Exposing abuses goes a long way in prompting sellers to get their supply chains in order, even as it better informs their customer base. Smart businesses want to get ahead of controversy and avoid protests, boycotts, and social-media campaigns that target them. We are seeing transformations in all sectors of the animal-use economy, and we will see many more. Once resolve has set in to change for the better, it’s easier than ever to make it happen. It’s not a matter of sacrifice—just conscious, better choices. Enlarging our vocabulary from “whaling” to “whale watching”

is just one example of an emerging shift in the manner we humans regard animals— whether in the wild, on the farm, in laboratories, or in our homes. The society we have now is different from what it was 25 or 100 or 200 years ago, with revolutionary advances in commerce, banking, currency, energy exploration, global transport, information technology, and computing. How can we not have a commensurate revolution in our treatment of animals? How can we tolerate the misery that comes from whaling, factory farming, trapping, and cruel industries of every kind once we recognize a more vibrant economic path forward, producing jobs that are better to hold, goods that are better to have, and a society in the end that is better to live in, without unlighted places where cruel things are permitted? 20 Main St., Sag Harbor, 808-3401; harborbookssgh.com

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entrepreneurs, consumers who are more conscious and alert, scientists who are helping with that, occasionally politicians who show great leadership. You also have huge philanthropy at work. We’re an enormously wealthy society in terms of having a lot of resources out there, and you have billionaires willing to invest in these issues. You’ve got Paul Allen, who is trying to solve problems, and you’ve got titans of capitalism like Carl Icahn who are trying to solve problems. And then you have corporations adapting. They know that they’re going to be roadkill if they don’t adjust to the new realities. JM: I’m pretty wealthy, and one of the things that happens is that you have all your needs taken care of, so then it’s a question of: Do you just pile up money for money’s sake or do you invest that money in ways that help the world to become a better place? WP: David Duffield, who founded PeopleSoft, a Silicon Valley company, committed hundreds of millions of dollars to solving euthanasia in dogs and cats in the late 1990s. He was mocked by a number of people: Why would you put all of that money into that kind of enterprise when we have so many human problems? Now you have philanthropists coming out of the woodwork on these issues. JM: People are beginning to realize that government doesn’t really solve many problems. Instead you have these twin forces: economic business entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs. Whole Foods has started three foundations, and they’ve all been very impactful in a short amount of time. So you’re combining the nonprofit model with the business model, and sometimes these work together. WP: Part of that ensemble cast that I talked about driving the change are animal scientists and ethnologists who are teaching us more about animals. It wasn’t that long ago that the dominant animal behavior theory was that animals operate just by instinct, that they’re like machines in the wild who are on an endless task of food gathering, mating, predation, and defense. Now we know that animals have feelings, emotions. Elephants have burial rituals; chimpanzees have rituals to honor family members who have passed away. We see incredible problem-solving, from crows to dolphins. Once you see that behavior, you can’t think of them as just this thing or commodity. And I think this increase in understanding animal consciousness layers over this social reform movement. That’s why no industry that’s exploiting animals in a severe way is going to be immune from this movement. One area we haven’t talked about too much is the animal testing issue, [which] can be completely overtaken by different technologies.


Fashion Forward One of the biggest changes in the luxury world centers on the use of fur, as more high-end fashion houses embrace cruelty-free alternatives thanks to innovations in technology and sustainability. The fur-free movement took a significant step forward in March, when the humane society of the United states and the Fur Free alliance, a coalition of 40 animal protection groups around the world, announced that the entire armani Group would be going fur-free beginning with the Fall/Winter 2016 collections. “Technological progress made over the years allows us to have valid alternatives at our [disposal] that render the use of cruel practices unnecessary,” says Giorgio Armani, who first met with Wayne Pacelle in Milan in 2009 to discuss his brand’s use of fur. “Pursuing the positive process undertaken long ago, my company is now taking a major step ahead.” Armani joins other leading houses that have turned away from fur, including hugo Boss, which just won the Humane Society’s Henry Spira Corporate Progress Award for its commitment to innovative, animalfriendly materials, and stella McCartney, the first and only luxury brand to be completely vegan, avoiding leathers, skins, and feathers, as well as fur. Other big-name designers to go fur-free include ralph Lauren, Tommy hilfiger, and Calvin Klein—and the ranks are growing.


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COMFORT ZONE GARDEN DESIGNER MARTHA BA ER TRANSCENDS TRENDS WITH ECLECTIC, EASYGOING STYLE IN HER FAMILY’S SHELTER ISLAND SUMMER RETREAT. BY JEAN NAYAR PHOTOGRAPHY BY COSTAS PICADAS

As a former fashion and style editor for Harper’s Bazaar and The New York Times magazines, Martha Baker has seen plenty of fashions come and go—and come around again. So perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that the old-school shabby-chic interiors of her home on Shelter Island would stand in charming retro contrast to the trending modernist dwellings emerging in much of the East End. “Maybe it’s time for the look to be in style again,” she muses. Yet relaxed, homey interiors are as ubiquitous as shingle-style cottages in the Hamptons, so, like many unselfconscious beach houses here, the easy-care, eclectic style of Baker’s summer home exudes enduring appeal. It’s also particularly in tune with its context. “The house was built in 1919,” says Baker of the Tudor-style waterside dwelling. “And it was in shambles when we bought it in 1991.” Over time, she and her then-husband, Chuck, gutted much of its faded and waterlogged interiors, revamped the kitchen and baths, and restored the best of its bones—such as beadboard ceilings and mahogany moldings. They also enhanced its character and comfort by opening up îî

Former fashion and style editor Martha Baker’s home in Shelter Island is filled with eclectic touches such as this sculpture made from twigs.

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Built in 1919, Baker’s Tudor-style home brims with character. right: Baker in the garden. below, from left: Model ships atop the windows bring nautical flair to the dining room; the living room contains framed photographs of 1940s yachts from the Rosenfeld Collection.

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windows to bring in more light, brightening walls with fresh coats of paint, and installing new cabinets, shelves, and floors. “The painted cement floor tiles in the mudroom are from a source in Mexico referred to me by Martha Stewart, who’s an old friend,” Baker says. Laid in a checkerboard pattern, “like the entryways of French country homes,” the green hues of the floor tiles also inspired the color of the mudroom’s rustic cabinets, which Chuck fabricated himself. Furnishings for the interiors were acquired over time, as her four children grew from young tots to young adults, and most pieces, including a four-poster bed in the master bedroom and a campaign-style desk in the living room, have gracefully stood the test of time. “Our plan was to make the interiors feel like the inside of a big, old boat,” says Baker, who, in recent years, has branched out into landscape and garden design. Echoing that theme, a collection of model ships set on a plate rail lend nautical color and form to the dining room, which is anchored by an industrial-style table Baker found at a garden show. A collection of framed Rosenfeld Collection photos of America’s Cup winners from the 1940s and a mounted fish over the mantel add similar maritime flair to the living room. They also serve as enduring reflections of the family’s history as Baker’s children and grandchildren return to the house for summers and Thanksgivings to celebrate their growing ranks—and their fond traditions. marthabaker.com

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HermÈs’s new tabletop collection, carnets d’equateur, brings exotic wildlife into your hamptons home. By Kaitlynn Miller

When Benoît-Pierre Emery, creative director of Objets et La Table at Hermès, was choosing the focus for his latest collection, Carnets d’Equateur, he knew that the work of naturalist painter Robert Dallet would be ideal. “We wanted for a long time to develop a new service around an animal theme,” says Emery. “When we started thinking about its creation, Robert Dallet quickly came to mind. He is passionate and classic without being academic. His lightness, delicacy, and elegance, which fit perfectly to the style of Hermès, made him an obvious choice.” This unique porcelain collection— which features 35 pieces, including

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teacups, tart platters, change trays, and vases—encapsulates Dallet’s creative journey, from spontaneous first sketch to finished portrait, with each item devoted to a particular technique, such as charcoal sketching or colorful gouache. Together they complement one another to produce a fresh, exotic tablescape. Carnets d’Equateur is available at Hermès’s newly expanded Americana Manhasset location, which features men’s and women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, and an entire section dedicated to Saint-Louis crystal. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-869-6660; hermes.com

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: 8knots’ linen/ cotton pestemal with a drawstring bag; linen oyster napkins, bound with an illustration by East Hampton artist Scott Bluedorn; seersucker striped pestemals; pareo towels.

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It all started with a towel. After years of traveling to Turkey for work and admiring the country’s hand-woven towels, Marcia Bayard launched her Shelter Island-based company, 8knots, in 2009, featuring her own customdesigned versions as the signature item. Known as a pestemal, this lightweight, highly absorbent, quick-drying towel is traditionally found at hammams in Turkey. Bayard added her own iconography and branding and has been selling them at stores such as Sylvester & Co. and Loaves & Fishes ever since. “When I ended up on Shelter Island, I knew these towels would sell really well,” Bayard explains. “They fold up really small so you can put them in your beach bag. Every year, I’ve brought in a new style.” While the Original Pestemal remains her best seller, Bayard has expanded her line to include soaps, bathrobes, and, recently, table linens. “We’re really excited about these linen napkins, which are banded with an image of artist Scott Bluedorn’s illustration The Oyster-Eater,” Bayard says. “Scott is a local [East Hampton] artist whose work is part of the ‘Radical Seafaring’ exhibition that opened recently at the Parrish Art Museum.” As a bonus, each set of four napkins comes with a collectible 8knots oyster token; when a customer has eight tokens, they can be exchanged for an Original Pestemal. 8knotsshelterisland.com


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Greener acres Prices are rising around the hamPtons for renovated farmhouses, says douglas elliman’s Matthew BreitenBach, but good deals can still be found in amagansett.

Matthew Breitenbach’s listing at 171 Windmill Lane in Amagansett features a 30-foot vaulted barn room (in the fully renovated main house) with antique beams and whitewashed floors capturing its chic beach house feel.

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“I think people fall in love with the lifestyle here,” says Matthew Breitenbach, who heads The Breitenbach Team at Douglas Elliman of Amagansett, where he’s representing a unique family compound for $3.995 million. “[Amagansett has] The Stephen Talkhouse and

beautiful beaches. It’s a fun scene. And this is a very cool, chic beach house; it has surfboard fins where you hang your coat.” The mini-estate north of the highway in Amagansett Breitenbach is representing sits on just over an acre. “It was an older shingled ranch, but

the owner, who is in the media, did a full renovation,” he explains. “A lot of people have been priced out of the market in Sagaponack and Wainscott, the per-acre cost there for a quaint farmhouse is so high.” This gated house, with its much more approachable price tag, includes a

white gravel driveway and a beautiful 30-foot vaulted barn room with antique beams and whitewashed floors. “Everything is white or gray,” he says. “It has a wood-burning fireplace. There are two bedrooms off that room. If you like to entertain, there is a sound system throughout and a very îî

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NEW YORK, NY | $3,500,000 | Web ID: 0138442 Space and light abound in this sophisticated 2 bed, 2.5 bath penthouse ideally located at the crossroads of Soho & Tribeca. Lisa Verdi, 212.431.2423

NEW YORK, NY | $3,400,000 | Web ID: 0138715 This very bright corner duplex penthouse features 2 beds, 2.5 baths, 3 exposures & a terrace overlooking the Hudson River. Torsten Krines, 212.431.2471

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NEW YORK, NY | $2,100,000 | Web ID: 0138723 Enter through the gallery to this corner unit living room with south and west exposures offering breathtaking views. Irina Shmeleva, 212.431.2469

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right: The family room with its working fireplace lends itself to informal gatherings. above right: The property includes a 3,000-square-foot main house, pool house, and detached garage on 1.1 acres, with a free-form Gunite pool built around a large oak tree.

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“people fall in love with the lifestyle [in amagansett].” —matthew breitenbach

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cool pool house, fully renovated. And there is a guest cottage and a room above the garage that can also serve as guest quarters.” The home also offers a wealth of amenities that cater to the Hamptons preference for indoor-outdoor living, including a free-form Gunite pool built around a large oak tree. “There is a lot of great landscaping, with specimen trees,” Breitenbach points out. “It has a park-like feel, with great entertainment areas outside. There is a pergola that serves as a dining area off the screened-in porch. The master bedroom has its own whole wing of the house, with an exit to the pool. And this property abuts a smaller horse farm, and it’s just around the corner from a farm stand that is open year-round.” With elements that cater to that type of lifestyle, it’s easy to understand why Amagansett has been growing in popularity with families and celebrities looking for both luxury and privacy. “Amagansett is a beach community,” says Breitenbach. “There is a lot of modern development here now and quaint older houses; there are signs indicating renovations all over the place. A lot of younger families live in Amagansett and celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Scarlett Johansson. And there is a strong Australian and international community in The Dunes.” 2488 Main St., Bridgehampton, 537-6590; thematthewbreitenbachteam. elliman.com 


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Jayson Home’s summer pop-up (right) brings a stylish variety of modern and vintage furnishings to Sag Harbor.

In Residence sag harbor’s new Jayson Home boutique offers an eclectic and effortless mix of home furnishings. By Tiffany frasier

“We wanted a specific story for this shop,” says Caroline Scheeler, the creative director of Jayson Home, a Chicago-based home store that has opened a summer pop-up in Sag Harbor. “It has its own look and feel. We edited what is available in the Chicago store and selected pieces that work in the Hamptons. Some items are really outside the realm of what we would normally sell.” Focusing on eclectic modern and vintage furnishings, Jayson Home features an assortment of options for a Hamptons beach home or a city apartment—think colorful

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Moroccan pillows and Lucite cocktail tables, for example. Scheeler has summered in Sag Harbor for years, so she knows how to choose items that remain true to the Jayson Home brand yet work in the East End. “Our space is intriguing and sexy—the aesthetic is more about pieces with character than the traditional all-white summer décor,” she says. “We are constantly evolving. New things come in every week. It’s been a fun challenge to fill the store with unique items that you don’t see everywhere.” 3 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 899-4994; jaysonhome.com

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STUNNING SINGLE FAMILY TOWNHOUSE Upper Westside Excl. This striking and sophisticated 5-story townhouse is renovated to perfection and features lofty proportions with a practical layout that is geared toward today’s modern lifestyle. A grand stoop entrance leads to a dramatic Parlor level entertaining floor featuring a gorgeous state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen, fireplace, and terrace. There are 4 Bedrooms, a Media Room, a large bluestone Garden, separate Playroom, and a sun-blasted Penthouse level with south-facing terrace and city views. Exceptional style and museum quality finishes throughout! $10.225M. Web #14485569

SERENE SIDNEY PLACE Brooklyn Heights Excl. This rare 23-foot wide 5-story townhouse is situated mid block on a 135-foot lot and offers grand proportions, a deep bucolic garden, and a sense of peace and tranquility that is quintessentially Brooklyn Heights. $9.995M. Web#14598692

UNFORGETTABLE Chelsea Excl. This 5,000SF luxury loft will take your breath away with sun-drenched entertaining space, a massive chef’s kit, 4BRS, Media Room, 2 Offices, Playroom + outdoor loggia facing tranquil gardens. Extraordinary! $9.95M. Web#14545533

4,000SF - DRMN - GARAGE Tribeca This dramatic 4,000SF double-corner loft is bathed in natural sunlight and features magnificent entertaining space with soaring ceilings, a WBFP, enormous chef’s kitchen, 4BRs, 4Baths + sweeping city & river views from 22 windows. Nothing compares… $9.5M. Web#14700834

MINT 4BR DOORMAN LOFT TriBeca Keyed-elevator opens to this stunning 3,600SF CONDO loft featuring dramatic entertaining space, soaring ceilings, fireplace, chef’s kitchen, 4BRs, 3.5 baths + every conceivable luxury at your fingertips. $7.75M. Web#14280057

MUSEUM QUALITY RENOVATION Greenwich Village Keyed-elevator opens to this spectacular 4,000SF full-floor loft with 12’ ceilings, chef’s kitchen, 2 Bedrooms, Library + 3.5 Baths. Breathtaking! $6.875M. Web #14713511

GRAND & CROSBY Soho This rare and sophisticated 3,250SF corner condo loft is bathed in natural light from 17 windows and offers grand-scaled entertaining rooms, a windowed eat-in-kit, 4BRs, Media Room, Library and superb architectural details throughout. $6.5M. Web#14800088

PENTHOUSE PARADISE Tribeca Excl. Architecturally striking triplex PH CONDO features a sky-lit Living room w/WBFP, double-height chef’s kit, 3BRs + 3 large terraces with hot tub and city views. Truly amazing! $6.4M. Web # 14746654

CIVILIZED LUXURY Tribeca Stunning 3BR/3Bath duplex loft in boutique Doorman Condominium features a spacious Living/Dining room with high ceils, fireplace, state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen + brilliant light from a wall of arched windows. Move right in! $5.15M. Web #14804958

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“When you’re a part of a business, you have to be a part of the community.” —dottie herman

Home Run broker Dorothy “Dottie” herman is honored as american real estate’s richest self-made Woman.

Why you know her: Just last year, Dorothy “Dottie” Herman, president and CEO of Douglas Elliman, the largest residential real estate brokerage in the New York metropolitan area, oversaw $22 billion worth of property transactions. According to Forbes, she has amassed a $270 million fortune. The company employs 6,000 people in some 85 offices. In the beginning: After losing her mother in a car

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accident at a young age, Herman vowed to make something of herself. A graduate of Adelphi University, she got her start at a Merrill Lynch real estate office on Long Island. She later left, but when Prudential bought Merrill Lynch Realty, former coworkers asked her to return to run the operation. She convinced Prudential to loan her $7 million to buy the business. Hamptons arrival:

Herman already owned more than 30 Prudential offices on Long Island when she opened in East Hampton. “After I trained everybody myself, I saw an ad in the paper. So I called, and a man answered the phone. His wife had just died, and he really didn’t have the impetus to continue selling real estate in the Southampton side of the Sag Harbor area. I listened to him talk about his wife for an hour, two

hours. And when our conversation was over, he said to me, ‘We never really talked about selling the real estate office.’ And I said, ‘I know what my dad went through when my mother died.’ And he later said, ‘You are so nice; I want to do something for you.’ So he gave me the office in Sag Harbor.” Southampton favorites: “I love to take my coffee black at the Golden Pear and to see the ocean. I

love that it’s a small town but it’s sophisticated.” Giving back: Herman supports The Retreat, Southampton Hospital, and the American Heart Association’s Hamptons Heart Ball. “When you’re a part of a business, you have to be a part of the community.” Hot locations to buy: “Hampton Bays—it’s so far below the rest of the crowd. [And] the North Fork—it’s a lot more affordable.”

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StemS from within East Hampton botanical artist aren luglein lEads a tHrEEday watErcolor worksHop aimEd at capturing tHE bEauty of tHE Hamptons. By Paula de la Cruz

Every spring, Karen Kluglein, an award-winning botanical artist living in East Hampton, teaches a botanical illustration workshop that not only deepens her students’ connection to the beauty of nature, but also seems to induce a Zen-like state of meditation. In recent years, she has seen a rising interest in botanical art classes, so this summer she is holding a second workshop, on July 5, 6, and 7. “Botanical illustration and art wasn’t just valuable as a scientific tool in Victorian times,” Kluglein explains. “An illustration can emphasize intricate details in many parts of a plant which a photograph might never be able to show.”

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Kluglein started teaching botanical illustration at the Sag Harbor Inn 10 years ago, and since then her workshop has gained followers through word of mouth (many students attend every year), even attracting members of the American Society of Botanical Artists. The setting is a sunny room overlooking the harbor on the second floor of the inn, which reopened this season after a complete renovation.

Kluglein’s dry-brush technique is more approachable than the classic wet-on-wet watercolor method, but some botanical art experience is recommended. “People travel not just from the US for my workshops,” she says. “This year I have students from Canada, Poland, and even Japan!” Sag Harbor Inn, 45 W. Water St., Sag Harbor, 725-2949; sagharbor inn.com. Visit botanicalpaintings.com to register.

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clockwise from left: Ornamental Kale, Jim’s Poppy, and Cameo Apple, all by Karen Kluglein. “An illustration can emphasize intricate details which a photograph might never be able to show,” she says.


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clockwise from left: The porch features planters overflowing with bright blooms; a sculpture by Arthur Carter; the restored orchard provides a harvest of succulent fruits; a second bold geometric sculpture by Carter is framed by the soft foliage.

IN BLOOM over the years, Bernard Schwartz’s southampton garden has witnessed a memorable family wedding and a host of a-list attendees.

One of Southampton’s loveliest gardens belongs to tall, handsome Bernard Schwartz, who recently retired after 34 years at the helm of the satellite communications firm Loral Space & Communications. Recently widowed, the philanthropist and advocate of progressive public policies enjoys spending the summer on the magnificent four-acre estate that he and his wife, Irene, started working on more

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than 30 years ago. “There was not much of a garden, a neglected apple orchard, and only one house,” he says of the property. Protected by lowlands, it faces the Shinnecock Reservation. “We loved seeing the water. Irene created the plan, putting in a pool, terrace, and many flower gardens. She lived long enough to see the project completed. My two daughters and four grand-

children can now enjoy her creation.” Ray Smith and Madeleine Piro maintain the garden, with its pots brimming with flowers and trellis dripping with roses. Peonies and other perennials cheerfully welcome guests, their colors radiating like beacons across the well-manicured lawn. A cutting garden provides arrangements all season, and this year Schwartz is adding a vegetable garden.

Two sculptures by Arthur Carter, installed by the Schwartzes about seven years ago, are focal points, providing a stately contrast to the foliage. The restored orchard produces baskets full of fruit from its 10 bountiful trees. And the allée has special meaning for the family, as it was the site of the wedding of one of their daughters. Schwartz entertains often on the partially covered porch, once even hosting

presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. “We bring the garden inside, decorating our dinner table,” he says. “Southampton has never looked better. The community is well-maintained and beautiful. It is an extraordinary place!” Ray Smith & Associates, 27 Henry Road, Unit 1, Southampton, 287-6100; raysmithassociates.com; Madeleine Piro, Serene Scapes of Long Island; leinscapes@gmail.com

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NYC. Elegantly renovated single family townhouse with approximately 5,000 SF of grand well-proportioned interior living space plus 1,750 SF of wonderful outdoor space in the garden, terraces and the roof deck. Close to everything. $12.995M. Web#14592811 Robert Dowling 212.381.3311

NYC. First time on market in fifty years. Prime location with ground floor retail space. $8.9M. Web#14934935 Anne Prosser 212.381.3348

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NYC. Historic 4-story townhouse and a separate 2-story carriage house, with a 900 SF private garden between the two. This 25-foot wide property is in a superb West Village location. $12.5M. Web#14604647 Wendy Gleason 212.381.6527

NYC. 25-foot wide plus private garage, garden & skyline views. Heart of Gr. Village. $9.4M. Web#12189441 Astrid Pillay 212.381.2262


SPACE inside view The entry at 379 Ocean Road in Bridgehampton. The spacious, private estate includes a 60-foot pool and tennis court, for $16.95 million. below: Gary DePersia.

All the Way With a big personality and even bigger listings, Gary DePersia has the insider’s scoop on living a hamptons lifestyle to the fullest.

During a meteoric 20-year career, the Corcoran Group’s Gary DePersia has helped trade a remarkable $1.5 billion in East End real estate. Notable current listings: “I have a property in Quogue on the ocean with expansive lawns, a pool, a tennis court, and a dock across the street… priced at $24.95 million. If this house were on Meadow Lane, it would easily be $60 million.” Charity involvement: DePersia is involved with Light It Up Blue (in partnership with Autism Speaks) and Aspen Cares, benefiting mental health and suicide prevention. “I’m on the board of the Hamptons Designer Show House, which benefits Southampton Hospital.” Big deal: A rambling estate at 379 Ocean Road in

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Bridgehampton. “The house abuts a private nine-hole golf course, and it has a nursery behind it, so you have a lot of privacy. It has a 60-foot pool and a tennis court; it has been reduced to $16.95 million.” After work: “Windsurfing is what originally brought me to the Hamptons. My favorite spots are Napeague, Amagansett, and Noyack Bay. And I was just in St. Barth’s on the Corcoran trip for their top producers. I’ll windsurf anywhere where there is wind and water.” Power spots: “Nick & Toni’s, Pierre’s, Bobby Van’s, Sen, Tutto il Giorno, and The American Hotel—I’m a good restaurant customer, because I don’t cook a lot.” Corcoran Group Real Estate, 51 Main St., East Hampton, 899-0215; corcoran.com

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Water Mill Horse Country

Waterfront on tHree Mile Harbor WitH doCk, pool and tennis

Water Mill. Gorgeous 4+ acre compound features an elegant, finely crafted 7200 SF main house with 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, with a well-thought out floor plan designed for gracious living. The grounds include an all-weather tennis court, large gunite pool and spa, 800 SF pool house, 1200 SF guest/artist’s studio. Borders 70 acre reserve, located minutes to Southampton Village and ocean beaches, farm stands, SoulCycle, riding stables and more. Exclusive. $5.75M Web# 53167

east Hampton. Zowie home on a private 3.62 acres with a dock on Three Mile Harbor. 5 bedrooms and 4 baths, master suite with fireplace, great room with fireplace, eat-in kitchen, media room and 5,000 bottle wine cellar. Exclusive. $5.495M Web# 45817

seCluded east HaMpton GetaWay WitH tennis & pool

beaCHfront CoMMunity Manor House

east Hampton. On almost 5 acres bordering reserve near gorgeous Northwest beaches. 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths plus office, screened porch, great room with fireplace, outdoor dining patio with built in BBQ and outdoor fireplace. Close to East Hampton or Sag Harbor. Exclusive. $3.25M Web# 11055

sag Harbor. In the North Haven Shores community with marina, mooring rights and private beach. 5 bedroom and 5.5 bath, on 1.5 fully cleared acres. Co-Exclusive. $2.25M Web# 14573

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En PlEin Air RestoRation HaRdwaRe intRoduces a new paRtneRsHip witH industRial designeR Brad ascalon foR a modeRn outdooR fuRnituRe collection. by jill sieracki

“My goal in designing the Ciel collection was to bring the feeling of modern, casual indoor living to the outside,” says industrial designer Brad Ascalon, whose first collaboration with Restoration Hardware’s RH Modern includes sofas, chaises, chairs, and tables, ranging from $495 to $2,895. “The purposeful tensions between both the hard and soft detailing, and an attentive control of the negative

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and positive space of each piece, bring the collection in a direction that is rarely found in outdoor teak furniture.” A third-generation craftsman—Ascalon’s grandfather Maurice was a noted sculptor and industrial designer and his father, David, was renowned for his large-scale art installations—Ascalon has collaborated with such high-end brands as Ligne Roset and Redken and

been featured in The New York Times, Architectural Digest, and Wallpaper*, which named him one of its “Ten Most Wanted” emerging designers in 2005. Ascalon’s family has been summering in Hampton Bays since 1970, and since moving to New York City in 2002, he has often used the family ranch house as a weekend retreat. “We spend much of our time on the North Fork amongst the wineries, in particular

Osprey’s Dominion,” says Ascalon. “Osprey’s has become such a special place for me that I’ve built a ritual over the years that ties into my studio. A while back, they produced a tremendous bottle of 2005 Cabernet Franc that I was obsessed with. So a number of years ago, I bought what remaining bottles they had left in inventory. I started a ritual in which I only open a bottle in celebration of the first product launch with a new client.

I will invite a couple of friends or people tied to that launch in some way, and we’ll pop open that bottle. Then I will write the name of the client, the product name, and the launch date on the cork, which I display with all the others. It makes the launch even more exciting because I know I’ll be enjoying such a great bottle of wine with each new launch.” 69 Main St., East Hampton, 907-1300; rh.com

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Cutchogue, NY – Nassau Point Waterfront Compound

Laurel, NY – Sensational Bayfront Estate

Grand 1920s Bayfront on 15.24 acres with 1,000 ft. of beach frontage, private boat basin and bathhouse, Cottage, 3-car garage, tennis, includes a 3-acre buildable waterfront lot. SD #9. MLS# 2755337. $10,400,000. Carol Szynaka, 631.734.5439, c.917.640.2622 • Mariah Mills, 631.734.5439, c.631.965.2557

This 1919 Estate is situated on a private 2 acres. Extraordinary home overlooking the Great Peconic Bay. 150 ft. beach frontage with in-ground pool. Create memories that will last a lifetime. SD #9. MLS# P1257437. $2,800,000. Virginia Buono, 631.734.5439, c.631.506.9694

Matinecock, NY – “Katydid Farm”

Mattituck, NY – Harbor Farms Waterfront

Enjoy the saltwater pool and entertain on bluestone patios in this enchanting Country retreat on 2+ verdant acres with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, 4 fireplaces and a magnificent open spiral staircase connecting all 3 floors. Masterpiece Listing. SD #3. MLS# 2855170. $3,395,000. Bonnie Devendorf, 516.759.4800 ext.111, c.516.509.6229

Modern open floor plan. Huge custom kitchen, great room with soaring fireplace and ceiling. Private sandy bay beach and private deeded dock. This home has it all. SD #9. MLS# 2851624. $1,990,000. Carol Szynaka, 631.734.5439, c.917.640.2622 • Mariah Mills, 631.734.5439, c.631.965.2557

East Marion, NY – 2.4-Acre Sound-front

Kings Point, NY – Waterfront

Lattingtown, NY

Laurel, NY – Laurel Links

SD #1. MLS# 2835811. $1,995,000. Alexander Aquino, 631.477.0013 c.631.902.7351

SD #7. MLS# 2786039. $10,999,000. Yvonne J. (Bonnie) Doran, 516.627.4440 ext.222, c.516.729.5663

SD #3. MLS# 2745424. $1,900,000. Susana J. Muir, 516.759.4800 ext.122 c.516.641.6612

SD #9. MLS# 2803762. $899,000. Diane Mollica, 631.734.5439, c.917.803.1915

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Mill Neck, NY – “Beechfield”

New Suffolk, NY – Cutchogue Harbor Views

Impeccable Georgian Colonial with a wonderful blend of elegance, quality and style throughout. Set on 3+ park-like acres with an idyllic pool and pool house perfect for summertime entertaining. Masterpiece Listing. SD #3. MLS# 2840620. $3,985,000. Bonnie Devendorf, 516.759.4800 ext.111 • Katherine (Katie) Cuddeback, 516.759.4800 ext.133

This New Suffolk home has endless possibilities for relaxing and entertaining. Built in the 1920s and added onto over the decades. Additionally it has a 16 x 32 ft. in-ground swimming pool. SD #15. MLS# 2854662. $999,000. Frederick Markham, 631.734-5439, c.631.553.1484

Old Westbury, NY – “White Castle”

Shelter Island, NY – Grand Coecles Harbor Waterfront

Why run out east when you can be 35 minutes from the city? An extraordinary weekend getaway or year-round home flooded with natural light. Stunning panoramic views of the gorgeous 5-acre property, pond, pool and tennis. Masterpiece Listing. SD #2. MLS# 2819474. $6,999,000. Lois Kirschenbaum, 516.484.1800 ext.229 • Debra Quinn Petkanas, 516.674.2000 ext.140

Masterful elegance is reflected in the Peter Pennoyer designed waterfront property. After a day spent on the water, tie up at your private dock and sip cocktails on the two-story veranda. Masterpiece Listing. SD #1. MLS# 2853964. $5,950,000. Carol Tintle, 631.749.1155, c.631.335.9003 • Wayne Marciano, 631.692.6770, c.516.987.1500

Massapequa, NY – Waterfront Retreat

Matinecock, NY – Strawberry Fields

Mill Neck, NY

Mill Neck, NY

SD #23. MLS# 2852277. $949,000. Lisbeth M. Finnerty, 516.759.4800 ext.172 c.516.965.3258

SD #3. MLS# 2704950. $8,495,000. Anne E. Kerr, 516.759.4800 ext.124 Kimberly G. Bancroft, 516.404.5053 ext.180

SD #3. MLS# 2858237. $3,398,000. Ann Roberts, 516.759.4800 ext.164 c.516.313.0061

SD #6. MLS# 2842005. $2,750,000. Frances Covello, 516.922.9155 ext.145 c.516.359.7779

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Mattituck, NY – Luptons Point

Mattituck, NY – Soaring Creekfront Views

SD #9. MLS# 2857274. $1,195,000. Frederick Markham, 631.734.5439, c.631.553.1484

SD #9. MLS# 2853407. $749,900. Erica Guja, 631.734.5439, c.516.527.7589

Upper Brookville, New York – “Sunstar Hill”

Old Westbury, NY

Old Westbury, NY

Almost 45-acre Estate in 2-acre to 5-acre zoning. Beautiful European-style main house, a spectacular pool house, gardens, 3 Cottages and a 4-bedroom guest house. SD #6. MLS# 2795429. $29,985,000. Barbara Candee, 516.759.4800, c.516.456.0330 Bonnie Williamson, 631.427.6600, c.516.443.5958

SD #1. MLS# 2854111. $2,550,000. Ellen Zipes, 516.626.7600 ext.15, c.516.817.7300 Jared Zipes, 516.626.7600 ext.16, c.516.776.7993

SD #2. MLS# 2848928. $5,488,000. Ellen Zipes, 516.626.7600 ext. 15, c.516.817.7300 Jared Zipes, 516.626.7600 ext. 16, c.516.776.7993

Orient, NY – Panoramic Views

Shelter Island, NY – Artists Dream Studio

SD #1 MLS# 2852377. $2,550,000. Alexander Aquino, 631.477.0013, c.631.902.7351

SD #1. MLS# 2834976. $1,850,000. Linda McCarthy, 631.749.1155 ext.202 c.631.745.2626

Upper Brookville, NY – Perfection

Shelter Island, NY – Sweeping Views

Shelter Island, NY – Waterfront with Dock

Classically styled and beautifully updated 6-bedroom Colonial on 2.26 lush manicured acres. Magnificent millwork. Formal living and dining rooms, sunroom, library, family room, kitchen, breakfast room. Outdoor kitchen, generator, 3-car garage. Easy commute to highways. SD #3. MLS# 2851804. $2,650,000. Bonnie Devendorf, 516.759.4800 ext.111 • Carol Ann Lemkau, 516.759.4800 ext.138

SD #1. MLS# 2857104. $1,838,000. Debra Von Brook-Binder, 631.749.1155 ext.204 c.631.872.2889

SD #1. MLS# 2845047. $1,475,000. Susan Cincotta, 631.749.1155 ext.207 c.631.514.9891

Shelter Island, NY – Close to Beach

Shelter Island, NY – Open Living

Southold, NY – Circa 1910 Renovated Barn

Southold, NY – Creekfront on 1.07 Acres

SD #1. MLS# 2770167. $1,075,000. Susan Cincotta, 631.749.1155 ext.207 c.631.514.9891

SD #1. MLS# 2857365. $1,528,000. Linda McCarthy, 631.749.1155 ext.202 c.631.745.2626

SD #5 MLS# 2857154. $1,250,000. JoAnn Wind, 631.477.0013, c.631.764.3847

SD #5. MLS# 2858825. $950,000. Virginia Buono, 631.734.5439, c.631-506-9694

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SPACE REAL ESTATE ROUNDTABLE from left: Christopher LaGuardia, Beate Moore, Steven Dubb, Susan Breitenbach, Kevin Santacroce, and Nick Martin discuss spec houses and new developments in the Hamptons.

Meet the Panelists Beate Moore Sotheby’s International Realty, 2446 Main St., Bridgehampton, 537-6000; sothebyshomes.com Christopher LaGuardia LaGuardia Design Group, 860 Montauk Hwy., 726-1403; laguardiadesigngroup.com Kevin Santacroce Bridgehampton National Bank, 2200 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 209-7640; bridgenb.com Nick Martin Martin Architects, 2913 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 613-6555; martinarchitects.com Steven Dubb The Beechwood Organization, 200 Robbins Lane, Jericho, 800-616-5774; beechwoodhomes.com Susan Breitenbach Corcoran, 1936 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 8990303; susanbreitenbach.com

Battle of the build

Let’s talk about new houses. What is happening in the Hamptons market? Steven Dubb: The part that gets overlooked in the Hamptons is that there is a segment of the population that wants to live in the Hamptons but wants smaller living. At Bishops Pond, we built 69 townhomes that were finished the same way that a spec mansion would be finished, but [offering a] lifestyle that people want without a lot of the hassle. Susan Breitenbach: People used to come out and look at houses with a garden. Once you start looking at all this new construction, it has made it a lot harder for some of the older, charming properties. Christopher LaGuardia: The speculative homes we work on are very high-end. They’re $15 million to $25 million. I could never have imagined a speculative product at that

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price point. There is a market for it. Why do you think some buyers gravitate toward new construction? Nick Martin: Time. A lot of people don’t have the time to re-create their dream house here, or the taste, so they’re seeing a number of different qualities and sizes. SB: Sometimes it amazes me, too, that some of these people with all this money don’t care about the land. Who is buying these? It’s amazing. They don’t get that they’re getting maybe not the quality. They don’t understand that maybe one— or five—of the exact house could pop up across the street. Beate Moore: Especially in certain sections of Daniels Lane in Sagaponack. You have four different varieties of modernist houses with some ode to a tradition. They all have failed. They’re not well îî

LaGuardia Design Group created this swimming pool and spa surrounded by a sandstone terrace and featuring a custom fireplace.

photography by tanya Malott (roundtable); courtesy of laguardia design (pool)

Move-in-ready Spec hoMeS are certainly convenient, but are they harMing the character of the haMptonS? a panel of eaSt end real eState expertS debateS the proS and conS. Moderated by Michael braverMan


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Aquebogue, NY – Bayfront

Mattituck, NY – Renovated Waterfront

Southold, NY – Soundfront Cottage

SD #2. MLS# 2755093. $1,995,000.

SD #9. MLS# 2808735. $1,395,000.

SD #5. MLS# 2848704. $1,395,000.

Laurel, NY – Endless Amenities

Laurel, NY – Golf Community

South Jamesport, NY – Deeded Beach

SD #9. MLS# 2829794. $1,125,000.

SD #9. MLS# 2784154. $975,000.

SD #2. MLS# 2841088. $549,000.

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“Any project thAt hAs A sense of pride first—the fAct thAt it’s cAlled A spec house does not necessArily brAnd it As something bAd.”—steven dubb An airy, open living room at Bishops Pond, with its dramatic ceilings and oversize windows, also from the Beechwood Organization.

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insulated, they’re not well designed, they’re not well built. Now everybody wonders why they’re being torn down. I just hope that in this new generation of spec houses, there is a little interest in sustainability. CL: We all know that corners can be cut. They’re seeing [the results] now. How would you describe the buyers of spec houses versus customdesigned homes? NM: There is a segment of buyers who don’t have the time to sit and design their own house. There are people out there who just want to move in and have it all taken care of for them. For those buyers, spec houses work. There are other people who do want to spend the time and want to agonize over every single detail and really do something that is a reflection of them. Different strokes for different folks. CL: There are three to four different brands of spec builders out here. There are people coming in and buying houses and doing quick renovations. Then there is the builder/ architect who comes in and does one or two houses. Then there are people who have really done this for a while and they’re building larger houses and more important properties. Then there is the machine that’s creating 30 houses a year. I think everything in moderation in life is always a good model. I’m not sure the world needs 30 of the same house in any given neighborhood. SB: It’s really kind of sad in a lot of ways. When I first came out here, what I used to really love, you would go down the street and there would be a great modern house, and there would be a little old farmhouse, too. Some of this is just all the same. I was marketing a house on Main Street and îî

photography by tanya Malott (breitenbach); iMageination (bishops pond); courtesy of the beechwood organization (rendering)

A rendering of one of the four luxury custom homes of Bishops Grant, a new development in Southampton from the Beechwood Organization. right: Susan Breitenbach


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LaGuardia Design’s “rim flow edge” swimming pool, accented by dwarf fountain grass and crepe myrtle trees.

“I just hope that In thIs new generatIon of spec houses, there Is a lIttle Interest In sustaInabIlIty.”—beate moore everybody who looked at it wanted to tear it down. Will you deal with spec houses? SD: We have been entertaining the concept of building spec houses. We’ve done what I would consider more to be affordable houses. We’ve been asked to do larger-scale spec houses; we have not yet gone down that road. I think in general, any project that has a sense of pride first—from the financial person, or the builder, or the landscape architect—the fact that it’s called a spec house does not necessar-

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ily brand it as something bad. SB: It’s hard to find land now. We used to have maybe five or six builders; now everybody has become one. SD: You sort of cringe inside when your doctor is building a spec house. NM: The market works in cycles. It always gets to a frenzy point and then the market slows down. A lot of those people who really are not in the building business have washed out. We’re building a four-house subdivision in Southampton Village. It’s the first time the land has changed

hands since the original grant from the king of England in the 1600s. I did not want to build something where you drive in and you’re looking at four of the same house. [That’s] appropriate in other parts of Long Island, but it’s not appropriate out here. We took great pains to design four very unique houses, something that feels a little bit more organic and less like it was conceived as one master plan. It is not an easy thing to do. Kevin Santacroce: We have always remained not heavily involved in spec houses, but we do do them, primarily for longterm clients when they know what they’re doing. So it’s not the doctor or his tenant; it’s a builder. I’m proud to say we worked with Steven and his company, because we believe in his product and what he does. We helped them out with Bishops

Pond and stayed with them. It sounds to me as if everyone is looking for more prominence, more sensitivity in the community. Do you think we’ll achieve this? SB: We can only do so much. We can suggest. I sold a major project on Ocean Road just last year. The people had very good taste and they said to me, “We’re going to renovate.” In the end, they were going to tear it down to put up just a spec house. I couldn’t say anything. I just kind of looked at them and said, “Maybe you should look into it just a little bit further. Look at your choices and do something special for yourself, instead of a standard house.” I could only do so much. SD: There is a trend, I think, just to be more preservationist. I really like a house when we have to do that. In a couple of cases we’ve taken, like, a 1930s or 1940s house and added new modernist pieces to it and opened up the floor plan, added some steel, and retained the original nature. It’s all more expensive, but it really ends up being an amazing project. It makes a real difference. BM: To follow a trend is always kind of questionable to me. For example, there’s the market for the modern barn, so then a company becomes a modern barn builder or a designer. To get out of the trends and to do things that are important and timeless, I believe, is what life is about. If each potential customer in all these fields thought of it as a positive experience and learned from each of these professionals, they might further their sensibilities about why they’re buying something. You have to take the time it takes to make it right.

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BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH 80 SAMS CREEK

Steps to Ocean This cutting-edge, gated modern features an elegant façade with glass entrance opening to an expanse of space and light. The house includes 9 bedrooms, 9.5 baths, large theatre, custom wine cellar, glass walled fitness studio, 40 x 40 heated gunite pool with wading area and spa, pool cabana complete with a full indoor/outdoor bath and kitchenette and an attached 3-car garage. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037408 $13,250,000

Beate V. Moore, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7868 Beate.Moore@sothebyshomes.com

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EAST HAMPTON 19 & 23 CHAUNCEY CLOSE ROAD

Unparalleled Beauty on Georgica Pond Only once in a lifetime does a property of such natural beauty and importance become available for sale. Undoubtedly one of the most exquisite world-class locations in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods. The 7.1+/- acres commands a waterfront private peninsula with 877+/- ft. of water frontage facing Georgica Pond to the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean and Georgica beach to the south. Lots are also available separately. 7.1 acres asking $32,000,000; 3.5 acres with the house asking $21,000,000 and 3.6 acre vacant lot asking $11,000,000. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056704 $32,000,000 Christina Galesi, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 917.969.0532 Christina.Galesi@sothebyshomes.com

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AMAGANSETT 24 ATLANTIC STREET

Oversized Jewel South of Highway Lanes Resort-style 60’ pool, spa, 2-sided pool cabana that is legal second residence with sauna, bath and bedroom. Huge lawn separates guest house from the Main House, which is a charming 1900’s shingled traditional with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. Close proximity to ocean beach and Amagansett Main Street SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047299

Rylan Jacka, Associate Broker East Hampton Brokerage +1 516.702.5707 Rylan.Jacka@sothebyshomes.com

$6,650,000

EAST HAMPTON 5 ST. REGIS COURT

Spectacular Sunset Views Extraordinary waterfront setting on 1.2 acres with 140’ of direct water frontage on the Northwest Harbor. Spacious 4 bedroom house with panoramic water views and private path to wide, sandy beach. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0046414 Rylan Jacka, Associate Broker East Hampton Brokerage +1 516.702.5707 Rylan.Jacka@sothebyshomes.com

$4,950,000

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WATER MILL

WATER MILL

86 BAY LANE

217 ROSE HILL ROAD

Robert A.M. Stern Waterfront

Bayfront Estate in Water Mill South

Robert A.M. Stern designed home with 300+ ft. of waterfront and dock on Mecox Bay. Featuring gardens, tennis, pool, and cottage.

Bay front estate on Rose Hill Rd, 5.3 acre property, 330+/- ft. of waterfront with dock, designed by Goodwillie and Moran.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056162

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056575

$24,950,000

Harald Grant, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7712 Harald.Grant@sothebyshomes.com

$27,500,000

Harald Grant, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7712 Harald.Grant@sothebyshomes.com

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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE

385 GREAT PLAINS ROAD

45 MEADOWMERE LANE

Pheasant Field Country Estate

Atterbury-Style Estate with Pool and Tennis

Magnificent shingle-style mansion, 3.4+/- acres, 10 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, elevator, 13,000+/- sq.ft., porte cochère, pool, tennis.

Estate section residence offers heated pool, tennis court, and beautiful landscaping and lawns.

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$24,500,000

$13,500,000 Harald Grant, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7712 Harald.Grant@sothebyshomes.com

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WATER MILL SOUTH 500 FLYING POINT RD

Mediterranean Villa With 640+/- ft. of water frontage this elegant estate on 2.7+/- acres offers a guest house, pool house, heated gunite pool, breathtaking gardens, and ample entertaining spaces. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037987 $10,500,000

Beate V. Moore, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7868 Beate.Moore@sothebyshomes.com

BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH 72 SURFSIDE DRIVE

Private Path to Ocean With half-court basketball court, fitness facility, sunken Har-Tru tennis court, heated gunite pool and spa, this 5 bedroom home offers every amenity. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037425 $9,950,000

Beate V. Moore, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7868 Beate.Moore@sothebyshomes.com

SAGAPONACK SOUTH 108 TOWN LINE ROAD

Modern Compound The property offers 2 sophisticated and brilliantly designed homes allowing both privacy and shared amenities that optimize this very special location. Immediate ocean access. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037409 $8,995,000 Beate V. Moore, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7868 Beate.Moore@sothebyshomes.com

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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE 500 OLD TOWN ROAD

Superb New Build with Oceanviews Outstanding 1.86 +/- acre location on Old Town Road, this excellent new residence offers unsurpassed south-facing water views of the ocean at Gin Lane and Old Town Pond. Sited to take advantage of those views, the 10,500+/- three-story home has been designed by architect Val Florio so that almost every room has a water view. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 005968

Harald Grant, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7712 Harald.Grant@sothebyshomes.com

$24,950,000

Renderings by Achille Salvagni

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE 101 PHEASANT LANE

Extraordinary New Estate - Murray Compound Sited in the oceanfront Murray Compound on two +/- acres, this new residence designed by revered Fleetwood & McMullan architects with interiors by renowned Achille Salvagni Atelier, is offered fully furnished. Built beyond exacting standards, the finest crafts people were deployed to execute the architect’s and designer’s complementing visions. This build must be seen to be understood - this property cannot be compared to any other Hamptons home. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0057048 $32,000,000

Harald Grant, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.527.7712 Harald.Grant@sothebyshomes.com

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SAG HARBOR 43 NOYACK BAY AVENUE

Spectacular Waterfront Dramatic, stylish and well-built 5 bedroom Contemporary home features large and open living areas with floor to ceiling windows highlighting the spectacular view of Noyack Bay. There is a two-car garage with a studio and full bath above, lower level with exercise room, full bath, and wine room. Bay side heated pool and spa surrounded by a large stone patio and an indoor/outdoor lounging area, roof top deck, and a lush green lawn with steps down to the bay beach. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056696 $10,900,000

Pat Petrillo, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.356.5136 Pat.Petrillo@sothebyshomes.com

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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE 5 CAMERON WAY

Ultra-Private Setting Hidden in the heart of the village, 4800 sq. ft. traditional with first floor master suite plus 4 guest bedrooms. Hedged 1.5 acres with pool and sunken tennis court. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047243 $6,995,000 Ann Ciardullo, Associate Brokerl +1 631.903.0269 Ann.Ciardullo@sothebyshomes.com Keith Green, Associate Brokerl +1 917.907.4788 Keith.Green@sothebyshomes.com East Hampton Brokerage

EAST HAMPTON 63 COVE HOLLOW ROAD

On Edge of Village Adorable shingle cottage offering 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, open kitchen/dining, finished basement, large backyard, gunite pool. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0046865 $1,675,000 Ann Ciardullo, Associate Brokerl +1 631.903.0269 Ann.Ciardullo@sothebyshomes.com Keith Green, Associate Brokerl +1 917.907.4788 Keith.Green@sothebyshomes.com East Hampton Brokerage

EAST HAMPTON 534 HANDS CREEK ROAD

Seagrass Country Estate Magnificent European Manor on private 4.7 acres minutes from village and beaches. Premium quality 9315 sq. ft. with 6 bedrooms and 50 ft. heated pool. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0046809 $4,995,000

Ann Ciardullo, Associate Brokerl +1 631.903.0269 Ann.Ciardullo@sothebyshomes.com Keith Green, Associate Brokerl +1 917.907.4788 Keith.Green@sothebyshomes.com East Hampton Brokerage

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EAST HAMPTON EASTHAMPTONCOMPOUND.COM

Unprecedented Compound Minutes from the village, 12+ bedroom main house, chic 6-bedroom former carriage house, caretaker’s cottage, horse stables with paddocks and riding fields on 10+/- acres. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037720 $22,000,000

Dana Trotter, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.379.3236 Dana.Trotter@sothebyshomes.com

EAST HAMPTON 92EGYPTLANE.COM

Egypt Lane Compound Feet from the Maidstone Club, private 2-acre compound with updated 6 bedroom main house designed by Alexander Gorlin, guest cottage, tennis, heated gunite pool, and historic specimen trees. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037586 $12,995,000

Dana Trotter, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.379.3236 Dana.Trotter@sothebyshomes.com

BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH BRIDGEHAMPTONNEAROCEAN.COM

Waterfront Contemporary On a coveted lane steps from the ocean, this recently completed 7 bedroom, 8.5 bath shingled traditional sits on a pristine 1+/- acre hedged lot with heated gunite pool and sheltered outdoor spaces. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037492 $11,900,000 Dana Trotter, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.379.3236 Dana.Trotter@sothebyshomes.com

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SAG HARBOR VILLAGE BEAUTIFUL CONTEMPORARY

Rare Village 1.7 Acre Peninsula with Dock Build your brand new waterfront dream home on one of the largest village lots with 600+/- ft. of private waterfront. Existing 4 bedroom house with pool and wraparound deck. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038235 $8,500,000 Dana Trotter, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.379.3236 Dana.Trotter@sothebyshomes.com

BRIDGEHAMPTON LUMBERLANECHARM.COM

Bridgehampton Country Charm On coveted Lumber Lane, this bright 6-bedroom shingled home thoughtfully merges modern sensibilities with country charm. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037979 $3,995,000

Dana Trotter, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.379.3236 Dana.Trotter@sothebyshomes.com

WATER MILL HOUSEOFBLUEWATERMILL.COM

Beach House on Beautiful 4+/- Acres Fondly dubbed the House of Blue, this 4 bedroom, 3 bath beach house on 4+ acres has a pool, hot tub, tennis, outdoor lighting and music. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038134 $2,150,000

Dana Trotter, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.379.3236 Dana.Trotter@sothebyshomes.com

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SAGAPONACK SOUTH

BRIDGHAMPTON SOUTH

131 SEASCAPE LANE

58 BRIDGEFIELD ROAD

Hamptons Iconic Beach Cottage

Pristine Traditional, Prime Location

Hear the waves from this classic 4 bedroom, 3 bath, beach cottage set on an acre with striking views. Conveniently located.

Featuring an open floorplan, this elegant traditional is set on a quiet street just a mile to the beach.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038055

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037978 Marilyn Clark, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 516.695.6590 Marilyn.Clark@sothebyshomes.com

$5,750,000

$4,995,000

Marilyn Clark, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 516.695.6590 Marilyn.Clark@sothebyshomes.com

WATER MILL SOUTH

WATER MILL

209 COBB ROAD

68 WESTMINSTER ROAD

South After Historic Estate

Deeded Dock on Mecox Bay

Well-appointed 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath Traditional with classic style and modern amenities. Exquisite landscaping, pergola, specimen trees, privet walls, and pool.

Bright open great room-kitchen-dining, screen porch, 5 bedrooms, pool, one minute walk to dock.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038005 $4,600,000

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SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0046915 $3,495,000 Marilyn Clark, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 516.695.6590 Marilyn.Clark@sothebyshomes.com

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SHELTER ISLAND 27 SHORE ROAD

Waterfront on Dering Harbor A superb waterfront location with panoramic views and a unique historic pedigree, this offering is an unrivaled opportunity to own in prestigious Dering Harbor. The exquisite 4+/- acre property, featuring a main residence and a fully appointed guest cottage, offers a total of 7 bedrooms, 8 baths, a classic New England deck overlooking the pool, a dock, and understated elegance, showcasing the grandeur of magnificent views and unparalleled sunsets. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056535 $11,995,000

Michael Conroy, Licensed Salesperson +1 631.988.7475 Michael.Conroy@sothebyshomes.com Jonathan Smith, Licensed Salesperson +1 917.714.9022 Jonathan.Smith@sothebyshomes.com Southampton Brokerage

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SOUTHAMPTON 430 HALSEY NECK LANE

Southampton Village Estate Perhaps the most picturesque property in the estate section, this stately residence, situated on 3.4+/- private acres offers a koi pond, gunite pool, large brick patio and spacious pool house with an awning-covered sitting area for enjoying afternoons out of the sun. Located in close proximity to unsurpassed beaches and celebrated championship golf courses, featuring the very best of all that the Hamptons has to offer to a sophisticated buyer.

Last Asking $17,995,000

Michael Conroy, Licensed Salesperson +1 631.988.7475 Michael.Conroy@sothebyshomes.com Jonathan Smith, Licensed Salesperson +1 917.714.9022 Jonathan.Smith@sothebyshomes.com Southampton Brokerage

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EAST HAMPTON MILL HILL LANE

Village Perfection Newly listed, superb quality, 5 BR, 6 bath, 2 half bath architectural gem by Delamere Builders. Gorgeous in all respects with heated gunite saltwater pool, outdoor fireplace, generous patios and detached 2-car garage. Prime location. Best Village offering. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038269 $4,250,000 Sharon Stern, Licensed Salesperson Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 917.226.5054 Sharon.Stern@sothebyshomes.com

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE 391 HILL STREET

Lovely and Historic Traditional Close to Beaches Set back off Hill Street on a deep .4+/- acre landscaped lot with 2000+/- sq.ft. of living space, main house offers 3 bedrooms, plus a pool house that doubles as a legal separate residence. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056844 $2,450,000 Edward Mulderrig, Licensed Salesperson Southampton Brokerage +1 631.374.1197 Ed.Mulderrig@sothebyshomes.com

EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE CHURCH STREET

Prime Village Location One story cottage with detached garage on a shady lane in the heart of East Hampton Village. Offers the opportunity to renovate or expand. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038277 $999,000

Cindi Shea, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.680.3079 Cindy.Shea@sothebyshomes.com

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AMAGANSETT SOUTH 23 DEVON ROAD

Amagansett Dunes Cottage Cool and stylish shingled beach retreat nestled in a rare private setting in the heart of the Amagansett Dunes. Four bedrooms, 5 baths modern interior, 40’ pool on the south side of property. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047113 $3,350,000

Rylan Jacka, Associate Broker East Hampton Brokerage +1 516.702.5707 Rylan.Jacka@sothebyshomes.com

BRIDGEHAMPTON NORTH 9 MILL PATH

Thoughtfully Designed, Bordering Reserve On 1.2+/- acres bordering 42 acres of reserve, this 3-story, 4 bedroom traditional offers every modern amenity in a convenient location. State-of-the-art kitchen, formal dining, gunite pool, basketball court, and patio. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047121 $2,750,000 Rylan Jacka, Associate Broker East Hampton Brokerage +1 516.702.5707 Rylan.Jacka@sothebyshomes.com

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WATER MILL

WATER MILL SOUTH

762 EDGE OF WOODS RD

GEORGIAN LANE

Farmfield Vistas, Abuts Reserve

Architectural Perfection

Elegant traditional on 1.8+/- acres featuring 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths,heated gunite pool, pool house, tennis and 2-car garage.

Ben Krupinski built streamline home with 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, pool with spa, outdoor grilling station and immediate water access.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037313

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037884

$3,900,000

Angela Boyer-Stump, Licensed Salesperson Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 917.207.7777 Angela.Boyer@sothebyshomes.com

$5,500,000

Angela Boyer-Stump, Licensed Salesperson Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 917.207.7777 Angela.Boyer@sothebyshomes.com

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE

WAINSCOTT

27 PELLETREAU STREET

122 MERCHANTS PATH

1950’s Village Cape

Chic Perfection with Privacy

Village Cape offering 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, beautifully landscaped grounds, a heated gunite pool, and detached garage. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037951

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037919

$2,695,000

$2,450,000 Angela Boyer-Stump, Licensed Salesperson Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 917.207.7777 Angela.Boyer@sothebyshomes.com

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Contemporary home on 5+/- acres. Flooded with natural light, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, oversized heated gunite pool and ample outdoor entertaining spaces.

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AMAGANSETT 59 GILBERTS PATH

Ocean View with a Pool Spectacular ocean views from this multi-level Hamptons beach house with 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, plenty of decks, dunes, waterside swimming pool and views. Includes bonus room (den) which could be 4th bedroom. Positioned opposite the ocean and directly across from deeded beach access. Waterside swimming pool. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0046908 $4,495,000

Nanette Hansen, Licensed Salesperson East Hampton Brokerage +1 917. 597.9152 Nanette.Hansen@sothebyshomes.com

BRIDGEHAMPTON 15 LUDLOW GREEN

Village Edge Adjacent Reserve Charming well-maintained 4 bedroom traditional on quiet cul-desac minutes to Main Street. Sun-filled den, eat-in kitchen, master suite with private mahogany roof deck, finished lower level. Estatelike grounds with bluestone patios and heated pool. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047262 $2,195,000

Nanette Hansen, Licensed Salesperson East Hampton Brokerage +1 917. 597.9152 Nanette.Hansen@sothebyshomes.com

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AMAGANSETT 18 DENNISTOUN DRIVE

Bell Estate by the Bay High style by the bay on 1.4+/- acres with dock and private access to beach. Double-height living room, vaulted state-of-the-art kitchen, 4 bedrooms, wall of glass sliding doors open to mahogany deck and heated pool. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0046821 $2,795,000

Patricia Wadzinski, Associate Broker East Hampton Brokerage +1 631.871.0047 Patricia.Wadzinski@sothebyshomes.com

EAST HAMPTON 8 COOPER LANE

Exceptionally Convenient In the heart of the Village short stroll to shops and restaurants, designer’s own just completed, meticulously reimagined that’s traditional outside, bright white contemporary inside. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, gunite pool. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047294 $2,200,000 Patricia Wadzinski, Associate Broker East Hampton Brokerage +1 631.871.0047 Patricia.Wadzinski@sothebyshomes.com

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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE 75 FIRST NECK LANE

Spectacular Southampton Estate Located in the estate section, between the ocean and village center sits this architecturally important residence on 2+/- acres of beautifully landscaped grounds featuring mature trees and wide-open lawns. With its high ceilings, exquisite details and generously sized rooms, this home was built to enjoy a gracious life style. Offering 10 bedrooms, 10.5 baths, pool and tennis. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0055993 $14,250,000 Pat Petrillo, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.356.5136 Pat.Petrillo@sothebyshomes.com

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BRIDGEHAMPTON

SOUTHAMPTON

233 OLD SAG HARBOR ROAD

55 ISLAND CREEK ROAD

Modern barn built by Christopher Tufo Design & Build on 3.4+/acres with pool and tennis in a quiet setting features 6500+/- sq.ft.

Renovated Traditional privately set on a shy acre. Separate art studio/barn.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056595

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037949

$4,995,000

$1,595,000

Hedy Tufo, Licensed Salesperson Southampton Brokerage +1 516.830-0269 Hedy.Tufo@sothebyshomes.com

Susan Green, Associate Broker Bridghampton Brokerage +1 631.613.7317 Susan.Green@sothebyshomes.com

WATER MILL

BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH

8 UNCLE LEO’S LANE

949 OCEAN ROAD

Epitome of summer living. Classic style and modern amenities in an idyllic setting in the heart of Water Mill.

1880’s Farmhouse with amazing details, 4 fireplaces, original moldings, 6 bedrooms and 4 baths. Set on 1.3+/- acres with separate barn and pool.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056909 $2,895,000 Sandra Liveric, Licensed Salesperson +1 516.672.2018 Sandra.Liveric@sothebyshomes.com Lawrence Ingolia, Associate Broker +1 516.607.8800 Lawrence.Ingolia@sothebyshomes.com Southampton Brokerage

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SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037977 $5,500,000

Sally Thompson, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.613.7329 Sally.Thompson@sothebyshomes.com


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BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH 510 HALSEY LANE

In the Heart of Bridgehampton New construction. Features grand foyer with cathedral ceilings, living room with fireplace, floor to ceiling glass doors opening to the blue stone patio beyond. Oversized kitchen/family room, formal dining and paneled library. There are a total of 8 bedrooms including a ground floor Jr. master suite and a second floor master suite with sitting room, fireplace and private terrace. Finished basement with media room, wine cellar & gym. Three-car garage, pool, spa & tennis. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056706 $13,450,000 Pat Petrillo, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.356.5136 Pat.Petrillo@sothebyshomes.com

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SOUTHAMPTON 56 CLEARVIEW FARM

New Construction on 1.2+/- Acres This 6-bedroom, 6 full and 2 half bath Traditional offers privacy and unspoiled reserve views. Custom built by Cardel Development. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037967 $5,000,000

John A. Healey, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.774-8672 John.Healey@sothebyshomes.com

EAST HAMPTON 636 NORTH SEA MECOX ROAD

Custom Built on 1.6+/- Acres Bordering 49.7+ acres of agricultural reserve this custom built Cardel Development, 6 bedroom, 7.5+ bath home offers lovely views and privacy. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037985 $5,750,000

John A. Healey, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.774-8672 John.Healey@sothebyshomes.com

EAST HAMPTON 4 BARCLAY COURT

Private Retreat Two-story stylish, 6 bedroom, 6.5 bath Traditional built by renowned builder John Pizzo Sr., on a private acre minutes from the village. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038010 $3,200,000

John A. Healey, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.774-8672 John.Healey@sothebyshomes.com

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AMAGANSETT

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2 CASTLE COURT

120 ACCABONAC ROAD

Beach retreat with pool in the Dunes, 4 bedroom 2.5 bathroom, 2 fireplaces, beach association member privileges.

Near village, spacious living room, ensuite master and attached 735+/sq.ft. artist studio, 2 bedrooms and bath.

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$1,899,000

$1,325,000 Kristi Law, Licensed Salesperson East Hampton Brokerage +1 917.576.6638 Kristi.Law@sothebyshomes.com

Neil Hausig, Associate Broker East Hampton Brokerage +1 631.907.8460 Neil.Hausig@sothebyshomes.com

SAG HARBOR VILLAGE

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE

271 MADISON STREET

501 HIGH POND LANE

Located on large, nearly half acre, gorgeously landscaped lot within the historic district. Walk to movie theater, Jitney and shops. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No1050421 $1,695,000

Michael Daly, Associate Broker Sag Harbor Brokerage +1 917.207.7777 Michael Daly@sothebyshomes.com

Two-story townhome with 4 bedrooms 3.5 baths, gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances offers close proximity to pristine beaches. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 1050713 $2,600,000

Susan Schmidgall, Licensed Salesperson Sag Harbor Brokerage +1 631.599.1450 Susan.Schmidgall@sothebyshomes.com

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AMAGANSETT

SAGAPONACK

52 CROSS HIGHWAY

19 SAGG POND COURT

6 bedrooms, 6+ baths, gourmet kitchen, great room, salt water pool and spa.

Panoramic ocean views, waterside pool, tennis, moments to beach. Traditional on 2+/- acres with 6 bedrooms.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047038 $5,250,000 Bob Steiner, Licensed Salesperson East Hampton Brokerage +1 907.8479 Bob.Steiner@sothebyshomes.com

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047302 $18,500,000

Kathy Konzet, Licensed Salesperson East Hampton Brokerage +1 631.252.0254 Kathy.Konzet@sothebyshomes.com

BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE

175 CHURCH LANE

ARCHITECTURAL WORK OF ART

Charming Village home with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Meticulously maintained with a keen eye to every detail.

Superior construction, exquisite harmony, spacious, immaculate, formal gardens, first floor master suite, heated gunite pool.

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SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0057018

$3,295,000

$3,595,000

Sally Thompson, Associate Broker Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 631.613.7329 Sally.Thompson@sothebyshomes.com

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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE

SAG HARBOR

111, 137, 153 POND LANE & 52 FIRST NECK LANE

38 EZEKILLS HOLLOW ROAD

An opportunity to own a significant piece of the estate section with sensational water views just minutes to ocean beaches. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0056887 $59,000,000 Deborah Srb, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516. 445.6828 Deborah.Srb@sothebyshomes.com

One of the most compelling waterfront settings, 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths with 650+/- ft. of three-sided water frontage. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 1050710 $13,750,000 Korine Konzet, Licensed Salesperson Sag Harbor Brokerage +1 631.258.8577 Korine.Konzet@sothebyshomes.com

SAGAPONACK SOUTH 46 MASEFIELD CLOSE

Near Ocean If you’ve ever dreamt of the perfect Hamptons beach home with the most discerning attention to design, quality and detail, this is it. Designer’s own new 8000 sq. ft, 8 bedrooms, 8+ baths. Features a great room with nano doors to bring the outside in, a master suite with outdoor terrace, living, dining and media room, den, theater, professional kitchen, gym, wine room, heated gunite pool, spa, stone terrace with outdoor fireplace on 1.24 private, gated acres, adjoining a 15 acre reserve with sweeping views in coveted Sagaponack. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0047295 $12,795,000

Marie Zazzi, Associate Broker East Hampton Brokerage +1 516.456.0699 Marie.Zazzi@sothebyshomes.com

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SAGAPONACK SOUTH

BRIDGEHAMPTON

471SAGAPONACKROAD.COM

49 BUTTER LANE

Build your dream home. Exisiting 3 bedroom and 2 bath home on 1.5+/acres. Enjoy waterfront living on Sagaponack pond. Room for pool.

Historic Village Federal, recently renovated and modernized features charming interior and exterior spaces alike.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0037638

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038143

$4,999,999

$2,300,000

Angela Boyer-Stump, Licensed Salesperson Bridgehampton Brokerage +1 917.207.7777 Angela.Boyer@sothebyshomes.com

Lauren Mallor, Licensed Saleserson Bridghampton Brokerage +1 516.680.6448 Lauren.Mallor@sothebyshomes.com

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE

SOUTHAMPTON

53 LELAND LANE

27 LAKE VIEW COURT

This 4-bedroom house comes fully loaded inside and out. Offering a lovely, private yard with mature plantings, irrigation system, heated gunite pool and a 2-car garage.

Located at the end of a cul-de-sac is this contemporary home against the sparkling water of Little Fresh Pond with dock and outdoor Jacuzzi. Sunbathe or watch sunsets from your private deck and beach.

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0057044

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 1050640

$2,695,000

$1,290,00

Lawrence Ingolia, Associate Broker Southampton Brokerage +1 516.607.8800 Lawrence.Ingolia@sothebyshomes.com

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Leslie Reingold, Associate Broker Sag Harbor Brokerage +1 917.362.5375 Leslie.Reingold@sothebyshomes.com


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157 West 57th Street: Billionaire’s Row One of the last remaining Sponsor units. No Board Approval required. Be the first to live in this stunning 4193+/- sq.ft. half floor apartment in the famed ONE57 Condominium. This ground breaking new development soaring 1,000 ft. above New York, exemplifies luxury living with grand proportions, unparalleled views, impeccable services and the best amenities in Manhattan. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 00110491 $27,500,000

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The Upper East Side’s Newest Socialite World renowned architects Jacques Grange and Barry Rice collaborated to create exclusive residences for the most sophisticated of buyers. Located between Park and Madison Ave. on 72nd St., 40 E 72nd St. is a classic, luxury Condominium in one of the world’s finest neighborhoods, elegant Pre-War building, designed by Schwartz and Gross in 1928, has been completely transformed. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 00110277 $11,400,000-$12,300,000

Nikki Field +1 212.606.7669 Nikki.Field@sothebyshomes.com Patricia A. Wheatley +1 212.606.7613 Pat.Wheatley@sothebyshomes.com Nicole Kotovos +1 212.606.7629 Nicole.Kotovos@sothebyshomes.com East Side Manhattan Brokerage

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The Penthouse Collection at Soori High Line A crowning achievement at the Soori High Line Residences are the showplace triplex and duplex penthouses atop this premier condominium. Meticulously-designed sun-drenched living space, beautified by stretching walls of glass, dramatic high ceilings up to 19 plus ft. and designer finishes, is complemented by an incredible 25 ft. long, 4 ft. deep private heated ionized salt water rooftop pool and multiple terraces affording a privileged lifestyle. Sunny northern and southern exposures flood all stories of these grandiose penthouses with brilliant natural light. Amazing city and river views are showcased throughout the home and peacefully enjoyed from the private rooftop oasis. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 00110438 $15,100,000-$19,750,000

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PALM BEACH 640 SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD

Oceanfront Mizner - Villa Tranquilla Enjoy spectacular views from this stunning landmarked oceanfront estate built in 1923 by architect Addison Mizner. Villa Tranquilla, located on prestigious South Ocean Boulevard in the Estate Section of Palm Beach, offers magnificent ocean views from almost every room as well as multiple terraces and balconies. Architect Jeffrey W. Smith, of Smith Architectural Group, restored the property over a 4 year thoughtful restoration. Smith combined the old-world charm of Mizner’s original design with the convenience of today’s lifestyle. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0076748 $42,900,000 Cristina Condon Palm Beach Brokerage +1 561.301.2211 Cristina.Condon@sothebyshomes.com

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GREENWICH 11 FLAGLER DRIVE

Exquisite Mid-Country Compound On 4.42± acres of sweeping park-like grounds, this exquisite mid-country compound creates its own private realm featuring an artfully renovated 5-bedroom main residence and a beautiful 4-bedroom guest house on a separate deeded parcel. The English country manor-style main residence was transformed with a deft blend of tradition and fresh modern elegance. Comfortable living areas with artisan finishes and 3 fireplaces. French doors in the living room open to a terraced pool leading to a tennis court and 2-bedroom pool/guest house. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0067365 $9,995,000 Joseph Barbieri Greenwich Brokerage +1 203.618.3112 Joseph.Barbieri@sothebyshomes.com

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GREENWICH 125 PECKSLAND ROAD

Majestic Midcountry Manor This commanding mid-country manor blends the timeless architecture and exquisite craftsmanship of a bygone era. Grand in scale but easily livable, the 7 bedroom, 9 bathroom residence spans 14,532 square feet and opens to an impressive double-height entrance hall with a regal staircase. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer sweeping views over the 4-acre grounds including a stunning new 60 foot long heated swimming pool, a pond, a tennis court and an enchanting guesthouse. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0067897 $11,995,000 Joseph Barbieri Greenwich Brokerage +1 203.618.3112 Joseph.Barbieri@sothebyshomes.com

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SAGAPONACK SOUTH 68 HEDGES LANE

New English Country Traditional New premium construction 8900+/- sq. ft. home with refined modern styling custom designed by noted architect Frank Greenwald on gated 2.2+/- acres in prime estate location, minutes from the ocean beach. Meticulously built to the highest standard by Delamere Construction. 50’ heated pool, pool house and tennis court. SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM Property No 0038162 $19,990,000

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SPACE HAUTE HOME In the great room she designed for Christie and Andrew Anderson, Nicole Fuller paired neutral tones with textured fabrics, midcentury Scandinavian chairs, and vintage Moroccan poufs. The eye-catching lighting fixture is one of several throughout the house.

LivabLe Luxe Designer Nicole Fuller creates a family-frienDly east Hampton retreat tHat’s as classic anD luxurious as it is clean anD cool.

If you were to ask Nicole Fuller to describe her signature style, she’d be hard pressed to offer a clear answer. And for good reason. “Everything I do is a reflection of my client’s point of view—it’s about bringing their heartbeat into the space,” explains the New York City-based designer of

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the diversity of her residential spaces. As a result, no two of her interiors are alike—even if they’re for the same client. The weekend home she designed in East Hampton for Christie and Andrew Anderson stands as a case in point. While it shares common

threads—such as sophisticated neutral hues and streamlined furnishings— with the apartment Fuller designed for the couple in Tribeca, the newly built Hamptons house affords them a complete lifestyle shift from their day-to-day routine in the city. “The Tribeca home is glamorous and

city-chic, while the Hamptons house is more beachy, bohemian,” says Fuller. “Both husband and wife are aware of fashion, so they wanted heightened, classic interiors in each home, yet they’re both also young, so they wanted the spaces not to feel stuffy.” îî

photography by rICharD CapLaN (home); StepheN buSkeN (FuLLer)

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Georgica Association Compound| Inland lot 1.55 Acres with room for 7,500 SF+/- House with Pool Pond front 1.43 Acre Lot with permits in place for a 3,500 SF+/- House with Pool | Oceanviews Exclusive. $23.95M WEB#25001

Georgica Pondfront | Panoramic Waterviews | 2.1 Acres | Built By Bates and Masi | Renovated by Lee Mindel of Shelton Mindle | 6,500 SF+/- | 5 Bedrooms | Heated Waterside Pool and Spa Exclusive. $17.98 WEB#40885

East Hampton Village Cottage | .15 Acre | 2,700 SF+/- | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms Built in 1930 Recently Renovate with Modern Amenties | Close Ocean Beaches Exclusive. $2.395M WEB#51825

Sagaponack South | .93 Acre | South of the highway | Totally Renovated in 2005 | 5,225 SF+/5 Bedrooms | Heated Gunite Saltwater Pool | Farmfield Views Exclusive. $6.999M WEB#39648

Bridgehampton South | 1.4 Acres | 4,800 SF+/- | Built in 1875 | Renovated To Perfection 6 Bedrooms | 5 Full and 2 Half Bathrooms | Heated Gunite Pool | Pool House Exclusive. $6.395M WEB#50052

East Hampton Village South | 1 Acre | Located In Georgica| 4,500 SF+/- | 6 Bedrooms 5.5 Bathrooms | Finished Basement | Heate Gunite Pool and Spa | Pool House Exclusive. $6.2M WEB#47782

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Carrara marble counters line the white kitchen.

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With two young boys in tow, the pair envisioned a dwelling that would feel relaxed and livable for the whole family and their frequent guests, too. So the designer started by creating a serene backdrop of neutral-colored materials like white oak floors, creamy walls, Carrara marble counters, and textured fabrics, including cottons and linens sparkling with metallic threads, as well as velvets, chenilles, and cashmeres in warm and cool hues that together look “almost like glistening sand from the beach,” says Miller, who describes the overall tone as “the perfect Hermès gray meets taupe.” A mix of clean-lined new and vintage furnishings—including Moroccan poufs, midcentury Scandinavian chairs, and ’70s garden îî

photography by rICharD CapLaN

For the weekend home, Fuller set out to create a beachy, bohemian vibe, as seen in the laid-back indoor/ outdoor living area with a fireplace by the pool.


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SPACE HAUTE HOME clockwise: The first-floor master bathroom features a free-standing tub; the pool deck; one of the bedrooms.

furniture—sets an easy yet classic modern mood in high-ceilinged spaces with large windows that bring the outdoors in. Dramatic light fixtures in every room enliven the ambience with gutsy strokes, while offbeat accents and jolts of color inject notes of youthful energy. “A lot of the accessories came from Hamptons shops like Ruby Beets, Youngblood, and Wyeth,” says Fuller. “It’s fun to

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support local artists and vendors.” Working with the architect to design the house from the inside out, Fuller collaborated with the couple to complete the entire 6,000-squarefoot, five-bedroom home in just two years. “We accomplished everything we set out to do,” she says. “We ticked all the boxes.” Nicole Fuller Interiors, 646-476-2996; nicole fullerinteriors.com

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‘Northway’, a stately estate home on 5.4 Manicured North Shore Acres. This meticulously restored 8 BR Federalstyle 1898 Center Hall Colonial was used to film “The Money Pit”. Totally redone, this Sophisticated 14,000 sf, 8 BR Mansion is only minutes from Manhattan. Boasting fine details throughout with Ceiling Medallions, Crown Moldings, Wood Floors, 8 Fireplaces including one in Entry Foyer, Baronial Dining Room which seats 28, a Gourmet Chef’s Kitchen, Butler’s Pantry, Media Room with imported 500 yr old French Fireplace, and a Wine Wall. With its own Wing, the MBR Suite boasts a Palatial Dressing Room, Master Bath featuring Jerusalem Stone Vanities, Fireplace, and Office. The Lower Level includes a Gym, Fireplace, Guest Suite or Staff Quarters & Panty. Outdoors, enjoy the Heated Inground Salt Water Pool, an 800 sf Pool House w/Kitchen, Bluestone Patio, Fountain, Gazebo, and 6 Car Garage.

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‘Haut Bois’, designed by Architect Ogden Codman Jr. in 1916, was Inspired by The Louis XVI Hunting Lodge which was to become the Palace at Versailles. This incredible French Chateau was lovingly restored to its former glory and is truly One of LI’s Gold Coast Treasures. Entrance Hall w/Marble Staircase, Formal LR, Banquet-sized DR, Library/Office, Classic Kitchen. Situated on over 8 Acres with Beautiful Loggia and Courtyard with Formal Gardens and Lush Lawns, Tennis Court, Inground Pool and Pool House. Jericho Schools

Another Outstanding Residence Built By Miller-O Builders. This 7000 sq ft Stately Granite Colonial on 2 Acres Exemplifies Perfection with the use of the Finest Materials and Custom Mill Work. Custom Eat in Kitchen with Calcutta Marble. Tranquil Master Suite on Main features His & Her Spa Bath, French Doors Open to Private Bluestone Patio & Pathway to an inviting Inground Sparkling Pool. A 2000 sq ft Walk-Out Lower Level with 10’ Ceilings, OSE, Rec Area, and Possible Indoor Cabana Area. Generator. Jericho Schools

Magnificent Brick & Stucco Cotswold Colonial on 2 bucolic acres overlooking Meadowbrook Country Club. 6 large bedrooms, 5 full baths, and powder room. Foyer with recessed paneling leads to oak-paneled library/office with marble fireplace and coffered ceiling, and an elegant formal dining room. Open floor plan, Great Room with floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace flanked by windows overlooking scenic golf course. Copper gutters and leaders, Vermont slate roof, exquisite custom molding and mill work throughout. Jericho Schools.

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Finding balance on the East End in the hectic summer months can seem impossible, but if anyone can bring your chaotic mind and taxed body into harmony, it’s Padma Borrego. As I stand in her home studio for a “postural assessment,” she analyzes my body from every angle. She asks extensive questions and takes detailed notes. She seems more interested in my body’s history than my own doctor. Soon I’m lying on her table, and her miraculous arms and hands are doing their work to bring me back into alignment. The smell of lavender and various essential oils washes over me, and I feel myself let go, knowing that I’m quite literally in very good hands. A yoga teacher since 1995 and a massage therapist since 1997, Borrego really wants to understand why you’re experiencing discomfort or pain. Her long sweeping motions, coupled with her decades of experience, intuit the best way to help you release your habitual tightness. Driven to get to the root of the problem, she isn’t just massaging your muscles—she’s unwinding habits that have been dialed into your bones and tissues for years. “Rather than just looking to soothe the pain, we look at how the structure is bracing or overworking, and we problem-solve to shift the patterns,” says Borrego. “We are an ever-evolving and transforming being. Nothing is permanent; everything is changing and has the ability to heal: bone, muscles, nerves— even our hearts and minds.” 278-1406; padmaborrego.com

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Cut the cord while in the hamptons, take a vacation from your devices and find your Zen.

Anyone who has spent even a few minutes in the Hamptons knows that cell service can be hit or miss. Before you flip out and make a beeline for Starbucks and its Wi-Fi hotspot, take a second and think— maybe zero bars is a good thing. This holiday weekend, why don’t you try unplugging your smartphone, tablet, and laptop? Seriously, unplug it right now and hide the cord… “We may come to this place of nature, but when we bring devices, our minds are still connected to all the frenetic activity we’re trying to get away from,” says Lynn Goldberg, a certified meditation coach and founder of the app OMG. I Can Meditate! “Being connected makes people feel productive, but there’s a cost,” adds Leslie Adelstein, a licensed psychologist in NYC. “It leads to more stress, anxiety, and depression.” Still, for many, unplugging is tough, especially when work feels inescapable. “Patients express their need to check email for business,” says Heather Kouffman, a psychotherapist in East Hampton. “If they don’t pick up the phone, their competitors will.” Not checking social media can also feel like social suicide, yet “people report sadness and anxiety after viewing friends’ online posts because they feel everyone else is having more fun,” Kouffman adds. But just how do we exchange devices for quality time? “It’s like dieting,” says Joyce McFadden, a psychoanalyst, author, and East Hampton resident. “If you îî

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“The idea that you can walk far enough where no one can find you is freeing,” says meditation coach Lynn Goldberg.

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totally deprive yourself, you’re setting yourself up for failure.” Set a daily allotment (whether 15 minutes or an hour) to plug in. When time’s up, hit the beach—or wherever you find your Zen—sans device. Decide not to be distracted. Start by setting expectations at work before you leave. “Let important contacts know you’ll be away and advise colleagues to resolve pressing matters by a deadline,” says Adelstein. “Also, create an out-ofoffice message.” Being alone with your thoughts may feel uncomfortable initially, but with practice, you can cultivate an ability to be present. “When you wake, start your day mindfully,” says Goldberg. Choose an intention with help from her OMGood Morning app setting. “You may say, ‘Today, I will connect with the sunlight.’” Then, personalize your day. “Opt for what you want to do, not what you should do,” says McFadden. You’ll automatically be less tempted to reach for a distraction—particularly if you try spending time in areas without cellular service, such as getting lost in nature for one hour. “The idea that you can walk far enough where no one can find you is freeing,” says Goldberg. Another challenging period is when you’re sitting down to the dinner table. Turn off the device and be fully present during a meal. “Flashes on your phone are a distraction,” says Goldberg. If you must be reachable for children or elderly parents, Kouffman suggests personalized ring tones. Answer only if you hear that familiar sound. If you’re feeling antsy, reset your nervous system îî


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SELF decompress using slow, rhythmic breathing. Inhale for seven counts; hold for seven; exhale for seven. Then, do 10 reps. “This reduces the stress-causing hormones cortisol and adrenaline,” says Jennifer Taylor, vice president and executive director of education and programs at the Wellness Foundation in Sag Harbor. To increase your presence, engage in purposeful movement, Adelstein adds. “Tap your feet. Pick up your arm, drop it down, and feel where it lives. Move your head side to side.”

Another hack? Watch kids as they splash in the water or dig in the sand, then do it yourself! “Children truly explore their world,” says Adelstein. “You can learn a lot from their focus. There’s a quieting of the mind and a more complete engagement in the moment.” When you consider turning to your device, McFadden suggests asking yourself, “Will it enhance or detract from the moment I’m in right now?” Choosing to be fully present— and unplugged—may prove to be your best vacation memory yet.

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Can You Hear Me now? Head to these East End places and chill out, sans devices. Bike Trails on Shelter Island “Shelter Island is one more step removed, which makes it even more special,” says certified meditation coach Lynn Goldberg. Camp Hero State Park “The views of the cliffs are beautiful,” says the Wellness Foundation in Sag Harbor’s Jennifer Taylor. “Go for the sunset.” 1898 Montauk Hwy., Montauk The Duck Pond “This sweet pond is a bit like a fairy tale,” says Taylor. “Sit on a bench and be still.” Davids Lane, East Hampton Gardiners Bay “This is [where] I’d start my day,” says Taylor. “It’s the bay side of the ocean, and the sunrises are spectacular.” Pike Farms “We’re lucky to be in a community where we can literally see the fruits of someone’s yearlong labor in the form of an heirloom tomato,” says McFadden. “Those things are captivating, and they connect us to a sense of vitality.” 82 Sagg Main St., Sagaponack; pikefarms.com

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The Walking Dunes, Montauk “This is a great, contemplative place,” says Taylor. “Appreciate the interesting ways the dunes have formed.” Hither Hills State Park, 164 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk “Zone In” Class, Wellness Foundation Learn stress management, mindfulness, meditation, and more; a six-week series runs July 26 through August 30. 34 Bay St., Ste. 205, Sag Harbor, 329-2590; wfeh.org

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St. Andrew’s Dune Church “Outside the back door, there’s a beautiful meditation garden,” says Taylor. “From there, you can hear the ocean.” 12 Gin Lane, Southampton; standrewsdunechurch.com


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Self book it! “When I started venturing into the bays and inlets, it opened up my whole world,” says Paddle Diva founder Gina Bradley, describing stand-up paddleboarding in the Hamptons.

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“The moment I tried stand-up paddleboarding for the first time, I knew it would take off,” says Gina Bradley, who opened Paddle Diva in East Hampton in 2009. Since then, stand-up paddleboarding (or SUP for short) has exploded in popularity across the country, as water and fitness lovers have discovered the sport’s mind and body benefits. And, Bradley has found, the East End provides the perfect

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setting in which to practice it. “Paddleboarding made me fall in love with the Hamptons all over again,” says the former fitness instructor and windsurfer. “When I started venturing into the bays and inlets, it opened up my whole world. I saw the place I lived in in a new way.” Test the waters yourself at the Paddle Diva SUP Center in East Hampton and the all-new Paddle Diva Watersports at Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa, which offers additional

options for water-based fun and fitness, like surfboard and boogie board lessons. Paddle Diva SUP Center, 219 Three Mile Harbor HC Road, East Hampton, 329-2999; paddle diva.com. Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa, 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-2345; gurneysmontauk.com TONE UP: SLT

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Montauk’s Surf Lodge on July 30 and August 27. The Surf Lodge, 183 Edgemere St., Montauk, 483-5037; thesurflodge.com; xtendbarre.com FIT FASHIONS: Juja Active Strike a (yoga) pose in fab athleticwear from Juja Active, which just opened its second Hamptons brick-and-mortar shop, in East Hampton. Founded by former investment banker Jen Russo, Juja Active offers a collection of smaller, independent activewear brands that align with Russo’s mission to create an empowering environment for women and girls. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-2137; jujaactive.com IT’S IN THe BAg: SoulCycle

Feel just as good about getting to your workout as you do working out. SoulCycle is partnering with State Bags to debut two tote bags this month, sold exclusively at the studio’s Hamptons locations. For every bag purchased at SoulCycle, State will hand-deliver a backpack filled with essential tools for success to an underserved adolescent as part of the SoulScholarship program. For more information, visit statebags.com. 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-6600; 15 S. Edgemere St., Montauk, 842-1044; 760 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 324-6610; 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 537-3630; soul-cycle.com

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The latest trend among health-conscious celebs is the SLT Megaformer Workout (above), while suspension training, as in this class at Xtend Barre, builds core strength, stability, balance, and flexibility. above right: Fit Crush NYC founder Joe Ardito.

Wall Street want to maintain their beach body while relaxing in the Hamptons, they hit up veteran trainer Joe Ardito, owner of the private training collective Fit Crush. Ardito, who counts executives on some of the top trading desks among his longtime clients, specializes in simple, performancedriven training that supports posture, flexibility, and muscle strength. “I create routines that build the body’s strength and flexibility, with 20- to 30-minute workouts that don’t take up too much time,” he says. His Hamptons-friendly workout consists of squats, lunges, planks, push-ups, and burpees, done in sets that can be increased as the client gets stronger. “I’ve been coming to the Hamptons for years and have a great fondness for the East End. The Hamptons offer a convenient, healthy, stress-free release from the grind of daily life in NYC.” fitcrushnyc.com

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Naturopathica East Hampton Healing Arts Center & Spa has been an oasis of wellbeing since 1995. Ever on the cutting edge, this summer the center is introducing the Vitality Bar, offering therapeutic teas, bulk herbs, and liquid herbal extracts. “I really see it as embracing this concept of 21st-century wellness,” explains Barbara Close, Naturopathica’s founder and CEO. “It’s allowing us to talk about beauty from the inside out and educate people about herbal medicine.” Choices at the bar include teas to combat stress and aching muscles, elixirs to assist with sleep issues or immunity, and delicious honey that’s infused with herbs to help calm and balance your system. Next up at the East Hampton location is the Remedy Bar, which will be unveiled at the end of summer. There, customers will be able to custom-blend 30 essential oils into shower gels and soothers, like eucalyptus chest balm. “There are hundreds of years of traditional use that speak to the testimony of how these remedies work,” Close says. “It’s a different approach to health and well-being. People love to have that empowerment.” Red Horse Plaza, 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 3292525; naturopathica.com


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THe GUIDe Fresno This unassuming, off-the-beaten-path East Hampton eatery serves up New American fare, including braised pork osso buco, by chef Gretchen Menser. And this season, Fresno has added nightly vegetarian options. Choose between eating in a skylit dining room with rustic flair or maybe sipping Fresno’s own barrel-aged Negroni on a spacious patio surrounded by atypical landscaping. 8 Fresno Pl., East Hampton, 324-8700; fresnorestaurant.com

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Clam Bar

This casual roadside surf shack is famous for fresh seafood dishes and refreshing summer cocktails. 2025 Montauk Hwy., 267-6348; clambaronline.com D’Canela

Latin-inspired homemade dishes like chalupas and

platters from Ecuador are served in a low-key space. 195 Main St., 604-1900; dcanela.com Hampton CHutney Co.

Isabel and Gary MacGurn have been bringing their delicious dosas to the East End since 1997. 6 Amagansett Sq., 267-3131; hamptonchutney.com

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A tavernlike eatery with pub fare that attracts a sports-loving crowd. 177 Main St., 267-0400; indianwellstavern.com

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of this mainstay known for its namesake dish. 1980 Montauk Hwy., 267-3740; lobsterroll.com

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Traditional Mexican street food is served in an authentic fonda setting. 74 Montauk Hwy., 2678800; lafondita.net

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A family-friendly restaurant serving seasonal, locally sourced food in a space featuring East End

art. 4 Amagansett Sq., 267-2764; meeting houseamagansett.com moBy’s

After a successful first season, restaurateurs Nick Hatsatouris and Lincoln Pilcher return with their trendy, farm-fresh restaurant. 341 Pantigo Road, 527-5388; mobysny.com sotto sopra Authentic in its Northern

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tHe GUIDe specialties, and Asianinspired burritos have made Yama Q a mainstay. 2393 Montauk Hwy., 537-0225

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This colonial inn’s upstairs dining room offers New American cuisine backed by one of the East End’s most extensive wine lists. 143 Main St., 324-1770; 1770house.com BABette’s

The menu is devoted exclusively to vegetarian and vegan options, including dairy-free soups, sauces, and dressings. 66 Newtown Lane, 329-5377; babettes restaurant.com BAy KitChen BAr

Boasting one of the most spectacular dining atmospheres in the Hamptons, the Crow’s Nest features a menu of New American cuisine with a hint of Moroccan influence. Nestled on the bank of Lake Montauk, this bustling restaurant delivers rustic charm while serving foodie favorites, from seafood to seasoned meats to locally sourced options like curried vegetables. Guests can enjoy oysters, light bites, and proper cocktails with a sunset view. Brunch will also be offered on Saturdays and Sundays during July and August. 4 Old West Lake Dr., Montauk, 668-2077; crowsnestmtk.com

Italian focus, Sotto Sopra attracts regulars like Blythe Danner, Cameron Diaz, and Naomi Watts. 231 Main St., 267-3695; restaurantsottosopra.com

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This steakhouse’s colorful history makes it a favorite among local notables Howard Stern, Jimmy Fallon, and Bruce Springsteen. 2393 Montauk Hwy., 5370590; bobbyvans.com

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This laid-back bistro has been a go-to for the area’s A-list thanks to its local fare cooked with Gallic flair. 1 Ocean Road, 5375665; almondnyc.com

A classic luncheonette and soda fountain known for a loyal celeb crowd, small-town charm, and diner favorites. 2391 Montauk Hwy., 537-9885

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The Bridgehampton Inn’s year-old restaurant by Loaves & Fishes continues the celebrated local food store’s tradition. 2266 Main St., 537-3660; bridgehamptoninn.com pierre’s Inside this Bridgehampton bistro, you’ll find beachy French fare and luxe St. Barthsinspired décor. 2468 Main St., 537-5110; pierresbridgehampton.com

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A one-acre garden produces garnishes for the award-winning menu. 1 Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Tpk., 537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com World pie Behind an unassuming storefront is some of the East End’s best thin-crust pizza. 2402 Montauk Hwy., 537-7999; worldpiebh.com yAmA Q

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This year-old waterfront restaurant is already a favorite for fresh seafood. 39 Gann Road, 3293663; baykitchenbar.com BostWiCK’s ChoWder house

Classic fish-shack grub served in nautical-themed digs. 277 Pantigo Road, 324-1111; bostwicks chowderhouse.com CittAnuoVA

This fashionable Milanese-style trattoria serves a menu of casual, everyman dishes with prices to match. 29 Newtown Lane, 3246300; cittanuova.com eAst hAmpton grill

Hearty American classics like prime cuts and ribs are prepared in an open kitchen and served in a bistro-style space. 99 N.

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Jue Lan Club is a decadent Chinese restaurant that is as avant-garde as its historic namesake. Hailing from the underground art scene in China during the communist regime, Jue Lan Club pays homage to its roots with artistic accents and a rebellious take on classic Chinese cuisine.

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The GUIDe N. Main St., 324-3550; nickandtonis.com palm rEstaurant

A first-class steak menu attracts an even more impressive guest list. 94 Main St., 324-0411; thepalm.com racE lanE rEstaurant

Interiors resembling an East End living room and a lush garden have made this eatery a neighborhood destination. 31 Race Lane, 324-5022; racelanerestaurant.com rowdy Hall

Enjoy traditional pub fare like fish and chips, French onion soup, and gigantic burgers at this laid-back community hub. 10 Main St., 324-8555; rowdyhall.com

Whether you’re arriving by land or by sea, Navy Beach specializes in classic coastal dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. This summer, bury your toes in the sand at one of the oceanside tables, and don’t miss out on new internationally inspired menu additions like Montauk fluke ceviche and Catalan-style seafood stew, along with long-standing favorites such as the corn-and-clam chowder and chimichurri spiced steak. Sip rosé or try one of the celebrated cocktails, like the new Cucumber Frizz (with reposado tequila), or a specialty cocktail designed in honor of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. 16 Navy Road, Montauk, 668-6868; navybeach.com

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The dining room at this first-class resort boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and a sunset menu of seasonal specialties. 295 Three Mile Harbor Road/Hog Creek Road, 329-2800; easthamptonpoint.com FiErro’s

One of Gwyneth Paltrow’s favorites, this specialty-pizza place

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Locally sourced ingredients and Scandinavian flavors inform the refined New American menu at this deluxe country inn. 207 Main St., 324-5006; themaidstone.com

The Miami-based hot spot has won foodie raves for its house-made noodles and Japanese small plates. 221 Pantigo Road, 324-1678; momihamptons.com

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This rustic East Hampton mainstay boasts a small but expertly prepared menu. 8 Fresno Pl., 324-8700; fresnorestaurant.com Harbor Grill

Situated on Three Mile Harbor, this husbandand-wife-run spot serves casual American fare at economical prices. 367

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Enjoy one of the restaurant’s famed Napoletana pizzas alfresco. 104 N. Main St., 267-3500; serafinarestaurant.com sErvicE station Seasoned restaurateur Michael Gluckman offers classic American comfort food at this new yearround spot. 100 Montauk Hwy., 2675603; servicestation restaurant.com

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SunSet Beach Executive Chef Edi Cunghu is bringing back seasonal favorites and introducing new dishes, such as a feta grec, red snapper, and La Bouillabaisse de Sunset; each pairs perfectly with a glass of André Balazs Reserve rosé. And this summer, Sunset Beach welcomes musical entertainment on the weekends, including Balearic DJs and a performance by eight-time Grammy winner Stephen “Ragga” Marley on July 1. 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights, 749-2001; sunsetbeachli.com

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pink and orange kitchen that churns out creative renditions of the day’s local catch. 782 Main St., 6682727; 668thegigshack.com Backyard restaurant at solé east

A Mediterranean-inspired menu, Saturday pool parties, and Sunday jazz brunches draw a stylish clientele. 90 Second House Road, 668-9739; soleeast.com BuddhaBerry

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Seafood and seasoned meat dishes fashioned from organic ingredients complement the restaurant’s rustic charm. 4 Old W. Lake Dr., 668-2077; crowsnestmtk.com dave’s GrIll

Sample some of the freshest seafood in the Hamptons, including a traditional cioppino, at this popular husband-and-wife-run restaurant. 468 W. Lake Dr., 668-9190; davesgrill.com

Custom-blended frozen yogurts, vegan sorbets, and real Italian soft-serve gelato are just a few of the tasty offerings. 43 S. Euclid Ave., 668-8393; buddhaberry.com

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Featuring a lively bar, an outdoor patio, and live music on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. 51 Edgemere St., 668-2872; eastbynortheast.com

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They’re Real… and They’re Spectacular! Baked stuffed clams and butterflied fantail shrimp are some of the fresh offerings at this fish-focused Montauk staple. 500 W. Lake Dr., 668-5330; gosmans.com

Fresh seafood from the culinary team behind The Smile in Manhattan. 161 Second House Road, 668-2877; chelseahotels.com

Harvest on Fort Pond The family-style Italian specials are based on what’s ripe in the restaurant’s two gardens. 11 S. Emery St., 668-5574; harvestfortpond.com

Enjoy stunning seaside views and signature Italian classics at Gurney’s beachfront hot spot. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., 668-1771; gurneysmontauk.com

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tHe saltBox restaurant & Bar

An unassuming chowder house and bar known for its specialty tequila cocktails. 364 W. Lake Dr., 668-6592; thehideawaymontauk.com

This new seafood shack serves pub-style fare and creative twists on classic cocktails. 99 Carl Fisher Plaza, 238-5727; montauksaltbox.com

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Owned by six commercial fishermen from Montauk, this eatery is the epitome of dockto-dish. 541 E. Lake Dr., 668-4272; inletseafood.com

Acclaimed chef Chris Rendell offers an eclectic menu of locally sourced seafood and produce. 183 Edgemere St., 483-5039; thesurflodge.com

la Brisa The homemade guacamole and tortillas make for the ideal post-Ditch Plains beach-day treat. 752 Montauk Hwy., 668-8338; labrisa.com

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The easygoing feel of a bait-and-tackle fish shack in the Florida Keys permeates the setting and menu. 32 Star Island Road, 668-3100; montaukyachtclub.com Muse at tHe end

Chef Matthew Guiffrida’s second Muse location brings favorites like his Bacon-N-Eggs Breakfast Salad to the heart of Montauk. 41 S. Euclid Ave., 238-5937; museattheend.com navy BeacH Paul McCartney, Robert De Niro, and Cameron Diaz are just a few of the stars who come for the fresh, simply prepared cuisine. 16 Navy Road, 668-6868; navybeach.com ruscHMeyer’s

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New American bar bites and live reggae draw a casual-chic crowd. 474 W. Lake Dr., 668-8344; swalloweast restaurant.com

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A family-run, kid-friendly restaurant that boasts hearty Sicilian dishes. 674 Montauk Hwy., 996-4550; cucinaeast quogue.com dockers waterside Dockers takes a detail-driven approach to sourcing its seafood, which it gets from fishermen locally and in Nova Scotia. 94 Dune Road, 653-0653; dockerswaterside.com

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THE GUIDE 653-4042; nmcafe.com Stone Creek Inn

This intimate FrenchAmerican spot run by chef Christian Mir and his wife, Elaine DiGiacomo, is perfect for a romantic evening. 405 Montauk Hwy., 653-6770; stonecreekinn.com

Sagaponack townlIne BBQ

Sourced from the barbecue mecca of central Texas, the menu focuses on the meat itself, with the joint’s famous sauce served on the side. 3593 Montauk Hwy., 537-2271; townlinebbq.com

Sag Harbor the AmerICAn hotel

An impressive wine list and a prestigiously trained chef are just two elements that make this a longstanding bistro favorite. 49 Main St., 725-3535; theamericanhotel.com

Loewenberg leads the first-class service, while partner Sam McClelland oversees the stellar food. 3253 Noyac Road, 7253400; bellandanchor.com

rolls, and tortilla soup are highlights at this familystyle spot with a standout breakfast. 1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., 725-1045; estias.com

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The newly reopened hotel is also home to an exquisite all-American restaurant, lounge, and bar. 31 W. Water St., Sag Harbor, 844-227-6672; baronscove.com

This bustling seafood eatery offers waterfront views and a patio inside an American Legion building. 26 Bay St., 725-7100; docksidesagharbor.com

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The pride and joy of restaurateur David Loewenberg’s East End restaurant empire. 8 W. Water St., 725-7088; beaconsagharbor.com

Freshly made pasta and authentic Italian cuisine make this a go-to spot for a meal with friends and family. 6 Bay St., 725-7009

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Mouthwatering burgers and irresistible milk shakes anchor this casual eat-in or take-out hot spot. 62 Main St., 899-4646; ltburger.com muSe In the hArBor

A rustic Main Street staple offering New American plates by chef Matthew Guiffrida. 16 Main St., 899-4810; museintheharbor.com PAGe At 63 mAIn

The New American dishes feature hyperlocal vegetables, grown on the bistro’s in-house

aquaponic produce wall. 63 Main St., 725-1810; page63main.com Sen

The head chef, known simply as Tora-san, crafts an incredibly diverse seafood menu. 23 Main St., 725-1774; senrestaurant.com wölffer kItChen The East End’s first winery-owned restaurant combines seafood-focused dishes with sustainably produced wines. 29 Main St., 725-0101; wolfferkitchen.com

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A Victorian house sets the scene for a dinner-only, four-course Italian chef’s


tasting menu that changes weekly. 23 N. Ferry Road, 749-0053; 18bayrestaurant.com

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The super-seasonal menu consists of shareable plates, an extensive selection of vegetable side dishes, and “Simply Composed,” which allows diners to pick and choose mains and sides. 23 Grand Ave., Shelter Island Heights, 749-0018; thechequit.com

A beautifully appointed country inn with dining in the gardens and classic cocktails at the lounge bar. The Tavern, 11 Stearns Point Road, 749-5659; shelterislandhouse.com

A one-stop shop for specialty and gourmet goods, this waterfront market has a raw juice bar, delicatessen, pizza parlor, and coffee shop. 184 N. Ferry Road, 749-0003; marieeiffelmarket.com the Pridwin

New American fine dining within an expansive beachfront resort. 81 Shore Road, 749-0476; pridwin.com the raM’s head inn

This romantic inn resembles Mount Vernon, with rolling green hills and farm-to-table fare. 108 S.

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Local bands on weekends, a bustling crowd at the Shipwreck Bar, and an expansive raw bar make this a popular neighborhood hangout. 63 S. Menantic Road, 749-5535; saltshelterisland.com

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A first-class seafood restaurant at a swanky André Balazs hotel. 35 Shore Road, 749-2001; sunsetbeachli.com sweet toMato’s Home-style Italian grub in a low-key, family-friendly setting. 15 Grand Ave., 749-4114 Vine street Café

Simple ingredients speak for themselves at this home-away-from-home eatery. 41 S. Ferry

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A pretty locale for an even prettier crowd that comes for modern Italian cuisine and excellent service. 75 Main St., 283-7575 Beautique This East End outpost of the modern American restaurant in NYC serves brunch, dinner, and poolside meals at the Capri Hotel. 281 County Road 39A, 353-3400; beautiquedining.com ClYde’s

Alfresco dining at its best, using ingredients fresh from the on-site garden. 91 Hill St., 283-6500; southamptoninn.com

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This harborfront restaurant hasn’t changed the seafood menu much since opening in 1985—and with good reason. 1109 Noyack Road, 283-2277 Jue lan CluB Chelsea’s upscale Chinese eatery gets a new home in Southampton this season. 268 Elm St., 353-3610; juelanclub.com

le Charlot The NYC favorite brings its bistro fare and Parisian ambience to the East End this season. 36 Main St., 353-3222; lecharlot.us le Chef

This French-Continental bistro is popular among local notables, including Hilaria and Alec Baldwin.


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75 Jobs Lane, 283-8581; lechefbistro.com LittLe Red Enjoy the best of bistro fare in this casual sister restaurant of the nearby Red Bar. 76-C Jobs Lane, 283-3309; littleredsouthampton.com the PLaza Café

A skillful menu of inventive seafood cuisine is complemented by an expertly curated wine list. 61 Hill St., 2839323; plazacafe.us PUBLiCK hOUSe

It’s brews and bar fare galore at this popular Southampton hangout. 62 Jobs Lane, 283-2800; publick.com Red BaR BRaSSeRie

With its comfort-driven menu, this has become a family favorite. 210 Hampton Road, 283-0704; redbarbrasserie.com Sant amBROeUS

An elegant Italian setting with a menu of refined dishes, plus paninis, gelato, and espresso. 30 Main St., 283-1233; santambroeus.com SiLveR’S Open only for lunch, Silver’s doesn’t take reservations and is known above all for its lobster roll and salad. 15 Main St., 283-6443; silversrestaurant.com SiP’n SOda This family-run eatery has served diner favorites, hearty breakfasts, and made-on-site ice cream for generations. 40 Hampton Road, 283-9752; sipnsoda.com SOUthamPtOn SOCiaL CLUB

New this season is an outdoor biergarten in partnership with Radeberger—another reason to visit this popular after-hours

hot spot. 256 Elm St., 287-1400; southampton socialclub.com the tUSCan hOUSe

An open-air dining room hosts hearty Italian flavors backed by a finely tuned wine list. 10 Windmill Lane, 287-8703; tuscanhouse.us tUttO iL GiORnO

Owner Gabby Karan De Felice, daughter of Donna Karan, oversees this wellappointed restaurant, which serves inventive Italian eats. 56 Nugent St., 377-3611; tuttoilgiorno.com UniOn Cantina

Ian Duke, the owner of Southampton Social Club, and chef Scott Kampf team up for a new high-end Mexican venture. 40 Bowden Sq.

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A wide selection of fresh takeout soups, sandwiches, and baked goods. 84 Wainscott NW Road, 537-0955; breadzilla.com La CaPannina

Don’t let the modest exterior fool you. La Capannina is home to one of the best slices on the East End. 364 Montauk Hwy., 537-2626; lacapanninapizza.com Levain BaKeRy

The best cookies in the Hamptons—period. 354 Montauk Hwy., 537-8570, levainbakery.com OSteRia SaLina A little slice of Sicily, Osteria Salina is known for authentic Aeolian cuisine and sidewalk seating. 108 Wainscott Stone Road, 613-6469; osteriasalina.net


The Seafood Shop

Behind the humble storefront await celebrity sightings, excellent beach clambakes, and fish fries. 356 Montauk Hwy., 537-0633; theseafoodshop.com

Water Mill The greenwich

Seasonally inspired specials are served with bespoke cocktails from Little Italy’s subterranean speakeasy, The Mulberry Project. 1020 Montauk Hwy., 726-6200; greenwichrestaurant.com Manna

Rent out the garden room for a private party with farm-to-table fare. 670 Montauk Hwy., 726-4444; mannarestaurant hamptons.com Suki Zuki

This quintessential Japanese joint serves fresh sushi, robata grill specialties, and sakes in a simple space. 688 Montauk Hwy., 726-4600

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Since 1970, Baby Moon has been serving authentic Southern Italian cuisine prepared with homemade ingredients. 238 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton Beach, 288-6350; babymoon restaurant.com caSa BaSSo

Kitschy medieval décor (including an on-site castle) only adds to the experience at this old-time Italian eatery. 59 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton, 288-1841; casabasso.net Joe’S aMerican grill

A menu of comfort classics is the draw at this consistent and

casual locale. 240 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton Beach, 288-3232 STarr BoggS Fresh seafood perennials are served in a landmark historic home-turned-restaurant. 6 Parlato Dr., Westhampton Beach, 288-3500; starrboggsrestaurant.com

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A local favorite, this café offers everything from scrambled eggs with cheddar to premium smoked Scottish salmon. Specialty coffee blends and fresh baked goods are perfect for at-home brunch gatherings. 99 Main St., Southampton, 283-8900; 2426 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 5371100; 34 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 329-1600; 111 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-2270; goldenpearcafe.com haMpTon coffee coMpany

What started as a small espresso bar in 1994 has grown into the foremost coffee microroastery on the East End, complete with breakfast and lunch menus. 272 Main Road, Aquebogue, 779-2862; 749 County Road 39A, Southampton, 353-3088; 869 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 726-2633; 194 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach, 288-4480; hamptoncoffeecompany.com Mary’S MarvelouS!

At this beloved family spot, sweet and savory baked goods like scones and quinoa cakes are crafted in-house. 207 Main St., Amagansett, 267-8796; 105–107 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-1055; marysmarvelous.com

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Elisabeth Halfpapp and Kiley DeMarco

Guests participating in the fitnessinspired weekend.

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Hamptons magazine Publisher Debra Halpert joined Wellthily and One Healthy Hamptons to mark the end of Hamptons Wellness week at Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa. Hamptonites prepared for an exhilarating summer by participating in a panel on how to be healthy, fit, and “Wellthy” with Kiley DeMarco, Anastasia Gavalas, and Elisabeth Halfpapp. Attendees were encouraged to sweat during the fitness-inspired weekend in Live DJ Yoga, Exhale Core Fusion Cardio, and NY Pilates.

Anastasia Gavalas

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INVITED A curated selection of home furnishings.

Fairgoers shopped from one-of-a-kind pieces.

Rick Friedman and Cindy Lou Wakefield

HAMPTONS CONTEMPORARY DESIGN+DÉCOR FAIR Alan and Joy Marks The latest in home décor.

Stephen Fanuka, Chase Backer, and John Mahdessian Guests attended the event at the Southampton Elks Fairgrounds.

John Barman

Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY LENNY STUCKER AND LISA TAMBURINI/TALENTWORKS ART PHOTOGRAPHY

Tastemakers of the Hamptons mingled with interior design luminaries at the inaugural Hamptons Contemporary Design + Décor Fair. At the first luxury-living design fair to show on the East End, attendees were treated to the latest in state-of-the-art home décor and one-of-a-kind artisan pieces. Fairgoers shopped a curated selection of furnishings and enjoyed bites by Cheffe Collette and cocktails provided by Robert De Niro’s VDKA 6100 and Cheech Marin’s Tres Papalote Mezcal. Jonathan Adler, Simon Doonan, Alexa Hampton, Celerie Kemble, Elizabeth Pyne, and Thom Filicia were among the guests who migrated to the pavilion at the Southampton Elks Fairgrounds for the three-day event.

Rob Florio and Tina Louise


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INVITED Annette Azam and Tanya Malott

Alex Cohen, Frederic Avella, and Frederico Azevedo

Patrick McLaughlin with Joan and Mort Hamburg

Livia and Lorenzo Azevedo

Novli Sturmer with Barbara and Sunny Goldstein

Brinkley Skye and Ruth Catze

Zachary Tunick with Keith and Emily Baltimore

Ramona Singer and Nicole Tunick

On June 11, Hamptons magazine celebrated the opening of Frederic Avella’s sculpture exhibition at the Unlimited Earth Care concept store in Bridgehampton. The “Freud” exhibit features a series of sculptures and highlights the artist’s sustainable and avant-garde garden masterpieces. Patrick McLaughlin, Alex Cohen, and Ramona Singer perused the show and mingled over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at the opening-night party. Mark Ellis and Joseph Pasquino

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FREDERIC AVELLA’S SCULPTURE EXHIBITION OPENING NIGHT


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HONORING THE PATSY & JEFF TARR FAMILY AND ANKE & JÜRGEN FRIEDRICH

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Music by Nancy Atlas & the Nancy Atlas Project Band


INVITED

Nate Storey, Courtney Kenefick, and Bronson Lamb

The Pop Art arcade.

Alica Kelley, Alison Labarte, and Cody Weber

The Surf Lodge transformed into a Pop Art arcade.

THE SURF LODGE PRESENTS AN ART INSTALLATION BY FAILE

Ben Watts and Gabriela Langone

The Surf Lodge kicked off the season with a presentation of an art installation by Faile. “Deluxx Fluxx” has taken over the waterfront gallery of the Montauk hot spot. The Pop Art arcade show is the brainchild of artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller. Graffiti walls, multicolored pinball machines, and Pop Art-covered video games have transformed the space just in time for summer.

Willa McGowan

Quincy Davis

Steve Kasuba and Joe Schildhorn

Francis Cardoso, Tommy Zung, and Mandy Erickson

Patrick McNeil

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Tommy Saleh, Caaran Gaffney, and Julien Bizalion

PHOTOGRAPHY BY MADISON MCGAW/BFA.COM

The art installation features pinball machines and video games.


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All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker. Real estate agents affiliated with Bespoke Real Estate are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Bespoke Real Estate. Bespoke Real Estate LLC is a licensed Real Estate Broker. 903 Montauk Highway, Water Mill NY 11976

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June 24 - July 31 Opening Reception: Saturday, July 2 • 5-7 pm Artists Talk: July 14 • 7 pm Sponsored by Cadogan Tate

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For more than 20 years, Gary DePersia has cemented himself as one of the top power brokers in the Hamptons real estate market. He consistently lists and sells multi-million-dollar properties throughout the East End, including a stretch of 55 waterfront acres in North Haven that fetched a price of $36 million. DePersia’s work has garnered numerous accolades. In 2008, The Wall Street Journal ranked him as the 4th top broker nationwide in sales volume, a list he has consistently appeared in every year since. Redefine your Hamptons experience forever... Call me today.

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HARALD GRANT The Bristol redefines the concierge lifestyle, offering an unparalleled level of ultra-luxury living with exclusive access to resident-only amenities. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY | THEBRISTOLPALMBEACH.COM SALES@THEBRISTOLPALMBEACH.COM Visit our Douglas Elliman New York offices: 2488 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 | 631-537-5900 980 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10075 | 212-650-4800 Developed by Flagler Investors LLC ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. THIS IS NOT INTENDED TO BE AN OFFER TO SELL, OR SOLICITATION TO BUY, CONDOMINIUM UNITS TO RESIDENTS OF ANY JURISDICTION WHERE SUCH OFFER OR SOLICITATION CANNOT BE MADE OR ARE OTHERWISE PROHIBITED BY LAW, AND YOUR ELIGIBILITY FOR PURCHASE WILL DEPEND UPON YOUR STATE OF RESIDENCY. THIS OFFERING IS MADE ONLY BY THE PROSPECTUS FOR THE CONDOMINIUM AND NO STATEMENT SHOULD BE RELIED UPON IF NOT MADE IN THE PROSPECTUS. THE PRICING AND AVAILABILITY ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. FOR NEW YORK RESIDENTS THE COMPLETE OFFERING TERMS ARE IN AN OFFERING PLAN AVAILABLE FROM THE SPONSOR, FILE NO. CD15-0055 (*Note that Sponsor and Seller are the same.)

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Russell Simmons, Danny Simmons and the Board of Directors of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation announce 17 T H AN N UAL H AMPTO NS GAL A

ART FOR LIFE

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D E ST IN AT IO N T IM E Saturday, July 16th, 2016 6p Cocktails 7p Dinner and Program Fairview Farms, Bridgehampton

HONORING FRANK COOPER III, CMO/CCO, BuzzFeed JAMES CRUZ, President Bad Boy Management & Strategic Alliances DEBRA L. LEE, Chairman & CEO, BET Networks ALEX WAISLITZ, Founder & Chairman, Thorney Investment Group Australia & Waislitz Family Foundation NARI WARD, 2016 Featured Artist

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THE END MY PERFECT DAY CLOCKWISE: Rachelle Hruska MacPherson at home in Montauk; with her sons; The Crow’s Nest; Ditch Plains.

GIRL ABOUT TOWN GUEST OF A GUEST FOUNDER RACHELLE HRU A MACPHERSON DETAILS HER IDEAL DAY IN MONTAUK.

“Mornings start with coffee from the Ditch Witch (40 Deforest Road). I take a walk with my husband, Sean, and our sons, Maxwell and Dashiell. If our toddlers aren’t a strong enough wake-up call, the misty beach walk is. After getting my coffee and gossip fix from the local surf

community, we head home and chill for a bit. If we have houseguests that are willing to take on our children for an hour, Sean and I will go to Montauk Downs State Park (50 S. Fairview Ave.) for a morning game of tennis followed by lunch at Poles (just west of Ditch Plains). Fried chicken is our

5 FAVORITES 1. Ditch Witch coffee 2. Herb’s Market fried chicken 3. Naturally Good Foods & Cafe’s The Bruce sandwich 4. Tennis at Montauk Downs State Park 5. Dinner at The Crow’s Nest

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very favorite thing to eat on the beach—I’m partial to Herb’s Market (788 Montauk Hwy., 668-2335; herbsmontaukmarket.com), but if I’m feeling healthy I’ll grab The Bruce sandwiches from Naturally Good Foods & Cafe (779 Montauk Hwy., 668-9030; naturallygoodfoodsand cafe.com) instead. We stay at the beach for hours, surfing, building sand castles, and napping (me, and my kids if

I’m lucky). Then, home for outdoor showers and an early evening cocktail on our deck looking out at the ocean. Dinner is either at home with friends or at The Crow’s Nest (4 Old West Lake Dr., 668-2077; crowsnestmtk.com), which has become an extended living room of ours. A great summer day ends in bed by 10 PM, with a book in hand and hopefully not too much sand in the sheets.”

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY MIKKEL VANG (HRUSKA MACPHERSON); LISADIMSTER/ISTOCK/GETTY IMAGES (BEACH)

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Farrell Building Co. On Highland Terrace: Sunsets Over 60 Acres Of Reserve Bridgehampton. Farrell Building Co, the developer that has become synonymous with new construction both north and south of the highway throughout the Hamptons, has completed construction on an idyllic 2 plus acres deep within Bridgehampton South on iconic Highland Terrace bordering 60 acres of reserve looking west to the sunset. This 8,600 SF+/-, 10 bedroom home s the combination of masterful construction, exquisite finishes, copious amenities and a sensible floor plan that have become the hallmark of the Farrell brand. A 15’ wide dramatic double height entry welcomes all over beautifully finished white oak floors that spread out to include the 21’ X 20’ great room, 19’ X 20’ den/media room and a generous 19’ X 25’ formal living room, all warmed by fireplaces under ed ceilings. The state of the art eat in kitchen is well equipped to service the 19’ X 15’ dining room bolstered by a separate butlers pantry. A convenient guest master with fireplace, 2 powder rooms and a 3 car garage complete the first floor. Upstairs the master wing s an 18’ X 22’ sleeping chamber with fireplace, sitting room, luxurious spa like bath and a private balcony looking out over the grounds and the reserve beyond. Six additional guest bedrooms, with baths all ensuite, including two with private balconies and one with fireplace, complete the 2nd floor. The finished lower level s gym with spa bath including steam and sauna, recreational rooms, wine cellar, home theater and a pair of suites. An elevator connects the three levels of over 12,000 SF+/- of living space. Outside, both covered and uncovered stone patios overlook the 50’ heated Gunite pool, spa, pool house and sunken tennis court all set within verdant lawn and a professional landscape package. Contact us today for full particulars and to make an appointment for your own private tour. Exclusive. $18.495M WEB# 32451

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HIgHeSt eleVatIon – FoReVeR VIewS – FIRSt oFFeRIng 12,000 SF residence designed by Setsuo Ito, situated on 9 acres in Bridgehampton. The multi-level 7 bedroom, 5 bath, home features a 4,000 SF sun deck, and heated gunite pool with spa. Approximately 300’ above sea level the home has stunning vistas of both Peconic Bay and the ocean. Co-Exclusive. $7.495M WEB# 43948

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