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British rocker Tom Wardle settles into Sag Harbor for the summer.

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SCENE 103 // SPIRIT ANIMAL Young activist Amanda Hearst walks the talk on ethical fashion and animal rights.

104 // SUPER DU JOUR EMP Summer House will have your whole group crowded around its buzzy new shareable dish.

106 // TINY BUBBLES, BIG FLAVORS Sparkling wine is this season’s go-to for effervescent summer cocktails.

108 // IN THE RIGHT LIGHT

112 // SOUTHERN ITALY SET IN SOUTHAMPTON Restaurateur Gabby Karan De Felice takes Tutto Il Giorno to the next level with a refresh of the Southampton space and a new Urban Zen boutique next door.

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Artist Mary Heilmann shines in a new show at the Flavin Institute this summer.


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Christina Murphy’s new furniture collection has a vintage feel.

The must-have sunny-day ride of the ‘60s and ‘70s, Moke cars are hitting the road in the Hamptons this summer.

118 // HIVE MENTALITY “Buzzy” takes on new meaning at East Hampton’s Bonac Bees, where beekeeper Deborah Klughers is busy unlocking the secrets of local honey.

144

Entertaining expert Mark Addison’s Provence Champagne Cocktail.

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must-see mix of work from emerging, established, and esteemed artists.

Isabelle Bscher, whom you can spot gala-hopping across the Hamptons all summer long.

130 // DESTINATION: GREENPORT

140 // COMMUNITY ON CANVAS

A flurry of restaurant openings makes the North Fork one of the most exciting food stops out East.

Quogue’s Cynthia Neuendorf has created an artists’ salon for today’s East End.

132 // SUMMER OF SOUL

144 // PARTY PEOPLE

This season, British musician Tom Wardle settles down in Sag Harbor.

Entertaining expert Mark Addison changes up classic drinks to suit any occasion in his new book, Cocktail Chameleon.

120 // GRILL, BABY, GRILL!

136 // AN EPIC DECADE

East End chefs turn up the heat on open-flame favorites that are sure to spark your appetite.

The Surf Lodge celebrates an impressive milestone with a roster of big-name summer performers.

126 // ART ATTACK

138 // WOW-FACTORY GIRL

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148 // SUMMER DREAMIN’ Business maverick Ari Ackerman, founder of Bunk1, achieved runaway success by applying tech smarts to his lifelong love for camp culture.

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116 // MOKE ‘EM IF YOU GET ‘EM

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150 // HAPPY AS CLAMS Hampton Clambake’s catered beach parties now come in a do-it-yourself package for the perfect small get-together.

152 // A SPECK OF GOOD FORTUNE Montauk fishermen John Aldridge and Anthony Sosinski turn a harrowing tale of survival into a summertime page-turner.

154 // DOG STAR For animal-rights activist Elizabeth Shafiroff, philanthropy is all in the family.

156 // A (NORTH) FORK IN THE ROAD For Chef Andrew Carmellini, spending time on the North Fork is a step away from NYC and a step into the endless bounty of the East End’s farms and vineyards.

158 // CATCH A RISING STAR Hake is rapidly becoming the favored fish for the season’s best dishes.

160 // THE CENTER OF IT ALL Now in its fifth season, the Southampton Arts Center is satiating the appetites of art-hungry Hamptonites.

STYLE 173 // RED HOT SUMMER It’s the biggest and best summer yet for Down Under clothing and swimwear brand Zimmermann.

Whether you’re by the beach, at the pool, or on the tennis court, keep your bag packed with these stylish sundries all summer long.

186 // CONNECTING THE DOTS Designer Blythe Harris, chief creative officer of the social-selling

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Cynthia Neuendorf’s new Southampton gallery, The Artist Study, doubles as a working studio.

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176 // BAGS OF STYLE


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Swish fashion finds await at Southampton’s Copious Row.

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lifestyle brand Stella & Dot, talks inspiration and her new collab with the Wainscott-based Serena & Lilly.

196 // THE SHOPPING NEWS

190 // WEEKEND CLASSICS

200 // GO WITH THE FLOW

Rock these nautical must-haves on the yacht this summer.

Designer Ramy Brook wants to dress you all day long.

192 // CHIC BOUTIQUE!

206 // ART TO ORDER

Score unique finds for the beach in a decidedly swish atmosphere at David Chines’s Copious Row Beach in Southampton.

It’s Jeff Koons’s world, and we’re just living in it—and dressing for it—as he announces a new collection for Louis Vuitton.

194 // FINAL CUT

208 // INTO THE BLUE

Brooke Jaffe, fashion director of closet-editing service Fitz, briefs us on her favorite summer looks.

A new, steamy take on a classic scent provides a fragrance perfectly suited for Hamptonites.

Satisfy your passion for fashion with these new Hamptons offerings.

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Hugo Matha Plexi Clutch from Copious Row.


CONTENTS 210 // LET IT GLOW! Get sun-kissed without the UVs.

212 // SWIM IN STYLE

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Check out the five Instagrammers making the East End pop.

The ultimate guide to the summer’s best bikinis and bathing suits.

218 // DECKED OUT ON DEMAND Now that these three beauty apps are available in the Hamptons, glam is but a tap away.

220 // TRACK TIME This season, the best auto-inspired and racing watches hit the open road with speed and style.

FEATURES Amagansett’s Sarah Jessica Parker, the disarmingly modest screen star and style icon, chats with Manolo Blahnik’s George Malkemus about her hit show, Divorce, and dreaming up a designer shoe collaboration that was almost too good to be true.

238 // INSTA-MAVENS Want to infuse your Instagram feed with the spirit of the Hamptons? These five must-follow accounts will keep you scrolling all summer long.

246 // COME SAIL AWAY Awash in unflappable red, white, and blue, we ring in the dog days of the American summer. Never wavering, always timeless, nautical prep is the perpetual look of the season.

256 // UP THE GARDEN PATH Frances Benjamin Johnston’s early-20th-century photos reveal forgotten glories of the Hamptons’ past.

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234 // SHE’S STILL GOT IT!


CONTENTS

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260 // POOLSIDE ACCESS

280 // HEAVY TRAFFIC

Bright colors, sleek metallics, and bold, eye-catching prints make a fashion statement hotter than a Hamptons heat wave.

SPACE

Can art and commerce really coexist? In the Hamptons, it’s essential they do, say business leaders, who reveal the importance of non-profits, community engagement—and buying local.

269 // MA SHEREE AMOUR

288 // INSIDE OUT

Embracing glamorous aspects of life in the fishbowl of the contemporary art world alongside her rural Ohio roots, artist Sheree Hovsepian finds the best of both worlds in bucolic Bridgehampton.

Interior designer Stephanie Michaan brings her airy aesthetic to a new Sag Harbor shop.

274 // HOUSE PROUD

290 // SMOOTH AS SILK Designer Kari Elizabeth reimagines the fashion world’s most stunning scarves as accessories for the home.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY GABOR JURINA

Southampton’s Twin Peaks at Olde Towne couples amenity-packed contemporary luxury with traditional charm.

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Americana makes a high fashion return with these red, white, and blue irresistibles.

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High-end scarves get a turn at decor with designer Kari Elizabeth’s stunning pillows.

FOURTH OF JULY 2017

292 // THE GREAT OUTDOORS With warmer weather comes a renewed interest in outdoor living. Lucky for us, some of the design world’s top brands are here to help make our outdoors as chic as our indoors.

298 // AN ACRE OF PARADISE Two dedicated amateur horticulturalists get a second chance to make their dream garden.

302 // SELLING POINTS In her life as a broker, Jessica J. Von Hagn sells what she loves—the East End.

304 // FLOAT ON! Summer’s hottest Instagram trend is back in full force.

308 // THE NATURE OF DESIGN Edmund Hollander’s Flying Point beach house lets nature take center stage.

312 // WATCH THE THRONE Susan Breitenbach is making waves as the East End’s turnkey queen.

314 // OPENING CEREMONY The Todd Merrill Gallery is back for a third Southampton season.

SELF

Just one year after its inception, East End Row makes waves in the fitness world with the opening of its third location.

324 // THE NATURALS Organic beauty picks for a relaxing summer.

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323 // A STROKE OF GENIUS


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Sam Gilliam’s Helles, 1965, punctuates the living room at artist Sheree Hovespian’s Bridgehampton home.

326 // BARRE YOU READY? Boutique fitness studio Elements is poised to be this season’s hottest barre.

328 // SIMPLE AND GREEN Forget what you know about veganism—Gwendolen Bokine’s Gwennie On The Go is bringing carbivores of all stripes into the fold.

330 // GRAB-AND-GO Fitness guru Tracy Anderson launches a line of lean products right here, at the Golden Pear.

THE SOURCE 337 // STYLE. SCENE. SPACE. SELF. Your essential guide to fab dining, shopping, and living out East.

THE END 390 // BELLE OF THE BALL

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

With cover star Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in Bridgehampton.

Giving Fox Five News’ Rosanna Scotto and Greg Kelly a first look at our Hamptons Memorial Day issue.

Nothing ushers us into summer quite like the July 4th weekend! It always feels official once the fireworks are set off at the Southampton Fresh Air Home, the barbecues are fired up in the backyard, and the clambakes are under way up and down the beach. This issue is packed with 375-plus pages of East End essentials to take you through summer in style. From our deep dive into true Americana fashion (translation: chic ways to wear red, white, and blue!) to eventeur Mark Addison’s recommendations for the perfect long weekend cocktail, we’ve got you covered. As you put together your reservations and set your summer menus, we know you’ll have outdoor grilling and seasonal seafood on the agenda. From ace chef Andrew Carmellini’s delectable rack of lamb recipe, and EMP Summer House’s extraordinary bouillabaisse, to Gretchen Mensner’s three-day duck prep at Fresno, we share the best dishes to create and savor.

The Hamptons Magazine 2017 summer kicked off with a bang as we featured Hilary Swank on the cover in an interview by Mariska Hargitay, then we went aerial with photographer Gray Malin and his covetable beach images…and we’re just getting started. This week, style icon Sarah Jessica Parker shares her recipe for shoe heaven with Manolo Blahnik’s George Malkemus, and lets us in on her essential shoes for summer. Listen, if there’s someone to trust on this subject, it’s Amagansett’s own SJP! If you’re not all caught up on her bingeworthy HBO hit Divorce, download last season and keep it for a rainy day, since she is deep into filming season two. (I know we never want rainy days out East, but sometimes they allow a little respite!) I always call our July 4th issue the coffee table keeper. Enjoy the issue and keep it around—I promise it’s a collectible.

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top, from left: With Christy Turlington Burns and Ed Burns, raising funds and awareness for Every Mother Counts at La Sirena; a luxe afternoon with Sean Spellman, featured in this issue with his black surfboard, a new trend in the Hamptons; with Jayma Cardoso of Surf Lodge and Athena Calderon, aka Instagram maven @Eyeswoon.


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As we approach our most patriotic day of the year, it’s a good time to be grateful for all we have here on the East End. A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to spend a weekend at my dear friends’ home on the bay in Napeague, right down the road from Walking Dunes Trail. Sitting on the secondfloor deck on a weathered Adirondack chair overlooking the beautiful bay, I observed the ebb and flow of the tide as the water lapped onto the shoreline. I watched the birds diving for fish, then walked down to the beach to collect shells and sea glass. The moments reminded me of one of my favorite books, Gift from the Sea, in which the author, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, writes beautifully about our connection to nature. The book keeps me grounded in the hectic and frenetic summer season, reminding me that there is no place more beautiful in all the world than here. On July 4, we enjoy our

from top: With experts Silas Marder, Raphael Avigdor, Aleksandra Kardwell, Claudia Pilato, Alicia Longwell, Nunzio Zappola, Michael Braverman, Tim Davis, and Dan Scotti at our Art, Culture, and Commerce Real Estate and Home Design Roundtable featured in this issue; celebrating Memorial Day Weekend in Southampton with News 12’s Elisa DiStefano; at the Hither Lea Beach House in Napeague Beach, the family home of Amy Slack and Michael Cinque, with Cinque and Michael Dweck; #SummerofSelf with Tracy Anderson at the Bally store on Madison Avenue in New York.

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freedom and gather with friends and family for relaxation and fun. We acknowledge the birth of our country with fireworks that symbolize our push towards liberty and independence. By the way, no fireworks are more spectacular than the ones we’ll see at the Southampton Fresh Air Home picnic this weekend. Please join me bayside as we help the Fresh Air Home bring joy to young people with disabilities who wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to attend camp. You’ll also want to save the date for Saturday, July 8. Join me for the South Fork Natural History Museum’s annual benefit, chaired by Anke and Jürgen Friedrich and Susan and David Rockefeller, where I will be hosting along with Alex Guarnaschelli and Kerry Heffernan. Visit us, too, at the two-week Market Art and Design fair, where you can view stunning art and sample delicious Godiva goodies from their first-ever food truck, and at Southampton Animal Shelter’s Unconditional Love Gala. Enjoy all of the events during these two weeks, and look for our next issue of Hamptons on July 14. I’ll see you in town!

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Starr-Tambor has shot portraits of Emmy- and Oscar-winning artists and musicians and multitalented people from his home bases in Tribeca and Sagaponack and around the world. For this issue, he photographed philanthropist Amanda Hearst (page 103) and designer Ramy Brook (page 200). What’s the most spectacular spa indulgence you’ve ever experienced? Ayurveda massage at One&Only in Cape Town, South Africa. The spa was great, but the view of Table Mountain and the surf after made it unforgettable. You know it’s finally summer when: I walk to the ocean barefoot in the rain, and the cherry blossoms have started blooming.

For more than two decades, photographer Striffler has been shooting fashion, interiors, and lifestyle trends in the Hamptons, New York City, Miami Beach, and the Caribbean. His advertising and editorial images have appeared in Town & Country, The New York Times, Elle, Condé Nast Traveler, W, Vogue, Architectural Digest, and House Beautiful, among many other publications. His clients have included Ralph Lauren, BadgleyMischka, John Varvatos, La Perla, Intercontinental Hotels, and Aerin Lauder. For this issue, he photographed health consultant Gwendolen Bokine (page 328) and the Copious Row (page 192) and Jimmy Choo (page 337) stores. Favorite hobbies: Yoga, biking, snowboarding, scuba diving, golfing, or walking on the beach with my black pug, Bugsley. What does your perfect summer day include? Water skiing on Peconic Bay glass with friends, drinking watermelon-mint coolers with loud reggae playing, and lots of laughs.

Art, design, and books are Murg’s subjects of choice. Her writing has appeared in Wallpaper, Art+Auction, ARTnews, Flash Art, and Smithsonian, among other publications, and she co-authored the 2015 book Pradasphere (Abrams). A Harvard graduate, Murg has lectured on design history and visual culture at New York’s School of Visual Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, and has worked as a research associate at J.P. Morgan and Harvard Business School. In this issue, she previews the Mary Heilman show at the Flavin Institute (page 108) and the Market Art + Design fair (page 126), and reviews the harrowing tale A Speck in the Sea (page 152). Favorite Hamptons restaurant, bar, or café: Pierre’s, bien sûr. How do you stay in shape? Indoor rowing classes. I’m thrilled that East End Row has just opened a new studio in East Hampton.

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Weitz is a freelance writer whose work can be found in The New York Times, Newsday, Edible East End, Long Island Pulse, Luxe, and Gotham. She looks for the humanity and cultural significance in stories that spotlight the joys of living: music, food, art, and travel. She writes from her front porch in Sag Harbor. In this issue, Weitz shows us around Twin Peaks in Southampton (page 274) and interviews real estate brokers Jessica J. von Hagn (page 302) and Susan Breitenbach (page 312). You know it’s summer when: There’s sand in my sheets. What’s the best fitness fad you’ve tried? My most outside-the-box class was in African dance and drumming with Dan Bailey and Lauren Chu, which awakened my energy and toned my body while I was lost in the bliss of the music.

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The Australian-born, Manhattan-based travel and lifestyle specialist has written for such publications as The New York Times, Travel + Leisure, and The Financial Times. In this issue, Earle-Levine reports on the Artist Study (page 140) and Todd Merrill (page 314) galleries, previews the collaboration between Stella & Dot and Serena & Lily (page 186), and fluffs up some Kari Elizabeth vintage throw pillows (page 290).

A graduate of the French Culinary Institute, Ong is an editor and writer focused on food and travel. He has contributed to The New York Times, Bon Appétit, and Gotham. He dishes on the burgeoning food scene in Greenport (page 130) for this issue.

Favorite place for art out East: The Parrish Art Museum. I could spend a day there! How do you know it’s finally summer? When there’s fresh lemon pasta at Raffetto’s in SoHo, you know it’s time to get out the kayaks at the beach and go clamming.

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Favorite Hamptons restaurant, bar, or café: Commander Cody’s on Shelter Island is by far my favorite Hamptons restaurant because of one item: the fried chicken. The space is completely unassuming, the staff is nice but unpredictable at times (don’t be surprised if they tell you there’s no food left when it’s busy), and the seafood is local. But the fried chicken is what keeps me coming back. When do you know it’s summer? When oysters and Champagne make for a perfect dinner.


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Originally from Massachusetts, Gaffney is a freelance writer based in Manhattan’s West Village, focusing on the arts and culture, as well as lifestyle trends. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Billboard, Teen Vogue, and online for New York magazine. For this issue, she interviewed the designers Nicky Zimmermann (page 173) and Ramy Brook (page 200), compiled our Style Spotlight (page 196) and swimwear roundup (page 212), and spotlighted the handbag collaboration between artist Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons (page 206).

Jurina’s beauty and fashion photography has been published internationally in magazines including Vogue Nippon, South African Cosmopolitan, Surface Asia, and Ocean Drive, and his covers have featured celebrities such as Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Olivia Palermo, Olivia Wilde, and Katy Perry. He shot this issue’s fashion feature on classic all-American yachting wear (page 47).

What does your perfect summer day include? A theater matinee: I’m really hoping to see Lynn Nottage’s play Intimate Apparel at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Favorite fashion: I love bright colors, and Cynthia Rowley is my favorite store in the city and at the beach.

What’s your favorite outfit to wear in the Hamptons? My light-blue Aspesi mandarin-collar shirt, APC tan shorts, and navy Tretorns. And I always like to have a cashmere sweater close by just in case. Go-to Hamptons style spots: The Miansai x Navy Beach mobile shop, Copious Row, and Club Monaco.


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Jeffrey Schneider

Georgina Bloomberg

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John Stark

Lily Aldridge

Adam Miller

Kiley DeMarco

Hannah Ferguson

Almond Zigmund

Lawrence Moens

Barry J. Beil

Amy Hill

Lynne Mazin

Cara Chapman

Carol Becker

Melissa Cohen

Patrick McLaughlin

Chris Robbins

Michael Nenner

John Kanas

Courtney Breitenbach

Ramy Brook

Sean Spellman

David Maron

Robert Trauber

Cory Turner

Diane Lieberman

Sean Finnerty

Stanley Zinberg

Eddie Shapiro

Seth Weisser

Helen Moss

Elaine Saladino

Suzanne Lynch

Ariel Levy

Gary DePersia

Vera Devincenzo

Holly Peterson

Gerard Maione

Blake Lively

Josh Radnor

Harald Grant

Jerry Seinfeld

Ireland Baldwin

Jane Gol

Jayma Cardoso

Mark Vigliante

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This summer has already given us plenty to celebrate. The Surf Lodge in Montauk launched its summer music series with a private concert by Lukas Graham, with guests including Robert McKinley and Hailey Clauson. Other early-summer festivities have included the kickoff to the fifth annual Hamptons Wellness Week, with morning meditation and complimentary fitness classes. The 25th annual Decorators-DesignersDealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala took place on the grounds of Southampton Fresh Air Home and featured live and silent auctions and a home furnishings and antiques sale. And Gotham magazine threw an exclusive party celebrating New York Mets pitcher and Late Spring cover star Noah Syndergaard at the new waterfront retreat 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

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INVITED Alan Rish, Joe Schildhorn, and Steve Kasuba

Robert McKinley and Ric Pipino

Liam Tracy, Selby Drummond, and Danny DiMauro

THE SURF LODGE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES KICKOFF

Noah Douglas Neiman and Roxana Cox

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Jenne Lombardo and Cole Ramstad

Maxwell Osborne and Jayma Cardoso

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Andrew Warren and EJ Johnson

Over Memorial Day weekend, the Surf Lodge in Montauk premiered its summer concert series, presented in conjunction with Lincoln Motor Company, with the award-winning band Lukas Graham, who performed their chart-topping hit “7 Years.” The concert series continues through September 4 with dozens of performers, including Lupe Fiasco, Marian Hill, and Ben Harper.


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Elizabeth Muzyka

Sofia Swanson and Evie Purcell

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Joseph Montag

Charlie Stern, Dr. Dana Stern, Billy Stern, and Wiley Stern

HAMPTONS WELLNESS WEEK LAUNCH Gina Bradley and Holly Rilinger

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The fifth annual Hamptons Wellness Week began with a day full of health and sunshine at Topping Rose House on Saturday, June 10th. After a morning meditation, attendees could take part in complimentary fitness classes and wellness experiences, including acupuncture, craniosacral therapy, nontoxic manicures, SUP yoga in the pool, healthy eats (like homemade veggie burgers, spinach pies, and freshmade juice and smoothies), and much more. Over 250 people experienced the best of the best in East End wellness. Hamptons Wellness Week founders Kiley DeMarco and Anastasia Gavalas were thrilled to bring the local wellness community together for a healthy, happy cause: the Wing It Project, an area nonprofit that provides empowering experiences for children of all abilities. Sponsors like UnitedHealthcare and BuildTheory helped make this event possible.

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Andrew Lee and Rachel Stratton

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On a perfect summer Saturday, June 10th, Hamptons magazine and New York’s premier bespoke matchmaking club, LastFirst, hosted a sunset cocktail reception in Southampton at the local hot spot Southampton Social Club. Attendees mingled while enjoying signature cocktails, rosé by Whispering Angel, hors d’oeuvres, and a chance to possibly meet their last first date.

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Alison McIntyre, Sandra Habib, Silja Furche, and Julia Kristin

Sarah Elliot, Jess London, and Shaheryar Mian

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Ali Winter and Nicole Taylor

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Anya Firestone, Marisa Hochberg, and Layla Marchetto

Miss Clambake, Jill Fleming, and Connie Cortese

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Montauk Wine Company debuted its highly anticipated Montauk Summer Rosé with a private event at Duryea’s Lobster Deck on Sunday, June 4th. The event was hosted by Hamptons magazine editor-in-chief Samantha Yanks, acclaimed visual artist Michael Dweck, and Montauk Wine Company founder Anneris Blair and consultants Mike Carolan and Mark Blair. Dweck partnered with the company to design the wine’s label, which features his popular 2002 image Getting Wet, from The End: Montauk N.Y., his groundbreaking photographic series exploring the allure of a Montauk summer. Says Anneris Blair, “We wanted a wine to reflect and capture the essence of Montauk and the East End.”


This exceptional 3.6 +/- acre oceanfront property has over 200' of direct ocean frontage on one of Southampton’s most private beaches in the prestigious and notable Murray Compound.

317 MURRAY PLACE S o u t h a m p t o n , N e w Yo r k Oc ean f ro n t, 20 0 ' o f F r o nt a g e, P r iv a t e Pa t h t o B ea ch, 3.6 A cr es, 9,200 SF+/4 Bedrooms, 5 Full & 1 Half Bathrooms, 4 Fireplaces, Heated Pool, Room for Tennis C a p a b l e o f Y i e l d i n g a M a x i m u m C u s t o m i z a b l e Re d e v e l o p m e n t P r o g r a m

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All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker. Architectural renderings may be shown. Photographs may be enhanced and edited for appearance, this pertains to both the subject and neighboring properties. Real estate agents affiliated with Bespoke Real Estate are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Bespoke Real Estate. Bespoke Real Estate LLC is a licensed Real Estate Broker. 903 Montauk Highway, Water Mill NY 11976


INVITED

A Noah Syndergaard baseball helmet up for bids

June Ambrose

The live auction

Matthew and Cindy White

Gotham celebrated the release of its Late Spring issue with cover star Noah “Thor” Syndergaard at an exclusive cocktail party with fellow New York Mets pitcher Robert Gsellman and other VIPs at the new waterfront retreat 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge. The invitation-only affair, presented by Wempe Jewelers, included a silent auction featuring an exclusive Mets game experience, sports memorabilia autographed by Syndergaard, an official team-signed bat, and baseballs each signed by Mets players Jacob deGrom, David Wright, and José Reyes.

Kristin Kelly, MaryBeth Golden, and Damian Irizarry Tinton Huss, Bejamin Shweky, and Gavin Harris

Noah Syndergaard Watches and jewelry from Wempe Jewelers

Spencer Means and Jarrod Guy Randolph Melanie Epstein, Rudy Albers, Raik Krause, and Gregory Rogalski

Stephanie Rizzo, Noah Syndergaard, and Colleen Rizzo

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Helena Krodel, David Allen, and Jessie Merrill

Alexandra Cooper and Noah Syndergaard

PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK SAGLIOCCO/GETTY IMAGES AND KENNY CHEN FOR GOTHAM MAGAZINE

GOTHAM MAGAZINE’S LATE SPRING COVER PARTY


Villa Maria is an iconic 15 acre Hamptons waterfront estate with 1,100’ of bulkhead on Mecox Bay, expansive lawn space, custom pool, tennis court, 20,000 SF+/- main residence and more.

VILLA MARIA Wa t e r M i l l , N e w Yo r k 15 Waterfront Acres, 1,100’ Bulkhead on Mecox Bay, Views of the Atlantic Ocean, 20,000 SF+/- Residence, 11 Bedrooms, 12 Full Bathrooms, Carriage House, Tennis Court, Heated Pool, 2,400 SF+/- Gatehouse, Guest Cottage

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Cod y V ichinsky Lic. Rea l E st a t e S a lesper so n | 6 3 1 . 9 2 6 . 3 9 4 8 | co dy@ be s p o ke r e al e s t at e.co m All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker. Architectural renderings may be shown. Photographs may be enhanced and edited for appearance, this pertains to both the subject and neighboring properties. Real estate agents affiliated with Bespoke Real Estate are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Bespoke Real Estate. Bespoke Real Estate LLC is a licensed Real Estate Broker. 903 Montauk Highway, Water Mill NY 11976


INVITED

Ralph and Lori Mosca with Scott Mitchell and Dr. Aubrey Galloway

Meredith Cohen and Barbara Poliwoda

Sharyn and Glenn Bradford

Mark and Marianne Epley

Nurit Kahane and Paola Bacchini

Raf, Consuelo, Geri, Tracy

Steve and Helena Christianson with Rocco Ancarola

Jared Moses, Shuller Gillard, and DJ Martial

HAMPTONS HEART BALL

David and Jill Kandell

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The American Heart Association’s 21st annual Hamptons Heart Ball was a celebration of creating and sharing, with the evening devoted to the organization’s work and mission, its donors and volunteers, and, most importantly, the lives saved and improved through their efforts. The Hamptons Heart Ball is always a fun, engaging evening that brings community and philanthropic leaders together. More than 400 attendees arrived at the event’s new location, the Southampton Arts Center, and learned how the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke.

Lori Stokes and Harris Faulkner

PHOTOGRAPHY BY PATRICK MCMULLAN & LENNY STUCKER

The 2017 Hamptons Heart Ball committee


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Cod y V i c hi nsk y L ic. Rea l Est a t e S a lesperson | 631.926.3948 | c od y@ b e s p ok e re ale s t at e.c om All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker. Architectural renderings may be shown. Photographs may be enhanced. Real estate agents affiliated with Bespoke Real Estate are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Bespoke Real Estate. Bespoke Real Estate LLC is a licensed Real Estate Broker. 903 Montauk Highway, Water Mill NY 11976


INVITED

Dennis Basso and Cindy Moross

Daniel Thorpe, Christina Thorpe, Kelly Mallinson, Alex Bluedorn, Jane LaGuardia, and Chris LaGuardia

Dara Tomanovich, Charlotte Assaf, Vittorio Assaf Jr., and Vittorio Assaf

DECORATORSDESIGNERS-DEALERS SALE AND AUCTION BENEFIT GALA

Palmer Taipale, Nicole Miller, and Kim Taipale

The 25th annual Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala, which raises funds for the Southampton Fresh Air Home, now in its 116th  year of offering summer camp for physically challenged children, took place on Saturday, June 3rd, on the Fresh Air Home grounds. The event, led by honorary chairmen Nicky Grant and Silke Tsitiridis and chairmen Laura Blair and Susan Nappa Cocke, featured live, silent, and wine auctions and an extraordinary sale of home furnishings and antiques.

Michaela, Lulu, Nadine, Paulina, and Stephan Keszler

John and Melanie Wambold, Nicky Grant, and Bob and Jane Fear

Kimberly Skelton and Bronwen Smith

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Raya Keis Knight and Aida Turturro

Pam Michaelcheck and Danielle Ganek

Laura Blair and Susan Nappa Cocke

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Gale and Dr. Stephen Greenberg


Perfectly sited alongside 400’ of pristine waterfront over 8 park-like acres including recently subdivided nearly 3 acre buildable lot.

NORMANDY HOUSE 4 1 2 & 4 0 8 F I R S T N E C K L A N E , S O U T H A M P TO N , N Y World Class Address with 400’ of Frontage on Lake Agawam, 8.32 Acres Including Recently Subdivided 2.75 Acre Buildable Lot, French Manor Chateau Estate, 8,000 SF+/- Principal Home, Carriage House, Guest Cottage, Pool House, Waterfront Heated Gunite Pool, Sunken Tennis Court Extensively renovated over the last two years by architect/designer Tony Ingrao, Oliver Cope Architects of New York, master builder Ed Bulgin and landscape architect Edmund Hollander.

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Z a cha ry V ichi nsky Lic. Rea l E st a t e Br o k er | 6 3 1 .76 6 .09 4 5 | z ach ar y@ be s p o ke r e al e s t at e.co m Cod y V ichinsky Lic. Rea l E st a t e S a lesper so n | 6 3 1 . 9 2 6 . 3 9 4 8 | co dy@ be s p o ke r e al e s t at e.co m All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker. Architectural renderings may be shown. Photographs may be enhanced. Real estate agents affiliated with Bespoke Real Estate are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Bespoke Real Estate. Bespoke Real Estate LLC is a licensed Real Estate Broker. 903 Montauk Highway, Water Mill NY 11976


INVITED

Dr. Stanley Katz, Edith Katz, John A. Kanas, Elaine Kanas, Peggy McNally Zinberg, Dr. Stanley Zinberg, Sherry Patterson, and Emilie Roy Corey

PECONIC BAY MEDICAL CENTER’S ANNUAL SPRING GALA More than 300 of Long Island’s most civic-minded citizens were on hand on June 3rd for Peconic Bay Medical Center’s Annual Spring Gala to help launch the healthcare system’s New Era Capital Campaign, the largest philanthropy initiative in the hospital’s history. Intended to establish Peconic Bay as the East End’s regional medical center, the campaign supports the development of an advanced heart center, a major critical-care tower, and expanded emergency medical services for the East End. The campaign is already more than 70 percent of the way toward its stated goal of $28 million, having raised more than $20 million in pledged donations from an impressive roster of generous donors. Held at the Royalton Farms Equestrian Center in Mattituck, the gala brought together an assemblage of the East End’s most generous civic and business leaders, some of whom had already made substantial donations to the New Era Capital Campaign.

Carl Marucci, senior director of the New Era Capital Campaign, and Sherry Patterson, chair of Peconic Bay Medical Center

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INVITED Denise and Greg Sulger with Claire Ferarri -Cummins

FERRETTI GROUP SEASON OPENER On Thursday, June 8th, the luxury yacht company Ferretti Group held its Season Opener at the restaurant Prime in Huntington. Guests included generations of Ferretti Group yacht owners, who enjoyed top local seasonal cuisine, including clams, oysters, and lobster. Attendees received personal tours of magnificent yachts while reconnecting with their friends and sipping cocktails as the sun set over Huntington Bay.

Guests enjoyed beautiful hors d’oeuvres

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Some of the magnificent yachts on display


Gary Menzies, Alex Schnepf, and Dr. Lewis Milhim

Victoria and Paul Ranello with Alex Schnepf and Shanti Lakhan

Mr. and Mrs. David Heiden

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Educating the Whole Child for the Whole World Ross School is a co-educational day and boarding school (Pre-Nursery–Grade 12) offering an innovative, integrated curriculum that prepares students to be globally conscious citizens.

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SPIRIT ANIMAL YOUNG ACTIVIST AMANDA HEARST WALKS THE TALK ON ETHICAL FASHION AND ANIMAL RIGHTS.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ZEV STARR-TAMBOR

BY R. COURI HAY

Amanda Hearst’s great-grandfather may be legendary media mogul William Randolph Hearst, but she doesn’t rest on her lineage. The philanthropist, editor, former model, and Water Mill resident also cofounded Maison de Mode, an online retailer of ethically sourced luxury clothing, jewelry, accessories, and home goods. The company brought pop-ups to Bloomingdale’s for Earth Month and provided some of Emma Watson’s allsustainably-sourced wardrobe for the Beauty and the Beast press tour. “It’s been exciting to see celebrities make the statement that they’re going to dress sustainably because they care,” Hearst says. For Hearst and her Maison de Mode cofounder, designer Hassan Pierre, ethical fashion involves vegan materials, sustainable textiles, fair-trade practices, and artisanal and philanthropic sourcing. The company recently presented a trunk show in the Hamptons with the eco-conscious label Tome, raising funds to help fight human trafficking. Hearst’s main charitable focus is animal welfare. She’s a Humane Society board member and founded the organization Friends of Finn to combat inhumane puppy mills after discovering that her own beloved pooch was from an unethical breeder—despite having paperwork to the contrary. “Even if you ask the questions,” she says, “they just lie to you.” Hearst has even participated in five puppy-mill raids with police. On one raid, the enraged owner of the house returned unexpectedly. It was worth the risk, but, she laughs, “I just kept thinking, Isn’t there some law where you can shoot people if they’re on your property?” maison-de-mode.com

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Amanda Hearst in the Felicia dress ($548) from her luxury label Maison de Mode, which embraces the “new economy of change” with a commitment to sustainably and ethically sourced fashions.

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SUPER DU JOUR EMP SUMMER HOUSE WILL HAVE YOUR WHOLE GROUP CROWDED AROUND ITS BUZZY NEW SHARABLE DISH.

Eleven Madison Park’s spin-off summer outpost, EMP Summer House in East Hampton, is the buzz of the season, not least for its mouthwatering signature dish: chef Daniel Humm’s bouillabaisse. Available in the restaurant’s finerdining area, it’s drawing crowds from all over for its perfectly sharable portions and its deliciously fresh seafood (EMP being just a short jog from the ocean). “Bouillabaisse works really well because it’s very flexible on what fish we’re using,” says Humm. The pop-up restaurant, here for the summer while the home base in Manhattan undergoes renovations, offers Humm the ability to cook from a different angle and explore the cuisine of his past in a new way. “Every summer for the past couple of decades, I’ve spent time in Provence,” he says. “It’s a magical place and one of my favorites in the world to visit. And with our being in the Hamptons this year, I wanted to bring a taste of my typical summer to the EMP Summer House. Bouillabaisse is one of those dishes I have such fond memories of—a bounty of super-fresh seafood, vibrant sauce, and great for sharing. It can be a very rustic dish, but we’re serving a more refined version, with some of the components served individually—like the crusted sea bass with chorizo oil and the warm shellfish with broth and herbs, and the warm potatoes and fennel barigoule that are meant to be shared.” 341 Pantigo Road, East Hampton; empsummerhouse.com

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Chef Daniel Humm is bringing a taste of summer in Provence to the Hamptons with his elevated version of bouillabaisse, featuring crusted sea bass with chorizo oil, shellfish, potatoes, and fennel barigoule.

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clockwise from left: Ferretti from Navy Beach; Spicy Paloma from Bell & Anchor; Sunset Spritz from Montauk Yacht Club.

SPARKLING WINE IS THIS SEASON’S GO-TO FOR EFFERVESCENT SUMMER COCKTAILS. BY MATTHEW WEXLER

SUNSET SPRITZ

Bartender Geoffrey Gray from Montauk Yacht Club’s Coast Kitchen starts with orange muddled with Cointreau and peach liqueur, then adds orange-flavored vodka and lemon soda before a quick shake and the addition of green apple, blackberries, and sparkling wine for a bubbly sangria gone wild. 32 Star Island Road, Montauk, 631-668-3100; montauk yachtclub.com SPICY PALOMA

Who says tequila and bubbles can’t be bedfellows? Bell & Anchor’s head bartender, Samantha Duane Finney, combines jalapeño-spiked

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silver tequila with fresh grapefruit and lime juice. Poured into a salt-rimmed glass, then topped with Prosecco, the sweet heat is the perfect thirst quencher with a kick. 3253 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor, 631-725-3400; bellandanchor.com FERRETTI

The age-old question: bubbles or rosé? Navy Beach says have both with its à la piscine (“by the pool”) inspired combination of orange-flavored vodka, rosé, Champagne, and a splash of sweet vermouth. A fresh wedge of blood orange seals the deal as one of summer’s most refreshing cocktails. 16 Navy Road, Montauk, 631-668-6868; navybeach.com

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MIX MASTERS READY TO HAVE A HAND AT MIXING YOUR OWN SPARKLING CREATIONS? HERE ARE THREE LONG ISLAND PRODUCERS WORTH POPPING A CORK OVER: Croteaux Vineyards Cuvée Merlot Sparkling Rosé—Dry and crisp with notes of honeydew and white peach. croteaux.com

Channing Daughters Sylvanus Petillant Naturel—Pinot Grigio, Muscat, and a kiss of Pinot Bianco deliver a bracing and aromatic bubbly. channingdaughters.com Sparkling Pointe Cuvée Carnaval Blancs—Tropical and lush, this effervescent blend finishes with a hint of lychee thanks to a touch of Gewürztraminer added during the end of the winemaking process. sparklingpointe.com

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG (FERRETTI); NATALIA VAN DONINCK (SUNSET SPRITZ); COURTESY OF BELL & ANCHOR (SPICY PALOMA)

TINY BUBBLES, BIG FLAVORS


IN THE RIGHT LIGHT ARTIST MARY HEILMANN SHINES IN A NEW SHOW AT THE FLAVIN INSTITUTE THIS SUMMER. BY STEPHANIE MURG Shine on: Mary Heilmann’s Ray, 2017, part of the “Painting Pictures” exhibition, reflects the artist’s more personal approach to geometric abstraction.

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“With or without color, I never neglect the design,” Dan Flavin once said of the electric-light pieces he constructed from fluorescent tubes and fixtures. The sentiment could just as easily have come from Mary Heilmann, another artist beloved for her dazzling palette. Further connections— and distinctions—between

the two are illuminated in a new exhibition of paintings and ceramics, “Mary Heilmann: Painting Pictures,” opening June 29 at the Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridgehampton. “I wanted to bring Mary into the Dia fold,” says Jessica Morgan, director of the Dia Art Foundation, which maintains the Flavin

Institute. “The pioneering minimalist artists associated with Dia, including Flavin and Donald Judd, were foundational for her.” A California native who studied ceramics and sculpture at Berkeley, Heilmann moved to New York in 1968 and began visiting the East End in the late 1980s, eventually settling in

Bridgehampton and setting up a cozy red-barn studio beside her “hippie house” (what she calls her 1920s Sears & Roebuck special). Heilmann’s approach to geometric abstraction has always been personal, using titles that namecheck popular culture and juicy hues more likely to be inspired by The Simpsons than

PHOTOGRAPHY BY THOMAS MÜLLER, © MARY HEILMANN, COURTESY OF THE ARTIST, 303 GALLERY, NEW YORK, AND HAUSER & WIRTH

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“EVERY PIECE OF ABSTRACT ART THAT I MAKE HAS A BACKSTORY.” —mary heilmann

the Sistine Chapel. “Every piece of abstract art that I make has a backstory,” she has said. Featured in the show are two recently completed paintings inspired by time Heilmann spent with Flavin’s “Icons” series from the early 1960s, when he was beginning to incorporate lights into his work. “Often we associate minimalism with a coldness, a harshness, and industrial production, but there’s also a warmth to the works,” says Morgan. “With Mary’s handmade paintings and ceramics, we’re more aware of the emotional quality, and bringing her work into this new context shows that there are so many qualities they share.” “Mary Heilmann: Painting Pictures” is on view through May 27, 2018, at the Dan Flavin Art Institute, 23 Corwith Ave., Bridgehampton, 631-537-1476; diaart.org

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY BENJAMIN LOZOVSKY/BFA.COM (HEILMANN); THOMAS MÜLLER, © MARY HEILMANN, COURTESY OF THE ARTIST, 303 GALLERY, NEW YORK, AND HAUSER & WIRTH (RED METRIC, GREEN MIRAGE); STEPHEN WHITE, © MARY HEILMANN, COURTESY OF THE ARTIST, 303 GALLERY, NEW YORK, AND HAUSER & WIRTH (THE FIRST VENT)

clockwise from top left: Red Metric, 2015; Green Mirage, 2017; Heilmann (right) with Dia Director Jessica Morgan at this year’s Dia:Beacon Spring Benefit; The First Vent, 1972.


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SOUTHERN ITALY SET IN SOUTHAMPTON RESTAURATEUR GABBY KARAN DE FELICE TAKES TUTTO IL GIORNO TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH A REFRESH OF THE SOUTHAMPTON SPACE AND A NEW URBAN ZEN BOUTIQUE NEXT DOOR.

When you opened Tutto il Giorno in 2011 in Southampton, it immediately became a hot spot. What is the concept behind the brand? Our story began when I met my husband, Gianpaolo, in Italy. We wanted to share our love for the lifestyle and culinary heritage of his home in Southern Italy with my home, New York. The Hamptons became our home away from home with the opening of Tutto Southampton in 2011. We really brought Italy here—including Gianpaolo’s mother, who spent time in the kitchen in our first season, recreating his favorite childhood dishes. This summer, you did some lovely refreshes to the space. Tell us about the changes to the interiors. We wanted to create a synergy between our flagship property in Tribeca and our second home in Southampton.

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We collaborated with the architect Francis D’Haene of D’Apostrophe to create a warm and welcoming environment. I have always been inspired by my mom’s travels around the world to places including Bali and Haiti. The reclaimed Swarovski crystal light fixture is in both of our restaurants above the bar, designed by a local Haitian artisan, Cookie Villiard, that we proudly support through the Urban Zen Foundation (4 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 631-7256176; urbanzen.com). And my favorite, the patio space, has some updates as well? Every year we try to add more light and more greenery—you can never have enough nature! This year we added a whole ivy wall in the patio, inspired by the wall we created in Tribeca. We took over a small space adjacent to the restaurant that we enclosed with

Gabby Karan De Felice's revamped Southampton restaurant is a family affair— including her husband and mother-in-law.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY RUSSELL JAMES

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time I was in, we shared some arancini. Tell us about a few of your favorite menu items. Our menus were inspired by the recipes of Gianpaolo’s mother, Nona Carolina, who really shaped our recipes and our now signature dishes. My favorite dishes of hers and ours have been at Tutto since the beginning. The Penne with Eggplant and Tomatoes is one of my favorites, and the Whole Branzino reminds me of when we would be fishing with Gianpaolo and his mother. We would cook what we caught for dinner that night; it is super clean and fresh and beautiful. My husband used to tease me because I grew up in New York and I never knew that fish had eyes! Nona has influenced the menu and, of course, the divine desserts, correct? Yes! I also love desserts, they are such a big thing in

Italy—they have dessert for breakfast. When Nona spends her summers in the Hamptons with us, she works with our kitchen to make her special Nutella cake, which is my daughter’s favorite. And the wine list is so well rounded. Gianpaolo loves wine. Does he lend a hand in what you serve? Gianpaolo’s favorite part of Tutto il Giorno is entertaining his friends and being able to source some of the wine he loves for the restaurant. He’s constantly looking for great vineyards in Italy that he can then bring back to the states and contribute to the wine list. It’s a part of the business he loves, as it’s true to his heritage. Tutto always feels like family coming together. Tell us a bit about your partners. We love Tutto and what we have built. Along with my close friends and partners,

clockwise from top left: The shaded patio at Tutto Il Giorno; signature dish Penne with Eggplant and Tomatoes; many pieces of décor come from the other Karan's Urban Zen collection.

Gally and David Mayer, we have been able to combine Gianpaolo’s style and culinary history to become the family affair we all always dreamed of in a restaurant. You've lived in East Hampton for countless years. What are your favorite spots to shop and relax? My favorite spots in the past 15 years are my mother’s Urban Zen store in Sag Harbor and—when I'm not

dressed in Urban Zen—I always love beautiful vintage items. Last year at the Hampton Classic I bought a great deep-blue vintage bohemian dress at Joey Wölffer’s Styleliner. I love what she does. Outside my restaurant world I spend most of time at the barn and at horse shows, as my daughter Stefania loves to ride. 56 Nugent St., Southampton, 631-3773611; tuttoilgiorno.com

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY LUCA PIOLTELLI (INTERIOR, EXTERIOR); PAUL WAGTOUICZ (DISH)

greenery, where we offer a small selection of my favorite Urban Zen pieces that are available for sale. Your mother, Donna Karan, also has pieces throughout the restaurant from her Urban Zen collection. Tell us a bit about those. Many of the early pieces from our restaurant came directly from my mother’s Urban Zen collection and her home. I would ‘borrow’ from her and her archives, sometimes without her noticing. I remember when we opened up our Tribeca location, she was entertaining some friends, and I hear a holler saying, “Hey, Gabby, is that the table from my East Hampton home?”—referring to her table that was floating in the center of the dining room. I love that you are always in the restaurant, really taking care of it as the ultimate hostess. Last


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MOKE ’EM IF YOU GOT ’EM THE MUST-HAVE SUNNY DAY RIDE OF CARS ARE THE ’60S AND ’70S, MO HITTING THE ROAD IN THE HAMPTONS THIS SUMMER. BY JEFF DUFOUR

The Hamptons has a lot in common with St-Tropez: the gorgeous beaches, the glamorous, celebrity-studded nightlife—and now, Brigitte Bardot’s favorite car. If you weren’t expecting that last one, it’s understandable. A reborn version of that vehicle just landed on our shores for 2017. It’s called the Moke, and it’s already becoming something of a beach accessory this year. Here are the five things you need to know about the Moke: The British originally intended it as a military vehicle. The thing was, they

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turned to Alec Issigonis, the father of the original Austin Mini, to design it. So before you could sing “Zou Bisou Bisou,” the beach-ready four-wheelers were popping up in St. Barth’s and St-Tropez. Like a Jeep with a taste for frogs’ legs. This time around, it’s all American. Todd Rome, the founder of Blue Star Jets, resurrected the brand, now available only in the US. American celebrities have already gotten in on the act; we hear Kris Jenner ordered a pink one. And this time, it’s electric, too. The lithium or gel battery (your choice)

charges from any standard household plug in six to 10 hours. You can customize the hell out of it. Eight colors (even camouflage) are on the menu, as are three color choices for the removable tops and sides (not that you’ll ever want to put those back on). Tip: Splurge for the upgraded stereo with a USB port. It’s not built for the interstate, as it tops out at 25 miles per hour. Perfect for getting you to those sand dunes... less perfect for darting through traffic on the LIE. mokeinterna tional.com

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It’s electric: The customizable Moke is this season’s ultimate beach accessory.


clockwise from top right: A beekeeper inspects the frames of a hive; available throughout the East End, Bonac Bees’ award-winning honey is only minimally processed and never heated; a Langstroth hive in a pollinator-friendly flower garden.

HIVE MENTALITY “BUZZY” TAKES ON NEW MEANING AT EAST HAMPTON’S BONAC BEES, WHERE BEEKEEPER DEBORAH KLUGHERS IS BUSY UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF LOCAL HONEY. BY CAMILLE CAUTI

Hamptons: Congrats on your award-winning honey. Deborah Klughers: “I have the pollen in my honey analyzed. Raw local honey works wonders for seasonal allergies. I put it in coffee, cereal, salads— you name it. I’ve made some mighty fine mead that has also won awards!” What do you tell people who fear bees? “Honey bees aren’t aggressive. They die after they sting! But they may sting to defend the colony. They

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often give warnings, like bumping into you or lining up together and staring you down. Although I don’t want them to die, I do welcome stings. The venom treats many ailments. I don’t get stung enough!” There’s so much dire news about wild bees. “In 2016, seven species were placed on the US endangered list. The rusty patched bumble bee, once common in our area, was added in 2017. Its population declined by almost 90

percent in 20 years! Honey bees pollinate a third of our food; if we lose them, the food supply will be directly affected.” How can people help? “Learn about beekeeping and start a hive, plant flowers that bloom in all seasons, leave some of your property wild, buy local honey, and don’t use chemical insecticides, herbicides, or fungicides. If you spot a swarm, or a colony moves in, don’t kill them—call a beekeeper!” bonacbees.com 

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SCENE CUI-SCENE Grilling doesn’t have to mean burgers and hot dogs, especially in the Hamptons, where local chefs are elevating summer’s favorite cooking technique.

GRILL, BABY, GRILL! EAST END CHEFS TURN UP THE HEAT ON OPEN-FLAME FAVORITES THAT ARE SURE TO SPARK YOUR APPETITE.

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Chef Gregory L. Grossman, the owner of Oreya, relies on olive wood to accentuate the Mediterranean flavors of his grilled branzino. Marinated simply with olive oil, salt, and pepper, the whole fish is then stuffed with Meyer lemon and rosemary before hitting the grill. For an accompaniment, Grossman riffs on the classic French leeks vinaigrette by first charring the leeks, then serving them with a light herb persillade sauce. 281 County Road 39A, Southampton, 631-5009055; oreyahamptons.com

At Claude’s, the Southampton Inn’s new restaurant, chef Deb Gangale draws inspiration from the bounty of summer. She grills herb-marinated local vegetables, including eggplant, zucchini, squash, carrot, asparagus, red onion, and a rainbow of peppers, then layers them with silky mozzarella and pesto mayonnaise—all piled high on a ciabatta roll from Wenner Bakery. 91 Hill St., Southampton, 631-283-6500; southamptoninn.com/dining

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SCENE CUI-SCENE clockwise from top left: Oreya’s whole grilled branzino; smoked duck breast from Fresno; the grilled octopus at Ruschmeyer’s.

Grill to Perfection Planning on grilling at home? Red|Bar Brasserie chef Todd Jacobs has some advice. 1. The thicker and denser the product, the more seasoning it requires. A two-inchthick strip steak needs enough salt and pepper to cover its outside for optimal flavor, while a thin slice of zucchini requires very little. 2. Move your food only when it releases easily, then rotate it a quarterturn for the classic “quadrillage” hatched grill marks.

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It takes Fresno’s chef, Gretchen Menser, three days to prepare her smoked Hudson Valley duck breast, a process that begins with a 72-hour cure of sugar, salt, citrus zest, coriander, and black pepper. The duck is smoked over hardwood on the cold side of a covered outdoor grill, then accompanied by grilled cantaloupe and firecracker mizuna. 8 Fresno Pl., East Hampton,

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Chef Scott Kampf applies his farm-to-table cooking style to rustic Mexican fare at Union Cantina. One of his signature dishes, Churrasco Abodobo a la Parilla, features grilled, marinated skirt steak served with mashed boniato (Caribbean sweet potato), grilled asparagus, and tomatillo salsa for a punch of tartness

and acidity. 40 Bowden Sq., Southampton, 631-377-3500; unioncantina.net NEW IN TOWN

Ruschmeyer’s is welcoming a new executive chef, Savannah Jordan, whose menu is exclusively locally sourced. Among the summer standouts is grilled octopus with chili sauce, garlic chips, celery, and herbaceous micro shiso. 161 Second House Road, Montauk; ruschmeyersmtk.com

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Union Cantina‘s grilled marinated skirt steak.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC STRIFFLER (FRESNO); GORDON M. GRANT/NY TIMES (OREYA)

IT TAKES FRESNO’S CHEF, GRETCHEN MENSER, THREE DAYS TO PREPARE HER SMOKED HUDSON VALLEY DUCK BREAST.

3. Marinating a cut like London broil, leg of lamb, or chicken thigh will tenderize the meat and keep it moist while grilling. A combination of ketchup, oil, and soy sauce is a great base marinade.


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ART ATTACK MAR ET ART + DESIGN RETURNS WITH A MUST-SEE MIX OF WORK FROM EMERGING, ESTABLISHED, AND HIGHLY ESTEEMED ARTISTS.

The seventh edition of the art fair Market Art + Design, running from July 6 to 9 at the Bridgehampton Museum, includes a program of live music, but the visual jazz of Larry Rivers is what visitors will encounter first. The Los Angeles gallery 101/Exhibit has secured a prime front booth, which it’s devoting to the 50-year Southampton resident and his exuberant improvisations: a shapeshifting anti-style that Rivers once described as “the mixture of grand art and absurdity.” Between those two poles, great art fairs flourish. Market Art + Design—launched in 2010 as artMRKT Hamptons

and operated by Max Fishko and Jeffrey Wainhause’s Art Market Productions—embraces that mix, showcasing modern and contemporary work along with a selection of design, ranging from Midcentury Modern furniture to estate jewelry. This year, more than 60 exhibitors will fill two pavilions set up between the bustling center of Bridgehampton and its placid potato fields. “We’re very excited to be the longest-running fair out East,” says director Kelly Freeman, who has added some first-time participants—such as the Paris-based Nil Gallery, Brooklyn’s Space 776, and Aureus

MORE THAN 60 EXHIBITORS WILL FILL TWO PAVILIONS SET UP BETWEEN THE BUSTLING CENTER OF BRIDGEHAMPTON AND ITS PLACID POTATO FIELDS.

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Contemporary, a collective from Providence, Rhode Island—to beloved locals like Vered Gallery, Lawrence Fine Art, and RJD Gallery. “We like to think of ourselves as a single stop for a variety of acquisitions—and a great place to get a sense of what’s happening in the art market.” “The fair feels like a true community event, where we get to spend time with

local art lovers,” says Celeste Kaufman of Bridgehampton’s Kathryn Markel Fine Arts. The gallery is bringing Deborah Zlotsky’s vibrant abstractions, which were inspired by a garage-sale purchase of striped 1970s bedsheets. According to the artist, “The rich colors and repetitive patterns triggered a synesthetic response, recalling my earliest memories of space, light, and move-

top: Dana Oldfather, Raspberries 1, 2015, Kathryn Markel Fine Arts. above: Andy Gershon, Untitled (Hamptons), 2016,

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Castor Gallery. left: Deborah Zlotsky, Nature giveth, taketh, etc., 2017, Kathryn Markel Fine Arts.

beaches. “The idea behind these is to focus on the random beauty that waves create,” explains gallery director Justin deDemko. Helping visitors savor the splashy images will be new concessionaire CoCo & Co., purveyor of “refreshing drinking coconuts.” “They travel around the country to all our fairs and have become a fan favorite,” says Freeman. “They add a tropical element to the show.” Rivers would surely approve. Bridgehampton Museum, 2368 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton; artmarkethamptons.com

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ment, and a childhood when sleep came easily.” Stunning vistas will be on view both inside and outside the tents. Sundaram Tagore Gallery is showcasing Japanese painter Hiroshi Senju, best known for his waterfall and cliff images. “Senju combines traditional Japanese techniques with his unique minimalist visual language,” explains Tagore. “He is deeply immersed in ecology and the veneration of natural wonders.” Soho’s Castor Gallery adds a local touch with Andy Gershon’s photographs of Hamptons


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Green papaya salad at Lucky Bee.

Barba Bianca chef Frank DeCarlo.

Fried chicken from The Halyard.

DESTINATION: GREENPORT A FLURRY OF RESTAURANT OPENINGS MAKES THE NORTH FORK ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING FOOD STOPS OUT EAST. BY BAO ONG

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The Lucky Bee returns for weekend pop-ups at Bruce & Son. Rupert Noffs and Matty Bennett offer a Southeast Asianinspired menu: grilled shrimp spiked with green chilis, local vegetables bathed in green curry, and poached lobster wrapped in betel leaves. The Lucky Bee, 208 Main St., Greenport, 844364-4286; luckybeenyc.com At the Sound View Inn, a renovated 1950s motel houses The Halyard. Galen Zamarra, chef-owner of NYC’s Mas (Farmhouse), spotlights American classics (lobster rolls, fried chicken, steaks). “It’s so beautiful and low key out here,” says the James Beard Award winner. “I was surprised a lot of New Yorkers didn’t know about this area, but it’s quickly changing.” The Halyard, 58755 Rte. 48, Greenport, 631-477-0666; soundviewgreenport.com

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The scungilli at the seafoodfocused Barba Bianca.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY FILIP WOLAK (LUCKY BEE); ZU (BARBA BIANCA); PAUL BRISSMAN (THE HALYARD)

If the North Fork food scene has an epicenter, it’s Greenport. Once a whaling town and shipbuilding hub, Greenport is surrounded by organic farms, award-winning vineyards, and teeming waters. Its latest transformation? Culinary hot spot. Frank DeCarlo, chef-owner of Peasant in Manhattan, long dreamed of opening a restaurant here. When the former Scrimshaw space became available, he jumped at the chance to take over the red waterfront barn. His Barba Bianca focuses on local seafood, featuring ingredients like eel and conch. “I want to keep things very, very simple,” says DeCarlo, who owns a house on Shelter Island. “I’ll take my truck and go to the farm and collect everything for the night. I’ll feel like I’m in heaven.” Barba Bianca, 102 Main St., Greenport, 631-333-2600; barbabiancany.com


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THIS SEASON, BRITISH MUSICIAN TOM WARDLE SETTLES DOWN IN SAG HARBOR. BY SAMANTHA YANKS

The minute I heard your acoustic rock ’n’ roll-meets-pop-andsoul vibe, I knew your sound would be perfect for summer nights in the Hamptons. Tell me what you have in the pipeline for this summer. So far, lots of events, private parties, and beach clubs, including an event at the Parrish Art Museum, which looks like a fantastic venue. I’m excited to announce that I’ll be starting a weekly residency at the Bridgehampton Inn, too, playing an acoustic set outside in the summer evenings from 6 pm to 10 pm every Thursday, kicking off June 15th. I’ll also be making an appearance or two at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard and 668 The Gig Shack, out in Montauk. As an Englishman moving to Sag Harbor, how has it been? What was the motivation? I wanted a new challenge after London, and it’s long been an ambition of mine to bring my music to the US. I arrived early June, and already it feels like home. Everyone has been so welcoming, friendly, and enthusiastic. That’s the difference between the Americans and the English, I find, and it’s part of why I wanted to come here. It feels really good to have the opportunity to be in the Hamptons and showcasing what it is I do best: performing live and entertaining crowds. Last summer I visited Montauk and was determined to come back and be part of it all this summer. It is such a great scene in the Hamptons, and totally different Tom Wardle has played over 1,400 gigs in his decade-plus of performing and knows more than 400 songs—a repertoire he’ll be digging into on the East End all summer long.

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“I’M ORIGINALLY FROM NOTTINGHAM, LANDLOCKED IN THE MIDDLE OF ENGLAND, SO BEING BY THE BEACH IS A VERY WELCOME CHANGE INDEED!”—tom wardle

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Although he has performed all over the world, Wardle has chosen the Hamptons to be his home base this summer—and the inspiration to finish writing his first full-length album.

from anything over in the UK, I feel. I felt there was definitely a market for my music here, so that in itself was motivation enough. I’m originally from Nottingham, landlocked in the middle of England, so being by the beach is a very welcome change indeed! This summer you’ll be writing your debut album in Sag Harbor. What a wonderful place to find inspiration. What made you fall in love with the area? What a beautiful place— very Old World and charming. I love the architecture and seeing the flags hanging from the buildings. It’s a very pretty place indeed, especially down by the harbor. The sunsets down at Long Beach, too—just perfect. I think turning the old Art Deco cinema into an arts center is a fantastic idea and will be an important addition to the town and another focal point for it. I’m told that Sag Harbor is a favorite haunt of artists and writers in the Hamptons, so it’s a nice

twist of fate that I’ve ended up here, too, to use the area as a source of inspiration. I’ve released EPs and had some great radio play back in the UK, so I’m using the time here to get my new ideas down and get the album finished being written and see how I fare stateside. I’ve read recently that Sag Harbor was named one of the happiest seaside towns in the US—which ironically upset some of the locals! I’ve not been here very long at all, but I’m looking forward to getting to know the area and meet all of these happy people! You live in London and have played everywhere from Paris to Geneva to the Turks and Caicos. What are some hits you plan on covering this summer in the Hamptons? I’m very fortunate. I’ve played some great parties and events in some beautiful homes and venues around the world these past three or four years, and I’m thrilled that I can now add the Hamptons to that list. I enjoy covering songs you wouldn’t expect to be done on acoustic guitar, so for example you might hear me playing “Raspberry Beret” by Prince, followed by “The Boys Are Back in Town” by Thin Lizzy. Part of what makes my job so enjoyable is having people come and shout requests out to me: “Anything by The Weeknd?” You got it. “Any Motown?” Of course! It keeps me on my toes and keeps things fresh. Be sure to check out Tom Wardle on iTunes and Spotify and at tomwardle.co.uk.

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AN EPIC DECADE THE SURF LODGE CELEBRATES AN IMPRESSIVE MILESTONE WITH A ROSTER OF BIG-NAME SUMMER PERFORMERS. BY TIM LATTERNER

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“SINCE DAY ONE, IT HAS REALLY BEEN ABOUT

The Surf Lodge is a familiar hangout for Hamptonites, from the friendly lobby (above) to the busy beach (below).

CREATING CULTURAL EXPERIENCES. HOPEFULLY, IT HAS JUST GOTTEN BETTER.” —JAYMA CARDOSO

Surf Lodge owner Jayma Cardoso.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY EMILY WINIKER (ENTRANCE; CROWD); GREG KESSLER (CARDOSO); COURTESY OF THE SURF LODGE (EXTERIOR)

For the past ten years, in-the-know Hamptonites looking for the perfect night out have flocked to The Surf Lodge. Celebrating its 10th anniversary this summer, the hotel-restaurant-music-venue remains at the heart of Montauk’s party scene, hosting fun-filled nights at its popular bar. “Since Day One, it has really been about creating cultural experiences. Hopefully, it has just gotten better,” says owner Jayma Cardoso. Looking toward the future, Cardoso says, “The next 10 years is really about continuing to grow and become a valued member of the Montauk community. But, for now, it’s really about creating and sharing experiences with our guests and focusing on what we do.” Pulling out all the stops for the anniversary this summer, The Surf Lodge is bringing in big-name performers such as Ben Harper, Kurt Vile, and Lupe Fiasco. Throughout the week, the restaurant is still flooded with locals and celebrities, all ordering the freshly caught seafood. In an area that’s very aware when an establishment “just isn’t working,” this spot’s impressive run means that, so far, it must be doing something right. Here’s to 10 more years of fun! 183 Edgemere St., 631-483-5037; thesurflodge.com


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WOW-FACTOR GIRL THE ART WORLD IS OBSESSED WITH ISABELLE BSCHER, WHOM YOU CAN SPOT GALA-HOPPING ACROSS THE EAST END ALL SUMMER LONG. BY R. COURI HAY

“Robert Wilson inspires so many people around him,” says Isabelle Bscher, the chic Swiss gallerist and art historian who summers in the Hamptons and is the art world’s new It girl. The artists that Wilson brings to his Watermill Center learn from him, she explains. “He gives them a new perspective, and I think it’s something that will further their careers. It’s a unique experience to stay with him.” Bscher knows about artists, as she is the third generation to help run Galerie Gmurzynska, the gallery founded by her grandmother Antonina Gmurzynska, now with four locations in Switzerland. They represent major contemporary artists like Picasso, Miró, Christo, and Louise Nevelson, as well as Karl Lagerfeld’s photography, Sylvester Stallone’s paintings, and architects Zaha Hadid and Richard Meier, who has used the gallery’s catalogues in his collages and who once designed their booth at Art Basel Miami Beach, where Galerie Gmurzynska will be returning this December. Bscher is a supporter of the Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction, and first started attending the annual summer gala as a child with her mother, Krystyna Gmurzynska, who took over the gallery after her own mother’s death in 1985. She hasn’t decided yet what she’ll wear to this year’s event, on

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The art world’s new It girl, Swiss gallerist and art historian Isabelle Bscher, describes her generation as increasingly engaged with making a difference.

July 29, but with its “Fly into the Sun” theme, she’s considering something bright. “It reminds me of the opera Victory over the Sun, since it’s similar times,” Bscher says, referring to the Russian Revolution-era avant-garde opera. Bscher’s other charitable passion is animal welfare, and she supports the Southampton Animal Shelter, whose benefit is on July 8. “Animals can’t defend themselves, and unfortunately some people are cruel to them,” she says, adding that she has a small dog whom she loves very much. “Other animals that don’t have that lucky circumstance need help. The shelter placed over 900 dogs last year, so they’re doing great work.” Her pooch, Lolly, goes everywhere with her. “She just suffered because I brought her all over America, so she was quite jet-lagged,” Bscher laughs. She herself became aware of the importance of philanthropy at a young age, participating in anti-hunger marches as a schoolgirl in Cologne, Germany, where the gallery had its start. Her family makes donations to museums and institutions around the world, including the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Sheba Medical Center in Israel, to which they just contributed a Jean Pigozzi photograph. She believes that millennials are becoming more involved in giving back as they enter adulthood. “Definitely, I have friends that are very charitable and they’re supporting causes. It’s not hard to see why,” Bscher says. “Everybody has something that’s very close to their hearts, like their family is touched by illness or depression, and I think people try to give back to the cause that’s close to them.” 

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SCENE NOW OPEN Cynthia Neuendorf in the gallery of The Artist Study, where visitors can also watch artists at work and take classes. below: Grief I and Grief II by Karen Kaapcke.

COMMUNITY ON CANVAS QUOGUE’S CYNTHIA NEUENDORF HAS CREATED AN ARTISTS’ SALON FOR TODAY’S EAST END. BY JULIE EARLE-LEVINE PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG

For more than two centuries, the shimmering light and sublime vistas of the Hamptons have made it a vibrant gathering place for artists, gallerists, and art lovers, but now Cynthia Neuendorf wants to bring them all under one roof. Her new gallery, The Artist Study, is not only an exhibition space but also a working studio, as well as a classroom where anyone can pick up a brush and learn from the area’s most accomplished artists. A Quogue resident and a Hamptonite for 17 years, Neuendorf wants her space to serve as a sort of 21st-century artists’ salon, where painters, sculptors, writers, musicians, and other artists, as well as members 140  HAMPTONS-MAGAZINE.COM

of the community, can congregate. “We are on a very specific mission,” she says, “to educate, inspire, and foster an art community through professional programs of study and art exhibitions that promote the creative process as an important role in growth and progress.” Neuendorf, who studied fashion design, has deep ties to the artistic community of the Hamptons. She sold art at the Grenning Gallery in Sag Harbor before launching the Sag Harbor Fine Arts Center on Rose Street and now The Artist Study. At its opening in April, some 100 guests viewed works by Megan K. Euell, a young artist


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Hard at work at The Artist Study is master shoemaker Francis Waplinger, whose bespoke oxfords, derbies, and loafers (right) start at $3,000. below: A studio at The Artist Study.

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who studied at the Florence Academy of Art, and Timothy McGuire. Many of the gallery’s artists will also be teaching classes and workshops, such as a recent Figure Drawing & Painting Intensive with Euell and a landscape painting class at Wölffer Estate Vineyard. There will also be yoga classes, workshops in creative expression and healing arts—even a leather artist crafting bespoke shoes: Visitors can watch Francis Waplinger at his workbench fashioning madeto-measure shoes for men and women, including oxfords, derbies, and loafers that start at $3,000. “The idea is to have a very sustainable gallery,” says Neuendorf, “not just paintings flying out the door, but people to invest

in the movement of what we’re doing and in the artists themselves.” Guests can contemplate the art from the antique chairs that Neuendorf has collected, or they can pick up one of the small sketches arranged on tables and feel the artist’s work in their hands. “We wanted to make it accessible and for people to understand how this art is made,” she says. One of the things she loves about Europe, Neuendorf adds, is that “if you go to the Louvre and you’re a woman with two kids, you’re pushed to the front of the line. They understand the importance of kids seeing fine art and materials and how that affects them. We are striving for that here.” 25 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-6435514; theartiststudy.com

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PARTY PEOPLE ENTERTAINING EXPERT CHANGES UP CLASSIC DRINKS TO SUIT ANY OCCASION IN HIS NEW BOOK, COCKTAIL CHAMELEON.

Party planning—the Hamptons’ unofficial sport—has a range of playing fields, from beach bonfires in Montauk to white-tablecloth dinners in Southampton. So choosing the right cocktail can be tricky. In Cocktail Chameleon (Assouline), mixologist and event planner Mark Addison takes the stress out of customizing the perfect drink for any event. “It’s called entertaining for a reason,” he says. “You should get to have fun while you do it!” Addison has spent years honing his skills for a wide variety of occasions. “I created the Provence Champagne Cocktail for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding,” he notes. “It has great flavors of lavender and can also be served at a simple alfresco dinner party. It’s really flexible.” His other favorites include largerformat drinks perfect for big parties, when filling a pitcher means you don’t have to spend all night mixing drinks behind the bar. “The white Sangria Flora has elderflower liqueur,” he says. “The garnishes make it stand out: Chopped fruit soaked overnight leaves a boozy treat when it’s done.” Addison also dispenses advice on glassware. Ideal for outdoor soirées, plastic alternatives to glass have come a surprisingly long way, he points out, including “disposables that don’t have the stigma of a Solo cup or those plastic tumblers that always splinter.” And framing your drink with the right shape of glass is important: “I call it the cocktail attire for your cocktail.” Cocktail Chameleon (Assouline, $50) is available at bookstores and at markaddison.com.

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ABOVE: One of 12 cocktails that Mark Addison transforms into a dozen varieties each in his new book (RIGHT), this Sangria Flora offers a “boozy treat” in the form of chopped fruit soaked overnight.

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SUMMER DREAMIN’ BUSINESS MAVERICK ARI AC ERMAN, FOUNDER OF BUN , ACHIEVED RUNAWAY SUCCESS BY APPLYING TECH SMARTS TO HIS LIFELONG LOVE FOR CAMP CULTURE.

Ari Ackerman lets kids and parents share the experience of summer camp via Bunk 1. below, from left: Camp Brookwoods; Camp Settoga, JCC Manhattan.

Your kids are away at camp. Do you check online to view pics of them at swim lessons or singing songs around the fire? If so, you can thank Ari Ackerman. The Manhattan-based philanthropist’s Bunk1 is the online portal of choice for camps. Ackerman conceived the idea in 1999 while studying management at Northwestern. Eager to grant parents a peek into their children’s camp lives while keeping kids free to play and bond, he graduated hell-bent on bringing Bunk1 to life. When venture capitalists failed to see the potential, Ackerman drove cross-country, connecting with camp owners and building grassroots enthusiasm. He raised enough money to get Bunk1 going at about 60 camps. Parents were soon sending BunkNotes, to be printed out and distributed in-cabin, and viewing passwordprotected photos. “It was a one-way window,” Ackerman says. “Parents wanted to know their child was okay, and it kept the kids off the computer while at camp. It brought technology without interrupting the magic.” Bunk1 has since served more than 5 million customers, delivered 25 million BunkNotes, and posted over 35 million images. New services followed, including online camp reservations, a medical database, and technology that digitizes kids’ handwritten letters. Ackerman recently sold the company for $10 million and is focusing on his next venture, Jewish dating app Tribe. But Ackerman will always be Bunk1’s doting dad. “I’m so proud,” he says, “that Bunk1 truly helps people.” bunk1.com

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SCENE CHEF’S TABLE Hampton Clambake’s to-go package offers the same first-class fare as its catered clambakes, including fresh lobster, mussels, steamers, and corn.

HAPPY AS CLAMS ’S CATERED BEACH PARTIES NOW COME IN A DO-IT-YOURSELF PACKAGE FOR THE PERFECT SMALL GET-TOGETHER.

The best place for any casual summer soirée is in the open air with a salty ocean breeze blowing, and the popular local caterer Hampton Clambake has been driving its kitchen trailers right onto the beach for more than 25 years. But now the company is offering the same beachy feasts in a ready-made to-go package. While its catered parties are designed for large groups, the to-go packages are ideal for gatherings of 15 people or fewer, are priced at a reasonable $59 per person, and can be picked

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up from the kitchen at Bay Kitchen Bar, Hampton Clambake’s sister company. “The minimum number of staff I can send to a party is three, which costs about $600. For a smaller party, that’s a huge per-person expense in addition to the menu,” says Marc Miller, Bay Kitchen Bar’s general manager and director of events. “So we said, ‘Why don’t we just have them pick up the food and go out to the beach wherever they want?’” But don’t expect the smaller size to mean a reduction in quality.

“The to-go clambakes offer a pared-down menu,” says Miller, “with guacamole and salsa with chips as a starter, the Hampton Clambake from our regular menu—lobster, mussels, steamers, and corn—and handmade strawberry shortcake for dessert.” Putting together the perfect impromptu party just got a whole lot easier—and the food a lot more delicious. Bay Kitchen Bar and Hampton Clambake, 39 Gann Road, East Hampton, 631-3248620; hampton clambake.com

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A SPECK OF GOOD FORTUNE MONTAUK FISHERMEN JOHN ALDRIDGE TURN A AND HARROWING TALE OF SURVIVAL INTO A SUMMERTIME PAGE-TURNER. BY STEPHANIE MURG

from top: Coauthors John Aldridge (left) and Anthony Sosinski; the Anna Mary at her slip at the town dock in Montauk (note the open stern).

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A real-life survival tale stands out in this summer’s sea of beach reads, and the harrowing story unfolds about 40 miles from the East End—in the middle of the Atlantic. A Speck in the Sea, published by Weinstein Books (a film adaptation is in the works), recounts a nightmare scenario on the high seas, as Montauk fisherman John Aldridge

III is thrown off the back of the Anna Mary in the middle of the night of July 24, 2013, as his fishing partner and best friend (and coauthor) Anthony Sosinski sleeps below deck. Aldridge recalls his fateful plunge, the ensuing panic, and the combination of resolve and ingenuity that propelled the Long Island native to

endure 12 hours afloat in the open ocean. His observations are often as vivid as they are chilling. “You forget that you hear waves only when they ride up on the shore,” Aldridge notes once his boat (steaming away on autopilot, bound for lobster traps) is out of sight. “In the middle of the ocean you hear nothing. The silence is deafening.” More than a memoir, the book blends Aldridge’s first-person account with that of the inspiring search-andrescue mission that unfolded on shore, galvanizing not only the Coast Guard but also the tight-knit Montauk fishing community. “We were determined not to quit till we found him,” explains Jason Rodocker, the Coast Guard operations specialist who coordinated the effort, which included 21 commercial vessels that volunteered to join the search, “and he kept himself alive long enough for us to do so.” Aldridge and Sosinski will be signing copies of A Speck in the Sea at Book Hampton on July 13 at 5 pm.

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DOG STAR FOR ANIMAL-RIGHTS ACTIVIST ELIZABETH SHAFIROFF, PHILANTHROPY IS ALL IN THE FAMILY.

“The Southampton Animal Shelter is doing so many great things,” says Elizabeth Shafiroff, a junior chair of the organization’s Unconditional Love Gala, to be held July 8. “They take dogs from all over the country and Puerto Rico,” she explains. “They really go out of their way to find them a loving home.” Shafiroff is excited to put her estimable energy into this worth­ while benefit—and not just because her mother, prolific philanthropist Jean Shafiroff, will be an honoree. Elizabeth got her mom involved with the shelter in the first place. “I introduced her to the importance of helping not just people but animals,” she says. In turn, she credits her mom with getting her excited about charitable causes as a child, when she was enlisted to help bake “thousands” of brownies for a school fundraiser. More recently, Shafiroff cofounded Global Strays, a group providing aid to animal­rescue workers in such countries as Nicaragua and Costa Rica. And as a photojournalist, she has made activism a career priority by focusing on repeat incarceration. “A lot of programs in New York are working to end this cycle of young people getting recycled back into the criminal justice system,” she says. Encouraging other millennials’ involvement in social causes is also crucial. “Once you start thinking outside yourself,” Shafiroff says, “that emptiness that some people have inside kind of goes away. Life becomes a lot more whole and full.” The Unconditional Love Gala takes place Saturday, July 8, at a private estate in Southampton; visit southampton animalshelter.com for tickets.

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Unconditional Love Gala junior chair Elizabeth Shafiroff cofounded Global Strays, which helps animal-rescue workers in countries like Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

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What originally brought you out East? And why the North Fork? It’s such a beautiful part of the country. I love being out here. The North Fork has a chill vibe, and I love being next to such great farms and vineyards. What’s new in the AC empire of restaurants? I just opened a beautiful hotel in Baltimore with

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Montage Hotels & Resorts. It’s a stunning property built on a historical pier. Baltimore has a cool gritty vibe that is rich in history. Would you ever open out East? Part of me would love to as the produce and the fish are amazing, but most of me does not, as I really come out here to chill and not worry about a restaurant. What are you drink-

ing this summer? My drink of this summer is Botanist Gin, tonic, sliced Meyer lemon, lemon, and thyme from the garden, over ice. Now that you’re a local on the North Fork, do you have a favorite spot to eat? Cacci for high-end Italian is great, Noah’s for fish, and North Fork Oysters for a quick dozen. North Fork Food

Truck is consistently awesome, too. Any great fishing spots (that you will share)? I’m not a very good fisherman yet, but I try. I hit some good fluke last year at The Ruins. What is your favorite place to pick up ingredients? The Farm Beyond and 8 Hands Farm are both amazing and world class.

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from left: Andrew Carmellini enjoys the North Fork’s chill vibe; the chef’s rack of lamb glazed with citrus and vinegar from his Urban Italian cookbook.

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CATCH A RISING STAR HAKE IS RAPIDLY BECOMING THE FAVORED FISH FOR THE SEASON’S BEST DISHES.

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Lately, a seafood lover is bound to find on any East Hampton menu a newly indemand fish: hake. “It’s going to be the most popular fish at the best restaurants this year,” says Peter Callahan, the owner and creative director of Peter Callahan Catering (137 W 25th St. #4, New York NY, 212-327-1144; petercallahan.com). This first cousin of cod has a

delicate flavor and meaty texture that makes it perfect for grilling or sautéing, adds Callahan, who often serves it with fresh vegetables. At Coast Kitchen at the Montauk Yacht Club (32 Star Island Road, Montauk, 631-668-3100; montaukyachtclub.com), chef Josef Bruno gently poaches hake in a fragrant butter spiked with star anise, cinnamon, peppercorns, and thyme,

before placing the filet on a bed of risotto and baby vegetables. Bruno likes hake, not only for its flavor, but also because it can be fished sustainably. At Dock to Dish (6 S. ElmwoodAve.,Montauk,917853-8559; docktodish.com) the Montauk-based fishery that connects chefs with fishermen, hake is one of the top five fish caught off the Hamptons shores. Of

the nearly 27 million pounds of commercially caught fish in New York state, about 1.5 million pounds is hake, notes cofounder Sean Barrett. “We are certainly seeing more hake dishes on the menu,” says Barrett. “But otherwise, folks still aren’t really aware of what a local treasure hake truly is. It won’t be long until they catch on.”

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top left:What the hake? This often-ignored fish is starting to attract top chefs; top right: Seared Hake on lemon mint puree with early radish and wild onion shoots, grilled zucchini, yellow squash and heirloom tomatoes from Peter Callahan Catering; inset: Peter Callahan.


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home for 40 years. “We wanted a cultural restoration of our village and to provide some kind of stimulation for the community and boost the economy.” Clearly there was an appetite for the programming that SAC offers—art exhibits, live music, Friday film nights (in collaboration with the Hamptons International Film Festival), and much more. The center also has programming partnerships with the International Center of Photography, the New York Academy of Art, Bay Street Theater, and Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, among other organizations. “On opening night in 2012, there were 600 to 800 people there for the launch,” Levinson recalls. “I turned to David Michalek, one of the artists whose

The pas de deux in the ballet After the Rain, as seen in the documentary Restless Creature, which will be screened at SAC on August 28, followed by a Q&A with dancer Wendy Whelan. below: Bruce Nauman, Untitled (Hand Pair) No. 1, 1996.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY PAUL KOLNICK (BALLET); MADISON FENDER (SCULPTURE)

Back in 2010, when assorted members of the Southampton community decided to convert the 15,000-square-foot building that had housed the departing Parrish Art Museum into a cultural center, there were more than a few skeptics. But the group, led by Mayor Mark Epley, persevered, and today the Southampton Arts Center is celebrating its fifth year and offering 120 programs that appeal to people of all ages and demographics. “We didn’t want it to become another Rite Aid,” says Simone Levinson, one of the center’s cofounding chairs and now a cochair of its board of directors, about the landmarked building in the heart of Southampton Village, an area she has called


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exhibits we had up, and said, ‘This is what impossible looks like. I’ve been told for two years that this is impossible, so now I know, this is what it looks like.’ It was a great moment. We’ve gone from skepticism and resignation to an abundance of gratitude. Our first season we had 10,000 people come through our doors;

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last year we had 35,000 people come through our doors. We are a great illustration of the little engine that could.” Indeed, SAC continues to grow and expand its reach and is now open year-round. “These first four years have set the stage for what is sure to be an incredible fifth season,” says Amy Kirwin,

the center’s director of programs. “Our unique approach to programming by partnering with many other institutions and individuals has allowed us to present a diverse lineup of offerings for all ages and interests. Southampton Arts Center is truly the hub of Southampton Village and is becoming one of the

most popular destinations for arts and entertainment in the region.” Levinson, although optimistic, was initially wary of calling SAC a true success. “Success really is sustainable success,” she explains. “I think it was two years ago that I ran into a longstanding Southampton resident and he embraced

me and congratulated me for all of the great work. He said, ‘Wow! You’re an institution!’ It only took us three years, and here Southampton is 400 years old and such a great historic village. Let it be so. That was a very humbling moment of confirmation.” 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-0967; southamptonartscenter.org

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The Wishing Whale, a sculpture by North Fork artist Cindy Pease Roe, who created it from recycled lobster traps and marine debris while teaching UpSculpt workshops at SAC. right: Eloise and Augustin Zeltmann at a Studio on the Steps kids’ workshop.


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Zimmermann, the feminine Australian clothing and swimwear line, has a very exciting summer planned. Nicky Zimmermann, who oversees design while her sister Simone runs the business side, is in the United States for the season, celebrating several events and milestones for the 26-year-old Sydneybased company. This summer Zimmermann will welcome three new stores, in New York City’s Meatpacking District, Miami’s Bal Harbour, and on Bruton Street in London, expanding the brand’s repertoire to 24 shops and launching a European presence for the first time. “We found our girl: She goes to the Hamptons, she travels to Miami, she goes to London. Luckily, that’s what we want to do as well,” says Nicky. “It’s great having these [stores] so we can travel to these amazing places but also be there for work. It’s really exciting.” Each location was wellscouted and long-desired: The company had been looking for the right spot in Mayfair for its first London store, and was equally eager to have a location in Miami—a longtime favorite travel destination for Nicky. A new Manhattan shop will

TOP LEFT: Models sparkle backstage in Zimmermann’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection. TOP RIGHT: The designer of the Zimmermann sister duo, Nicky. BOTTOM LEFT AND RIGHT: Feminine frills and textured layers make for a dreamy runway show.

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STYLE TASTEMAKER A model struts down the runway in one of the line’s ultrafeminine designs.

“WE FOUND OUR GIRL: SHE GOES TO THE HAMPTONS, SHE GOES TO MIAMI, SHE TRAVELS TO LONDON.” —nicky zimmermann

Zimmermann will host its first-ever resort show in New York this season, showcasing the Spring/Summer collection. right: A sketch from the collection.

become the second in the city. “It’s another property we’ve had our eye on for quite a while,” she explains. “I love that area of New York. It’s a little bit of a tourist spot, but it’s beautiful.” Nicky’s time Stateside will also give Zimmermann the chance to host its first resort show, which will take place in New York, showcasing the Spring/ Summer collection that was inspired by a nightclub she frequented as a teen. “I would drive into the city, and it was a place where you could express yourself and the music was quite experimental. The era was the late ’80s, [and we were] coming from an area where you were less encouraged to express yourself,” she recalls. “My girlfriends and I would make our outfits.” The resulting collection has a slight pirate vibe thanks to frilled shirts and muted colors, along with stripes mixed with florals and corset tops. To Nicky, the stand-out piece is a peach lace dress with a handkerchief hem and a corset top. “It’s about selecting all these beautiful little pieces of things and putting them together,” she says. 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-6291; zimmermannwear.com

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Nicky Zimmermann makes finishing touches before the Fall/Winter show.


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BAGS OF STYLE WHETHER YOU’RE BY THE BEACH, AT THE POOL, OR ON THE TENNIS COURT, KEEP YOUR BAG PACKED WITH THESE STYLISH SUNDRIES ALL SUMMER LONG. BY CASEY TRUDEAU PHOTOGRAPHY BY JEFF CRAWFORD

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Blue-marble scoop-neck top ($140) and tie-side bottoms ($105), Stella McCartney. 112 Greene St., NYC, 212-255-1556; stellamccartney.com. Bag, Buji Baja ($112). Henry Lehr, 16 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-5424; bujibaja.com. Beach towel, Kassatex ($40). Hildreth’s Home Goods, 51 Main St., Southampton, 631-2832300; kassatex.com. Sky Crayon Nappa shoes, Stuart Weitzman ($375). Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-7461203; stuartweitzman.com. Rose-gold sunglasses, Krewe ($315). Gloria Jewel, 2491 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-6136034; krewe.com. Goldplated enamel bracelet ($430) and extra-wide pallplated enamel bracelet ($725), Hermès. Americana Manhasset, 1988 Northern Blvd., 516-869-6660; hermes.com. Art House book, Assouline ($85). assouline.com. SPF 15 Gel, Hampton Sun ($36). White’s Apothecary, 81 Main St., East Hampton, 631-3240082; hamptonsuncare.com

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STYLE WHATS IN THE BAG ONE WITH NATURE EARTHY ELEMENTS INSPIRE SUN AND SAND ESSENTIALS. Terry palm beach sheet, Tomas Maier ($195). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-604-6700; tomasmaier.com. Hammock bag, Loewe ($2,350). Neiman Marcus, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, 516-368-0500; loewe.com. Shoes, Schutz ($190). Jildor Shoes, 30 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-2450; schutz-shoes.com. The Bee and the Acorn, a memoir by Paula Susan Wallace, Assouline ($35). L’Objet, 9 Main St., Southampton, 631-259-2644; assouline.com.

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18k gold-plated long necklace, Aurélie Bidermann ($4,545). The Standard Boutique, 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island, 631-7492001; aureliebidermann.com. Sana Crochet one-piece, She Made Me ($240). Everything but Water, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-5693; shemademe.com. Straw hat, Hat Attack ($98). Henry Lehr, 16 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-5424; hatattack.com. Bronze Shimmer Cooling Spray, Hampton Sun ($32). White’s Apothecary, 81 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0082; hamptonsuncare.com. Love Relentlessly Eau du Parfum spray (3.4 oz. for $115) and oversize round sunglasses ($250), Tory Burch. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-6271790; toryburch.com


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THE BLACK LIST

Straw hat with leather strap, Hat Attack ($82). Henry Lehr, 16 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-5424; hatattack.com. Leather tote, Mark Cross ($1,395). Jimmy’s, 167 Main St., Westhampton, 631-288-7000; markcross.com. Black-and-white cotton blanket, Michelle Farmer Collaborate ($300). 2491 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-604-1850; michellefarmer.com. Maritime bandeau bikini set, Michael Kors Collection ($544). 19 Newtown Lane, 631-267-2200; michaelkors.com. Woven strap heel, Paul Andrew ($795). Hirshleifers, Americana Manhasset, 2080 Northern Blvd., 516-627-3566; hirshliefers.com. Allure cuff, Eddie Borgo ($315). The Standard Boutique, 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island, 631-7492001; eddieborgo.com. Sunglasses, Dolce & Gabbana ($270). Sunglass Hut, 2044 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-0507; sunglasshut.com. SPF 15 Gel, Hampton Sun ($36). White’s Apothecary, 81 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0082; hamptonsuncare.com. Ultra-Rich Lip Color in Aphrodite, Tom Ford ($53). Sephora, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, 631-425-1488; sephora.com. UV Protective Cream SPF 50+, Clé de Peau ($130). White’s Apothecary, 18 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-287-2900; cledepeau beaute.com. Intensive Daily Moisturizer SPF 15, Context ($40). Knockout Beauty, 2400 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-899-3401; context.com

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BLACK IS BACK FOR THE SUMMER— WITH GLOSSY GOLD TOUCHES THAT GLIMMER IN THE SUN.


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STYLE WHATS IN THE BAG LOVE ALL SUMMER DAYS CAN BE UNPREDICTABLE. MAKE SURE YOUR BAG IS PACKED— AND BRIMMING WITH CHICNESS. Racket, Lacoste ($750). Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-747-7964; lacoste.com. Canvas bucket tote, Tory Sport ($250). 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-907-9150; torysport.com. Round beach towel, Kassatex ($90). Hildreth’s Home Goods, 51 Main St., 631-283-2300; hildreths.com. Hammered bronze necklace, Ashley Pittman ($695). Neiman Marcus, Roosevelt Field Mall, 516-368-0500; neimanmarcus.com. Sunglasses, Etnia Barcelona ($265). Main Street Optics, 82 Main St., Southampton, 631-287-7898; mainstreetoptics.com. Flex bangle, Fitbit ($100). Nordstrom, Roosevelt Field Mall, 516-746-0011; nordstrom.com. Sandals, Chanel (price on request). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-6273566; chanel.com. (Product) Red portable pill speaker, Beats by Dre ($200). GeekHampton, 34 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 631-723-3660; apple.com. SPF 30 Mineral Sunscreen Lotion for Body, Clinique ($32). White’s Apothecary, 81 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0082; clinique.com. Ikat Jasmine body cream and rose balm ($58 each), AERIN. 83 Main St., Southampton, 631-3533773; aerin.com

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CONNECTING THE DOTS DESIGNER BLYTHE HARRIS, CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER OF THE SOCIAL-SELLING LIFESTYLE BRAND STELLA & DOT, TALKS INSPIRATION AND HER NEW COLLAB WITH THE WAINSCOTTBASED SERENA & LILY.

Tell us about Stella & Dot. My partner, the founder, is a fellow Stanford grad, Jessica Herrin. We met at an alumni event in 2007. We relaunched her company, Luxe Jewels, as a social-selling model under the name Stella & Dot, after our grandmothers. I started repositioning the product line as midlevel boutique-style costume jewelry, opening a design studio in NYC and focusing on our manufacturing overseas. What’s the concept? We focused on jewelry for a long time but have evolved into more of a lifestyle brand. This summer we have all the beach essentials: tunics, sunglasses, beach totes, and fun, light layers. This collection is everything you’d need to pack for a beach getaway. The Hamptons inspired a lot of our pieces. How so? The Hamptons has drawn artists for a long time. There’s something about the light and the air and the vibe that’s very conducive to being creative. My husband and I love the Hamptons, which is where we had one of our first dates. We moved around the world so much and lived in 17 places, then we found a little place in Sag Harbor and purchased it just weeks before our first baby, Olive, was born. I worked from there, and it was so nice to have a home base to draw from creatively. I gave a TED talk about this: As a creative, you need to take input from the outside world, but you also need a creative foundation that defines you and your point of view.

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Blythe Harris (left, with Serena & Lily cofounder Serena Dugan) has transformed Stella & Dot from a small jewelry company into a lifestyle brand with a distinctly East End aesthetic.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY STIAN RASMUSSEN

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LEFT: Pari chandelier earrings ($98). RIGHT: Kali tunic ($119).

What’s your earliest Hamptons memory? The first time I went was with my grandma, Dot. We went to Montauk, where her friend had a house, when I was about 10. We went to the beach, and it felt like a magical place. I remember it being so beautiful. It was September, the weather was cooler, and the light was so pretty. You’ve done a great collection with Serena Dugan, cofounder and design head of Serena & Lily. Serena is my closest friend in California. She and I met because people said we had to. We have the same roles

in our companies, kids the same age, the exact same car. We’d talk about our creative processes. We share a love of homemade things, traditional arts and crafts, and India. We both do tailored bohemia. We traveled together to Jaipur last year and went to each other’s artisan workshops. It was inspiring to see India through her eyes. The Stella & Dot and Serena & Lily collaboration is a luxe collection of couture— embroidered bibs, clutches, pillows, and textiles that share our bohemian vibes. Serena & Lily, 332 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 631-5375544; serenaandlily.com; stelladot.com

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Stella & Dot’s Hamptons-inspired summer collection offers everything you’d need for a beach getaway, including Harris’s Taj clutch ($79).

PHOTOGRAPHY BY BROOK TODD (HARRIS); STIAN RASMUSSEN (BRACELET, NECKLACE); COURTESY OF STELLA & DOT (EARRINGS, TUNIC)

Stella & Dot’s Florence bracelet (TOP, $159) and tiered Florence necklace (BOTTOM, $269).


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STYLE TRENDING Setter swim shorts, Orlebar Brown ($245). 55 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3960; orlebarbrown.com

42mm stainless-steel Calibre de Cartier Diver Blue watch on a rubber strap, Cartier ($7,900). London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-3939; londonjewelers.com

Wrap bracelet, Miansai ($95). Sunbarth, 14 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-873-4121; sunbarthstores.com

WEEKEND CLASSICS ROCK THESE NAUTICAL MUST-HAVES ON THE YACHT THIS SUMMER.

The Big Book of the Hamptons by Michael Shnayerson, Assouline ($85). Book Hampton, 41 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-4939; assouline.com

BY FAYE POWER Scarf, Hermès ($400). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-869-6660; hermes.com

Moccasins, Hermès ($950). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-869-6660; hermes.com

Sunglasses, Tomas Maier ($250). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-6046700; tomasmaier.com Nylon bomber, Michael Kors ($398). Bloomingdale’s, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-873-2700; michaelkors.com

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Decorative pillows, Restoration Hardware ($55). 69 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-1300; rhbabyandchild.com

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Shirt, Brunello Cucinelli ($575). 39 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3400; brunellocucinelli.com


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STYLE NOW OPEN

SCORE UNIQUE FINDS FOR THE BEACH IN A DECIDEDLY SWISH ATMOSPHERE AT DAVID CHINES’S COPIOUS ROW BEACH IN SOUTHAMPTON. BY ANDREW C. STONE

As the well-heeled masses return—arms outstretched—to East End shops, David Chines waits calmly, confident that customers will fall head-over-Louboutins for Copious Row Beach. And with good reason: His new gallerylike boutique offers designer must-haves with relevance far beyond Coopers Beach. “We have a great range of apparel and accessories you can’t otherwise find in Southampton,” Chines says. “The designers I carry are exclusive to me in terms of distribution, which really speaks to a customer who wants to wear something beautiful to a party or benefit that others won’t show up in.” A former LVMH marketing exec who honed his style acumen working with Fendi and Givenchy, Chines prioritizes versatility. From the architectural elegance of Delpozo to the forward-thinking silhouettes of the CFDA Fashion Award-winning Brock Collection—with Judith Leiber, Sonia Rykiel, Tomas Maier, and other influential designers in between— Copious Row Beach is chockablock with looks that would be right at home in Manhattan. Chines earned a devoted clientele with his Copious Row outposts in Sag Harbor and Greenwich, Connecticut. To tailor the shop’s vibe for a beachier, event-conscious crowd, he enlisted interior designer Zachary Dillingham Zimmerman. Marble tables and palm-frond wallpaper set a fun yet sophisticated stage. “It’s all about creating an ambience that caters to the client and the clothing,” Chines says. “Every piece has a place to be showcased.” 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-488-4555; copiousrow.com

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The meticulously curated apparel and accessories that have made Copious Row a destination for fashionistas have a new beachy showcase. Offerings include an inspired home line from Fornasetti (pictured), a reinterpretation of Italian painter, sculptor, and engraver Piero Fornasetti’s 19th-century artwork.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC STRIFFLER

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STYLE SOCIAL NETWORK “I’m a sucker for a new jean jacket. The slight contrast in the wash looks modern to me. I am always cold, so this will act as my summer blanket. Frame is my number one right now for all things denim.” Denim jacket, Frame ($550). Kirna Zabête, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5794; kirnazabete.com

Embellished and embroidered cotton top, Dodo Bar Or ($270). net-a-porter.com

BROOKE’S HAMPTONS

BEACH: Georgica BRUNCH: Estia’s

Sake Bath, Fresh ($82). Bluemercury, 46 Main St., 631-283-0255; bluemercury.com

Little Kitchen

DINNER SPOT: Crow’s Nest

FARMERS MARKET: “Thank you, Tory Burch, for making cute golf and tennis clothing! Literally a game changer for me. I love this easy tennis dress: still classic but with a nice twist. #partyintheback.” Tennis dress, Tory Sport ($185). 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-9079150; torysport.com

Round Swamp Farm

BOUTIQUE: The Monogram Shop in East Hampton and Joey Wölffer in Sag Harbor DATE NIGHT:

Nick and Toni’s

WORKOUT: Tracy

FINAL CUT

Wild Thing fringed sandals, Aquazzura ($279). Intermix, Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-5840; intermix online.com

BROO E JAFFE, FASHION DIRECTOR OF CLOSET-EDITING SERVICE FITZ, BRIEFS US ON HER FAVORITE SUMMER LOOKS.

Anderson East Hampton

SPORT: Tennis at East Hampton Tennis Club

Scalloped and printed bikini top and bottom, Marysia ($140 each). net-a-porter.com

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Harpo sterling silver and turquoise disc earrings, Joey Joey Wölffer ($635). Wölffer ($635). 11 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-1436; joeywolffer.com 

Small natural heart raffia zip pouch, AERIN ($40). 83 Main St., Southampton, 631-353-3773; aerin.com

“Rosé—Wölffer and Whispering Angel in particular—is my summer lemonade. Pretty bottle stoppers make having to cork a little more chic. Aerin is doing such beautiful things with her tabletop and home décor.” Clamshell bottle stopper, AERIN ($125). 83 Main St., Southampton, 631-353-3773; aerin.com

Cabana stripe beach towel, Serena & Lily ($68). 332 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 631-537-5544; serenaandlily.com


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STYLE SPOTLIGHT

THE SHOPPING NEWS SATISFY YOUR PASSION FOR FASHION WITH THESE NEW HAMPTONS OFFERINGS. BY ADRIENNE GAFFNEY

LOCAL INGREDIENTS

Designer Lia Kes, of the Southampton boutique Kes, has teamed up with dye guru Audrey Louise Reynolds on an especially homegrown collaboration. Debuting this month, their collection of silk and cotton dresses, plus tops and bags, will be organically dyed using ocean water from the East End. The process also involves local minerals, seaweed, squid ink, and flowers, for a very beachy mix. 10A Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-353-3235; kesnyc.com ISLAND TIME

The Gypsy glamour of Ibiza will be readily available this summer through Net-aPorter—which offers same-day delivery in the Hamptons. The

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online luxury retailer recently launched its fifth and largest partnership with Chloé, collaborating on a 26-piece capsule collection inspired by the romantic Mediterranean island. The line features florals, embroidery, and crochet. net-a-porter.com EXPRESS YOURSELF

Jewelry designer Kendra Scott is bringing her boldly colored pieces to Southampton with a seasonal shop. Beyond bling, the store will feature home décor and Scott’s own line of nail polishes, as well as the Kendra Scott Color Bar, which lets shoppers create customized versions of the brand’s classic looks. 44 Main St., Southampton, 631259-4388; kendrascott.com

INSET AND BELOW: Unique, locally sourced natural dyes color diaphanous dresses, tops, and bags at Kes.

Chloé’s exclusive collaboration with Net-a-Porter channels a 1970s Ibiza vibe. Here, a silk gauze maxi dress ($3,950). FROM TOP LEFT: Crochet fringed poncho ($1,795), jacquard kaftan ($2,395), and sunglasses with rainbow mirrored lenses ($525); net-a-porter.com


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TIME WARNER CENTER – 25 COLUMBUS CIRCLE, 67C $13,950,000 | 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | Central Park Views | Web# 2544265

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STYLE SPOTLIGHT The waxed canvas Love Tennis tote ($109) and zip bag ($45) from Reel Point serve as sturdy carryalls.

REEL DEAL

The hunt for the all-in-one beach tote ends here: Shelter Island-based Reel Point, noted for its embroidered belts, flip-flops, and key chains, is moving into the bag market with a new carryall. Made from waxed canvas twill and topped with leather handles, the New York-produced totes can be individualized with one-of-a-kind embroidery. 131A White St., Southampton, 631-3533118; reel-point.com WELCOME BACK

After water damage from a nearby fire shuttered Henry Lehr’s Sag Harbor store last December, the beloved brand is back and better than ever this season. Its new men’s shop on Main and Washington Streets maintains the company’s Sag Harbor presence, while in Amagansett new Henry

Lehr women’s and men’s shops have opened where the original Beach Stop used to stand. 102 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-8083250; 154 Main St., Amagansett, 631-267-5544 NEW WAYS TO SHINE

London Jewelers is getting extra sparkle from store newcomers like David Webb, Repossi, and B Point, while collections from Pomellato, Shay, Julez Bryant, Anita Ko, and Vhernier are being revamped. “We’re going back to our roots with classic and beautiful fine jewelry,” says owner Randi Udell Alper. Among her favorites is a David Webb bangle. “The Studlette bracelet is classic yet funky and can be worn with a London Jewelers Arm Party.” 2 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-3939; londonjewelers.com

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Henry Lehr in Southampton has its Sag Harbor brother back after December’s fire. below: Golden Goose women’s Superstar suede sneakers ($460) are in the store’s spotlight.

“WE’RE GOING BACK TO OUR ROOTS WITH CLASSIC FINE JEWELRY.” —randi udell alper, london jewelers Kendra Scott’s seasonal shop is stocked with elegant home décor in summertime hues. left: The brand’s square filigree box in variegated teal magnesite ($195) and 4x6 photo frame in crackle abalone shell ($195).


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STYLE ST YLE SETTER

GO WITH THE FLOW DESIGNER RAMY BROO WANTS TO DRESS YOU ALL DAY LONG.

“WE DEVELOPED STYLES THAT ARE VERSATILE... HANGING BY THE POOL, SHOPPING IN TOWN, OR HOSTING A PARTY.” —ramy brook

Ramy Brook launched her booming fashion company seven years ago, after realizing she lacked clothing options suitable for the many elements of her life: work, social obligations, parenting. Now that her eponymous line has found mass success—it’s available in department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdale’s and is worn by stars such as Kate Beckinsale and Julianna Margulies—she’s positioning her pieces as go-tos for similarly busy women. “As I delved more into design, I began to realize that many key components from my wardrobe were missing,” Brook says. “One was an outfit that could take me from day to night, from desk to dinner. As a working mother, there were days that I had to rush from the office to activities for my kids to a party at night, and I didn’t have time to change. Our pieces solve that predicament. One outfit can stylishly guide you through your commitments.” The #RamyAllDay campaign celebrates that sentiment this summer by encouraging fans of the brand, like fashion blogger Jamie Chung, to share snaps of their Ramy looks. That adaptability is key in warmer months, and it’s built right into the summer collection. “We developed styles that are versatile—perfect for an easy summer weekend, whether it be hanging by the pool, going

Ramy Brook has been coming to the Hamptons since the early 1990s.

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BY ADRIENNE GAFFNEY


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STYLE ST YLE SETTER Actress Jamie Chung in Ramy Brook’s Shelby dress ($395), as part of the #RamyAllDay campaign.

shopping in town, or hosting a party in the evening,” Brook explains. “This season we focused on bright, vibrant colors. When you’re having fun, your outfit should reflect that. Especially in the Hamptons, which is one of my favorite places, or any place that brings you happiness.” Brook’s summer headquarters is beachside. She has been spending time in the Hamptons since the early 1990s and met her husband at Hanson House, a bar that since became the Southampton Social

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Club. “As soon as Memorial Day rolls around, we’re out all summer,” says Brook, whose family also includes three children. “I have my routines like SoulCycle in the mornings, followed by coffee and something delicious at Golden Pear. I love checking out all the stores throughout the Hamptons. There’s always something new and exciting to discover.” Ramy Brook is available at Addo, 7 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-919-5239; Kyle Alene Too, 5 Main St., Southampton, 631-3533174; ramybrook.com

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Lulu jumpsuit ($445). top left: Ramy Brook’s Harriet top ($275) paired with the Allyn pant ($295) makes for easy summer dressing.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRIAN JENSEN (CHUNG); BRAD TRIFFITT (MODEL)

“WHEN YOU’RE HAVING FUN, YOUR OUTFIT SHOULD REFLECT THAT.” —ramy brook


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FROM TOP LEFT, CLOCKWISE: The LT Burger Lobster roll, the Signature double-cheeseburger, a cocktail, and the watermelon tomato salad.


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STYLE COLLAB Museum pieces: Jeff Koons (left) gilds Louis Vuitton accessories with art history masterworks, including Fragonard’s Girl with Dog on the Montaigne MM bag ($4,000, below left), Rubens’s The Tiger Hunt on the Palm Springs backpack ($3,200, right), and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa on the Chain bag ($3,900, bottom right).

ART TO ORDER IT’S JEFF ONS’S WORLD, AND WE’RE JUST LIVING IN IT—AND DRESSING FOR IT—AS HE ANNOUNCES A NEW COLLECTION FOR LOUIS VUITTON.

Jeff Koons, the Pop Artinfluenced provocateur behind balloon-dog sculptures and Old Master reproductions, has always been better received by the general public than by the art world. But now the latter is catching up, following a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum, a prominent new public installation in New York, and, most recently, a gala in his honor at MOCA in LA. But as the conversation shifts around him, Koons remains happily himself at the center, announcing a major commercial collaboration in the form of a new fashion collection for none other than Louis Vuitton. Dubbed “Masters,” Koons’s pieces for the Parisian powerhouse deploy a premise similar to his “Gazing Ball” series, in which he hand-painted reproductions of some of art history’s greatest works and placed a gleaming blue orb at their center. This time, Koons has taken five of the most recognizable paintings in the

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history of art—Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Titian’s Mars, Venus and Cupid, Rubens’s The Tiger Hunt, Fragonard’s Girl with Dog, and Van Gogh’s A Wheatfield with Cypresses—and placed them on purses, totes, scarves, bag charms, and shawls. This is the first time an original Koons has been featured in a fashion collaboration. “What’s wonderful about working with Louis Vuitton is their resources. They [have] the finest in the world,” says the 62-year-old artist. “The first samples come through and it’s like, ‘Wow! That’s better than anything I’ve seen before.’” Each accessory is adorned with the original artist’s last name in glitzy, appliquéd letters, providing a quick lesson in art history and in personal branding before the Instagram era. For his part, Koons signs the works, too: His initials appear as part of the classic Louis Vuitton monogram. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-3654766; louisvuitton.com

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STYLE FRAGRANCE

INTO THE BLUE A NEW, STEAMY TAKE ON A CLASSIC SCENT PROVIDES A FRAGRANCE PERFECT FOR THE SUMMER HEAT. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

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Eau La La! The stunning David Gandy and Bianca Balti talk perfect scents—and the right lighting FAVORITE SCENTS: David Gandy: I don’t like anything too heavy. I always care for vetiver, oud, and bergamot. Bianca Balti: I do like a fragrance that’s fresh and puts me in a good mood. I live in California—I like the sunshine.

“We’re like a big family,” says model David Gandy (ABOVE, with Bianca Balti). “We’ve known each other for so many years, and that’s my favorite part of the shoot.” BELOW: Mario Testino shooting the Dolce & Gabbana campaign in Capri with Balti and Gandy. “He’s so much fun to work with,” says Balti about Testino, “so bubbly.”

ON MARIO TESTINO: DG: Mario makes you look even better than you thought you could. BB: When I was 17, I skipped school to see an exhibition of Mario Testino’s in Milan. I do believe in life that whatever you envision happens. TIPS FOR TAKING A GOOD PHOTO: DG: For me, it’s just being natural—someone just caught you off guard, or you’re having a laugh. BB: It’s 100 percent about lighting. For a selfie, find where the light is the best on your face.

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF DOLCE & GABBANA

If you didn’t think the summer could get any hotter, think again. Dolce & Gabbana is turning up the heat with Light Blue Eau Intense and Light Blue Eau Intense Pour Homme, the latest blends to join its decadesold fragrance collection, accompanied by a sexy ad campaign starring models David Gandy and Bianca Balti and shot by legendary photographer Mario Testino. If the brand’s original scents were fit for a day at the beach, Light Blue Eau Intense (100 ml. for $135), created by master perfumer Olivier Cresp, and Light Blue Eau Intense Pour Homme (100 ml. for $110), by master perfumer Alberto Morillas, are what you spritz on when the sun goes down. For the feminine rendition, the scents of fresh lemon and Granny Smith apples are blended with bright jasmine and marigold, then finished with leathery cedarwood and skinlike musks. “I tried to translate this idea of a sensual skin in a more intense way,” says Cresp. For men, Morillas created a cocktail of energizing mandarin and grapefruit, paired with juniper and a salty, aquatic accord, similarly intensified with amber woods and musks. Says Morillas, “The key idea was to create a concentrate of masculine freshness.” Sephora, Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-9008; sephora.com


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STYLE BEAUT Y STRIKING GOLDEN Take a swipe at this season’s hottest bronzers.

HOURGLASS AMBIENT LIGHTING BRONZER Forget highlighter! Available in four versatile shades, this silky bronzer offers illuminating effects for a radiant and glowy finish. Bluemercury, 46 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-0255; bluemercury.com

Not a fan of powder? No problem. This bronzer is housed in a jumbosized crayon and contains a silky crème formula. White’s Apothecary, 81 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0082; lauramercier.com For best results, use bronzer that blends into skin easily.

LET IT GLOW! GET SUN-KISSED WITHOUT THE UVS. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

While bronzer is a makeup essential all year round, in the warmer months it’s key to tweak both your shade and application technique to impart a sun-kissed complexion. “It needs to be a shade that pops, but also blends into your skin easily,” says Sandy Linter, makeup artist to Christie Brinkley and Elizabeth Hurley, to name a few. When it comes to the

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formula’s texture, Linter says that it depends on your skin quality, though “everyone handles a powder bronzer well.” Of course, choosing the right bronzer is only half the battle. Just as the sunlight would hit the face, “apply to cheeks first, then sweep across the bridge of the nose, across the forehead and chin,” says Linter. And bronze, baby, bronze!

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GIVENCHY HEALTHY GLOW & BODY BRONZING POWDER As pretty as it is effective, this silky powder boasts technology that provides color with zero texture, for a lightweight wear. Sephora, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 631-425-1488; sephora.com

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LAURA MERCIER SUNSET BRONZING CRAYON


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STYLE BUY THE BEACH

BLURRED LINE STRIPES ON STRIPES IS THE GO-TO LOOK THIS SEASON, SO EMBRACE THE FINE LINES AND PUT A FRESH SPIN ON THIS CLASSIC STYLE.

Mercedes top in Vertigo ($58) and Tie Side Med bottom in Vertigo ($52), Skye Swimwear. skyeswimwear.com

Birds and Bees bralette ($88) and Maui pant ($84), Isabella Rose. everythingbutwater.com

Sweet Caroline convertible strap top ($80) and tab side hipster bottom ($60), Isabella Rose. everythingbutwater.com

Piccadilly one-piece plunge, Isabella Rose ($135). everythingbutwater.com

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Discover your perfect space. Growing up on the East End taught me the importance of community. In a small town, honesty and integrity are paramount. These values are the cornerstones of my thriving real estate career spanning more than a decade and producing over one hundred million in sales. As a Hamptons homeowner, landlord, and investor, I understand and commit to helping clients realize all of their real estate goals. Whether buying, selling or renting, please call me for all your real estate needs.

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STYLE BUY THE BEACH

BOHEMIAN BEAUTY CAPTIVATING CROCHETS AND BOHEMIAN/BOHO DETAILS WILL TAKE YOUR HIPPIE LOOK TO THE NEXT LEVEL.

Luna bikini top ($165) and Luna bikini bottom ($120), Kiini. mermaidsboutique.com

In the Net one-piece halter, Isabella Rose ($150). everythingbutwater.com

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Euro top ($82) and Uno bottom ($72) in Mocha Crochet, Montce Swim. shopluxecartel.com

Samba braided one-piece in black, For Love & Lemons ($207). shopplanetblue.com


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STYLE BUY THE BEACH

FOR THE FRILL OF IT THE OCEAN WON’T BE THE ONLY THING MAKING WAVES THIS SUMMER. STEAL THE SCENE IN BOLD SHOULDERS AND RUFFLE UP WITH FEMININE FRILLS. .

Costa bandeau ($115) and Costa hipster ($115), Tory Burch. toryburch.com

Mamey ruffle bikini top ($103) and bottom ($103), Kai Lani. mermaidsboutique.com

Capri Scrunchy one-piece in lemon, For Love & Lemons ($135). shopplanetblue.com

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Tapestry off-the-shoulder ruffled one-piece, BECCA by Rebecca Virtue ($128). nordstrom.com


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From maquillage to massage, having services done at home is the essence of luxury in the Hamptons.

DECKED OUT ON DEMAND NOW THAT THESE THREE BEAUTY APPS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE HAMPTONS, GLAM IS BUT A TAP AWAY. BY CRYSTAL MARTIN NEW IN THE HAMPTONS

Perhaps the best-known of the on-demand beauty apps, Glamsquad is expanding its operation to the East End this summer. “New York is our largest market, and our customers have mentioned the Hamptons time and time again,” says

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Glamsquad CEO Amy Shecter. “For many, it really is ‘the place to be’ in the summer months.” You can book in-home hair and makeup appointments with reliably satisfying results. glamsquad.com SELECT YOUR STYLIST

Unlike other booking

apps, Priv allows users to choose who they want doing their blow-out, makeup, or massage. The company has been in the Hamptons for about three years but is adding facials to its mix of services this season. “We’re always trying to expand our wellness offerings,” says

Courtney Jerden, Priv’s chief operating officer, “and many of our existing massage therapists also have an aesthetician’s license, so facials are a natural next step.” gopriv.com MENU OF LOOKS

While booking an appointment through

Vênsette, users have the opportunity to select from a menu of hair and makeup looks. So whether you prefer a sleek, pin-straight blowout or voluminous texture, this step speeds up the process by letting artists know in advance exactly what you want. vensette.com

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STYLE AT HOME


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STYLE WATCH OUT WHEN YOU’RE RACING OUT TO THE EAST END THIS SUMMER, BRING ALONG AN ELITE COPILOT.

TRACK TIME THIS SEASON, THE BEST AUTO-INSPIRED AND RACING WATCHES HIT THE OPEN ROAD WITH SPEED AND STYLE. BY ALDOUS TUCK

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: The RM 11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph by Richard Mille ($115,000) was inspired by materials used in Formula One cars. The Grade 5 titanium crown echoes the design of competition wheel rims and tire treads; the grooved pushers, coated in NTPT carbon, recall pedals. The watch features a new RMAC3 automatic caliber with flyback chronograph function and a power reserve of approximately 55 hours. Material Good, 120 Wooster St., 2nd Fl., NYC, 212-359-9688; richardmille.com Rolex unveiled the first Cosmograph Daytona in 1963 to satisfy the demands of professional drivers. This Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona in 18k white gold ($28,800), introduced this year at the Baselworld watch fair, continues the tradition with a perpetual, self-winding mechanical chronograph powered by the caliber 4130, manufactured by Rolex. This watch has a 72-hour power reserve and is waterproof to 100 meters. London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-3939; rolex.com

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informing some of history’s most iconic and highly engineered pieces. (In many instances, watchmakers joined forces with automakers, racing teams, or races to create ticking tributes to them.) Some of the world’s most illustrious brands have revisited this racing tradition for summer, debuting exceptional timepieces that double as copilots when the need for speed strikes. For more watch features and expanded coverage, go to hamptonsmagazine.com/ watches-and-jewelry.

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Created to celebrate the new Bentley Continental Supersports, the fastest Bentley ever built, the Breitling for Bentley Supersports B55 ($7,785) debuted at this spring’s Baselworld in a limited edition of 500 pieces. The sporty chronograph features an ultralight titanium case and carbon-fiber dial, plus a connected B55 movement that can access motorsportsdedicated functions on the wearer’s smartphone. London Jewelers, Americana Manhasset, 2046 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, 516627-7475; breitling.com Among its myriad racing laurels, TAG Heuer is the official timekeeper of the legendary open-road racing event the Carrera Panamericana, giving this TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 ($7,500) part of its name; the Swiss-made Calibre 1887 automatic movement supplies the rest. The black dial has a sunray effect and three counters: chronograph minute at nine o’clock, chronograph hour at three o’clock, and running second at six. The watch also provides a 50-hour power reserve. London Jewelers, 2 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-3939; tagheuer.com

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Automobile enthusiasts’ tight bond with timepieces dates to the earliest days of motorsports. Drivers would strap bulky pocket watches to their wrists to measure their timing and calculate their speed, whether on a racetrack or a dusty back road. But as car and timepiece technologies both advanced, drivers began looking to watchmakers for pieces to meet their specific needs. Watch brands not only responded to this call but drew from it, with automotive design inspiration


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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 located at 660 Madison Ave, NY, NY 10065. 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.


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“I feel as if it’s as close to modern art as I will ever be part of creating,” says Sarah Jessica Parker of the wall of shoes in her boutique at MGM National Harbor. “I just think it’s exquisite and enormously seductive. It’s hard to resist.”


She’s Got It! Amagansett’s SARAH JESSICA PARKER, the disarmingly modest screen star and style icon, chats with Manolo Blahnik’s GEORGE MALKEMUS about her hit show, Divorce, and dreaming up a designer shoe collaboration that was almost too good to be true. by AMY MOELLER

Sarah Jessica Parker has spent decades building a personal brand that’s synonymous with fierce fashion and autonomous women, abetted of course by a certain iconic television show. Shortly after Sex and the City came to its triumphant conclusion on HBO, and before the cameras started rolling on the film sequels, Parker tried her hand at a fragrance (Lovely, in 2005) and an affordable clothing line (Bitten, 2007). Three years ago, with the launch of SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker, she expanded her portfolio as a designer with a venture that sounds like something Carrie Bradshaw dreamed up: a high-end footwear collaboration with none other than Manolo Blahnik CEO George Malkemus. Parker’s eponymous label has grown from a small collection at Nordstrom to a lifestyle line—complete with shoes and other

accessories, her signature fragrances, even little black dresses—worthy of its first stand-alone store, which Parker opened this year at the new MGM National Harbor near Washington, DC. Intriguingly, Parker and Malkemus say the roots of their collaboration predate Carrie Bradshaw and her love affair with Manolos. We sat down with the duo to talk about their partnership, their inspirations, and summer with SJP. You’ve been friends for a long time. Sarah Jessica Parker: We met in 1984. George was coming out to Los Angeles with a young shoe designer, and they were having a trunk show. The young shoe designer was called Manolo Blahnik. Though I was in no position to go, I of course wanted to. I arrived, and it was a scary, typically rainy February, a winter day…

George Malkemus: A Saturday. SJP: Pouring rain. I really wasn’t in any position financially to buy any shoes, but I did. I bought, I think, three or four pairs. GM: Exactly. SJP: George and I met that day, and then when I did Sex and the City, Manolo Blahnik shoes, and therefore George, became an essential character in the show, and our friendship grew… There had been lots of conversations about producing a shoe line, all lovely and a variety of potential partnerships, and I kept saying no. Ultimately, I was sitting with a small group of businesswomen who I admired very much, and they were kind of interrogating me. Why was I so slow to say yes? What were my reservations? I said to them, “The truth is, while these partnerships might be lucrative and look right on paper, what I really

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“I’ve never seen anyone who works the floor like Sarah Jessica Parker,” says Manolo Blahnik CEO George Malkemus about watching Parker in their MGM National Harbor boutique. “She wants to hear from the customer and to know that the shoe fits the right way and feels the right way. It’s thrilling for me, as her partner, to see how involved [she is] and how much she cares.”

PHOTOGRAPHY C/O SJP, BY SARAH JESSICA PARKER

“WHEN I DID SEX AND THE CITY, MANOLO BLAHNIK SHOES—AND THEREFORE GEORGE—BECAME AN ESSENTIAL CHARACTER IN THE SHOW, AND OUR FRIENDSHIP GREW.” —sarah jessica parker


want is to partner with George Malkemus, but he’s spoken for.” They said, “Why don’t you just call him?” [So] I walked back to my house and I called, and George said... GM: “Come to my office at nine o’clock the next morning.” She came at nine o’clock the next morning, and we fell in love with the idea of doing shoes the way Sarah Jessica wanted to do shoes. I had long admired her for her style and her inner sense of taste, but that was always from afar. That morning, we ordered chicken soup and talked about her ideas, and her recollections of shoes in New York from 1977, when she first came to New York. Almost the same year that I came to New York, if not the same year. We talked about great names in shoes—Charles Jourdan, Maud Frizon, Walter Steiger—and I was so impressed that she knew those stores. What she wanted to do and what I wanted to do were exactly the same: single-sole shoes—not platforms, nothing trendy, nothing too esoteric—and made in Italy, because that’s where the greatest shoes and the finest materials in the world are found. That morning, we clued into the same philosophy about shoes. And that’s how we began. How do you bounce ideas off each other? SJP: It’s one of the easiest professional relationships of my entire life. It’s an enormous source of pride for me that I get to work with George, having admired him professionally for so long, but also [for] the man he is in his personal life and the way he conducts himself. He has a business model that is not just to be admired, it’s [about] decency and principle. The dynamic is me learning a lot, but also an endless conversation. GM: I love that she is a businesswoman, not just a fantastic celebrity that lent her name to this project. And I’ve never seen anyone who works the floor like Sarah Jessica Parker. She wants to hear from the customer and know the shoe fits the right way and feels the right way and explains her philosophy to the customer. What inspires you? SJP: We both live in New York City, so that’s a real treat and privilege and endless source of inspiration. I just got off the subway and I’m looking everywhere, I’m watching people. When I travel, I’m always looking down because, especially in large cities and international airports, you’re always seeing things that are interesting. I’m always looking at color, and George travels a lot and he could be inspired by a painting at a

museum or the color of a terracotta pot or... GM: Or Feud—you know, the the Ryan Murphy series with Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon. I was very inspired by that. SJP: There’s so much! You can spend a day with your children and have an experience. They are the lens through which you’re seeing things. It’s all different colors and activity and structure and everything—art, literature. GM: It can come from many places. Were any pieces in the Spring/Summer collection inspired by your lifestyle in the Hamptons? SJP: I think summer is always an inspiration, no matter where you are in the world. Even if you don’t live by that conventional calendar, I think the idea of warmer weather, casual... you can be more casual about summer. GM: Well, I think the way you wear a shoe at the beach, it might be the same shoe you have in your wardrobe in the city. But it feels different at the beach. You dress it up differently. You dress it down differently, so I think that becomes part of beach dressing. Sarah Jessica, when did you first start coming to the Hamptons? SJP: Oh my gosh, the first house I rented out here was in 1989 or 1990. I shared a house with five other people on Buell Lane in East Hampton, [which we drove to with a] car from Renta-Wreck. We rented a couple of bicycles from Bermuda Bikes, which is a great local, familyowned bike store that’s been there forever. And that’s how we got everywhere, on those bikes, because I couldn’t afford to keep the car—I could get me out here or I could take the jitney. GM: Are there five pieces from the collection that you’ll be taking to the Hamptons with you this summer? SJP: Ahhhh! GM: Only five, Sarah Jessica. Only five. SJP: I always, always, always love Veronika. I wear her all summer. Let’s see, Serpentine. Is that our new one that I’m crazy in love with? GM: Yes, yes, yes. SJP: The sandal is beautiful. I think I’ll probably have Jackie a lot, which is our bag, what I call our museum bag. Definitely a backpack. And maybe the new Ursula flat. GM: How about some heels for evening? SJP: I would say Always or Bluff Serpentine. GM: And of course Meteor. SJP: Meteor in every color. Our new sneaker

I’m so, so, so in love with, I can’t even tell you. GM: It’s Sarah Jessica’s take on a sneaker. She’s in love with it, I’m in love with it, and everybody that sees it is in love with it. SJP: I’ve already worn it when it’s not really even warm enough. I’ve pushed it. GM: We were so careful in naming a shoe Carrie, for obvious reasons, so it took Sarah Jessica a long time to finally decide on the shoe to name Carrie. So then she said, “Let’s do a Carrie flat,” and we did a Carrie flat. And then she said, “Let’s do a Carrie sneaker,” so Meteor is her sneaker version of a Carrie. This year you’ve opened a new stand-alone boutique outside of Washington, DC. You’ve just launched the new collection. You’re filming Divorce. You’re a wife. You’re a mother. Sarah Jessica, how do you unwind? SJP: I don’t know. George, what do you do? George has my little business, Manolo Blahnik, one of the most incredible dairy farms—if not the most incredible dairy farm—on the East Coast. He owns restaurants and cafés. Ridiculous. GM: I don’t unwind. [Laughs] I don’t unwind, but you do. You read. You always have a book in your hand. SJP: I read a lot. I get in bed after all the little kids are hopefully content and tucked away and perhaps even asleep, and I watch television. But I also go to the theater a lot. And I take a subway there, which I love, because I can read the entire time. I love going to the theater and ballet by myself. I also love to be joined by friends. GM: I love going to the theater, too. I’m going to see Matthew’s play tomorrow, Sarah Jessica. SJP: Oh, that’s right! Now you’ve returned to HBO with Divorce, and are currently shooting season two. What’s it like to be back at HBO? SJP: It’s great to be home. It’s like being with you, George, working with you. It’s familiar, it’s the people you want to please most, it’s challenging, standards are high. GM: And the show is so fantastic. SJP: It’s so delightful to be back there and telling the story I want to tell and being supported and given the opportunity and the resources to do it and work with the extraordinary actors who I love, who I think are incredible and inspiring. It’s been a total thrill. GM: I love, love, love, love the show. And I love you, Sarah Jessica.

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Want to infuse your Instagram feed with the spirit of the Hamptons? These five must-follow accounts will keep you scrolling all summer long.

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Watermelon, a photo by Greg Lotus. above: Scarlett by Jamie Nelson in a client's Sagaponack home.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY FRAN PARENTE. OPPOSITE PAGE: PHOTOGRAPHY BY FRAN PARENTE (SILVERMAN); STYLED BY STYLISTS.TO.A.T IN KAUFMAN FRANCO.

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AMONG THE SCORES OF FINE-ART ACCOUNTS ON INSTAGRAM, THESEFINEWALLS DISPLAYS SOME OF THE AREA’S BEST ART.

LISA ERYN SILVERMAN Art Gallery Owner

Among the scores of fine-art accounts on Instagram, TheseFineWalls displays some of the area’s best art, but it also provides context, showing the surrounding gallery and visitors admiring the work. Gallery owner Lisa Eryn Silverman sometimes appears in the photos as well, as she provides her followers with not only hundreds of beautiful, evocative images, but also a taste of the Hamptons’ rich cultural life. What she covers: “Art and interiors.” Her social media reach: 15,600 followers. Most memorable moment: “The opening of our pop-up gallery exhibition this spring in Chelsea. The gallery was packed—with both art and people—and everyone was beaming and buzzing.” What inspires her: “Fashion, travel, creativity, new perspectives.” Most frequent

comment: “Love!” Must-snap places: “The interiors of my collectors’ homes!” Favorite local hangouts: “Wölffer, Sagg Main Beach, Bobby Van’s, my backyard.” Place that inspires her most: “The beach!”

ABOVE: Lisa Eryn Silverman at the TheseFineWalls pop-up gallery in Chelsea. LEFT: My First Kill by Richard Bernardin in a client’s Bridgehampton home.

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“INSTAGRAM BECAME A VEHICLE FOR ME TO SHARE WHAT I WAS DOING FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY.”

ATHENA CALDERONE Interior Designer

In three endlessly scrolling columns, interior designer Athena Calderone documents the best design, décor, and dining in the world. Her compelling use of negative space allows Calderone to showcase architecture, interiors, and plates of food with stunning clarity and precision. What she covers: “Food, interiors, entertaining—capturing any and all beauty my eyes swoon over.” Getting started: “EyeSwoon began as a natural extension of the things that I am most passionate about. I got married and had a child in my early 20s, and when the

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majority of my friends were focused on wild nights out and their careers, I was making my homes beautiful and cooking for my family.” Her social media reach: 92,900 followers. Big break: “Instagram became a vehicle for me to share what I was already doing for friends and family at home on a larger platform.” Insta-insights: “Shoot in natural light always.” Most memorable image: “My home in Amagansett always gets the most likes.” Most frequent comment: “Swoony!” Must-snap places: “Louse Point at sunset.” What makes the area so special: “The nature. The light. The farms.” If she had only one hour in the Hamptons… “I would go surfing with [my son] Jivan at Ditch at sunrise.”

THIS PAGE: Athena Calderone in her Amagansett home. OPPOSITE PAGE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Lemon-sumac quinoa over local veggies; an outtake from Calderone’s cookbook, Cook Beautiful, coming October 10; strawberry rhubarb crostata ; the room that she calls “my refuge, my sanctuary.”

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“I FIND THE HAMPTONS HAS ITS OWN CHARACTER EACH SEASON. IT’S JUST AS BEAUTIFUL IN THE WINTER.”

BEN FINK SHAPIRO Fashion, Portrait, and Art Photographer

While most people’s Instagram accounts offer a candid, sort of slapdash peak into their lives, Ben Fink Shapiro is different. A professional photographer, he has shot images for a wide variety of glossy magazines, and his account reflects that, with jaw-dropping cover photos as well as tantalizing looks behind the scenes at his work with top models and other boldface names. What he covers: “A healthy mix of what I shoot naturally, so that ends up being some behind the scenes from my fashion and celeb portrait shoots.” Getting started: “When I was 5, I told my parents I was going to be an artist. But I didn’t pick up a camera until I was 15. My father always kept a darkroom in our basement—it was a hobby of his—so when I started taking pictures in high school, it was easy to fall

in love with the magic of going down to my basement and developing my prints.” His social media reach: 6,169 followers. Most memorable moment: “One of my most memorable moments was in East Hampton at a party—I was 21 or 22—and I introduced myself to Tommy Hilfiger. I showed him some of my fashion work on my BlackBerry and gave him my card. A few days later, I got a call from someone in his office asking to hire me for a shoot. That was awesome.” Key to success: “If someone could please tell me, that’d be great, thanks.” Most frequent comment: “What should I order for dinner?” Favorite local hangouts: “Springs General Store, for earlymorning muffins; East Hampton Hardware, I’m literally there a few times a week; Tenet, East or South.” What makes the area so special: “I find the Hamptons has its own character each season. It’s just as beautiful in the winter.”

OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Gibson Lane Beach. BOTTOM: Ben Fink Shapiro signing Ditch Plains 1 for his first solo gallery exhibition in NYC. ABOVE: A print of Shapiro's Pismo Beach 1 finds a home in Bridgehampton. Measuring 40 by 57 inches, the print is available all summer at Tenet in Southampton in a limited edition of six.

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ANASTASIA CASALE Floral and Event Designer

From perfectly manicured private gardens to the everyday wild blooms of the Hamptons, Anastasia Casale of Sag Harbor Florist chronicles the East End’s incredible floral diversity. She also uses her Instagram account to show off her own amazing work, including the exquisite flower arrangements she creates for special occasions. What she covers: “Capturing nature’s beauty— floral, botanical, garden-inspired—and events.” Her social media reach: 8,108 followers. “I reach professionals in the trade, interior designers, stylists, art-minded individuals, and nature lovers.” What inspires her: “Mother Nature and all her beauty.” Most memorable image: “Our field of daffodils and tulips at the farm we own in the North Fork, Pierpont’s Blossom.” Most frequent comment: “Very inspiring.”

Must-snap places: “The product we produce: weddings and events.” Favorite local hangouts: “The South/North Ferry and a chance to relax after a long day, going back home.” If she had only one hour in the Hamptons… “I would take a walk on Wainscott Beach—Beach Lane down to Georgica Pond.” Best end-ofday drink: “A glass of Chardonnay and a walk around my flower farm with my three loves: Keith, Bella, and Baci.”

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“MY MOST MEMORABLE IMAGE IS OUR FIELD OF DAFFODILS AND TULIPS AT OUR FARM IN THE NORTH FORK.”

CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Sunset orchids; shades of café au lait; blooms from the farm.


“THE BUSINESS IS OUR BABY, SO WE’RE WORKING AT 150 PERCENT ALWAYS. IT’S GENERALLY LONG DAYS, BUT WE LOVE IT.”

@hamptonsaristocrat LOUISA YOUNG AND LEXI RITSCH Farm-to-Party Caterers

This is not your average food account. Hamptons Aristocrat is the ultimate thumb exercise, with each flick of your finger revealing a plate more vividly colorful than the last. Perfectly fresh dishes with ingredients straight from the farm are the norm for caterers Louisa Young and Lexi Ritsch, with deviled eggs, finger sandwiches, and much more offered in bulk to summer parties large and small. What they cover: “Food, food, and more food, featuring local farms and our creations!” Getting started: “I, Lexi Ritsch, had started a personal grocery-shopping concierge service and event-

planning company in the Hamptons, South Fork & Spoon, and found that my clients were looking for an ‘in-between’ service with regard to their entertaining and hosting—in between cooking at home and having a private chef and full-on catering, which requires kitchen rentals, chef staffing, and is frankly expensive.” Their social media reach: 8,320 followers. Toughest part of the job: “The business is our baby, so we’re working at 150 percent always. It’s generally hard work, long days, early mornings. But we love it.” Must-snap places: “The ‘loading dock’ seems to have the best light—ha!” If they had only one hour in the Hamptons… “We would head to the beach.” Best end-of-day drink: “A Corona poured over ice and a pinch of salt, squeeze of lime, and two dashes of Texas Pete.”

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Aristocrat harvest mezze board; buttermilk house waffles with fried Feisty Acres quail eggs; Lexi Ritsch and Louisa Young; chilled salmon cakes.

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on casey: Jacket ($2,495) and pants ($1,195), Giorgio Armani. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-6001; armani.com. Shirt, Salvatore Ferragamo ($770). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-9765; ferragamo.com. Espadrilles, Soludos ($55). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 631-3773981; 51 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5848; tenetshop.com. on roza: Dress, Valentino ($8,850). Hirshliefers, Americana Manhasset, 516-627-3566; valentino.com. D-Astro antique gold rings, Dior ($300 each). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-5680; dior.com. Pipe ring, Jennifer Fisher ($215). jenniferfisherjewelry.com


on casey: Sweater, Salvatore Ferragamo ($1,100). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-9765; ferragamo.com. Swim trunks, Solid & Striped ($158). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 631-377-3981; tenetshop.com. on annie: Top ($695), shirt ($980), and shorts ($695), Prada. Americana Manhasset, 516-365-9700; prada.com. Metal and pearl earrings, Sportmax ($295). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-5567; maxmara.com opposite page: Cardigan, Gucci ($3,200). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-3650994; gucci.com. Swimsuit, Eres ($385). 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-604-5544; eresparis.com. O-ring stud earrings, Eddie Borgo ($90). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-8025; 64 Main St., Southampton, 631283-8510; intermixonline.com

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this page: Sport coat ($4,995), shirt ($695), and trousers ($895), Ralph Lauren. 41 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2876953; 31-33 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-1222; ralphlauren.com opposite page: Maxi dress, ChloÊ ($8,495). Shari’s Place, 29 Main St., Southampton, 631-726-7200; 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516-4847400; sharisplace.com. Metal earrings, Sportmax ($195). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-5567; maxmara.com. D-Astro antique gold ring, Dior ($300). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-5680; dior.com


on casey: Sweater, Saint Laurent ($990). 3 E. 57th St., NYC, 212-980-2970; ysl.com. Shorts, Orlebar Brown ($245). 55 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3960; orlebarbrown.com. Sneakers, Gianvito Rossi ($695). barneys.com. on roza: Jacket ($2,795) and dress ($1,695), Bally. 628 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-751-9082; bally.com. Root ring, Jennifer Fisher ($265). jenniferfisherjewelry.com. on annie: One-piece suit, Vilebrequin ($250). 30 Main St., East Hampton, 631-6445790; 42 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-204-1530;

vilebrequin.com. Pants, Diane von Furstenberg ($348). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-858-3384; dvf.com. Sunglasses, Saint Laurent ($420). see above. Metal and leather cuffs, Tod’s ($365 and $465). Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, 230 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 631-3501100; saks.com. Sandals, Aquazzura ($675). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-8025; 64 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8510; intermixonline.com


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this page: Dress ($3,850) and earrings ($995), Proenza Schouler. proenzaschouler.com opposite page: Jacket, Michael Kors Collection ($2,195). 30 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-2633; 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-2672200; michaelkors.com. Swimsuit, Tomas Maier ($340). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-604-6700; tomasmaier.com. Pipe ring, Jennifer Fisher ($215). jenniferfisherjewelry.com. D-Astro antique gold rings, Dior ($300 each). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-5680; dior.com

Styling by Katherine Lande at Creative Management Hair by Danny Jelaca at Creative Management using Balmain Hair Couture Makeup by Heather Blaine at Creative Management using MAC and Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss Models: Roza Gough at MC2 Model Management, Annie Gustafsson at Elite Miami, and Casey Levins at MC2 Model Management Styling assistance by Shellie Frai Location provided by Nautilus South Beach, a SIXTY Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-503-5700; sixtyhotels.com/ nautilus-south-beach Anvera Yacht provided by Jason Halpern (pages 252-253) “Persistence” 92’ Sunseeker Motor Yacht (pages 249-251, 255)


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Up the GARDEN PATH Frances Benjamin Johnston’s early-20th-century photos reveal forgotten glories of the Hamptons’ past. by PAULA DE LA CRUZ

“THERE IS MORE TO PHOTOGRAPHY THAN JUST TAKING PICTURES!” wrote Frances Benjamin Johnston, one of America’s first photojournalists, in 1922. Unlike painting, photography was not considered a fine art at the time—thus the field was open to women. And Johnston’s background served her well: Her art studies at Paris’s Académie Julian gave her the strong sense of composition and color that sets her work apart, while her wealthy parents’ connections among the Washington, DC, elite helped her build a successful career. She shot Alice Roosevelt’s wedding portrait as well as other newsworthy figures, including Booker T. Washington and salon socialite Natalie Barney. In the early 20th century, Johnston turned her camera to gardens, capitalizing on the chief passion of the upper-class women of the Garden Club of America. This spring, the Library of Congress celebrated Johnston by spotlighting her hand-tinted glass slides of Gilded Age gardens. Sam Watters, whose book Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895–1935 catalogues the massive collection of prints and negatives that Johnston donated to the library, explains that “most of the estates of this time were built with first- and second-generation banking, industrial, and railroad fortunes. With rare exceptions, this established society owned the gardens pictured in Johnston’s slides.” The East End, of course, did not escape her lens. Watters walks us through three luxe Hamptons estates Johnston captured that all but disappeared during the Great Depression.

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OBSERVING THE FORMALITIES Black Point, Southampton “Southampton is a little backwater of God,” a society matron once remarked. Long Island’s ocean air was considered a cure-all when the city was being increasingly polluted by industry. And unlike Newport, Southampton offered a healthy atmosphere without the oppressive formality. But when H.H. Rogers Jr., the son of the Standard Oil magnate, built Black Point, his Italianate oceanfront estate on Gin Lane, in 1917, all notion of pastoral simplicity came to an end. The bucolic idea of ladies in white cotton dresses languidly watching bees pollinate meadows became a utopian fantasy, as a group of women calling themselves the Dreadnaughts commanded the social seas, enforcing a strict code of manners.

Rogers commissioned the firm Walker & Gillette to design the residence and Olmsted Brothers to handle the landscaping. Accessory buildings were constructed for the superintendents, a butcher, an engineer, a pump tower, and a private dairy. (Walker & Gillette won a Gold Medal from the Architectural League of New York for their trouble.) The mansion’s plain gray-pink stucco walls and simple blue awnings belied interiors bearing the family’s coat of arms and frescoes of Renaissance life in Florence. The gardens were also deceptively simple. An oval marble lily pond sat at the center of the entrance courtyard, and below the porch, a large rectangular pool in the middle of a wide lawn held a statue of Minerva. Formal parterres were arrayed to the west, while the children’s playhouse, with a small garden off the main lawn, “was both for flower arranging and educating children through play about nature and domestic life,” Watters says. Johnston’s Black Point slides are fine examples of how to represent a garden by carefully framing its vistas. Although she referred to the “natural colors” of the images, they were in truth artistically enhanced, and in Johnston’s work we never see the whole garden or even any people enjoying it. “Weedless, everblooming, flawless,” says Watters, “the photographed garden was timeless.” Indeed, the slides are still around for us to admire—unlike this estate, which was divided and sold as property taxes rose in the late 1930s.

OUT OF SIGHT Près Choisis, East Hampton The home of artists Albert and Adele Herter embodied the spirit of Paris’s bohemian elite before the Great War. Albert had grown up in a household that lived and breathed Aesthetic Movement design (his father’s firm, Herter Brothers, had famously decorated William H. Vanderbilt’s Fifth Avenue mansion). The couple met in art school in Paris, and they honeymooned in Japan, where they began to amass a collection of Asian objects. In 1894, Albert’s mother gave the couple 75 acres on Georgica Pond. After glamping on their land for a summer, the Herters decided to align their house with the solstice paths of the sun and moon. They hired Grosvenor Atterbury, who had designed the Parrish Art


The lily pool at Black Point, ca. 1916.

“Weedless, ever-blooming, flawless, the photographed garden was timeless.” Museum, to build their Sicilian-style salmon-pink villa and gardens. The warm color scheme was carried through inside, as in a striking red lacquered balustrade. In an interview, Albert said, “Orange and red are the colors of welcome, so that is why we place them at the doorway.” Also organized by color, the estate’s flowers were tended daily by a staff of 30 gardeners. White and blue blossoms spilled from Sicilian oil jars and blue pots in a shade garden along the porch steps, while an orange-and-yellow entrance court, called the Garden of the Sun, bloomed all summer long with tulips, climbing roses, dahlias, and sweet william. Johnston had a great affinity for the Herters’ romanticism and photographed their garden several times between 1913 and ’15. The Herters were very active in East Hampton civic life, supporting the library and Guild Hall, hosting the Ladies’ Village Improvement Society Fair, and decorating the new Maidstone Club. While at Près Choisis, the couple staged plays and held costume soirées, sometimes lighting the two-mile driveway with Japanese lanterns and welcoming their guests in Kabuki garb. In the 1920s, Enrico Caruso rented the house and sang in Albert’s painting studio, and Isadora Duncan danced there in a play Albert had written and directed. Painter Alfonso Ossorio bought the estate in 1952 and continued the tradition of hosting gatherings of young artists in the adjacent barn.

THE APPLE OF HIS EYE The Orchard, Southampton James Lawrence Breese, owner of the estate known as the Orchard, engaged renowned architect Stanford White, his friend and carousing companion, to expand what had originally been a sea captain’s house that was dwarfed by a 30-acre farm. “Many of Johnston’s commissions to photograph Beaux-Arts

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buildings and residences came from McKim, Mead & White,” notes Watters, referring to the architect’s legendary firm. Not simply another wealthy financier, Breese was also leader of the Carbonites, a salon of amateur photographers. He occupied the Orchard intermittently between 1895 and 1906. The main section of the building, considered one of the area’s best examples of Greek Revival architecture, was modeled after Mount Vernon, but the austerity stopped at the door. Inside, White’s flamboyant tastes came through in the 75-foot-long music room with ornate Italian ceilings, one of White’s final masterpieces before his death in 1906. Despite the house’s many frescoes, tiger skins, bronze chandeliers, and Renaissance tapestries, life there was “pretty informal,” wrote Breese’s daughter, Frances Miller. Yet her father’s penchant for throwing bacchanalian stag parties at his New York City photo studio—often including White and naked women—did not extend to his Southampton home. Olmsted Brothers designed the axial gardens that ran from the front of the house to the back. The company kept the eponymous orchards along the driveway and added specimen trees next to a lawn as wide as an airplane runway. In the back, parterres divided the property into formal green rooms with vegetation so lush it looked tropical. A path paved in a herringbone pattern, dotted with statues, urns, and marble benches, connected the gardens to an arbor. As their fortunes fluctuated in the 1920s, Breese and his wife started renting out the house in the summertime. In 1926, he subdivided the estate and sold a 16-acre parcel, including the fully furnished house, to Charles E. Merrill of Merrill Lynch fame. The main residence is now the Whitefield condominium complex. The herringbone path—and Johnston’s photos—is all that remains of those gorgeous gardens.

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clockwise from top left: A view from the house to the orange and yellow garden at Prés Choisis, 1913; the blue and white garden terrace at Prés Choisis, 1913; a wall fountain at Black Point, ca. 1915; the children’s garden at Black Point, ca. 1916.


POOLSIDE ACCESS Bright colors, sleek metallics, and bold, eye-catching prints make a fashion statement hotter than a Hamptons heat wave. photography by JEFF CRAWFORD styling by FAYE POWER

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Brocade shoulder bag, Tory Burch ($428). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516627-1790; toryburch.com. Lina Fleur sandals, Paul Andrew ($745). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-8025; intermix online.com. Sunglasses, Oliver Peoples pour Alain Mikli ($365). 53 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-4318; oliverpeoples.com opposite page: Fringe heel sandal, Salvatore Ferragamo ($625). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-9765; ferragamo.com. Sunglasses, Krewe ($335). krewe.com. LV Twist MM bag, Louis Vuitton ($4,400). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-4766; louisvuitton.com. Dakota wedge, Jimmy Choo ($550). 66 Newton Lane, East Hampton, 917-5394874; jimmychoo.com


Gabrielle bag, Chanel ($3,200). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-918-2700; chanel.com. Sunglasses, Miu Miu ($390). Sunglass Hut, Bridgehampton Commons, 2044 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-0507; sunglasshut.com opposite page: Pochette Metis Flowers bag, Louis Vuitton ($2,660). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-3654766; louisvuitton.com. Ravello sandal, Bottega Veneta ($670). Americana Manhasset, 516-627-7580; bottegaveneta.com. Themis sunglasses, Barton Perreira ($510). Neiman Marcus, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-368-0500; neimanmarcus.com. Minaudière, Tory Burch ($498). Americana Manhasset, 516-627-1790; toryburch.com. Paloma clutch, Christian Louboutin ($1,150). Hirshleifers, Americana Manhasset, 516-627-3566; christianlouboutin.com. Maise metallic mule, Schutz ($180). Nordstrom, Roosevelt Field Mall, 516-746-0011; nordstrom.com

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Diane wallet bag, Jason Wu ($695). Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, Huntington Station, 631-350-1100; jasonwustudio.com. Beluga bag, Devi Kroell ($2,900). 23 Main St., East Hampton, 631-604-5050; devikroell .com. Sunglasses, JPLUS ($310). jplusvision.com. Amelea sandal, Mercedes Castillo ($195). Nordstrom, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-746-0011; nordstrom.com opposite page: Dafne sandal, Mercedes Castillo ($475). Nordstrom, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-746-0011; nordstrom.com. Bag, Chanel ($5,600). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-918-2700; chanel.com. Sunglasses, Giorgio Armani ($320). Sunglass Hut, Bridgehampton Commons, 2044 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-0507; sunglasshut.com

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E 29th St. Stunning downtown loft w/flex layout: 3-4 bedrooms, 3 Waterworks baths, over 2,000 SF w/quality finishes, 10’ ceils, natural light, 7 south-facing oversized windows, 2 laundry closets, CAC, high-end appliances & storage. $3.25M WEB# 5124060 Deanna Kory 212.937.7011 Ileana Lopez-Balboa 212.323.3214

Central Park West. Dramatic loft-like space with high ceilings. Intricate Pre-war details. 2 bedroom, 2 baths. 1 staff/1 bath plus sleeping loft. South, West exposure. Full service co-op building. Price reduced. $2.95M WEB# 5118991 Deborah Grubman 212.836.1055 David Adler 212 605.9287

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MA SHEREE AMOUR EMBRACING GLAMOROUS ASPECTS OF LIFE IN THE FISHBOWL OF THE CONTEMPORARY ART WORLD ALONGSIDE HER RURAL OHIO ROOTS, ARTIST SHEREE HOVSEPIAN FINDS THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS IN BUCOLIC BRIDGEHAMPTON.

The Iranian-born, American contemporary artist is installing her first Hamptons solo show at Halsey McKay Gallery. Having barely returned from two months in Bruton, England, where her husband, celebrated artist Rashid Johnson, completed a residency at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Sheree Hovsepian anticipates a simultaneously exhilarating and tranquil summer. She takes a pause in the middle of overseeing the final touches on a tree house for the couple’s young son, Julius, rehanging art they have acquired through savvy trades with friends, and awaiting a flurry of summer houseguests. The imminent onset of “the season” is palpable. When searching for their Hamptons home, the pair craved open floor plans, high ceilings, acreage, and extra bedrooms for friends and family. Initially, their now beloved residence seemed unsuitably conventional with its shingled exterior, paneled walls, and golfer-print wallpaper in the powder room. With the help of interior designers Ashe + Leandro, they looked beyond the previous owner’s French country style to make the sprawling, woodsy

Sheree Hovsepian, in a Balmain caftan, with her ink and walnut oil work Artificial Selection (2015) in the upstairs gallery.

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SPACE BEACH RETREAT Hovsepian’s Untitled #29 (2013) photogram sits atop a hand-carved African stool. The concrete coat rack is by Misha Kahn; a Jon Pestoni hangs above.

Rashid Johnson’s Untitled (2015) walnut and aluminum dining table has become the nucleus of the home, with Apparatus light pendants suspended above. Johnson’s Untitled Anxious Man (2015) hangs on the back wall, and a vintage Scarpa chair is perched in the corner.

enclave their own. “The mission was to give a traditional house an edge with art, furniture, and fixtures,” says Ariel Ashe. A little Benjamin Moore Superwhite paint, worldclass art, Moroccan rugs, and collectable design later—and voilà: The traditional architecture now thrives harmoniously with an eclectic mix of modern and contemporary interiors. An airy,

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art-infused entrance unfolds into a light-flooded living room spotlighting an elevated conversation between sophisticates like a 1963 Sergio Rodrigues sofa, a dreamy 1965 Sam Gilliam painting, a 1970s Milo Baughman brass bench, and a 2013 Campana Brothers sofa. After that, comfort is king on the journey through the kitchen and spacious family areas.

“Art is a part of who we are, but it doesn’t define the space,” Hovsepian asserts. The clear exception is a 20-seat walnut dining table, designed by Johnson, bearing his characteristic hot-branded crosshair symbols. Overlooking the tennis court and pool in the distance, this piece places the dining room as the heart of the household. The pulse remains steady

throughout the remainder of this sanctuary with wall works and sculptures by artists including Hank Willis Thomas, Heidi Norton, Chris Martin, and Oscar Murillo. It is apparent, from the ample driveway, bordered on either side by a trampoline and basketball court, to the elaborate backyard playground and the centrally located pool table, that fun, friends, and family

take center stage here. As a multidisciplinary artist, Sheree Hovsepian’s practice includes photograms, drawing, sculpture, assemblage, and collage. Though having formally studied photography, she is not interested in recapturing scenes in a traditional photographic sense. Like Sophie Calle, Annette Messager, Lorna Simpson, and Christian Boltanski, her interests lie in


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SPACE BEACH RETREAT Johnson’s Room (2012), made of mirrored tile, black soap, wax, vinyl, and shea butter, watches over a custom sofa in the master bedroom.

“ART IS WHO WE ARE, BUT IT DOESN’T DEFINE THE SPACE.” —sheree hovsepian A Bellagio pool table holds court in the living room with a Constance Guisset light fixture overhead and Luis Gispert’s Simpleton Badness (2011) on the adjacent wall.

Hovsepian’s Untitled #39 (2013), from the Haptic Wonders series, hangs above Heidi Norton’s Medicine Plant (2010) sculpture. The artist’s Untitled #94 (2013), also from Haptic Wonders, rests under the console.

utilizing photography’s materiality and gestures—the actual paper, the romance of the darkroom, and how a camera can monumentalize something and empower the person holding it. “I think of it as almost a performance,” she says. Using a vocabulary filled with materials the cerebral creative has in her studio, she is thinking about how to formulate a new language. The freedom that comes with trying something new and not knowing the rules is intriguing and produces a duality of chaos and control. The boundary pushing is evident in her newest assemblages and drawings at Halsey McKay. A bare-bones basement studio allows Hovsepian to experiment with local resources. Nevertheless, summers are mostly about reading, writing, and researching. The Hamptons is a restorative respite that simultaneously provides the family with access to culture and activities. Decompressing lets her focus, but a perfect summer also includes entertaining and being entertained. Giggling, Hovsepian confides that, between fitness classes, gardening, and tennis, she finds herself constantly in grocery stores. Another secret indulgence is T.J. Maxx. “There is something strangely therapeutic about meandering through that store.” Being a flourishing artist, supporting her husband’s career, and being a great mom requires superior time management skills—admittedly, Hovsepian can take on too much. Bridgehampton has become her happy place where she carves out time for herself. Exercising daily, going into the studio a bit, and sharing quality time with family feeds on itself. “It makes me a whole person—a better mother, a better wife, and a better artist.”

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HOUSE PROUD SOUTHAMPTON’S TWIN PEAKS AT OLDE TOWNE COUPLES AMENITY-PACKED CONTEMPORARY LUXURY WITH TRADITIONAL CHARM. BY EMILY WEITZ

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With a putting green on the roof deck and a bowling alley downstairs, Twin Peaks at Olde Towne epitomizes East End extravagance. That was perhaps the challenge that John Kean of Kean Development set for himself when he decided to take on the 45-acre site on Olde Towne Lane in Southampton. “People say they’re trying to think of what we didn’t do,” says Kean while giving a tour of the

15,500-square-foot home, situated on four of those stunning acres. That statement applies to elements both large— massive terraces, eight fireplaces, a 60-by-34-foot gunite pool with sun shelves—and small, like the porch screens you can lower with the tap of a button on your iPad. Kean also knew that most East End buyers today want light, airy spaces, so he took the traditional oak flooring of Hamptons past and

double-bleached and wire-brushed it. “Normally we would do the floors in mahogany or dark wood,” he explains, “but this is the Hamptons. We want bright and cheery.” He applied the same principle to other choices, such as the kitchen marble, which has a soft, inviting feel. “The island is made of a precious marble called iceberg,” he says. “It’s incredibly durable.” But that’s only the first

kitchen. “This is the kitchen you look good in,” Kean jokes before unveiling the second, the chef’s kitchen, where private cooks and caterers can work behind the scenes. The living-room bar is designed to coax people out of the habitual “gather around the island” mentality and make themselves comfortable. It’s a spirit that extends to the whole house: Once guests lay down their luggage,

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The old Southampton character of this John Kean-designed estate at 9 Olde Towne Lane, listed for $39.5 million, hides an interior that’s a marvel of modern amenities.


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clockwise from top left: Situated on four manicured acres, Twin Peaks includes an attached guest cottage and a negativeedge gunite pool with an oversize spa; the luxurious living room, with a full bar and an inviting loggia; the rooftop putting green; the gourmet eat-in kitchen.

property. “It has to be visited to fully grasp the scope of Kean’s accomplishment.” Twin Peaks may be a marvel of modern amenities, but Kean did want to include some classic Southampton charm, like the sloping angles and roof peaks that echo those of neighboring estates. “We typically do traditional houses,”

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says Kean, “and even though we did this house with more of a contemporary flair, we wanted the exterior to have that feeling of old Southampton.” Located at 9 Olde Towne Lane in Southampton, Twin Peaks is listed at $39.5 million. Gary DePersia, Corcoran Group, 51 Main St., East Hampton, 631-899-0215; corcoran.com

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Beyond the Peaks Summers in Southampton mean countless opportunities to not only take in but also take part in the town’s evergrowing culture. Pick up a book from Rogers Memorial Library (91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton, 631-2830774; myrml.org), so you can expand your knowledge as you sip rosé. Meanwhile, your children can find their inner Buddhas in the library’s “Yoga with Miss Annie.” Or take the summer to learn something new by enrolling in one of the adult classes at the Southampton Cultural Center (25 Pond Lane, Southampton, 631-287-4377; scc-arts.org), like Jill McNamara’s Fashion Model Drawing Series. If you prefer a more passive immersion in Southampton culture, sit back and catch one of the center’s 12 concerts in the park.

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they may be reluctant to leave. And with a theater, spa, gym, billiard room, sunken tennis court, and more, can you really blame them? “There is nothing currently on the market that rivals Twin Peaks for size, imagination, amenities, or overall quality of construction,” says the Corcoran Group’s Gary DePersia, who represents the


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HEAVY TRAFFIC CAN ART AND COMMERCE REALLY COEXIST? IN THE HAMPTONS, IT’S ESSENTIAL THEY DO, SAY BUSINESS LEADERS, WHO REVEAL THE IMPORTANCE OF NONPROFITS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT— AND BUYING LOCAL. MODERATED BY MICHAEL BRAVERMAN

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MEET THE PANELISTS (above, from left) SILAS MARDER:

Co-owner, Marders, 120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 631-537-3700; marders.com

RAPHAEL AVIGDOR:

Licensed associate real estate broker, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 70 Jobs Lane, Southampton,

631-204-2740; theavigdor peytonteam.elliman.com NUNZIO ZAPPOLA:

Co-owner, N. Zappola & Associates, 98 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5505; zappola construction.com ALICIA LONGWELL:

Chief curator, art and education, Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-

283-2118; parrishart.org

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ALEKSANDRA KARDWELL:

Director of marketing, Bridgehampton National Bank, 2200 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-5371000; bridgenb.com

TIM DAVIS:

Licensed associate real estate broker, Corcoran Group, 88 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-7300;

President, Hamptons Employment Agency, 149 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-2041100; hamptons employment com DAN B. SCOTTI:

Designer and founder, Dan Scotti Design, PO Box 5012, East Hampton, 917-4394172; danscottidesign.com

Designer Dan B. Scotti and local artisan Ben Turley collaborated on the custom concrete coffee table in this East Hampton estate home that Scotti worked on last year. “I purchased the vintage railroad traffic mirror from Sag Harbor– based dealer JED Antiques,” Scotti says.

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Let’s get started with the ways your business interests intersect with our nonprofit arts organizations. Claudia Pilato: The arts are part of what the Hamptons are all about. As a community bank, it’s been important for us to get very involved with the nonprofits. We have a whole area that focuses on how we can help support them. We have a corporate responsibility, because most nonprofits can’t move forward without the support of the community and corporations like ours. When grants are pulled back, how can they fulfill their mission? Nunzio Zappola: One of my slogans for our advertising is “We build art you live in.” Alicia Longwell: I love that slogan. NZ: Building is a form of art in itself. In a gut renovation, we appreciate seeing the quality built into the house by the guys who had time to actually carve it and make it. We don’t have that luxury anymore, so it’s great to leave that exposed. Tim Davis: Our struggle, oddly enough in my business, is helping people understand the value of our community’s heritage in these structures. More often than not, they’re looking to tear them down or find ways around the laws protecting them. There’s so little appreciation for the architectural history of our communities with those who are buying out here, at least today.


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The Parrish Museum served as a beautifully appropriate setting for a discussion of Hamptons arts nonprofits and the business world. “History is something we embrace here at the Parrish,” says Chief Curator of Art and Education Alicia Longwell. “That’s our core value. It’s what we are really grounded in.”

“THE ARTS ARE PART OF WHAT THE HAMPTONS ARE ALL ABOUT. AS A COMMUNITY BANK, IT’S BEEN IMPORTANT FOR US TO GET VERY INVOLVED WITH THE NONPROFITS.” — CLAUDIA PILATO

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How do you make your clients aware of that heritage? Aleksandra, you deal with a lot of people on the service end. Aleksandra Kardwell: Yes, ours is a domestic staffing agency. We tell our domestic professionals how to take care of artwork, antique furniture, things like that. That’s very important here. TD: One of my responsibilities as a trustee of the Parrish is to make people aware of the museum. It’s amazing how many people don’t even know it exists! It’s our responsibility as those who reap the benefits of living and working in this community to give back in that way. Dan B. Scotti: It’s important to bring clients’ attention to our great cultural institutions, but there are still working artists here. As an interior designer, I feel an obligation to support local artisans. Elizabeth Dow is an amazing textile designer; I encourage my clients to buy her fabrics. There are furniture designers and fabricators here, painters, photographers—the list goes on. A lot of my high-networth clients buy art at auction or at their favorite gallery [elsewhere], and I encourage them to buy locally, even if they’re not purchasing a local artist. On the real estate development side of my business, I really enjoy working with local artisans—like the steelworkers erecting a breezeway for a project I’m doing right now. Raphael Avigdor: All of us are in a position to affect people’s lives, so what’s our intention? That’s key for an artist, but it applies to all of us. As brokers, a lot of the work we do is having conversations that are just educational, about the community. Brokers have the client’s trust and appreciation of their point of view. Those are powerful things. NZ: A lot of our clients are very cultured, they have worldwide exposure, and they still choose


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to be here. Their intuition of art is very prevalent in their lives. Getting clients to realize what’s here isn’t as hard as it appears to be. Getting them to leave their house is a different story. DS: The more they can realize how the art relates to their life, they can be moved much further by it. It’s everybody’s responsibility to make the institutions successful and guide them. To just expect institutions to stand on their own and mount a show or organize artists— it’s unfair, but it’s also not going to work. Let’s expand on that: How do we actually support nonprofit arts institutions? They are also the

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community centers, now more than ever. RA: Artists pave the road for the interests and the content, so to speak, of the area. The more accessibility you create for the community, the more you can engage it. Exposure is a key factor in both selling a home and building a following for the arts. AL: The Student Arts Festival at the Parrish is a perfect example of engaging the community. People forget to come to an exhibit, but when their children’s art is in a curated environment, they all come in with their families. It’s that buy-in that happens at a young age, when you start to feel, “This isn’t just a museum; this is something I want to be part of.”

“IT’S EVERYBODY’S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE THE INSTITUTIONS SUCCESSFUL AND GUIDE THEM.” —dan b. scotti

Dan B. Scotti, left, and Nunzio Zappola.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL GONZALEZ (ROUNDTABLE PARTICIPANTS); COURTESY OF CORCORAN (PROPERTY)

“There’s a sense of something different out here,” says Tim Davis of the Corcoran Group. “When you’re in Sagaponack, the sky somehow seems bigger.” And when you’re in North Haven, so do the pools, like this 50-footer on a property Davis represents.


PRIVATE ESTATE IN SAGAPONACK SOUTH Designed by Renowned Architect Frank Greenwald | Built by Delamere Building Corporation | 8,900 SF | 2.2 Acres | Tennis | Gunite Pool | Pool House | 2.5-Car Garage | 7 Bedrooms | 8 Full & 2 Half Baths Co-Exclusive. $17.9M WEB# 3812867

DEBBIE BRENNEMAN CHARLIE ESPOSITO Debbie Brenneman | Lic. Associate RE Broker | m: 631.553.7324 | debbie.brenneman@corcoran.com LIC. ASSOCIATE RE BROKER LIC. ASSOCIATE RE BROKER Charlie Esposito | Lic. Associate RE Broker | m: 516.971.5885 | charlie.esposito@corcoran.com m: 631.553.7324 m: 516.971.5885 charlie.esposito@corcoran.com

Real estate agents affiliated with The Corcoran Group are independent contractor 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. 2411 Montauk Highway, Bridehampton, NY 11932 | 631.537.7773

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That’s a challenge… CP: We certainly can never be bored!

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A home at 695 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill, represented by the Avigdor/Peyton team and staged with work by sculptor Michael Chiarello and painter Julia Greffenius. Showing more synergy between residential real estate and art, the property will also host a pop-up show by NYC’s Castle Fitzjohns Gallery this month. below left: Dan B. Scotti, Claudia Pilato, and Tim Davis. below right: Aleksandra Kardwell. PHOTOGRAPHY BY RISE MEDIA (PROPERTY); DANIEL GONZALEZ (ROUNDTABLE PARTICIPANTS)

AK: For the past two years, I’ve served on the planning committee for the Parrish. It means a lot to me to help support the education programs for children. AL: Another good example of people coming together is the Sag Harbor Movie Theater, which, as everyone knows, burned down. A group of artists got together and is leading the charge to try to rebuild. Silas Marder: It’s about keeping art relevant and giving people a place and a reason to come together. We looked at the legacy of the organizations we support, people who really have been part of the community. But in the simplest sense, it’s up to all of us to get after the person next to us to show up and be at that show or that thing. AL: What you did [with the Silas Marder Gallery] was much more than a gallery. It was a wonderful community center with the film [series]. SM: The fantastic thing about the film screenings was the consistency. It was every Friday night, something people could count on. You had confidence that it wasn’t fly-by-night but something that was really part of the community. The biggest challenge is how to make [programs] sustainable and keep a sense of enthusiasm. CP: The challenge is “Oh my gosh, there’s so much!” Where else in such a small number of miles do you have access to every level of art—from the kids to the outdoor programming to the museums? We can buy wonderful art; you can come upon a piece of outdoor art in the middle of a field. Your senses are constantly being stimulated. But how do you sustain something wonderful when there are only so many people? Art is competing against your just wanting to sit in your backyard and appreciate your house!


South of the Highway

BRIDGEHAMPTON VILLAGE

MINUTES FROM OCEAN

Turnkey 6,700 SF | 1.2 Acres | Open Floorplan | 7BR | 6BR | Den | Great Room | Media Room | Gym | Wine Cellar | Custom Kitchen | Finished Lower Level | Heated Pool | Pool House | Detached 2-Car Garage | $5.995M WEB# 5127423

Turn-of-the-Century Home Renovated in the 1990’s Awaits Transformation | 5BR | 4BA | 2.33 Acres | Beautiful Grounds with Hundred Year Old Trees | Tennis Court | Pool | Within Earshot of the Ocean | $12.5M WEB# 5167600

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SPACE ABODE & BEYOND The Interior at Sag Harbor; below: Founder/designer Stephanie Michaan.

INSIDE OUT INTERIOR DESIGNER STEPHANIE MICHAAN BRINGS HER AIRY AESTHETIC TO A NEW SAG HARBOR SHOP. BY JESSICA SOFFER

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The first thing you notice when walking into Stephanie Michaan’s new Sag Harbor store, The Interior, is that she understands space. There are rows of neat shelves lined with Turkish towels, tabletop ceramics, soaps, specialty salts, olive oils, and coffeetable books. The walls are decorated with beautiful framed photos by Read McKendree and Glen Allsop. The outside is done up with beachy plants. It is light, airy, and well

thought-out. In short, it is the perfect Hamptons spot. Michaan is an interior designer who lives in Bridgehampton and has led a wide range of projects, from a wellness studio in Bedford to a home renovation in St. Barth’s. She wanted to take her love of design to the next level. “I am most excited about sourcing and buying,” she says. “Having a store in which I can curate different designers and products is a dream.”

For Michaan, it’s not just about retail. “The store reflects my design philosophies, but is also a welcoming place for different pop-ups, trunk shows, dinner parties, et cetera.” On the docket this summer are openings for artists, dinners with stylemakers, writing workshops, and indoor/outdoor brunches with plant-based chefs. Come for the chairs, stay for the vibe. 11 Bridge St., Sag Harbor, 631-8083707; theinteriorny.com

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY JENNIFER SATINSKY (EXTERIOR); GLEN ALLSOP (INTERIORS); EMILY LABOUERIE (MICHAAN)

The minimal shelves hold pillows from Susan Connor, soaps by Tangent GC, baskets by Doug Johnston, and prints by photographer Glen Allsop; above: The Kinfolk Table book, notebooks by Appointed, and handmade bowls by Hawkins NY.


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DESIGNER SHOWPLACE OVERLOOKING

S P E C TA C U L A R O P P O R T U N I T Y AT PREMIER WHITE-GLOVE CONDO

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15 MADISON SQUARE NORTH Turnkey 4 BR, 5.5 BA luxury loft in an amenity-rich prewar condo, renovated and redesigned by Campion Platt. Enjoy lofty 12ft ceilings and a gracious open floorplan maximizing light and flow. Price upon request. Web# 2763453

PATRICIA VANCE Lic. Assoc. R. E. Broker

Office: 212.350.8576 Cell: 917.579.4016 pvance@elliman.com

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Office: 917.821.1642 sripert@elliman.com

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1 0 0 U N I T E D N AT I O N S P L A Z A , 1 9 A B Meticulously renovated one-of-a-kind 3 BR, 3 BA home with 2 wraparound balconies. A perfect place for entertaining with open city and East River views. Price upon request. Web# 2546271

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SMOOTH AS SILK DESIGNER ARI ELIZABETH REIMAGINES THE FASHION WORLD’S MOST STUNNING SCARVES AS ACCESSORIES FOR THE HOME. BY JULIE EARLE-LEVINE

Through her travels around the world, Kari Hershey collected high-end scarves from Hermés, Chanel, Dior, and other designers for more than 20 years before she decided the pieces needed to be displayed and enjoyed. So she transformed them into gorgeous vintage throw pillows, now sold under her upscale lifestyle brand, Kari Elizabeth. In her home, you’ll find a classic Hermés scarf, repurposed into a

pillow that “just pops” on a white couch, surrounded by club chairs and coffee tables from JANGEORGe in Sag Harbor. “It’s a statement piece with a pop of color, classic vintage,” says Hershey, who studied textiles at the New York School of Interior Design and gathered scarves from France and Italy. The designer recently began collecting more scarves, and is selling the expertly crafted

100-percent silk pillows, ranging in size and shape from lumbar to square, online. The couture pillows, filled with a goosefeather and down blend, will also be sold in the Hamptons in a limited quantity at Sea Green Designs in Southampton (seagreen designsllc.com). Each has its own personality. “I think the Chanel, which is a very light, almost pastel blue with a white logo, is stunning, while the Lanvin, a Kelly green, would be amazing for any Hamptons home,” says Hershey, who has also created Rolex scarf pillows, which she recommends for a man cave or someone who collects watches. “The patterns and colors are extraordinary. They’re for anyone who really appreciates vintage and midcentury fashion and design. They are so colorful and one of a kind.” karielizabethllc.com

Decorative pillows made from vintage designer silk scarves. from top: Chanel $560; Cartier $460; Rolex $420; Sant Angelo $420; Givenchy $520.

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6 Cortlandt Alley – Tribeca Brand new development ready for immediate occupancy! 5 Boutique loft residences discreetly hidden behind a restored 19th century Italianate two dramatic Penthouses with substantial outdoor space. Superb luxury finishes, keyed elevator entry, virtual doorman, fitness center, and private storage. Priced from $6,450,000. “The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from sponsor, 6 Cortlandt Alley, LLC, 60 East 42nd Street, Suite 3110, New York, NY 10017. File No. CD140392.”

44 Laight Street, #4A

PRIME FRANKLIN STREET LOFT

SERENE SIDNEY PLACE

Tribeca Excl. This 4,000SF full-floor loft is renovated to perfection and features massive entertaining space, a gorgeous chef’s kit, 4 BRs, Office, 3.5 baths + protected views from a wall of oversized windows. DM + Garage! Asks $7.895M. Web #16584028

Tribeca Excl. Sprawling 3,510SF condo loft on Tribeca’s best block! Massive entertaining space w/open kit, WBFP, 3-4BRs, Media room plus glorious sunlight through iconic arched windows. $7.75M. Web#16152374

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. $7.35M. Web#14598692

TERRACED CONDO LOFT

SUNBLASTED CORNER LOFT

PH CONDO W/ HUGE TERRACE

Tribeca Excl. Enjoy the ultimate indoor/outdoor lifestyle from this peaceful 3BR/2.5bath PH loft with WBFP + 2 landscaped terraces. Prime Doorman Condo. Unique! $4.5M. Web#16044322

Soho Excl. Enjoy non-stop light from this dramatic 3,000SF architect-designed loft featuring a massive entertaining space w/chef’s kitchen, 2-3 Bedrooms, 2.5 renovated baths + XXX mint! $4.5M. Web#15793499

Tribeca Excl. Dramatic 2BR top-floor loft features soaring ceils, WBFP, chef’s kitchen + 1,800SF private roof with spectacular city views. $4.5M. Weba#16596855

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PRIME GREENE STREET LOFT

PURE CHARM

Soho Excl. Keyed-elevator opens to this mint and magnificent home featuring a dramatic Living/Dining room with 12’ ceilings, chef’s kitchen, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths + charming views from enormous windows. Rare and elegant! $4.2M. Web#15750503

Tribeca Excl. Keyed-elevator opens to this spacious 1,900SF full-floor loft w/exposed brick walls, original tin-pressed ceilings, open chef’s kitchen, 2 bedrooms + Media area, and 2 renovated baths. Warmth & character with low maintenance. Move right in! $2.745M. Web#15678472

*The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from sponsor, 6 Cortlandt Alley, LLC, 60 East 42nd Street, Suite 3110, New York, NY 10017. Halstead Property, LLC; Halstead Brooklyn, LLC All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, change or price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. No representation or guaranty is made as to accuracy of any description. All measurements and other information should be re-confirmed by customer.


SPACE BUY THE BEACH Tibbo dining table, Dedon (from $3,790). 979 Third Ave., NYC, 212-334-3345; dedon.us

Morency lanterns in bronze, Restoration Hardware (from $165). 69 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-1300; restorationhardware.com

Cleo indoor/outdoor rug, Bunny Williams for Dash & Albert (from two feet by three feet for $142). annieselke.com Massimo modular sectional (starting at $1,305), Massimo lounge chair (starting at $2,525), Massimo coffee table (starting at $1,730), Kerry Joyce Batik Pillow Collection (starting at $119), Restoration Hardware. 69 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-1300; rh.com

Wishbone outdoor lounge chair, Roche Bobois ($2,550). 1180 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, 516-3659755; roche-bobois.com

With warmer weather comes a renewed interest in outdoor living, which means we’re spending more time getting fresh air on our porches, patios, and poolside decks. Lucky for us, some of the design world’s top brands are here to help make our outdoors as chic as our indoors with stylish new offerings that will add panache to any plein-air space. —Rhonda Reinhart

Ray chaise longue with wheels and adjustable back, B&B Italia ($5,163). 135 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-889-9606; bebitalia.com All-weather rope basket, Gloster ($800). gloster.com

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LUMINOUS PENTHOUSE WITH ICONIC LANDMARK VIEWS | $6,250,000 Turtle Bay Towers | Sun-flooded Penthouse H features over 4500sf, 6 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and three incredible terraces! Web# 2543626

MADELINE HULT ELGHANAYAN Lic. Assoc. R. E. Broker Office: 212.418.2028 mhult@elliman.com JADE CHAN Lic. R. E. Salesperson Office: 212.303.5323 jade.chan@elliman.com PETER ZAITZEFF Lic. R. E. Salesperson Cell: 917.386.4911 peter.zaitzeff@elliman.com

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Cutchogue, NY – Nassau Point Bayfront

Garden City, NY – Architectural Gem

Enjoy easy bay front living on Nassau Point. Pristine sandy bay beach just steps from the wrap around deck. Low bluff and wide open views of Peconic Bay and beyond. 1.39 acres with room for pool and tennis. SD #9. MLS# 2915695. $2,400,000. Mariah Mills, 631.477.0013, c.631.965.2557 | Carol Szynaka, 631.734.5439, c.917.640.2622

Iconic Estate poised on 1+ lush acre – exceptionally renovated throughout, this grand 6-bedroom classic Colonial offers comfortably scaled rooms for special gatherings and everyday living. Beautiful chef’s kitchen, serene master suite and lower level wine cellar. SD #18. MLS# 2938346. $3,798,000. Ann Hance 516.627.4440, c.516.660.1680 | Fortune Heaney, 516.248.6655, c.516.521.9772

Cutchogue, NY – Country Sophisticate

Jamesport, NY – Wine Country Elegance

Laurel Hollow, NY – Panoramic Water Views

Mill Neck, NY – “Beechfield”

SD #9. MLS# 2900611. $999,000. Cheryl Schneider, 631.298.4130 c.631.766.2598

SD #2. MLS# 2933292. $800,000. Cheryl Schneider, 631.298.4130 c.631.766.2598

CSH SD #2. MLS# 2925862. $2,999,000. Diane Anderson, 631.692.6770 ext.222 c.516.383.7354

SD #3. MLS# 2935223. $3,985,000. Bonnie Devendorf, 516.759.4800 ext.111 Katie Cuddeback, 516.759.4800 ext.133

Huntington, NY – Magnificent Water Views

Matinecock, NY – “The Magnolias”

Spectacular custom home. Marble, granite, inlaid flooring, gas and wood burning fireplaces, exquisite mantels, guest suite. Oversized pool with fountains and waterfalls, hot tub and entry from pool to game room with fireplace and gym. Huntington SD #3. MLS# 2836566. $2,999,999. Nikki Sturges, 631.427.6600 ext.211, c.631.375.8557

Classic Georgian Colonial is situated on over 10 beautiful acres. Entertaining rooms have majestic views of the property. Elegant master suite has luxurious bath. State-of-the-art kitchen opens to family and breakfast rooms. Saltwater pool and tennis court complete this distinguished Estate. Masterpiece Listing. SD #3. MLS# 2935723. $9,500,000. Jennifer B. Kelter, 516.759.4800, c.516.658.3243 | Anne E. Kerr, 516.759.4800 ext.124, c.516.445.8057

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Old Brookville, NY – Valentine Meadows

Oyster Bay Cove, NY – “Copper Beach”

Stately brick Georgian Country House set on 17.7 acres, only 25 miles from Manhattan. A tree lined drive leads pass the meadows to the well-appointed 14-room house. The stone walls and paths lead to the pool, cabana, tennis, and gardens. SD #1. MLS# 2924211. $8,500,000. Kathleen (Kathe) Dodd, 516.759.4800, c.516.504.8771

Magnificent 4.95-acre waterfront Estate with modern 12,000+ sq. ft. home. Spectacular panoramic Oyster Bay Harbor water views. Patios, boathouse and dock, cabana pool house, heated gunite pool and spa, tennis court, guest house, 3-car garage and 425 ft. of direct waterfront. SD #6. MLS# 2931940. $9,900,000. Frances Covello, 516.922.9155 ext.145 | Lois Kirschenbaum, 516.484.1800 ext.229

Roslyn Harbor, NY – New Construction

Shelter Island, NY – Stunning Estate

Shelter Island, NY – Stylish Traditional

Shelter Island, NY – Waterfront Modern

Roslyn SD #3. MLS# 2918246. $3,200,000. Tara Matchton, 516.484.1800, c.516.641.2652 Lois Kirschenbaum, 516.484.1800 ext.229 c.516.526.7425

SD #1. MLS# 2918292. $4,700.000. Debra Von Brook-Binder, 631.749.1155 c.631.872.2889

SD #1. MLS# 2934613. $1,175,000. Debra Von Brook-Binder, 631.749.1155 c.631.872.2889

SD #1. MLS# 2845047. $1,375,000. Susan Cincotta, 631.749.1155, c.631.514.9891

Shelter Island, NY – Borders Horse Farm

Shelter Island, NY – Perfect Modern

SD #1. MLS# 2936534. $395,000. Susan Cincotta, 631.749.1155, c.631.514.9891

SD #1. MLS# 2944422. $1,640,000. Linda McCarthy, 631.749.1155, c.631.745.2626

Shelter Island, NY – Golf Course Gem

Southampton, NY – Sunny and Spacious

Riverhead, NY – Sound Front Splendor

SD #1. MLS# 2902778. $1,689,000. Linda McCarthy, 631.749.1155, c.631.745.2626

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

Situated at the gateway to the North Fork’s bucolic farm and wine country, this dynamic 36-acre property boasts 320 ft. of private beach, with developments rights intact. So many options here. SD #2. MLS# 2945746. $2,975,000. Patricia Cosmadelis, 631.734.5439, c.631.433.1793 | Matthew Gillies, 631.734.5439, c.516.779.0551

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Shelter Island, NY â&#x20AC;&#x201C; "The Lighthouse Estate"

The Lighthouse Estate offers the perfect expression of classic harborside elegance in a peaceful Shelter Island retreat. Conceived by Peter Pennoyer Architects, recognized by Architectural Digest (AD100) as a design leader, The Lighthouse embodies meticulous classic details with all the amenities and comforts a contemporary lifestyle. Relax on the expansive veranda or escape down to the secluded beach and a 110 ft. dock for your sail or powerboat or to arrive by seaplane. Gourmet kitchen, expansive entertaining space, 3 en suite bedrooms and a separate garage and guest cottage comprise an exquisite home for the discerning buyer. SD #1. MLS# 2853950. $4,950,000. Wayne Marciano, 631.692.6770 ext.260, c.516.987.1500 Catherine Debackere, 631.749.1155, c.917.912.2983

Oyster Bay Cove, NY

Private Waterfront retreat just 60 minutes from NYC. Enjoy stunning harbor views and sea breezes throughout the year. 170 ft. of sandy beach leads to shore birds and pristine water. Dive off the private dock for a refreshing morning swim or depart for a restorative afternoon sail. A beautiful home to enjoy both family and friends. Nantucket Shingle-style Colonial. 6-bedroom, 4.5-bath and nearly every room a water view. Boat house. Deeded 4-room Cottage. Full attic. OB/EN SD #6. MLS# 2943440. $5,395,000. Wayne Marciano, 631.692.6770 ext.260, c.516.987.1500 Kathryn Maxwell-Pournaras, 516.759.4800 ext.131, c.516.857.3011

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An inviting path leads to Clelia and Tom Zacharias’s shade garden, filled with Japanese painted ferns, hosta Elegans, and astilbe Bridal Veil. The Buddha head, representing harmony and enlightenment, contributes to the peaceful feeling.

AN ACRE OF PARADISE TWO DEDICATED AMATEUR HORTICULTURISTS GET A SECOND CHANCE TO MAKE THEIR DREAM GARDEN. BY JAMEE GREGORY PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOSH LEHRER

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Clelia and Tom Zacharias devoted 20 years to their first garden in Southampton, searching nurseries for plants and tending to them side by side. In 2013, facing an empty nest, they purchased a new home, doubling their acreage. In early spring of last

year, they turned to Hal Goldberg, the late landscape designer and former Southampton Rose Society president, to make small changes. “Instead, we were so motivated by his counsel that we ended up redoing everything!” Clelia says. “We bought

huge urns for focal points and learned not to buy three plants of many varieties but hundreds of the same. Hal created a May garden, using 100 white digitalis. That is a statement.” Other touches include the seven-foot-tall pleached hornbeam trees that


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SPACE GARDEN CLUB left: The French-style parterre is outlined with boxwood, while each section contains a different variety of white rose. The towering Italianate urn in the center was discovered in Riverhead. below: Egyptian-style obelisks add vertical elements to the garden’s design.

punctuate the premises. A magical walkway of bluestone steps makes the fern-filled shade garden a lovely place to linger. Pared-down plant material, framed by evergreens, creates a serene setting. “We’re old-fashioned,” Clelia says. “Hal pushed us out of our comfort zone, eliminating our English flower beds and creating a more formal, Italianate garden, defined by green spaces, boxwood, and powerful shapes. He installed a rose garden, teaching us what a rose can do. We did insist on keeping one bed, behind the pool, where we still potter around. He turned us loose there!” Hal Goldberg passed away in May, but Tom, who is involved with the Checkerboard Film Foundation, the Parrish Art Museum, and the Southampton Association,

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is devoted to this project, spending hours at work on it. “It’s just beginning,” he says. “We have lots of time to devote. A garden has to be revisited every three years.” Clelia’s first love is the flower bed. “At the end of a day of gardening,” she says, “we take a bottle of wine and two glasses and sit together on the little bench in the garden, surveying our ‘estate.’ Thank God we only have one acre! We love entertaining outside, hosting 60 for dinner around the pool. We had a July 4th lunch for 100 with pizza trucks. We use the whole garden. A hummingbird station, filled with nectar, sits outside our back door—I see it from three windows. The birds visit like angels. Our kids come from the city, bringing friends.” For the Zachariases, it seems, their redesigned garden is hardly an empty nest!

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After working in the garden, Tom and Clelia Zacharias love to relax there in the afternoon, where purple buddleia and vitex provide splashes of color.

“IT’S JUST BEGINNING. WE HAVE LOTS OF TIME TO DEVOTE. A GARDEN HAS TO BE REVISITED EVERY THREE YEARS.” —tom zacharias


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SELLING POINTS IN HER LIFE AS A BROKER, JESSICA J. VON HAGN SELLS WHAT SHE LOVES—THE EAST END.

above: Jessica J. von Hagn. top, clockwise from left: Von Hagn’s listings include a classic cape home on Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton; a four-bedroom in Montauk’s Ditch Plains; and a traditional cedar shake home on Mill Hill Lane in East Hampton Village.

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Jessica J. von Hagn moved to the Hamptons for the region’s clean, simple beauty. “It’s funny to equate the Hamptons with simpler,” she says, “but behind the summertime flash, it really is just a beautiful blessed area.” Her first professional dip into the local real estate market was in 2011, when she and her husband bought an investment property in North Haven. “Upon completing a full gut renovation and

expansion, I found out I was pregnant with my first child,” she recalls. The couple relocated to North Haven from New York City, and now von Hagn sells the Hamptons lifestyle for a living. Based in the Sag Harbor office of Brown Harris Stevens, she is spreading her roots deep into the community. Her experience with the East End goes back 20 years, when her parents owned a small real estate investment company that focused

on Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, and Sag Harbor. She uses this background, as well as her vision for creating investments in highdemand areas, to propel her business. But it’s also her love for the place that drives her. “From the gorgeous farmland to the pristine bays and oceans, it is a natural paradise,” says von Hagn. Year round, she loves to grab a drink at Baron’s Cove and the American Hotel in Sag

Harbor. Come summer, the choices increase exponentially, including Sunset Beach or Salt on Shelter Island, The Beacon in Sag Harbor, or Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack. “On a typical day off in summer, you’ll find me at Sagg Main Beach,” she says, “or exploring the bays with my two kids or on our boat at some remote beach.” Brown Harris Stevens, 96 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-903-6189; bhshamptons.com

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SPACE TREND Drift Away: Funboy’s floats are more than your average inner tube. Their new yacht model comes with an ice basin to keep your wine chilled while you chill.

SUMMER’S HOTTEST INSTAGRAM TREND IS BACK IN FULL FORCE. BY TIM LATTERNER

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Inflatable-swan pool floats flooded Instagram feeds last summer. But this season, floats are getting high-end facelifts, swapping out flimsy models for stronger materials,

brighter colors, and a range of shapes and figures sure to light up your feed. Hop onto one of these on-trend floaties and enlist a friend to snap a pic. We guarantee your likes will skyrocket.

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Set sail on this uber-luxe mini-yacht, complete with an ice basin so you can rosé all day. (Funboy Yacht, $128, funboy.com) CHASING RAINBOWS

TOP: GetFloaty.com offers a chic blue seashell for a fun and elegant look; LEFT: Dylan’s Candy Bar is making a splash with colorful candy floats like this; RIGHT: Shelby Farrell shows off her float-pics game.

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With over 50 feet of lounge room, this enormous daybed is perfect for relaxing and dreaming with a companion. (Funboy Rainbow Cloud Daybed, $169, funboy.com) DO YOU BELIEVE IN MAGIC?

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water accessories, 2017 is all about the unicorn. (Funboy Rainbow Unicorn, $99, funboy.com) ROLLING IN DOUGH

From Dylan’s Candy Bar comes this good-enoughto-eat pool companion that will have you craving something sweet. (Oversized Donut, $30, dylanscandybar.com) LITTLE MERMAID

Channel your inner sea goddess and fan out on this classy scalloped surface. (Blue Seashell, $78, getfloaty.com)

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Find a friend: Grab your best girlfriend— preferably one who enjoys selfies—and make it a photo shoot. They’ll know what to do. Bring a cocktail: Avoid the awkward “What do I do with my hands?” dilemma. Plus, drinks just taste better floating in the pool. Check your surroundings: Make sure your background looks as good as you do. Nothing ruins an Instagram post like dad’s ride-on mower.

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EAST HAMPTON SOUTH ESTATE SECTION GEM ON 1.5 ACRES In the coveted estate section of East Hampton Village, this home sits on the far end of the property creating a stately approach from Ocean Avenue. Built in 1928 and constructed of stone with a combination of Mansard and Ludowici style roofing, this East Hampton classic is rich in history and evokes the style of the original summer colony estates. 6,000 SF of living space includes 7 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Four fireplaces (including 1 in the master bedroom), custom woodwork and wood floors lend warmth while the French doors and abundant windows throughout invite light. A second-floor balcony extends from the guest bedroom and allows for views of the spacious backyard and pool. Ocean beaches and the village center are both in walking distance. $8.25M WEB# 5159588

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Ox Pasture Road boasts some of the most glorious homes in the estate section of Southampton Village. This gem is no exception. Down a private drive is the most enchanting carriage house brought to life with the elegance and charm of days gone by. This home sits with quiet but stately presence on a private and expansive lot surrounded by Cherry Trees, Apple Trees and more. The brand new pool off the Wisteria draped patio has plenty of room for the addition of a luxurious pool house. Update and expand existing home or start fresh with your own architect. $9.1M WEB# 5125228

Elegant living on Coopers Farm Road one block to Southampton Village. This recently updated village home exudes style with a gorgeous double-height entry, Ralph Lauren fixtures, hardwood floors and a gourmet kitchen including Wolf range. Stroll the marble pathways to the impeccable outdoor entertaining space complete with exquisite fire/fountain water feature, outdoor kitchen island and luxurious pool house. Control 4 Touch pad/iPhone controls music, ambiance and comfort. 6 bedrooms, 7.5 baths. 2 miles to Coopers Beach. $5.15M WEB# 3795012

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SPACE NATURAL HABITAT

THE NATURE OF DESIGN EDMUND HOLLANDER’S FLYING POINT BEACH HOUSE LETS NATURE TAKE CENTER STAGE.

At this awardwinning Flying Point home designed by Edmund Hollander, the dunescape was fully restored, replacing all the invasive plants with native species to stabilize the fragile dune soils.

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The crashing waves of the Atlantic are the main theme of the Hamptons’ ambient symphony. The ocean air that conveys the sound into our homes also carries the unmistakable scents of the season, stirring our memories of the tastes and textures of summers past. The best beach gardens embrace every sensory element,

transporting us back to the water, the wind, the sand, and the sun. Hollander Design recently finished an oceanfront project at Flying Point that brings all these components into concert. “The native garden we designed at Flying Point succeeds because it engages all the senses,”

says founder Edmund Hollander, whose firm won a 2016 Honor Award from the American Society of Landscape Architects for the entire residence. Located next to a parking area paved with recycled crushed oyster shells, the garden is situated in an open court below the concrete body of the elevated

main house. Hollander Design restored the dune in front of the two pavilions by removing invasive species and replanting native beach grass (Ammophila breviligulata). “It’s really indistinguishable where Mother Nature’s dune ends and our man-made dune starts,” says Hollander.

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left: A raised wooden walkway extends from the residence, along the back of the pool house, and out to the ocean. right: The simple juxtaposition of the main house, pool house, and pool results in a beautifully minimalist landscape.

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Beach grass is planted from plugs, and its roots form a mesh that holds the dune together. Rose shrubs hide the gap between the ground and the elevated floor. Along the sides of the property and the boardwalk leading to the ocean, Northern bayberries (Myrica pensylvanica) are a great source of food for migratory songbirds. Near the pool house, seaside goldenrod attracts thousands of monarch butterflies in the fall,

when the grasses begin to lose their vibrant greens. As with most Hamptons construction projects, “It started with an old house,” notes Hollander. As the design team developed the new site, it became clear that the architecture would have to cede the spotlight to the natural landscape. Unimpeded by beams and with few window frames, the first view of the ocean from inside the house inevitably yields an aha moment, with the

indoors becoming the great outdoors. “There is a direct response of colors between architecture and nature,” Hollander adds. Further, the pool house is made of glass, and the zero-edge pool seems to disappear as it reflects the sky and vegetation. The architecture is bold but not heavy, and although the design is rooted very much in the now, its minimalism makes it classic. Hollander Design employed only a handful

of plant species to compose this landscape, just as very few materials are used in the architecture. Sensitive to the local ecology, this Flying Point house is an exercise in restraint. “It comes from nature,” says Hollander. Never does a garden succeed more than when it quietly complements the simplicity and magic of the natural world. Hollander Design, 200 Park Ave. S., Ste. 1200, NYC, 212-473-0620; hollanderdesign.com

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“THERE IS A DIRECT RESPONSE OF COLORS BETWEEN ARCHITECTURE AND NATURE.” —edmund hollander


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SPACE BIG DEAL This unique oceanfront masterpiece at 7 Fairfield Pond Lane—with its tennis court, Jacuzzi, and rooftop deck—is so light and airy that passersby can see through the house to the sky beyond.

WATCH THE THRONE SUSAN BREITENBACH IS MAKING WAVES AS THE EAST END’S TURNKEY QUEEN.

The Wall Street Journal ranked Susan Breitenbach as the top Hamptons broker for 2016. We sat down with her to talk about her success. What is it about you that makes some of the most high-powered people in the world turn to you when deciding to purchase a home? I take my business very seriously, and I live and breathe real estate every minute. Most important is knowledge in my business, experience from doing this full-time for 27 years, and having negotiating skills. I am still amazed when some of the most powerful people in the world not only ask for my opinion on real estate, but then they listen! What is one of the most satisfying deals you have ever completed? I think all the deals I do are satisfying, but one that comes to mind was a very challenging one, where the owner kept changing her mind, price, and terms for almost six months. The buyers were extremely patient. They had total confidence in me that I would get the deal done.

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What is the most interesting or intriguing property you’re representing now? Jacqueline Kennedy’s family property at 121 Further Lane, where she grew up in East Hampton. It is impeccably restored, like no other property I have seen, on more than seven acres with many outbuildings. Do you have any advice to prospective buyers about the Hamptons market right now? Right now it is a great time to buy. With summer coming, there’s lots of inventory, and prices have adjusted. Where are some great properties that people might miss? There are some amazing properties that are under the radar, north of the highway, most notably Matt Lauer’s 25-acre estate, which is a gardener’s dream. It’s so private and beautiful. What’s the secret to your success? The secret to success in real estate is to put your heart into it, be the most knowledgeable, work 24/7, and never give up! 1936 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-8990303; susanbreiten bach.com

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85 Highland Terrace is a 10,000-square-foot estate with a private tree-lined drive, a huge chef’s kitchen, and stunning landscape architecture by Edmund Hollander, for a total resort feel.

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF BATES MASI ARCHITECTS (7 FAIRFIELD POND LANE); COURTESY OF THE CORCORAN GROUP (85 HIGHLAND TERRACE)

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WORLD-CLASS ESTATE Shelter Island Extraordinary landmark residence offering 7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, 4.8± acres, 400± ft. waterfront dock and boathouse. $32,000,000 | ShelterIslandWaterfrontEstate.com Beate V. Moore Associate Broker, 516.527.7868

POLISHED AND NEW Water Mill 8 bedrooms, 9.5+ baths, 10,300± sq.ft., master suite with private deck, wine cellar, pool, spa, and pool pavilion. $11,295,000 | 951CobbRoadWest.com Patricia Petrillo Associate Broker, 516.356.5136

GEORGICA DESIGNER’S OWN NEW CONSTRUCTION East Hampton 7 bedrooms, 7.5+ baths, gated 1± acre, heated gunite salt water pool, waterfall, spa and pool house. Elevator to all three floors. $9,995,000 | 200GeorgicaRd.com Rylan Jacka, Associate Broker, 516.702.5707

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SPACE NOW OPEN

OPENING CEREMONY THE TODD MERRILL GALLERY IS BACK FOR A THIRD SOUTHAMPTON SEASON.

chair: Chris Rucker, Powder Coated Steel High Chair, 2017; light: Chris Rucker, Steel Pendant Light, 2017; painting: Ezra Cohen, 9, 2017

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Todd Merrill will reopen his namesake summer Southampton gallery with a groundbreaking exhibition pairing two contemporary painters—Knox Martin, 94, and his protégé, Ezra Cohen—for the first time. Martin’s works, often simple shapes in complex compositions, have been shown in more than 40 museum collections in the US and internationally. “Knox Martin is a legend, and one of the few remaining New York School Expressionists, [a group] that also included Jackson Pollock of East Hampton,” says Merrill. “His work is being exhibited along with that of his celebrated younger protégé, Ezra Cohen, who is an abstract Expressionist in the same style as Knox, but a much younger generation, which makes it very interesting.” Cohen, 24, studied under Martin at the Art Students League of New York, where Martin came into his own in the 1940s. Cohen is known for his large, vibrant abstract paintings. “He has been dipped into Abstract Expressionism and has retained some of this, but there is definitely a very ‘now’ feeling to his work,” says Merrill. The gallery, housed in the original Bergdorf Goodman summer store from the 1920s, will also house New York designer Chris Rucker’s large-scale sculptural works, including outdoor furniture made of folded steel, in brilliant powder-coated colors, for lounging by the pool or garden. 11 S. Main St., Southampton, 631-259-3601; toddmerrillstudio.com

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SELF BEACH BODY & SOUL

A STROKE OF GENIUS JUST ONE YEAR AFTER ITS INCEPTION, EAST END ROW MAKES WAVES IN THE FITNESS WORLD WITH THE OPENING OF ITS THIRD LOCATION.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY GORDON GRANT (ROWER CLOSE-UP, ROGERS ON ROWER); BRANDON DOTTIN (CLASS, LOBBY, ROWERS); BRYAN DOWNEY (ROGERS SHADOW)

BY LAUREN EPSTEIN

In a place like the Hamptons, where nearly everything is water-themed— from nautical décor to fine seafood dining—it was only a matter of time before fitness followed suit. Enter East End Row, the first studio in the region dedicated entirely to rowing workouts. Since bringing the new rowing rage to the area when it opened its first location last year in Southampton, East End Row has had overwhelming success. After launching a second outpost on Manhattan’s Upper East Side last fall, founder Liza Benson is now debuting a third this summer, in East Hampton. “We really hit a nerve in the boutique fitness market,” says Benson. “Indoor rowing uses 84 percent of the body’s muscles, provides intense interval training, and is completely low-impact. That’s why we call it the perfect exercise.” Each 50-minute class employs state-of-the-art rowing machines and weight-based strength training, set to beat-bumping music and the sound of instructors shouting, “Legs, abs, and arms!” “Our concept has always been light and airy, evoking the ocean,” Benson says of the studios’ interior design. But the new East Hampton space comes with some extra seainspired flair, including a giant beach-and-lighthouse photomural and a crew boat hanging from the ceiling. East Hamptonites, get ready to row, row, row your boat! 460 Pantigo Road, East Hampton; 33 Hill St., Southampton, 631-353-3626; eastendrow.com

clockwise from top left: One of East End Row’s state-of-the-art machines; a class in East Hampton; the East Hampton studio; instructor Albee Rogers in Southampton; the studio in Southampton; Rogers.

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SELF UNWIND

ORGANIC BEAUTY PICKS FOR A RELAXING SUMMER. BY CRYSTAL MARTIN

Brad Black and Susan GriffinBlack cofounded EO Products 22 years ago with health in mind. “We wanted to make beautiful products that we could use on our kids,” says Griffin-Black. They began with organic essential oils and built a brand around self-care and a sustainable manufacturing ethos. “Essential oils can enhance our well-being in an accessible way,” she explains. Here, the duo shares their favorite summer products. START WITH THE BASICS Griffin-Black describes alcohol-based, natural deodorant as a gateway product. “It’s one of the first things people turn to when they have a healthier lifestyle,” she says. Instead of stopping sweat with antiperspirant, she recommends a deodorant, like EO Certified Organic

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Deodorant Spray Citrus ($7), that instead kills odor-causing bacteria with organic ethanol and citrus oils.

“ESSENTIAL OILS HAVE THE ABILITY TOENHANCE OUR WELL-BEING IN AN ACCESSIBLE WAY.” —SUSAN GRIFFIN-BLACK

A SCENTED BATH Griffin-Black suggests adding a few drops of rose essential oil to the bath. “Taking a bath is one of the simplest ways to experience self-care. I learned how to meditate in the bath when my son, who is now in his 30s, was 2. It’s a quiet space.” CALM AFTER THE SUN Keep your lotion on ice for a refreshing treat after a long day in the sun, says Griffin-Black. “Lavender has healing properties that help repair and hydrate sun-parched skin,” she says. Try EO French Lavender Body Lotion ($9). Provision Health Store,7 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-7253636; eoproducts.com

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FROM TOP LEFT: EO Essential Oils are distilled from flowers, fruits, resins, trees, and spices; founders Susan Griffin-Black and Brad Black; EO Certified Organic Deodorant Spray Citrus ($7) and French Lavender Body Lotion ($9).

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BARRE YOU READY? BOUTIQUE FITNESS STUDIO ELEMENTS IS POISED TO BE THIS SEASON’S HOTTEST BARRE.

For Andrea Fornarola, founder of Elements Fitness, luxury means personalization. Her barre-centered boutique studio aims to upend the one-size-fits-all approach to exercise. “We remove the unrefined elements of boutique fitness. We do a full assessment of new clients and know what their goals are before they start a workout plan,” says Fornarola. This summer, Elements takes Fornarola one huge step closer to realizing her goal. They’ve opened a new 550-square-foot space for private training. “We have a big private-training following that we can now accommodate in-studio on their own schedules,” says Fornarola. The benefits of in-studio private training are many, she says. The Elements barre method, designed by Fornarola, requires bands, weights, and ballet barres— something not typically available in most homes. And, she adds, working out away from home makes that time more restorative. “It’s just nice to get away.” Also new is an advanced take on the signature Elements class. “It takes barre to the next level. It’s nonstop conditioning,” Fornarola explains. For dedicated barre enthusiasts who can’t get to the studio, Elements is launching a streaming service this summer. “We’re in the process of expanding to New York, but we get people from all over. And soon they’ll be able to take the Elements experience back with them,” she says. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-5445; elementsfitness studio.com

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Elements founder Andrea Fornarola takes a customized, private-training approach at her East Hampton studio, with classes like her signature barre, high-energy dance fusion, and SUP.

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For Gwendolen Bokine, a former New York City high school teacher, a move to Montauk seven years ago jump-started her own vegan diet and sharpened her focus on fitness. Now, with her health consultancy, Gwennie on the Go, she has set out to help others. Veganism: an intro Bokine’s signature event, “Beyond Twigs, Sticks, and Berries,” helps curious omnivores discover delicious, plant-based cuisine. Once a month, 30 guests indulge in a five-course vegan meal prepared by a Hamptons chef. “There’s a cooking demonstration. And the simpler it is, the more likely people are to try the meal at home—that’s the goal,” says Bokine. The next event will be held in mid-July at the Watchcase condominiums in Sag Harbor. But it’s not all or nothing Bokine studied nutrition and the health benefits of a plant-based diet at Cornell. While she always had concerns about the welfare of animals, she simply lost her taste for animal products. “But I’m not trying to scare people into eating better,” she says. Instead, she encourages her clients to gradually crowd out meat and other animal products from their diets. Besides her own garden, her favorite place to get produce is Country Garden Farm in Bridgehampton (35 Millstone Road). “You have all the local squashes, potatoes, yams. Take advantage of it!” The mind-body connection Bokine encourages her clients to take a 360-degree approach to health. “When I’m working with clients, I’m not looking for them to simply fit into their bikinis. I want to change how they think,” she says. “The more conscious you become, the better decisions you’ll make about diet and exercise.” gwennieonthego.com

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Health coach Gwendolen Bokine helps people discover delectable plant-based cuisine with monthly dinners and cooking demonstrations.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC STRIFFLER

FORGET WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT VEGANISM—GWENDOLEN BO INE’S GWENNIE ON THE GO IS BRINGING CARBIVORES OF ALL STRIPES INTO THE FOLD. BY CRYSTAL MARTIN


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Tracy Anderson in her East Hampton studio. inset: Anderson’s functional smoothies are now on the summer menu at the Golden Pear Cafes.

“IT’S REALLY COOL TO THINK PEOPLE CAN HAVE A HEALTHY ON-THE-GO OPTION THAT ALSO HELPS THEM REACH WEIGHT-LOSS GOALS.” —tracy anderson

GRAB-AND-GO FITNESS GURU TRACY ANDERSON LAUNCHES A LINE OF LEAN PRODUCTS RIGHT HERE, AT THE GOLDEN PEAR.

You now have six studios across the country, with two in the Hamptons. Tell us about opening your first studio in Water Mill. My Water Mill studio is so special to me, especially as a year-round Hamptons resident. It’s home, and where I teach and create new content every day when

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I’m not in NYC, Los Angeles, or on my ViTAlity tour. The energy in that space is truly incredible. It’s one of two spaces in the Hamptons where you’ll find my latest Super-G flooring, heating, humidity, and sound systems that give my clients the ideal workout experience. I teach there

personally, and I am hosting several ViTAlity weeks there this summer. I love bringing people from all over the world to the Hamptons. Everyone agrees it’s one of the most special places on Earth! This summer brings multiple launches for you and one that is right here

at home. Tell us about working with the Golden Pear on their four locations and bringing health and wellness to those outposts. How did that relationship start? My protein and energy smoothies and Ultimate Clear Bars have been so popular (we can barely

maintain the inventory!) that we thought why not share our menu with a Hamptons mainstay for everyone— Tracy Anderson studio client or not—to enjoy? We discussed the concept and approached the Golden Pear Cafes as our first choice for this type of partnership. The Cafes exude an

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ZEV STARR-TAMBOR (ANDERSON)

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easy style and charm that epitomizes Hamptons living at its best, which aligns with our brand ethos, especially out East. So you will have smoothies mixed with your patented protein powder and your latest all-organic Ultimate Clear Bars? Yes, each of the Golden Pear Cafes has a Tracy Anderson menu board for summer 2017 with smoothies I’ve created for pre/post-workout, detoxification, and weight loss. Johns Hopkins University holds patents on two of the power ingredients. These are smoothies that are truly optimizing. You’ll also find my Ultimate Clear Bars in cherry pie and peanut butter cookie dough flavors. They’re 100 percent organic and the best-tasting meal replacement bars out there. I have received countless weight-loss success stories with using my bars as a meal replacement. It’s really cool to think people can have a healthy on-the-go option that also helps them reach their weight-loss goals. The summer is all about on-the-go items. What

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health essentials do you always have in your bag? I always have (many, many) bottles of water with me. It’s so important to stay hydrated while on the go—especially in the summer. My bag is also stocked with at least one of my Ultimate Clear Bars, Eden Foods’ tamari almond snack packs, Ecco Bella’s organic moisturizer, and probably one Green & Black’s organic chocolate bar. Yes, I eat chocolate! Your classes are the hardest to book in the Hamptons. What are you offering new this season? Every week is a new strategic conversation I have with your body. I don’t have to come up with any new trend because I am totally research-based and have done my homework, properly completing three studies to support my integrated methodology. We really try to keep up with the demand as best we can! This year I’m hosting three ViTAlity weeks at my Water Mill studio, which is the most I’ve ever offered. 30 Park Pl., East Hampton, 631-604-6529; 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-617-5621; tracyanderson.com

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NEW CHOO IN TOWN FROM CASUAL BRUNCH TO SOPHISTICATED SOIRÉE, JIMMY CHOO IS THE CHOICE FOR MULTITASKING HAMPTONITES THIS SUMMER.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC STRIFFLER

BY CASEY TRUDEAU

With the summer social season officially upon us, now’s the perfect time to update your selection of showstopping footwear. Beloved for its fashionforward styles, Jimmy Choo recently launched an East Hampton pop-up store (open through October) featuring key styles from the brand’s Pre-Fall 2017 line. “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.” So whether it’s for brunch with the girls in Southampton, date night in Montauk, or a vineyard wedding, picking up a new pair of Jimmy Choos for the summer routinely tops the to-do list of chic East Enders. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 917-539-4874; jimmychoo.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 by soft suedes. It’s no wonder this spot is a favorite among East Enders. 83 Main St., Southampton, 631-3533773; aerin.com

Since 1818, Brooks Brothers’ classic looks have been synonymous with Hamptons style. Often having a nautical theme, the label’s summer staples range from impeccably tailored suits to crisp button-downs for him and her. 48–50 Main St., Southampton, 631-287-3936; 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, 631-527-7102; clic.com

ALICE + OLIVIA

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

Stacey Bendet, CEO and creative director of Alice + Olivia, devises colorful, whimsical designs that capture the free spirit of the East End and attract a loyal following. The 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 jewelry from designers including Lele Sadoughi and Lulu Frost. 79 Main St., East Hampton, 631-7027155; 58 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-204-0164; aliceandolivia.com

Legendary Italian fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli graces the Hamptons with this signature shop featuring home goods, luxe ready-towear, and accessories. INSIDER TIP: Keep an eye out for his beloved (and unparalleled) cashmere in both clothing and home products. 39 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3400; brunellocucinelli.com

New York’s hottest fitnesswear store embraces the motto “Dream it. Do it. Be it.”—which also sums up the high-energy feel of the shop and the high-performance quality of the sleek athleticwear and athleisure finds. 44 Main St., Southampton, 631-488-4304; bandier.com

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, 631-329-0033; calypsostbarth.com

Providing East Enders with consummate basics reflecting the area’s relaxed, preppy style, Club Monaco takes it to the next level this summer with special collaborations and items exclusive to its two local stores. 17 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631324-5348; 35 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-0438; clubmonaco.com

COPIOUS ROW This lifestyle concept store, carrying carefully selected items with superior aesthetic appeal, makes its Southampton debut this summer. 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-488-4555; copiousrow.com

ERES This French brand uses high-tech materials that fit like a second skin to fashion unique swimsuits in original cuts. 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-604-5544; eresparis.com

EVERYTHING BUT WATER Noted 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, 631-324-5693; everythingbutwater.com

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Liz Epstein’s boutique offers an array of upscale styles from Marc Jacobs, J Brand, and Shoshanna. 105 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-5724; shopf451.com

Emphasizing exceptional fit for feminine figures, high-end Israeli

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

Main St., East Hampton, 631-5275111; figue.com

BLUE & CREAM

GLENN BRADFORD

High-end contemporary fashion from the likes of Phillip Lim, Iro, and A.P.C. adds a cool urban edge to East End wardrobes. INSIDER TIP: Don’t overlook Blue & Cream’s namesake collection of impeccably fitted closet staples. 60 The Cir, East Hampton, 631-329-1392; blueandcream.com

Husband and wife Glenn and Sharyn Bradford have created one of the Hamptons’ top destinations for fine jewelry. Glenn’s stunning designs and expertise have attracted a following across the island and beyond. 3 Railroad Ave., Southampton, 631-3240009; glennbradford.com

BLUE ONE

GLORIA JEWEL

Since opening their first Hamptons store in 2007, Blue One owners Jarret Willis and Crystal Smith Willis have devoted themselves to their mission: to bring the catwalk to the hamlets’ streets. 2397 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-237-1796; shopblueone.com

Find comfortable, feminine clothing and accessories from popular and on-the-rise designers at locations across the East End. 125 Main St., Westhampton, 631-998-0882; 36 Main St., Amagansett, 631-907-4095; 2486 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-6136034; 58 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-2695; gloriajewel.com

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Mercer embroidered one-piece, Zimmermann ($425).

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BANDIER

CALYPSO ST. BARTH

CLUB MONACO

designer Elie Tahari expresses elegance and taste in each collection he creates. 1 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-8883; elietahari.com


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brand marketing and communications for Alice + Olivia. SUPPORT,

tailoring and flawless details throughout her collections. 54 Main St., East Hampton, 631-604-6544; milly.com

SCHMOOZE, AND SHOP: “Attending Super Saturday is a great way to not only support the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund but to also mingle with tons of fashion PR people. You never know where your next job or client can come from!” SWEAT IT OUT: “I am a big fan of Core Fusion at Exhale Spa (2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, 212-561-6400; exhalespa.com). If I can motivate [myself] to go, I am always so happy when I’m done. When you take that

MIXOLOGY Shop the hottest of-the-moment women’s fashions, with more than 150 new styles hitting Mixology’s shelves every single week. 148 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 631-6840040; shopmixology.com

class regularly, the results really show! After class, I always reward myself with the perfect hazelnut iced coffee from the Golden Pear (2426 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-1100; 99 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8900; 111 Main St., Sag Harbor; 631-725-2270; goldenpearcafe.com), at which time I will inevitably bump into 50 other people.” THE SECRET GARDEN: “I often pop into the Alice + Olivia Southampton store (58 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-204-0164; aliceandolivia.com) for impromptu goodies. It’s like a little treasure of chicness.” 79 Main St., East Hampton, 631-702-7155; aliceandolivia.com

INTERMIX With styles and designers as eclectic as Alexander Wang, Valentino, and Jonathan Simkhai, you can never go wrong at this on-trend shop. 87 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-8025; 64 Main St., Southampton, 631-2838510; intermixonline.com

JENNIFER MILLER Jennifer Miller strikes the perfect chord with refined, feminine collections of jewelry, apparel, and accessories. For her diverse fine and fashion jewelry, she infuses luxe materials with a touch of nonchalance, creating chic pieces to take you through the summer. 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-9061; 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2839061; jennifermillerjewelry.com

and modern staples for stylish Hamptons men. 54 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-4440; johnvarvatos.com

JOHNNY WAS This cross-cultural clothing brand takes its name—and its signature bohemian spirit—from the Bob Marley classic “Johnny Was.” 46 Jobs Lane, Ste. 1, Southampton, 631-3533975; johnnywas.com

KIRNA ZABÊTE This beautifully curated store gathers brands 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, 631-527-5794; kirnazabete.com

JOEY WÖLFFER

L’OBJET

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

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, 631-259-2644; l-objet.com

JOHN VARVATOS

LONDON JEWELERS

John Varvatos spices up the East End with edgy, rock ’n’ roll-style clothing

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by a staff of skilled craftsmen. Services include repairs and custom designs. 2 Main St., East Hampton, 631-3293939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 631-287-4499; londonjewelers.com

MICHAEL KORS One of the most prominent figures in American sportswear, Michael Kors designs clothing and shoes for men and women, plus a full range of accessories, making it easy to put together a head-to-toe ensemble. Americana Manhasset, 2004 Northern Blvd., 516365-3512; 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-267-2200; 30 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-2633; michaelkors.com

NILI LOTAN Known for her easy yet elegant slip dresses, Nili Lotan fuses the modernity of city style with the ease of resortwear, producing perfect harmony for Hamptonites. Her minimalist designs also pack a seriously posh punch and lay the ideal foundation for your year-round wardrobe. 38 Main St., East Hampton, 631-3298338; nililotan.com

OLIVER PEOPLES Eyewear options are chicer than ever thanks to this luxury brand, which offers a selection of sleek custom frames—from trendy to timeless, complementing all faces and styles—in its exquisite East Hampton boutique. 53 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-4318; oliverpeoples.com

THE PERFECT PURSE With a rare vintage selection of brands such as Chanel, Hermès, and Valentino, this house-front shop from industry experts Alan Stolz and Marc DeLeon is heaven for handbag aficionados. And the service is just as flawless as the products. 27 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-283-3360

MICHELLE FARMER Originally a jewelry designer, Michelle Farmer now offers unique, luxurious, fashion-forward accessories, ready-to-wear, home décor items, and more at her casual-chic store in Bridgehampton. 2491 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-604-1850; michellefarmer.com

POLO RALPH LAUREN Since 1968, this luxury label has been instrumental in defining the traditional American prep look, putting its clean, classic stamp on everything from tuxedos to tennis skirts. 32 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-0960; 41 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2876953; ralphlauren.com

MILLY Milly designer Michelle Smith seamlessly merges American sportswear with Parisian atelier techniques, incorporating precise

ROBERTA FREYMANN Shopping for bright and fun summer pieces? Roberta Freymann is a travel-inspired lifestyle brand offering


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7 East 67th St. 5-story single-family with exquisite refi nements and upgrades. 25-feet wide with high ceilings. Great for entertaining. 19 rooms, 8 bedrooms, 7 baths, 3 half baths. Elevator, terrace, landscaped roof deck, patio and 11 working fi replaces. 11,550 SF interior, 2,217 SF exterior. Triple-mint. Co-Exclusive. $36.5M WEB # 5137118

12 E 80TH St. Gracious triple-mint home steps from the MET and Central Park. 7 beds, 9.5 baths, 10,000 SF over 6 stories with elevator. 3 terraces, South-facing garden and roof deck. High ceilings, huge windows. 4 FPs. Wired for the latest technology. Co-Exclusive. Price reduced. $29.95M WEB # 3832950

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39 W 70TH St. Move right into this meticulously-restored townhouse right off CPW. 5 beds, 5 baths, 3 half baths, 6,600 SF with 5 GFPs, roof deck, rear garden, patio, terrace and 2 balconies. Period-correct wood paneling and gorgeous wide-plank flooring. Pre-wired for the latest technology. Price reduced. $17.9M WEB # 3891547

Wooster St. Dramatic duplex penthouse condominium with 15’ ceilings. 4 beds, 4.5 baths, GFP, open chef’s kitchen with center-island. 5,230 SF with 2,300 SF private roof terrace. Lounge/ media room with wet bar. Marble spa baths. Charming cobblestone street. Full-time doorman. $14.45M WEB # 5056038

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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.

SHARI’S PLACE A Hamptons mainstay, Shari’s offers a one-of-a-kind assortment from the world’s top designers in its Glen Cove and Southampton shops. Known for its eclecticism and its wide range of high-quality fabrics, Shari’s shines as one of the East End’s dearest treasures. 29 Main St., Southampton, 631726-7200; 44 Glen Cove Road, 516-484-7400; sharisplace.com

STELLA FLAME This singular jewelry designer brings a bit of rebellion to the world of fine jewelry, pairing precious metals of contrasting color with some of the world’s finest stones. The originality and beauty of Stella Flame’s rare creations truly set them apart. 150 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-9195172; stellaflamejewelry.com

TAMARA COMOLLI Employing gorgeous, top-quality diamonds and gemstones, this brand offers a large selection of elegant adornments. 27 Main St.

D, Southampton, 631-283-7600; tamaracomolli.com

TENET At Tenet, chic downtown dressing meets relaxed resortwear. Carrying clothing for men and women, the brand injects a dose of cool into its attire and store, which also sells handmade surfboards, art, and stylish furniture. 91 Main St., Southampton, 631377-3981; tenetshop.com

THEORY Contemporary shapes and silhouettes are fashioned from top-of-the-line fabrics at Theory. Think airy, lightweight shirts, perfectly cut summer pants, and more for smart summer dressing. 46 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3285; 98Ð100 Main St., Southampton, 631-204-0231; theory.com

TOMAS MAIER Originally known for beachwear collections, German-born 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

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sophisticated leisure wear, accessories, and home goods with global motifs. 21 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-5828


Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-604-6700; tomasmaier.com

TORY SPORT Designer Tory Burch merges her now-iconic look with the world of athletics in her Tory Sport boutique. The nautical-themed shop features high-performance clothing and accessories that are equally feminine and functional. 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-907-9150; torysport.com

VELVET West Coast meets East at this fashion-forward boutique, where designers Jenny Graham and Toni Spencer are inspired by the laid-back style of the country’s best beach destinations. From sundresses and cover-ups to the perfect T-shirt, Velvet uses the finest materials to create your go-to seasonal essentials. 56 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2040005; velvet-tees.com

VILEBREQUIN This iconic brand’s boldly patterned and brightly colored swimwear can be spotted on beaches across the East End.

Influenced by the elegance of St-Tropez, Vilebrequin’s designs bring the sailing culture and jetset lifestyle of the French Riviera to the South Fork. 30 Main St., East Hampton, 631-644-5790; 42 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631204-1530; vilebrequin.com

WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND In 1993, college friends Gerard Maione and Seth Weiser opened a vintage fashion paradise. Since then, they’ve added multiple locations, all filled with coveted finds, from Hermès Birkin bags to Louis Vuitton trunks and Chanel earrings. 48 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0874; whatgoesaroundnyc.com

ZIMMERMANN The feminine and bohemian designs of this Australian label, from floor-length day dresses to chic bikinis, are a perfect fit for the Hamptons. The vibrant colors and exquisite prints are sure to make a statement wherever you go this summer. 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-6046291; zimmermannwear.com

This pompom straw tote from Milly ($298) is the ultimate summer carry-all.

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RETURN OF THE KING EAST HAMPTON POINT BRINGS BACK ITS FORMER EXECUTIVE CHEF.

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Three Mile Harbor is becoming the hot destination for raw-bar delights and the freshest fish in the area. For this season, East Hampton Point is bringing back Craig Attwood as executive chef. Attwood, who helmed the kitchen from 2008 to 2010, says he will reinstate many signature menu items. Local ceviches to lobster fried rice and roasted Atlantic skate are going to have people flocking to the restaurant all summer. 295 Three Mile Harbor-Hog Creek Road, East Hampton, 631-329-2800; easthamptonpoint.com

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The SOURCE: SCENE DINING AMAGANSETT CLAM BAR 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., 631-267-6348; clambaronline.com

sure to pick up bottles of the housemade hot sauces. 74 Montauk Hwy., 631-267-8800; lafondita.net

LOBSTER ROLL RESTAURANT 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., 631-267-3740; lobsterroll.com

HAMPTON CHUTNEY CO. Isabel and Gary MacGurn have been bringing their delicious dosas to the East End since 1997. 6 Amagansett Sq., 631-267-3131; hamptonchutney.com

SOTTO SOPRA Authentic in its Northern Italian focus, Sotto Sopra attracts regulars like Blythe Danner, Cameron Diaz, and Naomi Watts. 231 Main St., 631-2673695; restaurantsottosopra.com

INDIAN WELLS TAVERN This classic spot is a publike eatery with all-American fare that attracts a sports-loving crowd. 177 Main St., 631-267-0400; indianwellstavern.com

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

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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, 631-779-3900; ilgiardinoaquebogue.com

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diner favorites, and a loyal celeb crowd. 2391 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-9885

ALMOND 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, 631-537-5665; 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., 631-537-0590; bobbyvans.com

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

WHO: Founder of Janet O’Brien Caterers + Events. SOMETHING SWEET: “My favorite place to pick up dessert in the Hamptons would be Sag Harbor Baking Company (51 Division St., Sag Harbor, 631-899-4900), because the ladies there—we always refer to them as ‘the ladies’—their standards are beyond

BRIDGEHAMPTON INN & RESTAURANT The Bridgehampton Inn’s year-old restaurant by Loaves & Fishes continues the celebrated local food store’s tradition. 2266 Main St., 631537-3660; 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., 631-163-6469; elaiaestiatorio.com

PIERRE’S At this Bridgehampton bistro, you’ll find beachy French fare and luxe St. Barth’s-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., 631537-5110; 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., 631-537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com

WORLD PIE 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., 631-5377999; worldpiebh.com

incredible; everything is super delicious and visually spectacular. They do the most delicious berry pies.” LIKE FAMILY: “To be honest, my first spot that I hit when I get home from my travels is The American Hotel (49 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-3535; theamericanhotel.com), where I am treated like family and greeted

YAMA Q Expert sushi, vegetarian specialties, and Asian-inspired burritos have made Yama-Q a local staple. 2393 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-0225; yamaq.com

upon arrival by Vinny the bartender, walking from behind the bar towards me with a glass of Prosecco and a big smile.” SIPS AT SUNSET: “My favorite place to go at the end of the day would be to Peter’s Pond Beach in Sagaponack, with a glass of rosé or Montauk ale, and with a friend, or not.”

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and games in the yard, and of course the white-tablecloth dining that EMP is famous for. 341 Pantigo Road; empsummerhouse.com

Scandinavian flavors inform the refined New American menu at this deluxe country inn. 207 Main St., 631-324-5006; themaidstone.com

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MICHAEL’S RESTAURANT

One of Gwyneth Paltrow’s favorites, this specialty-pizza place also serves health-minded pastas and wraps. 104 Park Pl., 631-324-5751; fierrospizzastore.com

Michael’s offers simply prepared steakhouse eats, with specialty cuts every Wednesday night. 28 Maidstone Park Road, 631-3240725; michaelsofmaidstone.com

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MOMI RAMEN

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., 631-324-8700; fresnorestaurant.com

The Miami-based hot spot has won foodie raves for its house-made noodles and Japanese small plates. 221 Pantigo Road, 631-324-1678; momihamptons.com

BAY KITCHEN BAR This waterfront restaurant is a favorite for fresh seafood and breathtaking views. 39 Gann Road, 631-3293663; 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 always-lovely outdoor seating. 277 Pantigo Road, 631-324-1111; bostwickschowderhouse.com

CITTANUOVA This fashionable Milanese-style trattoria serves a menu of casual everyman dishes with prices to match. 29 Newtown Lane, 631-324-6300; 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., 631-527-7131

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, 631-604-5290

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., 631-324-0411; thepalm.com

ROWDY HALL Enjoy traditional pub fare like fish and chips, French onion soup, and gigantic burgers at this laid-back community hub. 10 Main St., 631-324-8555; rowdyhall.com

SAM’S 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, 631-324-5900; samseasthampton.com

NICK & TONI’S 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., 631-324-3550; nickandtonis.com

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SERAFINA 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., 631267-3500; serafinarestaurant.com

SERVICE STATION Seasoned restaurateur Michael Gluckman offers classic American

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., 631-3296666; easthamptongrill.com

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, 631-3292800; easthamptonpoint.com

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

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The airy dining room at Arbor in Montauk.

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The SOURCE: SCENE comfort food at this new year-round spot. 100 Montauk Hwy., 631-2675603; servicestationrestaurant.com

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This colonial inn’s upstairs dining room offers New American cuisine backed by one of the East End’s most extensive wine lists. Raise an extra glass this summer as the restaurant celebrates its 15th anniversary. 143 Main St., 631-324-1770; 1770house.com

salon, basically like a Cheers but for beauty instead of booze.” FOR YOUR BEACH READS: “I go to BookHampton (41 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-4939; bookhampton.com) all the time. The owner is so supportive of local authors, and they curate the best collection of books. I never leave empty-handed. In addition, they have lots of wonderful author readings (including mine on July 6!).” SUNSETS & SUSHI: “My favorite

SPRINGS TAVERN

restaurant is Inlet Seafood (541 E. Lake Dr., Montauk, 631-668-4272;

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, 631-527-7800; thespringstavern.com

inletseafood.com) in Montauk. Their fish is so fresh and their sushi so good—I especially love their blackbird rolls. It’s actually owned by several fishermen, so you know you are getting the best fish available.” Doyle’s third book in the Hamptons Murder Mystery series hits stores this summer.

HAMPTON BAYS CUCINA FAMILY STYLE RISTORANTE A family-run, kid-friendly restaurant that boasts hearty Sicilian dishes. 674 Montauk Hwy., 631-996-4550; 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, 631-653-0653; dockerswaterside.com

NEW MOON CAFÉ A winning combination of Texas barbecue entrées and Lone Starinspired Mexican dishes attracts a dedicated clientele. 524 Montauk Hwy., 631-653-4042; nmcafe.com

STONE CREEK INN 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., 631-653-6770; stonecreekinn.com

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in Amagansett (6 Amagansett Sq., Amagansett, 631-267-6677; amagansettsalonandspa.com) is my must-hit spot when I’m in the

THE 1770 HOUSE RESTAURANT

EAST QUOGUE

WHERE EVERYBODY KNOWS YOUR NAME: “The Salon

match. 295 E. Montauk Hwy., 631723-2323; 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 setting and some of the area’s best local seafood. 44 Newtown Road, 631-723-2155; 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., 631-594-5744; 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., 631-594-3868; 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

also a great place to stop on your trip back home on Sunday. 117 N. New York Ave., 631-385-1515; restaurantprime.com

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., 631-728-4166; hamptonmaid.com

RUMBA The Caribbean cuisine at this “islandstyle 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, 631-594-3544; rumbahamptonbays.com

MONTAUK

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, 631728-6903; 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., 631728-2608; orlandoscafe.weebly.com

PRIME An outstanding upscale restaurant for anything from steak to sushi, Prime is

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., 631-283-5430; 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, 631-668-9739; soleeast.com


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Custom-blended frozen yogurts, vegan sorbets, and real Italian soft-serve gelato are just a few of the tasty offerings. 43 S. Euclid Ave., 631-668-8393; buddhaberry.com

The family-style Italian specials here are based on what’s ripe in the restaurant’s two gardens. 11 S. Emery St., 631-668-5574; harvestfortpond.com

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., 631-238-5937; museattheend.com

THE CROW’S NEST INN AND RESTAURANT

THE HIDEAWAY

NAVY BEACH

An unassuming chowder house and bar known for its specialty tequila cocktails. 364 W. Lake Dr., 631-6686592; thehideawaymontauk.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 tomatillo salsa, roasted corn, tortilla crisps, and avocado. 16 Navy Road, 631-668-6868; navybeach.com

DAVE’S GRILL Sample some of the freshest seafood in the Hamptons, including a traditional cioppino, at this popular husband-andwife-run restaurant. 468 W. Lake Dr., 631-668-9190; davesgrill.com

DURYEA’S The Lobster Deck, Fish Market, and Farmers Market return for a second season. The menu includes a lobster Cobb salad, a classic clambake, a shrimp basket, and seafood towers featuring raw-bar items and sushi. The revitalized Fish Market offers fresh local seafood for purchase by the pound, as well as sauces and condiments. INSIDER TIP: Check out the Farmers Market for 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, 631-668-2410; duryealobsters.com

INLET SEAFOOD RESTAURANT Owned by six commercial fishermen from Montauk, this eatery is the epitome of dock-to-dish. 541 E. Lake Dr., 631-668-4272; inletseafood.com

LA BRISA The homemade guacamole and tortillas are the ideal post-Ditch Plains beach-day treat. 752 Montauk Hwy., 631-668-8338; labrisa.com

MONTAUK YACHT CLUB This relaxing, nautical-chic hideaway features local seafood and water views. 32 Star Island Road, 631-668-3100; montaukyachtclub.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, 631-668-2877; chelseahotels.com

THE SALTBOX RESTAURANT & BAR This new seafood shack serves pub-style fare and creative twists on classic cocktails. 99 Carl Fisher Plaza, 631-238-5727; montauksaltbox.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., 631-668-2727; 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-anniver-sary season. 183 Edgemere St., 631-483-5039; thesurflodge.com

SCARPETTA BEACH Enjoy stunning seaside views and Italian

SWALLOW EAST New American bar bites and live reggae draw a casual-chic crowd. 474 W. Lake Dr., 631-668-8344; swalloweastrestaurant.com

SAG HARBOR THE AMERICAN HOTEL

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., 631-668-2872; eastbynortheast.com

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., 631-7253535; theamericanhotel.com

GOSMAN’S DOCK

BARON’S COVE

EAST BY NORTHEAST

Baked stuffed clams and butterflied fantail shrimp are two of the fresh offerings at this fish-focused Montauk staple. 500 W. Lake Dr., 631-6685330; gosmans.com

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Lulu Kitchen features wood-fired pizza for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

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

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Seafood and seasoned meat dishes fashioned from organic ingredients complement the restaurant’s rustic charm. 4 Old West Lake Dr., 631-6682077; crowsnestmtk.com

classics at this beachfront hot spot at Gurney’s Montauk Hotel & Spa. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., 631-668-1771; gurneysmontauk.com


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The SOURCE: SCENE room contains oceanic elements throughout. 31 W. Water St., 631-844227-6672; baronscove.com

arrive early, give them your name, and enjoy a cocktail overlooking the marina. 8 W. Water St., 631-725-7088; beaconsagharbor.com

THE BEACON Located right on the water, this classic bistro is noted for its seafood, particularly the mussels. INSIDER TIP: There are no reservations here, so

oversees the kitchen. The seafood menu, featuring flash-fried calamari, lobster, and fresh catch from Montauk, always draws a crowd. 3253 Noyac Road, 631-725-3400; bellandanchor.com

THE BELL & ANCHOR At the Beacon’s sister restaurant, owner David Loewenberg leads the first-class service, while partner Sam McCleland

DOCKSIDE BAR & GRILL This bustling seafood eatery offers waterfront views and a patio inside an

American Legion building. 26 Bay St., 631-725-7100; 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., 631-725-7009

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., 631-725-1045; 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 beef carpaccio and Dover sole from a perch on the bay. 1 Long Wharf

LT BURGER

Little Gem salad with grilled shrimp from Navy Beach. above: Navy Beach’s waterside dining.

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., 631-899-4646; ltburger.com

LULU KITCHEN & BAR 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 pot-au-feu. 126 Main St., 631-725-0900; lulusagharbor.com

MUSE IN THE HARBOR A rustic Main Street staple offering New American plates by chef Matthew Guiffrida. 16 Main St., 631-899-4810; museintheharbor.com

The New American dishes feature hyperlocal vegetables, grown on the bistro’s in-house aquaponic produce wall. 63 Main St., 631-725-1810; page63main.com

SEN The head chef, known simply as

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Tora-san, crafts an incredibly diverse seafood menu. 23 Main St., 631-725-1774; senrestaurant.com

The East End’s first winery-owned restaurant combines seafoodfocused dishes with sustainably produced wines. 29 Main St., 631-725-0101; wolfferkitchen.com

The super-seasonal menu consists of shareable plates, an extensive selection of vegetable side dishes, and “Simply Composed,” which allows diners to pick and choose mains and sides. 23 Grand Ave., Shelter Island Heights, 631-7490018; thechequit.com

SAGAPONACK

SALT WATERFRONT BAR & GRILL

WÖLFFER KITCHEN

TOWNLINE BBQ Sourced from the barbecue mecca of central Texas, the menu at Townline BBQ (from Honest Man Group, which also owns Nick & Toni’s) focuses on the meat itself, with the joint’s famous sauce served on the side. INSIDER TIP: Don’t miss the weekly karaoke nights, with the staff often getting in on the fun. 3593 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-2271; townlinebbq.com

SHELTER ISLAND R E S TA U R A N T & G AR D E N Outdoor Dining & Bar

240 Fort Pond Road | Montauk, NY 11954 | (631) 238-5430 arbormontauk.com | info@arbormontauk.com

RED MAPLE AT THE CHEQUIT

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, 631749-0053; 18bayrestaurant.com

MARIE EIFFEL MARKET A one-stop shop for specialty and gourmet goods, this waterfront market has a raw juice bar, deli, pizza parlor, and coffee shop. 184 N. Ferry Road, 631-749-0003; marieeiffelmarket.com

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, 631-749-5535; saltshelter island.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, 631-749-5659; shelterisland house.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, 631-749-2001; sunsetbeachli.com

VINE STREET CAFÉ Simple ingredients speak for themselves at this home-awayfrom-home eatery. 41 S. Ferry Road, 631-749-3210; vinestreetcafe.com

THE PRIDWIN New American fine dining within an expansive beachfront resort. 81 Shore Road, 631-749-0476; pridwin.com

THE RAM’S HEAD INN

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This romantic inn resembles Mount Vernon, with rolling green hills and farm-to-table fare. 108 S. Ram Island Dr., 631-749-0811; theramsheadinn.com

SOUTHAMPTON CLAUDE’S Alfresco dining at its best, using ingredients fresh from the on-site garden. 91 Hill St., 631-2836500; 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, 631-283-2277

KOZU The menu here is infused with the flavors of Peru and Japan. INSIDER TIP: Keep your eyes open for a joint venture in NYC from Kozu owner Zach Erdem and the Upper East Side’s T-Bar Steak & Lounge. 136 Main St., 631-619-6660

LE CHARLOT The local outpost of the New York City favorite serves bistro fare and Parisian ambience on the East End. 36 Main St., 631-3533222; lecharlot.us

LE CHEF This French-Continental bistro is popular among local notables, including Hilaria and Alec Baldwin. 75 Jobs Lane, 631-2838581; lechefbistro.com

LITTLE RED Enjoy the best of bistro fare at this casual sister restaurant of the nearby Red Bar. 76-C Jobs Lane, 631-2833309; 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, 631-500-9055; oreyahamptons.com

THE PLAZA CAFÉ A skillful menu of inventive seafood dishes is complemented by an expertly curated wine list. 61 Hill St., 631-283-9323; plazacafe.us

PUBLICK HOUSE It’s brews and bar fare galore at this popular Southampton hangout. 62 Jobs Lane, 631-2832800; publick.com

210 Hampton Road, 631-2830704; redbarbrasserie.com

SANT AMBROEUS An elegant Italian setting with a menu of refined dishes, plus panini, gelato, and espresso. 30 Main St., 631-283-1233; santambroeus.com

75 MAIN A pretty locale for an even prettier crowd that comes for modern Italian cuisine and excellent service. 75 Main St., 631-283-7575; 75main.com

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., 631-2836443; silversrestaurant.com

SIP’N SODA This family-run eatery has served diner favorites, hearty breakfasts, and made-on-site ice cream for generations. 40 Hampton Road, 631-283-9752; sipnsoda.com

SOUTHAMPTON SOCIAL CLUB Not only a premier nightlife spot, Southampton Social Club, helmed by Ian Duke, offers classic American fare along with live music and a sizeable patio space. 256 Elm St., 631-2871400; southamptonsocialclub.com

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., 631-377-3611; tuttoilgiorno.com

RED BAR BRASSERIE

UNION CANTINA

With its comfort-driven menu, this has become a family favorite.

Ian Duke, the owner of Southampton Social Club, and


The SOURCE: SCENE chef Scott Kampf team up for a Mexican eatery. 40 Bowden Sq., 631-377-3500; unioncantina.net

WAINSCOTT BREADZILLA A wide selection of fresh takeout soups, sandwiches, and baked goods. 84 Wainscott NW Road, 631-5370955; breadzilla.com

LA CAPANNINA Don’t let the modest exterior fool you. La Capannina is home to one of the best slices on the East End. 364 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-2626; lacapanninapizza.com

LEVAIN BAKERY The best cookies in the Hamptons— period. 354 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-8570; levainbakery.com

OSTERIA SALINA

MANNA

A little slice of Sicily, Osteria Salina is known for authentic Aeolian cuisine and sidewalk seating. 108 Wainscott Stone Road, 631-613-6469; osteriasalina.net

Rent out the garden room for a private party with farm-to-table fare. 670 Montauk Hwy., 631-726-4444; mannarestauranthamptons.com

THE SEAFOOD SHOP

SUKI ZUKI

Behind the humble storefront await celebrity sightings, excellent beach clambakes, and fish fries. 356 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-0633; theseafoodshop.com

This quintessential Japanese joint serves fresh sushi, robata grill specialties, and sakes in a simple space. 688 Montauk Hwy., 631-726-4600

castle) only adds to the experience at this old-time Italian eatery. 59 Montauk Hwy., 631-288-1841; casabasso.net

JOE’S AMERICAN GRILL A menu of comfort classics is the draw at this consistent and casual locale. 240 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-3232; joesamericangrill.com

STARR BOGGS Fresh seafood is served in a land-mark historic home-turned-restaurant. 6 Parlato Dr., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-3500; starrboggsrestaurant.com

WATER MILL

WESTHAMPTON

CALISSA

BABY MOON RESTAURANT

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., 631-5009292; calissahamptons.com

Since 1970, Baby Moon has been serving authentic Southern Italian cuisine prepared with homemade ingredients. 238 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-6350; babymoonrestaurant.com

ACROSS THE HAMPTONS

CASA BASSO

A local favorite, this café offers everything from scrambled eggs with cheddar to premium smoked Scottish

Kitschy medieval décor (including a

THE GOLDEN PEAR


salmon. Specialty coffee blends and fresh-baked goods are perfect for at-home brunch gatherings. 99 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8900; 2426 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-1100; 34 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-1600; 111 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-2270; goldenpearcafe.com

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, 631-779-2862; 749 County Road 39A, Southampton, 631-3533088; 869 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-726-2633; 194 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach, 631-288-4480; hamptoncoffeecompany.com

LANDSCAPE DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION For over 25 years

Bridgehampton: 631-537-0860 Southampton: 631-287-0959 www.kinglandscapeco.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, 631-267-8796; 105–107 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-1055; marysmarvelous.com

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

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, 631-6682345; gurneysmontauk.com

HEDGES INN

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, 631-324-4081; bakerhouse1650.com

BARON’S COVE This lush waterfront resort offers the best of the Hamptons, with superb dining options, exquisite sunset views,

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, 631-537-3660; 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

A luxury B&B from one of the first 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, 631-324-7101; 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


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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, it’s the ideal place to come back to after a day in the sun. 23 Windmill Lane, 631267-8500; innatwindmilllane.com

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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, 631-324-5006; themaidstone.com

QUOGUE CLUB 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

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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, 631537-0870; 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, 631-500-9013; 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, 631-603-5514; 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


Make Your Landscape Dreams Become A Reality. Lippa’s show The Man in the Ceiling. 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-9500; baystreet.org

BRIDGE GARDENS A beautiful, carefully sculpted oasis at the center of Bridgehampton for more than 20 years, the gardens span over five acres of Peconic Land Trust property. 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-2833195; 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, 631-537-1088; 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, 631-2838855; brucenagel.com

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, 631-905-9894; 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, 631-537-8200; 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, 631-283-7006; parrishart.org

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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

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 Springs-Fireplace Road, East Hampton, 631-324-4929; stonybrook.edu/comcms/pkhouse

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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, 631-6042386; ericfirestonegallery.com

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, 631-283-0967; southamptonartscenter.org

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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., 631-324-0806; guildhall.org

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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Whether you’re buying furniture for your first apartment or redecorating the family estate, Christina Murphy’s timeless designs work well in any setting. Murphy, named one of America’s Top 100 Designers by House Beautiful, recently launched a new furniture collection in collaboration with the retailer Tuesday Morning. “We aimed to create perfect pieces for the summer house, stylish shapes in fun colors like fresh-cut grass, watermelon, and cobalt blue,” says Murphy. “The easy slipper chairs coordinate perfectly with small-scale side tables to create the ideal conversation spot.” Each piece evokes the Victorian aesthetic, but with a twist that makes it feel like an heirloom that has been given a new purpose. From upholstered chairs in classic patterns to wood tables with regal cutouts and rough-hewn surfaces, every item in this collection can find a place in your home. tuesdaymorning.com

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APD ARCHITECTS Austin Patterson Disston has mastered the modern approach to the traditional country home with sleek details, like grid windows, and sharp designs. On each project, the firm works closely with the future resident to create a space that stays true to the surrounding land while adding an innovative spirit. 44 Quogue St., Quogue, 631-653-1481; apdarchitects.com

BATES MASI + ARCHITECTS For more than 50 years, Bates Masi has been providing New York City and the East End with extreme attention to detail and environmental enrichment. 132 N. Main St., East Hampton, 631725-0229; batesmasi.com

BLAZE MAKOID ARCHITECTURE 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 innovative contemporary designs. INSIDER TIP: Makoid was fêted in the press in 2013 for the stunning way he met new flood elevation requirements for a structure on Daniels Lane in Sagaponack—making him a go-to resource on the subject. 7 Tradesman Path, Ste. 4, Bridgehampton, 631-5377277; blazemakoid-architecture.com

With luxe interior designs and stylish wood exterior finishes, this firm’s work needs to be experienced in person to fully appreciate its beauty. 631725-9842; jamesmerrellarchitects.com

MARTIN ARCHITECTS In partnership with 4MA, Martin Architects supplies every project with the best, from architect to builder to interior designer. The firm specializes in environmentally sensitive sites and has an extensive bank of resources to turn to for each client’s specific needs. 2913 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 631-613-6555; martinarchitects.com

ROBERT YOUNG ARCHITECTS Thorough, creative investigation of the possibilities of each site is the foundation of every design from Robert Young Architects. By integrating aesthetics with geography and interior details, the team can turn any client’s initial notion into the perfect home. 2273 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 212-924-9865; ryarch.com

This company devotes special care to every step of a building’s development. From start to finish, turning your dream home into a reality is simpler with this hands-on team handling the work of site planning, permits, and construction. 631-258-0855; demarcodev.com

N. ZAPPOLA & ASSOCIATES Offering remodeling and custom design services, this general contractor has experts in every field to handle requests ranging from beachside abodes to country farmhouses. 631527-5505; zappolaconstruction.com

MCC After 12 years of building on the East End, McLoughlin Construction Corp, led by second-generation builder James McLoughlin, is well-known for professional work and perfectionism in every detail. 2221 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-324-2400; mccbuilders.com

MCGRATH BUILDERS McGrath modernized residential building by using the latest tools and techniques to create and preserve

PLUM BUILDERS Plum Builders works with architects and designers to form a cohesive unit dedicated to crafting your ideal home. With its Modern Barn concept a huge success, the company’s work has become the gold standard for Hamptons home construction. 43 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 631329-1300; plumbuilders.com

ZICANA The go-to source for custom surfaces when crafting luxe kitchens, Zicana specializes in an impressive variety of gemstone, natural stone, engineered quartz, and porcelain surfaces. 516-279-6909; zicana.com

AMY HILL DESIGN Serving Manhattan and the Hamptons, Amy Hill Design offers a variety of fabrics, furniture, and accessories to help you suit your interior to your personal tastes. 631-338-2121; amyhilldesign.com

Bruce Nagel’s work blends modern and traditional design to produce architecture that feels new and contemporary while still having function and practicality at its core. 153 Chardonnay Dr., East Quogue, 631-283-8855; brucenagel.com

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the kinds of homes that outlast any trend. With partners in architecture and design, this experienced group can tackle any project with efficiency and expertise. 631-537-7411; mcgrath-building.com

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House (1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 631-537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com). The new menu by Jean-Georges is so healthy and fresh, with a twist. The kale salad with peas and green chili-mint dressing and Maine lobster are done to perfection.” SEASIDE STROLLS: “We typically walk down to Gibson Beach in Sagaponack in the early mornings or the late afternoons for sunsets. The light is best, the crowds have left, and it’s not too hot. Monday nights, we like to enjoy the sounds from the drum circle that plays at Sagg Main Beach.” HOME, SWEET HOME: “Comerford Collection (2442 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-537-6200; store.comerfordcollection.com) has the most exquisite collection of home items. Recently I purchased a black leather rocking chair made in Italy, a stunning convex brass mirror, and some matte black vessels to decorate floating shelves in our living room. The range of products, each unique, really makes it a special home store.” 2434 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-0077; thayershardware.com

yet European feel to its work, with sleek brands like B&B Italia and Flos. 17 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 631-899-4848; jangeorge.com

L’OBJET À LA PLAGE This stylish high-end home décor boutique, specializing in artisanal pieces for the chic set, now offers a brand-new exclusive collection of pillows, throws, napkins, and tableware. Find the perfect finishing touch to your Hamptons home with these thoughtful, superbly curated items. INSIDER TIP: This season, founder Elad Yifrach will partner with Figue on a summer pop-up shop of bohemian finds. 9 Main St., Southampton, 631-259-2644; l-objet.com

SYLVESTER & CO. CLOSET FACTORY From the closet to the laundry room to the garage, Closet Factory provides organization strategies to declutter any house by creating sleek storage spaces. 290 Duffy Ave., Hicksville, 800-838-7995; closetfactory.com

She has spent her life traveling the world and has grown to appreciate the best in different cultures. These global influences shine through in her approach to interior design, with every piece telling a unique story. galbaninteriors.com

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Dan Scotti’s designs are individually tailored to the homeowner’s needs, taking into consideration the lifestyle of each client and employing his signature style: clean lines, neutral tones, and luxury textiles. 917-4394172; danscottidesign.com

Drawing on the principles of architecture, design, and construction, Jenny Fischbach creates sophisticated, beautifully appointed rooms that always feel like home and not a museum. 127 E. 69th St., New York, 212-6021440; jennyfischbachdesign.com

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With her European heritage and experience in luxe living, Elsa Soyars has created some of the most elegant interiors in the Hamptons. Using the finest fabrics and taking a traditional approach to home décor, she is well-versed in all aspects of her craft, from architecture to selecting art. 300 N. Sea Mecox Road, Southampton, 631-875-1694; elsasoyars.com

Mabley Handler specializes in interiors that capture the classic look of the Hamptons. Sticking to the enduring principles of the East End’s clean, white, shingle-style homes, this team has become one of the most successful in the area. INSIDER TIP: This year the designers debuted a collection with Kravet that focuses on their traditional blue-and-white palette while also including weathered furniture pieces, all with a Hamptons feel. 34 Head of Pond Road, Water Mill, 631-726-7300; mableyhandler.com

GALBAN INTERIORS Margarita Benacerraf was raised in Spain before moving to New York.

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The leader in chic home furnishings in the Hamptons, Renee’s has become a one-stop shop for everything from core furniture to accent pieces. Its interior design team works closely with homeowners from Manhattan to Montauk. 10095 Main Road, Mattituck, 631-298-4223; reneesmattituck.com

Offering chic modern items that add just the right dose of fun and personality to a room, this boutique specializes in décor that has a playful side without skimping on quality. INSIDER TIP: In addition to the quirky pieces it carries, the shop also serves Dreamy, some of the best coffee in the Hamptons. 103 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-5012; sylvesterandco.com

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Sea Green’s boutique home-furnishings store will customize sizes, finishes, and fabrics for unique eco-friendly decorating. 40 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-259-3612; seagreendesignsllc.com

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Donna Karan’s Urban Zen focuses on items that lend balance and serenity to any home. With a clean palette and minimalist design, the store itself embodies the theme, serving as an oasis of tranquility. 4 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 631-7256176; urbanzen.com

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This popular store’s expanded showroom offers a wide selection of furniture, lighting, and accessories in a beautifully lit space. 6 Main St., Southampton, 631-287-6277; homenature.com

From the architecture, interior design, and decorating firm WCA, West | Out East’s West Chin is renowned for his lively contemporary 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, 631-324-3103; westouteast.com

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GIBBONS POOLS An award-winning pool builder, Gibbons Pools has been hailed for its wide-ranging services: from new construction to restoration projects to maintenance and repairs. 171 Bridge Road, Islandia, 631-8513000; gibbonspools.com

J. TORTORELLA CUSTOM GUNITE POOLS The elegant, streamlined style of this firm’s pools is guaranteed to outlast any fleeting trend. From traditional geometric designs to free-form shapes, each pool brings a backyard landscape to life. 1764 County Road 39, Southampton, 631-283-7373; tortorella.com

LANDSCAPING GROUNDWORKS LANDSCAPING Founded by three East Hampton locals, Groundworks promises detailed landscape design concepts that suit the client’s lifestyle and budget. 530 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-324-7373; groundworkslandscaping.com

141 Maple Lane, PO Box 1711, Bridgehampton, 631-537-9672; harmoniainc.com

KING & CO. Known for its flawlessly maintained properties, King & Co. establishes a close relationship with its customers to understand their particular needs and vision. Bridgehampton, 631-5370860; Southampton, 631-287-0959; kinglandscapeco.com

HARMONIA Harmonia believes that landscapes and gardens are as individual as each of us. Its full-service approach accommodates village homes, oceanfront sites, and woodland properties.

LAGUARDIA DESIGN GROUP LaGuardia’s forte is innovative approaches to classic design. Found in some of the most iconic Hamptons residences, its landscaping creates a delicate balance between indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing them to work together seamlessly. 860 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-7261403; laguardiadesigngroup.com

MARDERS This much-admired firm has had a hand in many of the Hamptons’ most stunning outdoor spaces. INSIDER TIP: The grounds of Marders include a shop filled with coffee-table books, candles, and faux flowers for arranging. Additionally, the team offers planting classes, as well as visiting birds of prey for the children to experience. 120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 631-537-3700; marders.com

MARTHA BAKER DESIGN This luxury landscape designer boasts a background in both art and architecture, not to mention a proven track record with clients like John McEnroe and Katie Ford. 57 Byram Shore Road, Greenwich, CT, 203-5311063; marthabaker.com

N. Zappola & Associates extended the living space into the yard at this historic home in Sag Harbor Village.

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From big trees to tiny flowers, Frederico Azevedo helps homeowners achieve the perfect balance of life in their yard. The team specializes in the feng shui of outdoor spaces, particularly with plants native to the Hamptons. 2249 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton, 631-725-7551; unlimitedearthcare.com

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Celebrating its fourth summer in the Hamptons, Bandier, the athleisure retailer with a fervent East End following, is launching a highly anticipated new venture in wellness-obsessed Montauk. Beginning July 1, fitness-loving fashionistas will no longer have to travel to Southampton for their favorite high-end high-performance brands. Instead, Bandier is joining forces with the Australian-inspired coffee shop Bluestone Lane for a

2017 “Bandier by the Beach” boutique, bringing a curated selection of its top-selling activewear, accessories, and beauty brands to the charming Bluestone Lane Beach House. This collaboration perfectly suits the Montauk lifestyle: Clients can grab a cup of coffee—roasted at Bluestone Lane’s Brooklyn roastery—and shop Bandier’s collection before heading to the beach for their daily workout. “We’re so excited,” says Bluestone

Lane marketing director Andrew Stone. “There’s nothing like Bandier in Montauk, so we think we’re going to add something great to our locals this summer.” The companies are also starting an outdoor 5K run club, which will meet each Saturday in July and August, to take advantage of Montauk’s stunning natural beauty. 786 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 631-483-5078; bandier.com, bluestonelaneny.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, 631-527-5447; aktinmotion.com

BARRY’S BOOTCAMP With three East End locations, this famously hardcore 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, 631-353-3833; see barrysbootcamp.com for more locations.

BROWNINGS FITNESS 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

South Africa. Talk about motivation. 60 Windmill Lane, Southampton, 315-955-6989; browningsfitness.com

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New to Montauk’s 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, 631-483-5077; byogahive.com

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WHO: CEO of Elements Fitness. Sipping Smoothies: “After I work out, I love to grab a smoothie at Mary’s Marvelous (207 Main St., Amagansett, 631-267-8796; 105-107 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-1055; marysmarvelous.com).” SWEAT IT OUT: “My favorite classes are my stand-up paddleboarding classes in my East Hampton studio. I get to sweat with the best clients while being in the best atmosphere. Our SUP classes are outdoors, and it allows me to be outside the studio and experience the beauty of the Hamptons in the summer.” TREAT YOURSELF: “My must-hit spot when I’m in the Hamptons would be Bostwick’s Chowder House (277 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 631-324-1111; bostwickschowderhouse.com) for a postworkout recovery lobster roll.”

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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

FIVE PILLARS YOGA The classes at this beachy yoga sanctuary promote a balanced lifestyle while cultivating emotional, spiritual, and physical harmony. 720 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-5009200; fivepillarsyoga.com

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, 631-329-8622; flywheelsports.com

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THE HOTTEST SOIRÉE ON THE HAMPTONS SUMMER CIRCUIT

SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 2017 PADDLE BOARD RACE 8:00 AM HAVENS BEACH SAG HARBOR

SUNSET PARTY 7:00 PM FAIRVIEW ON MECOX BAY BRIDGEHAMPTON

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CO-CHAIRS MARIA AND LARRY BAUM LISA PEVAROFF-COHN AND GARY COHN KINGA AND EDWARD LAMPERT JACKIE AND BIPPY SIEGAL

Gina Bradley put stand-up paddleboarding on the map on 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, 631-3292999; paddlediva.com

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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

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classes for beginners, experts, and everyone in between. 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-5722; physique57.com

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, 631-537-3630; see soul-cycle.com for more locations.

STUDIO 89 Forget about machine-based workouts and get ready for the ultimate one-on-one experience at this fitness studio, focusing on agility, flexibility, strength, suspension, gravity, and core training. 89 Clay Pit Road, Sag Harbor, 631-899-4310; studio89fitness.com

PHYSIQUE 57

TRACY ANDERSON

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

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

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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, 631-617-5621; 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, 631-3245333; truthtraining.com

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East End Row’s East Hampton location.

WELL WITHIN A concierge wellness service that brings the studio to you, Well Within provides yoga and Pilates classes, nutritional coaching, aromatherapy, and overall wellness counseling to help you experience Zen on the East End. 135 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, 631-8722133; wellwithinhamptons.com

YOGA SHANTI A concierge wellness service that brings the studio to you, Well Within provides yoga and Pilates classes, nutritional coaching, aromatherapy, and overall wellness counseling to help you experience Zen on the East End. 135 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, 631-8722133; wellwithinhamptons.com


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It’s Summer! You want more time outside but you need to maintain your muscle.

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Add a little barre time to your beach time this season! Get sweaty, toned, and summer-ready with Core Fusion Barre co-founders, Fred DeVito + Elisabeth Halfpapp, at exhale. Located on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton, this boutique fitness studio features exhale’s awardwinning fitness classes in a zen-like space.

36 Hampton Road, Southampton NY 11968 631.283.0644, erindowneysalons.com

2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, NY 11932 212.561.6400, exhalespa.com

FIVE PILLARS YOGA

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Discover Five Pillars Yoga, your Hamptons destination for a 360˚ yoga lifestyle. The bright and beachy studio offers classes at all levels led by NYC’s top teachers, and the well-curated boutique is stocked with body, beauty, wellness and apparel must-haves. Discounted 5- and 10-class packs in honor of Wellness Week – through 7/11/17. Visit us at fivepillarsyoga.com.

Donn and Sue Nelson have been self-starting in key largo until a move to the Hamptons in the 90’s. Don and Sue are by far the most tenured fitness professionals on the east end specializing in pre-natal and adult fitness. You can find them training most days at the Sag Harbor Gym.

Loving your summer workouts? JUJA Active believes your activewear should reflect your unique and personal style, so they’ve handpicked gorgeous, fashion-forward items from over 40 independent brands. With new arrivals weekly, they invite you to stop in and see what inspires you.

Call 631.725.0707, visit hamptonsgymcorp.com, or e-mail info@hamptonsgymcorp.com. East Hampton Gym: 2 Fithian La. East Hampton Sag Harbor Gym: 1 bay st Sag Harbor Southampton Gym: 395 County rd 39A Southampton

38 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631.259.3855 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton 631.604.2137 jujaactive.com

Call 1.866.500.1909 or email appointments@browningsfitness.com and ask about our 30 minute workouts. Brownings Fitness: Upper East Side & Southampton

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Summer is heating up! Join Paddle Divaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s founder at her bi-monthly Friday Diva Adventure Tours starting June 30th from 9:30-12:00. These signature paddles are intended for those with some experience looking to take their paddling to the next level. Launching from new locations every other week, Gina Bradley will personally lead and curate these Adventure Tours, showcasing the beautiful landscape of the east end. Space is limited.

Rule #1 in the Hamptons: let loose but keep your skin tight! Why not use your time in the Hamptons to get youthful looking skin? Mindy Armandi has over two decade experience in working in the eld of Ultrasound and provides a range of Ultherapy non-invasive treatments that will show amazing results.

JULY-AUGUST 2017 | 200-HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING SUMMER INTENSIVE | Lead Faculty: Colleen Saidman & Rodney Yee - Sag Harbor, NY. Designed to immerse you into the study of yoga. Curriculum will include cultivating a daily home practice of asana, pranayama, and meditation; teaching skills including sequencing, seeing and understanding bodies, manual adjusting, and assisting; anatomy, philosophy, and chanting.

686 County Road 39A Bldg. 2, Southampton, NY 11968 Call 631.375.4591, rejuvalifthamptons.com

Applications and details online at yogashanti.com

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Celebrate your Independence on the mat at Good Ground Yoga â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the Hamptons premiere yoga studio in Hampton Bays. GGY is the brainchild of Leslie Pearlman, one of the most senior Forrest Yoga teachers in the world. Come see why her signature class is all the rage.

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East End Row, now open in Southampton the UES, and East Hampton, glided onto the fitness scene in May 2016 and quickly made a big splash. The East End Row method consists of 50-minute classes taught by highly trained instructors on low-impact water rowers, plus weight-based strength training. This unique format combines low-impact cardio and strength training that is scalable for all fitness levels. $20 intro. 33 Hill Street, Southampton and 460 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 631.353.3626, eastendrow.com.


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The Public Is Invited To A Benefit Fundraiser For

Celebrating the First Screening of a Michael Dougherty Production

L O&V E EVERYTHING in BETWEEN and the Launch of SAAFE Program “HOLLYWOOD

in the HAMPTONS”

Coming Soon! Fall 2017

SATURDAY, JULY 29TH - 9pm to Midnight

136 Main Street, Southampton NY 11968 * Red Carpet Introduction of Stars & Celebrities following the First Screening of “LOVE & EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN” * DJ Music & Dancing *Hot & Cold Hors d’oeuvres *Cocktail and/or Dinner Options *Silent Auction for S.A.A.F.E Program (Sexual Assault Awareness Film Expo for Colleges and Universities) Register to attend this event at: saafeprogram.org For further information: 631.619.2570 Sponsored by: The Mission of Angels Foundation, Inc. - S.A.A.F.E Program, an IRS recognized 501 (c) (3) Public Charity. Mailing Address for donations: P.O. Box ??, Southampton NY 11969. Donations may be 100% tax-deductible. Consult your accountant or financial advisor.


YOUR BEST FRIEND IN MANHATTAN, FOR OVER 100 YEARS The Animal Medical Center in New York City is a 501(c)(3) non-profit veterinary facility that has been a national leader in animal care since 1910. Our staff of nearly 100 veterinarians provide expertise in more than 17 key specialties and services to serve your pets 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including: · Anesthesiology & Pain Management

· Diagnostic Imaging

· Neurology

· Emergency & Critical Care

· Oncology

· Avian & Exotic Pet Medicine

· Integrative Medicine, Rehabilitation & Fitness

· Ophthalmology

· Cardiology

· Internal Medicine

· Pathology

· Dentistry

· Interventional Endoscopy & Interventional Radiology

· Radiation Oncology

· Dermatology

· Orthopedics

· Surgery

510 East 62nd Street, New York, NY 10065 · www.amcny.org For more information or to make an appointment, call 212-838-8100.

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INVITED Angelina, Maria, and Christina Casale

Dwayne Hill, Christine Evangelista, Antonella Bertello, and Dr. William Karesh

Lisa Faitell, Antonella Bertello, and Amelia Doggoi

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The event offered supporters the opportunity to meet some of Veterinarians International’s doctors, nurses, and ambassadors. Among the guests were actresses Christine Evangelista and Missy Hargraves, actor Dwayne Hill, Dr. William Karesh, and Dr. Scarlett Magda, founder and CEO of the organization, which helps foster expert veterinary care worldwide. The reception featured wines from Wölffer Estate Vineyard, cocktails by Palm Bay International, and hors d’oeuvres prepared by Gourmet Garage.

Lane Ringel and Brad Conrad

Geri Goven and Bradford Govenhil

Nick Soukas, Eduardo Barela, Kyle Kocobi, Ales Rudisar, and Dan Klinker

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TRUNKS OF LOVE

Dr. Scarlett Magda and Missy Hargraves

Carla Brancato


20 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 | 631.808.3401

Now Serving Dobra Tea at our Tea-osk www.harborbookssgh.com


INVITED

God’s Love We Deliver staff and volunteers.

Candy Yun and Tim Ko

Jon Gilman and Adrian Kahan

Gaby and Mark Lehrer

17TH ANNUAL MIDSUMMER NIGHT DRINKS Hundreds gathered at Calvin Klein’s Southampton home for the 17th annual Midsummer Night Drinks, an evening of hors d’oeuvres, signature cocktails, and a raw bar by Canard to raise funds for God’s Love We Deliver, which supplies meals to families in need. Among the guests were Bethenny Frankel, Blaine Trump, and Mark Brashear. “With the generosity of so many, we can always be there for all those who are too sick to shop or cook for themselves,” said David Ludwigson, the organization’s vice president and chief development officer.

LeDavid Granville, Karen Pearl, and Jeff Pfeifle

Jon Ehlen, Jim Shreve, Stephen Covello, and Mark Brashear

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Alethea Hannemann, David Ludwigson, Karen Pearl, and Nancy Kong

Blaine Trump, Scott Bruckner, and Karen Pearl

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David Ludwigson, Jon Gilman, Brad Learmonth, and LaMont Craig


EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY’S

AUTHORS NIGHT Saturday, August 12th • 5pm FIELD AT 4 MAIDSTONE LANE, EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE

100 AUTHORS • BOOK SIGNING COCKTAIL PARTY • DINNERS WITH GUEST AUTHORS ALEC BALDWIN, FOUNDING HONORARY CHAIR

BEST DOMESTIC AGENCY PLATINUM / #1 FIVE YEARS IN A ROW!

DOMESTIC

STAFFING

Hilaria Baldwin, Ann Brashares, Robert A. Caro, Dick Cavett, Tom Clavin, Elliott Erwitt, Stacey Griffith, Molly Haskell, Peter Marino, Alyssa Mastromonaco, Malcolm Nance, Holly Peterson, David Salle, Jessica Seinfeld, Stephen Kennedy Smith, Elizabeth Vargas . . . and many more!

& EVENT STAFFING

Tickets and event info: AUTHORSNIGHT.ORG

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Aug 8–Sept 3

Your free time is priceless … Let us do the work for you to find your next domestic staff member. We place professionals for permanent and seasonal positions, as well as for one-time events: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Butlers Private Chefs Chauffeurs Housekeepers Housemen

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Maids Nannies Mannies Estate Managers Estate Couples

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Companions/Aides Personal Assistants Security Personnel Servers/Waiters Bartenders

Aleksandra Kardwell, President

All the world’s a stage, and jazz is its melody By William Shakespeare Original music by Academy Award-winning composer

Free, No-Obligation, Private Phone Consultations

Call 631-204-1100 or 212-521-4373

www.HamptonsEmployment.com info@hamptonsemployment.com

NY State Licensed & Bonded. Fully Insured.

Stephen Schwartz Directed by Tony Award-winning director John Previews sponsored by Peconic Landing

Doyle

As You Like It sponsored by Baron’s Cove

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Housekeepers

Chefs

Event Staff


INVITED Guests explore the CBD For Life Collection.

Hayden Curtis from Kiwano demonstrating an electric scooter with a guest.

DJ Montauk Beach House crew. Arianna Disabatino

Naomi Walker and Mary McKee

Jurlique #SkinGoals display. Montauk Beach House provided guests with specialty strawberry mojitos and Frรณze.

FANCY.COM #SUMMERGOALS SEASON KICKOFF EVENT AT THE MONTAUK BEACH HOUSE

Ric Pipino and Sarah Gargano

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On Friday, June 16, through Sunday, June 18, Fancy.com, the online shopping destination, partnered with The Montauk Beach House to kick off the season in style with #SummerGoals, a bespoke retail experience showcasing the coolest, chicest products to get you summer-ready. The weekend-long event featured a curated treasure trove of fashion, beauty, fitness, nutrition, and home products from brands like Ric Pipino, Schiller Bikes, Red Carter, Parker NY, Neat Nutrition, Jurlique, and more.

Neat Nutrition brand representatives.

Laurieanne Gilner

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Marisa China and Laure Macanas

Alana Urcia


EXPERIENCE THE HAMPTONS NEWEST LUXURY BOUTIQUE HOTEL

the 24th annual watermill center summer benefit & auction

july 29, 2017 | watermillcenter.org/benefit | 39 watermill towd road water mill ny 11976 | +1 (212) 253-7484

The Quogue Club is a freshly restored, luxury boutique hotel offering five-star accommodations and rooms personally designed by Alexa Hampton. Enjoy sophisticated dining and amenities, access to private beach, gym, yoga studio, golf, tennis and all the Hamptons and North Fork have to offer. Whether for a week or a weekend getaway, come experience private Hamptons luxury for yourself and your family.... reservations@quogueclub.com • (631) 653-0100 • quogueclub.com

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INVITED

Rogan Gregory, Bethany Mayer, and kids

Stevie White

Salvatore Termini and David Matterhorn

BOO-HOORAY SUMMER RENTAL GALLERY

Spanky van Dyke and Amina Sma

Husband and wife Johan Kugelberg and Dr. Lila Wolfe brought the Boo-Hooray Summer Rental Gallery to Montauk for the first time on May 26. Cynthia Rowley, Jessie Harris, and David Slattery were among the guests in attendance. The gallery features original art, photography, and posters celebrating underground culture—punk, surfing, hippies, hip-hop, and more—of the last half century. A dozen artists, such as Pat McCarthy and Nick Weber, will be featured throughout the summer. The gallery is open daily from noon to 7 PM.

Dr. Lila Wolfe, Robert McKinley, and Kate Nauta

Johan Kugelberg, Michael Halsband, and Brendan Davison

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Andrew Poneros and Erik Foss

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Rick Solano and Nicole Nadeau


The acclaimed play by Pulitzer Prize winner LYNN Staged by Bay Street

NOTTAGE Artistic Director SCOTT SCHWARTZ

SOFO'S 28th ANNUAL SUMMER GALA BENEFIT

Benefiting SoFo Educational, Environmental Programs & Initiatives

PHOTO: XYLIA SERAFY

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 2017

AT THE SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM (SOFO) 377 Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Tpk. • Bridgehampton, NY 11932-0455

HONORING NEJMA & PETER BEARD CHRIS FISCHER • ALAN RABINOWITZ

July 4-30

CHAIRS ANKE & JÜRGEN FRIEDRICH, SUSAN & DAVID ROCKEFELLER SPECIAL GUEST HOSTS ALEX GUARNASCHELLI, DEBRA HALPERT & KERRY HEFFERNAN

Nejma & Peter Beard

Chris Fischer

Alan Rabinowitz

Starring Grey’s Anatomy’s

Anke & Jürgen Friedrich

Susan & David Rockefeller

Chef Alex Chef Kerry Guarnaschelli Heffernan

Debra Halpert

Ann Liguori

DAVID GARVEY

KELLY MCCREARY th

CATERED BY PETER AMBROSE GUEST AUCTIONEER ANN LIGOURI 6-7 PM PRE-GALA VIP COCKTAIL RECEPTION

Special Tasting Menu by Leading Chefs & Eateries

7-10 PM GALA RECEPTION ABUNDANT HORS D’OEUVRES • LIVE & SILENT AUCTIONS • HONOREE TRIBUTE DANCING • SURPRISE GUESTS TICKETS VIP $1,300 • INDIVIDUAL $425 • THIRTY & UNDER $275 VIP TABLES $5,000, $10,000, $25,000

Celebrate with Bay Street Theater FEATURING APPEARANCES BY

Imagine the possibilities... A dazzling night for a great cause. Live show followed by dining, dancing and mingling with Broadway Stars and surprise guests.

Saturday, July 15

631.537.9735 • http://sofo.org/summer-gala/ • daceti@sofo.org

Betty Buckleyy

Lois Loi is Smith

Buy Tickets Now! 631.725.0818 www.baystreet.org For VIP tables/tickets contact kim@baystreet.org

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THE END MY PERFECT DAY CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Rebecca de Ravenel, modeling her own Hoop La La earrings ($345); Round Swamp Farm; the bar at The Crow’s Nest; AERIN in Southampton, one of the stylish shops where de Ravenel’s accessories are sold.

WHEN OUT EAST, ACCESSORIES DESIGNER REBECCA DE RAVENEL, WHOSE CHIC BAUBLES ARE SOLD AT AERIN, LOVES SEEKING OUT VINTAGE GEMS AND STOPPING FOR DELICIOUS EATS. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

“My typical day in the Hamptons is (decidedly) rather quiet. No matter where I am, I always wake up at the crack of dawn and take my dog to the beach for a long walk. I usually stay with friends when I’m visiting. After my morning

walk, I like to bicycle into town and pop into a few of my favorite shops, such as AERIN (83 Main St., Southampton, 631-3533773; aerin.com). I always like to visit the antiques stores in Bridgehampton, stop in at the Round

5 FAVORITES 1. AERIN 2. Round Swamp Farm Market & Bake Shop 3. Sen 4. The Crow’s Nest 5. Melet Mercantile

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Swamp Farm Market & Bake Shop (97 School St., Bridgehampton, 631-3244438; roundswampfarm.com) to pick up some fresh goodies, and putter home for a delicious lunch. In the afternoon, I will generally retreat to the beach with some friends and have a gossip and a gander at whatever book I’m reading. Early evening, I head to Sag Harbor, which happens to be my favorite of all the Hamptons. I love the architecture and more often than not end up having dinner

at Sen (23 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-1774; sen restaurant.com) and a drink at The American Hotel (49 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-3535; theamerican hotel.com). On days when I’m feeling adventurous, I will drive out to Montauk and eat at The Crow’s Nest (4 Old West Lake Dr., Montauk, 631-668-2077; crowsnestmtk.com) and sometimes find divine little things at Melet Mercantile (102 Industrial Road, Montauk, 631-668-2843; meletmercantile.com).”

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMY NEUNSINGER (DE RAVENEL); BRIAN NIGGLES (FRUIT BASKETS); COURTESY OF THE CROW’S NEST (BAR); COURTESY OF AERIN (STORE)

BELLE OF THE BALL


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Fabled Further Lane Near Ocean Estate East Hampton. With a dramatic new price reduction, a sprawling 9000 SF +/- stucco manor, anchoring a luxurious 2 acre estate in a privileged setting, is now more compelling than ever. A long driveway from one of the Hamptons most storied lanes leads to a gated entry that opens to a profusion of color surrounding this unique residence that includes dramatic great room, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wing with 2 bedroom suites and large play area, 1st floor guest suite as well the state of the art kitchen with adjoining living room. Upstairs the s sumptuous bath, , sitting room and a large outdoor terrace. An additional bedroom completes the second floor. The finished basement has expansive master wing screening room, gym and spa bath with steam room. A park like atmosphere, including specimen trees and extensive gardens, envelops the pool, spa and unique waterfall that cascades past childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pool and 2 additional hot tubs all serviced by the large pool house with 3 baths and cabana kitchen. With a permit for tennis in place and proximity to ocean beaches, expect this newly repriced property to quickly find a new owner. Exclusive. $8.75M WEB# 54428 | Available for Rent: July $125K | August-LD $150K | July/August-LD $250K | Short Term $75K

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EAST HAMPTON SOUTH ESTATE SECTION GEM ON 1.5 ACRES East Hampton. Situated on 1.5 acres in the coveted estate section of East Hampton Village, this home sits on the far-end of the property, creating a stately approach from Ocean Avenue. Built in 1928 and constructed of stone with a combination of Mansard and Ludowici-style roofing, this East Hampton classic is rich in history and evokes the style of the original summer colony estates. Living space made up of 6,000 SF includes 7 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Four fireplaces (including 1 in the master bedroom), custom woodwork and wood floors lend warmth while the French doors and abundant windows throughout invite light. A second-floor balcony extends from the guest bedroom and allows for views of the spacious backyard and pool. Ocean beaches and the village center are both walking distance. $8.25M WEB# 53965

4.5 ACRES IN THE HEART OF SOUTHAMPTON ESTATE SECTION Southampton. This exceptional 4.5 acre property is in one of the most desirable locations in the Southampton Estate Section. The gracious gardens, expansive lawn and mature trees make you feel you have traveled back in time. The recently renovated villa features 6 ensuite bedrooms, 7 baths, a stunning kitchen, magnificent living room, a formal dining room and a grand family room. The original Villa Mille Fiore, “House of a Thousand Flowers,” was built in 1910 and was torn down in the early 1960s. The house was also featured in the book, “Houses of the Hamptons, 1880-1930”. All of this, in addition to close proximity to Southampton Village and ocean beaches, makes this property a dream come true. Also available for rent. $13.95M WEB# 3801410

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 IN SAG HARBOR - 25 ACRE PRIVATE COUNTRY ESTATE Sag Harbor. Unique 25-acre country estate with parklike grounds and total privacy. Drive up your winding driveway through unassuming gates, beautiful gardens and rolling lawns designed by landscape architect Miranda Brooks, to your own Hamptons resort-like property. The most beautiful traditional house, designed by renowned architect Daniel Romualdez, resembles a New England shingled cape and the interior design was impeccably done by Muriel Brandolini. This custom designed gem offers 6 bedrooms, 6 baths plus 2 half baths, eat-in kitchen, separate dining room with hand-painted Gracie wallpaper, and incredible great room with cathedral ceilings and authentic barn beams. Plenty of entertaining spaces, outdoor terraces and patios, secret gardens and stunning oversized heated gunite pool with pool house and wet bar, and Har-Tru tennis court. The perfect retreat, which could be a wonderful compound with 2 single and separate lots with the home on 15 acres and an extra 10 acre building lot. $14.9M WEB# 23695

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Hamptons - 2017 - Issue 3 - 6-30-2017 (Independence Day) - Sarah Jessica Parker  

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