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A MONTAUK MOMENT EVERY TRIP TO THE HAMPTONS COMES WITH THE SOUNDTRACK OF WAVES CRASHING AGAINST THE BEACH. PHOTOGRAPHER ANDREW BLAUSCHILD SHARES WHAT IT’S LIKE TO CAPTURE THAT FEELING IN PICTURES.

“As a fine-art photographer, I dream about moments like this,” says Andrew Blauschild. “I shot this image on a beautiful, warm summer day at Ditch Plains in Montauk. I don’t really have too much theory. I always have cameras with me—ever since I was a teenager. This

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was [shot] with black-andwhite 35mm film. The black and the white to me makes it more concise. There are so many colors on the beach—that can be beautiful—but sometimes that black-and-white makes the whole image more focused. I sat on the jetty watching kids,

weekenders, and local families play and enjoy this amazing place. The silhouettes and the lighting just looked great to me, so I snapped the photo. “I’ve been surfing there for a long time, ever since I was a kid. I spend a lot of time all over the East End. Whether it be on the bay

or on the beaches in Amagansett or Montauk, I love the whole place. This image captures the essence of East End summers.” Andrew Blauschild (@blauschild) has lived on the East End for more than 25 years. His work on surf culture can be found at andrewblauschild.com.

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EAST END EMPIRE The renovated Tasting Room at Wölffer Estate Vineyard.

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SCENE Winery scion Joey Wölffer distills the essence of the Hamptons lifestyle into three distinct projects.

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HE’S THE TOP Jean-Georges Vongerichten shares his favorite dishes.

84 // STRANGER THINGS The Parrish turns an intrigued eye onto modernist John Graham.

86 // TOASTING 20! After two decades, these hot spots are tweaking their formulas while continuing to dish the hardest-to-score reservations.

88 // THE GUILDED AGE Guild Hall’s new executive director, Andrea Grover, looks to the venue’s storied past as she plans its future.

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ART HOUSE RULES Glen Baldridge’s Vapor Die, 2017, is on view at Halsey McKay Gallery.

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92 // SUMMER’S SUITE SHEET Who’s ready for another season? Find out what’s new and now at some of our favorite Hamptons inns, from the power players who keep them on schedule.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRIDGET ELKIN (TASTING ROOM); FRANCESCO TONELLI (DISH); COURTESY HALSEY MCKAY GALLERY (VAPOR DIE)

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DINNER AT 8 A lifetime of Italian cooking inspired Salvatore Biundo’s Centro Trattoria & Bar, one of our top picks for restaurants to try this summer.

As he celebrates his first year at Topping Rose, Jean-Georges Vongerichten is cooking like a local—and eating like one, too.

102 // ART HOUSE RULES These five galleries should be on your can’t-miss list this summer.

106 // LA VIE EN ROSÉ Celebrating the 10th vintage of its buzzy flagship rosé, Château D’Esclans brings a taste of St-Tropez to the Hamptons.

108 // BLURRED LINES Bay Street Theater kicks off its mainstage season with the touching story of a boy cartoonist who draws the life he wants.

110 // CLASS ACTS Holly Peterson is shaking up the East End social order in It Happens in the Hamptons, a tart cocktail of a novel meant to be consumed poolside.

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STYLE 131 // THESE KNITS DON’T QUIT Kiss boring summer styles goodbye now that Italy’s most exuberant fashion brand, Missoni, is back at Shari’s Place.

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WANDERLUST Summer beckons with dreamlike, beach-worthy fashion.

134 // WHITE OUT! Your free pass to wear white this Memorial Day should take you beyond immaculate slacks and heels to touchable textures and hard-core hardware.

136 // THAT’S SO RETRO! A liberal dash of millennial pink turns old-school flower power into a modern day at the beach.

138 // NATURAL HABITAT The East End staple White’s Apothecary welcomes buzzy beauty brands and wellness bars to its East Hampton and Southampton stores.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG (DISH); RODOLFO MARTINEZ (MODEL)

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MISSION IMPOSSIBLE Hilary Swank wants to empower women with her luxe line of athleisure wear. Dress, Mission Statement ($450). missionstatement.com

156 // FAIR GAME

It’s time to invest in those seersucker staples you’ll be living in all summer.

The latest luxe timepieces from this year’s Swiss watch fairs will be turning heads in the Hamptons.

146 // BACK IN BUSINESS Summer has arrived—and with it, a new lineup of fashion finds.

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150 // CROWN JEWELS Randi Udell of London Jewelers picks her must-haves for the season.

152 // SUMMER LOVIN’ The East End falls hard for Chanel’s new Gabrielle handbag.

182 // MISSION IMPOSSIBLE Hilary Swank chats about her luxe line of athleisure wear with Mariska Hargitay and shares her secret to finding the power within.

188 // DINNER AT 8 154 // BEAUTY AND THE HEAT Touch up your summer regimen with the latest and greatest out East.

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From the world’s top restaurant to a bounty of Mediterranean-inspired eateries, these eight new Hamptons dining spots promise to make this culinary summer one to remember.

196 // THE HAMPTONS FROM A TO Z The guide to everything you need to see, hear, taste, and experience this summer.

204 // WANDERLUST In draping fabrics as easy as the ocean breeze and coastal-inspired colors, restless imaginations take flight.

212 // START YOUR ENGINES Driving season means cool cars on hot summer days. Here are our top five picks.

SPACE 221 // MODERN NOMAD Amidst a ragtag collection of furnishings and objects, artist Steve Miller creates an ode to nature in his studio and living space in an old potato barn in Sagaponack.

226 // DESIGNING DUTCHMEN With a thoughtful mix of antiques and modern furnishings, Jan and George Rutgers are bringing a European edge to relaxed living in the Hamptons.

230 // THE CALM WITHIN A beachfront home in Quogue proves that the best place to experience the ocean is inside.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY JIM WRIGHT

140 // STRIPE HAPPY


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GARDEN OF DREAMS Peter Marino’s garden in the Hamptons inspires a new book.

236 // PRIME LOCATIONS It’s no secret the Hamptons is the place to be, but does where you rent or buy still matter? A panel of local experts weighs in.

244 // GARDEN OF DREAMS Decades in the making, legendary architect Peter Marino’s garden is one for the books—namely a gorgeous new tome from Rizzoli.

248 // HOMEWARD BOUND

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MODERN NOMAD Artist Steve Miller silk-screens surfboards with X-ray images of plants and animals in his studio.

254 // THE GIVING TREE As Hamptons homes grow in scale, so do the trees surrounding them.

256 // MAKE A MOVE Matthew Breitenbach tells us how he became the firstround pick for athletes and celebs looking to buy in the Hamptons.

258 // A HOME IN PARADISE In Southampton, Mariana and George Kaufman unwind in their verdant wonderland.

260 // THE ROYAL TREATMENT One Kings Lane is pushing retail boundaries as it launches its very first brick-and-mortar store inside an iconic Southampton landmark.

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PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY BY JASON SCHMIDT AND MANOLO YLLERA (GARDEN); PHOTOGRAPHY BY COSTAS PICADAS (MILLER STUDIO); COURTESY OF WILLIAMS-SONOMA (LAUDER)

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HOMEWARD BOUND Aerin Lauder puts her touch on an exclusive line of tableware for Williams-Sonoma.

With new launches and fresh beginnings, these four design and décor hubs have us obsessed with getting our homes summer-ready.


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SELF 265 // IN YOUR ELEMENT Fresh on the Montauk wellness scene, the brand-new BYoga brings yogis together in a studio and practice inspired by nature.

266 // FIND YOUR BALANCE Your insider’s guide to the fifthannual Hamptons Wellness Week.

268 // COOL FOR THE SUMMER These two new athletic wear launches will leave you looking— and feeling!—your best.

270 // A CLASS BY ITSELF Taryn Toomey’s innovative fitness class breaks new ground.

BRIDAL 275 // PLAN ON IT! Fab weddings in the Hamptons have one thing in common: seasoned experts to guide the way.

276 // A SHORE THING Make the most of a classic beach wedding with sophisticated nautical touches.

278 // BLUSH AWAY

280 // “I DO” DO-OVER When you find true love the second time around, put aside the received wisdom and throw the bash you want!

282 // A ROYAL RECEPTION A bride’s dream becomes reality at the Gold Coast’s grandest castle.

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HOME AND HEARTS From gorgeous private estates to the grandest of event spaces, the Hamptons provides the perfect backdrop to hold your ideal wedding.

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Shades of pink and rose gold pair with floral designs for a nod to rustic romance.


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RARE FINDS We’re totally falling for L’Objet’s new limited-edition home accessories.

284 // PETALS OF PERSUASION Diamonds blossom into dazzling shapes to create an unforgettable moment on your wedding day.

286 // PLAN B (FOR BLISS!) A rain plan can be every bit as enchanting as sunshine and clear skies, if you do it right.

288 // HOME AND HEARTS Your options are nearly limitless when you hold your wedding at a private estate.

THE SOURCE 291 // STYLE. SCENE. SPACE. SELF. Your essential guide to fab dining, shopping, and living out East.

THE END Everything But Water’s Sabra Krock curates her days out East.

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clockwise from top left: Celebrating with David and Sadie at the famed Easter Egg Hunt at Marders in Bridgehampton; getting a VIP tour and first look at the new Tasting Room at Wölffer Estate Vineyard with Joey Wölffer; toasting Alec Baldwin, whose memoir, Nevertheless, will be fêted at East Hampton Library’s Authors Night; sharing an afternoon with Mariska Hargitay after her 2016 cover shoot (she wrote this issue’s cover story on longtime friend Hilary Swank); with Montauk-based photographer and author Michael Dweck, who launches his own rosé this summer.

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Opening weekend in the Hamptons is filled with a flurry of activity. After months of shuttered shops and limited dining options—not to mention the sheer horror that stores we all love so much have closed!—the air gets warmer, a bevy of pop-up shops arrives, and new restaurants open their doors. We have taken a deep dive into the eight most-anticipated summer eateries, including Daniel Humm and Will Guidara’s EMP Summer House. (Get your American Express card out—a table can only be booked by cardholders.) Plus, two of our forever favorites, Red Bar and Stone Creek Inn, celebrate their 20th anniversaries. And when talking about food, wine is not far behind: Wölffer Estate Vineyard had a gorgeous revamp in the fall, and it’s opening its second restaurant in Amagansett; beloved Montauk-based photographer Michael Dweck is introducing his own rosé; and Whispering Angel celebrates its 10th buzzy year. And, of course, summer is all about the openings: One Kings Lane will be setting up shop; hot brands like Reformation and Jimmy Choo are doing pop-ups; and one of our favorite beachy lines, Missoni, launches at Shari’s Place.

You know me, so this couldn’t possibly be it! Check out our essential guide “The Hamptons From A to Z” to find out everything you need to know this summer, from what gala tickets to grab to which art exhibitions are worth jotting into your planners. This summer we celebrate the #SummerOfSelf with a focus on health and wellness. There is no other place like the Hamptons, where the area that surrounds us helps us relax, recharge, and free our minds through fitness of all types. From surfing to boot camp classes, yoga, and Pilates, we will keep you posted on the hottest trends out East in the world of well-being. There is no better person to help us kick off this season than Hilary Swank, who has just launched her athleisure line, Mission Statement, which she decided to create after searching in vain for athleisure wear that fit her lifestyle. Swank is interviewed by friend and Hamptonite Mariska Hargitay. Happy summer 2017! Enjoy the issue.

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


Welcome back—we have missed you! As we launch our 39th season—and my 12th at the helm—we couldn’t be more proud to roll out our best and most curated year yet with many initiatives that are exciting and new. We have features, events, and online stories that will elevate our brand and your lifestyle, continuing to make Hamptons magazine the go-to place for previewing and experiencing everything wonderful about our vital East End community. Last year we premiered a section in the magazine called Self, which introduced you to our health and wellness coverage. It was such a great success that we have built our 2017 summer season around that theme. We are bringing fitness, health, and wellness to the forefront and will chronicle it on video online, on social media,

from top: In March we held our ninth annual business seminar at the Southampton Inn with (from left) Andrea Grover, Diana Ross, Hamptons Editor-in-Chief Samantha Yanks, Anthony DeVincenzo, Silas Marder, Dede Gotthelf, and Ian Duke; David and I celebrate our wedding day with Jewel and Bob Morris and Candy and Mark Udell of London Jewelers; at a real estate roundtable in Southampton Arts Center with (from left) Patrick McLaughlin, Amy Kirwin, Susan Breitenbach, Shannon Willey, Pamela Mueller, Michael Braverman, Stuart Patterson Disston, and Steven Dubb. inset: With the lovely and talented Goldie Hawn, who stars this month in the comedy Snatched with Amy Schumer.

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and in these pages as we make our own transformations. We will be kicking off as partners with Hamptons Wellness Week beginning June 10, as well as Southampton Sweat in August, and participating in master classes to have our favorite workout and wellness gurus help us fine-tune our best selves. As we start this season, we celebrate with our philanthropic partners; we join the Southampton Fresh Air Home for their Decorators-DesignersDealers Gala, on June 3; and we join our partners at the American Heart Association for the Hamptons Heart Ball, on June 10. Last September, I married David Greenberg, a wonderful man I re-met at our high school reunion. We soon learned that we had been playmates at a day camp 100 miles from there in upstate New York when we were 3 years old. The picture in the center is from our wedding, which was held at our friends Jewel and Bob Morris’s Hobby Hill home in Water Mill last September. Enjoy this weekend and the next few weeks as we gear up for the best season ever. And I’ll see you in town!

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MARISKA HARGITAY The actress, director, and producer has won an Emmy Award for her role as Olivia Benson on NBC’s Law & Order: SVU, and she has used her platform to raise awareness of sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse. In 2004, Hargitay formed the Joyful Heart Foundation, with the goal of transforming the way our society responds to these issues. The current focus of her work is the national rape kit backlog. She testified on the topic before Congress in 2010, and has since developed I Am Evidence, a documentary in partnership with HBO that recently premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. She interviewed her friend Hilary Swank about Swank’s new athleisure clothing line for our cover story (page 182). What’s something interesting you took away from the interview with Hilary? “That one piece of clothing can render your day entirely fluid.” Favorite spot in the Hamptons: “Any space my loved ones are in, be it my house, my friends’ homes, or Scoop du Jour.”

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DOUG YOUNG

HOLLY PETERSON

JEFF DUFOUR

An editorial, lifestyle, and food photographer, Young has shot for NY Cottage & Garden, Edible East End, Edible Long Island, Food & Wine, and The Clever Root, and his coffee-table books include Hamptons Gardens (Assouline) and a soon-to-be-released cocktail book, Finishing Touches (Cider Mill Press). He photographed this issue’s restaurant feature (page 188).

She’s the New York Times best-selling author of four books, and her writing has been published in Newsweek, Vogue, Town & Country, Elle Décor, Departures, and Harper’s Bazaar. Here, Peterson gives us a sneak peek at her new novel, It Happens in the Hamptons (page 110).

He’s been writing in New York and DC for the better part of 20 years, both as a freelancer and on staff at publications like National Journal, The Hill, The Washington Examiner, and UrbanDaddy. When he’s not writing, Dufour is usually playing soccer or fronting his Rolling Stones cover band, The Dukes of Dartford. He checked out the hottest new cars to ride around the Hamptons this season (page 212).

What was the hardest part about shooting in the Hamptons? “Memorial Day being the official start of summer and working on this a few months before proved to be challenging. [There were] weather issues as well as restaurants not being quite ready yet, but in the end chefs and restaurateurs are resilient!” Favorite Hamptons hangout: “I love the Walking Dunes in Napeague. The quiet, epic heights and vistas make for a great background for photos. People always ask, ‘Where did you take that?’”

What was the most rewarding thing about writing this novel? “I’ve written a work of social satire. It’s a world most Hamptons magazine readers understand well: a summer planet filled with outsized personalities intersecting at farmstands, in line at the Golden Pear, in the ocean, on the golf courses. Creating real situations where old money, new money, and the local population would clash up against each other was a recipe for laughs and knowing smiles.” Favorite Hamptons spot: “My relatively secret surf spot at 6:30 am where I meet another mom and our instructor for a sunrise session in the waves.”

Behind the story: “While I still love pulling up to the sand dunes in my well-worn SUV, it was a treat to do a deep dive into some of the most enviable convertibles and coupes out there. All of them put my vintage vehicle to shame, but here’s a spoiler alert: You don’t have to go full Ferrari to get a Magnum, P.I.worthy summer ride.”

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With an avid interest in horticulture studies, de la Cruz writes about art and nature, and the intersections between both. Her articles have appeared in T Magazine, The New York Times, Gastronomica, New York, WSJ Magazine, and Air France Magazine, among others. She also paints and collects botanical illustrations, and last year she completed her first collection of textile prints inspired by nature (pdlcbotanica.com). She wrote about Peter Marino’s exquisite garden on page 244. What was the biggest challenge about the assignment? “The biggest challenge when interviewing someone who is very visually articulate is to help them translate the images in their minds into words.” Favorite Hamptons spot: “It changes from season to season! Right now I am mostly into finding beaches where I can go with my Chilean terrier, Moai.”

JIM WRIGHT Once he picked up the camera, Wright never put it down, and after graduation his strong dislike of East Coast winters and love of surfing took him to California, where he got his break assisting famed photographer Peggy Sirota. After five years assisting, he decided to go out on his own and has worked consistently, shooting advertising, editorial, and music commissions for a wide range of clients. He photographed Hilary Swank for the cover of this issue. Favorite place in the Hamptons: “I just moved back to New York and was there for four years, and went to Montauk a lot. I grew up surfing, so I competed until I was 18, all up and down the East Coast.” What do you always bring with you to the beach? “I always bring my camera, sunscreen, a surfboard, and a bottle of rum.”

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As a writer and regular contributor to The New York Times, Martin writes about beauty and lifestyle. Her work has also appeared in Women’s Wear Daily, New York, Refinery 29, O, the Oprah Magazine, and Shape, among others. She resides in New York City, and wrote about Hamptons Wellness Week (page 266) and the exclusive spa at Baker House 1650 (page 323) for this issue.

Renowned for managing the careers of some of the most significant and notable talent in the epicurean space, Feldman founded Two Twelve Management and Marketing in 2004. He was named one of Crain’s New York’s 40 Under 40 in 2004 for his leadership in the hospitality industry and impact on the nation’s fast-paced restaurant scene. He chats with chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten on page 100.

What’s the most spectacular spa indulgence you’ve ever experienced? “Once while in St. John, I was given a massage on the beach. The sun was setting and the ocean breeze felt magical.” Staying fit: “I do ballet at least four times a week. It’s an incredible workout combining strength, stretching, and cardio. If I need to drop some pounds in a hurry, I add in Barry’s Bootcamp a couple of days each week. It’s the best workout there is.”

What’s your favorite thing about writing this column? “‘Food for Thought’ is in its sixth season, and each issue’s Q&A is just that—food for thought!” Go-to Hamptons hangout: “Our place at Sammy’s Beach—affectionately called ‘the shack.’ [It’s] sort of a throwback and what I remember and love most about my childhood on the East End.”


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Larry Scott

Alec Baldwin

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Edi Cungu

Zachary Vichinsky

Daniel Humm

Calvin Klein

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Erica Grossman

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FROM MANHATTAN TO THE HAMPTONS, HOT HAPPENINGS START THE SEASON OFF WITH A BANG!

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Summer is back—and with it a host of buzzy events. Hamptons magazine kicked off the season with a local business seminar, bringing new ideas and initiatives to the East End. Oceanic Global helped raise awareness about the health of our oceans with several of the field’s leading advocates at the new 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, and Sotheby’s International Realty hosted a networking event with some of the biggest names in real estate. Of course, it wouldn’t be summer without new blockbuster films. The Cinema Society held a special screening and afterparty to celebrate the acclaimed new movie Norman, while the Tribeca Film Festival returned to Lower Manhattan to showcase some of the best independent films of the year. Get ready for the fabulous season ahead!

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Sotheby’s International Realty hosted a networking event with Sotheby’s brokers from New York City and Greenwich, Connecticut, along with brokers from the Sotheby’s affiliates Prominent Properties and Ward Wight in New Jersey. The agents mixed and mingled with their colleagues while previewing the beautiful apartment 15A at 10 Sullivan Street, with its incredible 180-degree views. The event was cohosted by Hamptons and its sister magazine Gotham and featured light bites by The Awkward Scone and wine from Wölffer Estate Vineyard.

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OCEANIC GLOBAL LAUNCH AT 1 HOTEL BROOKLYN BRIDGE On April 10, approximately 200 of New York’s leading philanthropists, environmentalists, ocean advocates, and business leaders gathered at 1 Hotel’s new Brooklyn Bridge location to mark the official launch of Oceanic Global. The nonprofit organization employs art, music, and technology to educate people about issues that affect our oceans and to offer solutions. Attendees—including James and Barry Sternlicht, Sailor Brinkley Cook, Zaria Forman, and Rami Bitar— enjoyed a presentation on Oceanic’s latest initiatives by founders Lea d’Auriol and Luis Navia.

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS TO LOWER MANHATTAN

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The Tribeca Film Festival brought the glitz and glam of Hollywood to downtown Manhattan as the biggest names in the industry hit the city for a clutch of premieres. But just as exciting as the movies were the star-studded afterparties. Emma Watson and Tom Hanks attended the party for The Circle, Christopher Plummer was the life of the afterparty following The Exception, Maggie Siff was spotted at the celebration for One Percent More Humid, Clark Duke enjoyed the festivities following the premiere of Dog Years, and Ben Stiller attended the afterparty for The Dinner.

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HAMPTONS MAGAZINE BUSINESS SEMINAR Hamptons Publisher Debra Halpert and Editor-in-Chief Samantha Yanks, along with Dede Gotthelf, welcomed more than 100 guests to the Southampton Inn for the magazine’s ninth annual Local Business Seminar. The event’s speakers included Andrea Grover, executive director of Guild Hall; Silas Marder, owner of the landscape design firm Marders; Ian Duke, a partner in Union Cantina and Southampton Social Club; Anthony DeVincenzo, vice president of marketing and technology for California Closets; and Diana Ross, partner and executive store director at White’s Apothecary.

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NORMAN SCREENING AND AFTERPARTY BY THE CINEMA SOCIETY WITH NARS AND AVIÓN

Hors d’oeuvres were a welcome treat at the afterparty.

Andrew Saffir and the Cinema Society, in partnership with Avión and NARS, held a special screening and afterparty for the new film Norman. The screening was presented at The Whitby Hotel, with the party following at The Skylark. Guests including Jake Davies and Jim Gaffigan enjoyed the breathtaking views, delicious bites, and Norman-themed cocktails from Avión, dubbed The Fixer and Eshel’s Elixir.

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EAST END EMPIRE WINERY SCION JOEY WÖLFFER DISTILLS THE ESSENCE OF THE HAMPTONS LIFESTYLE INTO THREE DISTINCT PROJECTS.

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Joey Wölffer epitomizes life on the East End: business and beach. As the beauty and brains (her brother and husband are key parts of the operation, too) behind the 30-year-old brand that everyone knows and loves—yes way, rosé—she is now extending her reach to two other pillars of the Hamptons lifestyle: fashion and food. This spring, Wölffer oversaw the massive renovation of the Tasting Room at Wölffer Estate Vineyard (139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, 5375106; wolffer.com) in Bridgehampton, honoring her family’s legacy but also keeping it fresh. “I wanted it to feel like the heritage of the brand and like it’s been around forever—we aren’t a start-up—but also modern,” she says. To that end, the room features a wall of family and field photographs, framed in old fencing from the farm. There are sheepskins, cowhides, and low-slung leather armchairs, too. It’s a neat summation of Wölffer’s aesthetic: a shift forward as she pays tribute to what was, and what works.

“I WANTED IT TO FEEL LIKE THE HERITAGE OF THE BRAND AND LIKE IT’S BEEN AROUND FOREVER—WE AREN’T A START-UP—BUT ALSO MODERN.”—joey wölffer After renovating the Tasting Room at her family-owned vineyard and moving her eponymous fashion boutique to a new year-round space in Sag Harbor, Joey Wölffer is now set to debut the third pillar in her East End realm: a restaurant in Amagansett.

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With her fashion boutique, Joey Wölffer (17 Madison St., Sag Harbor), she is also taking a good thing and making it better. At its new location, Wölffer is “investing in the space. It is so much more me and retail-friendly. I will really be able to focus on the product and the aesthetic now. It will be open year-round.” She’ll feature hand-picked organic beauty products, equestrian-inspired athleisure wear (a nod to the stables), and, of course, all those amazing goodies you’ve come to expect from her: perfect dresses, denim, and bags. Finally, Wölffer’s new LA-themed restaurant, Wölffer Kitchen Amagansett (4 Amagansett Sq.), is set to open soon in the old Meeting House space. “It

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allows us to spread our brand in the right way,” she says. “We’ll use great, fresh ingredients, which is so Amagansett because of all the kids and surfers coming to and from the beach.” Think grain bowls, zucchini pasta, healthy pizzettes, and smoothies. “It’s totally Joey, too,” she says. “We’re doing floral cushions, lots of whitewashing, and fun details that feel surprising but also aligned with the brand.” Trendy but not overkill. Business and beach. “My goal is to continue creating a Hamptons lifestyle brand,” says Wölffer—and that also means stopping to smell the rosé. “The best part of all the work is having such amazing teams that we can rely on so that we can actually enjoy these spaces.”

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STRANGER THINGS THE PARRISH TURNS AN INTRIGUED EYE ONTO MODERNIST JOHN GRAHAM. BY STEPHANIE MURG

John Graham, Lunchroom Coffee Cup, circa 1930, Collection Allison Stabile, New York, now on view at the Parrish Art Museum.

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“Similarity is very boring,” John Graham wrote in 1954 of his predilection for painting cross-eyed women. Bold change was the only constant along Graham’s Zelig-like path through the 20th-century art world, and an exhibition on view at the Parrish Art Museum traces the astonishingly varied career of this “maverick modernist.” “Graham’s influence on younger artists and his role in the late 1920s and 1930s in America as a conduit for

ideas from Europe is well known, but his own work is harder to pigeonhole,” says Parrish Chief Curator Alicia Longwell, who organized the exhibition of 65 paintings and works on paper. “He was a stylistic chameleon.” Born Ivan Gratianovitch Dombrowski in Kiev in 1886, Graham had studied law, served in Czar Nicholas’s cavalry during World War I, and escaped the Bolshevik Revolution before his 1920 arrival in

New York City, where he enrolled in the Art Students League. It would be the first of many reinventions: A swashbuckling multitasker, Graham was also a poet, writer, art critic, mystic, and yoga enthusiast known to practice his sirsasanas on Georgica Beach while clad only in a loincloth. A selfportrait from this period begins the chronologically arranged show. In the early 1940s, his bold and jazzy still lifes gave way to realistic—and often

mesmerizingly strange— portraits. “He realized that he had pursued abstraction as far as he could,” explains Longwell. “It has been said that he returned to his ‘prerevolutionary’ roots, yet there is nothing backward-looking about the way he painted these figures, with the compressed space and unmodulated planes of color that are a hallmark of modernism.” Through July 30, 279 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 283-2118; parrishart.org

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Truffled chicken breast with wild mushroom risotto and French beans at Red|Bar Brasserie.

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Step into Kirk Basnight’s Red|Bar Brasserie, founded in 1998, and you’ll feel as if you’ve come home. With a new executive chef, Todd Jacobs, the restaurant continues to lean heavily on local purveyors for dishes like truffled chicken breast with wild mushroom risotto (“a favorite since day one,” Basnight says). Now there are even more ways to savor the modern French/American cuisine. Outdoor dining allows guests to enjoy comfort food under the stars, and Basnight and his staff are going to be busier than ever with the launch of Red Catering. “After 20 years in business, I am very thankful, mindful, and appreciative of my Red|Bar family,” he says. 210 Hampton Road, Southampton, 283-0704; redbarbrasserie.com

“Cuisine du marché” (cooking from the market) is how chef Christian Mir and his wife and business partner, Elaine DiGiacomo, describe Stone Creek Inn’s French-inspired menu and their commitment to area suppliers. Tiny cheese ravioli with mussels and white truffle oil-infused chive broth has been a steady favorite, and the new vegetable fricassée highlights local produce. “The biggest change I have seen over the last 20 years is that people want the same excellent food and professional service but they want to feel relaxed in their environment,” says DiGiacomo about the shift in service style. “We’ve always taken great pride and pleasure in getting to know our guests!” 405 Montauk Hwy., East Quogue, 6536770; stonecreekinn.com

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“AFTER 20 YEARS IN BUSINESS, I AM VERY THANKFUL, MINDFUL, AND APPRECIATIVE OF MY RED|BAR FAMILY.”—kirk basnight

Chef Christian Mir (above) of Stone Creek Inn turns out beautifully plated Frenchinspired dishes, like this seasonal egg custard trio.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY TED DELANO (RED|BAR); DOUG YOUNG (MIR, EGG DISH)

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THE GUILDED AGE GUILD HALL’S NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ANDREA GROVER, LOOKS TO THE VENUE’S STORIED PAST AS SHE PLANS ITS FUTURE. BY CARRIE DOYLE

Guild Hall Executive Director Andrea Grover assumed her post in September, after an almost six-year stint at the Parrish Museum, and she is already making her mark on the 86-yearold institution. Her mandate includes celebrating the past that has made Guild Hall so significant, as well as updating it with new ideas and programs to further integrate it into the present day. “Guild Hall has an incredible founding mission and was created as a gathering place to encourage a finer type of citizenship through the arts,” Grover explains. “Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller presented on our stage and used it as a testing ground before their plays moved to Broadway. Jackson Pollock had his artwork on the walls here in 1949. Guild Hall was one of the first institutions to show photographers as fine art in the 1930s, and it was one of the first multidisciplinary institutions in the country. It was unusual in the 1930s to have a museum and theater under one roof, and yet Guild Hall did.” After successfully transitioning the Parrish Museum into the 21st century, introducing acclaimed programs such as PechaKucha lectures and the Parrish Road Show, Grover was the smart choice to take the helm at Guild Hall. She arrived with four edicts for her staff that she calls “the drumbeat of the institution for 2017.” They are: let artists lead the way; make space for the

PHOTOGRAPHY BY RICK WENNER

“GUILD HALL HAS AN INCREDIBLE FOUNDING MISSION AND WAS CREATED AS A GATHERING PLACE TO ENCOURAGE A FINER TYPE OF CITIZENSHIP THROUGH THE ARTS.” —andrea grover


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MUST-SEE! DON’T MISS THESE THREE EVENTS AT GUILD HALL THIS SEASON. ANGRY YOUNG MAN. Stephen Hamilton directs this funny, quick-witted, and award-winning play about a Middle Eastern surgeon who comes to London only to find himself caught between political-minded locals on the far left and far right. May 31 to June 18

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SEASON SPECTACULAR BENEFIT PRESENTS: JAY LENO. The legendary comedian and late-night host takes a 7 pm time slot for one night only, for Guild Hall’s Fourth of July weekend benefit. July 1 “AVEDON’S AMERICA.” This exhibition will display over 50 years’ worth of the photographer’s work, including his signature black-and-white portraiture of figures such as William F. Buckley, Janis Joplin, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump. August 12 to October 9

The Shop at Guild Hall is in the lobby. above: The original awards committee included (standing) Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Perry, Joseph F. Cullman III, Peter Jennings, Sydney Gruson, and Wilfred Sheed as well as (seated) Elaine Steinbeck, Henry Geldzahler, and Sherrye P. Henry. left: John Drew Theater.

next generation; diversity every day; and collaborate to thrive. In practical terms, that means revitalizing the Academy of Arts program, which has been in existence since 1985 and is currently helmed by Eric Fischl. Grover is leaning on this group of creative professionals to advise her team on theater and exhibitions, to serve as mentors to the Artists in Residence Program, and to teach workshops. Grover has also created a teen arts council to help grow tomorrow’s artistic community. Diversity that avoids tokenism is an important part of the mission. “Museums and

cultural institutions are in the habit of celebrating diversity a few times a year,” Grover explains, “but it shouldn’t be relegated to one day a week or one month. It should be every day, year round.” And as for collaboration, she is sharing resources and marketing with other cultural centers on the East End of Long Island and planning a festival next winter. “Art is always the center of every activity that I am involved in,” says Grover, “and I feel that artists are life’s greatest product testers. Putting them at the center of what we do is the secret to innovating and being ahead of the curve.”

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“TENNESSEE WILLIAMS AND ARTHUR MILLER USED [OUR STAGE] AS A TESTING GROUND BEFORE THEIR PLAYS MOVED TO BROADWAY.”—andrea grover


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SCENE INN-TEL Take a dip in the pool at Baron’s Cove, managed by Tara Anne Rothberg (below).

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Innkeeper at Baker House 1650 Cocktails for a cause: “We’ll be hosting cocktail parties for various charities throughout the summer, as well as prescreening events for Hamptons International Film Festival. Keep an eye out for Alec Baldwin!” Trendy toast: “Guests are obsessed with our huevos rancheros, now served with seven-grain avocado toast and cilantro from our herb garden.” 181 Main St., 324-4081; bakerhouse1650.com

General manager at The Chequit Freshly baked: “To accompany Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee at our White Hill Cafe, we’re amping up our freshly made baked goods to include housemade breads, cinnamon rolls, cookies, and cakes.” Dessert throwdown: “Chef Gayle Scarberry’s legendary brownie sundae will have a rival this year

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General manager at Baron’s Cove Beach bum: “Expanded beach service now includes build-your-own picnic baskets and rentable beach toys for children, in addition to our complimentary shuttle, chairs, towels, and umbrellas.” Sip and shop: “Fun pop-up shopping events will include happy-hour specials and live entertainment. Luxury designer Figue is scheduled for Memorial Day weekend.” 31 West Water St., 844227-6672; baronscove.com 92  HAMPTONS-MAGAZINE.COM

“EXPANDED BEACH SERVICE NOW INCLUDES BUILD-YOUROWN PICNIC BASKETS.” —tara anne rothberg

Huevos rancheros with avocado toast and cilantro at Baker House 1650. inset: Its innkeeper, Antonella Bertello.

with her new Liège waffle, glistening with caramelized sugar and served with caramel gelato and root beer syrup.”23 Grand Ave., 7490018; thechequit.com MICHAEL NENNER

General manager at Gurney’s Montauk Chopper power: “We’ve partnered with Blade to offer helicopter service to and from Manhattan, so you’ll arrive in time for live music at our 2,000-foot private beach club.” Summer style: “This season’s fashion collective will include designs from 6 Shore Road, Joie, and GG

Maull.” 290 Old Montauk Hwy., 668-2345; gurneysmontauk.com CHARLIE IRONS

General manager at Montauk Yacht Club Keep it local: “This year we are ‘localizing’ American classics in the East End. There is nothing better than our grass-fed burger, featuring beef from Bridgehampton and tomatoes from John Q’s Farmers Market.” On the dock: “Guests can enjoy a Prohibition-inspired drink on our new Sunset Pier. We will have entertainment on deck all

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including our nationally recognized apple brûlée oatmeal, a recipe finalist on BedandBreakfast.com.” Picture perfect: “We just added a terrific collection of original paintings by Lauren Robinson, which captures the East End’s coastal feel.” 371 Montauk Hwy., 500-9013; white fenceswatermill.com

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General manager at Ram’s Head Inn New chef: “Bringing international flair, chef Matt Murphy helms the kitchen with a new menu featuring produce from our own gardens.” Spice it up: “Bar manager and mixologist Harry Brigham’s newest creation, Hot Blooded, adds a dash of cayenne simple syrup to Botanist gin and muddled blood orange.” 108 Ram Island Dr., 7490811; theramsheadinn.com

our Tavern dining area and upstairs main dining room as we celebrate Ben and Bonnie Krupinski’s 15th anniversary of owning the inn.” Open air: “Brandnew cushions have arrived for our outdoor dining and garden lounge—the perfect spot to enjoy chef Michael Rozzi’s seasonally inspired menu.” 143 Main St., 3241770; 1770house.com DEDE GOTTHELF

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General manager at The 1770 House What’s old is new: “This year’s refresh revealed historical ceiling beams that offer a soaring new look to

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The newly renovated common room at White Fences Inn.

General manager at Topping Rose House Meet your neighbor: “Each Friday we’ll be hosting a communal dining experience in our barn with a different guest host and menu by Jean-Georges.” Bacchanalian society: “This monthly fundraising event will include blind wine tastings, with the winners taking home a complete collection for their personal cellar.” 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., 537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com LIZ BRODAR

Innkeeper at White Fences Inn Morning glory: “Breakfast is a highlight,

Montauk Yacht Club’s Charlie Irons (inset) suggests a cocktail, like this Fisher’s Gimlet, on the resort’s new Sunset Pier.

The beach club at Gurney’s Montauk, managed by Michael Nenner (inset).

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HE’S THE TOP AS HE CELEBRATES HIS FIRST YEAR AT TOPPING ROSE, JEAN-GEORGES VONGERICHTEN IS COOKING LIKE A LOCAL—AND EATING LIKE ONE, TOO.

Fresh from the garden: An heirloom tomato and summer fruit salad, one of acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s favorite dishes at Topping Rose House.

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How was the first year out East at Topping Rose House? “It was a tremendous first year in terms of business. We learned a lot about the local clientele and are looking forward to the second season.” What is your favorite item on the menu? “Tomato salad, as well as the watermelon and goat cheese appetizer. I love the fresh, light dishes that feature

vegetables from our garden.” Now that you are a “local,” do you have a favorite spot to eat? “After a long night at the restaurant, my team and I like to dine at our neighbor Pierre’s. I also like to visit Sant Ambroeus for pasta, Tutto il Giorno in Sag Harbor, and my friend Marie Eiffel’s market in Shelter Island.” What’s next for Topping Rose? Anything else out East?

“This summer we will be working with Hamptons magazine on a weekly dinner series in the barn at Topping Rose House. Starting Memorial Day weekend for 10 consecutive weeks, we will feature a special menu from my various New York City restaurants, including Jean-Georges, ABC Kitchen, and Perry St. We want to give guests the opportunity to taste and

experience our NYC restaurants. This family-style dinner will be open to 40 guests, who will be seated at communal tables.” What is your favorite activity outside the restaurant? “I love to be outside in nature and paddleboarding on the lake with my family.” 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 537-0870; toppingrose house.com/restaurant/

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SCENE MUST-SEE right: Glen Baldridge, Stoned to Death, 2017, at Halsey McKay Gallery. below: Grant Haffner, Mohawk Trail, 2017, at Roman Fine Art.

ART HOUSE RULES THESE FIVE GALLERIES SHOULD BE ON YOUR CAN’T-MISS LIST THIS SUMMER.

CAN’T-MISS GALLERY #1: GRANT HAFFNER AT ROMAN FINE ART

CAN’T-MISS GALLERY #2: GLEN BALDRIDGE AND ELIAS HANSEN AT HALSEY MCKAY

A notable newcomer to the East End art scene is Roman Fine Art, which opened last fall in the former home of Vered Gallery. “We are not your typical Hamptons gallery,” says director Damien Roman, who focuses on emerging and midcareer artists whose work is characterized by “bold visual statements.” On May 27, he debuts a solo exhibition of dreamy landscapes by painter Grant Haffner. Expect those colorful country roads and sunset-lit skies to look familiar: Haffner is a local who grew up in Springs. 66 Park Pl., East Hampton, 917-797-8931; romanfineart.com

Traditional art-making and craft techniques are distorted rather than perfected in a new show of works by Glen Baldridge and Elias Hansen. On view through June 11, the joint exhibit includes marbled paintings with camouflaged text (Baldridge) as well as an exuberant chandelier consisting of illuminated beakers, flasks, and other repurposed laboratory glassware (Hansen). For Halsey McKay co-owner Ryan Wallace, the artists’ work pulses with “the spirit of centuries of DIY ne’er-do-wells and highly skilled craftsmen alike.” 74 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-5770; halseymckay.com

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PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF HALSEY MCKAY GALLERY (STONED TO DEATH); COURTESY OF ROMAN FINE ART (MOHAWK TRAIL)

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CAN’T-MISS GALLERY #5: “TARYN SIMON: THE INNOCENTS” AT GUILD HALL

Benjamin Keating, Untitled 74, 2017, at Tripoli Gallery.

Guild Hall Museum opens CAN’T-MISS GALLERY #3: “EAST END ART WORLD, AUGUST 1953: PHOTOGRAPHS BY TONY VACCARO” AT THE POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CENTER

More than six decades after a Look magazine assignment took photojournalist Tony Vaccaro to the home of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, his long-lost images of the couple and other East End artists (the de Koonings, Larry Rivers, Fairfield Porter) have returned to SpringsFireplace Road. On view through July 29 at the Pollock-Krasner House, the 20 photos—shown here for

the first time—include a previously unknown color portrait of Pollock. “Tony’s work reflects his sensitivity to each individual,” says director Helen Harrison. Vaccaro, still working at age 94, “doesn’t manipulate his subjects,” she explains. “He allows them to be themselves.” 830 Springs-Fireplace Road, East Hampton, 3244929; stonybrook.edu/pkhouse CAN’T-MISS GALLERY #4: BENJAMIN KEATING AT TRIPOLI GALLERY

Brooklyn-based sculptor Benjamin Keating works at the intersection of art and

THE SUMMER MONTHS ABOUND WITH GROUP SHOWS. START WITH THOSE AT TWO RECENTLY RELOCATED STAPLES OF THE HAMPTONS ART SCENE. Richard J. Demato’s RJD Gallery (2385 Main St., Bridgehampton, 725-1161; rjdgallery.com) has emerged from the ashes of last December’s Sag Harbor Cinema blaze in a new, much larger home,

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Willem de Kooning and Hedda Sterne (LEFT) dancing at an East End nightspot in an August 1953 photograph by Tony Vaccaro, at PollockKrasner House.

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its summer season on June 17 with an exhibition of photographs by Taryn Simon. Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the Innocence Project (a nonprofit dedicated to criminal justice reform), the show re-examines Simon’s first major photo series, which documents the stories of men and women convicted of crimes they did not commit. Notes Simon, “Photography’s ambiguity, beautiful in one context, can be devastating in another.” 158 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0806; guildhall.org

where a group exhibition titled “No Boundaries” is on view through June 22. Having moved from Water Mill to Sag Harbor, Sara Nightingale Gallery (26 Main St., Sag Harbor, 793-2256; sara nightingale.com) offers “#friendswithboats.” Opening May 27, the exhibition—which includes Barry Underwood’s diptych Edgewater (LEFT)— nods to the new space’s water views, as well as Nightingale’s own sailing skills: She moved to Sag Harbor in 1985 to teach sailing at Devon Yacht Club.

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objecthood. Tripoli Gallery kicks off the summer with an exhibition of 20 new works by the artist, on view through June 18, including “paintings” of aluminum and maquettes in gleaming cast bronze. Owner Tripoli Patterson lauds Keating’s “ability to capture and crystallize memories and time” through objects that are at once fresh and familiar. 30A Jobs Lane, Southampton, 377-3715; tripoligallery.com


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LA VIE EN ROSƒ CELEBRATING THE 10TH VINTAGE OF ITS BUZZY FLAGSHIP ROSÉ, CHÂTEAU D’ESCLANS BRINGS A TASTE OF ST-TROPEZ TO THE HAMPTONS.

Great wine hinges on four elements, says rosé producer Sacha Lichine, the bon vivant owner of St-Tropez winery Château d’Esclans: the soil (that ineffable quality called terroir), the grapes, the climate, and, finally, the winemaker, whose craft harmonizes all the other elements. The problem, he adds, is that rosé is the most difficult wine to make well. Luckily for Château d’Esclans, Lichine is perhaps the most prominent producer in the world. Ten years ago, winemakers, restaurants, and distributors could barely give rosé away. But exports of Provençal rosé to the US increased by more than 900 percent between 2006 and 2015, with a 58 percent increase between 2014 and 2015 alone. Now in its 10th vintage, Château d’Esclans’s flagship rosé, Whispering Angel, has come to epitomize the classic dry Provençal style. Much of the complexity is owed to bâtonnage, whereby fine lees, or dead yeast cells, are stirred back into the wine, while new technologies, including advanced refrigeration systems and pneumatic presses, keep the processing precise, all crucial to the production of “a product that is very easy to make average,” Lichine says. “The perception of rosé in America has changed dramatically,” says Aldo Sohm, chef sommelier at New York’s Le Bernardin, whose acclaimed wine program is central to its three Michelin stars. “There’s a real following of rosé now, which didn’t exist a few years ago.” Perhaps Château d’Esclans’s greatest achievement, says Lichine, has been creating wines whose experiences are evocative of St-Tropez itself—clean, crisp, sophisticated, and fun. “What we’ve done,” he says, “is create a taste.”

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Think (soft) pink! Château d’Esclans’s Whispering Angel epitomizes the classic dry rosés of Provence, where the wine has been produced for 2,600 years, and continues to lead the growth of rosé’s booming popularity in the US.

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Andrew Lippa’s new musical for Bay Street Theater (bottom right) adapts Jules Feiffer’s acclaimed graphic novel (bottom left).

BAY STREET THEATER KICKS OFF ITS MAINSTAGE SEASON WITH THE TOUCHING STORY OF A BOY CARTOONIST WHO DRAWS THE LIFE HE WANTS.

What do you get when you gather together a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, a number-one Billboard chart-topping composer, and a Tony Award-winning producer? Why, The Man in the Ceiling, the new musical that will debut at Bay Street Theater on May 30. With a book by Jules Feiffer, music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, and direction by Jeffrey Seller (who produced the Broadway smash Hamilton), the limited-run play is sure to be a hit. “I love stories about families who are trying to love each other and support each other even when they are conflicting in other ways,” says Seller. “I fell in love with Jules Feiffer’s work in high school, and it’s a privilege and a pleasure to work with him now.” Based on a young adult novel that Feiffer published in 1994, the musical tells the story of a boy cartoonist who is misunderstood by his family and finds support with the imaginary comic characters he invents. Although a cartoonist himself, Feiffer demurs when asked if the play is autobiographical. “It’s fiction,” he explains. “I like to make up stories, which means that I like to be as surprised by what happens as the reader is. Lippa and Seller have taken my novel and turned it into a gorgeous family play about a real family, which is at the same time funny and moving and satirical and outrageous. It’s been a joyous and great experience all around.” 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 725-9500; baystreet.org

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“I FELL IN LOVE WITH JULES FEIFFER’S WORK IN HIGH SCHOOL, AND IT’S A PRIVILEGE AND A PLEASURE TO WORK WITH HIM NOW.” —jeffrey seller

The show’s creative team includes (from left) Andrew Lippa, Jules Feiffer, and Jeffrey Seller.

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CLASS ACTS Every year, when the last Friday in May rolls around, the towns on the tip of Long Island fade from black and white to Technicolor. New energy suddenly pumps through the veins of the roadways and pulsates in the crashing waves. Everything is sexier: the loose strap of a tank top and the swing of a hip newly exposed to bright, warm sunlight. In turn, everyone feels it: the clubby families sipping Southsides on their forlorn couches, the flashy hedgefunders checking themselves out in the mirrors of their shiny new Teslas, and the locals bracing themselves for the pleasure-seeking crowds. The summer tears on, and the different classes swirl around each other like the frothy wake of the Atlantic we share. It Happens in the Hamptons is a novel that explores this clash of cultures. By July, the wife is flirting with the golf pro, and the husband with the yoga teacher. The impeccable matron, reared with manners fit for a queen, is abusing her staff now that the lunch guests have departed. The banker, who briefly considered his architect a buddy, excoriates him over shallow shelves that don’t hold his polo shirts. As the diverse backgrounds, incomes, and desires that were pent up all winter begin to boil over in the heat of summer, things get messy, unpredictable, and as dangerous as the ocean’s nighttime waves. Summer life becomes an inferno of sweaty cash, couture, food, sex, and parties. Pros and pretenders of all sorts roil and lurk around us. It is a wonder we make it out alive to tell the tale…

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREW WERNER (PETERSON)

The East End social order—old money, new money, and the local population—has inspired writers for generations, and now Holly Peterson is shaking it all up in a tart cocktail of a novel meant to be consumed poolside. This exclusive excerpt from It Happens in the Hamptons comes with an introduction written by the author especially for Hamptons magazine.


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could have predicted that the summer’s turmoil would start the moment Kona’s rusty Jeep blasted through the wooden white entry gates that Saturday night. The car skidded around a rare Japanese tree and screeched to a stop. Kona marveled at the deep tire marks he’d made in the cinnamon pebbles raked like frosting. Luke stepped out from the passenger side first. He swiped his hands down his black pants and stiffened the collar on his white shirt. His soft, dark eyes itched from a day in the salt water, and a trace of white zinc remained in a small patch of stubble on his handsome jaw. No matter how hard he’d worked, nothing felt right. The guys were trying their best, but that didn’t extinguish the “fish out of water” neon sign blinking on their foreheads as they entered the fray of the .001 percenters at the Chase estate. The mansion bulged with impossible weight over the fragile oceanfront dune. “You think we’re dressed right?” Luke asked. “Hamptons Festive might mean those pink ties and blazers.” “Nah. Black and white. Always the safe bet. All good,” answered Kona. Years battling waves had sculpted his burly frame, now sheathed in a wrinkled white button-down he’d found in the depths of his dresser. “When you’re tan and good-looking and not a fat banker, it doesn’t matter what clothes you got on. F--- these people: we look good.” “Thanks, man,” Luke said, as Kona threw the parking attendant his keys in an arc over the exposed roll bar of his Jeep. “We teach the Chase kids to water-ski and surf; I’m sure little Richie made them invite us.” He remembered this same kid had dented the shiny right bumper of the owner’s new four-seater Porsche Panamera “family car” when the automatic driveway gates had opened on their own last summer. Jake Chase, the forty-seven-year-old corpulent owner of the otherwise pristine vehicle, didn’t much mind. He knew he’d simply have someone tell someone to tell someone to repair it. At the scene of the fender bender, Jake, amazed by his uncanny ability to keep everything so well in perspective, had assured the young man: “It happens, kid. Don’t sweat it. Hell, why should a fifty-thousand-dollar gate function properly when you push a button?” The legendary Jake Chase was like that, always trying to prove he was on even par with the local guys because he started out driving a laundry truck to get by in college. By the time he was thirty-five, that stint behind the wheel led Jake to create the country’s largest Laundromat chain. Developing entire malls followed, and the cash rolled in with the same certainty as those pounding waves in front of his summer home. Jake would punch the guys too hard in the upper arm to make sure they were alert when he recounted tales of his career. He’d then throw his balding head back in laughter, hoping deep down in his short, stubby build that they got his inane jokes. Cool is a gift

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bestowed. Luke and Kona knew one couldn’t buy, rent, borrow, or steal it. “C’mon, man,” yelled Kona, shaking his stringy blond hair that graced the lower part of his shoulders—a perfect length to attract the lady folk, while still thrusting a middle finger at any semblance of a desk job. “Julia Chase is waiting for me upstairs; I just feel it.” Julia Chase, the buxom hostess of tonight’s Memorial Day weekend cocktail affair, had pushed the guys hard to show, insisting her glamorous friends wanted to meet real surfers. Luke, thirty-one, and Kona, thirty-four, had both grown up in the same Southampton school district. Their local friends and relatives were electricians, land surveyors, restaurateurs, AV technicians, shop owners—normal American folks who actually lived in one residence all year round. They knew middle-class childhoods, nothing more—and a lot less when times were tough. The gray slate steps were illuminated with a subtle line of lights flooding the stairs as if they were leading to the entrance of a royal Egyptian tomb. As he strode up to the event, Kona couldn’t decide if Julia Chase’s supersized wealth and married status were an inconvenient reality, or one of those thrilling challenges that tended to smack him in the face. “The beach was empty, my towel was like a goddamn postage stamp in the sand,” Kona declared, with boorish confidence. “And Julia chooses to do a down-dog yoga move like five feet in front of me? She’s dying for it.” “She may have not even noticed you were there,” counseled Luke. “Don’t get us in hot water with Jake Chase. The season is just starting and that kook is sharper than he looks.” Entering her territory and this grandiose house, Kona began


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to question everything he’d felt on his territory: the water sports camp on his beach. Whether he could properly evaluate Julia’s stretching needs or not, he resorted to his fail-safe stance and walked up those illuminated steps like he owned the entire forty-million-dollar beachfront property. He reminded himself that life was all about making moves—on bored, horny housewives, on job connections with the city people, on any opportunity that befell him. He rubbed the stubborn sand out of his eyebrows and shook his head a bit to cast off these rare schoolboy inhibitions. ****** Near the twelve-foot-high privet to the side of the estate, a young woman escaped the party and raced behind the pool shed, her heart beating violently. She tried to create moisture in her dry mouth by sucking on the insides of her cheeks. Pulling her glorious, curly mane off her bare back, she knotted it up into a bun. Waiting for her, he lay like a starfish in the dark, tangled brush. His blazer flapped open against the sandy earth beneath him, exposing the Lilly Pulitzer pink-and-yellow gardenia lining he found so festive and reassuring all at once. He passed the time deciphering the sparkling constellations above, his eyes eventually settling on the hunter, Orion. He checked his vintage Rolex Daytona. Indeed, she was eighteen minutes late. Off in the distance, the waves of the Atlantic pounded the shoreline, making the ground beneath him reverberate with a gentle rumbling. He had all night to mingle, and he knew all the arrivistes sipping their colorful cocktails on the other side of the hedge wouldn’t discover them. His reasoning, honed on the debate team at Exeter, usually did not fail him. As she opened the wooden gate, it creaked loudly, and she carefully closed it back while covering it with dangling branches. “Over here,” he said quietly, calmly. She liked his voice. It was so gentlemanly, so evolved, so not like men her age. “I’m coming!” she whispered loudly, hopping on one platform espadrille as she pulled off the other. She walked with both shoes hanging from her two fingers as she moved along the pathway toward him. Before reaching the clearing where he lay, she noticed the stars flickering above as the evening sky transformed the landscape into a hazy, Hamptons purple hue. She snapped a photo to be posted later. For sure. “You smell delicious,” he muttered as he pulled her down toward him. ****** “It’s not like we’re saving some hedge fund client in rough currents; they hardly need us here,” Luke whispered loudly to Kona. He looked back at the lawn, which was as long as the five-par golf

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holes he used to caddy. He pointed at the never-ending driveway behind them. A dozen cars snaked along, while uniformed valets raced around to open doors as if they were saving children from a burning building. First rolled in a vintage 1970s Mercedes convertible 280SL, then a Porsche Turbo S, and then an Aston Martin V12 Vantage. Kona yelled back to Luke. “‘A’ole pilikia. Stop sweating this. Let’s go crush the buffet.” For the first time, the men were able to check out the grounds of the famous Chase house, normally hidden behind twenty-foot-tall hedges. Only in the late autumn and winter, when the leaves fell and the green walls turned to barren branches, could anyone get even a glimpse of the landscaped Southampton estates filled with outdoor art installations, tennis courts, and infinity pools stretching out toward the sea. Kona and Luke passed an enormous sculpture that looked like a poodle made up of long balloons that clowns twist into shapes. Luke wondered if it cost over a million dollars, or over ten million, or possibly even more. Just then, both men heard laughter on the other side of the hedge. “Let’s start some trouble if you wanna wait,” said Kona, trying to peer through the bushes at a couple in the sea grass. He grabbed Luke’s shoulder and pushed him behind the pool shed so they could both get a better look. “Let’s go,” cautioned Luke. “Nope,” replied Kona. He waited a few more moments, and then yelled “Yo!” at the couple to get their attention. Suddenly, from behind the pool shed on their side of the hedge, a muscled man tapped Luke’s arm with enough force to inflict a bruise. “Can we help you boys? Whom are you yelling at?” He elbowed his partner. “No, uh, we were…” answered Luke, rubbing his arm. “You were what?” The two security goons looked at each other, trying to divine if Luke and Kona were nosy guests or criminals. Luke said, “All good, all fine.” The men walked up the stairs, while the guards muttered to themselves. “I think we should figure out who the guy was in the grass with the young woman,” said Kona. “I got a nose for bad stuff and I’m telling you… sicko preppy pervert.” On the expansive deck overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a sea of kelly green and Tweety-Bird yellow now greeted Luke and Kona, as if they had suddenly walked onto a life-size board of Candy Land. Orange and pink weather balls were strung across the pool. Waiters meandered through the throngs with cantaloupe mojitos curated to match the guests. The guys didn’t know where to move first, as wealthy summer people converged in tight, impermeable circles. On the couches, a media CEO who had just merged his company with a telecommunications giant pontificated gleefully about spineless antitrust legislation. And inside, a black artist, dressed in a Gucci bomber jacket, track pants, and snakeskin Balenciaga high-tops,

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Book ’Em! We’ve picked three more titles to pop into your beach bag.

The serious-minded memoir: Ariel Levy’s The Rules Do Not Apply is a beautiful memoir by a woman who was leading a happy, accomplished life, only to watch it rapidly crumble before her. Levy tells her story with the clarity and unforgiving honesty of someone strong enough to work through the pain. The classic beach read: Jamie Brenner’s The Forever Summer is a novel about Marin Bishop, a brilliant and beautiful young lawyer. When her love life and career fall apart, she is greeted by a long-lost half-sister, who tells her of the family she didn’t know she had. Something for the kids: Pack a book for your favorite tween to enjoy with Elizabeth Doyle Carey’s The Test. This is the gossipy start to a series called Junior Lifeguards, about the crushes and clashes of four diverse girls all starting their first season as lifeguards-intraining on Cape Cod.

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mesmerized a crowd about his blockbuster show in Chelsea. While waxing on about cultural signifiers, his devotees jockeyed to secure one of his tar-covered sculptures they knew would triple in value by next summer. Luke and Kona walked strategically around the herd of partygoers toward the bar, the drink less important to them than their dire need to look occupied and purposeful. Luke tapped his toe impatiently. “Like I predicted, we don’t know anyone.” The wind turned slightly, and they got a whiff of the wood-burnt pizzas the celebrity chef created in the Chases’ new outdoor pizza oven. “Relax, man,” answered Kona, grabbing a slice with heirloom baby artichokes and truffle shavings. “We look fine, professional.” Of course “professional” to these two meant they had “a job,” such as running a water sports venture in summer. In winter, Kona worked as a Hawaiian landscaper and Luke, a part-time marine biology teacher. To everyone else at the party, “a job” meant “own, run, or be the majority stockholder in a multinational conglomerate.” Luke and Kona waded around huge floor pillows covered in Mexican tapestries, an attempt by Julia Chase to make the “intimate” affair for one hundred and fifty guests seem thrown together and casual. The party planner had charged the Chases twenty-eight thousand dollars just for the “bohemian” décor, fifty-five thousand dollars for a tent complete with Latin American planters flown in from Belize, and sixty-four thousand dollars for food and beverage that included a shellfish taco bar with several handsome servers hacking open stone crabs flown in from Florida. The Kobe beef sliders and the hip-hop Pandora station pumping in the background helped boost the Chases’ belief that they were playing it down. Minutes later, Julia Chase spotted Luke and Kona lying back on loungers by the pool, several black cod ceviche crisps they’d hoarded balancing on their thighs. As they chomped, she appeared before them like a Missoni mermaid, with a long knit skirt in shades of peach that strategically matched the setting sun. “Kona, Luke, there’s so many people who want to meet real surfers!” Julia’s blond curls framed her beautiful, angular face, and her lips were permanently poised as if to whistle. “Sure.” Kona slowly lumbered up as if he didn’t really need to meet anyone, because, well, he was fitting in just fine. But before they could take the seven steps over to her, Julia had turned away to infiltrate another group of men and women who would rather swallow an orange beach ball than talk to someone who wouldn’t advance them socially or professionally. Like twins in their monochrome black pants and white collared shirts, Kona and Luke stood there dumbstruck one moment too long. Just then, a man dressed in Pepto-Bismol-colored pants shoved his empty highball glass in Kona’s one hand, mushed a pesto marinadecovered napkin and shell-encrusted toothpick in the other, and said, “Waiter. Be so kind. Fetch me two gin and tonics.”


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East Hampton Point At East Hampton Point, spectacular sunset views over Three Mile Harbor set the scene for an exceptional Hamptons waterfront-dining experience. New in 2017 is Chef Craig Attwood, one of the East End’s finest chefs with a signature menu, a refreshed dining space and special events. Attwood presents seafood-driven New American cuisine for lunch and dinner on the deck, in the nautically-themed main dining room and upstairs private dining room, at the indoor or outdoor bar, and, on the water for boaters who dock and dine. The acclaimed Reggae Sunday returns from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekends with live music, themed cocktails and idyllic sunsets. A favorite go-to for its easy and chic waterfront vibe, fine food and lively bar scene, East Hampton Point is also a sought after celebration venue for enchanting weddings and special events. The exclusive five-acre resort property, just minutes from East Hampton Village, includes seasonal restaurant, year-round luxe accommodations and full-service marina.

DETAILS 295 Three Mile Harbor/ Hog Creek Road East Hampton, NY 11937 631.329.2800 easthamptonpoint.com

CUISINE: New American ATMOSPHERE: Easy & Chic Hamptons Waterfront SIGNATURE DISH: Seafood EXECUTIVE CHEF: Craig Attwood


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Prime At Prime, the latest trends in cuisine and design present the most insatiable and fashionable diner with a first-choice destination. Menus for every mood combine classic favorites with modern twists. Well-qualified hands in the state-of-the-art kitchen prepare the finest ingredients. Order from the raw bar and sushi bar, or dig into steaks and chops. Sip a signature cocktail or select a wine from the 6,000-bottle Vine Room, wine cellar. Savor the striking décor and spectacular view of Huntington Harbor. In season, dine on the Porch or Dockside; enjoy a refreshing cocktail on the Fantail Deck or outside at the Cabana Bar. Also, alfresco during the Summer enjoy live music on weekends and Monday night movie nights. Year-round the Prime experience is underscored by excellent service.

DETAILS 117 North New York Avenue Huntington, NY 11743 631.385.1515 restaurantprime.com

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Prime Steaks & Seafood Upscale Relaxed SIGNATURE DISH: Prime Grand Plateau CHEF DE CUISINE: Gregg Lauletta ATMOSPHERE:


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Centro Trattoria & Bar Centro Trattoria & Bar is a farm to fork Italian Restaurant, owned by restaurateur Sal Biundo, located in Hampton Bays, New York. Serving Apertivo Hour, Dinner and Sunday Brunch, all of Centro’s menu items are made in house using many of the East End’s local, in season produce. Executive Chef James Carpenter centers his menu around fresh homemade pasta, individual pizzas from our wood burning oven and dishes with Italian and Mediterranean touches, such as clams oreganata, grilled octopus and zucchini chips. Our bar boasts a craft cocktail menu with drinks infused with basil, mint and rosemary grown at the restaurant. While our extensive wine list compliments our plates and customers’ tastes with wines by the glass which will enable customers to sample wines from all regions, or bottles from our glass wine cellar. The location features a main dining room, catering rooms, bar area, separate lounge area, wine cellar and outdoor patio with a wood burning fireplace. Their outdoor bocce court, back garden with fresh herbs, and weekend live music schedule are ready for the upcoming summer season in the Hamptons.

DETAILS 336 West Montauk Highway Hampton Bays, NY 11946 631.594.5744 centrohamptons.com

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Italian Classy & Trendy SIGNATURE DISH: Fresh, House-made Pasta CHEF DE CUISINE: James Carpenter ATMOSPHERE:


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Union Cantina Union Cantina, designed by Southampton Social Club owners Ian Duke and David Hilty, sits in the iconic Bowden Square and is open all year-round. Working alongside award winning Executive Chef Scott Kampf, the trio continues to bring innovative Mexican cuisines to Southampton throughout the year. This popular Mexican eatery serves lunch and dinner. The restaurant sits behind the 400 Rabbits Tequila Bar, which is reminiscent of a prohibition-era speakeasy. The festive atmosphere incorporates both the sleekness of the Hampton’s high society with the rustic beauty of Mexican culture. The dark woods are balanced by the bright cerulean colored walls, and are also decorated with Mexican artwork. Union Cantina is the hotspot all year-round for festive dining, live music and A-list celebrations!

DETAILS 40 Bowden Square Southampton, NY 11968 631.377.3500 unioncantina.net

CUISINE:

Modern Mexican Festive, incorporating both the sleekness of the Hampton’s high society with the rustic beauty of Mexican culture SIGNATURE DISH: Deconstructed Enchilada CHEF DE CUISINE: Scott Kampf ATMOSPHERE:


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Topping Rose House Chef Jean-Georges’ Hamptons outpost is entering its second season and is the most desirable dinner and event space in the Hamptons. JG’s simply cooked menu is ideal for the healthconscious Hamptonite who still wants to enjoy a social night out. The hotel’s event space features a barn that will host this summer’s hottest weekly dinner party which will include new `menu themes each Friday night from one of Jean-George’s many restaurants. The restaurant’s new outdoor champagne and wine bar will add a fun outdoor atmosphere to those hoping to enjoy a glass of rose on the lawn before the sun goes down.

DETAILS One Bridgehampton—Sag Harbor Turnpike 631.537.0870 toppingrosehouse.com

CUISINE:

Simply Cooked American Airy, Fun Atmosphere SIGNATURE DISH: Parmesan Crusted Chicken CHEF DE CUISINE: Drew Hiatt

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PierreÕs Pierre’s unique location, on Main Street in Bridgehampton, is in the heartbeat of the charming and extraordinary Hamptons. This is where Pierre Weber, a 5th generation baker, made his nest. He is sharing his vision of an elegant, chic yet casual establishment with the support of the sophisticated and Euro-friendly New Yorkers and Hampton locals. This is St Barths, Buzios, St Tropez and José Ignacio all in one place. Hip, classic, and festive from day one, Pierre’s restaurant was established in May 2002 and has not been closed one day since! Pierre’s is open for breakfast, lunch or brunch, and dinner, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

DETAILS 2468 Main Street Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.5110 pierresbridgehampton.com

CUISINE:

French Casual Chic SIGNATURE DISH: Lobster Fricasse CHEF DE CUISINE: Pierre Weber ATMOSPHERE:


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Baron’s Cove Baron’s Cove is a classic, All-American restaurant, featuring fresh and local dishes by chef Matty Boudreau, one of the Hampton’s most acclaimed chefs, and a wine list curated by renowned author and wine enthusiast Jay McInerney. Choose from surf & turf, expertly grilled steaks, succulent fish, buttery lobster rolls and a selection of seasonal dishes. Watch the sunset over Sag Harbor Cove from our second floor dining room and outdoor terrace. Dining room reservations strongly recommended.

DETAILS 31 West Water Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.2101 Baronscove.com

CUISINE: New American ATMOSPHERE:

Casual Long Island Duck EXECUTIVE CHEF: Matty Boudreau SIGNATURE DISH:


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Dockers Waterside Marina & Restaurant Dockers Waterside Marina & Restaurant has been a Dune Road destination for 27 years offering stunning bay views, magical sunsets and incredible food that all make for the perfect summertime dining experience. All of our seats overlook the water and with 2 outdoor waterside living rooms, plus 3 bars, Dockers pleases at every level. Our menu is an eclectic mix of creative American cuisine with an emphasis on fresh seafood, steaks and lobsters all created and designed by Chef Scott Hastings. Our casual, relaxing and friendly environment is by design with an “on vacation” feel. It’s a Hamptons waterfront destination like no other.

DETAILS 94 Dune Road East Quogue, NY 11942 631.653.0653 dockerswaterside.com

CUISINE:

Seafood, Lobster, Sushi, Raw Bar & Steaks ATMOSPHERE: Upscale Beach Casual SIGNATURE DISH: Tuna Two Ways CHEF DE CUISINE: Scott Hastings

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Limani Welcome to Limani. Our priority is to provide you, our guests, with the best ingredients, produce, seafood and fish that the world has to offer. All made possible through relationships with purveyors, farmers and fishermen domestically and from the Mediterranean. These purveyors supply us with all of our premium products while maintaining sound environmental practices and maintaining the core values of the Mediterranean diet. The highest quality ingredients, the freshest seafood grouped with Limani’s rendition of Greek hospitality are all part of the recipe – perfect in its simplicity. Welcome to our home and enjoy! Please join us for Lunch, Brunch, Dinner and Private Events.

DETAILS 1043 Northern Blvd. Roslyn, NY 11576 516-869-8989 limani.com

CUISINE: Mediterranean ATMOSPHERE:

Lively Grilled Octopus EXECUTIVE CHEF: Chef Alam SIGNATURE DISH:

iL Giardino by John Gambino John Gambino recently opened iL Giardino Restaurant in Aquebogue. John is serving his signature creations including, Seafood Salad, John’s Sicilian Salad, Vine Ripe Tomatoes and Onion Salad, Sautéed Baby Eggplant, Turkey Meatballs, Bucatini Broccoli Rabe, North Fork Paccheri, the famous family style Lobster Fra Diavolo over linguine, Homemade Cannoli. The restaurant is run by John and his daughter Maria Gambino. The dining room and bar feature local wines from the vineyards and local produce and seafood. John says, “I’m very happy to be bringing a little bit of Sicily to the North Fork!” John’s daughter Josie Gambino and Mica Marder, will grow basil, eggplant, and tomatoes in their outdoor garden and also supply organic free range poultry from Spring Farm in East Hampton. This welcoming farmhouse was decorated by John and designer Claudia Uscategui. It is open for dinner at 4pm Tuesday to Sunday all year round.

DETAILS 739 Main Road Aquebouge, NY 11931 631.779.3900 ilgiardinoaquebogue.com

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ATMOSPHERE: Relaxed SIGNATURE DISH:

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Designing the Hamptons

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THESE KNITS DON’T QUIT KISS BORING SUMMER STYLES GOODBYE NOW THAT ITALY’S MOST EXUBERANT FASHION BRAND, MISSONI, IS BACK AT SHARI’S PLACE.

Shari’s Place is bringing back Missoni after a lengthy hiatus. Here, contrasting colors took center stage on the Italian label’s Spring/Summer 2017 runway.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ESTROP/GETTY IMAGES

BY ADRIENNE GAFFNEY

The East End welcomes a brilliantly bold arrival this summer as the retail emporium Shari’s Place adds Missoni to its stable of top designer brands. The Italian fashion house, a favorite of area celebrities dating back to the days of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Diana Vreeland, is returning to the boutique after a lengthy absence. The launch has been long anticipated by the Shari’s Place team. “Missoni is an iconic brand that we’ve had our eyes on for years,” says owner Shari Kaynes, who opened the shop 35 years ago and runs the business with her husband, Larry. “We were one of the first specialty stores to introduce Missoni to Long Island over 25 years ago.” This summer, Missoni’s looks will feature exaggerated V-necks, trompe l’oeil effects, lightweight spacedye fabrics, and geometric patterns. While maintaining its classic aesthetic with knits and never-boring patterns, the brand is also introducing new stitches and compositions for enhanced depth. “Color and purity” are the collection’s primary themes, according to Creative Director Angela Missoni, who has overseen the fashion house’s design for two decades. “There are a few patterns, like the ones that mimic malachite and tiger’s eye, but contrasting color combinations—a bright, clean blue with tangerine, or pistachio with blush and gold—take center stage.” The collection is particularly beachready: Tank dresses, sarongs, and delicate cardigans are all core items.

“MISSONI IS AN ICONIC BRAND THAT WE’VE HAD OUR EYES ON FOR YEARS.” —shari kaynes

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Easy-to-wear cardigans and tank dresses are a perfect fit for the Hamptons’ relaxed elegance, says Missoni Creative Director Angela Missoni (right).

“MISSONI’S [KNITS] ALWAYS LOOK RIGHT. YOU CAN DRESS THEM UP WITH HEELS OR DOWN WITH FLIP-FLOPS.”—shari kaynes

A detail from the Spring/Summer 2017 show. right: Dress, Missoni ($1,185).

The line’s trademark thin knits, joyful swimwear, and brilliant hues make it an ideal option for easy summer dressing, says Kaynes. “Their knitwear is chic and easy to travel with—it’s perfect for an evening out in the Hamptons. It’s what our client looks for in the Hamptons, because Missoni’s knit dresses, sweaters, pants, and skirts always look right. You can dress them up with a pair of heels or you can dress them down with a pair of flip-flops.” For Angela Missoni, who has long admired Shari’s Place as the go-to for sophisticated European design on the East End, the fit is gorgeous. “We love Shari’s Place,” she says. “It’s a place for forward-thinking, bold women who are not afraid to take chances in their fashion choices or in life. With the collection’s informal and relaxed elegance, Missoni shares the same casually chic aesthetic and lifestyle as the Hamptons.” 29 Main St., Southampton, 726-7200; 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516484-7400; sharisplace.com 

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PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF MISSONI (TOP LEFT, TOP RIGHT); COURTESY OF SHARI’S PLACE (BOTTOM RIGHT); BY VICTOR VIRGILE/GAMMA-RAPHO VIA GETTY IMAGES (BOTTOM LEFT)

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WHITE OUT! YOUR FREE PASS TO WEAR WHITE THIS MEMORIAL DAY SHOULD TAKE YOU BEYOND IMMACULATE SLACKS AND HEELS TO TOUCHABLE TEXTURES AND HARD-CORE HARDWARE. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JEFF CRAWFORD STYLING BY CONNOR CHILDERS

Crawford frame shoulder bag, Michael Kors Collection ($1,750). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-3653512; michaelkors.com. Doris sandal, Alexandre Birman ($695). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermixonline .com. 14k yellow-gold and freshwater pearl Orbit bangles, Michelle Farmer Collaborate ($1,300 each). 2491 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 604-1850; michellefarmer.com. Beaded Gypsy earrings, Jennifer Miller ($125). 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-9061; jennifermillerjewelry.com

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STYLE #TRENDING Inspiration: Styles imitative of those from the recent past—but with a modern twist—are redefining the Hamptons shores.

Sandal, Prada (price on request). Americana Manhasset, 2080 Northern Blvd., 516365-9700; prada.com

A LIBERAL DASH OF MILLENNIAL PINK TURNS OLD-SCHOOL FLOWER POWER INTO A MODERN DAY AT THE BEACH. BY CASEY TRUDEAU

14k rose-gold diamond flower stud earrings, London Jewelers ($1,585). 2 Main St., East Hampton, 3293939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 287-4499; londonjewelers.com

Leather and cork platform sandal, Michael Kors ($850). 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 267-2200; 30 Main St., Southampton, 283-2633; michaelkors.com

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Abstract surfboard, Thom Browne ($4,500). Hirshleifers, Americana Manhasset, 2080 Northern Blvd., 516-627-3566; thombrowne.com

Vintage jewelry case, Chanel ($750). What Goes Around Comes Around, 48 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0874; whatgoesaroundnyc.com

Aerial Scoop swimsuit, Zimmermann ($295). 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-6291; zimmermannwear.com

Bodrum coral fouta terry beach towel, Serena & Lily ($78). 332 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 537-5544; serenaandlily.com

Daisy Eau So Fresh, Marc Jacobs (2.5 oz. for $96). Sephora, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, 4251488; sephora.com

Grace box rattan, Mark Cross ($2,395). Kirna Zabête, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 5275794; markcross.com

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THAT’S SO RETRO!

Cat-eye sunglasses, Fendi ($505). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; 64 Main St., Southampton, 283-8510; intermix.com


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STYLE BEAUT Y AT THE BEACH

NATURAL HABITAT THE EAST END STAPLE WHITE’S APOTHECARY WELCOMES BUZZY BEAUTY BRANDS AND WELLNESS BARS TO ITS EAST HAMPTON AND SOUTHAMPTON STORES. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

A beauty authority in the Hamptons for over 130 years, White’s Apothecary continues to evolve and expand. This month it revamped its store in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn, and now the emporium is introducing a slew of new brands to its multiple New York City and Hamptons locations. “In beauty, you have to have newness,” says Diana Ross, the company’s marketing director. “I like to keep it fresh by adding to the collection.” New to the East Hampton and Southampton stores are fragrances from Tom Ford, with plans to eventually offer the brand’s entire line. “I love everything he does, so this is exciting,” Ross says. This season, Hamptonites can also purchase products from the popular skincare brand Peter Thomas Roth

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and the indie line Lash Star Beauty; they can even receive hair and makeup applications at the new dry-styling bars. And that’s not all. The boom in clean cosmetics has inspired White’s to add wellness bars, offering products from the natural skincare lines Tata Harper and Drunk Elephant, among others, plus supplements and plant-based remedies. “Our philosophy has been to make everyone look and feel their best at any age,” says Ross. Also not to be missed: an array of fabulous events during Hamptons Wellness Week (June 11–18), including facials by Tata Harper on June 16 in Southampton and June 17 in East Hampton. 81 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0082; 18 Hampton Road, Southampton, 287-2900; city-chemist.com

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“OUR PHILOSOPHY IS TO MAKE EVERYONE LOOK AND FEEL THEIR BEST AT ANY AGE.” —diana ross

PHOTOGRAPHY BY OLGA FILONENKO (BACKGROUND); COURTESY OF PETER THOMAS (MASK); COURTESY OF TOM FORD (FRAGRANCE); COURTESY OF TATA HARPER (SERUM)

White’s Apothecary is introducing an assortment of luxe new products this season, including (below, from left) Peter Thomas Roth’s 24K Gold Mask, the fragrance Orchid Soleil from Tom Ford, and Tata Harper’s Rejuvenating Serum.


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10680 W. Forest Hill Boulevard, Wellington, FL 33414 C: 561.758.1605 www. mariamendelsohn.com

© 2015 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 Equal Housing Opportunity. district in property listings are deemed reliable, but should be verified by your own attorney, architect or zoning expert.


STYLE UPGRADE

STRIPE HAPPY HAMPTONS GENTS, REJOICE! IT’S TIME TO INVEST IN THOSE SEERSUCKER STAPLES YOU’LL BE LIVING IN ALL SUMMER. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JEFF CRAWFORD STYLING BY LISA FERRANDINO

Tie, Red Fleece by Brooks Brothers ($50). 48-50 Main St., Southampton, 287-3936; brooks brothers.com. Dali seersucker espadrilles, Soludos ($55). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 377-3981; tenet shop.com. Calder trunk, Onia ($145). Local Knit, 725 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 807-4635; localknit.com

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From $5.8 million to over $20 million. Currently under construction with completion anticipated 4th Qtr 2018. 1000museum.com | 855.663.6873 | info@1000museum.com | 1000 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL

Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating representations of the Developer. For correct representations, make reference to this brochure and to the documents required by section 718.503, Florida statutes, to be furnished by a developer to a buyer or lessee. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. Policy for achievement of Equal Housing Opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin. This is not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy, condominium units to residents of any jurisdiction where prohibited by law, and your eligibility for purchase will depend upon your state of residency. FOR NY RESIDENTS : THE COMPLETE OFFERING TERMS ARE IN A CPS-12 APPLICATION AVAILABLE FROM THE OFFEROR. FILE NO. CP16-0131 The building is currently under construction but not yet completed. Any images of a competed building are artists renderings incorporating the proposed building into the existing skyline. As depicted in the developers brochures or on the developers website, sketches, renderings, graphics, plans, specifications, services, amenities, terms, conditions and statements contained in this brochure are proposed only, and the Developer reserves the right to modify, revise or withdraw any or all of same in its sole discretion and without prior notice. Use and operation of the Helipad are conditioned upon obtaining FAA and other governmental approvals. No assurance can be given about whether the approvals can be obtained, and/or if so, the timing of same. Artist rendering provided by Catapult13 | Creative Director Alfred Lamoureux


Full service catering and event planning in the New York City, Hamptons and Tri-State area.

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A fresh catch depends on us. We’re restoring water quality on Long Island and around the world to make our waters more fishable, swimmable and drinkable. Join us and we can protect our bays and harbors for generations to come.

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STYLE SPOTLIGHT

The Eres by Nupié collaboration boasts boho-chic sandals in Eres’s colors and prints. RIGHT: AYR’s spring collection is now available at its pop-up in Sag Harbor.

BACK IN BUSINESS SUMMER HAS ARRIVED—AND WITH IT, A NEW LINEUP OF FASHION FINDS.

BEACH BABE

Oscar de la Renta goes beach-chic in a new collaboration with Flagpole. The swim collection consists of six elegant, fashion-forward looks, from a color-block one-piece to a ruffled off-the-shoulder bikini with high-waisted shorts. With prices ranging from $450 to $500, each suit is an investment piece worth wearing season after season. Michelle Farmer

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Collaborate, 2491 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 6041850; michellefarmer.com. STRAP HAPPY

When two French brands come together, expect great things. Case in point, the Eres by Nupié collaboration, combining Eres’s quintessential prints and colors—from mosaic patterns to chartreux—with Nupie’s free-spirited laceup sandals. The result? A summer sandal to take you

from day to play. The laces are interchangeable, so you can get an array of looks from a single pair. 55 Main St., East Hampton, 604-5544; eresparis.com BACK TO BASICS

Online shop AYR is popping up in Sag Harbor, bringing its chic basics to Hamptons clients. The shop—open through September—is selling cult favorites including denim and linen dresses and

shorts and jumpsuits. 25 Madison St., Sag Harbor; ayr.com FIT TO A TEE

Tony Melillo—purveyor of luxurious basics—opens his first permanent East End outpost this season. The new store, in East Hampton, is the perfect

Tony Melillo (INSET) brings ATM, a New York favorite for luxe basics located on Bleecker Street (ABOVE), out to East Hampton.

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF ERES; AYR; ATM

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STYLE SPOTLIGHT Vilebrequin teams up with Karl Lagerfeld for a capsule collection of blue hues and swim favorites. LEFT: Mixology is carrying new brands like Lovers + Friends. BOTTOM LEFT: Sunglasses, RetroSuperFuture ($329). Available at Tenet Concept.

IN STYLE

Intermix’s East End locations welcome stunning new pieces for summer. In East Hampton, the Talitha line offers breezy bohemian separates, while No. 21 consists of trendy feminine styles. In Southampton, Dion Lee’s airy yet architectural silhouettes and Thierry Mugler’s scuba-style dresses are must-haves. We suggest Dion Lee’s gingham top and No. 21’s seersucker mules for a look that’s completely Hamptons-chic. 87 Main St., East Hampton,

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The Intermix boutique in Southampton is carrying new designers. RIGHT: Lynn swimsuit, Flagpole for Oscar de la Renta ($475).

HELPING HAND

The French Rivera’s favorite swimwear brand Vilebrequin teamed up with the legendary Karl Lagerfeld—creative mastermind behind Chanel and Fendi— for an eight-piece limited-edition collection of men’s and women’s pieces. Featuring vibrant blues mixed with pops of black and white, Lagerfeld lends an unmistakably modern touch to the brand’s European-style swimsuits. 30 Main St., East Hampton, 344-5970; vilebrequin.com MIX IT UP

Mixology pulls out all the stops for Hamptons style-setters this summer. Shop new brands like boho Ban Jara, relaxed So-Cal tops and dresses from Rails, and an exclusive

partnership with Jet by John Eshaya of distressed and embroidered T-shirts and jackets. 148 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 684-0040; shopmixology.com NEW BEGINNINGS

Three of the Hamptons’ finest shops receive highly anticipated expansions and additions just in time for the start of the season. Blue1 (2397 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 2371796; shopblueone.com)

welcomes lifestyle pieces and accessories to its newly expanded space, featuring Native Ken eyewear and Joie DiGiovanni jewelry. Michelle Farmer Collaborate (2491 Montauk Hwy., 604-1850; michellefarmer.com) adds custom-made pillows and blankets from Morocco as well as Currey and Company lighting to her home collection. And Tenet’s new lifestyle shop, Tenet Concept (95 Main

St., Southampton, 3533453; tenetshop.com), will take over Mark Humphrey’s old art gallery space, selling jewelry, accessories, and apothecary treasures from Byredo and Lola James Harper.

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display for his pre-fall collection exclusives like camo sweat suits and T-shirt dresses. He even designed the furniture to fit his line’s modern, minimal aesthetic—making the boutique a full Melillo experience. 20 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; atmcollection.com


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STYLE SOCIAL NETWORK Sylvie mini bag, Gucci ($2,250). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-0994; gucci.com Tropicana sandals, Aquazzura ($850). Intermix, 64 Main St., Southampton, 283-8510; 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermixonline.com

“We have it all at London Jewelers... so these marble Kelly Wearstler pieces are a wonderful home accent.” Round box, Kelly Wearstler ($395). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 287-4499; londonjewelers.com

“Nothing is more classic than a Love bracelet,” says Udell. “I wear a few to mix in to make the best arm candy.” 18k yellow-gold and diamond-pavéd Cartier Love bracelet, Cartier ($40,400). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-6273200; cartier.com

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PHILANTHROPIST AND LONG ISLAND NATIVE RANDI UDELL OF LONDON JEWELERS PICKS HER MUST-HAVES FOR THIS SEASON IN THE HAMPTONS.

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BRUNCH:

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COFFEE: Jacks

“Since we have so many events, Zimmermann is my go-to for anything frilly and fun!” Divinity ruffle dress, Zimmermann ($995). 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-6291; zimmermannwear.com

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Santos de Cartier sunglasses, Cartier ($980). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-3200; cartier.com

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“I love to wear the Bulgari black Serpenti day into night. The best accessories are always jewelry!” 18k rose-gold, diamond, double spiral wrap, black ceramic and gold Serpenti Spiga watch, Bulgari ($32,000). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 287-4499; londonjewelers.com

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THE GABRIELLE IS A DESIGN MARVEL, FUSING THE SLOUCH OF A HOBO-STYLE HANDBAG WITH A STRUCTURAL BOTTOM.

Freedom, comfort, functionality— these were the three requirements at the top of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel’s list when she created a handbag that merged practicality with style in 1955. Her idea for dressing the modern woman still rings true today, and it’s nowhere more apparent than in the new bag that bears her name. Chanel’s creative director, Karl Lagerfeld, introduced the Gabrielle bag during the brand’s Spring 2017 runway show. It’s a design marvel, fusing the slouch of a hobo-style handbag with a structural bottom, resulting in a contrasting silhouette that feels fresh and excitingly new. In order to achieve this posh juxtaposition, the handbag is fitted on a rigid thermoformed base, and the body of the bag is crafted from light and supple quilted leather. Of course, Chanel also has perfect taste in its muses, with Kristen Stewart, Cara Delevingne, Caroline de Maigret, and Pharrell Williams all helping to get the word out in an Instagram campaign. Available in a range of styles (quilted backpacks, chic shoulder bags, sturdy totes, and youthful bucket bags) as well as a multitude of colorways, the Gabrielle offers endless style possibilities. We can’t help but think Coco herself would be pleased. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-6273566; chanel.com

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HERE AND TOP LEFT: The new “it” bag from Chanel hit the runway at the brand’s Spring 2017 show. ABOVE: Poppy Delevingne, an English model and sister of Chanel muse Cara, sports the Gabrielle backpack. LEFT: An array of elegant Gabrielle bags ($3,000–$4,000) in mixed materials and classic colors.

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF CHANEL

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STYLE BEAUT Y NEWS Ric Pipino’s Hairspace at Gurney’s is offering a new deep-conditioning treatment designed specifically for sunny summer days. INSET: Master stylists Gil Haziza and Ric Pipino.

Pro surfer and Montauk native Quincy Davis is the inspiration for Dr. Dana Stern’s new nail polish Quincy.

TOUCH UP YOUR SUMMER REGIMEN WITH THE LATEST AND GREATEST OUT EAST. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

BACK IN ACTION

Following two openings in NYC, Cayli Cavaco Reck’s Knockout Beauty returns to Bridgehampton for a second season. Along with last summer’s offerings, the beauty store with a fondness for clean brands will welcome the pure biotic skincare line Kát Rudu, the natural makeup brand Rituel de Fille, and more. Hamptonites can also get beautified via facials, peels, eyebrow ser-

Restorative Hair Mask, for the utmost in hydrated and frizz-free hair. 64 Park Pl., East Hampton, 212-262-8899; warrentricomi.com A new deep-conditioning treatment at Ric Pipino’s Hairspace at Gurney’s is designed to penetrate and moisturize the hair while you soak up the sun, followed by a blow-out after your day in the rays. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-1754; hairspace.co

vices, and dermaplaning, available weekly. 2400 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton; knockingonforty.com MANE ATTRACTION

Get glam with the R+Co Beach Blowout at 27 Hampton Salon, which employs a blend of volumizing and thickening products from the buzzy brand for the most voluptuous result. 27 Hampton Road, Southampton, 3773107; 27hamptonsalon.com

Smith & Cult’s Exit the Void nail lacquer. BELOW LEFT: Knockout Beauty.

Leave Fay Teller Salon looking like you’ve spent the day surfing, thanks to the Beach Wave Blowout. Using Moroccanoil’s Beach Wave Mousse, the stylist blow-dries the hair, then softly curls it with a large-barrel curling iron. 19 Corwith Ave., Bridgehampton, 537-3393; instagram.com/ faytellersalon/ After you’ve enjoyed a day at the beach, Edward Tricomi of Warren Tricomi suggests a blow-out with the salon’s exclusive Blow Dry Serum and

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COLOR ME SUMMER

The new 9-Free Nail Color line from dermatologist and Hamptonite Dr. Dana Stern includes Quincy, a soft-pink polish inspired by pro surfer and Montauk native Quincy Davis. drdanabeauty.com Smith & Cult’s Exit the Void is an opaque periwinkle-blue nail color that’s as cool as the summer breeze. White’s Apothecary, 18 Hampton Road, Southampton, 287-2900; smithandcult.com Go bold with Hot Child in the City, a bright orange from Deborah Lippmann’s Cool for the Summer collection. Bluemercury, 46 Main St., Southampton, 283-0255; bluemercury.com

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The Hamptons | New York City | Washington, DC | Miami | Boston & Cambridge | Los Angeles | Santa Barbara & Montecito | Aspen | San Francisco Bay Area Nick Gavin, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker | Joshua M. Doyle, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker | William R. Williams, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson | Tyler Q. Mattson, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson | Brian A. Buckhout, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker. Real estate agents affiliated with Compass are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Compass. Equal Housing Opportunity. Compass is a licensed real estate broker located at 90 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Fl. NY, NY 10011. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Compass makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. To reach the Compass main office call 212 913 9058


STYLE WATCH OUT

FAIR GAME THE LATEST LUXE TIMEPIECES FROM THIS YEAR’S SWISS WATCH FAIRS WILL BE TURNING HEADS IN THE HAMPTONS THIS SEASON AND BEYOND. BY ALDOUS TUCK

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: According to legend, the original Cadenas was created by Van Cleef & Arpels for the Duchess of Windsor, so she could discreetly check the time without appearing to. This year saw the introduction of the Ruby Cadenas (price on request), the latest exquisite example from this royal line. The watch doubles as fine jewelry that allows only the wearer to know the time. The pink-gold bracelet and case are set with princess-cut rubies. Americana Manhasset, 2040 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, 516-627-4947; vancleefarpels.com Introduced at Baselworld in 2016, Breguet’s Tradition Dame was a showstopper. This year, the Tradition Dame 7038 in rose gold ($38,100) proves that working with new materials can make a second act significant. All new is the 18k rosegold case featuring a bezel set with 68 brilliant-cut diamonds and an engine-turned natural white motherof-pearl dial offset at 12 o’clock, while details like the hand-engraved rosette on the barrel, the sandblasted main plate and bridges, and the silicon balance spring reappear on this striking piece. London

Jewelers, Americana Manhasset, 2046 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, 516-627-7475; breguet.com With a unique design meant to blur the line between masculine and feminine, Chanel’s Boy-Friend Tweed watch ($35,500) makes androgyny truly elegant. The 18k beige-gold bezel features 64 brilliant-cut diamonds, and the opaline guilloché dial draws the eye. The watch gets its name from the 18k beige-gold bracelet, which features a beautifully executed tweed pattern. A highprecision quartz movement and water resistance to 30 meters lend function to this timepiece’s fab form. Chanel Fine Jewelry at London Jewelers, Americana Manhasset, 2022 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, 516-918-2700; chanel.com Patek Philippe’s Ref. 7130G ladies’ World Time watch ($51,031) includes all 24 time zones in a new white-gold version with a gray-blue handguilloched dial center. The delicate nuances, illuminated by the sparkle of diamonds, also come to the fore on the city disk and the shiny peacock-blue alligator strap. London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; patek.com

THESE SUMPTUOUS PIECES FEATURE OUTSTANDING DESIGN ELEMENTS.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY HARLI MARTEN (BACKGROUND); COURTESY OF VAN CLEEF & ARPELS; COURTESY OF BREGUET; COURTESY OF CHANEL; COURTESY OF PATEK PHILIPPE (WATCHES)

In the early part of 2017, the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie and Baselworld watch fairs brought tens of thousands of visitors to the epicenter of fine watchmaking in Switzerland. Now, the latest and most luxe timepieces introduced there are arriving on the East End. From cool skeletons to sophisticated world timers to beautiful specimens of haute joaillerie, these sumptuous pieces feature outstanding design elements—sure to be in high demand with women who love telling time in style. For more watch features and expanded coverage, go to hamptons-magazine.com/ watches-and-jewelry.


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NATUROPATHICA Embrace the sun with NEW Daily UV Defense Cream SPF 50, a fast absorbing cream to complete your daily skin care ritual. The formula uses Zinc Oxide for chemical free, broad spectrum protection with antioxidant Green Tea Extract and strengthening Deep Sea Enzymes. Buy it today at Naturopathica East Hampton.

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RAYMOND SMITH

Lic. R.E. Salesperson

Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker

Office: 631.204.2723 Cell: 917.710.2512 erica.grossman@elliman.com

Office: 631.204.2728 Cell: 516.381.2574 rsmith@elliman.com

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THE ULTIMATE HAMPTONS SANCTUARY | EAST HAMPTON | $11,900,000 This residence represents a rare opportunity to acquire a landmark property in the Georgica enclave. Amid 3.6 acres of estatequality grounds and has been architecturally designed to showcase old world aesthetic and a luxurious lifestyle. Web# H42884

BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH CLOSE TO THE OCEAN | $8,195,000 On picturesque Bridge Lane, this peaceful acre is close to the beaches of Bridgehampton and Sagaponack. This 6-bedroom, 7-bath estate offers a grand 2-story foyer and great room with fireplace. Heated Gunite pool with spa, bluestone patios. Web# H43711

MICHAELA KESZLER Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker Office: 631.204.2743 Cell: 631.525.3810 mkeszler@elliman.com

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SOUTHAMPTON ESTATE SECTION — CLOSE TO OCEAN | $8,500,000 Roughly a quarter mile from the ocean is this 1-acre property. The approximately 3,000 sf home is the third property up from the ocean. This opportunity for redevelopment presents the ability to expand the house, or build a new residence. Web# H31822

OUTSTANDING SOUTHAMPTON ESTATE SECTION PROPERTY | $10,950,000 This beautifully landscaped 1-acre property conceptualized by acclaimed architect John David Rose offers a 3-story, 7,500-sf Traditional. Heated Gunite pool, spa jacuzzi, pool house, 2-car garage and a guest house wing. Web# H10743

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E S TAT E I N A W AT E R F R O N T C O M M U N I T Y | 3 K I R K S P L A C E , E A S T H A M P T O N | $ 5 , 9 9 5 , 0 0 0 Exclusive waterfront community bordered by a 4.2-acre reserve, 9,000 sf+, 3.9 acres, 5 bedrooms, 7 full and 3 half baths, Heated Gunite pool. Web# H44529

E A S T H A M P T O N S O U T H E S TAT E 8 6 G E O R G I C A R OA D, E A S T H A M P TO N | $ 5 , 5 9 5 , 0 0 0 5,000 sf, 1.15 acres, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, Heated Gunite pool. Web# H37338

M O D E R N W AT E R F R O N T 40 THREE MILE HARBOR DRIVE, EAST HAMPTON | $3,595,000 3,000 sf, .92 acre, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, Heated pool. Web# H21243

Top Producing Hamptons Team Since 2009 by GCI and Transactions JAMES KEOGH Lic. R.E. Salesperson Office: 631.267.7341 james.keogh@elliman.com

JUSTIN AGNELLO Lic. R.E. Salesperson Office: 631.267.7334 justin.agnello@elliman.com

HARA KANG Lic. R.E. Salesperson Office: 631.267.7335 hara.kang@elliman.com

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BARNES & COY MASTERPIECE | AMAGANSETT | $11,495,000 Perched atop a rolling hill on 1.5+ acres with ideal south facing ocean view. 5,800 sf, 1.84 acres, 6 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, Heated Gunite Pool. Web# H44283

S O U T H O F T H E H I G H W AY N E W C O N S T R U C T I O N | 1 0 A M Y ’ S L A N E , E A S T H A M P T O N | $ 5 , 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 5,500 sf, .65 acre, 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, Heated pool, 2-car garage, South of the highway on coveted Amy’s Lane in East Hampton Village. Web# H54084

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T H E A N D R E W A ZO U L AY T E A M & FA R R E L L B U I L D I N G C O.

4 7 C R E S C E N T A V E N U E , W AT E R M I L L S O U T H | $ 1 5 , 9 5 0 , 0 0 0 Daily showings are held at the property and in Manhattan at our Hamptons on Hubert sales gallery in Tribeca. Web# H54586

E A S T E N D M E E T S T R I B E C A | 1 1 H U B E R T S T R E E T, T R I B E C A , N E W Y O R K An experience presented by Farrell Building Co. and The Andrew Azoulay Team.

ANDREW AZOULAY

LUKE WHITMAN

CHARLES PERSICO

Lic. R.E. Salesperson

Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker

Lic. R.E. Salesperson

Office: 212.460.0601 Cell: 917.622.2334 andrew.azoulay@elliman.com

Office: 631.537.5900 Cell: 212.283.2828 luke.whitman@elliman.com

Office: 631.537.4746 Cell: 631.599.6728 charles.persico@elliman.com

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SUMMER DREAMS COME TRUE IN THE HAMPTONS

3.2-ACRE LOT ON FLYING POINT ROAD | WATER MILL SOUTH | $7,995,000 This 3.2-acre lot with tennis and pool is located south of the highway, near ocean beaches and Mecox Bay, Southampton Village. The house has 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 ямБreplaces and a large family room. Room to expand. Web# H50801

STYLISH IN SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE | $5,295,000

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE WITH TENNIS AND POOL | $5,995,000

This 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath country house offers a Christopher Peacock kitchen. There is a heated Gunite pool with a Jacuzzi/spa. Web# H35341

Built in 1920 and renovated in 1997, this 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath home is on .78 of an acre offering an expandable 2,500 sf house. Web# H21735

PAULA HATHAWAY Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker Office: 631.204.2712 Cell: 516.319.4223 phathaway@elliman.com

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TO F I N D T H E P E R F E C T O N E , I T TA K E S A T E A M

JUST COMPLETED

STUNNING BRESKIN DEVELOPMENT NEW CONSTRUCTION WITH PASTORAL VIEWS | 535 DAVID WHITES LANE, WATER MILL | $5,995,000 In the farm fields on 1.5 acres, boasting 8 bedrooms and 10 baths. This postmodern gable is over 6,400 sf with a heated Gunite pool and sunken tennis court. Surrounded by over 90 acres of agricultural reserve. www.535davidwhites.com. Web# H19303

RAPHAEL AVIGDOR

JAMES PEYTON

Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker

Lic. R.E. Salesperson

Office: 631.204.2740 Cell: 917.991.1077 raphael.avigdor@elliman.com

Office: 631.204.2738 Cell: 917.882.5589 james.peyton@elliman.com

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S P E C TAC U L A R O P P O RT U N I T I E S

INVESTOR ALERT | WATER MILL SOUTH | $3,150,000 Minutes to Flying Point Beach and on a half acre, this 3-bedroom, 3-bath home with Gunite pool is just 5 minutes to Flying Point Beach and the Cut to Mecox Bay. The existing cottage presents a renovation opportunity or build a new home. Web# H42633

CAPTAINS ROW SAG HARBOR VILLAGE | $4,995,000 This Arts & Crafts style Main Street classic was built in 1920 for Fred W. Wilson. The approximately 3,000 sf residence offers a vaulted living room with ямБreplace, 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, heated Gunite pool, cabana and detached 2-car garage. Web# H46706

GIOIA DIPAOLO Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker Office: 631.725.2125 Cell: 631.903.2937 gioia.dipaolo@elliman.com

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NEW LUXURY HOME BY MAP DEVELOPMENT EAST HAMPTON | $5,950,000 Expertly executed, this compound offers buyers the unique opportunity to own both a main house and guest cottage on the same property. At 5,500 sf, the main house consists of 6 bedrooms and 6.5 baths. The custom Henry Built kitchen flows seamlessly into a double-height living room with gas fireplace. The Gunite saltwater pool and spa are complimented by mature landscaping, bluestone patios and an open air shaded breezeway cabana. There is a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath guest cottage, with a custom Bakes & Kropp kitchen, pool, and dedicated parking. Web# H43613

CHRISTOPHER STEWART Lic. R.E. Salesperson O: 631.329.9400 C: 917.744.2450 christopher.stewart@elliman.com

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NEWLY CONSTRUCTED CONTEMPORARY BARN | WATER MILL | $3,595,000

NEW CONSTRUCTION MODERN FARMHOUSE | SAG HARBOR | $3,795,000

Built of mahogany, glass, copper and steel, offers over 5,000 sf of living space with a pool house and garage. 3/4-acre lot. Web# H52213

7,100+ sf home within an enclave of 4 architecturally planned sites. 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half baths. Full glass exposures. Web# H18989

SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT ON RESERVE | WATER MILL | $3,395,000

SOUTH OF THE HIGHWAY — A+ LOCATION | WATER MILL | $3,325,000

5,200 sf home with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths features a chef’s kitchen. Overlooks a scenic reserve and saltwater pool. Web# H46770

Overlooking a reserve, this 5-bedroom, 4-bath house is on one of the most coveted streets in the Hamptons. Heated Gunite pool. Web# H42147

3 ACRES OF PRIVACY | SAG HARBOR | $2,195,000

SOUTH OF THE HIGHWAY | BRIDGEHAMPTON | $2,299,000

With more than 700 ft of border on town preserve this hilltop home sits at the end of a long entry. 4,500 sf of living area. Web# H35717

In the heart of Bridgehampton Village is this light and bright mid-century with warm contemporary vibe. Expansive living room. Web# H49858

PATRICK MCLAUGHLIN Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker Office: 631.725.0200 Cell: 917.359.4138 patrick.mclaughlin@elliman.com

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T E A M S A L A D I N O AT D O U G L A S E L L I M A N R E A L E STAT E

SHOWCASING THE HAMPTONS

QUOGUE VILLAGE WATERFRONT WITH PRIVATE DOCK SLIP AND LANDING | $3,300,000

BOATERS PARADISE WITH DOCK AND HEATED GUNITE POOL | EASTPORT | $1,379,000

Enjoy the water views from this nearly 6,000 sf home on 1.4 acres. 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, and a heated pool with brick patio. Web# H49832

Enjoy bay views from this renovated Postmodern. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, heated Gunite pool. 1.5 acres with 150 ft of frontage. Web# H51855

IN CONTRACT QUOGUE VILLAGE CONTEMPORARY WITH HEATED POOL, ROOM FOR TENNIS | $1,225,000

AUGUST RENTAL WITH POOL, SPA, DOCK, AND GUEST HOUSE | EAST QUOGUE | $48,000

This first time listed home features 4 bedrooms, and 3.5 baths. Updated in 2003. Park-like setting on a cul-de-sac. Web# H39483

Charming waterfront home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and heated Gunite pool. Guest house with 2 bedrooms, kitchen, and bath. Web# H84740

JAMES SALADINO Lic. R.E. Salesperson Office: 631.898.2229 Cell: 516.635.8891 james.saladino@elliman.com

ELAINE HAMMOND Lic. R.E. Salesperson Office: 631.898.2238 Cell: 516.635.8892 elaine.hammond@elliman.com

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NOBLE BLACK PRESENTS THE

S U M M E R

C O L L E C T I O N

8 8 C E N T R A L P A R K W E S T, 7 N

308 WEST 88TH ST

1 INDIAN CHASE DR | CONNECTICUT

56 LEONARD 38AEAST

320 WEST 80TH ST

2 5 0 W E S T S T R E E T, 8 G

$15,995,000 | Web# 2339043

$14,950,000| Web# 2418163

$11,490,000 | Web# CT94587

$8,155,000 | Web# 2135990

$8,800,000 | Web# 2759566

$4,450,000 | Web# 2692512

The Noble Black Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate has closed over $130M in sales this year

NOBLE BLACK Lic. Assoc. R. E. Broker Office: 212.909.8460 Cell: 347.526.3308 noble.black @elliman.com

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515 Park Ave, East 60’s | $6,995,000 No expense spared in renovating this stunning condo with white-glove service. All rooms overlook Park Avenue with a dramatic loft-like living room, 2 oversized bedrooms, finest chef’s kitchen, and lavish finishings throughout. Brand new and gorgeous. Web# 2502610

200 East 66th St | $4,295,000 One of the most magnificent 3-bedroom condos. Perfectly renovated and sunny with a balcony, oversized rooms, tons of closets and an open chef’s kitchen in a luxury doorman building offering 5-star amenities Web# 2574319

PAMELA KURTZ Lic. Assoc. R. E. Broker Office: 212.705.1063 Cell: 917.494.0460 pkurtz@elliman.com

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JASON WALKER PRESENTS

L U X U R Y

D O W N T O W N

P R O P E R T I E S

5 - STA R L I V I N G AT T H E F O U R S E A S O N S P R I VAT E R E S I D E N C E S 30 Park Pl, 58D | $5,495,000 | Web# 2725563

EXTRAORDINARY TRIBECA VIEWS | IN CONTRACT 11 North Moore St, 6C | $8,995,000 | Web# 2615911

HISTORIC WASHINGTON MEWS

64 Washington Mews | $19,995 per month| Web# 2562515

Successfully sold over $1 Billion in Real Estate

JASON WALKER Lic. Assoc. R. E. Broker Office: 212.303.5300 Cell: 917.496.3054 jwalker@elliman.com

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READY TO SELL? LOOKING TO BUY?

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T I M E

Mint Prewar Coop Elegance

F O R

E L L I M A N

Park-Like Setting

Bright, Cheerful, Gracious in Chelsea

120 EAST END AVE, 7B | $8,500,000

EAST HAMPTON, NY | $5,195,000

177 NINTH AVE, 4D | $3,995,000

Renovated 4-BR, 4.5-BA with park & river views, 10-ft ceilings, a dedicated landing, 22-ft gallery, living room and library with wood-burning fireplaces, a chef’s kit, & staff room. Web# 2715845. Joan Swift, C: 917.991.7590, O: 212.702.4039

2.5 acres in Georgica. Offers space, pool, and tennis. Magnificent rolling lawn, mature landscaping, tennis court. Web# H13730. Bonny Aarons, C: 516.383.0333 Janette Goodstein, C: 516.380.7341 Yorgos Tsibiridis O: 631.267.7372

Rare sun-drenched corner split 2-BR, 2.5-BA with well-proportioned and elegant rooms. Full-service bldg, roof deck, The Close courtyard, and parking. Web# 2605080. Abigail Agranat C: 917.304.5076, O: 212.206.2802

Rarely Available Tower Home

Views from Every Window

A Home to Fit Your Lifestyle

200 EAST 65TH ST, 25W | $3,750,000

1020 PARK AVE, 10/11B | $2,295,000

501 EAST 79TH ST, 8B | $2,075,000

Mint 2-BR, 2.5-BA with panoramic city views, custom eat-in kitchen with washer/dryer, separate BR wing, floor–to-ceiling windows, custom closets and 10-ft ceilings. Luxury full-service condo. Web# 2664528. Joan C. Billick, O: 212.350.8005

Rare sunny high-floor 2-BR, 2.5-BA duplex with walls of windows, views of Park Avenue gardens, 17-ft dining rm, & eat-in kitchen. Web# 2589072. Dianne Van Laer, C: 917.370.0303, O: 212.891.7192

Sunny beautifully renovated home featuring city views, top-of-the-line kitchen with a breakfast bar, washer/dryer, huge closets and large roomsw. Web# 2649154. Arleen Winick, O: 212.891.7230

Triple Mint Hotel Apartment

Stunning Walker Tower Penthouse

Quintessential Luxury

111 EAST 56TH ST, 1100/1112 | $1,345,000

212 WEST 18TH ST, PH7 | $35,000 PER MO.

10 MADISON SQ WEST, 12E | $25,000 PER MO.

Stunning, rare, and spacious 2-BR, 2-BA with all hotel services. Ideal pied-à-terre, can be rented by owner for week, month, or year. Web# 2577211. Dianne Van Laer, C: 917.370.0303, O: 212.891.7192

Live at the unsurpassed Walker Tower in this 2-BR, 3-BA penthouse duplex with breathtaking views and a terrace made for entertaining. Web# 2725236. N. Lorraine Baker, C: 917.689.3737, O: 646.505.2226

Pristine 3-BR, 3.5-BA, new prewar overlooks Madison Square Park, ideal for entertaining with winged floor plan, high-floor. Luxury full-service Condo. Web #2716331. Joan C. Billick, O: 212.350.8005

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MISSION IMPOSSIBLE Hilary Swank chats about her luxe line of athleisure wear, Mission Statement, with friend and fellow actress Mariska Hargitay and shares her secret to finding the power within. Photography by JIM WRIGHT

Mariska Hargitay: Okay. Let’s just jump in with how it all began. Hilary Swank: It was so interesting, my very first trunk show [for Mission Statement] was in the Hamptons, and you were obviously there being my dear friend. MH: I had never seen your beautiful new line. I brought a bunch of my friends, as you know, and our jaws dropped, because the pieces were so amazing. I remember you saying, “It’s a secret, it’s a secret.” I wanted to tweet and Instagram to the world, and I wanted 10 pieces for myself! I Instagrammed one, and you were like, “Make sure that nobody can see what’s behind it.” It was like our top-secret mission. HS: That’s right. At that point, we were under an embargo... A lot of people call it leisure wear. The reason why I call it aesthetic wear is because it’s taking leisure wear to the next level. MH: It’s not leisure wear because of the dresses, and one of the things I just couldn’t believe is that they are dresses you can play in. I know how much you love tennis, and you can literally wear it to tennis and then go to a dinner party and be the chicest girl there. HS: Like you, I grew up doing sports. I couldn’t live without it. It just makes me feel good inside. It makes me feel connected. Most of the women in the world that I know—whether they’re taking their kids to school or they’re going to work—go from their workout to their day. I thought, Why can’t we have clothes that are cutting-edge—with technical fabrics that aren’t out on the market with knee support and butt lift and hip support—but that cross over so they don’t look like workout clothes? So you can have it all? That’s what the modern-day woman needs. When I was looking for that and couldn’t find it, I thought, Well, I’m going to create it. MH: One of the comments that I heard most from people was, “I would wear this out to a party.” That’s what everyone was saying—“I would wear this anywhere. This is my weekend wear.” HS: I wanted to create something that people could wear even if they just want to work out, that they could go out and they could pair the tennis dress with a pair of boots or a pair of heels and have their day. Also, I travel so much, you travel so much. The idea of getting an outfit for the plane that’s comfortable but chic, that’s a whole other ball game in itself. MH: What about the pants? They’re like washable leather? HS: Every single piece has a specific functionality, [like] the leather jacket. You can open up the back zipper so that you can get on a bike. Many people are riding those city bikes all around, and you can easily reach the handle bars and you can just have more room in your shoulders. It could get wet. If

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Zing top, Mission Statement ($525). missionstatement.com. Trousers, Roland Mouret ($1,395). Shari’s Place, 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516-4847400; 29 Main St., Southampton, 726-7200; sharisplace.com


it’s misting out or there’s rain showers, it doesn’t matter. MH: It solves so many problems. People are going to live differently, pack differently. What is your absolute favorite piece, or pieces? HS: I would say I’d probably wear the Yummy track pants the most. They just feel so soft on your skin, and I can work, do yoga, running, whatever type of workout, but then I can pull them up into half and just go out in my day. MH: Where can we get it? HS: It’s all online right now at missionstatement.com. MH: I so love your mission statement. I actually have it taped up in my room because it’s such an amazing reminder. Can you tell us about your philosophy about taking care of yourself? HS: I think time is really evolving into allowing women to do it all with the support of other women like you. They see you and they’re inspired to step into their full potential. Part of that is making time for yourself in order to be able to do that. I have this mantra that I go by, which is “Make a choice, make it happen,” because every single day, we have a choice to step into our full potential. A lot of people, sometimes they don’t even know what that is because they’re living other people’s ideas of who they should be. The underlying purpose of the brand is to encourage women to either figure out what it is they want to do with this one precious life, or really follow what they already know they’re supposed to be doing. That’s why, for Mission Statement, it’s for women to step into their own personal mission statement, whatever that is for themselves, and take an hour, just one hour out of a 24-hour day, to work towards it. MH: I need to get like you and do the one-hour workout. That’s the part I have to figure out— trying to get enough sleep so I can take that hour for myself. HS: Here’s the thing. For me, taking that hour to work out is my thing, and it helps me center myself. But for someone else, it might be sitting down and being quiet, because they’re always on the go, or someone might say, “Okay, I’m going to take this hour, because I’ve always wanted to be a painter, and I’m going to paint for an hour.” That’s the thing—to take that hour and really honor it, really do it. MH: Where did you learn to quiet the noises and to listen to that beautiful inner voice? HS: That’s a beautiful question. I have this great mom who says to me, “You can do anything you want in life.” People will tell you, “You can’t.” I had people say, “When are you going to give up your hobby?” I don’t think there’s any better gift you can give a child except the gift of believing in themselves. I think that’s the blessing of now being in my 40s. When I was in my 20s and 30s, I felt alone in my insecurities, like no one else had them, and now I’m like, “Oh, we all have them.” How do we unite through them and see that we’re not alone in them?

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Triple Back bra, Mission Statement ($185). missionstatement.com. Bikini bottom, Kore ($117). Sunset Beach Boutique, 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island, 749-2001; korewear.com opposite page: Sweater, Tomas Maier ($790). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 604-6700; tomasmaier.com. Va Va Voom pants, Mission Statement ($990). missionstatement.com. Pumps, Jimmy Choo ($695). 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 917-5394874; jimmychoo.com


MH: When did you learn to say, “I can do it”? HS: It’s a daily reminder, because I don’t wake up and think, Oh, I can do that. I just wrapped a movie yesterday, and every time I take a job I’m like, “I hope I don’t eff this up. I hope that I can do it. I hope I can figure it out.” That goes from my work to who I am as a person. What can I do today to step into my fullest potential? I try to do something that scares me every day so that I feel like I’ve really stepped into my life. MH: I know everyone wants to hear about the Hamptons and why you love the East End. Tell me some of your favorite places—even though I think I know what your favorite place is... HS: You know where my favorite places are! I love the Hamptons because you and my goddaughter are there and your other two children and husband. That’s the main thing that brings me to the Hamptons—your love and light. You guys created a place there because it is filled with love and light that it’s just so relaxing. The water that cleanses [is] right there, having the beach and the land and the farm-to-table food... We all need to have a place where we go and recharge. MH: I love that. I feel the exact same way about it, but some of my favorite moments are when you’re there and we can catch up. It’s just a sacred time. HS: Yeah, it certainly is. MH: Tell us about the movie you just wrapped. I don’t know what you’re allowed to tell, but I know we all want to hear it. HS: I can tell. It’s a first-time writer-director [Elizabeth Chomko], a woman, who was telling a part of her story. It’s called What They Had, and it’s about a family and family dynamics. It’s just this beautiful story about a woman finding herself and honoring herself. I’m having an incredible time. To work with a female writer-director who’s so brilliant—she’s going to have such an astonishing career. It was really lovely. MH: What thrills you? HS: People and their stories. MH: What’s the first thing that you think about in the morning when you wake up? HS: Well, usually my dogs because they jump up and get right in my face. MH: What’s the last thing you think about before you go to bed? HS: I’m [doing] this thing right now where I go to bed and I think about at least three things I’m grateful for, and it sends me off into a really good, healthy rest. MH: What are you most proud of? HS: My nonprofit, Hilaroo (thehilaroofoundation.com), which links at-risk kids that have been given up on, in group or foster homes, with abandoned dogs from shelters. We host camps that bring kids and these dogs together and help them both heal by bonding with each other. MH: What’s something you want people to say about you? HS: “She was there for me.”

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Cloud Layer 4 sweater ($225) and Strong Hold bra ($125), Mission Statement. missionstatement.com. Skirt, Dior ($3,500). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-5680; dior.com. Bikini bottom, Kore ($117). Sunset Beach Boutique, 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island, 749-2001; korewear.com Styling by Tara Swennen Hair by Sascha Breuer using Bumble and bumble at Starworks Artists Makeup by Fabiola for EX1 Cosmetics using EX1 Invisiwear Liquid Foundation Manicure by Tracey Sutter for Cloutier Remix using Zoya

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From the world’s top restaurant to a bounty of Mediterranean-inspired eateries, these eight new Hamptons dining spots promise to make this culinary summer one of the most exciting in recent memory. We’ve talked to chefs and restaurateurs about what to expect so you won’t miss a bite. BY BAO ONG PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG

Dinner at 8 EMP SUMMER HOUSE This summer, Will Guidara and Daniel Humm—the primo pair behind Manhattan’s Eleven Madison Park, which tops Restaurant magazine’s list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants for 2017 and is closing temporarily for renovations—are taking a cue from New Yorkers: They’re packing their bags and heading out East. “We’re really a restaurant of New York,” says Humm. “We celebrate New York. And what do New Yorkers do in the summer? They come to the Hamptons.”

From EMP Summer House, beef roasted with eggplant and basil, featuring brioche-crusted beef tenderloin, roasted marinated eggplant, pickled eggplant, smoked eggplant purée, basil-amaranth crumble, and beef jus vinaigrette. right: Will Guidara and Daniel Humm.

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How do you even begin to bring the world’s top restaurant to the Hamptons as a pop-up? Humm: We can have the most beautiful restaurant, but if we lose our staff, we have nothing. Our team is everything. It’s almost three and a half months that we’ll be closed [in the city]. We needed to have something to do with our team. By opening this pop-up, we’re trying to create the perfect res-

taurant we want out there. Guidara: We’re just moving our home out East. Can you share the inspiration behind the food you’ll be serving? Humm: The product out there is incredible—local produce, the seafood. When you close your eyes and think of a summer meal, that’s what we want. There’s talk of fried chicken dinners and lobster boils. What do you look forward to about welcoming diners in East Hampton all summer? Guidara: You’re relaxed when you’re out there. The city is so hectic that it can be hard to connect with people. There’s something about the energy [out East]. It’s an unbelievable, decompressing vibe. It’s going to be an amazing meal. Reservations and payments are accepted only with an American Express card. 341 Pantigo Road, East Hampton; empsummerhouse.com


DOPO LA SPIAGGIA If you’re looking for a slice of Italy in the Hamptons, you’ll find it at Maria and Larry Baum’s second outpost of Dopo La Spiaggia, in East Hampton (the restaurant debuted in Sag Harbor last year). Chef Maurizio Marfoglia, who has lived out East for more than a decade, uses fresh ingredients in his rustic yet modern dishes, which are sure to be a hit again this summer. This isn’t your typical red-sauce Italian restaurant, nor is it clubby or trendy. What did you hope to create in this second iteration of Dopo? Marfoglia: We wanted to focus on real Italian cuisine, which is very simple and ingredient-driven. When you’re here, it’s a civilized experience, with candles, soft lighting, big ceilings, and very calm. How did you create the menu? Marfoglia: We try to keep it light. In the summer, the vegetables are all from here. I’ve lived here so long that I know all the farmers. So we’ll for sure change the menu all the time. But we’ll have our signature pastas. The rigatoni with homemade sausage is like my grandma used to make. Where’s the best seat in the house? Marfoglia: Every seat, of course! [Laughs] But for me, it is the patio outside. There’s a bar outside in the garden, too. It’s like an Italian piazza. To me, that is an irreplaceable feeling. 31 Race Lane, East Hampton, 658-9063; 6 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 725-7009; dopolaspiaggia.com

From Dopo La Spiaggia (clockwise from top left): Scallop crudo with caviar, sea beans, and lemon; an old-fashioned; tagliolini with squid ink pasta, bay scallops, shrimp, calamari, chili, and tomato; chef Maurizio Marfoglia.


LULU KITCHEN & BAR This restaurant is planning to keep things hot in the Hamptons this summer— and not just figuratively. Chef Philippe Corbet’s bistro menu and open kitchen are all about the wood-burning grill and oven. From whole roasted cauliflower to fresh baked breads, the seasonal wood-fired cooking will take center stage.

From Lulu Kitchen & Bar (clockwise from top left): Grilled heirloom cauliflower with spicy Long Island grapes; grilled chimichurri crab clusters with aioli spread; chef Philippe Corbet puts the finishing touches on the wood-oven cast-iron market fish; burrata with blistered cherry tomatoes, fava beans, and crispy capers.

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How is this kitchen different from previous ones you’ve cooked in? Corbet: I’ve cooked with tasting menus, sous vide, foams, etc. for years. But this is very comfortable and open. I’ve worked at restaurants where customers could not eat what they wanted to eat. A lot of people are vegetarian or vegan. The produce is amazing around here, and I get to cook with all of it. Mediterranean-style food is popular out East, but where did you get the inspiration for your menu? Corbet: I’m more of a country boy, so I wanted to be out East. My goal was always to be in the Hamptons. So yes, the inspiration is Mediterranean, but with wood-fired cooking. We work with farmers and fishermen to make sure everything is very seasonal. It’s very simple, but very different from pizza coming out of the oven. 126 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-0900


CALISSA “I’m really hoping that we can take all the little things from Mykonos and those little touches to create an authentic Mykonian feel,” says James Mallios, a managing partner of Calissa, who has been vacationing on the Greek island for the last 20 years. Mallios and his colleagues are looking to Executive Chef Dominic Rice to re-create the tastes of the Aegean in the marble-andreclaimed-wood restaurant.

Calissa’s executive chef, Dominic Rice, makes lobster bucatini, with confit fennel, tomato, chili flake, and mint. above: Octopus celery with olive, charred pepper, parsley, red onion, and oregano.

What’s your approach to Mediterranean cooking? Rice: I want to bring in a lot of flavors— acidity, heat, brightness—to the dishes. You want the lightness of summer to come through. You can’t please everyone with one menu, but generally I want people to say, “Wow, there are so many choices I don’t know what to get.” How are you incorporating seafood into the menu? Rice: We’ll have dishes like a lobster spaghetti, which you’d find in Mykonos because of that eclectic, international flair. But we want to use a lot of local products, too. Clams, bluefish, porgy. We’ll be going out in Montauk regularly. 1020 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill; calissahamptons.com


CENTRO TRATTORIA & BAR Whether it’s the grilled octopus or the linguini pescatore, Centro Trattoria & Bar’s owner and culinary director, Salvatore Biundo, based his restaurant’s menu on family recipes. While the Hampton Bays dining room is clean and modern, everything on the plate has a dash of old-school flair.

Fresh ingredients await for Centro Trattoria & Bar’s linguini pescatore. above: Owner and culinary director Salvatore Biundo.

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What was the inspiration for your menu? Biundo: A lifetime of Italian cooking and old family recipes. Every Sunday was a family affair. My job as a kid was peeling tomatoes, stirring the sauce, and seasoning bread crumbs. We are bringing in old classics and putting a modern twist on them. Overall, it’s a clean and farmto-table fresh menu. How is dining at Centro different than at other places in the Hamptons? Biundo: Centro is open all year round! So we love that we can cater to the locals and also be a summer destination for weekenders and tourists, where they bring a new energy to the restaurant. 336 W. Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays, 594-5744; centrohamptons.com


COVE HOLLOW TAVERN Shelter Island’s popular Vine Street Café is opening an outpost in East Hampton this summer, but co-owners Terry Harwood and Lisa Murphy reassure us that it’ll have the same “laid-back yet upscale vibe.” Tell us about where you’re located. Harwood: East Hampton is located on a beach, but you’re also in the wine and farm country. Our new restaurant is neighboring a working horse farm—it’s the primary view from the bar and dining room. It’s this natural locale that’s inspiring me. Which dishes will we see on your East Hampton menu? Harwood: Most of the starters will be snacky and shareable, like a variety of tartines and hors d’oeuvrestyle sandwiches. The lobster Bolognese with handmade tagliarini will satisfy those who want their Vine Street Café Bolognese fix. What’s special about dining out in the Hamptons? Harwood: It’s a blast sitting at a table or bar in a busy—overbooked, most likely!—Hamptons restaurant. It’s often chaotic but definitely fascinating. 85 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 527-7131; vinestreetcafe.com

From Cove Hollow Tavern (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT): Steamed littlenecks with ’nduja broth; triple chocolate layer cake; co-owners Lisa Murphy and Terry Harwood; the wood-grilled tuna “burger,” a thick tuna steak with charred onions, wasabi-citrus aioli, pea tendrils, cucumber, and radish.


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Tell us about the menu at Le Bilboquet in Sag Harbor. Delgrange: We’ll keep the dishes we’ve served for years—tuna tartare, beef carpaccio, lots of Dover sole. There will be a big seafood bar and lots of large dishes to share. It’s easier to have this type of seafood menu here for obvious reasons. There is very much a powerlunch atmosphere in the Manhattan restaurant. What will it be like out East? Delgrange: When people are in the Hamptons, they are completely different. It’s refined in the city and people are well dressed. When you go to the Hamptons, it’s more relaxed. People are drinking more because they aren’t working and want to relax. 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor

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From Le Bilboquet (clockwise from top left): Tuna tartare, burrata, and grilled vegetables; owner Philippe Delgrange; grilled jumbo shrimp; vacherin.

Manhattan’s popular French bistro Le Bilboquet will finally open on the East End this summer, with a St-Tropez vibe along the water in Sag Harbor. “It’ll be very Mediterranean, but we don’t want to lose the Hamptons way of life,” says Philippe Delgrange, the owner and gatekeeper here. “It’ll be something for people who live here and the summer people.”


ELAIA ESTIATORIO It’s not surprising that no detail has been neglected at Elaia Estiatorio: Owner Sofia Crokos is an event planner, and she and her husband, Chris, envisioned the Bridgehampton restaurant as a love letter to their native Greece. They’ve tapped Yanni Tobas to lead the kitchen, and the food has the same welcoming quality as their home.

Elaia Estiatorio owner Sofia Crokos and her husband, Chris. top right: Soutzoukakia Smyrneika: meatballs made with ground beef, onions, garlic, tomato sauce, red wine, and cumin.

What makes the restaurant feel like you’re in Greece? Tobas: You feel like you are dining with family because it’s a warm and relaxed environment. Sofia and her interior-designer friend Karen Gorman created an airy and earthytoned space that you walk into and feel as if you have been transported. How did you put your own touches on this menu? Tobas: My inspiration stems from my Greek roots and what is truly authentic to me. I first learned how to cook from my grandmother Polytimi, and it was her that I treasured the most and who inspired me to follow my dreams. My kitchen is my sanctuary, where I can tap into my recipes from childhood. Greek food is considered one of the healthiest to eat, and so here at Elaia Estiatorio, we are bringing Greece to the Hamptons with lots of flavor and agape—“love” in Greek. 95 School St., Bridgehampton

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As We Lay Dying at the 23rd annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction, in collaboration with the Bruce High Quality Foundation. below left: An arrangement from Sag Harbor Florist. below right: Mary Heilmann, Rio Nido, 1987, part of an exhibition of her work at the Dan Flavin Institute in Bridgehampton.

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All about AMG. Amagansett is buzzing! Take a day to explore shops such as French Presse (french-presse-linens.myshopify.com), with its exquisite bedding, and the new Wölffer Kitchen Amagansett (wolfferkitchen.com), located in the former Meeting House space. The new openings in the area come as additions to a town already chock-full of chic places—such as Lazy Point (lazypointvariety.com), Jack’s Coffee (jacksstirbrew.com), Ganeaux (ganeaux.com), and Tiina the Store (tiinathestore.com).

DJs. Sunset Beach on Shelter Island has never been more of a nightlife hot spot, with Balearic DJ sets from the Fourth of July through Labor Day. Be sure to get your dose of Ibiza right here in the Hamptons with an array of DJs pumping out tunes for the summer. Last year’s lineup included hits from José Padilla and Rory Phillips. 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island, 749-2001; sunsetbeachli.com

B Buddha Berry Bijou! After becoming the hot spot for kids (and adults!) in Montauk and Sag Harbor, Buddha Berry opens the weekend after Memorial Day in Southampton. Buddha Berry Bijou, as this offshoot is called, will be at 16 Hill Street, across from the movie theater. Think froyo, sweet and savory crêpes, Belgian waffles, açai bowls, smoothies, shakes, and a coffee/ espresso bar. 16 Hill St., Southampton; buddhaberry.com

C Chefs and Champagne. The James Beard Foundation is hosting its annual Chefs and Champagne event at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard on July 29 at 6 pm. This summer’s tasting party celebrates 40 esteemed chefs from several award-winning restaurants, such as Butter’s Alex Guarnaschelli and Olmstead’s Greg Baxtrom. The event will honor chef Marcus Samuelsson this year and will raise money for the philanthropic work of the foundation. 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, 212-627-2308; jamesbeard.org

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Lily shop in Wainscott, Dugan has been a skilled painter since her youth. The installation will feature 15 one-of-a-kind pieces by the artist.

F Fair. Summer is the perfect time to explore a pop-up art fair. From June 6 to 9, Market Art + Design returns to the Bridgehampton Museum as the preeminent art fair of the Hamptons. Visitors can explore several presentations from the top galleries in the area and a wide range of collections on display from curators and designers around the world. 2368 Montauk Hwy.; artmarkethamptons.com

E Exhibitions. Opening August 12 at Guild Hall (guildhall.org), an exhibition of the seminal photography of former Montauk resident Richard Avedon is set to be the highlight of the hall’s summer offerings. Avedon was a major influence on fashion and style throughout his career, and his work focuses on humanity and form through striking portraits of everyone from world leaders to film stars; the show spans 50 years of his career. The Dan Flavin Art Institute (diaart.org) in Bridgehampton will host a retrospective of the works of Mary Heilmann, a deeply influential painter whose pieces often echo pop and punk aesthetics, with bold lines and vivid colors. Beach Market (serenaandlily.com) will host its own fine-art installation this summer, highlighting the works of founder Serena Dugan. Known for her Serena &

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Galas. Art, fashion, and philanthropy come together at the season’s biggest events. Southampton Fresh Air Home’s highly anticipated DecoratorsDesigners-Dealers Sale, Auctions, and Cocktail Party Gala (sfah.org) takes place on June 3, and Calvin Klein hosts God’s Love We Deliver’s annual Midsummer Night Drinks (glwd.org) this year at his spectacular home on June 10. On July 15, honorary cochairs Dorothy Lichtenstein, Jo Carole, and Ronald Lauder will oversee a cool crowd at the Parrish Art Museum’s Midsummer Party (parrishart.org), honoring Agnes Gund and Clifford Ross, and LongHouse Reserve celebrates its 26th anniversary and founder Jack Lenor Larsen’s 91st birthday at this year’s Summer Benefit (long house.org) on July 22. Southampton Hospital holds its 59th annual Summer Party (southampton hospital.org) on August 5, and Guild Hall is sure to draw a who’s who of the Hamptons cultural elite to its Summer Gala (guildhall.org) on August 12.

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H The Hampton Classic. The Hamptons’ premier equestrian gathering will take place August 27 through September 3. See world-class riders like Georgina Bloomberg and Jessica Springsteen mix and mingle with the Hamptons beau monde (such as Brooke Shields and Donna Karan) and help raise money for worthwhile causes, including the ASPCA, Southampton Hospital, and JustWorld International. 240 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 537-3177; hamptonclassic.com

I Imagination. Mark your calendar for the most adorable theatrical performance you’ll see all year. The Children’s Museum of the East End (cmee.org) will present Sergei Prokofiev’s timeless ballet Peter and the Wolf in the museum’s amphitheater on August 1. Bay Street Theater (baystreet.org) will also be putting on a show for children with a production of Cardboard Explosion on July 13 at 11 am, part of the theater’s Goat on a Boat series.

J Jimmy Choo. The high-fashion footwear and accessories brand will open its firstever pop-up shop in East Hampton just in time for Memorial Day weekend. The summer-ready store’s aesthetic explores the dichotomy of feminine toughness. “This collection invites you to embrace a free-spirited aesthetic where there are no rules,” says Creative Director Sandra Choi. “One style can work in different environments.” 66 Newton Lane; us.jimmychoo.com

K Keith’s Nervous Breakdown Mix. Margaritas are a summer staple, and we love this easy-to-use mix, which makes

enough for a large group. It features a bold citrus kick, a light agave taste, and a gorgeous pink hue. As for the name, the story goes that Keith E. Davis, founder of the Golden Pear, missed a putt that cost him a golf match, so he went to the bar to drown his sorrows in his favorite pink margarita. A friend exclaimed, “Keith just had a nervous breakdown on the 18th hole!” and a cocktail mix was born. nervousbreakdown.com

L Love Lane. Talk about discovering the cutest street! Love Lane, on the North Fork, is filled with the best spots to grab a bite, shop, and dine out this summer. Love Lane Kitchen (lovelane kitchen.com) offers Hamptonites the perfect brunch spot; Lombardi’s Market (lombardislovelanemarket.com) and Village Cheese Shop (villagecheese shop.com) are essential stops when planning your next dinner party; and Mint Clothing Boutique (shopmint.com) is the best way to outfit yourself for North Fork nights.

M Movie Night! Grab a picnic blanket and head over to Marders this summer for another lineup of outdoor movie screenings. From summer classics to recent hits, Marders offers all sorts of films in its wideopen gardens under the stars. 120 Snake Hollow Road, 537-3700; marders.com

N Net-A-Porter. The high-end fashion delivery service is making a special stop in the Hamptons again this season. It’s partnering with Blade Helicopters (flyblade.com) to offer branded choppers for your exclusive flights from New York City to the East End, and it has also partnered with Jessica Seinfeld’s Good+ Foundation (goodplusfoundation.org) by sponsoring a donation drive in East Hampton that concludes with the foundation’s Summer Party on July 29. All proceeds go toward putting an end to family poverty. net-a-porter.com


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Katherine Strauss guides Capacity around the course to win the Jumping Derby at the 2016 Hampton Classic.

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OCRF Super Saturday. A highlight for Hamptonites every year, this extravagant bazaar will be held on July 29 in Water Mill to benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund. Comb through all sorts of designer goodies at über discounted prices while shopping for a great cause. Camp Divalysscious is also celebrating its 10th summer at Super Saturday with face painting, glitter tattoos, musical performances and magic shows for kids, and Wendy the Pipe Cleaner Lady. Lyss Stern will also read from her new book for moms, Motherhood Is a B#tch: 10 Steps to Regaining Your Sexiness, Sanity, and Inner Diva. Chat with local celebrities such as Molly Simms, Kelly Ripa, and Donna Karan, and sample some of the best beauty treatments at mobile trucks parked on the lawn. supersaturday.ocrf.org

Rosé. Acclaimed East End photographer Michael Dweck is launching his own line of rosé, appropriately dubbed Montauk Summer Rosé, in partnership with Montauk Wine Company. Dweck has created a limited-edition bottle featuring an image from his acclaimed book of Hamptons photography, The End. The picture-perfect bottle is available (for now!) at Finest Kind Wine & Liquor (552 West Lake Dr., Montauk, 668-9463; finestkindwines.com).

P Paddle and Party for Pink. This fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation is one of the most anticipated charity events of the season. On August 5, the benefit will feature paddleboard races and a party stretching into the wee hours. Celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow and Lena Dunham have been spotted in past years. Spend the evening bidding on artist-designed surfboards from Michael Dweck, Ashley Longshore, Liz Marcus, and others. Haven’s Beach, Sag Harbor, 646-497-2675; hamptonspaddleforpink.org

Q Q+A. Put on your thinking caps! Warren Strugatch’s conversation series Out of the Question returns this summer, and the topics can range from modern architecture to the seasonal restaurant business, all with experts in the field from the Hamptons. 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-0967; southamptonartscenter.org

S Surf Lodge. The iconic Montauk haunt of parties past and future is turning 10! The Surf Lodge has had its share of highs and lows (with a reputation for rowdiness that has earned it some detractors), but owner Jayma Cardoso is working closely with the community and Town Board to make this a celebratory summer to remember. The venue will also feature installations from artists like Richard Phillips, as well as musical performances from Ben Harper, Lukas Graham, and others. The daytime schedule includes Taryn Toomey’s new multidisciplinary workout class—titled, suitably enough, The Class— for fitness-minded locals. 183 Edgemere St., Montauk, 4835037; surflodge.com

T Tome Talks. Each summer, literature lovers from all over the island take their noses out of their books long enough to head to the East Hampton Library’s Authors Night. This year’s event, on August 12, will offer attendees the chance to meet the writers

The deck at Surf Lodge. below: Paddleboards at Paddle and Party for Pink.


behind some of summer’s biggest releases, including Alec Baldwin (for his memoir, Nevertheless) and Peter Marino (for his gorgeous coffee-table book, The Garden of Peter Marino; see page 244). 159 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0222; authorsnight.org

U Unanticipated Pairings. This June, Montauk Brewing Company turns five. The brand has always explored flavors, and this year is all about Montauk Watermelon Session Ale. The ale was launched at the brewery last season, and the company is bringing it back with wider distribution, in cans as well as on tap. Watermelon and malt turns out to be the trendiest summer pairing. montaukbrewingco.com

OPPOSITE PAGE: PHOTOGRAPHY BY MADISON MCGAW/BFA.COM (SURF LODGE); MICHAEL BLANCHARD (PADDLE AND PARTY FOR PINK). THIS PAGE: PHOTOGRAPHY © JULIAN MOMMERT 2016 (WATERMILL CENTER); BY DOUG YOUNG (DISH)

V Poached shellfish with herbs and broth, part of the bouillabaisse dish at EMP Summer House. above: A shot from last year’s Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction, which is sure to dazzle again this year.

VIP Access. American Express is amping it up this summer with experiences and events for its card members, providing exclusive access where Hamptonites need it most. Diners will need an American Express card to make a reservation and pay at Will Guidara and Daniel Humm’s EMP Summer House, as well as to register for pop-up SoulCycle classes at the restaurant from June 24 to 26. As part of the broader By Invitation Only program, Amex will be a sponsor of the Hampton Classic and offer card members VIP access packages to Grand Prix Sunday. Tickets for both By Invitation Only events can be purchased through the By Invitation Only website or by calling the American Express Platinum Concierge. americanexpress.com

W Watermill Center. The annual Watermill Center benefit is at the top of all art-loving Hamptonites’ to-do lists. Spread over the 8.5-acre grounds, this year’s gala will present art of all mediums and from more than 25 countries, along with creative

insights from performers and guests. The center is known for providing an environment for young artists to flourish and develop in, so be sure to mark your calendar for it on July 29 at 6 pm. 39 Watermill Towd Road, 7264628; watermillcenter.org

X Xtreme Fitness with Hamptons Magazine’s #SummerOfSelf. Exercise has never been more important to being our best selves. This year’s Hamptons Wellness Week, as well as Southampton Sweat on August 5, will give Hamptonites a way to be active while having fun—and getting one step closer to having that beach body ready for any occasion—thanks to exclusive master classes and VIP access to wellness gurus. Gurney’s Montauk, meanwhile, is collaborating with Wellth Collective, bringing sought-after trainers and classes to the Hamptons each weekend. Check out classes from Y7, Bari Studio, City Row, and Exhale, and get in shape with instructors Alex Kate Knight, Holly Rilinger, and more!

Y Yoga. Yogis, rejoice! The season is full of places to bend and stretch your way into serenity with studios such as Good Ground Yoga (goodgroundyoga.com), Yoga Lila (yogalilamontauk.com), Yoga Shanti (yogashanti.com), One Ocean Yoga (oneoceanyoga.com), and Love Yoga (loveyogaspace.com). Now roll up that mat and say Ohmmmmmm!

Z Zen Gardens. This horticultural trend is the perfect gift for the hostesses of all those dinner parties filling your summer calendar. Created by Sag Harbor Florist, the arrangements of beautiful succulents decorated with fresh flowers make a great centerpiece on any table. sagharborflorist.net

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WANDERLUST

We come to the beach to dream. In draping fabrics as easy as the ocean breeze and coastal-inspired colors, restless imaginations take flight.

SHOT ON LOCATION AT THE CONFIDANTE MIAMI BEACH

photography by RODOLFO MARTINEZ styling by FAYE POWER


opposite page: Poncho, Baja East ($2,495). Copious Row, 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 808-3600; baja-east.com this page: Swimsuit, Proenza Schouler ($335). proenzaschouler.com. Endless Été raffia hat, Gigi Burris Millinery ($355). Copious Row, 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 808-3600; gigiburris.com

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opposite page: Bowerbird duster trench, Zimmermann ($1,600). 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-6291; zimmermannwear.com. Georgette crepe dress, Chanel ($9,100). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-918-2700; chanel.com. Earrings, Giorgio Armani ($495). Americana Manhasset, see above, 516-627-6001; armani.com this page: Africa one-piece, Mikoh ($218). Surf Bazaar, 183Â Edgemere St., Montauk, 668-1035; thesurfbazaar.com. Fringe skirt, Sally LaPointe ($4,500). Copious Row, 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 808-3600; copiousrow.com. Rylan bracelet ($295) and Cherrish rings ($145), Dannijo. Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; 64 Main St., Southampton, 283-8510; dannijo.com

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opposite page, on left: Ruffle blouse, Zimmermann ($1,600). 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-6291; zimmermannwear.com. Swim bikini set, Michael Kors Collection ($395). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-3512; michaelkors.com. Cherrish rings ($145) and Rylan bracelet ($295), Dannijo. Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; 64 Main St., Southampton, 283-8510; dannijo.com. on right: Robe, Vionnet ($2,095). Shari’s Place, 29 Main St., Southampton, 726-7200; 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516-484-7400; sharisplace.com. Make Love one-piece, La Perla ($1,615). Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, 230 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 350-1100; saks.com this page: Bralette, She Made Me ($130). Everything But Water, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-5693; everythingbutwater.com. Organza skirt, Fendi ($2,000). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-1900; fendi.com

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opposite page: Cascade glitter dress, Louis Vuitton (price on request). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-3654766; louisvuitton.com. Tassel earrings, Oscar de la Renta ($350). Shari’s Place, 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516484-7400; oscardelarenta.com this page: Embroidered top, Oscar de la Renta ($2,990). Shari’s Place, 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516-484-7400; oscardelarenta.com. Cachette swimsuit, Eres ($385). 55 Main St., East Hampton, 604-5544; eresparis.com Hair by Danny Jelaca at Creative Management MC2 using Balmain Makeup by Taryll Atkins at ABTP using Chanel Models: Olga Bocharova with Wilhelmina Miami and Kennedi Decamillis with Ford Models Miami  Location: The Confidante Miami Beach, 4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL, 305-424-1234; theconfidantemiami beach.hyatt.com

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DRIVING SEASON MEANS COOL CARS ON HOT SUMMER DAYS. HERE ARE OUR TOP FIVE PICKS. BY JEFF DUFOUR

START YOUR ENGINES


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ou’ve got the car you take to the Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club. To grab perfectly prepared foods and produce from Round Swamp Farm. To pick up friends at the airport. Nothing against it, but the cars below are, well, not that car. These machines celebrate the road to nowhere—as long as “nowhere” is a winding two-laner that’s short on traffic lights and long on roadside lobster shacks. Herewith, our favorite summer vehicles that can take you from a sun-drenched morning jaunt to Montauk to your favorite twilight dinner stop without missing a beat.

PORSCHE 718 BOXSTER S

The European Racing Throwback This two-seater looks like it’ll go airborne at any second. And that’s just while it’s sitting in a parking lot. You’re undoubtedly familiar with the body style, but this year’s subtle refresh borrows a bit from the classic 911, as it’s wider and sits lower.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARTIN BURDON (BACKGROUND)

NUMBER TO KNOW: Twenty.

Recalling the peerless Porsche racers of the early ‘60s, the 718 Boxster S boasts a combination of classic styling and state-of-the-art engineering that’ll make you the envy of the East End.

That’s how many years the Boxster has been around. But to mark the anniversary, Porsche looks back even further with this model, paying tribute to the original mid-engine, flat fourcylinder 718s that won races in the 1950s and ’60s. CONVERSATION STARTER: A

manual six-speed gearbox comes standard, so you’d better keep two hands free. CONVERSATION STOPPER: The

optional Doppelkupplungsgetriebe, otherwise known as a dual clutch formerly available only in race cars. Porsche says it offers “virtual gears” that save on fuel consumption by providing micro-adjustments between gears. Maybe, but it certainly requires virtual pronunciation. Whoever’s lucky enough to ride in the passenger seat. The new turbocharged engine cranks out 35 more ponies than previous Boxsters and propels the car from zero to 60 in four seconds—half a second faster than before.

YOU’LL IMPRESS:

Porsche of Southampton, 705 County Road 39A, Southampton, 2830888; porscheofsouthampton.com

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The First-Class Touring Machine Sure, this is a roomy luxury car packed with futuristic tech. But don’t underestimate it. It’ll hit 60 miles per hour in just over four seconds.

heating your car remotely) as well as the unexpected (parking your car remotely while you watch from your window-seat table at Pierre’s).

NUMBER TO KNOW: Fifteen

CONVERSATION STOPPER: A

thousand. That’s the number of tiny etchings in the glass of the sunroof, embedded with LEDs that team up to provide ambient mood lighting—in case the sun isn’t shining.

form of sign language that only you and the car are in on. It’s called gesture control, and it uses motion sensors in the center console to let you adjust the audio volume, answer phone calls, and start navigation by just waving your hand or pointing your finger.

CONVERSATION STARTER: An

intelligent key that does the expected (finding, starting, and

Anyone sitting in the back seat, up to and including your in-laws. The optional Rear Executive Lounge package bestows upon them a footrest, a tray table, exercise and massage functions in the seats, a 1,400-watt surroundsound system, and a dedicated seven-inch touchscreen. Flight attendant not included.

YOU’LL IMPRESS:

BMW of Southampton, 759 County Road 39A, Southampton, 877-885-1388; bmwofsouthampton.com

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF MIX MEDIA PLUS (BMW); BY MARTIN BURDON (BACKGROUND)

BMW 750I


JAGUAR F-TYPE 400 SPORT

The Super-Limited-Edition Roadster An upgrade to Jaguar’s already enviable line of F-Type roadsters, this head-turning version cranks out 400 horsepower on an all-aluminum chassis. One. That’s how many years they’re making this twoseater. And once they’re gone… NUMBER TO KNOW:

CONVERSATION STARTER:

The one-time-only detailing on this model, such as contrast stitching in the leather seats, metallic paint, and 20-inch alloy wheels with contrasting brake calipers. CONVERSATION STOPPER:

The throaty growl of the engine when you downshift to pass. Or just rev the

engine for fun in your parking space. Heck, you may even start using phrases like “throaty growl” in conversation. Everyone on social media. A first-ofits-kind app called ReRun, developed with GoPro, lets you shoot real-time video, which is instantly uploadable, while you drive by the dunes in Amagansett. It also collects critical data on speed, acceleration, and steering, if you’d like to judge your improvement on the track. Or, we suppose, your driveway.

YOU’LL IMPRESS:

Jaguar of Great Neck, 732 Northern Blvd., Great Neck, 877-436-3241; jaguargreatneck.com

LEFT: The luxe BMW 750i offers nappa leather upholstery and a sophisticated navigation system, plus lightweight Carbon Core materials that give the car an agility that belies its size. RIGHT: Like the cat that lends the brand its name, the Jaguar F-Type 400 Sport is sleek and powerful, with a 400-horsepower supercharged V-6, sultry design touches, and a cockpit loaded with next-generation technology (ABOVE).

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For 2018, the Audi S5 Sportback boasts an all-new muscular exterior. BELOW: The S5’s “virtual cockpit” features an innovative digital instrument cluster, allowing the driver to customize the displays, while the rear seats provide a generous amount of space. RIGHT: Guaranteed to turn heads, the Maserati GranTurismo Special Edition adds Poltrona Frau leather seats, 20-inch black alloy wheels, and a central air vent above its fearsome grille.

AUDI S5 SPORTBACK

A Coupe in Sedan’s Clothing

NUMBER TO KNOW: Five.

That’s how many doors you’ll find, including the rear hatch. It’s also how many adults can sit comfortably inside. Not bad for a car with an eight-speed turbocharged engine that’ll get you from zero to 60 in 4.5 seconds. CONVERSATION STARTER:

A limited production run means Audi is making only 3,500 of them this year. CONVERSATION STOPPER:

The “virtual cockpit,” which makes the driver’s seat

feel something like the seat of a flight simulator. A heads-up display on the windshield works with the fully digital instrument cluster, which pulls from Google Earth and Google Street View. YOU’LL IMPRESS: The

valet at The Palm, once he gets a load of the Traffic Jam Assist feature, which provides a helping hand with acceleration, braking, and steering in congested conditions. Like dinner hour in East Hampton. Audi Southampton, 51 Montauk Hwy., Southampton, 877-267-2098; southamptonaudi.com

BOTH PAGES: PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARTIN BURDON (BACKGROUND)

Is a five-door coupe a contradiction in terms? Maybe, but you’ll let it go once you see the body style, borrowed from the sculpted look of the A7.


MASERATI GRANTURISMO CONVERTIBLE SPECIAL EDITION

An All-World Convertible... For a Select Few This ferocious-looking four-seater commemorates the 60th anniversary of Maserati’s first grand touring car in 1957. That year also saw a red Maserati 250F win the Formula One championship—the vehicle that inspired the optional three-layer red paint job of this year’s model. NUMBER TO KNOW:

Twenty-eight. That’s how many seconds it takes the roof to retract. And for you to scan your music library for a Van Halen song while cruising Montauk Highway.

CONVERSATION STARTER:

The 460-horsepower V-8 made by Ferrari will do 185 mph and get you to 60 in 4.6 seconds. Switch it to sport mode and the exhaust valves open for some extra roar—especially with the top down. CONVERSATION STOPPER:

Taking a tight, fast corner. The Poltrona Frau leather seats are ergonomically designed for maximum support when you’re pulling some extra Gs. YOU’LL IMPRESS:

Yourself. Mainly because you’ll be one of only 400

people in the world to own one. Park it at the marina in Sag Harbor, where voyeurism is encouraged— the yachts and cars are equally lustworthy. Ferrari-Maserati of Long Island, 65 S. Service Road, Plainview, 516-726-1923; maseratili.com

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5th/90s. 10 rooms with 4 rooms facing Central Park. LR with fireplace, FDR, library, 3 BRs with ensuite baths, windowed EIK with breakfast room; laundry room, staff room with bath. F/S, white-glove prewar co-op with gym; pet-friendly. Co-Exclusive. $8.995M WEB# 3896051 Sharon E. Baum 212.836.1036

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SPACE SURREAL ESTATE & DESIGN

MODERN NOMAD AMIDST A RAGTAG COLLECTION OF FURNISHINGS AND OBJECTS, ARTIST STEVE MILLER CREATES AN ODE TO NATURE IN HIS STUDIO AND LIVING SPACE IN AN OLD POTATO BARN IN SAGAPONACK. BY JEAN NAYAR PHOTOGRAPHY BY COSTAS PICADAS

If left to his own devices, artist Steve Miller’s live/work space in Sagaponack might look much as it did when he purchased it from two other highprofile American artists—Frank Stella and Neil Williams—in 1986. “Various girlfriends have called it a ‘frat house,’” says Miller of the expansive former potato barn he now calls home.

Artist Steve Miller peers through one of his ecological works, based on an X-ray of a female sloth holding her infant, taken on a trip to the Amazon.

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SPACE BEACH RETREAT Millerʼs Sagaponack studio and living space, recently renovated by architect Carlos Brillembourg and his wife, Karin Waisman. below: Miller also produces silk-screened surfboards and other objects to help stimulate a global dialogue on the fragility of aspects of nature. “They’re eco-friendly trophy objects,” he says.

“The studio takes up the majority of the space; that I have any living space at all is a concession to past relationships,” admits the peripatetic artist. Yet thanks in part to the influence of his former sweethearts, along with the help of a pair of creative friends, a recent redo of a section of the 5,000-square-foot space has transformed the living area into a comfort zone that even a globetrotting adventurer like Miller has learned to value. “I needed an upgrade,” he says, “so I worked with architect Carlos Brillembourg to recarve the space and bring in some light.” As the modest renovation

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plans unfolded, Brillembourg’s wife, Karin Waisman, who is also an artist, got into the act to provide some finishing touches. Ultimately, the scheme involved opening up the upper-level bedroom area, enhancing the staircase that leads to it, improving a couple of bathrooms and the kitchen/dining area, and adding oculus skylights, which now flood the space with natural light. As they went along, the creative trio left intact many of the structure’s original elements— exposed ceiling beams, scuffed wood floorboards, and whitepainted slatted wood

“I LIKE THE CLEANLINESS OF BLACK AND WHITE, BUT I ALSO LOVE TO BLAST OUT COLOR AND LET IT SING.” —steve miller


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walls—and repurposed or improved others. Original barn doors from the front porch, for example, were painted charcoal black and brought inside to add character to the dining area, while a new floating wall—also painted black—was inserted along one side of the living space to separate it from the studio. The eclectic décor, however, is a pure reflection of its worldly owner. Amid various works of Miller’s own

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spectacular art, many of them based on X-ray images of flora and fauna he recorded with scientists in the Amazon rainforest (they will appear in a book called Radiographic, to be published by Glitterati in July), is an offbeat collection of furnishings and objects acquired over a lifetime of travels. Setting off an orange reupholstered sofa (a castoff from Stella and Williams) are pieces of Neolithic Chinese pottery, which Miller

picked up while teaching in Hong Kong; a copper screen from Mexico, for which he traded a painting; and a coffee table he had made from a forklift pallet left behind from the studio’s potatobarn days. In contrast to the crazy-quilt mix of curios on the main floor, the bedroom upstairs is “very simple, generous, and clean,” says Miller. The spare space serves as a crisp backdrop for a sculpture- and parachutetopped sofa—both made

by his friend and fellow artist John Chamberlain before he died—as well as a selection of his own mostly black-and-white works peppered with others sparked with vibrant colors. “I like the cleanliness of black and white,” says Miller, “but I also love the possibilities of color. I love to blast it out and let the color sing.” Either way, the aweinspiring visual melody that emanates from his art is one that anyone would be happy to share a home with. stevemiller.com

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clockwise from top left: The living space features a reupholstered orange sofa (formerly owned by Frank Stella and Neil Williams), a copper screen from Mexico, and a coffee table made from a forklift pallet; Neolithic Chinese pottery and some of Miller’s own artworks add shots of appealing energy to his serene bedroom; more of his art (much of it headed to an exhibition at Washington’s National Academy of Sciences in July) enlivens the updated dining room, now painted black and enhanced with the structure’s original barn doors.


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SPACE NOW OPEN The seating system Richard by Antonio Citterio, from B&B Italia; two Phoenix coffee tables by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso; a Tres rug from Nanimarquina; Flos and Moooi lighting; and a bronze bowl by John Pawson.

DESIGNING DUTCHMEN WITH A THOUGHTFULLY EDITED MIX OF ANTIQUES AND MODERN FURNISHINGS, JAN AND GEORGE RUTGERS ARE BRINGING A FRESH EUROPEAN EDGE TO RELAXED LIVING IN THE HAMPTONS. BY JEAN NAYAR PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC STRIFFLER

Ever in pursuit of the very finest furnishings and objects, Dutch design duo Jan and George Rutgers can often be found hunting for gorgeous antiques and contemporary pieces in Belgium, Italy, Spain, and France, as well as their native Holland. With their design tastes firmly rooted in Europe, the designers have been crafting interiors for a cosmopolitan global clientele for more than 20 years. And when they settled and set up shop in Sag Harbor five years ago, their rarefied yet restrained point of view was swiftly and warmly welcomed in America, too. “We fell in love with Sag Harbor right away because it’s a village with a European vibe in an idyllic old setting of Victorian homes

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Jan (left) and George Rutgers, amid furniture and lighting primarily from the Dutch brand Moooi, in the 18th-century building that houses their showroom and office (top left).

“WE FELL IN LOVE WITH SAG HARBOR RIGHT AWAY; IT’S A VILLAGE WITH A EUROPEAN VIBE IN AN IDYLLIC OLD SETTING.”—jan rutgers


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where the sun always shines,” says Jan. “So when we opened the doors to JANGEORGe here just before Memorial Day in 2012, we immediately felt at home.” With the couple’s eponymous business offering a showroom full of furnishings curated by the pair from some of the leading European brands, like B&B Italia, Flos, and Maxalto, along with rustic, character-rich antiques, stunning ceramics, and luxurious Belgian linens, it’s hardly surprising that the charming team and their refined mix of home goods would become an instant hit in the village—and throughout the Hamptons. Always looking for ways to elevate the experience of their clients, the Rutgerses quietly shifted the setup of their studio-showroom-store a few weeks ago by consolidating all three components of their business into an 18th-century three-story house at 17 Madison Street, enabling them to set their presentation apart. “The home is just a beauty,” says Jan. “We love our designs to be uncomplicated—not too thought-out—so the quality comes through and simplicity prevails. It’s amazing to share the things we love in a way that no other store does.” 17 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 899-4848; jangeorge.com

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Vincent van Duysen pottery, ceramics, and marble with oak lids, beneath Urkiola polished stainlesssteel pieces.

“WE LOVE OUR DESIGNS TO BE UNCOMPLICATED SO THE QUALITY COMES THROUGH AND SIMPLICITY PREVAILS.”—jan rutgers A quintessential JANGEORGe look: a sleek oversize sofa paired with modern lighting by Flos and the Finnish brand Finom and items from Maxalto and B&B Italia.


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SPACE HAUTE PROPERT Y This oceanfront home at 212 Dune Road is designed to bring the outdoors inside. below: The double-height living room, with its broad glass windows and doors, introduces plenty of bay air and beach light.

THE CALM WITHIN A BEACHFRONT HOME IN QUOGUE PROVES THAT THE BEST PLACE TO EXPERIENCE THE OCEAN IS INSIDE.

Multiple terraces and rooftop decks ensure unobstructed views from every room. above: The secondlevel bar has seating that faces outward to maximize the view of the ocean. below center: An airy bedroom combines contemporary style with a beach-inspired color scheme.

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Cutting-edge architects know that the best thing an oceanfront house can do is get out of the way. But the spectacular new construction at 212 Dune Road is anything but shy. Its architects and designers embraced the challenge of creating a home that constantly

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facilitates a connection to the outdoors. “The house was designed to be elevated so that there are direct water views from both the main level and the second level,” explains Andrew Sheinman of Pembrooke & Ives (330 W. 38th St., Ste. 1001, New York,

212-995-0555; pembrooke andives.com), the lead architecture firm on the project. “Much of the design intent was centered around the connection to the water and dunes and a desire to maximize views and create a seamless transition between indoors and outdoors.”

The materials, colors, and clean lines all work toward those ends. “The living room walls are an extension of the exterior stone,” says Sheinman, “and the color of the sand is translated through the use of materials such as onyx and champagne lacquer.”

The owner—who originally built the house for himself but decided to put it on the market—brought in a feng shui expert. “You can feel this free-flowing space,” says Michael Cantwell, chief marketing officer of Bespoke Real Estate, which represents the property. “From the

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF BESPOKE REAL ESTATE

The master bathroom features marble, high-gloss lacquer, and a glass-enclosed rain shower.


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“MUCH OF THE DESIGN WAS CENTERED AROUND THE CONNECTION TO THE WATER AND DUNES.”—andrew sheinman

Comprising three lots totaling nearly four acres, with an impressive 272 feet of ocean frontage, this is one of the largest oceanfront properties in the area.

The north/south tennis court offers views of the bay. inset: The boardwalk allows you to stroll out over the dunes to the beach.

art to the furniture to the flow of the house, every detail is over the top.” While a connection to the outside is essential, the house still maintains a sense of seclusion. “The orientation of the property, the rooftop decks and terraces, and the many walls of glass optimize views of the ocean and bay while keeping a feeling of privacy at the highest level,” notes Cantwell. Meticulous architectural choices lend the home a unique character that could be described as grandiose. “The staircase is a dramatic design element with a hidden structure that gives the illusion that it is floating,” explains Sheinman. “Large-scale windows create a glass jewel box where one can see both the bay and the ocean as one ascends and descends the stairs.” At every turn, the connection to the outdoors is the commanding presence. Floor-to-ceiling glass on both sides of the living room and a long dramatic boardwalk to the beach never fail to draw people to the ocean, and that attraction is felt upon entering. “The entry gives a glimpse of the house and the water beyond,” says Sheinman, “curating and setting the tone for the entire experience.” 212 Dune Road is listed for $26.9 million and represented by Zachary and Cody Vichinsky at Bespoke Real Estate, 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 500-9030; bespoke realestate.com.

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BRIDGEHAMPTON DESIGNER CHIC Stunning 10,000+/- SF Home | Flag Lot in the Heart of Bridgehampton’s Horse Country | 1.4 Acres Bordered by Reserve | 6 Bedrooms | 9.5 Baths | Recent High-end Designer Renovation Adding 4,000 SF+ of Living Space | Antique White Oak Flooring Throughout | Fully Furnished | Chef’s Kitchen | Floor-to-Ceiling Windows | Grand Formal Dining Room | Terrace | Great Room | Billiard Room | Screened-in Sunroom | Plush Master Bedroom with Ceiling Drop Down TV | Automatic Shades | Steam Shower | Second Level Deck | Office | Finished Lower Level | Media/Play Room | Wine Room | CYBEX Gym | Sauna | Large Heated Gunite Pool | Built-in Outdoor Kitchen | Rolling Lawns | Bluestone Patios | Featured in Hamptons Cottages & Gardens | 3-Car Garage | $8.995M WEB# 5133009

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Pondfront In The Georgica Association | 1 Acre | 200’ on Georgica Pond | Elevated Lot | Renovated 4 Bedroom House Artist Studio | Community Tennis & Oceanfront Cabana | Pool Exclusive. $8.75M WEB# 118174

Beach Lane On Reserve | .78 Acre | Less than .25 of a Mile to the Ocean Build 5,000 SF+/House Plus Finished Basement, Room for a Detached Garage, Pool & Pool House. Exclusive. $6.5M WEB# 03780

Modern Sagaponack by Gactho Studios | 1.25 Acre | South of the highway | 7,500 SF+/7 Bedrooms Heated Gunite Pool | Pool House | Roof Deck | Oceanviews Exclusive. $12.995M WEB# 35886

Montauk Oceanfront | .84 Acres | 2,580 SF+/- | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | Finished Basement Heated Pool | Private Access To Ocean Exclusive. $9.995M WEB# 03780

Wainscott South Ultra Chic | South of the Highway | .5 Acres | 4,000 SF+/- | 5 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms | Heated Gunite Pool | Short Distance to Ocean Exclusive. $2.995M WEB# 24165

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Gorgeous Grey Gardens| 1.7 Acres | South Of The Highway | Less than .25 Mile To The Ocean | 6,000 SF+/- | 7 Bedrooms | 6 Bathrooms | Full Basement | Heated Gunite Pool | Tennis Court Thatched Cottage | Extensive Gardens & Mature Landscaping Exclusive. $17.995M WEB# 25001

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IT’S NO SECRET THAT THE HAMPTONS IS THE PLACE TO BE, BUT DOES WHERE YOU RENT OR BUY STILL MATTER? A PANEL OF LOCAL EXPERTS WEIGHS IN. MODERATED BY MICHAEL BRAVERMAN

Seven Hamptons power players— top real estate brokers Susan Breitenbach and Patrick McLaughlin; architect Stuart Disston; Hamptons housing developer Steven Dubb; Southampton Arts Center’s director of programming, Amy Kirwin; entrepreneur and luxury moving planner Pamela Muller; and interior designer Shannon Willey— discuss the ever-evolving personalities of the East End’s neighborhoods amidst a changing cultural and real estate climate. How relevant is location now that areas once considered marginal have become desirable? Pamela Muller: I was thinking about that, because 25 years ago I bought my house north of the highway. It was one of the biggest houses on the street. Now it’s one of the smallest, and that area has become very desirable because of the land and the horse farm. Susan Breitenbach: You made a good choice there. I think on the ocean, you can’t really go wrong because there’s so little of it. But we’re seeing a lot of higher trades all over. Steven Dubb: One thing I keep hearing brokers say is there are no bad neighborhoods in the Hamptons. They’re all very different. [There are] very expensive homes going into areas that, a few years ago, were pretty vacant and not developed at all. Part of that is the Peconic Land Trust Tax, which has helped elevate our

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“THERE ARE ALMOST NO BAD LOCATIONS IN THE HAMPTONS, BUT THE PRIME LOCATIONS, LIKE OCEANFRONT OR CLOSE TO A VILLAGE, WILL ALWAYS BE THE MOST IMPORTANT.” —PATRICK MCLAUGHLIN

Waterfront properties will always be among the most desirable in the Hamptons. Large glass openings allow light and spectacular views of Moriches Bay into this clean contemporary home, a series of rectangular boxes offset with contrasting materials—durable white Azek and dark weathered oak. “All these materials are modified to withstand exterior conditions along the ocean,” notes Quogue-based architect Stuart Disston.

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$16,650,000 | .92 Acres | 10,677± sf | 3 Stop Elevation | 8 Bedrooms | 10 Full and 2 Half Bathrooms | Smart House Technology | Heated Gunite Pool Diana Royal Marble Pool Surrounds | Covered Loggia | Built in Coyote Convertible Gas/Charchoal Grill | WEB# 22529

SALTAIRE A $7,495,000 | .92 Acres | 9,500± sf 7 Bedrooms | 9 Bathrooms | WEB# 47519

ATER MILL $5,975,000 | 2.5 Acres | 8,100± sf 8 Bedrooms | 12 Bathrooms | WEB# 31193

$6,995,000 | .92 Acres | 9,000± sf 7 Bedrooms | 9 Bathrooms | WEB# 36289

$6,750,000 | .51 Acres | 6,000± sf 6 Bedrooms | 9 Bathrooms | WEB# 22327

KEW $4,300,000 | 2 Acres | 8,100± sf 8 Bedrooms | 7 Bathrooms | WEB# 28083

$2,825,000 | 1 Acres | 5,100± sf 5 Bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | WEB# 43027

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Located in Water Mill, another area that continues to be well-regarded, this new contemporary barnstyle home—with over 5,000 square feet of living space, plus a pool house and detached garage—is listed by Patrick McLaughlin of Douglas Elliman for $3.595 million.

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(below, from left) patrick mclaughlin: Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 138 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-0200; elliman.com amy kirwin: Southampton Arts Center, 25 Jobs Lane,

Southampton, 283-0967; southamptonartscenter.org susan breitenbach: Corcoran Group Real Estate, 1936 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 899-0303; corcoran.com shannon willey: Sea Green Designs, 40 Jobs

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Lane, Southampton, 259-3612; seagreen designsllc.com pamela muller: NouvelleView, 26 E. 81st St., #2N, New York, 877-862-9397; nouvelleview.com stuart disston: Austin

Patterson Disston Architects, 44 Quogue St., Quogue, 653-1481; apdarchitects.com steven dubb: Beechwood Homes, 200 Robbins Lane, Ste. D1, Jericho, 800-616-5774; beechwoodhomes.com

property values because they’re creating a scarcity of land and protecting the value of the aesthetic of the Hamptons. Patrick McLaughlin: There are almost no bad locations in the Hamptons, but the prime locations, like oceanfront or close to a village or a main street, are always going to be the most important. Ultimately, it comes down to where the buyer is and what they want, because the Hamptons offers so many different types of living. Some buyers may consider Bishops Pond [in Southampton], which is on the edge of the village, an undesirable location because they want to be closer to beaches or closer to Main Street. But other buyers looked at Bishops Pond and said, “This is great, I’m in the village.” It’s just a five-minute drive to Main Street. The answer is really in the eye of the beholder. Breitenbach: A lot of my customers bought in Bishops Pond, but they didn’t go there as much for the location as for [the neighborhood] you created. So that location is okay, but it’s really not about the location; it’s about the lifestyle there, the people there. How do you advise people where to go when they want to come here but aren’t intimately familiar with the area? Shannon Willey: When I’m advising people, I [ask] do they have kids, what is their lifestyle, are they willing to drive to places they really want to spend time at, do they want to deal with traffic, etc. McLaughlin: It depends on how familiar they are with the Hamptons. A lot of people come out here and they have friends in a certain village or town, so they

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This classic estate garden, part of a turn-of-the-century “cottage” belonging to a client of Pamela Muller’s NouvelleView, is on one of the most prestigious streets in East Hampton—a location that has always been and continues to be prime, she says. below: Patrick McLaughlin and Stuart Disston.

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think East Hampton is more estatelike, Southampton is more of a formal hedge kind of thing, and Bridgehampton is more rural. Some people love it like that. McLaughlin: Sag Harbor is a little more bohemian, so to speak. Years ago, the towns had their own distinct personalities. Do you think that has been diluted, or do they still exist? Stuart Disston: Southampton used to be very different than East Hampton—the shops, the restaurants, everything. I think it’s diminished. Maybe it’s the

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL GONZALEZ (PANELISTS); CHRIS FOSTER (EXTERIOR)

have the tendency to want to go where their friends are. For someone who’s brand-new, I would say rent for the first year, get accustomed, learn the lay of the land, and see where you feel comfortable. Each village has its own culture and nuances. And I think everybody has mentioned traffic in one way, shape, or form. It’s really changed the way you live out here. Muller: Do you find that East Hampton is considered the most prestigious? Amy Kirwin: People always ask that—which Hampton is more prestigious? They all

“IT’S REALLY NOT ABOUT THE LOCATION; IT’S ABOUT THE LIFESTYLE THERE, THE PEOPLE.” —susan breitenbach


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People think Southampton has a formal hedge feel, says Amy Kirwin, director of programming at Southampton Arts Center. This living room of a home in Remsenburg, with interiors by Shannon Willey of Sea Green Designs, features an updated take on that traditional look, with layered finishes that produce a sophisticated yet inviting atmosphere. below left: Shannon Willey, Amy Kirwin, Pamela Muller, and Patrick McLaughlin. below right: Steven Dubb of Beechwood Homes.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL GONZALEZ (PANELISTS); MICHELE SCOTTO TRANI FOR SEQUINED ASPHAULT STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY (INTERIOR)

Starbucks effect. I don’t know, but you see globally that London really isn’t that much different than New York anymore. It’s the globalization of the world. I don’t want to bash Starbucks, but in most of the villages, you see very similar stores and shops. Muller: I don’t think it’s the same for Amagansett or Bridgehampton, though. There’s not as much shopping in those towns. It’s much more mom-and-pop. Willey: A lot of people who are in Amagansett used to be in Southampton. They’ve moved a little bit because I think Amagansett is more of what the Hamptons used to be like 10 or 20 years ago. What about Montauk? Disston: I spent a lot of time on the beaches there, and for a few years the changes going on there seemed scary, with the nightclubs and everything. [But] a lot of people my age want to live in Amagansett and Montauk. Dubb: I love going out there in the late season and surfing, spending the weekend. What is your favorite area in the Hamptons? Willey: Peconic Bay for the sunset. Disston: Anywhere on the beach in Montauk in the off-season. Dubb: I’m obviously partial to the Quogue area. I recall going down for a picnic in early October, harvest moon, on Sagg Main Beach, and everyone was set up with these little bonfires and they were setting out little lanterns. Muller: Maidstone Club. That area is beautiful. When I drive there and get to that point, my heart always lifts a little bit.


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Builder’s own one-of-a-kind compound majestically situated on 3+ acres by preserve offers a perfect blend of sophistication and country living. Separate guest quarters, heated pool and hot tub, chef’s eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, living room with stone fireplace and more. $1,899,500 WEB# 5133008 Katie Doubleday Lic. as Kathleen Nicole Doubleday m: 631.655.6238 Dee Bonner Lic. as Darla J. Bonner m: 631.848.2960

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A giant copper beech spreads across an alcove of Endless Summer hydrangeas in architect Peter Marino’s Southampton garden. Its rusty-black leaves flicker above a bronze Claude Lalanne bench sculpted in the shape of oversize ginkgo leaves. Shade rules, not as

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PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY BY JASON SCHMIDT AND MANOLO YLLERA; OPPOSITE PAGE: © LOUIS HEILBRONN, COURTESY OF THE ARTIST (MARINO); PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY BY JASON SCHMIDT AND MANOLO YLLERA (GARDEN)

A glimpse into Peter Marino’s Southampton garden reveals a masterful composition of tone and color, with (from the foreground) Girard’s Fuchsia azalea, Royalty azalea, and Cunningham’s Bush rhododendron.


from top: Verbena and lavender line the path to a French 18th-century limestone fountain; the cover of Marino’s new tome, published by Rizzoli; the architect in one of his signature outfits.

WHILE THE TREES WERE MATURING, MARINO STARTED PLACING HIS SCULPTURES THROUGHOUT THE SPACE.

the absence of light, but as the sum of all colors. This is quintessential Marino: masterful use of dark and black tones (which you can also see in his leather outfits) that, instead of receding into the background, become the cardinal element of a composition. His new book, The Garden of Peter Marino, published by Rizzoli, even uses buttery black pages at the beginning of each chapter. While most garden writers shy away from black, Marino embraces it, giving the book a cinematic effect. He lets the reader pause for reaction before

flashing scenes of his magnificent garden, decades in the making. “I had a discussion with a landscape architect friend of mine 21 years ago who told me it would take this long,” Marino says about waiting for his garden to fully grow in before writing a book about it. “And he was right.” While his garden was flourishing and the trees were maturing, Marino started placing his François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne sculptures throughout the space. “Every year we brought one or two.” Marino says he didn’t design the garden around

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An early 20th-century Barnard, Bishop & Barnard rustic summerhouse on the northern edge of Marino’s rose garden is where his daughter’s English nanny taught her how to have tea parties as a child.

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the Lalanne works, but strategically chose them for each situation. “I started with the architecture, axially placed the Le Minotaure with the cow running through the lines of the house. I love their surreal magic.” Bronze sheep appear to hurry to welcome visitors along the entrance allée of Crimson King Norway maples. Near the house, a giant duck plays hide-and-seek behind a silver maple. This pastoral wonderland of live plants and bronze animals is perhaps the closest to farming that a proud and self-professed extreme perfectionist can get. But not all is absolutely controlled in Peter Marino’s garden. Despite it being manicured, flower beds are allowed to become unruly toward the end of summer—as lines along the borders blur, the layout leaves room for interpretation. Says Marino, “The garden is subtlest at the borders of the property where layering, stacking, molding, and interweaving have left me visually neighbor-free!”

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SPACE ABODE & BEYOND

HOMEWARD BOUND WITH NEW LAUNCHES AND FRESH BEGINNINGS, THESE FOUR DESIGN AND DÉCOR HUBS HAVE US OBSESSED WITH GETTING OUR HOMES SUMMER-READY. BY TIM LATTERNER

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SUMMER FLING

From cocktail shakers wrapped in wicker to painted floral plates, Aerin Lauder’s new collaboration with Williams-Sonoma evokes the spirit of summer. Like the luxurious yet relaxed feel of the Hamptons, each piece in this tableware collection

blends the elegance of a sophisticated dinner party with the laid-back informality of a backyard barbecue. “The collection was inspired by my personal philosophy that living beautifully should be effortless, and shaped by my passion for entertaining,” says Lauder, founder and creative

director of AERIN. “The collection incorporates a ton of blue and white, which is a staple in the AERIN brand and is part of my decorating DNA.” 2044 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 5373040; williams-sonoma.com WALL FLOWERS

With the approach of

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clockwise from top left: Aerin Lauder, founder of AERIN, shows off glasses and dinnerware from an exclusive Williams-Sonoma collaboration ($30–$60); bamboo-motif frames and scalloped gallery frame ($70–$110) from AERIN by Williams-Sonoma.

Serena & Lily’s Luna Stripe wallpaper (here with the Luna linen duvet) emerged from a textile that Serena Dugan found on her travels.


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The Plaza Penthouse 4 br, 5.5 ba | Web: 00111421 | $39,750,000 Elizabeth L. Sample, 212.606.7685 Brenda S. Powers, 212.606.7653

927 Fifth Avenue, Apt 1N 3 br, 3.5 ba | Web: 00110148 | $16,900,000 Allison B. Koffman, 212.606.7688 Juliette R. Janssens, 212.606.7670

737 Park Avenue, Apt 9/10G 3 br, 4.5 ba | Web: 00110447 | $11,750,000 Allison B. Koffman, 212.606.7688 Juliette R. Janssens, 212.606.7670

188 East 78th Street, Apt 7AB 4 br, 4.5 ba | Web: 00111504 | $9,500,000 Allison B. Koffman, 212.606.7688 Juliette R. Janssens, 212.606.7670

45 East 82nd Street, Apt 9E 4 br, 2.5 ba | Web: 00111445 | $6,785,000 Randall Gianopulos, 212.606.7622

181 East 65th Street, Apt 4E 2 br, 2 ba | Web: 00111429 | $3,675,000 Leslie S. Modell, 212.606.7668

250 West 82nd Street, Apt 32 4 br, 2.5 ba | Web: 00111460 | $2,995,000 Roberta Golubock, 212.606.7704

325 Riverside Drive, Apt 131 3 br, 2 ba | Web: 00111453 | $2,700,000 Elizabeth M. Herz, 212.606.7735 Mon Ling Landegger, 212.606.7665

497 Greenwich Street, Apt 2B 2 br, 1.5 ba | Web: 00111379 | $2,600,000 Stan Ponte, 212.606.4109 Max Collins, 212.606.7720

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SPACE ABODE & BEYOND

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ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

For nearly 20 years, Hampton Design has crafted some of the East End’s most spectacular interiors. Now, with a new showroom in Bridgehampton, it’s giving clients a clearer view of the scope of its resources. “It better displays the type and quality of work we do, as well as a

here and right: Homenature’s light-filled Southampton showroom offers furniture, lighting, and room settings. top left: Serena & Lily’s Cortina wallpaper ($98 per roll), Pierson dresser ($2,898), and nautical rope mirror ($498).

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variety of materials,” says Laura Sanatore, a partner in the firm. “You can expect well-thoughtout design that is functional and timeless.” 7 Tradesmans Path, #11, Bridgehampton, 537-7200; hamptondesign.com LET THERE BE LIGHT

A go-to resource for stylish living out East, Homenature has expanded its Southampton showroom, offering an even larger display of new and vintage furniture, lighting, accessories, and room settings. The remodeled space features broad new windows that cast each item in the showroom in beautiful natural light. 6 Main St., Southampton, 287-6277; homenature.com

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summer’s radiant days, now is the ideal time to refresh your walls. The beachy-chic home shop Serena & Lily is offering four new wallpaper patterns— herringbone, blossom, palmetto, and lemon—in multiple colorways. They’re the perfect way to salute the sun’s return. 332 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 5375544; serenaandlily.com


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A Peaceful Setting Near The Village |

East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 3 BA | $1.075M | Web#31765 | William “JR” Kuneth 631.771.5319

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East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 3 BA | $1.995M | Web#34801

East Hampton, NY Excl. | 3 BR, 2 BA | $890K | Web#49192

Southampton, NY Excl. | 5 BR, 5 BA | $1.725M | Web#42401

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Hilltop Modern with Water Views

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East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 4.5+ BA | $3.150M | Web#54828

East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 3 BA | $1.295M | Web#54556

Southampton, NY Excl. | 5 BR, 5.5 BA | $2.580M | Web#25253

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Park Avenue, NYC Excl. | 3 BR, 3 BA | $6.750M | Web#16086755

Tribeca, NYC Excl. | 3 BR, 3.5 BA | $6.850M | Web#16397820

Upper West Side, NYC Excl. | 5 BR, 4 BA | Co- Excl $5.975M | Web#16335491

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Midtown East, NYC Excl. | 3 BR, 3 BA | $5.950M | Web#16229683

Tribeca, NYC Excl. | Tribeca, NYC | $5.895M | Web#15803345

Rare Prasada Rambler Central Park West, NYC Excl. | 3 BR, 3 BA | $4.450M | Web#16135509

The Kerr Team 212.317.7853 | Brian Lewis 212.381.2252

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Stunning Park Views

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Chelsea, NYC Excl. | 2 BR, 2 BA | $2.995M | Web#16170193

Upper West Side, NYC Excl. | 3 BR, 3 BA | $2.495M | Web#16487824

Chelsea, NYC Excl. | 1 BR, 1 BA | $1.975M | Web#16170816

Jackie Siegel & Lisa Rose 212.381.3276/3262

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Upper East Side, NYC Excl. | 2 BR, 2 BA | $1.595M | Web#16329944

Midtown East, NYC Excl. | 2 BR, 1.5 BA | $1.495M | Web#16423584

West Chelsea, NYC Excl. | 3 BR, 3.5 BA | Unfurn $29K/Furn $32K/Month |

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SPACE TREND

THE GIVING TREE AS HAMPTONS HOMES GROW IN SCALE, SO DO THE TREES SURROUNDING THEM.

Over the past few decades, much of the Hamptons landscape has changed from flat agricultural to country pastoral. Furrowed fields have given way to rolling expanses of bright green turf, peppered with specimen trees and shrubs that bloom all summer long. Our idea of the bucolic beach house has evolved, too, from cedar shingles and gable roofs to mammoth glass palaces capable of hosting hundreds of donors at the drop of a fascinator. But East End homes aren’t the only things increasing in size. “We plant large trees so that they’re in scale with today’s architecture,” says Edmund Hollander of Hollander Design (200 Park Ave. S., Ste. 1200, New York, 212473-0620; hollanderdesign.com). And naturally, the passage of time only makes them larger. “Planting specimen trees helps reproduce age and give properties an instant sense of history,” explains Charles Marder of Marders (120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 537-3700; marders.com). While his landscape design and management company has been moving and planting specimen trees for 41 years, “the definition of a large tree keeps getting bigger,” Marder says. His method of planting mature trees is a quiet operation involving a crew of four to six men who communicate seamlessly. The process is slow and methodical, like transporting a fragile antique. “The largest tree we ever moved is a 100foot dawn redwood in 2001,” says Marder, whose firm has moved and planted an average of 400 trees per year. “Trees can tell us so much,” he adds. “They’re time capsules.”

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For homes in the Hamptons, the road to respectability— in terms of size or age—is often lined with mature trees transplanted using innovative methods by companies like Marders.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY SIMON RAE (CENTER); SUGAR BEE (BACKGROUND)

“PLANTING SPECIMEN TREES HELPS REPRODUCE AGE AND GIVE PROPERTIES AN INSTANT SENSE OF HISTORY.” — CHARLES MARDER

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MAKE A MOVE MATTHEW BREITENBACH TELLS US HOW HE BECAME THE FIRST-ROUND PICK FOR ATHLETES AND CELEBS LOOKING TO BUY IN THE HAMPTONS. BY EMILY WEITZ

Born and raised in Southampton, 34-yearold broker Matthew Breitenbach started his real estate career as one half of a powerhouse mother-and-son team with Douglas Elliman. Making his name as a solo act was all about being prepared for the right opportunity at the right time.

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What was it like to take the leap and go out on your own? “I didn’t know what was going to happen. I had to show the real estate community that I was my own man.” Was there a specific deal that put you on the map? “I got referred to Jason Kidd right out the gate. I sold him a house immediately, and

then he got traded from the Knicks and he called me and needed to sell the house. We ended up in a bidding war, and I sold it above asking price and made him around $2 million. He had the world in the palm of his hands, but he was so nice and genuine.” What, in your view, is the key to success in

real estate? “Extreme service and incredible marketing—I look at myself as a real estate wealth advisor. I am good at moving product, but trust and integrity are at the heart of it. That’s what has helped me to work with athletes and celebrities and the highnet- worth people. They know they can get an honest

opinion out of me.” What are your big listings right now? “Morgan Hill Farm in Bridgehampton is a 12-acre property on Kellis Pond. You don’t come across land like that often anymore.” The Matthew Breitenbach Team is located at 2488 Main St., Bridgehampton, 537-6590; thematthew breitenbachteam.com.

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Matthew Breitenbach (LEFT) represents the Morgan Hill Farm at 9 Morgan Hill Way in Bridgehampton, pictured here.


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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. $7.7M. Web#14598692

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SPACE GARDEN CLUB

AT HOME IN PARADISE IN SOUTHAMPTON, MARIANA AND GEORGE AUFMAN UNWIND IN THEIR VERDANT WONDERLAND. BY JAMEE GREGORY PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOSH LEHRER

Mariana Kaufman surrounded by the lush landscape created by her husband, along with Patrick and Mary Manley, to reflect her Greek heritage.

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Southampton’s Mariana Kaufman is noted for her elegant sense of style, warmth, devotion to family, and love of entertaining— qualities that become clear to anyone who visits her inviting East End home. She helped found the Couture Council at the Fashion Institute of Technology and has served on the board of the New York Landmarks Preservation Foundation. Her husband, George S. Kaufman, chairman of the Kaufman Organization and Kaufman Astoria Studios, is a prominent real estate developer and a member of the boards of the Whitney Museum, the Fashion Institute of Technology, Exploring the Arts, and the Museum of the Moving Image. In the 1970s, George purchased a home on Southampton’s Murray estate that was once used as a barn. With the help of the well-known Southampton landscaper Patrick Manley and Manley’s wife, Mary, he created a verdurous landscape with a lush, flowerfilled garden to reflect Mariana’s Greek background and her love of white. “Mrs. Kaufman is very sophisticated,” says Manley. “She wanted something crisp.” Arriving at the stately gate, lined with ilex hedges, visitors immediately notice the centerpiece of the driveway: a stunning, 100-year-old locust

“MRS. KAUFMAN IS VERY SOPHISTICATED. SHE WANTED SOMETHING CRISP.” —patrick manley


tree. Further along, a cloud planting of boxwood balls flanks the home’s entrance, and green shutters and festive green-and-whitestriped awnings decorate the white façade. Terracotta planters burst with white geraniums. Walking through the cheerful home, past an interior garden, one arrives at the patio, a covered space filled with wicker sofas and tables and planted with palms, evoking the flavor of the Mediterranean. “It reminds me of Palm Beach, where we winter,” says Mariana. “I wanted something cozy and beautiful. The area blooms all summer and fall. We have a vegetable garden with cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant. George loves sitting in the gazebo, reading the papers. It’s a typical Southampton cottage. We wanted to keep it simple, pretty, and clean-cut.” Beyond the patio, the pool is a box-bordered oasis, lined with hydrangeas, New Guinea impatiens, dahlias, angelonia, and lythrum. Pots burst with mandevilla, caladium, scaevola, and Algerian ivy. A sunken tennis court lies ahead, along with the charming gazebo, situated among ornamental grasses, lilacs, lilies, and salvia. Trees are under-planted with white begonias. And large groups of Annabelle, Limelight, and Endless Summer hydrangeas keep the two-acre property buzzing all season. The Kaufmans’ earthly paradise sparkles in the Hamptons (or is it the Mediterranean?) summer sun. Patrick J. Manley, Inc., 29 Westway Dr., Southampton, 283-8516

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: An antique wrought-iron bench sits between terra-cotta urns filled with trailing Algerian ivy, white geraniums, and spiky dracaena; a tranquil Buddha welcomes guests inside the front hall; a fanciful white gazebo offers shade in a far corner of the garden; a stately honey locust rises in the center of the Kaufmans’ driveway.

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SPACE OPENING clockwise from left: The spring 2017 One Kings Lane showroom in NYC is styled with exclusive modern and vintage home décor finds. inset: The new store is housed in Southampton's historic former Rogers Memorial Library.

THE ROYAL TREATMENT

From Memorial Day to Labor Day, One Kings Lane, a premier online shopping destination for high-end home décor and design, will be holding court in the former Rogers Memorial Library. “We want to help make summer vacations as fulfilling as possible,” says the brand’s president, Debbie Propst. The 19th-century landmark space invites guests to explore exclusive modern and one-of-akind vintage finds in a warm, homey environment. With 3,500 square feet of beautifully styled vignettes, design-savvy shoppers can acquire key products from onekingslane.com along with cash-and-carry pieces like designer beach towels, entertainment accessories, and outdoor accents. Whether it’s creating an entire home, adding finishing touches, assembling the perfect hostess gift basket, or producing a stunning

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dinner party table, One Kings Lane is prepared to assist chic East Enders with fully living their personal styles. Clients can schedule complimentary oneon-one consultations with the company’s design team. There is even the option of in-home appointments if you prefer to hunker down once you hit the Hamptons. The more social set, meanwhile, can look forward to a season of ongoing interactive events, trunk shows, and workshops with renowned collaborators. Design buffs can book an appointment through The Studio (the brand’s Manhattan showroom, located at 315 Hudson Street) or the website, or simply pop into this magnificent new venue that hasn’t been accessible to the public in several years. 11 Jobs Lane, Southampton; onekingslane.com

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ONE INGS LANE IS PUSHING TRADITIONAL RETAIL BOUNDARIES AS IT LAUNCHES ITS VERY FIRST BRICK-AND-MORTAR STORE INSIDE AN ICONIC SOUTHAMPTON LANDMARK. BY ALLISON BERG


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FRESH ON THE MONTAUK WELLNESS SCENE, THE BRAND-NEW BYOGA BRINGS YOGIS TOGETHER IN A STUDIO AND PRACTICE INSPIRED BY NATURE. BY LAUREN EPSTEIN

In the former Love Yoga space in Montauk, a new wellness hive is growing and humming with anticipation for the summer season. The brainchild of New Yorkers Anna Chung, a former Wall Street executive, and Sarrah Strimel, an ex-Broadway dancer, BYoga is the result of years of devoted practice. “Yoga has been transformative for us and gave us the courage to effect change and make huge decisions in our lives,” the duo says. Those life-altering decisions include leaving high-pressure jobs to teach yoga and opening the light, spacious BYoga studio this month. BYoga gets its name from the famous Mary Kay Ash quote, “Aerodynamically the bumble bee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know, so it goes on flying anyway.” The studio’s walls, awash in a warm honey hue, pay homage to the idea, while driftwood, live greenery, and expansive spaces hint at the Montauk landscape. In line with this theme, classes at BYoga focus on the elements: BFire is BYoga’s signature flow class, a vinyasa practice that “heats the body from the inside out”; BWater is an ode to the local surf community, with a focus on strengthening the core and toning the back; and BEarth is “a quest for balance,” centered on a grounding standing series. Welcome to Montauk. 83 S. Elwood Ave., Montauk, 4835077; byogahive.com

“YOGA GAVE US THE COURAGE TO EFFECT CHANGE AND MAKE HUGE DECISIONS IN OUR LIVES.” —SARRAH STRIMEL AND ANNA CHUNG

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SELF WELLNESS WEEK “HAMPTONS WELLNESS WEEK IS NOT ABOUT DEPRIVATION, LABELS, DIETING, OR ANY ONESIZE-FITS-ALL PRACTICE.” —anastasia gavalas

FIND YOUR BALANCE YOUR INSIDER’S GUIDE TO THE FIFTH ANNUAL HAMPTONS WELLNESS WE . BY CRYSTAL G. MARTIN

“Let’s face it, wellness is trendy,” says Anastasia Gavalas—“maybe even more so than clubbing.” She founded Hamptons Wellness Week with Kiley DeMarco as a seven-day celebration of health, featuring wellness services, good-for-you foods, and fitness classes. And they want to ensure you’re making the most of the healthiest week of the summer.

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Get a jump start. Hamptons Wellness Week returns June 11 through 18, with a kickoff at Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton on June 10. That’s your best bet for taking part in fitness demonstrations by guests like Gina Bradley of Paddle Diva, tasting healthy eats and coffee from the local java house Hampton Coffee Company, and sampling numerous body,

mind, and soul services from across the East End. Grab a friend. “From the first year and since, we’ve had this group of girlfriends who plan to take a different class together every day,” says DeMarco. “It’s a smart way to experience this, because we’re all more motivated to try new things when we have social support.” Find your favorites. Gavalas’s personal

acupuncturist, Gilles Obermayer of Shaiom Southampton Acupuncture & Integrated Oriental Medicine, is participating and will offer a special deal for new clients. “I’ve been going to Gilles for about eight years,” she says. “He’s treated my pain and fatigue and boosted my overall health. He even sees my five children.” And Hamptons Gym Corp— one of DeMarco’s go-to

fitness spots—is new to the program this year. Its highintensity classes combine great music and good vibes, so you’ll forget you’re working out, she says. Pay it forward. Proceeds from Hamptons Wellness Week benefit Wing It Project, a local nonprofit group founded in 2013 that supports the education and empowerment of children throughout the world. hamptonswellnessweek.com

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SELF WEAR WHAT WHEN Seamless unitard, Tory Sport ($148). TOP RIGHT: Something Navy’s Arielle Charnas, who is collaborating with Bandier and Monrow on a new workout line. BOTTOM RIGHT: Printed pleated jersey skirt ($128), felt tennis sneakers ($198), and packable mini bag ($98), Tory Sport.

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1. SWEAT IT OUT

Bandier teams up with Arielle Charnas—the stylish blogger behind Something Navy—and the designer loungewear label Monrow for an eight-piece limited-edition collection inspired by Charnas’s own workout wardrobe. That means swapping skintight leggings for sweats and graphic tees in a beachy palette of white and sand tones. “Arielle has always worn Monrow, but she recently started a trend by wearing sweatpants to the gym and sharing dance videos on Instagram,” says Jennifer Bandier, the boutique’s founder. “The

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videos got so many views, and we noticed that women would come to our studio dressed the exact same way. We knew we had to create a special collection with Arielle and Monrow.” Plus: Shop the Something Navy x Monrow line during Memorial Day weekend and receive a complimentary class pass, valid for a workout with Charnas’s trainer, Amanda Kloots, at Bandier’s Studio B in NYC. 44B Main St., Southampton, 488-4304; bandier.com 2. DRESS IT UP

Over in East Hampton, Tory Sport’s Fall collection arrives in

mid-June with a full array of tennis whites and a golf line. Fusing function and style, each ensemble is at once fashionforward and performancefocused, all the way down to the technical yarns, featuring natural fibers like cashmere and merino for an added element of luxury. Stunning ensembles with crisp lines, vibrant colors, and bold racing stripes also include reflective details and hidden pockets— essential for high-quality sportswear. 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 907-9150; torysport.com

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A CLASS BY ITSELF TARYN TOOMEY’S CULT FITNESS CLASS BREAKS NEW GROUND IN EAST HAMPTON.

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“There’s a buzz, but at the same time you can find the tranquil quietness if you seek it,” says Taryn Toomey of the Hamptons. “[It’s the] best of both worlds.” The founder of The Class by Taryn Toomey devised her sought-after exercise program in the same spirit: dynamic and electrifying yet peaceful and reflective. In a stunning all-white

crystal-clad studio in Tribeca, Toomey teaches The Class (and four variations thereof), a 65- to 75-minute workout that incorporates calisthenics (body-weight exercises), plyometrics (jump training), and various methods to engage the mind. Intended as a cathartic experience, The Class aims to change the way people think about

fitness and the mindbody connection, not only in New York City, but also LA, Vancouver, and this summer, the Hamptons. Thanks to a special collaboration with Lululemon, you can now take The Class at the retailer’s Loft35 studio space in East Hampton on June 17 and 18, June 24 and 25, and July 1 through August 31.

“The local gals at the Lululemon Soho store have been around since the beginning of The Class. They had an unwavering belief in me from the onset,” Toomey says. “I believe in staying true to the people that supported you early on. This partnership made perfect sense.” 35 Main St., East Hampton, 3244192; lululemon.com; taryntoomey.com

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ATELIER 22 is a carefully considered, custom-fit, approx. 5,500-square foot, seven-bedroom, and seven-and-a-half-bath residence in Amagansett with a fully furnished elective. The home perfectly juxtaposes public and private spaces by balancing the sprawling surrounding area with a comfortable family sanctuary. 22PepperidgeLane.com

ATELIER 22 By Studio Zung ATELIERBYSTUDIOZUNG.COM/ATELIER-22

Amgansett 5,500 square feet

Offered at $4,995,000

Rylan Jacka Associate Broker 516.702.5707 rylan.jacka@sothebyshomes.com EAST HAMPTON BROKERAGE 6 Main Street I East Hampton, NY 11937 I 631.324.6000

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East Hampton

Georgica Designer Estate 200GEORGICARD.COM

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Rylan Jacka

Associate Broker | 516.702.5707

Explore our selection of extraordinary homes currently for sale in the Hamptons and around the Northeast. sothebyshomes.com/hamptons


Murray Compound Southampton

101PHEASANTLANE.COM

Private ocean-access on 1.9± acres, designed by Fleetwood & McMullan, with interiors by Achille Salvagni Atelier. Offered furnished.

Offered at $28,900,000

Harald Grant Associate Broker | 516.527.7712


Shelter Island

World-Class Estate

SHELTERISLANDWATERFRONTESTATE.COM

Extraordinary home with sweeping water views. Restored and updated in a multi-year renovation, it sets itself apart on all levels.

Offered at $32,000,000

Beate V. Moore Associate Broker | 516.527.7868

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Amagansett

Acre+ Walk to Village 171WINDMILLLANE.COM

Sun-filled contemporary on beautiful 1.1± acres just north of Amagansett Village minutes to Main Street, ocean, and best farm stands.

Offered at $3,450,000

East Hampton

Updated Village Classic SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0047440

Prime South of the Highway location on one of East Hampton Village’s most beautiful tree-lined lanes, 5 bedrooms, and room for pool.

Offered at $3,900,000

Sagaponack

Chic Farmhouse 138SAGGMAINSTREET.COM

Stylish renovated farmhouse in prime Sagaponack South location minutes to ocean. Beautiful 2±-acre property adjacent to reserve.

Offered at $6,995,000

Frank E. Newbold

Marilyn Clark

Associate Broker | 631.375.4942

Associate Broker | 516.695.6590


Southampton

Overlooking Lake Agawam PONDLANEESTATE.COM

An opportunity to own a significant piece of the estate section with sensational water views just minutes to ocean beaches. An opportunity to own a significant piece of Southampton’s prestigious estate section with sensational water views minutes to ocean beaches and village. Sited on 15¹ acres, this premier estate including a modern home and 3 additional building lots is a rare opportunity.

Offered at $58,000,000

Bridgehampton

Southampton

Near Mecox Bay with Reserve Views

Perfect for Commuters and Beach Lovers

39BAYLANE.COM

30NORTHBISHOPLANE.COM

Best location on desirable Bay Lane. Close proximity to Mecox Bay with ocean a short kayak or sail away. Nearby boat launch.

This modern, custom-designed creation is the latest offering from the renowned builders of Southampton Meadows Estates. Nearing completion.

Offered at $6,250,000

Offered at $2,795,000

Deborah Srb Associate Broker | 516.445.6828 sothebyshomes.com/hamptons

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Montauk

Montauk Spectacular Views SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0047460

Captivating majestic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Montauk from this hilltop 6BR 5.5 BA custom traditional.

Offered at $4,250,000

East Hampton

Further Lane Estate SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0046256

Designer’s own 7,400 sq.ft. estate on 3.2± acres, one block to ocean, 50 ft. pool and tennis.

Offered at $16,900,000

Patricia Wadzinski Associate Broker | 631.871.0047


Amagansett

Amagansett Beach House SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0047571

Just one block to the ocean beach, this 3 BR, 2.5 BA custom built beach house is all about the beach in a chic modern style.

Offered at $2,575,000

Amagansett

High Style by the Bay SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0046821

3,000 sq.ft.-home on 1.4 acres in the Broadview Section of the Bell Estate, Private access to a 16±-acre beach and dock.

Offered at $2,695,000

Amagansett

Amagansett Village Lanes SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0047570

Discover this smart mid 70’s contemporary featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, located on one of the most desirable locations in Amagansett Lanes.

Offered at $3,300,000

Patricia Wadzinski Associate Broker | 631.871.0047 sothebyshomes.com/hamptons

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Sag Harbor

Rare Building Opportunity SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0038575

This 2-acre plot (200’ wide by 425’ deep on average) has permits for a 9,000±sq.ft. house, pool and tennis.

Offered at $1,100,000

Southampton

New Construction with Dock SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0038453

To be completed July 2017, this 5bedroom, 5.5-bath home offers great style with stunning transitional and modern elements.

Offered at $2,095,000

Sag Harbor

Custom New Construction 43NORTHHAVEN.COM

7-bedroom, 7.5-bath home features high-end finishes, grand rooms and lofted ceilings. Community tennis. On 2± acres, on protected reserve.

Offered at $3,950,000

Dawn & Frank Bodenchak Licensed Salespersons | 646.382.4055 | 917.968.9020


East Hampton

Five-Acre Estate with Pool and Tennis

14GRASSYHOLLOW.COM

Just off of Hands Creek, sit the grounds of this resolutely private estate. Behind the dramatic gates you’ll find not just a sprawling 6,000±-sq.ft. home, but the canvas on which you’ll paint a four-seasons Hampton’s lifestyle. The Tennis Court, playground, campfire, and pool house are sculpted into the property as over a hundred specimen trees were meticulously placed to give this compound a sense of permanence.

Offered at $4,250,000

The Ciardullo Green Team Associate Brokers | 631.903.0269 | 917.907.4788

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Southampton

Legendary Gin Lane

237GINLANE.COM

This magnificent and meticulously detailed home is sited on 2Âą acres of magical, park-like grounds and located on legendary Gin Lane. There are 9 bedrooms, 9.5+ baths including a master suite with dramatic architectural details and an ocean view. Additionally, there is a staff wing, 2-car garage accessed through a stone courtyard, pool and tennis court.

Offered at $17,000,000

Patricia Petrillo Associate Broker | 516.356.5136


Sagaponack

New Sagaponack South Gem 46MASEFIELD.COM

Newly built 8-bedroom traditional in Sagaponack on 1.24± acre. Includes 8,000± sq.ft. of living space, formal living room, dining and great room, professional kitchen, gunite pool and spa.

Offered at $11,995,000

Sag Harbor

Coveted Village Privacy SAGHARBORVILLAGEGEM.COM

Greek Revival in the historic district. 5,000±-sq.ft. home offering 4+ bedrooms, 5 baths, and light filled living spaces.

Offered at $4,500,000

East Hampton

Exquisitely Designed Modern SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0038578

Minutes from the the village, this beautiful 5,000±-sq.ft.modern features glass walls throughout graciously allowing for true indoor/outdoor living. Heated gunite pool with waterfall and outdoor fireplace.

Offered at $4,450,000

Beate V. Moore Associate Broker | 516.527.7868 sothebyshomes.com/hamptons

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Southampton

Twin Peaks Luxury Estate

9OLDETOWNELANETWINPEAKS.COM

Set on 4± landscaped acres in the heart of the luxury estate community of Olde Towne, “Twin Peaks”, a pristine country house complete with gunite pool, spa, pool house, and tennis court occupying three levels of sumptuous detail has recently been completed. Refreshing, modern appointments and state-of-the-art amenities dovetail Kean Development’s award winning construction.

Offered at $39,500,000

Harald Grant Associate Broker | 516.527.7712


Water Mill

Car Collector’s Delight 170SCUTTLEHOLE.COM

Custom built 10,000±-sq.ft. estate offering 7 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, heated saltwater gunite pool and spa, pool house, and storage for a dozen cars or more.

Offered at $11,995,000

Bridgehampton

Privacy, Pool and Tennis 361BRICKKILNROAD.COM

Superbly executed traditional offers six bedrooms, eight full and one half bathrooms, heated gunite pool and spa, lighted clay tennis court, expansive finished lower level,all set on 3.7± acres.

Offered at $6,295,000

Amagansett Lanes

Rare Compound Opportunity 36AND42MEETINGHOUSELANE.COM

Two separate and single lots on the lanes. Currently featuring one house, world-class gardens, and heated gunite pool.

Offered at $8,000,000

Cindy Shea Associate Broker | 631.680.3079 sothebyshomes.com/hamptons

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Bridgehampton

Blue Highland

72HIGHLANDTERRACE.COM

“Blue Highland”, a new custom built 14,000±-sq.ft. home, is located on one of Bridgehampton’s finest streets, bordering Sagg Pond and surrounded by vast reserves on two sides with open field views on a 2±-acre setting. Designed by pre-eminent Hamptons architect, Val Florio, stunningly decorated by Robyn Karp Design, and carefully crafted by Brian McGinness Contracting, the property is offered fully-furnished with architectural elements that blend tradition and modernity, and with lush gardens meticulously arranged by Davis Landscaping, ensuring total privacy.

Offered at $22,000,000

Harald Grant Associate Broker | 516.527.7712


Southampton

Pristine on Wyandanch Lane 115WYANDANCHLANE.COM

Picturesque and tree lined, Wyandanch Lane is famous for its charming beauty and immediate access to a beautiful ocean beach.

Offered at $11,995,000

Southampton

Village Estate 295WICKAPOGUEROAD.COM

Remarkably well built and attractive, this 7,350Âą-sq.ft. shingled home is sited on 2Âą-professionally landscaped acres. There are 8 bedrooms and 7.5 baths including a ground floor luxurious master suite with fireplace. There is a 2.5-car garage and a heated saltwater gunite pool with extensive brick patios. The grounds were designed by a notable landscape architect and feature a grove of Cherry trees accented by Plum trees, a pergola and wide lawns.

Offered at $9,750,000

Patricia Petrillo Associate Broker | 516.356.5136 sothebyshomes.com/hamptons

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Southampton

Bridgehampton

Immediate Ocean Access

Retreat with Pool and Tennis

112SURFSIDEDRIVE.COM

23WIRELESSWAY.COM

Beachy, 3,600±-sq.ft. home sited on 1± acres featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 full and 3 half baths, outdoor decking and heated pool.

Framed by 1.84±-acres, this exquisitely curated property is perfect for entertaining with pool, tennis and gardens.

Offered at $7,995,000

Offered at $2,495,000

Angela Boyer-Stump

Helen Gifford

Licensed Salesperson | 917.207.7777

Licensed Salesperson | 917.449.9677

East Hampton

Southampton

19th Century Farmhouse

Privacy with Pool and Tennis

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0047582

281EDGEOFWOODSROAD.COM

Situated on a private Lane in a perfect location triangle between East Hampton Village, Amagansett and the ocean beach.

Private Estate protected by greenbelt, located just outside the Southampton Village, main house, pool house, pool, tennis, 2-car garage. Priced to sell.

Offered at $995,000

Offered at $2,595,000

Patricia Wadzinski

Ann Marie Deane

Associate Broker | 631.871.0047

Associate Broker | 516.885.7433


Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor

Beautiful Historic Village

Pre-Construction Beauty

47HOWARDSTREET.COM

50DUMARDRIVE.COM

Exquisitely-maintained 2-story Colonial full of 19th-century charm.Originally built in 1880, featuring 3 bedrooms and 2 baths.

Stone’s throw from Main Street lies this 6-bedroom traditional home on .56± acres with beautiful sunsets and minutes to beach.

Offered at $2,795,000

Offered at $2,995,000

Leslie Reingold

Camilla Lundengard

Licensed Salesperson | 917.362.5375

Licensed Salesperson | 917.621.7970

East Hampton

Amagansett

New Construction

Crown Jewel on the Harbor

122GEORGICACLOSE.COM

30PRIVATEROAD.COM

Minutes from the ocean, stylish 7-bedroom new construction on 2.25± acres with heated, gunite pool, spa and pool house.

Stunning is an understatement for this brand new architectural custom marvel on Napeague Harbor with endless water views.

Offered at $9,450,000

Offered at $5,995,000

Dana Trotter

Rick & Kim Slater

Associate Broker | 631.379.3236

Associate Broker | 516.383.2508 | 516.359.4334

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Shelter Island

Exquisite Waterfront Estate DERINGHARBORESTATE.COM

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 4Âą-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.

Offered at $11,995,000

Southampton

Southampton

Privacy with Pool and Tennis

Sundrenched by the Pool

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0057232

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/0057275

Near the heart of the Village this 3-bedroom townhouse offers the very best of the Hamptons at a fraction of the effort.

Picturesque property, located on a quiet road, offers the graceful elegance of a larger estate in a comfortable weekend home.

Offered at $749,000

Offered at $1,575,000

Jonathan Smith Licensed Salesperson | 917.714.9022


Brooklyn

New York

Luxury Townhouse in Cobble Hill

4 East 66th Street

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/NYC/0139061

4EAST66.COM

A unique combination of historic design coupled with modern living make this townhouse an optimum blend of charm and convenience.

Massively grand and vast, this extraordinary residence overlooking Central Park is truly an architectural tour de force.,

Offered at $4,695,000

Offered at $65,000,000

Karen Heyman

Serena Boardman

Licensed Salesperson | 212.810.4990

Associate Broker | 212.606.7611

New York

New York

128 East 73 Street

28 East 10th Street

128EAST73RD.COM

SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/NYC/0139111

This exceptionally wide red brick Neo-Georgian mansion is situated on one of the Upper East Side’s most charming blocks and enjoys a wonderful garden.

This pristine, fully customized 3-bedroom loft has undergone a meticulous renovation while retaining its pre-war integrity.

Offered at $27,000,000

Offered at $6,950,000

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Serena Boardman

Jeremy V. Stein

Associate Broker | 212.606.7611

Associate Broker | 212.431.2427

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Southampton

La Dune on Gin Lane LADUNEONGINLANE.COM

Harald Grant

Associate Broker | 516.527.7712

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Whether you prefer a beach ceremony at Gurney’s (gurneysmontauk.com) or an intimate affair at Harbor Club at Prime (harborclub​ atprime.com), the Hamptons has an abundance of experts to make your wedding as effortless as a beach breeze. Mariel Kriss and Jamie Sholem relied on Sofia Crokos (sofiacrokos.com) and her team in Sag Harbor to turn their dream wedding into a reality. Growing up, the bride spent her summers on the East End, so the couple knew they wanted the festivities to take place in a natural, open space. They found that atmosphere at Beechnut Hill Farm in Water Mill. “This property is a planner’s dream,” says Crokos, “and perfect for a large wedding.” When the wedding day comes, Crokos says she tells her couples “to put your trust in the people you hired and trust that your day will go off without a hitch.” Whether it’s floral arrangements from Lilee Fell Flowers (lileefell​ flowers.com), bridal party beauty by Duke & Darling (dukeanddarlings​.com), or catering by CulinArt Group (culinartgroup.com), in the Hamptons you know you’re in good hands.

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For newlyweds Mariel Kriss and Jamie Sholem, Water Mill’s Beechnut Hill Farm was the ideal setting for groomsmen on horseback and the wedding of their dreams.

“PUT YOUR TRUST IN THE PEOPLE YOU HIRED AND TRUST THAT YOUR DAY WILL GO OFF WITHOUT A HITCH.” —sofia crokos

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WEDDINGS EAST END AFFAIR

A SHORE THING MAKE THE MOST OF A CLASSIC BEACH WEDDING WITH SOPHISTICATED NAUTICAL TOUCHES.

Don’t worry—the only sharks present were part of the elegant decoration.

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The event had a lakeside theme, from the wedding announcement (HERE) to the menus (ABOVE).

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The blissful couple shares a moment on the boardwalk.

We all know Montauk for its sandy beaches, calming ocean views, and gorgeous sunsets, but for Kelsey Oldendorp and Michael Paleokrassas, who spent years summering in the Hamptons, it also means lasting romance. The Montauk Lake Club (montauklakeclub.com) was a natural choice for their wedding. “A lot of places in the Hamptons are not cranking out weddings every weekend,” says Kelsey, “so you have to be patient in order for your dream wedding to come true.” Situated right outside of town, the club provided a sense of seclusion and intimacy that Kelsey and Michael wanted for their ceremony—plus gorgeous water views and luxurious amenities. Rain forced the cancellation of the fishing trip the couple had planned for their guests on Friday, so they decided to do a welcome party instead, with cocktails at Sloppy Tuna (lisloppytuna.com) and a reggae band, Royal Khaoz, to keep the mood high. A large rehearsal dinner followed at Swallow East (swallow eastrestaurant.com). Pro tip: When dealing with unpredictable weather, reliable—and luxurious—transportation for your guests is a must, such as M & V Limousines (mvlimo). The following day, a blissfully rain-free ceremony took place on the Montauk Lake Club’s private beach. The reception was held under a tent to create a gorgeous, covered setting—which included flooring. “Full flooring on the beach is the ultimate feature to have for weddings,” says Steve Clarke of Sperry Tents (sperrytents.com)—especially if you’re planning to dance the night away.—C.T.


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WEDDINGS TREND Lace-trimmed stretchcotton robe, Eberjey ($111). Relax Sag Harbor, 150 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-1464; relaxhampton.com

Art of Eating (hamptonsartofeating.com) catered this tented dinner planned by Duke + Van Deusen Events (dukevandeusen.com).

18k rose-gold, white-gold, mother-ofpearl, and diamond Two Butterfly pendant, Van Cleef & Arpels ($7,200). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-4947; vancleefarpels.com

Diamond drop earrings, Shari’s Place ($1,995). 29 Main St., Southampton, 726-7200; sharisplace.com Diamond Blossoms invite by Wedding Paper Divas, weddingpaperdivas.com 18k rose-gold and .60-carat diamond custom-made band, David Alan Jewelry ($5,900). By appointment only, 2 W. 45th St., Ste. 1403, New York, 212-382-1410; davidalanjewelry.com Aegean coffeepot ($174) and Aegean sugar bowl ($86), L’Objet. 9 Main St., Southampton, 259-2644; l-objet.com

Crystal suede sandal, Aquazzura ($895). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermix.com

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Cluster wooden clutch with mixed rose stones, Devi Kroell ($2,480). 23 Main St., East Hampton, 604-5050; devikroell.com

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Four linked rings in mixed 18k rose, yellow, and white gold with pavé-set cognac, Champagne, and white diamonds and a 1-carat solitaire white diamond engagement ring, Spinelli Kilcollin ($3,800). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 377-3981; spinellikilcollin.com

Garden Rose eau de cologne, AERIN ($165). 83 Main St., Southampton, 353-3773; aerin.com

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Magnipheasant feather bracelet, Stephen Webster ($47,000). Mayfair, 19 Main St., East Hampton, 329-8444; mayfairrocks.com


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WEDDINGS WHIRLWIND WEEKEND

“I DO” DO-OVER

Fun fact: Gary and Donna rented out the rooms at the Oceanbleu for their guests to be able to really enjoy the weekend.

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In years past, there was an unspoken rule that couples getting remarried went to the courthouse and kept their vows under the radar. But nowadays those rules seem passé. Why should you have to feel like you’re hiding your love? One of the Hamptons’ best-known event planners, Larry Scott (lawrencescott events.com), has orchestrated plenty of lavish weddings for couples looking to hit the reset button. “A lot of

couples want to embrace their second wedding, and [the events] are not small— like 250 to 300 [people],” he says. “Couples finding love for the second time want that do-over. It’s the old expression ‘If I knew then what I know now.’” Gary Segal and Donna Martucci, both of whom had been married once before, got engaged after eight years together. “We have been fortunate from the very beginning—we met, it

clicked, and we fell in love,” says Donna. “And everything has been wonderful.” With the rules set aside, Scott suggested a wedding bash with maximum visibility: an amazing schedule of events to close out the summer on Labor Day weekend, starting with the ceremony on Friday at Oceanbleu (oceanbleuwesthampton.com). The couple had a rabbi and priest marry them at sunset with dancing that lasted well

into the night. The next day, Scott had created a laid-back summer paradise at the couple’s Westhampton beach house with great food and music under a tent, volleyball and frisbee on the beach, and ocean swims (complete with a lifeguard). “Larry is so creative and meticulous in everything he does,” says Gary. “Donna and I were so pleased with our wedding weekend we shared with all our loved ones.”—C.T.

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WEDDINGS INSPIRATION DESTINATION Crystal and candlelight set a romantic mood for Jenna Mordaga and Anthony Forte’s (SHOWN LEFT AND BOTTOM) wedding.

“JUST WHEN THE GUESTS THOUGHT THE PARTY WAS OVER, THEY GOT TO WALK INTO ANOTHER ROOM WITH AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FEEL FOR MORE PARTYING!” —JENNA MORDAGA

A ROYAL RECEPTION

A truly regal wedding requires extraordinary floral arrangements.

Oheka Castle was the site for the couple’s contemporary fairy-tale wedding.

Inspired by a vacation to Versailles, bride Jenna Mordaga yearned for a glamorous, larger-than-life wedding venue for her special day. So when she discovered Oheka Castle (oheka.com), with its rich history of lavish parties dating back to the 1920s—an era the bride adores—she knew it was the perfect match. Luckily, she had plenty of guidance to help plan the grand wedding she imagined. “My mom is in the event-planning industry, so from the start she and I looked into vendors,” Jenna says.

“One of my best friends also got married a year before me and highly recommended Pedestals (pedestalsflorist.com) as her florist. I was able to get so much planning out of the way in the beginning.” With so many of the complications smoothed out early, the wedding day went off without a hitch. The couple took advantage of the castle’s over-400-acre grounds and exchanged vows in one of its many lush gardens; then they and their guests moved inside for dinner and dancing. To complement the

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castle’s grandeur, the bride chose a black-andwhite palette with crystal accents and lots of candlelight. Later, Jenna and her new husband, Anthony Forte, had a special treat up their sleeves for their fun-loving guests. “We transitioned from the ballroom into the main cocktail room where we had a ‘club’ set up with a DJ for the afterparty,” she says. “It was great that, just when the guests thought the party was over, they got to walk into another room with an entirely different feel for more partying!”—C.T.

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The formal black-and-white cake design provided a suitably grand moment.

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WEDDINGS SPARKLE 14k white-gold, brilliant-cut diamond necklace, Wempe (price on request). 700 Fifth Ave., New York, 212-397-9000; wempe.com

18k white-gold and 3.1-carat diamond Bouton de Camélia bracelet, Chanel Fine Jewelry (price on request). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-918-2700; chanel.com

Custom-made 4.5-carat diamond cluster earrings, David Alan Jewelry ($29,000). By appointment only, 2 W. 45th St., Ste. 1403, New York, 212-382-1410; davidalanjewelry.com

Florals are a no-brainer for weddings— especially if they’re rendered in diamonds.

Gail bespoke engagement ring, Glenn Bradford (price on request). 10B Jobs Lane, Southampton, 400-9800; 279 Main St., Port Washington, 516-767-1600; glennbradford.com 18k white-gold and 1.06-carat diamond ring, London Collection ($2,035). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 287-4499; londonjewelers.com

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Platinum and mixed-cluster diamond bracelet, Tiffany & Co. ($45,000). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-869-0800; tiffany.com

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18k white-gold and 10-carat three-row statement diamond bracelet, Forevermark by Leo Schachter (price on request). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 287-4499; londonjewelers.com

Platinum and 0.56-carat diamond band, De Beers ($4,150). 716 Madison Ave., New York, 212-906-0001; debeers.com

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18k white-gold and 4.81-carat diamond earrings, London Collection ($9,740). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 287-4499; londonjewelers.com


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WEDDINGS RAIN OR SHINE

PHOTOGRAPHY BY CHRISTINA OTH

LEFT: To pay homage to the groom’s birthplace of Bermuda, the couple got married in front of a moon gate. RIGHT: The bride and groom share a pictureperfect moment. BOTTOM: A clear tent kept guests comfortable, while still maintaining warmth, elegance, and a view of the grounds.

PLAN B (FOR BLISS!) YES, YOU NEED A RAIN PLAN. AND—YES!—IT CAN BE EVERY BIT AS ENCHANTING AS SUNSHINE AND CLEAR SKIES, IF YOU DO IT RIGHT.

An old wives’ tale claims that rain on your wedding day is good luck for your marriage. For Caroline and Kris Hedges, it also brought a lovely ambience to their Hamptons nuptials. The couple envisioned an outdoor, black-tie wedding at a unique, refined venue. Stone Meadow Farm, an equestrian estate in East Hampton, fit the bill with its intimate cottages, sprawling grounds, and hidden-garden vibe. The couple knew that when planning an outdoor wedding, the weather is the one factor you can’t control. So when the wedding day turned wet, Caroline and Kris were not caught unawares. They had a contingency plan set for the ceremony: a clear tent that allowed for a view of the grounds

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while keeping guests dry. “Having the rain and overall cooler weather actually made the event more comfortable for our guests,” says Caroline. “You always need a solid plan B,” says wedding planner extraordinaire Colin Cowie. Be sure you have a tent for the reception, and drop the sides in case of rain. It’s always a good rule of thumb to arrange for backup tents and umbrellas for your guests to ensure comfort during the event. As for your photos, prior to the day, discuss with your photographer and hairstylist alternate locations and hairstyles in case it’s humid and rainy. Putting weather plans in place prior to the big day ensures you’ll be able to fully enjoy your wedding—rain or shine.—C.T.

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WEDDINGS WELL-PLANNED

HOME AND HEARTS

For their wedding, Paul Abrahimzadeh and Tassara Vilaca (above right and below) fell in love with a private estate on Mecox Bay in Water Mill. “It’s all about flow,” says their planner, Jill Gordon. “Aim to move people around a property in order to keep things interesting.”

An introduction by mutual friends in 2012 led to love at first sight for Tassara Vilaca and Paul Abrahimzadeh, and before long they had marriage on their minds. “The Hamptons is a special place for us, where many summers were spent growing up,” says Paul. “We couldn’t think of a more beautiful, tranquil, and private setting for our wedding.” In particular, the couple wanted an intimate venue near their second home in Southampton, so they called on wedding planner Jill Gordon (jillgordoncelebrate.com) for her East End expertise. Gordon showed the couple 10 properties. “They knew that they wanted a casual event with lots of great details, an emphasis on fun and beauty, and the ability to party late into the night,” Gordon says. “They ultimately fell in love with a property on Mecox Bay in Water Mill.” With private estates, it’s important to keep in mind the logistical hurdles, and that’s where a planner really comes in handy. “What’s beautiful about the Hamptons is creating your own oasis,” says Andrea Correale of Elegant Affairs (elegantaffairscaterers.com). “Find a location [and] then look to your planners to handle the behind-the-scenes.” To honor the bride’s Brazilian background and the groom’s Persian heritage, the couple included a large dessert table with Brazilian treats and homemade Persian desserts, courtesy of Paul’s mother. And they arranged for a surprise performance with Brazilian carnival drummers, to the delight of guests.—C.T.

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The Reformation Beach House will be full of trendy finds from the spring collection (RIGHT)—like the Geneva dress (HERE) and the Cruz dress (BOTTOM RIGHT)—in a beachy aesthetic reminiscent of its previous Miami pop-up (BELOW).

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EAST HAMPTON UPS ITS STYLE GAME THIS WEEKEND WITH THE OPENING OF REFORMATION BEACH HOUSE, A ONESTOP SHOP FOR SUMMER’S HOTTEST TRENDS.

Reformation—possibly the coolest contemporary label of the moment—just opened a très chic pop-up of versatile, effortless pieces that combine sustainable fabrics with fitted, romantic styles. The result is a covetable look that works from day to play while also benefiting the environment (thanks to the brand’s responsible manufacturing practices). “The space will be stocked with our best pieces,” says founder and CEO Yael Aflalo. There’s something for every East End trendsetter, from flirty floral styles (try the short and fun Armadillo dress) and relaxed summersoirée pieces (we suggest the Geneva dress; $218) to new swimwear. “Everything is perfect for summer in the Hamptons,” Aflalo says. “Just BYO rosé!” 45 Main St., East Hampton, 210-6697; thereformation.com

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BROOKS BROTHERS

CLIC GENERAL STORE

The effortless ease of the Hamptons is perfectly embodied in AERIN’s stunning shop. Luxurious beauty products sit next to elegant home pieces—picture rich golds balanced out by soft suedes. It’s no wonder this spot is a favorite among East Enders. 83 Main St., Southampton, 353-3773; aerin.com

Since 1818, the clothing label’s classic looks have been synonymous with Hamptons style. Often rooted in nautical themes, Brooks Brothers’ iconic summer staples range from impeccably tailored suits to crisp button-downs for him and her. 48–50 Main St., Southampton, 287-3936; brooksbrothers.com

What started as a bookstore and gallery is now an expertly curated concept space featuring contemporary photography, books, home goods, and apparel. 60 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 527-7102; clic.com

ALICE + OLIVIA

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

With a cult following of loyal customers, Alice + Olivia CEO and Creative Director Stacey Bendet’s colorful and whimsical designs capture the free spirit of the East End. The brand’s Southampton and East Hampton boutiques carry a fresh assortment of ready-to-wear clothing and accessories from the designer as well as a curated selection of specialty pieces from jewelry designers including Lele Sadoughi and Lulu Frost. 79 Main St., East Hampton, 702-7155; 58 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 204-0164; aliceandolivia.com

Legendary Italian fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli graces the Hamptons with his signature shop featuring home goods, luxe ready-to-wear, and accessories. INSIDER TIP: Keep an eye out for his iconic cashmere, which is truly unparalleled, in both clothing and home products. 39 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-3400; brunellocucinelli.com

BANDIER New York’s hottest fitness wear store embraces the motto, “Dream it. Do it. Be it.”—which sums up the highenergy feel of the shop and the high-performance quality of the sleek athletic wear and athleisure finds. 44 Main St., Southampton, 488-4304; bandier.com

CALYPSO ST. BARTH You’ll find everything your closet needs at this spot, filled with an eclectic mix of comfortable, upscale attire and accessories. 21 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 329-0033; calypsostbarth.com

CLUB MONACO Providing Hamptonites with the perfect closet basics with nods to the area’s preppy, relaxed roots, this store takes it to the next level with special collaborations and unique items exclusive to their East Hampton and Southampton stores for the summer season. 17 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-5348; 35 Main St., Southampton, 283-0438; clubmonaco.com

COPIOUS ROW A lifestyle concept store that carries hand-selected items with supreme aesthetic appeal will make its Southampton debut this summer. 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton; copiousrow.com

each collection he creates—emphasizing exceptional fit to complement feminine figures. 1 Main St., East Hampton, 329-8883; elietahari.com

ERES The French brand uses high-tech materials that fit like a second skin to create unique swimsuits in original cuts. 55 Main St., East Hampton, 604-5544; eresparis.com

EVERYTHING BUT WATER Known for its incredible array of swimwear, this store also specializes in cover-ups, sundresses, and everything essential for a stylish resort wardrobe. Think of it as the perfect stop for all your summer needs. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-5693; everythingbutwater.com

FAHRENHEIT 451

ELIE TAHARI

Liz Epstein’s boutique offers an array of upscale styles from Marc Jacobs, J Brand, and Shoshanna. 105 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 288-5724; shopf451.com

High-end Israeli designer Elie Tahari expresses elegance and tastefulness in

FIGUE Founder Stephanie von Watzdorf infuses artistic and global influences into every print, texture, and color of her statement pieces for a look she describes as gypsy meets jet set. 55 Main St., East

Hampton, 527-5111; figue.com

High-end contemporary fashion from the likes of Phillip Lim, Iro, and A.P.C. provides a cool, city edge to East Enders’ wardrobes. INSIDER TIP: Don’t overlook Blue & Cream’s namesake collection of impeccably fitted closet staples. 60 The Cir, East Hampton, 329-1392; blueandcream.com

Husband-and-wife team Glenn and Sharyn Bradford have worked together to create one of the Hamptons’ top destinations for fine jewelry. Glenn’s stunning designs and expertise have helped him gain a following across the Island and beyond. 3 Railroad Ave., East Hampton, 324-0009; glennbradford.com

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Since opening their first Hamptons store in 2007, Blue1 owners Jarret Willis and Crystal Smith Willis have offered the ultimate shopping experience, with a mission to bring the catwalk to the hamlets’ streets. 2397 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 237-1796; 124 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 288-583; shopblueone.com

Snag comfortable, feminine clothing and accessories from a variety of popular and on-the-rise designers at this boutique, with locations across the East End. 125 Main St., Westhampton, 9980882; 36 Main St., Amagansett, 9074095; 2486 Main St., Bridgehampton, 613-6034; 58 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-2695; gloriajewel.com

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Westhampton Beach, 684-0040; shopmixology.com

WHO: Founder of the summery footwear and handbag brand Loeffler Randall. DOWN THE HATCH: “I grew up going to Cape Cod, and so I love grabbing a cocktail at Baron’s Cove (31 W. Water St., Sag Harbor, 844-227-6672; baronscove.com) in Sag Harbor overlooking the water. Looking out at the view and seeing all the boats is pure summer to me.” I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM: “I am a huge fan of Joe and Liza’s (joeandlizas.com) ice cream. It is so delicious. The mint chip is my favorite.” BOOKWORM: “We spend so much time at Hampton Library (2478 Main St., Bridgehampton, 537-0015; hamptonlibrary.org)

NILI LOTAN Known for her easy yet elegant slip dresses, Lotan fuses the modernity of city style with the ease of resortwear, creating the perfect harmony for Hamptonites. Her minimalist designs pack a seriously posh punch—creating the perfect foundation for your year-round wardrobe. 38 Main St., East Hampton, 329-8338; nililotan.com

in Bridgehampton. The children’s librarians are so wonderful, kind, and track all the books they read.” GIFT GIVING: “Amagansett Square is my favorite place to walk around and shop. I pop into Love Adorned (156 Main St., Amagansett, 267-7720; loveadorned.com) for special décor items for the house and hostess gifts.” loefflerrandall.com

INTERMIX This on-trend shop sells designers from Alexander Wang to Valentino and Jonathan Simkhai. Always a mixture of different styles and trends, you can never go wrong at Intermix. 87 Main St., East Hampton, 9078025; 64 Main St., Southampton, 283-8510; intermixonline.com

JENNIFER MILLER Known for her diverse range of fine and fashion jewelry, Jennifer Miller strikes the perfect chord with her feminine, refined collections of jewelry, apparel, and accessories. For her designs, Miller takes luxe materials and infuses them with touches of nonchalance, creating classy pieces to take you through the summer. 55 Main St., East Hampton, 329-9061; 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-9061; jennifermillerjewelry.com

with edgy, rock ’n’ roll-style clothing and modern wardrobe staples for stylish Hamptons men. 54 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-4440; johnvarvatos.com

KIRNA ZABÊTE This beautifully curated store collects together brands that you wouldn’t typically find in the Hamptons—Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Saint Laurent—in an imaginative, Pop Art-covered space. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 527-5794; kirnazabete.com

L’OBJET Shop this high-end home décor boutique for unique artisanal pieces. The finishing accents for your Hamptons home are sure to be among L’Objet’s curated assortment of treasures. 9 Main St., Southampton, 259-2644; l-objet.com

LONDON JEWELERS JOEY WÖLFFER This Hamptons-bred beauty offers up glamorous, bohemian, free-spirited fashion at her Sag Harbor boutique. Nomadic tribal influences are reimagined in her designs through high-quality fabrics in bright, flirty colors. 11 Madison St., Sag Harbor; joeywolffer.com

Dating back to the 1920s, London Jewelers provides impeccable jewelry created by a skilled staff of craftsmen. Services include repairs and custom designing. 2 Main St., East Hampton, 329-3939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 287-4499; londonjewelers.com

MICHAEL KORS JOHN VARVATOS John Varvatos spices up the East End

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The designer—and his namesake modern brand—has become one of the

most prominent figures in American sportswear. Incorporating shoes, accessories, and baubles, it’s easy to create a head-to-toe ensemble. Americana Manhasset, 2004 Northern Blvd., 516-365-3512; 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 267-2200; 30 Main St., Southampton, 283-2633; michaelkors.com

MICHELLE FARMER First a jewelry designer, Michelle Farmer now brings luxurious and unique fashion-forward accessories, ready-to-wear items, home décor, and more to her casual-chic store in Bridgehampton. 2491 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 604-1850; michellefarmer.com

MILLY Milly designer Michelle Smith seamlessly merges American sportswear with Parisian atelier techniques, incorporating precise tailoring and flawless details throughout her collections. 54 Main St., East Hampton, 604-6544; milly.com

MIXOLOGY Shop the hottest, of-the-moment women’s fashions with over 150 new styles hitting Mixology’s shelves every single week. 148 Main St.,

OLIVER PEOPLES Eyewear options are chicer than ever thanks to this luxury brand, which showcases a selection of sleek custom frames in its exquisite East Hampton boutique. From trendy to timeless shapes, Oliver Peoples’s frames complement all faces and styles. 53 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 329-4318; oliverpeoples.com

THE PERFECT PURSE With a rare vintage selection of brands such as Chanel, Hermès, and Valentino, this house-front shop is heaven for handbag aficionados. Headed by industry experts Alan Stolz and Marc DeLeon, the service here is just as pristine as the products. 27 Hampton Road, Southampton, 283-3360

POLO RALPH LAUREN Since its inception in 1968, the luxury label has been instrumental in shaping and defining the traditional American prep look, putting its clean, classic stamp on everything from tuxedos to tennis skirts. 32 Main St., East Hampton, 907-0960; 41 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 287-6953; ralphlauren.com

ROBERTA FREYMANN Shopping for bright and fun summer pieces? Roberta Freymann is a travel-inspired lifestyle brand offering sophisticated leisure wear, accessories, and home goods with global motifs. 21 Main St., East Hampton, 329-5828

SHARI’S PLACE A legendary Hamptons mainstay, Shari’s offers a one-of-a-kind

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The SOURCE: STYLE The Eres by Nupie collaboration (available in its East Hampton boutique) boasts boho-chic sandals for a day of fun in the sun.

assortment from the world’s top designers in her Glen Cove and Southampton shops. Known for its wide range of high-quality fabrics and eclectic signature style, this boutique shines as one of the East End’s dearest treasures. 29 Main St., Southampton, 726-7200; 44 Glen Cove Road, 516-484-7400; sharisplace.com

STELLA FLAME The unique jewelry designer brings a bit of rebellion to the world of fine jewelry, pairing precious metals that contrast in color with some of the world’s finest stones. There’s an innate edge and beauty to Stella Flame’s rare creations that truly sets them apart. 150 Main St., Sag Harbor, 919-5172; stellaflamejewelry.com

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Using gorgeous, high-quality diamonds and gemstones, this brand offers a large selection of elegant adornments. 27 Main St. D, Southampton, 283-7600; tamaracomolli.com

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meeting ground where chic downtown dressing meets relaxed resortwear. Carrying clothing for both men and women, Tenet injects a sense of cool into its attire and store, which also sells handmade surfboards, art, and fashionable furniture. 91 Main St., Southampton, 377-3981; tenetshop.com

THEORY Contemporary shapes and silhouettes flow in top-of-the-line fabrics at Theory’s Hamptons outposts. Think airy, lightweight shirts, perfectly cut summer pants, and more for smart summer dressing. 46 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-3285; 98–100 Main St., Southampton, 204-0231; theory.com

TOMAS MAIER Originally known for his beachwear collections, Germanborn designer Tomas Maier combines Italian manufacturing practices with relaxed designs. He now offers a full range of men’s and women’s lifestyle products— all infused with his signature casual elegance. 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 604-6700; tomasmaier.com

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They’re Real… and They’re Spectacular! TORY SPORT Designer Tory Burch merges her now-iconic look with the world of athletics in her East Hampton Tory Sport boutique. The space is composed of crisp, nautical influences and high-performance clothing and accessories that are equally feminine and functional. 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 907-9150; torysport.com

VELVET West Coast meets East Coast at this fashion-forward boutique, where designers Jenny Graham and Toni Spencer were inspired by the laid-back lifestyles of the country’s best beach destinations. From sundresses and cover-ups to the perfect T-shirt, Velvet uses the finest materials to make your go-to seasonal essentials. 56 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 204-0005; velvet-tees.com

VILEBREQUIN This iconic brand’s brightly patterned and colored swimwear can be spotted on beaches all across the East End. Influenced by the elegance of St-Tropez, Vilebrequin’s designs bring the

sailing culture and jet-set lifestyle of the French Riviera here to the South Fork. 30 Main St., East Hampton, 644-5790; 42 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 204-1530; vilebrequin.com

WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND In 1993, college friends Gerard Maione and Seth Weiser opened a vintage fashion paradise. Since then, the store has added multiple locations, all filled with highly coveted finds from Hermès Birkin bags to Louis Vuitton trunks and Chanel earrings. 48 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0874; whatgoesaroundnyc.com

ZIMMERMANN This Australia-based label blends seamlessly with Hamptons style, with its feminine and bohemian designs ranging from floor-length day dresses to chic bikinis. The brand’s vibrant colors and exquisite prints make a statement, sure to be some of the most covetable pieces of the summer season. 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-6291; zimmermannwear.com

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Subculture curator Johan Kugelberg and his wife, Lila Wolfe. CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: Black Books, ca. 2007, by Dash Snow; the exhibition “Vintage Surf Posters and Ephemera” opens MDW; a movie poster designed by Barbara Kruger for New Order’s The Perfect Kiss, 1985.

This summer in Montauk, renowned subculture curator and writer Johan Kugelberg, along with his wife, chiropractor Dr. Lila Wolfe, presents a pop-up edition of his Lower Manhattan gallery. The Boo-Hooray summer gallery will feature rare books, art and photography, vintage silk screens and posters, and other “cultural residue” of movements over the last 50 years, from hippies to hip-hop. “There are materials that are completely amazing that cost only 20 bucks—a rare zine or an original punk-rock flyer—but there are also extraordinary artworks by major American artists,” says Kugelberg. “It’s highbrow meets lowbrow, and it will be rotating all summer long.” The gallery opens on May 26 with a collection of original surf posters, books, and zines from the 1950s through the early ’70s. Later exhibits will include works from Lizzie Bougatsos, Baron Von Fancy, and Stu Gazi, as well as filmmaker Jonas Mekas, whose photographs and films document the summer he spent teaching Jackie Onassis and her children at the Andy Warhol/Paul Morrisey house. 805 Main St.; boo-hooray.com

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made hot sauces. 74 Montauk Hwy., 267-8800; lafondita.net

Open since the 1950s (and now famous as a location for scenes in the series The Affair), this roadside restaurant also goes by the name Lunch for its iconic neon sign. The lobster rolls, chowders, and by-thepound lobsters are some of the timeless dishes. 1980 Montauk Hwy., 267-3740; lobsterroll.com

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

Authentic in its Northern Italian focus, Sotto Sopra attracts regulars like Blythe Danner, Cameron Diaz, and Naomi Watts. 231 Main St., 2673695; restaurantsottosopra.com

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LA FONDITA The Honest Man Group’s La Fondita serves traditional Mexican street food in an authentic outdoor fonda setting. INSIDER TIP: Before you leave, be sure to pick up bottles of the house-

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diner favorites, and a loyal celeb crowd. 2391 Montauk Hwy., 537-9885

ALMOND LOBSTER ROLL RESTAURANT

This casual roadside surf shack is famous for fresh seafood dishes and refreshing summer cocktails. Pull off Montauk Highway when you see the yellow signs and you’ve arrived at the ultimate spot for steamers. 2025 Montauk Hwy., 267-6348; clambaronline.com

This classic spot is a publike eatery with all-American fare that attracts a sports-loving crowd. 177 Main St., 267-0400; indianwellstavern.com

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AQUEBOGUE IL GIARDINO This North Fork restaurant brings authentic Italian cuisine to the beach, with the dishes crafted from seasonal ingredients bought from local farms. 739 Main Road, 779-3900; ilgiardinoaquebogue.com

This laid-back bistro is a go-to for the area’s A-list, thanks to its local fare cooked with Gallic flair. Joining Executive Chef Jason Weiner is new chef de cuisine Jeremy Blutstein, formerly of East by Northeast in Montauk, who has vowed to continue supporting the community by using local products. 1 Ocean Road, 537-5665; almondnyc.com

BOBBY VAN’S STEAKHOUSE This steakhouse boasts a colorful history, a notable clientele (including Howard Stern, Jimmy Fallon, and Bruce Springsteen), and a commitment to the cooking techniques perfected years ago by the founding fathers of New York’s steakhouse cuisine. Though its venerable sister restaurant in NYC is celebrating its 48th anniversary this year, Bobby Van’s actually got its start in Bridgehampton. 2393 Montauk Hwy., 537-0590; bobbyvans.com

BRIDGEHAMPTON CANDY KITCHEN A classic luncheonette and soda fountain known for small-town charm,

BRIDGEHAMPTON INN & RESTAURANT 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

ELAIA ESTIATORIO This Greek restaurant is the perfect homage to the native country of owner Sofia Crokos and her husband, Chris, who want diners to feel like they’re having Sunday dinner with family. 95 School St.

PIERRE’S At this Bridgehampton bistro, you’ll find beachy French fare and luxe St. Barths-inspired décor. INSIDER TIP: The upstairs lounge, celebrating its second season, is the perfect spot for after-dinner drinks with a livingroom vibe. 2468 Main St., 537-5110; pierresbridgehampton.com

TOPPING ROSE HOUSE The restaurant’s one-acre garden produces garnishes for the awardwinning menu, created by acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., 537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com

WORLD PIE WHO: Founder and president of Elegant Affairs. EVERYDAY HAMPTONS: “Whenever I pass by Bostwick’s Chowder House (277 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 324-1111; bostwickschowderhouse .com), I can’t resist the urge to go in. I love the casual rustic environment, a bit of nostalgia coupled with an awesome menu of

After a fire last year, World Pie is back and better than ever. The casual eatery is family-friendly and serves some of the East End’s best thin-crust pizza. 2402 Montauk Hwy., 537-7999; worldpiebh.com

the Hamptons’ best seafood favorites.” BOOKWORM: “Authors

YAMA Q

Night (159 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0222; authorsnight.org) is

Expert sushi, vegetarian specialties, and Asian-inspired burritos have made Yama Q a local staple. 2393 Montauk Hwy., 537-0225

one of my favorite events. Always held at the East Hampton Library, it’s a great opportunity to meet and chat with over 100 authors. You “Sunset Beach (35 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights, 749-2001;

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sunsetbeachli.com) is a popular favorite for good reason. It has a great vibe and awesome sunsets.” Elegant Affairs is located at 110 Glen Cove Ave., Glen Cove, 516-676-8500; elegantaffairscaterers.com.

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BAY KITCHEN BAR This waterfront restaurant is a favorite for fresh seafood and breathtaking views. 39 Gann Road, 329-3663; baykitchenbar.com

BOSTWICK’S CHOWDER HOUSE Classic fish-shack staples are served in a nautical-themed room. The catering service is top-notch, as is the alwayslovely outdoor seating. 277 Pantigo Road, 324-1111; bostwickschowderhouse.com

CITTANUOVA This fashionable Milanese-style trattoria serves a menu of casual everyman dishes with prices to match. 29 Newtown Lane, 324-6300; cittanuova.com

COVE HOLLOW TAVERN The team behind Shelter Island’s Vine Street Café brings a new concept to East Hampton, with great cocktails at the bar and terrific shareable snacks all over the menu. 85 Montauk Hwy., 527-7131

FIERRO’S One of Gwyneth Paltrow’s favorites, this specialty-pizza place also serves healthminded pastas and wraps. 104 Park Pl., 324-5751; fierrospizzastore.com

steakhouse eats, with specialty cuts every Wednesday night. 28 Maidstone Park Road, 324-0725; michaelsofmaidstone.com

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FRESNO This rustic East Hampton mainstay boasts an expertly prepared menu of American classics. Owner Michael Nolan knows how to run a room and pack a house, and this tough-to-get reservation is always worth it. 8 Fresno Pl., 324-8700; fresnorestaurant.com

HARBOR GRILL Situated on Three Mile Harbor, this husband-and-wife-run spot serves casual American fare at economical prices. 367 Three Mile Harbor Road, 604-5290

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chips, French onion soup, and gigantic burgers at this laid-back community hub. 10 Main St., 324-8555; rowdyhall.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

Andy Cohen raves about the pizzas at this bar and restaurant, owned and run by multiple generations of the Naska family since 1947. 36 Newtown Lane, 324-5900; samseasthampton.com

NICK & TONI’S

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The ultimate in Hamptons power dining, Nick & Toni’s continues to draw the A-list with its tried-and-true menu. The pizza oven emblazoned with a dog has become iconic, and the fried zucchini chips are a must the moment you order. 136 N. Main St., 324-3550; nickandtonis.com

Enjoy one of the restaurant’s famed Napoletana pizzas alfresco by the heat lamps or some of the Hamptons’ best pasta dishes in the crisp, classic dining room. 104 N. Main St., 267-3500; serafinarestaurant.com

PALM RESTAURANT

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

A first-class steak menu and a formidable wine list attract an equally impressive clientele. Ralph Lauren and his family are among the regulars who often hold court here. 94 Main St., 324-0411; thepalm.com

MICHAEL’S RESTAURANT

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Michael’s offers simply prepared

Enjoy traditional pub fare like fish and

SERVICE STATION Seasoned restaurateur Michael Gluckman offers classic American comfort food at this new year-round spot. 100 Montauk Hwy., 267-5603; servicestationrestaurant.com

THE 1770 HOUSE RESTAURANT This colonial inn’s upstairs dining room offers New American cuisine backed by one of the East End’s most

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. Main St., 329-6666; easthamptongrill.com

Linguini with Montauk littleneck clams and Berkshire chorizo in a spicy white wine broth at Fresno restaurant.

EAST HAMPTON POINT 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

Opening on June 24, this pop-up spinoff from Manhattan’s Eleven Madison Park is sure to be the summer’s toughest reservation. The restaurant accepts only American Express cards, and the offerings are extensive, including night- and day-style cocktails, chicken burgers and games in the yard, and of course the white-tablecloth dining that EMP is famous for. 341 Pantigo Road; empsummerhouse.com

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extensive wine lists. Raise an extra glass this summer as the restaurant celebrates its 15th anniversary. 143 Main St., 324-1770; 1770house.com

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WHO: Executive chef at Baron’s Cove. ON HIS NIGHT OFF: “I have never been to a bad meal at 1770 House (143 Main St., East Hampton, 324-1770; 1770house.com). Mike Rossi is the man. His fluke tartare is

SPRINGS TAVERN

unreal. If you add the foie gras with vanilla, you have the best surf-and-turf

For over 80 years, Springs Tavern has been a neighborhood hot spot. Its latest incarnation features classic American pub food, a perfect match for the historic photos of the restaurant that line the walls. 15 Fort Pond Road, East Hampton, 527-7800; thespringstavern.com

starter in the East End.” DROPPING ANCHOR: “Dave and Sam, of Bell & Anchor (3253 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor, 725-3400; bellandanchor .com), are real soul men. They have the best feeling of a local restaurant in the Hamptons. There is no more graceful presence in the dining room than David. He always has a phenomenal bottle of Albariño on the list.” SWINGING VINES: “I was the chef de cuisine at Vine Street Café (41 South Ferry Road, Shelter Island, 749-3210; vinestreetcafe.com) for five-

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plus years before I took over as executive chef at Baron’s Cove. The team is amazing, and so is the food. Years behind the stove making Bolognese

CUCINA FAMILY STYLE RISTORANTE A family-run, kid-friendly restaurant that boasts hearty Sicilian dishes. 674 Montauk Hwy., 996-4550; cucinaeastquogue.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

NEW MOON CAFÉ A winning combination of Texas barbecue entrées and Lone Starinspired Mexican dishes attracts a dedicated clientele. 524 Montauk Hwy., 653-4042; nmcafe.com

STONE CREEK INN

COURTESY OF BARON’S COVE

This intimate French-American spot run by chef Christian Mir and his wife, Elaine DiGiacomo, is perfect for a romantic evening. INSIDER TIP: Look for the new dishes that Stone Creek Inn is debuting this season to celebrate its 20th anniversary. 405 Montauk Hwy., 653-6770; stonecreekinn.com

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with Terry will always be some of my greatest memories.” Baron’s Cove is located at 31 W. Water St., Sag Harbor, 725-2101; baronscove.com.

setting and some of the area’s best local seafood. 44 Newtown Road, 723-2155; thecanalcafe.com

CENTRO TRATTORIA & BAR With a menu based on owner Salvatore Biundo’s family recipes, this restaurant has its roots firmly planted in Italy, and it shows in dishes like clams oreganata. 336 W. Montauk Hwy., 594-5744; centrohamptons.com

COWFISH From brunch to dinner, the menu here hits all the right spots, including burgers and sushi. INSIDER TIP: The patio tables are the best spot in the house for views of the canal. 258 E. Montauk Hwy., 594-3868; cowfishrestaurant.com

EDGEWATER RESTAURANT Whether you prefer surf or turf, they’re both highlights here—an ideal location for a brunch meeting—and both come with the perfect cocktail to match. 295 E. Montauk Hwy., 723-2323; edgewaterrestaurant.com

CANAL CAFÉ One of the highlights of Hampton Bays is the water views, and Canal Café gives you an unparalleled vantage point, along with a relaxed

HAMPTON MAID Founded in 1959, this resort-style restaurant, set on a sprawling tranquil property, is run by the Poulakis

family. Each room has unique architecture and interior design. INSIDER TIP: If you can’t make it to relax and recharge for the weekend, swing by in the morning for an unbelievably spectacular breakfast. 259 E. Montauk Hwy., 728-4166; hamptonmaid.com

PRIME An outstanding upscale restaurant for anything from steak to sushi, Prime is also a great place to stop on your trip back home on Sunday. 117 N. New York Ave., 385-1515; restaurantprime.com

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OAKLAND’S RESTAURANT Family-owned for nearly three decades, this waterfront eatery is a great spot for a casual drop-in when you’re craving a superb cocktail in a relaxed setting. 365 Dune Road, 728-6903; oaklandsrestaurant.net

ORLANDO’S CAFÉ An ideal stop for a quick bite, Orlando’s Café has sandwiches, tacos, and other unpretentious eats to take out, whether that’s back home or back to the beach. 40 W. Montauk Hwy., 728-2608; orlandoscafe.weebly.com

RUMBA The Caribbean cuisine at this “island-style hideaway” is superb and the vibe is unexpected in the Hamptons—which is what makes it so fabulous. Come for the rum drinks, reggae, and low-key vibe on Shinnecock Bay. 43 Canoe Place Road, Hampton Bays, 594-3544; rumbahamptonbays.com

ARBOR Now in its second season, Arbor offers a Mediterranean-style menu and a casual-chic vibe. The 40-seat outdoor patio dining area is perfect for summer evenings. INSIDER TIP: The New York City cocktail brand The Garret debuts an outdoor bar this season with a host of mixologists. 240 Fort Pond Blvd., 283-5430; arbormontauk.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 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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The SOURCE: SCENE THE CROW’S NEST INN AND RESTAURANT Seafood and seasoned meat dishes fashioned from organic ingredients complement the restaurant’s rustic charm. 4 Old West Lake Dr., 6682077; 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

DURYEA’S The Lobster Deck, Fish Market, and Farmers Market return for a second season. The fresh local seafood includes a lobster Cobb salad, a classic clambake, a shrimp basket, and seafood towers featuring raw-bar items and sushi. The Fish Market returns with a revitalized retail space offering fresh local seafood for purchase by the pound, as well as sauces and condiments. INSIDER TIP: The Farmers Market offers Goodale Farm dairy products, Iacono Farms’ homemade barbecue and teriyaki sauces, Greek yogurt from Nounos Creamery, Mecox Bay Dairy cheese, and Balsam and Bhumi produce. 65 Tuthill Road, Montauk, 668-2410; duryealobsters.com

EAST BY NORTHEAST Featuring a vibrant bar, an outdoor patio, and live music on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, this sleek restaurant and lounge is noted for combining Asian cooking with local seafood and New World wines, plus sunset views. 51 Edgemere St., 668-2872; eastbynortheast.com

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

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

LA BRISA The homemade guacamole and tortillas are the ideal post-Ditch Plains beach-day treat. 752 Montauk Hwy., 668-8338; labrisa.com

MONTAUK YACHT CLUB This relaxing, nautical-chic hideaway features local seafood and water views. 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

THE SALTBOX RESTAURANT & BAR

NAVY BEACH

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

Paul McCartney, Robert De Niro, and Cameron Diaz are just a few of the stars who come for the fresh, simply prepared cuisine at Montauk’s favorite beachfront restaurant. INSIDER TIP: For its eighth season, Navy Beach welcomes new items throughout the menu, including crab cakes with pickled vegetables; Korean barbecue aioli and daikon sprouts; and blackened Montauk mako shark with charred tomatillo salsa, roasted corn, tortilla crisps, and avocado. 16 Navy Road, 668-6868; navybeach.com

RUSCHMEYER’S Fresh seafood from the culinary team behind The Smile in New York City is served in a bohemian-style setting. 161 Second House Road, 668-2877; chelseahotels.com

668 THE GIG SHACK Executive Chef Gray Gardell-Gross helms a pink-and-orange kitchen that churns out creative renditions of the day’s local catch. 782 Main St., 668-2727; 668thegigshack.com

THE SURF LODGE RESTAURANT Acclaimed chef Chris Rendell offers an eclectic menu of locally sourced seafood and produce. The vibe is always fun and super-young, and a superb lineup of musical talent is set for the 10th-anniversary season. 183 Edgemere St., 483-5039; thesurflodge.com

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SWALLOW EAST

Enjoy stunning seaside views and Italian classics at this beachfront hot spot at Gurney’s Montauk Hotel and Spa. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., 6681771; gurneysmontauk.com

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

SAG HARBOR The view from the lobster deck of Fort Pond at Duryea’s in Montauk.

THE AMERICAN HOTEL One of the most impressive wine lists in the country and a chef with a prestigious pedigree are just two elements that make this a long-standing French favorite. The coveted seats on the porch, overlooking the town, and the more formal indoor dining room are always packed with diners happy to listen to live music from the in-house piano player. 49 Main St., 725-3535; theamericanhotel.com

Baked stuffed clams and butterflied fantail shrimp are two of the fresh offerings at this fish-focused Montauk staple. 500 W. Lake Dr., 668-5330; gosmans.com

HARVEST ON FORT POND The family-style Italian specials here are based on what’s ripe in the restaurant’s two gardens. 11 S. Emery St., 668-5574; harvestfortpond.com

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This hotel is home to an exquisite all-American restaurant, lounge, and bar. The first floor houses a living room with an outdoor area perfect for cocktails, while the upstairs dining room reflects the area’s fishing heritage, with oceanic elements throughout. 31 W. Water St., 844-227-6672; baronscove.com

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service, while partner Sam McCleland oversees the kitchen. The seafood menu, featuring flash-fried calamari, lobster, and fresh catch from Montauk, always draws a crowd. 3253 Noyac Road, 725-3400; bellandanchor.com

THE BELL & ANCHOR At the Beacon’s sister restaurant, owner David Loewenberg leads the first-class

DOCKSIDE BAR & GRILL This bustling seafood eatery offers

waterfront views and a patio inside an American Legion building. 26 Bay St., 725-7100; docksidesagharbor.com

DOPO LA SPIAGGIA 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

ESTIA’S LITTLE KITCHEN Authentic paella, turtle rolls, and tortilla soup are highlights at this family-style spot with a standout breakfast. 1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., 725-1045; estias.com

LE BILBOQUET One of New York City’s most popular French bistros makes its Sag Harbor debut this season. Owner Philippe Delgrange is bringing many favorites from his Manhattan home base, giving Hamptonites the chance to enjoy his tuna tartare, beef carpaccio, and dover sole from a perch on the bay. 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor

LT BURGER Mouthwatering burgers and irresistible milk shakes anchor this casual eat-in or take-out hot spot in Sag Harbor. The child-friendly vibe makes it a family favorite. 62 Main St., 899-4646; ltburger.com

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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., 7251774; senrestaurant.com

WÖLFFER KITCHEN The East End’s first winery-owned restaurant combines seafood-focused dishes with sustainably produced

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The Beacon offers seafood-centric dishes—like this halibut baked in parchment—as well as a bar (bottom left) and harbor views (bottom right).

This bistro features a wood-burning grill and oven to give every dish that perfect summer flavor. Chef Philippe Corbet’s menu keeps the sunny vibe going with Mediterranean-inspired dishes, such as the vegetable port-au-feu. 126 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-0900


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SHELTER ISLAND 18 BAY RESTAURANT 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 PRIDWIN New American fine dining within an expansive beachfront resort. 81 Shore Road, 749-0476; pridwin.com

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mains and sides. 23 Grand Ave., Shelter Island Heights, 749-0018; thechequit.com

SALT WATERFRONT BAR & GRILL Local bands on weekends, a vibrant crowd at the Shipwreck Bar, and an extensive raw bar make this a popular neighborhood hangout. 63 S. Menantic Road, 749-5535; saltshelterisland.com

SHELTER ISLAND HOUSE 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

SUNSET BEACH Arriving via seaplane or boat is an option at André Balazs’s chic hotel. The Mediterranean bistro’s menu is filled with simply delicious items, like grilled octopus, shrimp on the plancha, and mussels. 35 Shore Road, 749-2001; sunsetbeachli.com

SWEET TOMATO’S Home-style Italian fare is served in a low-key, family-friendly setting. 15 Grand Ave., 749-4114

VINE STREET CAFÉ Simple ingredients speak for themselves at this home-awayfrom-home eatery. 41 S. Ferry Road, 749-3210; vinestreetcafe.com

CLYDE’S Alfresco dining at its best, using ingredients fresh from the on-site garden. 91 Hill St., 283-6500; southamptoninn.com

THE COAST GRILL This harborfront restaurant hasn’t changed the seafood menu much since opening in 1985—and with good reason. 1109 Noyack Road, 283-2277

KOZU The menu here is infused with the


flavors of Peru and Japan. INSIDER TIP: Keep your eyes open for a joint venture in New York City from Kozu owner Zach Erdem and the Upper East Side’s T-Bar Steak & Lounge. 136 Main St., 619-6660

LE CHARLOT The local outpost of the New York City favorite serves bistro fare and Parisian ambience on the East End. 36 Main St., 353-3222; lecharlot.us

LE CHEF This French-Continental bistro is popular among local notables, including Hilaria and Alec Baldwin. 75 Jobs Lane, 283-8581; lechefbistro.com

LITTLE RED Enjoy the best of bistro fare at this casual sister restaurant of the nearby Red Bar. 76-C Jobs Lane, 2833309; littleredsouthampton.com

OREYA With flavors ranging from Spanish to Greek to Israeli, Oreya is like a tour of the Mediterranean in the heart of Southampton. 281 County Road 39A, 500-9055; oreyahamptons.com

THE PLAZA CAFÉ A skillful menu of inventive seafood dishes is complemented by an expertly curated wine list. 61 Hill St., 283-9323; 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

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75 MAIN A pretty locale for an even prettier crowd that comes for modern Italian cuisine and excellent service. 75 Main St., 283-7575

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SILVER’S Open only for lunch, Silver’s doesn’t take reservations and is known above all for its lobster roll and soups. 15 Main St., 2836443; silversrestaurant.com

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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

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TUTTO IL GIORNO Owner Gabby Karan De Felice, daughter of Donna Karan, oversees this well-appointed restaurant, which serves exquisite Italian food. INSIDER TIP: The multiple dining rooms are gorgeous, but the tables to score are on the patio, with its rustic vibe and manicured privet. 56 Nugent St., 377-3611; tuttoilgiorno.com

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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

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clambakes, and fish fries. 356 Montauk Hwy., 537-0633; theseafoodshop.com

WATER MILL CALISSA Inspired by his many vacations to the Greek Islands, James Mallios, managing partner of this buzzy new restaurant, and Executive Chef Dominic Rice have big plans for summer. Expect plenty of seafood, but with the bold, bright flavors of the islands. 1020 Montauk Hwy.; calissahamptons.com

MANNA Rent out the garden room for a private party with farm-to-table fare. 670 Montauk Hwy., 726-4444; mannarestauranthamptons.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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Fresh seafood is served in a landmark historic home-turned-restaurant. 6 Parlato Dr., Westhampton Beach, 288-3500; starrboggsrestaurant.com

BABY MOON RESTAURANT Since 1970, Baby Moon has been serving authentic Southern Italian cuisine prepared with homemade ingredients. 238 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton Beach, 288-6350; babymoonrestaurant.com

CASA BASSO Kitschy medieval décor (including a 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

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ACROSS THE HAMPTONS THE GOLDEN PEAR 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, 537-1100; 34 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 329-1600; 111 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-2270; goldenpearcafe.com

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HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY What started in 1994 as a small espresso bar has grown into the foremost coffee micro-roastery on the East End, complete with breakfast and lunch menus. INSIDER TIP: This season, dinner service debuts! 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

HOTELS AND INNS THE BAKER HOUSE 1650 This regal luxury inn with the aesthetic of an English manor can rival any five-star hotel. Complement your beach days with tea times and a visit to the exquisite spa. 181 Main St., East Hampton, 324-4081; bakerhouse1650.com

BARON’S COVE This lush waterfront resort offers the best of the Hamptons, with superb dining options, exquisite sunset views, and crisp, white-linen interiors. INSIDER TIP: Skip the second-floor suites and book a room on the ground floor to minimize the steps between the pool outside and your rosé inside. 31 W. Water St., Sag Harbor, 844-2276672; baronscove.com

BRIDGEHAMPTON INN This is the definition of the quaint country home. With wood accents in each room and the homey touch of patterned curtains and pleated lampshades, this cozy inn is the perfect place to get out of the city and decompress. 2266 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 537-3660; bridgehamptoninn.com

GURNEY’S An iconic destination (and the only year-round resort in the Hamptons), Gurney’s offers pristine luxury on one of the most beautiful beaches in the area. INSIDER TIP: Book a spa day ahead of your stay and take advantage of the incredible array of treatments and fitness classes this summer. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-2345

HEDGES INN A luxury B&B from one of the first

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families of the Hamptons, this house has represented American luxury since 1873, through the hard work and dedication of the Hedges family. New features include morning yoga on the front lawn and access to five separate beaches in the area. 74 James Lane, East Hampton, 324-7101; thehedgesinn.com

HUNTTING INN This landmark building is nestled on a street that National Geographic once called one of “the most beautiful Main Streets in America.” Its association with the Palm Restaurant means a superb menu is paired with excellent people-watching among the power dinners. 94 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0411; thepalm.com/Huntting-Inn

HOTEL ZE Above Zach Erdem’s Kozu, this boutique hotel makes the most of its space with clean design, simple


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interiors, and close proximity to the center of town. 136 Main St., Southampton; bedandbreakfast.com/ ny-southampton-hotel-ze

INN AT WINDMILL LANE The goal of this cozy, modern inn is to effect change for the better in each visitor. With in-room fireplaces for brisk summer nights, the Inn at Windmill Lane is the ideal place to come back to after a day in the sun. 23 Windmill Lane, 267-8500; innatwindmilllane.com

C/O THE MAIDSTONE Taking a modern approach to timeless appeal, this hotel offers contemporary art and design throughout its traditional American residential building, with bold colors and moody room tones. 207 Main St., East Hampton, 324-5006; themaidstone. com

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One of Quogue’s first real hotels, the Quogue Club began as a farmhouse before being transformed into a luxury boutique hotel. Enjoy the fabulous dining room and the splendid cocktails at the bar. 47 Quogue St., Quogue, 653-0100; quogueclub.com

1770 HOUSE Exemplifying elegance in the Hamptons with a first-rate dining room, headed by chef Michael Rozzi, and exceptional accommodations, this beautiful hotel deserves all the accolades it’s received. 143 Main St., East Hampton, 324-1770; 1770house.com

SOUTHAMPTON INN From weddings to corporate retreats, the Southampton Inn is the consummate venue for any occasion, with delicious dining options and a pool to cool off in on the hottest days. 91 Hill St., Southampton, 283-6500; southamptoninn.com

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TOPPING ROSE HOUSE A mainstay of luxe living in the Hamptons, Topping Rose House offers cottages with an indooroutdoor breeziness and a fantastic restaurant from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. INSIDER TIP: Book your dinner at JeanGeorges well in advance; since he took the helm last season, it has become the hottest spot for weekday lunches and weekend dinners. 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com

WHITE FENCES INN While fairly new on the scene, this bed-and-breakfast in the heart of Water Mill is one of the most luxurious on the East End. Innkeepers Eric and Liz Broda oversee every detail, from the daily breakfast, using fresh seasonal ingredients from local purveyors, to the beautifully appointed pool with blue-and-white-striped loungers. 371 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 500-9013; whitefenceswatermill.com

CULTURAL CENTERS THE ARTISTS’ STUDY This nonprofit gallery, academy, and studio supports artists from all walks of life as they create what inspires them. The result is some of the most nuanced and eclectic work in the area. 25 Hampton Road, Southampton, 603-5514; theartistsstudy.com

BAY STREET THEATER The place to be for live theater in Sag Harbor, Bay Street mounts productions big and small, from children’s shows like Goat on a Boat to Hamilton producer Andrew Lippa’s show The Man in the Ceiling. 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 725-9500; baystreet.org

BRIDGE GARDENS A beautiful, carefully sculpted oasis at the center of


Make Your Landscape Dreams Become A Reality. Bridge-hampton for more than 20 years, the gardens span over five acres of Peconic Land Trust property. 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, 283-3195; peconiclandtrust.org

BRIDGEHAMPTON MUSEUM Step back in time and experience the look and feel of the East End from the days of its earliest settlers, through the Civil War, and up to the present. 2368 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 537-1088; bridgehamptonhistoricalsociety.org

BRUCE NAGEL GALLERY See the beautiful, eclectic work of one of the area’s most accomplished architects—without having to drive around all day—by visiting his own personal gallery. 69 Main St., Westhampton, 283-8855; brucenagel.com

CRUSH CURATORIAL This Amagansett collective is run by the artists themselves, allowing them complete freedom of expression, from idea to installation. 68 Schellinger Road, Amagansett; crush-curatorial.com

ERIC FIRESTONE GALLERY With an impressive roster of must-know artists of tomorrow, this gallery showcases their work in exhibitions that span the spectrum of mediums and genres. 4 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-2386; ericfirestonegallery.com

GUILD HALL The epicenter of arts and culture in the Hamptons, Guild Hall—now under the leadership of Andrea Grover—offers everything from Tchaikovsky to Richard Avedon to Jay Leno. 158 Main St., 324-0806; guildhall.org

ILLE ARTS Surrounded by fishermen and clam diggers, this homesteadgone-art house is the perfect place

to catch the latest waves in contemporary art and design. 171 Main St., Amagansett, 905-9894; illearts.com

MADOO CONSERVANCY Established in 1967 by artist and writer Robert Dash, this lush Sagaponack garden is a tranquil escape from the stresses of daily life. 618 Sagg Main St., Sagaponack, 537-8200; madoo.org

PARRISH ART MUSEUM The best place to see contemporary work—from local artists and touring exhibits—that embodies East End life, Parrish Art Museum is the connection between the art of the Hamptons and the art of the world. 279 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 283-7006; parrishart.org

POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CENTER The former home of Jackson Pollock and his wife (and a current outpost of Stony Brook University), this art center embraces the same avant-garde approach to art as its previous inhabitants did. 830 SpringsFireplace Road, East Hampton, 631-324-4929; stonybrook.edu/ comcms/pkhouse

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A hotbed of art and culture, the Southampton Arts Center offers speakers, musical performances, dance classes, and much more as it heads into its fifth season. 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-0967; southamptonartscenter.org

THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY This contemporary art gallery showcases both emerging and established artists working in all mediums. 2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, 917-526-2767; thewhiteroom.gallery

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The power of three: L’Objet is carrying a trio of limited-edition collections—ikat and silk velvet pillows, bouclé throws, and handpainted porcelain.

Stepping into L’Objet is like stumbling upon a treasure trove: Shelves are lined with glimmering bits and baubles, from a whimsical crocodile magnifying glass to luxurious formal tableware, creating a world of enchantment for interior design enthusiasts. This season, the brand presents a limited-edition collection—exclusive to its Southampton and Bleecker Street stores—including vibrant pillows in silk velvet and ikat fabrics, hand-selected from Turkey’s finest textile bazaars; soft throws in neutral color palettes with metallic accents; and hand-painted bowls and platters in one-of-a-kind bohemian designs. 9 Main St., Southampton, 259-2644; l-objet.com

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APD APD has mastered the modern approach to the traditional country home with sleek finishings like grid windows and sharp designs. Each project works closely with the future resident and the surrounding area to create a space that stays true to the land around it while adding a modern touch. 44 Quogue St., Quogue, 653-1481; apdarchitects.com

BLAZE MAKOID Creating luxury modern architecture in the most sought-after locales has been the mission of this firm since opening in 2001. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Blaze Makoid and his team have been recognized by The New York Times and others for their contemporary, innovative designs. INSIDER TIP: Makoid was fêted in the press in 2013 for the stunning way he incorporated new flood elevation requirements into a structure on Daniels Lane in Sagaponack—making him a go-to resource on the subject. 7 Tradesman Path, Bridgehampton, 537-7277; blazemakoid-architecture.com

each site—these two pillars go into every design from Robert Young Architects. The integration of interiors and architecture that comes from this team helps turn any client’s initial notion into the perfect home. 2273 Montauk Hwy., 212-924-9865; ryarch.com

STOTT ARCHITECTURE This firm doesn’t bend to the trends and latest fads of architecture. They’re in it for the long haul, creating functional, attractive, and environmentally friendly buildings that will stand the test of time. INSIDER TIP: Their eco-friendly structures fit the site and microclimate of the Hamptons. This is apparent in their designs of municipal buildings, including the Sag Harbor Village Police Station. 13 Main St., Southampton, 283-1777; stottarchitecture.com

MARTIN ARCHITECTS In partnership with 4MA, Martin Architects has every project covered with the best, from the builders to the designers to the interior designs. The

firm specializes in environmentally sensitive projects and has an extensive bank of resources to turn to for each client’s specific needs. 2913 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 613-6555; martinarchitects.com

BUILDERS/ DEVELOPERS DEMARCO DEVELOPMENT This company takes care of every step of the development. From start to finish, turning your dream home into a reality is simpler with the hands-on team handling the work of site planning, permits, and construction. 285-0855; demarcodev.com

After 12 years of building in the East End, McLoughlin Construction Corp, led by second-generation builder James McLoughlin, is known for professional work and perfectionism in every detail. 2221 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 324-2400; mccbuilders.com

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Featuring remodeling and custom design services, the general contracting firm staffs experts in every field to be ready for requests ranging from beachside homes to farmhouse country spaces. 5275505; zappolaconstruction.com

Plum Builders collaborates with architects, interior designers, and builders to create the perfect home. After their successful launch of The Modern Barn home, the company’s work has become a gold standard in Hamptons home construction. 43 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 3291300; plumbuilders.com

The custom surface builder is the go-to for luxe kitchens, specializing in a range of gemstone, natural stone, engineered quartz, and porcelain surfaces. 516-334-4553; zicana.com

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Nagel’s work blends modern and traditional architecture to create designs that feel new and contemporary while still having traditional function at the core. 153 Chardonnay Dr., East Quogue, 283-8855; brucenagel.com

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McGrath modernized home building by using the latest tools and techniques to preserve the traditional and classic homes that outlast any trend. With partners in architecture and construction, this well-rounded group can work efficiently on any project. 537-7411; mcgrath-building.com

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From box-framed modern masterpieces to porch-lined farmhouse-style abodes, James Merrill Architects is ready to meet any vision of the dream home. With luxe interior designs and modern exterior wood finishes, this firm’s work is best experienced in person to fully realize its beauty. 725-9842; jamesmerrillarchitects.com

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This interior closets designer chain has arrived in the Hamptons to help maximize the effectiveness in the space of any home, from shelving to drawers to walk-ins. 619 NY-27A, Southampton, 737-2224; californiaclosets.com Mabley Handler for Kravet furniture mixes the design firm’s beachy blue-andwhite color scheme with a traditional Hamptons aesthetic.

CLOSET FACTORY From the closet to the laundry room to the garage, the experts at Closet Factory provide organization strategies that can de-clutter any house by creating sleek, comfortable storage, arranged for maximum efficiency. 290

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Creating solutions for every situation. MAY 7 – JULY 30 The first comprehensive survey in 30 years of the influential artist’s work John Graham (American, born Ukraine, 1886–1961) Head of a Woman, 1954. Oil, chalk, ballpoint pen, colored pencil, pencil, brush, pen and ink on tracing paper. 24 1/4 × 18 7⁄8 inches. Collection of Leonard and Louise Riggio, New York. Photo by John Labbe.

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WHO: Owner of B Floral, a favorite floral designer for Hamptons events.

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A SEAT AT THE TABLE: “I love stopping in to Hildreth’s (51 Main St., Southampton, 283-2300; hildreths.com) in Southampton before the start of every summer season. I look forward to finding new dinner party accents for both indoor and outdoor events I host each summer. They also have amazing bedding and items for the kids.” BEACHCOMBER: “Topiaire (51 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 287-3800; topiaireflowershop.us) is my go-to spot for unique beach décor elements. I love their vintage signs—you’ll find several of these decorating both my Hamptons house and throughout my yard.” OUTDOOR ESSENTIALS: “I love Serena & Lily (332 Montauk

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Hwy., Wainscott, 537-5544; serenaandlily.com) for their fun and unique

With chic modern pieces to bring just enough fun and personality into a room, this boutique specializes in décor that shows off its playful side without skimping on quality-made goods. INSIDER TIP: In addition to the quirky items the store carries, they also serve Dreamy, some of the best coffee in the Hamptons. 103 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-5012; sylvesterandco.com

patterns! For summer parties, I mix and match Serena & Lily patterned linens with complementary embellished lounge furniture accessories, like pillows and throws.” B Floral is located at 153 W. 27th St., Ste. 505, New York, 646-216-3169; bfloral.com.

DAN SCOTTI DESIGN Dan Scotti’s designs are individually tailored to the homeowner’s needs, taking into consideration the lifestyles of the future tenants, and employing his signature style of clean lines, luxury textiles, and neutral tones. 917-4394172; danscottidesign.com

ELSA SOYARS With her Eastern European heritage and experience in luxe living, Elsa Soyars has created some of the most elegant homes in the Hamptons. Using the finest fabrics and traditional approaches to décor, she is well-versed in all aspects of interior design, from architecture to selecting art. 300 N. Sea Mecox Road, Southampton, 875-1694; elsasoyars.com

GALBAN INTERIORS Margarita Benacerraf was raised in Spain before moving to New York. She has spent her life traveling the world and grown to appreciate the best in different cultures. These influences come through in her approach to interior design, with pieces that each tell a different story. galbaninteriors.com

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MABLEY HANDLER Mabley Handler specializes in interiors that capture the classic look of the Hamptons. Sticking to basic principles of the clean, white, shingle-style homes of the East End, this team has become one of the most successful in the area. INSIDER TIP: This year the design duo launched a collection with Kravet that focuses on their traditional blue-and-white palette but also includes weathered furniture pieces, all with a Hamptonsesque feel. 34 Head of Pond Road, Water Mill, 726-7300; mableyhandler.com

but prides herself on loving a new challenge to conquer. 646-476-2996; nicolefullerinteriors.com

URBAN ZEN JENNY FISCHBACH This designer draws on architecture, construction, and design principles to create sophisticated, beautifully appointed rooms that still feel like home and not a museum. 127 E. 69th St., New York, 212-602-1440; jennyfischbachdesign.com

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RENEE’S The leader in chic pieces in the Hamptons, Renee’s has become a one-stop shop for everything from accent pieces to core furniture. Their interior design team works closely with clients, a service they offer to homeowners from Quogue to the North Fork. 10095 Main Road, Mattituck, 2984223; reneesmattituck.com

NICOLE FULLER From residential to commercial to hospitality, the interior design experience of Nicole Fuller stretches in all directions. Fuller doesn’t constrict herself to one style of design,

The store’s expanded showroom offers a wide selection of furniture, lighting, and accessories in a beautifully lit space. 6 Main St., Southampton, 287-6277; homenature.com

JANGEORGE This interior design firm, led by Jan and George Rutgers, brings a distinctly beachy yet European feel to its aesthetic with sleek brands like B&B Italia and Flos. 17 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 899-4848; jangeorge.com

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Donna Karan’s Urban Zen focuses on pieces that represent balance and serenity in any home. With a clean palette and minimalist designs, the overarching feeling of the store is one that is calm and serene. 4 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 725-6176; urbanzen.com

WEST OUT EAST From the architecture, interior design, and decorating firm WCA, West Out East’s West Chin is renowned for his fun modern take on everyday design. He’s also been ranked as one of the city’s 100 best decorators by New York Magazine. 25 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-3103; westouteast.com

POOL DESIGN CASUAL WATER POOL AND SPA CONSTRUCTION Safety, energy efficiency, and green building techniques are part of the core principles that drive this luxury pool construction company. Their modern designs fill any client’s wishes

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Duffy Ave., Hicksville, 800-838-7995; closetfactory.com

boutique that specializes in luxury artisanal pieces for the chic set, now featuring a brand-new exclusive collection of pillows, throws, napkins, and tableware. Find the perfect finishing touch to your Hamptons home with these thoughtful, highly curated items. INSIDER TIP: This season, founder Elad Yifrach will partner with Figue for a summer pop-up shop of Bohemian Finds. 9 Main St., Southampton, 259-2644; l-objet.com


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The SOURCE: SPACE while maximizing efficiency and conservation efforts. With over 20 years in the Hamptons, the firm still remains one of the most innovative pool builders in the area. 241 Country Road, Southampton, 537-5700; casualwater.com

GIBBONS POOLS An award-winning pool builder, Gibbons Pools has been hailed for its wide-ranging services: from new construction jobs to restoration projects to maintenance and upkeep. 171 Bridge Road, Islandia, 851-3000; gibbonspools.com

J. TORTORELLA CUSTOM GUNITE POOLS The modern aesthetic of this firm’s pool construction is a contemporary edge that will not pass with trends. From geometric designs to free-form shapes, each pool built by the company brings a backyard landscape to life. 1764 Country Road, Southampton, 283-7373; tortorella.com

LANDSCAPING LAGUARDIA DESIGN GROUP Laguardia specializes in modern

approaches to classic designs. Found in some of the most iconic Hamptons homes, each landscaping project works to create a balance between the indoor and outdoor design that flows together perfectly. 860 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 726-1403; laguardiadesigngroup.com

MARDERS The much-admired landscaping firm has had a hand in many of the Hamptons’ most stunning outdoor spaces. INSIDER TIP: The grounds of Marders house a shop filled with coffee-table books, candles, and faux flowers for arranging. Additionally,

the team offers planting classes and has visiting birds of prey for the children to experience. 120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 537-3700; marders.com

MARTHA BAKER With clients like John McEnroe and Katie Ford, this luxury landscape designer boasts a background in both art and architecture, not to mention a proven track record. 57 Byram Shore Road, Greenwich, 203-531-1063; marthabaker.com

PEMBROKE FINE LANDSCAPING Creating a space that gets you into the yard even on the hottest day is this firm’s goal, from verandas that have everything from a full kitchen to a television setup to make watching the game and cooking for friends all available under the sun. 58B Old Country Road, Quogue, 909-2558; pembrokefinelandscapes.com

PERRY GUILLOT LANDSCAPING Perry Guillot has become the master of minimalist landscape architecture. With clean, winding lines around contrasting colors, each project created by Guillot focuses on the nature and garden space surrounding the home. 1865 N. Sea Road, Southampton, 2832839; perryguillotinc.com

Summerhill’s philosophy is not to tear down the wild growth of a garden, but to embrace it and incorporate what nature brings into the design with strong, clean lines. 725-0005; summerhilllandscapes.com

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From big trees to small shrubs, Frederico Azevedo will help homeowners find the perfect balance of life in their yard. This team specializes in feng shui created by the outdoor space, particularly with plants native to the Hamptons. unlimitedearthcare.com

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Book an appointment at the exclusive Baker Spa and you’re guaranteed to have this endless pool and other luxurious facilities all to yourself.

The Baker House 1650 is just the right blend of cozy and opulent— a vacation destination plucked from daydreams of summer on the East End. But hidden below the bed-and-breakfast’s Cotswoldsinspired building is arguably its greatest asset: a private spa. Even the most luxurious spas are divided into treatment rooms, but at the Baker Spa, one 800-squarefoot room—with lap pool, sauna, steam shower, and Jacuzzi—is reserved for one client or couple at a time. “To have this big room to yourself, it adds a complete layer of luxury,” says co-owner Antonella Bertello, who has personally vetted all the spa’s therapists and swears by the deep tissue massage ($180 for 90 minutes). The Baker Spa is technically open only to hotel guests, but you can also secure an appointment as a “friend of the house”—a longtime hotel patron who has bought a home in the Hamptons. Barring that, management may be able to squeeze you in during the offseason. But be warned: “We’re having less and less of an off-season season,” says Bertello. “I have to make my own appointments at 7 AM because we’re so booked. And I have some influence here.” 181 Main St., East Hampton, 324-4081; bakerhouse1650.com

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AKT INMOTION Super-fit celebrities Karlie Kloss and Shakira turn to international fitness expert and dancer Anna Kaiser to sculpt their lean, toned bods. Classes here combine numerous exercise disciplines, including circuit training, HIIT, dance cardio, Pilates, and yoga. 3 Railroad Ave., East Hampton, 527-5447; aktinmotion.com

BARRY’S BOOTCAMP With three East End locations, this famously hard-core fitness spot pushes your limits through a mix of weight training and cardio that can help you burn 1,000 calories in a single workout. Each day focuses on a different muscle group, so you get a week of perfectly balanced exercises. 10 Montauk Hwy., Southampton, 353-3833; see barrysbootcamp.com for more locations.

South Africa. Talk about motivation. 60 Windmill Lane, Southampton, 315-955-6989; browningsfitness.com

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New to Montauk’s buzzing wellness scene, BYoga brings rock-star yoga teachers together to lead an array of dynamic vinyasa-style classes, themed according to the elements of fire, water, and earth. INSIDER TIP: Don’t miss BFire, the studio’s signature flow class. 83 S. Elmwood Ave., Montauk, 483-5077; byogahive.com

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Clients of East End Row experience the feeling of paddling and gliding through water, courtesy of highquality erg machines that offer a low-impact but incredibly effective workout. East End Row opens its third location, in East Hampton, this season. 33 Hill St., Southampton; 460 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 353-3626; eastendrow.com

Christy Turlington are fans. 68 Newtown Lane, Ste. 6, East Hampton, 604-5445; elementsfitnessstudio.com

If there’s anyone who can get you into shape, it’s MaryAnn Browning. The founder and president of Brownings Fitness has competed in 37 marathons and six Ironman competitions and was a prima ballerina with the Johannesburg Ballet Company in

ELEMENTS FITNESS

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Fusing barre and dance techniques, the boutique studio Elements Fitness offers a variety of classes, from Dance Cardio Sculpt to stand-up paddleboarding. Kelly Ripa and

With only private and duet Pilates sessions, this studio provides unrivaled individualized attention, focusing on the specific needs of each client. There’s also an organic

Joey Gonzalez, CEO of Barry’s Bootcamp, leads the signature highintensity cardio interval training workout.

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beauty boutique, featuring clean beauty brands like Tata Harper and Red Flower. 760 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill; 66 Newtown Lane, Ste. 7, East Hampton, 212-288-3410; erikabloompilates.com

EXHALE Known for its award-winning Core Fusion Barre method, Exhale provides ballet-inspired workouts in a tranquil, soothing space—bringing balance to your body and mind. 2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, 212-561-6400; exhalespa.com

shares his five favorite ways to take a deep breath and unwind. STRESS BUSTERS: “I take our kayak out off of Long Beach, Sag Harbor, and paddling into the Elizabeth Morton National Wildlife Refuge.” A WALK ON THE BEACH: “Peters Pond Beach in Sagaponack. This is still one of the least crowded beaches, and desolate in the early morning for a stroll.” DOWNTIME: “It’s fun drinking French rosé and people-watching at Sunset Beach (35 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights, 749-2001; sunsetbeachli.com) on Shelter Island.” FAMILY MEAL: “Sant Ambroeus (30 Main St.,

FLYWHEEL Not your average spin class, Flywheel enlists its riders in head-to-head competition using in-stadium technology with live race stats and rankings. There’s also FlyBarre, a total-body sculpting class and the perfect complement to your cycling session. 65 Montauk Hwy., Ste. C, East Hampton, 329-8622; flywheelsports.com

Southampton, 283-1233; santambroeus.com) in Southampton for classic Italian pasta and seafood. We love sitting outside in their chic outdoor café!” HOME SWEET HOME: “Our backyard has a heated saltwater pool, grill, organic vegetable garden, and hammock under a shade tree.” Exhale is located at 2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, 212561-6400; exhalespa.com.

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HOT’AUK YOGA Sweat it out at this hot yoga haven, where skilled instructors teach Bikram yoga and hot vinyasa for an energizing, stress-releasing experience. 649 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-8585; hotaukyoga.com

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NEW YORK PILATES Recognized as the fitness studio of the fashion set, New York Pilates is sure to earn the love of Hamptonites for its chic, minimalist space—not to mention its full-body workout. 272 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 212-335-0375; newyorkpilates.com

ONE OCEAN YOGA Who needs a yoga studio when you have the Hamptons’ lush vineyards? One Ocean Yoga takes your practice into nature, connecting you with the earth beneath you at the gorgeous Channing Daughters Winery. 1927 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton, 537-5522; oneoceanyoga.com

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the East End when she opened Paddle Diva in 2009—ahead of the national SUP craze. Since then, she and her instructors have taken clients through the inlets and bays of the Hamptons, showing them the beauty of the environment and the fitness power of SUP. 219 Three Mile Harbor HC Road, East Hampton, 329-2999; paddlediva.com

PHYSIQUE 57 When a barre technique guarantees results in as few as eight workouts, you know it’s worth trying—especially when Alessandra Ambrosio and Chrissy Teigen are regulars. Inspired by the original Lotte Berk method, Physique 57 has classes for beginners, experts, and everyone in between. 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 537-5722; physique57.com

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SOULCYCLE The original cult-favorite spin studio helped transform the East End into a fitness and wellness oasis. And this year, SoulCycle’s Bridgehampton barn celebrates its 10th anniversary. 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 537-3630; see soul-cycle.com for more locations.

TRACY ANDERSON Trainer to the stars Tracy Anderson developed a resultsdriven method that has reshaped the bodies of celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez. Her mega-brand includes the revolutionary at-home program Metamorphosis, video streaming services, specialized plans for men, women, and teens, and week-long intensives. 30 Park Place, East Hampton, 604-6529; 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 617-5621; tracyanderson.com

TRUTH TRAINING Based on the philosophy that you should “Never abandon your strength,” the programming

here is rooted in foundational exercises to take you to the next level. For lovers of the outdoors, there are also boot camps, kayaking tours, trail running, and mountain biking. 5 Railroad Ave., East Hampton, 324-5333; truthtraining.com

UPTOWN PILATES The instruction at Uptown Pilates takes full advantage of its state-of-the-art equipment— including reformers, tower units, ladder barrels, Wunda chairs, and more—to increase flexibility, strength, balance, and mental awareness. 23 Bridge St., Sag Harbor, 725-5994; uptownpilates.com

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Center Moriches, NY – The Lindenmere Estate

Sagaponack, NY – “Ocean Breeze”

Infinite water views from throughout this sprawling Estate on over 8 acres on Moriches Bay. Views of the water from everywhere throughout the 14 bedroom suites, heated gunite pool, pool house with full kitchen, powder room and walls of glass. SD #33. MLS# 2931490. $5,995,000. Victoria Reynolds, 631.288.1050 ext.19, c.631.834.3440

Hear the waves of the ocean from this Hamptons Shingle-style home. This coastal combination of curved gambrel roof and natural cedar shakes lends itself to the ideal South Fork aesthetic. Spacious back porch overlooks manicured gardens, in-ground pool and tennis court. SD #10. MLS# 2882167. $8,295,000. Carol Tintle, 631.734.5439, c.631.335.9003

Eastport, NY – Custom Contemporary

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Orient, NY – 8.5 Acres in Orient Village

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SD #12. MLS# 2918532. $715,000. Jacqueline Doskoez, 631.288.1050 ext.13 c.631.603.5584

SD #13. MLS# 2888035. $1,299,000. Cheryl Schneider, 631.298.4130, c.631.766.2598 Linda Donnelly, 516.678.1510, c.516.808.1845

SD #1. MLS# 2861501. $1,595,000. Nancy Cervelli, 631.734.5439, c.631.680.2296 Barry Novick, 631.734.5439, c.631.384.6524

SD #12. Folio# 25142. $659,900. Elyse Weissman, 631.288.1050 ext.22 c.516.381.0917

Eastport, NY – Beautiful Bravo

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SD #12. MLS# 2856094. $529,000. Elyse Weissman, 631.288.1050 ext.22 c.516.381.0917

SD #1. MLS# 2895319. $2,150,000. Sarita Silver, 631.288.1050 ext.31 Richard Silver, 631.288.1050 ext.37

Westhampton, NY – Waterfront

Westhampton Beach, NY – “Le Serenite”

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SD #2. MLS# 2926618. $2,499,000. Rose Alfano, 631.288.1050 ext.40 Eileen Brod, 631.288.1050 ext.12

SD #2. MLS# 2921421. $4,995,000. Rose Alfano, 631.288.1050 ext.40 Eileen Brod, 631.288.1050 ext.12

This Bayfront beauty has won architectural recognition for its unique ability to capture stunning panoramic waters views and the Hamptons natural light. High-end construction provides great space for both entertaining and private retreat. SD #2. MLS# 2923368. $2,798,000. Linda Mulrooney, 631.288.1050, c.516.581.2260

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Historic Sag Harbor Village comes alive with this new construction by Jack Curto Principle of Curto and Curto Development. 11 Eastville boasts 4,185sf of luxury living on three levels while emulating the village charm of a bygone era with all the modern technology discerning buyers are looking for in a Hamptons home. Set on .24 acres and 1/2 mile from Main St. and Havens Beach. 5 bedrooms and 5 and one half baths with heated Gunite pool and garage.

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Store (114 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-9706; sagharborvariety.com). I also love browsing for reliable, white serving pieces and other items to stock my kitchen at Loaves & Fishes Cookshop (2266 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 537-6066; landfcookshop.com). An afternoon spent in our Everything But Water store (66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-5693; everythingbut water.com) is always a treat. Our assortment is

carefully curated, and has many items near and dear to my heart that I hunt for throughout the year for this special location and discerning customers. I’m excited to see what the Hamptons woman thinks of new brand Kisuii swim, our Marysia Swim capsule collection, and our one-of-a-kind caftan collection from Two. For dinner, La Fondita (74 Montauk Hwy., Amagansett, 267-8800; lafondita.net) is a favorite. The relaxed, boho vibe is beach-perfect, and the tacos are unmatched.”

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Real estate agents a liated with The Corcoran Group are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of The Corcoran Group. Equal Housing Opportunity. The Corcoran Group is a licensed real estate broker. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Corcoran makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. All dimensions provided are approximate. To obtain exact dimensions, Corcoran advises you to hire a qualified architect or engineer. 51 Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 | 631.324.3900

Chic 3.5 Acre Sagaponack South Estate Awaits Sagaponack. Sagg Pond and Sagg Main sea breezes intermingle, wafting over a chic, custom designed 8 bedroom, 8,500 SF estate privately poised on 3.3+/- verdant acres very deep in Sagaponack South. At the end of a long, gated hedge lined drive, a clever and sexy architectural design has been masterfully executed using a mixture of materials, dressing up the residence with cedar, natural stone, and cherry wood flooring. Common rooms include a great room and a living room with vaulted ceilings and stone floors, both warmed by fireplaces. The fully equipped kitchen, with custom cabinetry and stone-topped counters, is more than up to the task of servicing the formal dining room. A contiguous breakfast room has doors to look out at and access the expansive covered porch. Each day will begin and end in the two-story master wing anchoring the east side of the home dressing room and walk-in closet, luxurious bath with tiled floor, spa, multi-head shower, a separate sitting room and upstairs a massage r . Two additional guest suites, a room with bath, laundry room and a 2-car garage complete the first floor. Upstairs is a separate guest area three bedrooms with bathrooms ensuite, wet bar, private terrace and second laundry room. A private guest suite awaits at the top of yet another staircase. The finished lower level contains a recreation/media room, mirrored gym and full bath, a wine room and extensive storage area. Covered and uncovered patios look out at a heated Gunite pool set within natural stone and augmented by an elevated, vanishing edge hot tub hidden from view behind large boulders. The separate all-weather tennis court is reached through an arbor covered in honeysuckle and wisteria, with a nearby cabana. The zen-like grounds, infused by a kaleidoscope of color, specimen trees, flowering shrubs, perennials and ornamental grasses while a water lily pond adds to the properties Êlan. Although privatized on three sides by perimeter evergreens and tall hedging, western view looks out over contiguous farm fields to the sunset beyond. With both Pierre’s Market and the broad beaches just a bike ride away, this singular estate awaits your preview today. Co-Exclusive. Price Upon Request WEB# 34854

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QUINTESSENTIAL SAGAPONACK Sagaponack. Deep in the heart of Sagaponack, on coveted Fairfield Pond Lane, lies this quintessential beach home in the middle of farmland. Mature 30+ year old landscaping with towering privets that provide privacy throughout the grounds. Property includes a tennis court with basketball, 25’ x 50’ gunite pool with built-in spa, outdoor kitchen, outdoor fireplace, outdoor shower and vegetable garden. Truly the perfect home for family and entertaining. New construction from Abraham Development, this 9,900 +/- SF home includes a 3,000 +/- SF light-filled lower level with wine cellar, recreation room, gym, sauna, steam room, media room and 2 ensuite bedrooms. Elevator to the upper levels bring another five ensuite bedrooms including a master wing with tremendous walk-in closet, fireplace and secluded outdoor deck. Impeccable finishes and design that truly must be seen. One of the best values in Sagaponack and just reduced! $13.9M WEB# 40713

STUNNING MODERN BY BATES & MASI – VIEWS OF POND & OCEAN Sagaponack. Magnificently designed by Bates & Masi Architects, this home overlooks a coastal pond and the ocean. Natural elements are invited into the home and are experienced every day. From the glass-enclosed bridges that connect the towers, one can appreciate the dramatic spaces; the communal spaces have flexibility to flow to the outdoors and extend onto decks through full-height sliding glass doors. Four guest bedrooms are separated from living areas and master suite. Magnificent and totally unique property and design! Incredible opportunity now available as construction project with foundation and framing already in place for $7.995M WEB# 19292

Real estate agents affiliated with The Corcoran Group are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of The Corcoran Group. Equal Housing Opportunity. The Corcoran Group is a licensed real estate broker. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Corcoran makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. All dimensions provided are approximate. To obtain exact dimensions, Corcoran advises you to hire a qualified architect or engineer. 1936 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 | 631.537.3900


SERENITY ON SAGG POND - 40 ACRE WATERFRONT ESTATE Bridgehampton. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Drive down your majestic, private tree-lined drive to a totally custom 10,000 SF estate, meticulously designed by renowned architects Fleetwood and McMullen. Designed to resemble a Cotswold English Country Manor house on the exterior, along with crisp, clean, modern interiors. All of the rooms and covered porches offer unobstructed and protected views of Sagg Pond and the ocean. Great Chef’s kitchen opens to family room with one of the many fireplaces and large screened-in porch. The house also includes 7 bedrooms, 9 full baths plus two half baths, gorgeous living room, separate dining room, upstairs gym, large office, upstairs game room, additional family room and a 4-car garage. Exquisite finishings, including radiant heat, full generator and state-of-the-art electronics, with an extensive surveillance system. Stunning landscape architecture by Edmund Hollander creates a resort-like feel, with amazing gardens, heated waterfront gunite pool and pool house. Covered pergola with an outdoor fireplace, all wired for outside sound, plus separate tucked away tennis and basketball court. Paddle or kayak from your private dock to the ocean! Just reduced, this unique one-of-a-kind property will not last! $39.995M WEB# 20375

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