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The waves may be bigger in other parts of the world, but for professional surfer (and Long Island native) Balaram Stack, the East End keeps drawing him back.
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“Surfing is the only time, the only thing I do in my life, where nothing else is affecting it. I’m doing my own thing; no one else can tell me how to do it or what way. You kind of just do what you want to do. That’s freedom. That’s what I live for. Just going and finding the best waves
that I can. And essentially, it’s just my job, which is crazy to even say. “I started on a boogie board when I was like 3. My brother gave me my first board when I was 7, and it kind of just snowballed into something. Surfing was always just something I’d do with my
friend because I loved it. All of a sudden, I was doing these little contests and doing well. It kind of just kept growing and growing. “Every day is different for me. That’s kind of what I love about it, too. The sandbars change all the time, so it’s always some-
thing different. It’s always something new, always in the works, always moving. “But the Hamptons always has great beach breaks. And any steep beach break like that kind of shapes you. It’s my favorite type of wave, so that’s what draws me back to here.”
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Derek Lam’s chicly minimal looks find a home in Southampton at coveted retailer Intermix.
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54 // GIRL ON FILM “Lolita in Sag Harbor” explores an iconic movie image in the place where it came to life.
56 // SHAKEN OR STIRRED Herbaceous gin takes center stage in refreshing midsummer cocktails.
STYLE 63 // IN THE MIX Derek Lam’s elegant, versatile basics find an East End home at Intermix in Southampton.
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68 // LOCAL GEMS Philanthropist and jewelry designer Danielle Snyder of Dannijo shares her Hamptons haunts and summer style tips.
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FEATURES 78 // HOSTESS WITH THE MOSTEST Cookbook author, food TV host, and Hamptons local Katie Lee is biting off as much as she can chew.
82 // INTERIOR MOTIVES The exuberant scale of Hamptons design has run the gamut, from rich Italianate interiors overlooking romantic gardens to contemporary glass palaces on restored dunes. Today’s homes are mindful of the environment but truly embody their genius loci, but the seeming simplicity of just “letting the outdoors in”—a traditional Hamptons goal—requires great skill. Designers and architects who understand the local spirit are helping homeowners navigate paths of informal design to avoid falling into beige clichés. Here’s our roundup of 50 area design pros who get it.
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Designed by Bates Masi Architects, this modern Montauk home would be equally at home on the shores of Malibu.
112 // NO PLACE LIKE HOME Consummate Hamptons local/real estate insider Jonathan Smith gives us a tour around his personal Southampton.
116 // WHAT’S NEW? Our local experts offer some solutions for building homes— and communities—in the Hamptons.
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Start the day off right at Baron’s Cove, one of the Hamptons’ burgeoning healthy-breakfast destinations.
SELF 129 // FIT AND FABULOUS New York’s poshest Pilates studio gets a permanent place in Montauk.
130 // BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS The most important meal of the day takes a winning, healthier turn in the Hamptons.
132 // THE GLOWMAKER Facialist to the stars Joanna Czech makes a triumphant return east—all the way east.
THE SOURCE 137 // SCENE. STYLE. SPACE. SELF. Your essential guide to fab dining, shopping, and living out East.
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ABOVE: With David and Simone Levinson, Steven Jauffrineau, and my husband, David Yanks, after a perfect day on the water joining the Levinsons on Pronto and lunch at Duryea’s Losbter Deck in Montauk.; Celebrating with Dani Stahl, birthday girl Lisette Sand-Freedman, Gary Mantoosh, and Brad Zeifman in Water Mill.
I’ve had the pleasure of knowing our cover star Katie Lee for quite a number of very fun years! We’ve worked on four covers together, none of them ever seeming like “work.” She loves fashion, has a definite and quite confident idea of her look, and she loves the Hamptons community so that it always makes for a fun shoot. She’s seen television and cookbook success with her easy approach to farm-to-table Italian dishes, and now has two shows I cannot get enough of—Beach Bites, which features easy ideas for summer eating, and The Chew, where she talks with a panel of chefs, including Mario Batali and Daphne Oz, giving kitchen tips and tricks. In this issue, she dishes on all of it! As we approach the end of July, we relish the time we get to spend with our kids at some of the museums, especially the Children’s Museum of the East End, which gives back all year long with programming perfect in summer as well as a thorough schedule of activities in the fall. This weekend, CMEE celebrates its gala. My daughter and I have never missed it; I promise it is one to get tickets for (cmee.org). If you want something a little lighter, more playful, and of course to get you ready for fall—hard to believe September is almost
here—I will be hosting a shopping event at Intermix with Brett Heyman of Edie Parker in East Hampton on Saturday from 3 to 5. It’s the perfect time to join us, post-beach, and find all of your essentials for the fall season ahead. This issue is also filled to the brim with two things I adore: interior design and outdoor living. No place celebrates them better than the Hamptons. We sum up the 50 best interior designers and get their insider tips, along with a stunning feature on a variety of ways to plan the lounging element of your oh-so-important pool. Finally, make sure the season does not fly by without a stop at my favorite candy shop, Sugarfina, which just opened in Southampton, the iconic “Lolita” exhibit in Sag Harbor, and a visit to my aesthetician, Joanna Czech, also in Sag Harbor for the summer, and pop over to Amagansett Square to see goop MRKT’s exquisite and serene spot stocked with everything from the perfect straw hat to curated food shipments from Eli Zabar’s in NYC. Enjoy the weekend!
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TOP, FROM LEFT: With cover star Katie Lee and April Gornik at the Save the Sag Harbor Cinema event at Lulu Kitchen & Bar; with Mark D. Sikes when we cohosted the opening of One King’s Lane in Southampton and the signing of his book, Beautiful; cohosting Richard Steinberg’s Atterbury Mansion preview on the Upper East Side with the power broker himself.
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Real estate in the Hamptons is followed around the world. As Town & Country broker Judi Desiderio says, “Hamptons dirt is always going up in value.” That truth has many reasons— land is limited, there is little else to develop, and what is left is often protected. Indeed, organizations like the Nature Conservancy, Group for the East End, and the Moriches Bay Project protect our natural resources and beauty by pushing for the adoption of new preservation laws, overhauling local zoning codes, and safeguarding our beaches and wildlife habitats, including the reestablishment of our shellfish and eelgrass populations, as well as improving the community’s overall water quality. Every issue of Hamptons features a real estate roundtable.
FROM TOP: With our real estate roundtable—Bruce Nagel, Sam Kelly, Chris LaGuardia, Kevin Dworak, Rocco Carriero, Almond Zigmund, Austin Handler, and Michael Braverman—at the Watermill Center; as our #SUMMEROFSELF continues, I enjoyed a great summer paddle in Three Mile Harbor with the “Paddle Diva,” Gina Bradley, as well as Samantha Yanks and Bianka Lefferts; our Gray Malin cover party with Frederico Azevedo, Samantha Yanks, and Gray Malin. RIGHT: With my friends and colleagues from Douglas Elliman, Dottie Herman and Neal Sroka, at A Summer Soirée.
The first took place 12 years ago at Michael Braverman’s home with a distinguished group of participants, including Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman, Corcoran’s Tim Davis, Brown Harris Stevens’s Peter Turino, Corcoran’s Gary DePersia, and others. In this and every issue, you can find the industry’s experts discussing current real estate trends. From them, I have learned much about the state of the industry, including trends in home building—such as outdoor spaces designed like indoor rooms—as well as how health and wellness always come into play: Countless East End families designing their own private spaces add spa wings, extensive gyms, tennis courts, and yoga/meditation rooms. But I’ve also learned the most important lesson of all: In home design, simplicity may be the greatest luxury. Please join us this Saturday to celebrate and support the Children’s Museum of the East End, and enjoy reading this real estate-focused issue of Hamptons! Have a great weekend and I’ll see you in town!
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On Saturday, June 17, The Retreat, a nonprofit on the East End, held its 30th All Against Abuse gala. The event raised awareness about victims of domestic abuse and educated attendees about the organization’s mission to provide safety and support. The following Saturday, June 24, the Moriches Bay Project’s third annual Oyster Fling took place. Raising money to improve the quality of the water in Moriches Bay, the catered event included an open bar, live music, and a cigar bar from Hampton Cigar Company (various locations, 888-746-5650; hamptoncigarcompany.com). In addition, Atterbury Mansion teased its refurbishment with preview images on its website, making us super eager to see the rest of the Manhattan space.
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The Southampton Fresh Air Home celebrated the Fourth of July with its 30th annual American Picnic with Fireworks by Grucci. The event took place at a private oceanfront estate on Meadow Lane in Southampton. Highlights included carts filled with popcorn, cotton candy, ice cream, and other all-American treats, as well as arts and crafts, a picnic buffet, and carnival booths with games and prizes. All proceeds benefit the Southampton Fresh Air Home’s camp for physically challenged children, now in its 116th year.
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Introducing Harvest Pointe, a new collection of 124 refined condominium homes and high-end amenities set on 46 acres of farmland. Quietly nestled in the charming hamlet of Cutchogue, in the town of Southold, Harvest Pointe provides a graceful way to live for active adults 55+. This is where quaint charm and country ambience blend effortlessly with style and sophistication. Spacious two and three bedroom home s with two-car garages and full basements.
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On Wednesday, June 28, Hamptons magazine and the Richard Steinberg Team at Douglas Elliman hosted an exclusive preview of the newly refurbished Atterbury Mansion, at 33 East 74th Street in Manhattan. Guests admired the stunning multistory residence while enjoying cocktails, hors dâ€™oeuvres, music by DJ Frankie Flowers, and a special art installation by Vika Costa.
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The Surf Lodge in Montauk celebrated the Fourth of July in style with a weekend-long party. There was live music each night, featuring performances by Rubblebucket, Bob Moses, Bully, Oak + Ash, Naughty by Nature, and others. Notable guests in attendance included Rosario Dawson, Nina Agdal, and Kelly Killoren Bensimon. The Surf Lodge also debuted a much-anticipated collaboration with the culinary masters at DomoDomo. Their beloved sushi will be made on-site with fresh lobster and crab and served at the lodge all summer long.
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The Moriches Bay Project’s third annual Oyster Fling was a huge success, with almost 400 people gathering on the beautiful bayfront property of the generous hosts, Andy and Lynne Edelman, in Westhampton Beach to help save Moriches Bay. The Red Hot Chili Peppers sent a delegation in support of grassroots oyster restoration programs, and the Mancuso Family was honored as the 2017 “Hero of the Bay.” Great food by Buoy One, with libations from Casamigos Tequila, Proud Pour Oyster Wine, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Twin Fork Beer Company, and Hampton Coffee, as well as cigars by Hampton Cigar Company, rounded out an evening of community action.
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East End Hospice’s annual Summer Party, “An Evening in Paris,” took place on Saturday, June 24, at the Jeffery’s, on the waterfront in Quogue. This summer benefit is the primary source of funding for East End Hospice and helps increase public awareness of its important mission. The event raised more than $400,000 and had over 30 Camp Sponsorships.
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SOTHEBY’S UNVEILING Sotheby’s International Realty’s Bridgehampton brokerage delighted guests at the unveiling of its updated office, redone by Aman Builders, on June 15. Guests were served delectable bites from the Lobster Limo and local vintages provided by Cinque Family Wine from the Amagansett Wine store.
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The Retreat’s largest fundraiser of the year, All Against Abuse, took place on June 17 at the Ross School Field House in Bridgehampton. The evening’s theme was “A Night in Havana,” and the entertainment included live salsa music by Mambo Loco, a performance of Cuban ballads by Maria Bacardi, and Cuban-inspired cuisine by Art of Eating. The event’s signature handpainted plates were created this year by Peter Dayton, April Gornik, David Joel, Barbara Maslen, Mae Mougin, and Jacques PŽpin.
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GIVING OUT LOUD JOIN MARIAH WHITMORE FOR PHILANTHROPY WITH A BOOM! AT LONGHOUSE RESERVE.
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Since its founding in 1945, Whitmores Landscaping in East Hampton has emphasized community involvement. “It’s important to Whitmores to support organizations that align with our business and the area,” says Mariah Whitmore, a descendant of the founders, now making her own mark on the local philanthropic landscape. Those organizations include the Parrish Art Museum, the South Fork Natural History Museum, the Amagansett Village and East Hampton Village improvement societies, Share the Harvest Farm (which donates its organic produce to local groups), and the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, founded by her grandmother. But Whitmore’s current focus is LongHouse Reserve. Her grandfather knew LongHouse founder Jack Lenor Larsen for many years and naturally played a role in the garden. Before the firm had its own tree farm, it sourced specimens from all over the country. “We had brought in California redwoods, and Jack wanted a couple,” Whitmore says. “We donated them, and they’re still on the property at LongHouse.” She got involved with LongHouse after a chance meeting on the Hampton Jitney with two board members, who invited her on a tour. “The gardens are really energizing to me,” Whitmore says. “Jack’s collection of art and plants is second to none.” She now cochairs LongHouse’s Junior Council and says July 22’s benefit gala, titled Boom!, will feature some “explosive” art by Cai Guo-Qiang, one of the evening’s honorees: Cai’s media include fireworks, and he creates paintings on which gunpowder is ignited to produce images. LongHouse Reserve, 133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton, 631-329-3568; longhouse.org
Mariah Whitmore in front of John Kuthik’s 1998 sculpture Fly’s Eye Dome at LongHouse Reserve, where an explosion of art (literally) awaits guests at this month’s benefit gala.
SCENE NOW OPEN Like a newfangled general store, goop MRKT in Amagansett offers everything you need to live the goop lifestyle—skincare, clothing, home décor, and more.
ALL ABOUT AMAGANSETT WITH ITS VERY OWN GARDEN AND A CURATED MIX OF ALL THINGS CLEAN AND CHIC, THE GOOP MRKT POP-UP IS A ONE-STOP SUMMER SHOP. BRITTANY PATTNER, GOOP CREATIVE DIRECTOR, GIVES US THE SCOOP.
There has been so much buzz about Amagansett, and we know Gwyneth Paltrow calls it home, so was that part of the reason to open the shop there? Goop has always had a special relationship with the Hamptons, and in particular Amagansett. For years we did a goop summer party in Gwyneth’s backyard, and each season we publish a Hamptons guide with our
favorite picks out East. Amagansett was definitely our first choice, so when we found this special little landmark space on Main Street, we were thrilled. The original exposed beams and floor, the garden, the energy… the space has integrity and spirit and felt like the perfect place for goop to call home. I’ve interviewed Gwyneth several times and she is always true to her mission of find-
ing organic product. Can you tell me a bit about what the store carries? We stocked goop MRKT with everything you might need while spending the summer out East—from beautiful tabletop for outdoor entertaining to nontoxic sunscreen, beach blankets, and bikinis, to gardening tools and wellness essentials. Our clean-beauty apothecary is one of our hallmarks—
it’s a tightly edited selection of luxurious, clean beauty and skincare products that we love for summer, from deeply hued Kosås lipsticks to nontoxic selftanner. We’ll also stock our fragrance collection, which is one of the first natural perfumes ever created. And more importantly, it smells wonderful. And goop by Juice Beauty? Yes, you will find our organic skincare line, goop by Juice Beauty,
as well as our goop Fragrance, goop Wellness, and goop Label. Goop MRKT gives people the opportunity to touch and feel the products in real life. Our skincare line is really our take on the products that make up the essential skincare routine: our award-winning Luminous Melting Cleanser, Exfoliating Instant Facial, Enriching Face Oil, Night Cream, Day Cream, and Eye Cream.
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The space is a 100-year-old cottage on Main Street, correct? Tell me about the design by Charles & Co. Design Studio. The design of the space was inspired by the hold-everything general stores you find in many English seaside towns. We wanted to bring a bit of Cornwall to the Hamptons while creating a space that felt indigenous. The gardens and landscape are by artist and Vogue contributing editor Miranda Brooks? The stars aligned on this one. Shortly after finding this place, I called Miranda, and she just happened to be in Amagansett that day, so she popped over to take a look and was as struck by the magic of the space as we were. She understood the English vibes we were hoping to infuse. We were very adamant that the space not be overly manicured. It needed to feel like you stumbled upon a hidden cottage on a strip of bucolic seaside. It seems akin to an old-school general store. In addition to swim, beauty, and wellness, you’ll have curated picnic baskets? Love that! We’ll have everything you need to create a goop-approved picnic, from our goop MRKT backpack to this gorgeous leather-wrapped cooler from Jayson Home that we’re all obsessed with. You then fill it with fresh herbs, breads, and tomatoes from Eli’s. Tell us about the exclusive items that you will have from Eli Zabar in NYC. We wanted to bring Eli’s back to Amagansett with daily deliveries of his breads and baguettes, heirloom tomatoes, and fresh herbs, which have been bringing people back regularly to stock up.
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: The pathway to goop MRKT in Amagansett; the Mud Room; goop Label and Reebok items at goop MRKT; breads, herbs, and tomatoes delivered fresh daily from Eli Zabar; a selection of linens; home décor, swimwear, and accessories for a day at the beach.
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SCENE FOOD FOR THOUGHT Pair a crisp, dry white wine with summer-friendly fish dishes like Eric Ripert’s Cod Serenata salad. INSET: Aldo Sohm and Ripert share a meal.
PERFECT PAIRING SUMMER MEANS LOTS OF TRIPS OUT EAST FOR LE BERNARDIN WINE DIRECTOR ALDO SOHM. HERE HE SHARES HIS TIPS FOR HOW AND WHERE TO DRINK IN THE HAMPTONS THIS SEASON.
What comes first—food or wine? “At Le Bernardin, food always comes first! It takes a lot of time to develop a dish, so I step in when Eric [Ripert] is finished. Sometimes I experiment with upwards of 12 different styles before we settle on a pairing that complements—not complicates— the dish and excites us both.” What varietals work with the seafood out East? “I’m always looking for something crisp and light with a good minerality. The Austrian in me goes for Grüner Veltliner: It’s clean, fresh, and tasty. But I also love crisp, light
Chardonnays and really minerally Sancerres.” What is your go-to rosé? “The Domaine Tempier Bandol rosé is always a favorite, with its full fruitiness balanced by fresh acidity. Plus, the 2016 [vintage] just landed here in the US. But, when I have the option, I love to stay local—which means Wölffer rosé or the Syrah rosé from Channing Daughters.” Which are your favorite East End wine lists? “Besides Jay McInerney’s cellar? Pierre’s in Bridgehampton and Nick and Toni’s in East Hampton.
And I’m excited to check out Le Bilboquet in Sag Harbor.” Where do you most like to open a bottle? “I love to sit outside at Duryea’s Lobster Deck—the incredible sunset views over the ocean, the best lobster roll, and a bottle of something delicious. It’s the epitome of summer.” Is there a secret to chilling wine quickly? “I’ll put a bottle in the freezer for 30 to 40 minutes—just don’t forget it in there! You could also mix a bucket of ice and water and then add salt to it; the salt will bring the temperature down
even more, chilling your bottle more quickly.” What is the ideal temperature for wines during the summer? “It’s part preference. Personally I don’t like my wines super cold, so I aim for somewhere between 47 and 50 degrees.” Is a red acceptable for a summer party? “Absolutely! The rules that red shouldn’t be served during the summer, or can’t be paired with fish, were meant to be broken! Just pick something lighter and fresher; Paumanok makes a really good Cabernet Franc that’s perfect during warmer weather.”
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BY SCOTT FELDMAN
GIRL ON FILM “LOLITA IN SAG HARBOR” EXPLORES AN ICONIC MOVIE IMAGE IN THE PLACE WHERE IT CAME TO LIFE.
Little-known fact: The famous poster image of Sue Lyon, star of Stanley Kubrick’s 1962 film Lolita—with heartshaped sunglasses, pursed lips, and lollipop, all gleaming cherry-red— was created in Sag Harbor. The sultry publicity stills shot by legendary photographer Bert Stern are now on display, with his sketches and notes, at Christy’s Art Center. To prepare for the shoot, Stern raided the Sag Harbor Five and Dime (now the Variety Store) “for comic books, American flags, junk candy, anything reminiscent of George Washington’s Delaware crossing,” recalled the LOLITA, A Day in the Life (Sue Lyon) (ABOVE) and LOLITA, MOTEL (Sue Lyon), two of the publicity stills that Bert Stern shot in Sag Harbor in 1961 for the film Lolita. Many of those images are now on display at Christy’s Art Center in an exhibition investigating this small piece of East End movie history.
photographer, who died in 2013. Shooting at “local diners, old gas stations, and crummy motels,” he tried to emulate the gaze of Humbert Humbert, the pedophile protagonist of Vladimir Nabokov’s 1955 novel about the titular teen nymphet. “These photographs are the visual life of a love story that is one of the most celebrated and controversial literary achievements,” says Shannah Laumeister Stern of her husband’s work. She selected some 20 pieces for the show, including several unpublished shots. “They’re familiar musings, like memories we all remember even if we never had a personal encounter with the subject.” Lolita was an inspiration for Stern, who won acclaim for candid portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren, and Brigitte Bardot. Yet when asked to sum up his career, he left celebrity aside, offering this perceptive epitaph: “I took audacious pictures that got people to want things.” “Lolita in Sag Harbor” is on view through September 8 at Christy’s Art Center, 3 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-0534.
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SHAKEN OR STIRRED HERBACEOUS GIN TAKES CENTER STAGE IN REFRESHING MIDSUMMER COCKTAILS. BY MATTHEW WEXLER
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EMP Summer House’s frozen refresher combines Fords Gin, Cocchi Americano, apricot liqueur, and jasmine pearl tea with lemon, yuzu, and aromatic sage for a cold slushy at the season’s hottest pop-up. 341 Pantigo Road, East Hampton; empsummerhouse.com
EMP SUMMER HOUSE’S FROZEN REFRESHER COMBINES GIN, COCCHI AMERICANO, APRICOT LIQUEUR, AND JASMINE PEARL TEA FOR A COLD SLUSHY AT THE SEASON’S HOTTEST POP-UP.
Shelter Island House’s summertime favorite pairs Botanist Gin with house-made honey lemonade and thyme gastrique. 11 Stearns Point Road, Shelter Island Heights, 631749-5659; shelterislandhouse.com FORTUNATE SUN
The Backyard Restaurant at Solé East fires up the grill for this spicy cocktail combining Botanist Gin with pink peppercorn charred lemon cordial, fresh mint, and a splash of soda. 90 Second House Road, Montauk, 631-668-2105; soleeast.com SHAKE IT UP
New York Distilling Company Dorothy Parker American Gin: Expect notes of elderberry and hibiscus along with traditional juniper. nydistilling.com Greenhook Ginsmiths Beach Plum Gin Liqueur: This elixir inspired by English sloe gin infuses Greenhook’s American Dry Gin with beach plums. greenhookgin.com Pine Barrens Barrel Reserve Botanical Dry Gin: Triple-distilled from Long Island potatoes, this gin is infused with 28 botanicals and finished in the company’s singlemalt whiskey barrels. lispirits.com
All grown up: EMP Summer House’s Nod to Nothing is a sophisticated twist on a hot-weather favorite, the slushy.
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For Chicago, touring is a hard habit to break. “Retire? And do what?” asks Robert Lamm (center). “What’s better than being in a rock band?” The group hasn’t missed a year on the road since 1967; their firstshow with current tour buddies the Doobie Brothers, (below, with Tom Johnston at center) was in 1973.
ROCKING OUT CHICAGO AND THE DOOBIE BROTHERS TAKE IT TO THE STREETS FOR THE MOST SING-ALONG SETS OF THE SUMMER.
What are your summer plans? Do they involve playing shows for tens of thousands of people at amphitheaters across the US? And have you been doing that kind of thing for 50 years straight? No? Then you must not be a member of the seminal rock band Chicago. “Those 50 years went by rather quickly,” laughs keyboardist/vocalist/songwriter Robert Lamm, who cofounded the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame group in 1967, penning such enduring, sing-along classics as “25 or 6 to 4” and “Saturday in the Park.” Fronted by new lead singer and bassist Jeff Coffey, who sings the old Peter Cetera/Jason Scheff tunes (“Jeff’s a more intense version of his predecessors,” says Lamm), Chicago is joined on the road by old friends the Doobie Brothers, of “Listen to the Music” and “China Grove” fame.
“We love playing to a crowd and interacting,” says Doobies cofounder/guitarist/vocalist Tom Johnston. “And these outdoor shows have a festive atmosphere— I’m invested in getting people out of their seats and rocking.” Each band has a catalog of songs that’s five decades deep, so will you hear your faves? “The chestnuts are there,” reveals Johnston. “Those four or five songs that we always play. But there are also deep album cuts that we haven’t played in years.” Lamm adds, “It would take us many hours to play all our hits.” With 21 top-10 singles and 36 albums (25 of them certified platinum), he’s not kidding. “We can interchange them and still make two hours of popular songs. It’s a blessing.” July 28, Nikon at Jones Beach Theater; livenation.com
“I’M INVESTED IN GETTING PEOPLE OUT OF THEIR SEATS AND ROCKING.” —tom johnston
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DAVID M. EARNISSE (CHICAGO); ANDREW MACPHERSON (DOOBIE BROTHERS)
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STYLE OF THE HAMPTONS
IN THE MIX DER LAM’S ELEGANT, VERSATILE BASICS FIND AN EAST END HOME AT INTERMIX IN SOUTHAMPTON.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY COLIN LANE
BY ADRIENNE GAFFNEY
Derek Lam defines Hamptons style as “laid-back luxe”—which makes the East End a perfect match for his designs. Intermix agrees, having decided to carry his Pre-Fall and Fall lines for the first time in its Southampton store this summer. Full of warm yellows and bold turquoise, wide-legged pants and classic shirtdresses, Lam’s collections easily transition from city to beach. “I always love how well they edit the must-have items of the season,” Lam says of Intermix. As for his new collections, “Pre-Fall is about color, texture, and silhouettes that have an ease for summer dressing but a sophisticated look. Fall, like Pre-Fall, is about tapestry textures, but dialed-up, in velvet and very bold pieces in red and heliotrope.” A point of pride for Lam—a design he calls “authentic”— is the Jane, an indigo-wash cropped flare jean that’s part of a new denim collection from his 10 Crosby line. He’s also excited about an abstract animal print, available in both yellow- and turquoise-based color combinations, that appears throughout the Pre-Fall pieces. “In a slipdress with a full skirt, it’s ideal to wear at more casual occasions but easily dresses up,” he explains. Another turquoise piece is a chic off-the-shoulder
DEREK LAM DEFINES HAMPTONS STYLE AS “LAID-BACK LUXE”— MAKING THE EAST END A PERFECT MATCH FOR HIS DESIGNS.
Derek Lam and (BELOW AND RIGHT) some of the bold, feminine frocks from his Fall/Winter 2017 collection.
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blouse that Lam created with yearlong wearability in mind. Functionality and adaptability are critical to Lam’s brand, which is beloved for items that are both striking and timeless. “In the Hamptons, dressier pieces always look great paired with an amazing jean or a cozy sweater,” he says. “It’s about mixing the casual and offhand with a luxurious standout piece.”
And while the Gramercy Park resident doesn’t get to spend much time on the beach, when he does, he knows just where to go for inspiration. “I have plenty of friends who graciously invite me over for weekend visits,” Lam says. “My favorite scenery is looking across the lawns toward the Maidstone. It’s classic Hamptons.” 64 Main St., Southampton, 631-2838510; intermixonline.com
“IN THE HAMPTONS, DRESSIER PIECES ALWAYS LOOK GREAT PAIRED WITH AN AMAZING JEAN OR A COZY SWEATER.” —DEREK LAM
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF DEREK LAM
FAR LEFT AND CENTER: Two looks from Derek Lam’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection. ABOVE: Long-sleeved pleated shirtdress ($1,450). LEFT: Lace inset cami dress ($1,950).
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ANCHORS AWEIGH! CLASSIC NAUTICAL ACCESSORIES GET A MODERN UPDATE VIA TEXTURAL STRIPES AND INTRICATE BEADING THAT FEELS FEMININE AND FRESH FOR SUMMER.
Wedge sandals, Soludos ($95). Tenet,91 Main St., Southampton, 631377-3981; soludos.com. Striped canvas bag, Chanel ($3,950). What Goes Around Comes Around, 48 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0874; whatgoesaroundnyc.com. Sunglasses, Tomas Maier ($330). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-6046700; tomasmaier.com. Beaded necklace, Millianna x Jennifer Miller ($745). Jennifer Miller Jewelry, 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-9061; jennifermillerjewelry.com
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STYLING BY CONNOR CHILDERS
INCREDIBLY GOOD EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY WITH CITY WATER
2648 Appaloosa Trail Wellington, Florida
$6,000,000 currently due to seller motivation.
MARIA MENDELSOHN, REALTOR ASSOCIATE
10680 W. Forest Hill Boulevard, Wellington, FL 33414 C: 561.758.1605 www. mariamendelsohn.com
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STYLE SOCIAL NETWORK Carlina round-frame silver-tone sunglasses, Chloé ($375). net-aporter.com
First Aid hat, Lola Hats ($198). Intermix, 64 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8510; intermixonline.com
Leandra jean, Re/Done ($350). Kirna Zabête, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-5275794; kirnazabete.com
Honolulu scalloped printed bandeau bikini, Marysia ($290). net-a-porter.com
Careux bracelets, Dannijo ($45). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 631-377-3981; tenetshop.com
“I live in all things ﬂowy and light in the summer. When I’m not in cutoffs, I’m in some version of an LSF skirt and a vintage tied tee.” Rufﬂe miniskirt, LoveShackFancy ($275). Intermix, 64 Main St., Southampton, 631-2838510; intermixonline.com
“I always wear little reminders of love. This is one of my favorites; I rarely take it off.” Romeo cuff, Dannijo ($148). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 631-3773981; tenetshop.com
LOCAL GEMS PHILANTHROPIST AND JEWELRY DESIGNER DANIELLE SNYDER OF DANNIJO SHARES HER HAMPTONS HAUNTS AND SUMMER STYLE TIPS.
BEACH: Ditch Plains or Amagansett Beach COFFEE SHOP: Jack’s BRUNCH SPOT: Estia’s Little Kitchen
FARMERS MARKET: Canela denim wedge espadrille, Castaner ($155). Intermix, 64 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8510; intermix online.com
Serene Green in Sag Harbor, Round Swamp, and Loaves & Fishes
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Pinata leather-trimmed fringed straw tote, Kayu ($140). net-a-porter.com
Carmen hoops, Dannijo ($295). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 631-377-3981; tenetshop.com
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SPORT: Surﬁng and Pilates
“I love a nude lip in the summer against sun-kissed skin. I always carry this Kevyn Aucoin liner in my bag because it’s the perfect natural shade.”Flesh tone lip pencil in medium, Kevyn Aucoin ($25). net-a-porter.com
The Chauncey Close Peninsula 19 Chauncey Close $19,950,000 Located in East Hamptonâ€™s most exquisite waterfront community, this iconic home sits on ~3.5 Acres and enjoys ~400 ft. of pond frontage and unobstructed southwestern views over Georgica Pond and the Atlantic Ocean. The substantial 5 Bed/4.5 Bath 6,100 sq. ft. home features a pool, three fireplaces, and great room that is perfect for entertaining or relaxing in this idyllic setting. Originally part of the historic Cove Hollow Farm, the private peninsula remains the area's most stunning and prestigious estate location. With its breathtaking natural beauty, and ideal positioning on Georgica Pond, 19 Chauncey Close is the ultimate private oasis.
23 Chauncey Close $9,995,000 Nestled at the end of the Chauncey Close peninsula on Georgica Pond, this property offers a rare opportunity to build a waterfront home in one of the countryâ€™s most stunning and prestigious communities. With over 3.6 private acres looking south and west toward the pond and out to the the Atlantic Ocean, this parcel is surely the site of a future dream home. Enjoy ~480 ft. of private waterfront and spend your summers paddleboarding, kayaking, and watching the Beetle Cat sailboats race on Georgica Pond.
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compass.com 631.324.1700 Lori Schiaffino, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker. Real estate agents affiliated with Compass are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Compass. Equal Housing Opportunity. Compass is a licensed real estate broker located at 90 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Fl. NY, NY 10011. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Compass makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. To reach the Compass main office call 212 913 9058
STYLE BUY THE BEACH Old School Sweatshirt in Gris ($175) and Le Original jeans in Farris ($275), Frame.
Muscle Shirttail Tee in Off White ($95) and Le Mini Skirt Raw Edge in Pierson ($235), Frame. BELOW: Dazzler Shift jeans in Your Treat or Mine? ($275), Mother Denim; Sailor Brinkley wearing a Classic shirt by Rag & Bone ($195).
Lela Becker and Tim Kaeding’s LA-based and -built Mother Denim boasts high-profile devotees—including recent collaborator Miranda Kerr. This summer, Mother must-haves include the Tomcat, a highrise, batik-detailed straight fit, in rich indigo or in the True Confessions vintage wash; the shadow-distressed Dazzler Shift, with its ripped-up back pockets; the Speed Racer, with zippy red racing stripes running down its length; and the Guilty Racer, with the same racing stripes in white. Fahrenheit 451, 105 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 631-2885724; motherdenim.com FRAME
This LA brand’s Rigid Re-Release collection is a runway hit, with supermodel superfans such as Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls, and Irina Shayk. A fresh take on ’80s denim
styles, the collection is built around a slim-fit, straight-leg silhouette, with a high rise and a subtle nip at the knee. Le Crop Flare—cropped and flared, true to its name—is the collection’s cutesy star, while the classic-fit Le Original sits just below the waist. Intermix, East Hampton, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-8025; intermix online.com RE/DONE
RE/DONE’s vintage styles from heritage denim brands (for sale at Intermix) are rebuilt using each piece’s original—and perfectly worn—fabric. Summer faves include the straight fit in light wash, along with high-rise cropped pants and denim miniskirts and jackets. Ultrasoft, ultracomfortable, with distressed details in all the right places… L’Agence Margot High Rise is another chic style flying off the shelves. Intermix, SEE ABOVE
THE BEACHES OF THE EAST END WERE MADE FOR LIGHT DENIM AND A SIMPLE T.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY SOPHIE ELGORT (BRINKLEY); STYLING BY JAMES AGUIAR; HAIR BY ANTHONY JOSEPH HERNANDEZ USING ORIBE; MAKEUP BY JOSEPH CARRILLO USING DIORSKIN STAR AT KATE RYAN INC.
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GREAT HOMES HAVE IT ALL
14 Sutton Square. Private, secure, mint townhouse on Sutton Square, with river views from every room, overlooking the secret garden. Five stories plus finished basement, six bedrooms, seven baths. $15M WEB# 5125936 Fabienne Lecole 212.360.2294
15 Willow St. Landmarked 25’ wide corner residence with parking. Custom renovation by Studio DB of 6,000+ SF, over six stories. 6 bedroom, 4 full, 2 half baths, 3 fireplaces, wine cellar, elevator and 3 outdoor spaces. Unparalleled sunlight and views of Lower Manhattan. $11.5M WEB# 3714568 Chris Sheller 718.765.3792
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Park Ave South/28th St. 4 rms. 2 BR/2.5 bath corner condo in excellent condition - 1,539 SF. LR, dining area, chef’s Kit w/top appliances. Top quality finishes/custom mill-work thru-out; casement windows; generous closets; W/D. 2 storage units. F/S building w/exceptional amenities. $3.895M WEB# 5171529 Sharon E. Baum 212.836.1036
Park/36th St. 4.5 rms. Mint 2 BR/2.5 bath home w/high ceils – 1,441 SF. LR/dining area, Kit with top appliances. Custom built-in closets thru-out, hardwood floor, central AC, W/D. F/S luxury condo with wonderful amenities & 24-hour DM/concierge; pet-friendly. $2.995M WEB# 5170988 Sharon E. Baum 212.836.1036
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Chelsea. European style townhouse, 2 bedroom/2 bath condo with twelve foot ceilings, south exposure, stained glass doors, library, prewar. Twenty-four hour doorman. An exquisitely unique unit, designed with elegant detail, within the landmark O’ Neill building. $2.95M WEB# 5145728 Timothy Melzer (m) 917.328.6285
E 71st St. Amazing open floorplan with large living room/separate dining area. Eat-in kitchen featuring top-of-the-line appliances. Ample closet space. Hardwood floors throughout. A must see. 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath plus den. $2.75M WEB# 4465648 Elizabeth Sahlman 212.323.3240, Liora Yalof 212.323.3242
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CPW/70s. White-glove classic 7. Quintessential Park views at landmark address. 30’ living room with wood burning fireplace, 24’ formal dining room. 3-4 bedrooms, 3 baths, high ceilings, original detail, large closets, eat-in kitchen plus staff room. $7.895M WEB# 5106860 Daniel Douglas 212.875.2835
CPW/81st St. 8 into 7 rms. Gracious home with grand proportions & views of Central Park. Living room with WBFP , DR, 3 BRS + Lib/BR, 3 Baths, windowed EIK with top appliances. Excellent cond. Full service white glove co-op with live-in super, gym, bike room; pet-friendly. $6.9M WEB# 5177146 Sharon E. Baum 212.836.1036
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RSD. Sun-filled, custom designed 3-4 bedroom, 3 bath home. Gracious layout, grand-scaled rooms, 10’ ceilings, prewar details, oversized windows, excellent storage, washer/dryer & all modern comforts. Gorgeous tree-lined, brownstone block across from RSD Park. $2.995M WEB# 5174299 Stacey Pashcow (m) 917.921.8002, Deanna Kory 212.937.7011
Greenwich Village. Hip 2 bedroom/2 bath duplex condo loft, 16’ ceilings, great room with fireplace plus 3 flexible spaces, 24 hour doorman, full-time super, roof deck and more. $2.995M WEB# 5117174 John Gasdaska 212.821.9138 Jonathan Conlon 212.508.7162
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CPW/60s. Charming maisonette in full service co-op with Central Park as your front yard. Elegant 2 bedroom, 2 bath with gracious dining room and top-of-the-line chef’s kitchen. Tree-top views of Central Park from the LR and grand master suite. XXX mint. $2.375M WEB# 5134387 Leighton Candler 212.937.6677
Sutton Place South. Huge fab split 2 bedroom, 2 bath with East River views, living room with bay window seat+ dining alcove, windowed Kit & more. Luxury full service co-op. $1.875M WEB# 5116600 John Gasdaska 212.821.9138 Jonathan Conlon 212.508.7162
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HOSTESS with the MOSTEST Cookbook author, food TV host, and Hamptons local Katie Lee is biting off as much as she can chew. by ALLISON BERG
photography by MELANIE ACEVEDO
ith 14 years in the Hamptons and counting, Katie Lee, host of Beach Bites on the Cooking Channel and cohost of The Kitchen on the Food Network, is always cooking up something good—literally and figuratively. Yet even from her high-profile perch, she never loses sight of her West Virginia roots and oldschool values, especially when it comes to entertaining. “My grandma always told me it’s not just about the food,” Lee says, “but the way you make people feel in your home.” Expressions like “outta dirt holler” roll smoothly off Lee’s tongue, and the selfproclaimed small-town gal just wants everyone to have a good time. Lee has loved the beach since childhood and smiles as she recalls how her family saved money all year long for one-week vacations to Myrtle Beach. “My grandpa would drive us, and when we would be about an hour away, he would exclaim, ‘I smell the ocean!’ We would get so excited,” she says. Living in the Hamptons has only intensified Lee’s infatuation. On any given afternoon, she can likely be found reading a book under an umbrella, with her toes in the sand. Recently Beach Bites has had her island-hopping from St. Barths to Hawaii and all the beaches in between, showcasing culinary artists and their exceptionally creative treats. When she and her producers on The Kitchen concocted the Beach Bites idea, Lee was skeptical that anyone would green-light a show in which she simply goes to the beach and eats. Two seasons later, she still can’t believe it’s her job. During the first season, she feasted on local specialties like stewed chicken in Charlotte Amalie, in the US Virgin Islands; barbecue ribs in Punta Mita, Mexico; and fried cheesecake in St. Petersburg, Florida. Lately she has been stateside, savoring dirty-chai pancakes in San Diego; chicken chimichangas in Lake Havasu City, Arizona; and the legendary “Nasty G,” a sandwich piled high with Alabama favorites. Dependably dressed in chic bohemian resortwear, Lee remains bright-eyed and eager no matter where Beach Bites takes her. She says her supportive research team is key to the show’s success, while social media plays a large role in their discoveries. When a critical mass of people get excited about a particularly visual post, Lee’s team will Skype with the chefs, watch them work, and pull together a group her audience will be excited to spend time with. Hawaii is Lee’s favorite locale so far. “If I could figure out how to live in Maui, I would,” she says, explaining that the islands feel to her like a tropical take on the Hamptons, with acres of farms and chefs who work magic with local ingredients. Thailand and Italy’s Amalfi Coast are on her wish list for future excursions,
but frankly, Lee could convince us that any cuisine is to die for. Her energy and enthusiasm are infectious. Whether she’s biting into an enormous layered burger or mixing an assortment of goodies on a plate of fried fish, Lee’s adventurous spirit shines through, especially when she’s declaring (as she often does) that she wants to taste everything simultaneously. Although every host claims to have the greatest crew in television, with Lee it doesn’t seem like an idle boast. The show’s high production values are obvious. The cinematography lets viewers practically feel the heat of the morning sun as they savor a Mallorca breakfast sandwich at Pinky’s in Puerto Rico or score the best waterfront bar seat for sipping a Painkiller cocktail at Duffy’s Love Shack in St. Thomas. The crew’s main challenge, according to Lee, is to ensure that she manages to fit into her clothes, as her samplings can be, shall we say, on the gluttonous side. To maintain her figure while indulging in this fantasy diet, she does Tracy Anderson workouts for at least 90 minutes a day, five to six days a week, and streams Anderson’s workouts on her laptop while traveling. “I really work hard at it,” Lee says. “I don’t believe people who say they can eat whatever they want and stay thin!”
nscreen and off, food is central to this beach beauty’s life, but she tries to keep things simple when entertaining. She isn’t too fussy, she says, believing that the best way to have carefree guests is for her to remain calm and remember to have a blast herself. And the secret to being a relaxed host? Complete as much as possible before guests arrive, Lee says. Even a seasoned chef doesn’t want to be surrounded by a crowd while trying to concentrate in the kitchen, so her first step is planning, which involves a lot of list-making. Depending on her mood, Lee may map out an elaborate meal for an intimate circle of friends or prepare a more casual spread for a larger group. Next, she chooses a theme. “Especially when someone is a novice, a theme is a wonderful place to start,” Lee says. “It will help decide décor, menu, music, cocktails, and wine pairings.” The third step is creating the menu, and she always incorporates some items that can be served at room temperature or chilled. Locally sourced ingredients strongly influence her choices, and Green Thumb organic market in Water Mill is generally her first shopping stop. Sometimes she’ll call up Smokin’ Wolf in East Hampton and order a slab of ribs, pick up some corn at a farmstand, and throw together a big salad. Or when expecting a considerable turnout, Lee often organizes pizza parties, utilizing both her own pizza oven and the experts at Rolling in Dough in Greenport.
Lee emphasizes the importance of delegating tasks and being realistic about how much you can manage on your own. So she can focus on the entrée, she sometimes opts for “assembly-only” hors d’oeuvres and, for dessert, ice cream sandwiches made with Tate’s Bake Shop cookies. But she maintains the healthy perspective that guests are just happy to have an invitation to her home; they aren’t coming to judge her talents. “It’s not about perfection,” she says. “I’m certainly not perfect—I don’t pretend to be and I’m not trying to be.” One can even be a fantastic host with takeout, Lee confides: Simply order from your favorite Chinese restaurant, put the food in pretty bowls, turn on some good music, get the cocktails flowing, and voilà! You’ve got a fabulous party.
ee treasures the Hamptons habit of holding dinner parties in private homes. While it may sound counterintuitive to the fancier set, she has observed that East Enders have a better time at casual gatherings, where they aren’t glued to their seat, waiting for formal service, and on alert for the etiquette police. She advises balancing a formal setup with casual food, so it doesn’t feel too stuffy. In fact, Lee surmises that her most fun Hamptons shindig may have been a keg party: It entailed six kegs, a barbecue, an ice luge, and beerpong tables. This summer she anticipates trying her hand at a Hawaiian feast in the Hamptons, but then nervously remembers that she has never attempted a traditional pig roast. “There will certainly be mai tais,” she giggles.
When not playing hostess, Lee revels in East End activities. “I really feel like this is my home now, and I’m happiest when I’m in the Hamptons,” she says. Having grown up in Milton, West Virginia, Lee was initially caught off-guard by the Hamptons’ provincial feel. She recalls laughing when she first heard someone refer to the Hamptons as “the country.” “Y’all don’t even know,” she says. “There’s a Ralph Lauren store here!” But now she gets it. She relishes being surrounded by farms and living in a community where everyone knows and looks out for each another. “I’m very predictable,” Lee says. Most of her days involve going to Green Thumb, taking a tennis lesson, hanging out at the beach, cooking, eating, and playing with her new puppy, Gus. Her favorite local spot is the frozen-yogurt haven Buddhaberry, which she lovingly calls her “roller coaster of emotions.” Her go-to flavor: peanut butter with hot fudge or peanut butter sauce. “It doesn’t matter how much you put in the cup,” she says. “You always want more.” Carissa’s Bread in East Hampton is another haunt. The bakery uses locally grown and milled wheat, and Lee declares its loaves possibly the best bread she has ever tasted. She also routinely visits Amagansett Sea Salt Co., which harvests flavorful sea salt right here in the Hamptons; Mecox Bay Dairy, for cheese; North Sea Farms, for chicken; and Clamman, for fish. Her newest find is Peconic Prime Meats, for homemade sausage in a variety of flavors (her favorites are curry and Thai chicken). “Everything they do is spot-on,” she says. Convinced that this area has the ultimate “beach bites,” Lee is disappointed to report that we won’t be seeing any of these local delicacies on the show this season. But she hopes Beach Bites will see a Season 3, in which she can visit Sag Harbor for Grindstone doughnuts and Dock House fried clams, stop in at Clam Bar and The Lobster Roll in Amagansett, and head to Bostwick’s Chowder House in East Hampton. She also knows that to visit these places is a luxury. Lee recently joined the board of directors of the Food Bank for New York City and explains that one in five New Yorkers is foodinsecure. The current face of hunger even includes workingclass families, and the numbers are quickly rising. Lee was astonished to learn that many women turn to the Food Bank as their only source of feminine hygiene products. It’s the most challenging donation for the organization to obtain, and Lee fervently supports its work. Since her first cookbook, The Comfort Table, was published in 2008, Lee feels she has evolved both professionally and personally. Back then, she was focused on “the three C’s—comfortable, casual, and with a touch of couture.” Now, having clearly come into her own, she really is all about being relaxed. “I just like to have fun,” she says, “and I want my guests at home or viewers on TV to feel the same way.”
Embroidered tulle dress ($19,500), knit bra ($880), and panties ($1,400), Dior. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-5680; dior.com RIGHT: Embroidered tulle panel dress, Burberry ($2,595). Americana Manhasset, 2060
Northern Blvd., 516-365-2050; us.burberry.com Styling by Claudia Talamas Hair by Bryce Scarlett using Moroccanoil at The Wall Group Makeup by Quinn Murphy at The Wall Group
“ENTERTAINING IS NOT ABOUT PERFECTION. I DON’T PRETEND TO BE PERFECT, AND I’M NOT TRYING TO BE... I JUST LIKE TO HAVE FUN, AND I WANT MY GUESTS TO FEEL THE SAME.”
MOTIVES The exuberant scale of Hamptons interior design has run the gamut from rich Italianate living rooms looking out on romantic gardens to contemporary glass palaces on restored dunes. While today’s homes try to be mindful of the environment and embrace relaxed East End living, simply “letting the outdoors in”—a traditional Hamptons goal— actually requires great skill. Designers and architects who understand the local spirit are helping homeowners create informal spaces without falling into beige clichés. Here’s our roundup of 50 area design pros who get it.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY MATTHEW CARBONE (AMAGANSETT); ERIC STRIFFLER (AMAGANSETT WOODS); JACOB SNAVELY (SHELTER ISLAND). OPPOSITE PAGE: BY GARRETT ROWLAND (FLORITAUK); JACOB SNAVELY (EAST HAMPTON); MATTHEW CARBONE (WATER MILL)
by Paula de la Cruz
ANNETTE AZAN DESIGN
BATES MASI +
For Annette Azan, the most interesting environments are those with many points of view. She serves as a guide for her clients’ tastes—acting as a medium of sorts—so they feel a sense of ownership. For a recent job in Sag Harbor, Azan changed the flow of an old Victorian house, quieting some eccentric details and reflecting the owners’ personalities. 914-8303181; annetteazan.com
Paul Masi believes that interior and landscape designers should work together on new homes because design becomes unified when boundaries between disciplines blur. For some of his smallerbudget projects, he asks consultants to recommend textiles and furnishings. His firm succeeds, he says, because it integrates landscaping, interior design, and architecture. 132 N. Main St., East Hampton, 631725-0229; batesmasi.com
BABCOCK PEFFER DESIGN
OPPOSITE PAGE, FROM TOP: Mako residence, Amagansett, with interiors by Eleanor Donnelly; Amagansett Woods by Alicia Murphy; a Shelter Island project by Maureen McDermott. THIS PAGE, FROM TOP: “Floritauk” in Montauk, with interiors by Ghislaine Viñas; Bull Path in East Hampton by Maureen McDermott; Cove Residence, Water Mill, by Eleanor Donnelly.
Allison Babcock favors Midcentury Modern, but her appreciation for organic modernism as well as historical architecture makes her work highly adaptable. She believes the furniture, lighting, and art in a house should come from various periods to make it layered and complex. Babcock is currently designing a year-round home in Sag Harbor in which a large living/kitchen space is divided by custom accordion doors that virtually disappear when open. 7 Spring St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-1002; babcockpefferdesign.com BORIS BARANOVICH ARCHITECTS
Boris Baranovich’s flexible spaces are designed to be multifunctional, and his work often incorporates the history of the Hamptons’ golden age. Baranovich makes sure his clients have fun with the process of designing a house, which he likens to having children: It can sometimes be a pain, but the journey is always rewarding. 34 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-8994093; bbanyc.com
B FIVE STUDIO
Salvatore LaRosa and Ronald Bentley start with strong, clear architecture— whether they create it themselves or are responding to an existing space. While showcasing their own style, their firm’s interiors have a serenity and grace that doesn’t overpower the client’s personality. The result is never boastful or grand; instead, each room expands and recedes in importance to form a harmonious unit. 212-2557827; bfivestudio.com BJ¯RNEN DESIGN
John Bjørnen’s style references the Hamptons as a boating haven. He chooses textiles that are luxurious but not delicate, so there’s never a question of how guests and owners can use a space. Bjørnen believes that one of the great challenges of the East End is employing new technologies to create enduring environments that can withstand the eroding effects of the ocean. His motto: It has to be beautiful and logical, but not ephemeral. 144 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-7250946; bjornendesign.com
Brian Brady is a classically trained architect who owes his modern sensibilities to his days at Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. His homes live and breathe history, with soothing soft palettes that allow his clients to relax and leave the city behind. His guiding principle is to design interiors that serve as backgrounds for people and art to stand out. Brady serves on the Architecture Review Board for the Village of Southampton. 129 Main
St., Southampton, 631-2833111; bbradydesign.com MEG BRAFF DESIGNS
Meg Braff injects her projects with playful glamour and a modern perspective, adapting to each client’s lifestyle. She locates vintage pieces and uses them in her interiors and as inspiration for her wallpaper and textile designs. Coupled with these objects, her pastel palettes and pattern combinations offer an eclectic take on classic preppy style. 92 Forest Ave., Locust Valley, 516-801-4939; megbraffdesigns.com
Muriel Brandolini brings bohemian joie de vivre and curiosity to her spaces, using great finds from different periods and places. For her own Hampton Bays living room, she paired a vintage Alan Moss sofa upholstered in Christopher Highland fabric with a giant abaca rug and combined custom-made teak daybeds with CB2 cement tables on a covered patio. She has a keen eye for vintage lamps, particularly Italian ones from the 1950s. 167 E. 80th St., New York, 212-6455940; murielbrandolini.com WEST CHIN ARCHITECTS
The most interesting environments have many points of view, says Annette Azan. 84 HAMPTONS-MAGAZINE.COM
West Chin and his team of architects and interior designers create modern, functional spaces that let the natural environment speak for itself. On a recent oceanfront project, Chin chose a bifold glass garage door to enclose a living room that sits right on a dune. His clean lines result in homes that are comfortable and livable, balancing übermodern design and soft materials. 25 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-3243103; wcarchitect.com
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JACOB SNAVELY (BEDROOM); MARCO RICCA (POOL HOUSE); PETER MURDOCK (KITCHEN). OPPOSITE PAGE: PHOTOGRAPHY BY GARRETT ROWLAND (FLORITAUK); JACOB SNAVELY (EAST HAMPTON); TRIA GIOVAN (SAGAPONACK)
MURIEL BRANDOLINI from top: A contemporary bedroom in East Hampton by Maureen McDermott; Dan Scotti created this kitchen with 15-foot ceilings for a home in East Hampton; this Sagaponack pool house designed by Brady Design opens into an airy pavilion.
clockwise from above: Allison Babcock designed this master bedroom for a single father in Sagaponack; the summery dining room in “Floritauk” by Ghislaine Viñas; the renovated dining room in East Hampton’s Bull Path by Maureen McDermott.
DESIGN HOUSE OF THE HAMPTONS
Maria Greenlaw and Suzanne Caldwell create eclectic, composed interiors. Their intuitive approach results in homes that seem to have evolved over time rather than looking designed. Their store has been a Southampton fixture since 1987, and their studio specializes in bespoke window and wall treatments,
GHISLAINE VIÑAS Ghislaine Viñas came to New York via the Netherlands and South Africa, and her minimalist designs, accented with bold touches of color applied with surgical precision, reflect her multicultural background. When Viñas approaches an environment, she always goes big, creating witty, uncluttered, easy-to-maintain interiors that make you smile; they also have a narrative based on her client’s history, hobbies, and lifestyle. On a recent Montauk renovation for New York gallerist Paige West, Viñas melded 1960s Florida patterns with laid-back Montauk attitude, christening the style “Floritauk.” “Ghislaine’s genius,” says West, “is taking big-picture feelings and desires and creating a reality beyond what I could have dreamed.” Viñas doesn’t design rooms around art, instead thinking of it after the rooms are finished. Says West, “My art is the sprinkles on Ghislaine’s designs.” 139 Fulton St., Ste. 814, New York, 212-219-7678; gvinteriors.com
slipcovers, upholstery, and home décor. 180 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-0111; designhouseofthehamptons.com ELEANOR DONNELLY
For Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects, Eleanor Donnelly works with modern spaces, reinforcing the connection between indoor living and the outdoors and creating interiors that develop organically from
the architecture. For a recent Amagansett house with a compact footprint, several living spaces enable residents to break away for quiet time, then return to larger rooms that bring everyone together. 48 Foster Ave., Bridgehampton, 631-537-0019; stelleco.com FRIEDMAN MOORE INTERIOR DESIGN
Alexii Friedman and Jane
Moore take pride in being an all-female boutique firm. They limit the number of projects they take on at once so clients can receive undivided attention. The pair’s Hamptons houses have a home-away-from-home feel while offering everything a client would want from a five-star vacation house. The modern interiors integrate seamlessly with the natural environment and the
Hamptons lifestyle. 917-8102665; friedmanmoore.com S.R. GAMBREL
Steven Gambrel designs his Hamptons homes with the spirit of the East End in mind. Romantic pastoral landscapes and water views inspire his palettes. His interiors reflect the rich history of the Hamptons but are furnished for living, not as museum displays.
Gambrel’s motto: Nothing is off-limits. 15 Watts St., 4th fl., New York, 212-925-3380; srgambrel.com MELISSA GREEN DESIGN
Melissa Green’s interiors are strongly influenced by the years she spent in Tuscany, and her strength lies in understanding the flow of spaces. She is currently designing a modern extension to an old Bridgehampton barn that blends perfectly with the original building. Green uses light, neutral palettes in different textures, adding black for contrast. Colorful touches come from books, flowers, and art. 917-554-7090; melissagreendesign.com VICTORIA HAGAN
Victoria Hagan’s synergy with the Hamptons enhances her relaxed, layered interiors. She aims to make homes fun and unpretentious so families can enjoy being together. For Hagan, the work is less about design per se or choosing furniture, but the different ways her clients want to feel at home. Her book, Victoria Hagan Dream Spaces, arrives in October. 5 Columbus Circle, New York, 212-8881178; victoriahagan.com ALEXA HAMPTON
Alexa Hampton inherited the design firm of her father, Mark, in 1998. Since then, she has brought his legacy into the 21st century with her keen eye for combining textiles and objets d’art. In Bridgehampton recently, she used a range of Delft and powder blues on white, to stunning effect. In photos, her Hamptons rooms seem to admit only the very well-behaved, but real life proves otherwise. 654 Madison Ave., New York, 212753-4110; alexahampton.com
LEFT: A peek into the dining room and kitchen of Atelier 216 in Amagansett, designed by Tommy Zung. BELOW: Created by architect Ronald Bentley and interior designer Victoria Borus of B Five Studio, this screened porch is the heart of a new home in Wainscott. RIGHT: Salvatore LaRosa of B Five Studio designed this modern guest house and pool in East Hampton.
HAMPTONS HOUSE DESIGN
Tom Samet and Nathan Wold call their work “updated traditional,” with comfort the main ingredient in achieving timeless style. They mix high and low, finding pieces at tag sales and galleries, and give their spaces a lived-in look. On a recent Amagansett project, they saw the process through from the start—locating the land for the house, designing the interiors, and finishing with the landscaping. 26 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 646-373-4473; hamptonshousedesign.com THAD HAYES
Thad Hayes produces spaces that are quiet, contemplative, and experiential. He likens his process to chess and considers how every object affects the flow of the house. Hayes says his team’s thoughtfulness is noticeable even in places that aren’t featured in magazines or books—such as closets, laundry rooms, and basements. 80 W. 40th St., New York, 212-571-1234; thadhayes.com JANGEORGE INTERIOR DESIGN
Jan Oostdijk and George Rutgers moved to Sag Harbor from the Netherlands five years ago, starting their studio as a summer-only business. But their contemporary European style caught on, so they began designing yearround. Their warm, timeless homes hold modern Italian
RIGHT: Paul Sterczek designed this plant lover’s paradise by the pool for a home on Fieldview Lane in East Hampton.
Great modern design redefines classic styles, says Suzanne Shaker.
Handler mostly stay faithful to their ocean palette of powder and grayish blues and sandy beiges. Steering clear of modern, their interiors are traditional Hamptons fare, filled with plush sofas in textured fabrics and light woods. The accents come from leather pouffes, mother-of-pearl chandeliers, or oriental ceramic garden stools used as side tables. 34 Head of Pond Road, Water Mill, 631-7267300; mableyhandler.com MARTIN ARCHITECTS
pieces plus contemporary and antique objects; many are on display in their showroom. 17 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 631-8994848; jangeorge.com
OPPOSITE PAGE: PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF PAUL STERCZEK (EAST HAMPTON); BY SCOTT FRANCES (WAINSCOTT); ADRIAN GAUT (AMAGANSETT). THIS PAGE: BY SCOTT FRANCES (EAST HAMPTON)
Pablo Jendretzki is a minimalist architect for whom light, proportion, and materials are guiding principles. His deep understanding of the East End spirit puts his interiors in a natural context, while his international
experience lends global perspective. For a recent Sag Harbor renovation, he opened a wall with floor-toceiling windows, making the surrounding forest part of indoor life. 860 West End Ave., New York, 917669-3004; jendretzki.com KELLIE FRANKLIN
Franklin Salasky partnered with Kellie Sirignano in January after leaving B Five Studio. Her youthful exuberance complements his
HAMPTON DESIGN Peggy Fruin’s great talent is designing custom kitchens with precise cabinetry built to the measurements of, say, the Blue Point oyster forks inside. Her clients are young—and young at heart— and prefer a clean, functional look. Fruin recently created a kitchen for fellow interior designer Stephanie Michaan. “We wanted the house to feel fresh and neutral but maintain the farm feel of Bridgehampton,” says Michaan. Fruin and her team went modern, with slab cabinet doors in white oak accented with unobtrusive hardware. “Even though our kitchen is on the smaller side,” says Michaan, “it’s definitely the main gathering area.” 7 Tradesmans Path, Ste. 11, Bridgehampton, 631-537-7200; hamptondesign.com
experience, and their work is always conceptually tight. For a fisherman’s cottage renovation, they unified the high ceilings of two contiguous rooms with Ingo Maurer’s Lacrime del Pescatore lighting—a netlike fixture whose name means “tears of the fisherman.” 304 Park Ave. South, 7th fl., New York, 646-491-6139; kelliefranklin.com KLC STUDIOS
Katie Leede is originally from Los Angeles, where the indoor-outdoor lifestyle guided her approach to design. Free-flowing spaces, plus textiles in indigo, green, or hay palettes, lend her interiors a romantic feeling. Leede uses furnishings made of natural materials, such as grass rugs and driftwood coffee tables, to provide a respite from city cement. 214 W. 29th St., Ste. 710, New York, 646707-3569; katieleede.com MABLEY HANDLER
Jennifer Mabley and Austin
Nick Martin designs modern homes and interiors that include historic pieces. He opened his studio in 1998, and his carpentry background shows in his custom furniture and floor-to-ceiling boiserie. For a recent project, he reworked an old Hamptons kit house, turning it into a Zen-like retreat powered by green technology. 2913 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 631-613-6555; martinarchitects.com WINTER MCDERMOTT DESIGN
Maureen McDermott takes a minimalist approach. Her white-on-white rooms rely on solid-color textured fabrics to create a sophisticated yet relaxed feeling. For a recent Sag Harbor project, she painted a whole room in tones of white, blurring the edges between ceiling, walls, and floors. Her accents include modern light fixtures in copper and brass, as well as contemporary photographs. 631-8065734; wintermcdermott.com
and Shelter Island homes, but she recently employed her skills to turn the Southampton law offices of Bennett & Read into an extension of her clients’ home. She used modern furniture, Oushak wool rugs, and Venetian wall finishes for a happy mix of modern and traditional. 2827 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-5372822; patriciamcgrath design.com GREG MCKENZIE DESIGN
Greg McKenzie designs eclectic but functional Hamptons homes. Not big on trends, he prefers longlasting mixes of Regency, Art Deco, and 1970s design, often using objects and furniture the client already owns. This year he was named design director of The Fields, a Southampton development of 28 homes, featuring nine different types that he can customize further. 516-819-1554; gregmckenziedesign.com STEPHANIE MICHAAN
Stephanie Michaan’s clean interiors convey her clients’ preferences but also tell a story about her own travels and inspirations. This June, she opened a retail store, The Interior, in Sag Harbor, that stocks modern, minimalist pieces. She thinks of her shop as a tiny escape from the big city— the same way she views the Hamptons. 11 Bridge St., Sag Harbor, 914-557-9326; theinteriorny.com LAURA MICHAELS
PATRICIA MCGRATH DESIGN
Patricia McGrath designs quintessential Hamptons
Laura Michaels and partner Ondine Karady are Manhattan- and Montaukbased designers with a style
best described as an amalgam of city and sea. For a recent Montauk project, they renovated a cottage for an environmentally conscious client, using reclaimed oak floors and adding radiant heat, which saves energy all year. They also employ nontoxic and VOC-free materials. 917710-1342; lmichaels.com ROXANE MOSLEH INTERIOR DESIGN
Roxane Mosleh started her studio with the Missoni family in 2003, exclusively representing the brand’s home textiles. Her style is Italian modern, and she favors Flexform furniture, which works well with the relaxed Hamptons lifestyle. She says many residents look to Shelter Island as a second-home option; for a renovation there, she is opening the waterfront side of a traditional house using modern glass apertures.
7 Tradesmans Path, Ste. 9, Bridgehampton, 631-3533700; roxanemosleh.com MR ARCHITECTURE + DECOR
MR Architecture + Decor’s David Mann has designed Georgian, Arts and Crafts, and modern homes but believes that quality trumps style. On fully integrated indoor and outdoor spaces, the team works closely with clients to understand what they want and to make it exceptional. Mann’s favorite thing about Hamptons clients is that they’re open and playful when it comes to their beach homes. 245 W. 29th St., 10th fl., New York, 212-989-9300; mrarch.com ALICIA MURPHY DESIGN
Alicia Murphy designs for a younger niche: Her clients are mostly couples, families with small children, and bachelors in their 30s and
early 40s. All three members of her Montauk-based team are Hamptonites, and she has spent summers on the East End since childhood. Murphy believes in making the design process easy for homeowners and relies on local knowledge to do so. 631-267-5661; aliciamurphydesign.com RELATED ARTS
Designer Soraida Bedoya’s background in sculpture informs her approach to lighting, textures, and furnishings. Her rooms feature midpoint lighting, which is easy to change to create different moods. Bedoya uses warm woods and linens to soften elements like stone, steel, and tall ceilings, and she sources from local craftspeople to achieve her clients’ vision. 917-5495006; relatedarts.com DANIEL ROMANOFF DESIGNS
Daniel Romanoff recently earned praise for designing the interiors of Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s 18thcentury Amagansett farmhouse. Romanoff kept much of the original wood detailing and chose durable fabrics for the common areas, where the children play, and wools and silks for Hilaria’s office. He combines collectible items and store-bought furniture to make his beach homes fuss-free and personal. 516-698-4329; danielromanoffdesigns.com TOM SCHEERER
Tom Scheerer’s East Hampton heritage is manifested in his American-chic interiors. Farmhouses and shingle cottages best suit his graceful style, reflecting a life well-lived on a smaller scale.
His thoughtful details engage the eye, while his living rooms rely on cozy traditional sofas around a fireplace or a large coffee table with simple flower arrangements in porcelain jugs. 215 Park Ave. South, Ste. 1701, New York, 212529-0744; tomscheerer.com DAVID SCOTT INTERIORS
David Scott’s curated contemporary style emphasizes comfort, with art playing an important role. He often starts collecting art with his clients during a project’s early stages to help him understand their vision. Scott’s design philosophy is invigorated by how his clients live and what their dreams are. 212-829-0703; davidscottinteriors.com DAN SCOTTI DESIGN
Dan Scotti’s contemporary interiors are built on clean lines and accentuated with luxurious textiles, midcentury furnishings, vintage industrial lighting, and found objects. He scours flea markets, vintage stores, and eBay to build an inventory of one-of-a-kind pieces. A recent find: industrial racks purchased from a salvage dealer who acquired them from an old New York school. 917-4394112; danscottidesign.com SEA GREEN DESIGNS
Owner Shannon Willey is influenced by the coastal environment, which she translates into colors and textures. Mindful of sustainability, she employs reclaimed wood pieces made by local artisans. For a recent East Hampton project, she created sandstone and stress textures on the walls using eco-friendly
materials. 40 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2593612; seagreendesignsllc.com SUZANNE SHAKER
After a successful career as a photo stylist, Suzanne Shaker switched to designing more permanent interiors. Her first project was her own Shelter Island home. Her guests soon turned into clients, claiming they felt renewed after spending time in her pareddown surroundings. Shaker doesn’t use objects that don’t have meaning. For her, great modern design redefines classic styles. 56 W. 22nd St., 5th fl., New York, 212-242-0074; suzanneshaker.com ELSA SOYARS INTERIORS
Elsa Soyars brings glamour and her Portuguese heritage to her playful designs. For a beach cottage, she used a palette anchored in indigo and French blue on textiles and grass-cloth wallpaper. Her fabric patterns help create themes for her rooms, such as an Indian block print for a romantic library or modern damask prints on dining room chairs. 631875-1694; elsasoyars.com
PHOTOGRAPHY BY TIM WILLIAMS (WEST VILLAGE); BOB FRAME (BRIDGEHAMPTON); ADRIAN GAUT (BRIDGEHAMPTON EXTERIOR)
CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: From Tommy Zung, large wraparound windows look out on a pool in Bridgehampton; a Bridgehampton kitchen by Greg McKenzie; the dining area of a home in NYC’s West Village by Stephanie Michaan. OPPOSITE PAGE: A powder room added to one of East Hampton’s oldest farmhouses by Tom Scheerer.
Paul Sterczek’s diverse clientele reflects the many styles he can work in. His unifying element is color, and wandering through one of his homes feels like watching a long shot in a film. Sterczek customizes homes from the framing stages and appreciates the number of great craftspeople in the Hamptons. paul@paul sterczek.com; paulsterczek.com ROBERT STILIN
For Robert Stilin, function and comfort are paramount. He recently renovated a
AMY WERFEL INTERIORS Amy Werfel has been designing Hamptons homes for 25 years. As a former art director in the home furnishings industry, she traveled internationally more than 200 days a year, and that worldliness shows in her interiors. For a recent project in East Hampton, she renovated one of its last remaining 18th-century farmhouses, restoring many of the original details, such as wide heart-pine floors and exposed beams. The most important requirement her client gave her was to “get the character of the house back.” “I did not want the typical Hamptons beach house,” he says. “I wanted to be true to the farmhouse aesthetic.” The kitchen and great room saw the biggest transformation, as Werfel opened up the views with larger windows on either side of the fireplace. According to the owner, “Each room has its own character, but they all somehow relate so well.” 23 Milton Ave., Sag Harbor, 631-725-4479; amywerfel-interiors.com
historic farmhouse near the ocean in Wainscott, exposing great hand-hewn beams throughout. He mixed hand-blocked textiles with modernist and antique furniture that blends easily with classic farmhouse elements. 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-3297141; robertstilin.com BETTY WASSERMAN ART & INTERIORS
Rather than use too many colors, Betty Wasserman employs texture to create interest and character. In recent projects, she sectioned
common spaces using chaise longues and small tables. A Hamptons resident for over 30 years, she is building her new home in Southampton, where her lounging style is at the center of family life. 212-352-8476; bettywasserman.com CHIQUI WOOLWORTH
Chiqui Woolworth is a grande dame of North Shore design, with a knack for combining patterns and exotic objects. Her interiors, which she designs with her daughter Nena, have great humor and a strong palette. The self-
taught designer is influenced by her childhood in a family of artists in pre-Communist Cuba. Her rooms are filled with references to faraway places. 516-652-7956; woolworthandwoolworth.com IRIS ZONLIGHT
At Blue Ocean Design, Iris Zonlight uses monochrome palettes for a solid foundation (more than two colors is a crowd, she says). She researches crafts and artwork to give a home heart and soul. She’s passionate about accessorizing, adding finds from Paris flea mar-
kets, but never wants her houses to look like showrooms. 1510 Sagg Road, Sag Harbor, 646-345-3486; blue-ocean-design.com STUDIO ZUNG
Tommy Zung brings 30 years in hospitality management, architecture, and surfing to beach home design. His studio recently finished three modern spec houses reinterpreting the classic East End cedar barn. All use smart tech to control lighting and heating. 110 E. 25th St., New York, 212-3438391; studiozung.com
THE SWEET ESCAPE Warm temps and ample sunshine have us dreaming of spending summer days—and nights— in the open air. Here are five of the most luxurious ways to do it.
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF GLOSTER
by OUSSAMA ZAHR
AN OASIS OF ONE’S OWN Create a stylish refuge hidden in plain sight. The inspiration: “I wanted to make a small hideaway,” says Henrik Pedersen of the Cradle daybed (left), which he designed for Gloster. “The mix of the rounded pill form and straight lines was optimal— somewhat square but much more pleasing to the eye. The shapes of the ends serve an important purpose, to function as an angled backrest for a more upright position.” Why we love it: The hamsterwheel shape is open on the sides but provides peekaboo coverage on the face, so it feels airy and secluded at the same time—an effect Pedersen calls “transparent space.” The slats play into the minimalist trend for clean lines, but they’re rounded to soften the look. The materials: “Aluminum is often a good choice for outdoors—fairly strong and corrosion-resistant, but the powder coat is much nicer and more pleasing to the touch, a more tactile surface,” says Pedersen. “Mixed with [the natural teak] wood, it gives you a design with the best of both materials.” Size up: “Even though outdoor is the new indoor, quite often you are dealing with areas on a much larger scale, so the design has to be able to adapt to a large scale as well.” Starts at $13,275. Thayer’s Hardware and Patio, 2434 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-0077; thayershardware.com
ONE KINGS LANE
OUT IN THE GARDEN Whimsical pillows are the perfect way to complement a dignified settee.
The inspiration: “We were very inspired by antique elements and vintage photographs,” says One Kings Lane buyer Brittney Pogue of the brand’s new collections, which include the Calista settee and Coco pillows (BOTH SHOWN ABOVE). “Of course, we love a touch of Palm Beach chic and Slim Aarons photos—which inspired the cyan-andpink color scheme.” Why we love it: The classically styled settee, with its graceful arm rests and sculpted feet, brings a noble air to
outdoor spaces. But the playful pillows— so much fringe!—keep it from becoming serious or high-minded. The materials: “We wanted our customers to feel delighted and surprised by the intricate design details and unexpected fabric combinations,” says Pogue. “Teak is a must-have for elegant exteriors due to its sophisticated, buttery gold color and reliable durability. Our marine-grade teak (Grade A) has a high content of naturally occurring rubber and oils, which serve as Mother Nature’s
weatherproofing, protecting against water, rot, and insects.” Design philosophy: “The goal of creating these collections was to bring the indoors outside, by emulating the looks that our customers incorporate into their interiors,” says Pogue. “We believe your outdoor living space should be just as exciting, unexpected, and comfortable as the one you create inside.” The Calista settee is $2,199, and the Coco pillows start at $59. 11 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-0590; onekingslane.com
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF ONE KINGS LANE. OPPOSITE PAGE: COURTESY OF RESTORATION HARDWARE
“We created these outdoor collections to evoke a relaxed and livable atmosphere with high style.”—BRITTNEY POGUE
ROMANCE ME! This daybed beckons with room for two and come-hither drapes.
The inspiration: “Mykonos is known for its flat-roof cubic architecture, which is simplistic and humble with clean style,” says designer Barlas Baylar. “It is truly inspiring with tranquil and magical views [and] a relaxed, informal culture. Inevitably, my inspiration [came] while spending time in such an environment.” Why we love it: Baylar is renowned for his live-edge dining tables, which sell for tens of thousands of dollars out of his Brooklyn studio, Hudson
Furniture. But rather than do an obvious iteration for the outdoors, he has embraced natural materials in a different way with the Aviara daybed (ABOVE). The weathered teak is still the star, but so are the reams and reams of billowing fabric. The materials: Baylar insisted on sourcing sustainably harvested teak—so you can clear your mind and your conscience. Applying geometry: “The clean lines are simple but charming and
warmly enveloping,” says Baylar, who wants people to “nestle into the modern design.” Inside versus outside: When designing for the outdoors, says Baylar, his focus was on “ensuring the harmonious coexistence of modern furniture and its natural surroundings—discreetly blending them [so] as not to distract from the beauty and tranquility of nature.” $6,795. 69 Main St., East Hampton, 631907-1300; rh.com
LEAN INTO IT
“I’m easily seduced by movement, dynamics, and fluidity.” —alberto vélez
The inspiration: “We sought to do something different from what was out there,” says Alberto Vélez, design director at Holly Hunt, of the new Moray chaise (left). “I’m easily seduced by movement, dynamics, and fluidity. Landscape, water, and shapes of sea creatures are outdoor elements, so we started to throw lines around those ideas. Initially, it all looked too angular and aggressive, [but] then we found the technical means to blend frames together that made it approachable, flowing, and makes your eyes travel. A moray eel can lie calm and still but always looks like it can move with vicious speed. The chaise represents this tension.” Why we love it: The curve of the back is inherently sensual—it reminds you of the human body even when no one’s using it. The materials: “We wanted to combine the woven fiber craft on metal frames but in a way where it was the metal structure that took center stage,” says Vélez. “The opposite looked very common in the market.” Rule Number 1: “Comfort first,” says the designer. “We go outdoors to breathe, relax, and enjoy a pause from our daily world much more so than indoors. After all, the quintessential piece of outdoor comfort is a hammock.” $3,960, sold to the trade only. Showroom at 150 E. 58th St., New York, 212-891-2500; hollyhunt.com
PHOTOGRAPHY BY PAUL WARCHOL. OPPOSITE PAGE: COURTESY OF SERENA & LILY
A body-conscious chaise offers up an alluring deviation from the norm.
GET OUT AND STAY OUT This sofa has the weathered look of your favorite seat in the house—or outside of it.
The inspiration: “The Pacifica sofa (above center) was inspired by a wicker chair from the ’40s that had really graceful and elegant lines,” says Kirsty Williams, senior vice president of design at Serena & Lily. Why we love it: Wicker skews really granny really quickly, but the boxy frame, firm cushions, and classy all-white look give us that comfy-cozy feeling without the must.
The materials: “When designing the sofa, we wanted it to be functional with all-weather fabric and a metal framework to endure the elements,” says Williams. “The color of the frame is meant to be evocative of shades of driftwood with warm grays and soft whites. The cushions are upholstered in a crisp white to create the perfect backdrop for our colorful textiles.” Inside versus outside: “We design
outdoor furniture with the same integrity as indoor, with the only distinction being the use of all-weather materials. All outdoor furniture should be able to perform equally well as indoors.” Love to lay: With the Pacifica sofa, says Williams, “it’s all about creating an experience that’s inviting and personal.” $2,598. 332 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 631-537-5544; serenaandlily.com
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Panoramic views from sunrise to sunset. “Party Peninsula” – Bay Shore, NY | SD #1 • MLS# 2863471 • $3,995,000 www.69lawrencelane.com
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Historic Mansion with over 500 feet of open bayfront. "The Lindenmere Estate" – Center Moriches, NY | SD #33 • MLS# 2931490 • $4,995,000
Christopher Foglia, 631.288.1050 ext.38, c.631.831.2515, email@example.com Victoria Reynolds, 631.288.1050 ext.19, c.631.834.3440, firstname.lastname@example.org Jacqueline Doskoez, 631.288.1050 ext,13, c.631.603.5584, email@example.com
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Handsome Georgian Manor on over 3 acres. "Beechfield" – Mill Neck, NY | SD #3 • MLS# 2935223 • $3,985,000
Bonnie Devendorf • 516.759.4800 ext.111, c.516.509.6229 • firstname.lastname@example.org Katie Cuddeback • 516.759.4800 ext.133, c.516.238.9919 • email@example.com Locust Valley Office • 1 Buckram Rd., Locust Valley, NY
425 feet of waterfront access. Luxury lives here. "Copper Beach" – Oyster Bay Cove, NY | SD #6 • MLS# 2931940 • $9,900,000
Frances Covello Associate Real Estate Broker East Norwich Office 6300 Northern Blvd., East Norwich, NY 516.922.9155 ext.145, c.516.359.7779 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Magnificent Old World Georgian Colonial Cold Spring Harbor, NY | SD #2 • MLS# 2948278 • $13,800,000
Marilyn Szczerbiak • Real Estate Salesperson Huntington Office • 187 Park Avenue, Huntington, NY 631.427.6600 ext.260, c.631.988.7305
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“The Magnolias” – Matinecock, NY | SD #3 • MLS# 2935723 • $9,500,000
"The Playhouse" – Lattingtown, NY | SD #3 • MLS# 2935383 • $3,000,000
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SPACE REAL ESTATE & DESIGN
EASY LIVING INTERIOR DESIGNER GIDEON MENDELSON MIXES SOPHISTICATION, COMFORT, AND A DASH OF FUN IN THIS FAMILY-FRIENDLY WATER MILL HOME.
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Interior designer Gideon Mendelson has much in common with the owners of a stunning home in Water Mill. They both have dwellings in New York City and the Hamptons, and both are the parents of three young children. “We’ve known each other through several pregnancies and have shared similar experiences,” explains the designer. “I am very aware of what it means to have a family.” So when the couple razed the old home on their Hamptons property, which overlooks a serene horse farm, Mendelson knew just how to create family-friendly interiors for the new house they built in its place. “I worked with them on their apartment in Manhattan, which is modern,” Mendelson says. “But in their Hamptons house, which was built with the familiar shingle-style vocabulary, they were looking for something more traditional yet still wanted the open spaces and amenities you need to live a modern life.” An early source
In the warm open kitchen, barstools at the island are covered with easily wipeable, kidfriendly orange leather with a zippy stripe accent fabric on the back.
SPACE BEACH RETREAT The serene, lavender-hued master bedroom is topped by V-groove paneling on the ceiling. A large terrace overlooks the grounds beyond the French doors.
of inspiration for the décor came from a remark made by the wife during the planning stages. “She told me, ‘I love Lilly Pulitzer,’” recalls Mendelson, who deployed a variation on a classic Pulitzer pink-andlime palette in the living room with lively patterned pillows and midcentury lamps to give some playful zing to the neutral furnishings, including a pair of
A woodgrain frieze draws the eye up to the tray ceiling over the breakfast nook, where a sleek table and streamlined chairs give the space a midcentury vibe.
traditionally influenced, Mendelson-designed sofas and charming bobbin chairs. The color scheme in other rooms throughout the home was sparked by a hand-painted de Gournay wallpaper that was used to coat the dining room. “It contained a broad mix of colors—blues, greens, pinks, corals—and really drove the design,” says Mendelson. Here, as in
PATTERNED PILLOWS AND MIDCENTURY LAMPS GIVE PLAYFUL ZING TO NEUTRAL FURNISHINGS. 108 HAMPTONS-MAGAZINE.COM
Hand-printed de Gournay wallpaper lends an elegant air to the dining room, where Klismos-style chairs and trimmed burlap curtains are paired with a dramatic mirror and gilt light fixture.
STUNNING RENOVATED CLASSIC | SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE $6,350,000 | Classic c. 1710 Home | Completely Renovated in 2016 | 0.81± Acres | 6,450± sf | 7 Bedrooms | 7.5 Baths | Heated Gunite Pool and Spa | Fully Finished Lower Level Poolhouse with Kitchen, Bedroom and Bath | Detached 2.5-Car Garage with Studio | WEB# 21562 Shaunagh M. Byrne | 631.204.2430 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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SPACE BEACH RETREAT CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Accessories in Lilly Pulitzerinspired colors pep up the living area, where two custom sofas with nailhead detailing anchor the seating area and a bobbin-style chair adds a vintage touch; whimsical pearlescent wallpaper and a vintage mirror bring fun notes to a powder room; traditional wood panels in the library are made beachier by staining them in a driftwood color, while a full bar area adds extra function.
other rooms, Mendelson brought extra energy to the space by creating tension with contrasting elements—setting off the fine silk wallpaper with rough burlap curtains, for example, or the hard Englishstyle dining table with soft upholstered Klismos chairs of his own design. “I love that juxtaposition,” he notes. Of course, durability and easy maintenance are other top priorities when kids are part of the mix. So, without compromising style, Mendelson upholstered barstools in the kitchen and desk chairs in the library with easily wipeable leather seats, and pepped up their backs with zippy patterned fabrics for pops of fun. With a nod to tradition, he used classic materials like wood paneling in the library and marble on the floor of the master bath, updating them with casual modernity by staining the wood a driftwood hue and laying the floor in a trendy chevron pattern. “These gestures casualized the spaces and made them beachier,” says Mendelson. But they also blend a sense of sophistication with relaxed comfort to create a home where kids, parents, and frequently visiting grandparents can happily coexist.
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SPACE INSIDE VIEW The living room at 84 Whites Lane in Southampton. The property is “a Sotheby’s International Realty coexclusive,” says Jonathan Smith (BELOW, CENTER). TOP RIGHT: An aerial view of Shinnecock Inlet. BOTTOM RIGHT: Tutto Il Giorno.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME CONSUMMATE HAMPTONS LOCAL/REAL ESTATE INSIDER JONATHAN SMITH GIVES US A TOUR AROUND HIS PERSONAL SOUTHAMPTON.
“There are few places on Earth like the Hamptons, and part of that uniqueness is the lifestyle,” says East End real estate broker and NYC native Jonathan Smith, of Sotheby’s International Realty (sothebysrealty.com). Now, the Southampton resident offers an insider’s look at the locales and the lifestyle he not only sells, but calls his own. “I’m not just helping my customers find a house, I’m helping them engage in the activities and amenities that make this such a wonderful place to
live,” he says. “Having the inside view of Southampton is an essential part of that process.” What’s so special about Southampton? “It offers something for everyone. We have some of the most amazing ocean beaches in the world but also access to Peconic Bay. We also offer luxury brand stores, wonderful culinary options, and great little boutiques.” Which are some of the best places to
grab coffee or lunch? “I love The Village Gourmet Cheese Shoppe (11 Main St., Southampton, 631-2836949; villagecheese shoppe.com). I stop by there practically every day for a quick iced tea and sandwich, or to pick up a little something for fondue with friends. Sant Ambroeus (30 N. Main St., Southampton, 631-2831233; santambroeus.com) is sublime for both coffee or a lunch salad.” Where would you meet someone for drinks or dinner?
“I like the bar at Tutto Il Giorno (56 NY-27A, Southampton, 631-3772611; tuttoilgiorno.com) for a quick drink with friends. For a low-key margarita and a delicious taco, Union Cantina (40 Bowden Sq., Southampton, 631-377-3500; union cantina.net) is a great choice. The food at Little Red (76-C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-3309; little redsouthampton.com) is consistently great, and it has a comfortable and relaxed vibe.” How do you relax
around town? “There is nothing like having a quiet moment at the beach at the end of the day. Coopers Beach offers views that are second to none. I also love wandering through the Rogers Mansion at the Southampton Historical Museum (17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, 631-283-2494; southamptonhistorical museum.org), and the Parrish Art Museum (279 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-2832118; parrishart.org) has a terrific collection.”
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC STRIFFLER (SMITH); BRIAN RENZETTI (INTERIOR); LUCA PIOLTELLI (TUTTO IL GIORNO); THINKSTOCK/GETTY IMAGES (AERIAL)
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SPACE REAL ESTATE ROUNDTABLE
WHAT’S NEW? OUR LOCAL EXPERTS OFFER SOME SOLUTIONS FOR BUILDING HOMES—AND COMMUNITIES— IN THE HAMPTONS. MODERATED BY MICHAEL BRAVERMAN
This week, our panel consists of architects Kevin Dworak and Bruce Nagel, artist and Watermill Center administrator Almond Zigmund, financial advisor Rocco Carriero, interior designer Austin Handler, landscape architect Chris LaGuardia, and real estate salesperson Sam Kelly. Read on for their analysis of the current state of new building out East. The picturesque Gray House in Bridgehampton was designed in a classic shingle style by architect Bruce Nagel, as seen in the front entry terraces and porch. The garden is by New York landscape architect Edmund Hollander. BELOW: Panelists discussed new home trends at the Watermill Center.
What do you think of local regulations limiting the size of houses? Austin Handler: The right spirit, but bad execution. It forces people to eliminate architecturally interesting things—porches and outdoor spaces—at the expense of having 17 guest bedrooms. As codes get more restrictive, houses
have to apply for variances to do simple renovations. In trying to prevent sprawling homes that are out of proportion for the property, it’s making it difficult for people to work with what they have. Bruce Nagel: Where we’ve been going with zoning, setbacks, and coverage is generally very intelligent. Southampton Village uses an energy requirement code called HERS, for Home Energy Rating System; it’s particularly smart. We should be more energy-conscious, and there’s no reason why towns can’t mandate that. AH: Often the restrictions placed by the codes help the architect make decisions; a set of rules [can] enable architects to create a great work.
631-283-8855; brucenagel.com SAM KELLY, licensed real estate sales associate, Bespoke Real Estate, 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-500-9030; bespokerealestateagents.com CHRIS LAGUARDIA, principal and project manager, LaGuardia Design Group, 860 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-7261403; laguardiadesigngroup.com KEVIN DWORAK, architect, Martin Architects and 4MA Builders, 2913 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 631-613-6555; martinarchitects.com ROCCO A. CARRIERO, private wealth advisor, Ameriprise Financial Services, 1673 County Road 39, Southampton, 631-283-8482; ameripriseadvisors.com AUSTIN HANDLER, owner, Mabley Handler Interior Design, 34 Head of Pond Road, Water Mill, 631-726-7300; mableyhandler.com ALMOND ZIGMUND, public programs coordinator and residency administrator, Watermill Center, 39 Water Mill Towd Road, Water Mill, 631-726-4628; watermillcenter.org
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DAVIS GAFFGA (PROPERTY); DOUG YOUNG (PANELISTS)
MEET THE PANELISTS (FROM FAR LEFT) BRUCE NAGEL, architect, 153 Chardonnay Dr., East Quogue,
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“THE AESTHETICS THAT GO WITH BUILDING GREEN ARE LESS OF A LIMITING FACTOR NOW.” —AUSTIN HANDLER Topics ranged from creating gathering places in the community to the growing demand for net-zero properties.
Almond Zigmund: As an artist, I’m always being given parameters—budget, material, space. It’s a great thing to be told you can’t do something, so you can figure out how you can do something. BN: There was a time when a lot of zoning tried to discourage the use of contemporary or flat-roof architecture. Chris LaGuardia: Nantucket has very strict codes. You cannot do a modern house. But it all looks the same, and it lacks the personality we have. Rocco, what’s your clientele building? Rocco Carriero: Sustainable-type properties—geothermal, solar. Fifteen years ago, just green-friendly people would do this. Now it’s also people who are financially savvy. They know it’ll cost them more, but they’re looking at the financial payback over five or seven years. AH: The aesthetics that go with building green are less of a limiting factor now, from simple things like automatic pool covers that retain heat to Tesla’s solar-panel roofs that look like regular ones. There’s not an aesthetic blight to doing it. RC: And they’re so proud of it! The first thing [owners] want to show you is everything that makes the house net-zero. CL: It covers some guilt [about] conspicuous consumption. Our landscapes have also changed dramatically. Almost every property we do now has meadows, fewer mowed lawns. Kevin Dworak: We have a net-zero house that’s separated into just three volumes. It’s a relatively small house, under 5,000 square feet. What are some interiors trends for new homes?
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANTHONY CRISAFULLI (OCEAN RETREAT RESIDENCE); DOUG YOUNG (PANELISTS); COURTESY OF BESPOKE REAL ESTATE (1863 SCUTTLE HOLE ROAD)
LEFT: LaGuardia Design’s shady poolside retreat overlooks lush dune side plantings on the Atlantic Ocean. BELOW: 1863 Scuttle Hole Road is part of Villadom’s new collection of modern farmhouses at Fair Hills in Bridgehampton, exclusively represented by Sam Kelly.
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Overlooking Peconic Bay, the Ciaccia residence makes a modern statement with limestone and glass curtain walls, designed by Bruce Nagel.
“THE HAMPTONS HAS ALWAYS BEEN AN ART DESTINATION.” —SAM KELLY
communities have, which is to go into derelict communities and build them up. BN: I hope we’re going to start selling $700,000 and $400,000 houses, and have a community based around smaller—I’m going to use the word real—homes. SK: Growing up out here, I’d say it’s become difficult to live here if you don’t have a business or family office you can work in. I’m a massive proponent of creating solutions for affordable housing. Some large tracts of land are great spaces to propose these. The development off Blank Lane was a great solution for a lot of people. How can this happen? CL: It’d be interesting if towns used a community preservation fund for year-round housing. SK: And villages need to invest the money to put new sewer systems in; then the density can increase. CL: Maybe next time invite the mayor or the town planning board to participate!
Martin Architects and 4MA Builders renovated the East End home and studio of the late architect Norman Jaffe, which still features the original plantings by LaGuardia Design.
Austin Handler, Chris LaGuardia, and Bruce Nagel.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG (PANELISTS); KUAN STUDIOS (CIACCIA HOUSE); DELL CULLUM (NORMAN JAFFE HOUSE)
AH: Organic materials—less high-gloss, lacquered furniture, and more with driftwoodtype finishes. Who are the people building new homes, and what are they doing for our community? Sam Kelly: The Hamptons has always been an art destination. The younger community is obviously keen on that stuff. KD: I think people want to live in gallery spaces, with beautiful objects. And places to put their art. BN: I’m a big advocate for urban development within the Hamptons, where we could have usable urban space. Our communities aren’t gathering places. There should be things like Watermill Center in the middle of communities, so people can meet neighbors. AZ: Bike lanes are a huge part of that conversation. They coexist with sidewalks and bring the possibility of organic communication. It’s difficult to exist in the model that most artist
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VIBE WITH A VIEW MALIBU MEETS MONTAUK AT THIS BATES MASIDESIGNED STUNNER. BY EMILY WEITZ
Anyone who’s ever been to Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett knows this property, nestled in the dunes across from the Amagansett Life-Saving Station. Bates Masi, one of the most thoughtful architecture firms in the Hamptons, designed the new
home with a nod to that structure and an understanding of the surrounding community. “Through an exploratory design process and many revisions,” says Paul Masi, “a language was developed between the historical structure and the modern beach house, rooted in the practice of hanging lifesaving equipment from the station’s post-andbeam structure.” Instead of lifesaving equipment, here Masi “hangs” aspects of the home itself. “The residence features an exposed steel frame that forms a framework onto which other
functions can be hung,” he explains. “The main stair is strung from beams above, and the rods used to support each tread serve as guardrail for the stair; a wood-burning stove sits on a suspended steel shelf; light fixtures are fastened to the flanges using beam clamps; a swinging chair hangs from the cantilevered living area above. Like the weathered cedar shingles on the station, each material—cedar, bronze, and weathering steel—was chosen for its durability in the coastal climate.” Some of the parking spots at Atlantic Avenue Beach are far-
ther from the beach than this house, and Masi capitalized on this proximity to the ocean in his design. “He looks at it very artistically,” says Douglas Elliman Real Estate’s Matthew Breitenbach, who represents the house. “He blends the landscape and history of the property with the home itself.” A major consideration in Masi’s design was the home’s environmental impact. “To minimize the impact of the footprint on the sensitive ecological environment,” he says, “the main living area is stacked above the bedrooms and frames the incredible views,
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Located across from the Amagansett Life-Saving Station, this Bates Masi home’s cantilevered upper level evokes the eyes of a lifeguard scanning the water.
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and, like the lookout towers of the station, an even higher roof deck provides elevated views of the ocean.” The result is a modern beach house that epitomizes Amagansett today: A low-key surfer vibe meets high luxury and meticulous attention to detail to create a sense of relaxed grandeur. “Amagansett has a Malibu-esque feel,” says Breitenbach, “and you could see this chic surfer house there or here.” In some respects, this property may be the last of its kind, due to changes in regulations that occurred after the home’s permits were granted in 2009. For example, today it’s very unlikely that a developer would be able to place a pool so close to the ocean. And the guest house, which Breitenbach calls a home in itself, is a renovated preexisting structure. “It’s a unicorn of a property,” he says. But no fantasy. 2488 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-537-6590; thematthew breitenbachteam.elliman.com
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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: The simple, minimalist rooms were inspired by the interior of the nearby lifesaving station; one of two ground-floor guest suites; a retractable glass wall opens onto the backyard pool; the main staircase is hung from the ceiling with metal rods.
Locals and vacationers alike flock to Amagansett Square for its mix of classics and chic newcomers. Local staple Cavaniola’s (8 Amagansett Sq., 631-2675608; cavaniolas.com) offers the best in imported and domestic cheeses. What began as a simple, gourmet fromagerie now includes a wine cellar and kitchen with free delivery throughout the Hamptons. New this season, Wölffer Kitchen (4 Amagansett Square Dr., 631-267-2764; amagansett.wolfferkitchen.com) offers an extensive wine list and fresh, rosé-inspired cuisine for daily brunch and dinner. Another newcomer, goop MRKT (145 Main St.; goop.com) calls a 100-year-old cottage home for only the next two months. The pop-up installation, a collaboration with Charles & Co. Design Studio, brings goop’s collection of summer-inspired home, fashion, beauty, and wellness goods to the Hamptons—for the first time ever.
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF BATES MASI ARCHITECTS
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FIT AND FABULOUS NEW YORK’S POSHEST PILATES STUDIO GETS A PERMANENT PLACE IN MONTAUK.
CLOCKWISE: Inside New York Pilates Montauk Reformer studio; owner and program director Heather Andersen; the outdoor deck and chill space, with a view of Fort Pond.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRION ISAACS
BY LAUREN EPSTEIN
The New York Times once called New York Pilates “the fitness studio favored by the fashion set.” With Heather Andersen—owner and program director—the face of the brand, it’s easy to see why. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone as chic, fit, and downright cool as Andersen, who channeled her ethereal style and exercise expertise to create one of the most buzzedabout fitness spots in downtown Manhattan. This summer Andersen expanded her reach, opening her first location outside of the city last month, in an equally hip and sought-after region: Montauk. “Last summer our Montauk outpost did so well, I knew we had to make it a permanent home,” says Andersen. “[Montauk] has the most beautiful beaches in Long Island, super-mellow hang spots, and incredible surfing. I feel like [it’s] the downtown of the Hamptons, so it only makes sense that New York Pilates is there.” The new East End studio embodies New York Pilates’s signature light and airy design, which serendipitously harmonizes with the Montauk backdrop. “The beach is a perfect place for our whitewashed, minimal, bright aesthetic,” says Andersen, who was so inspired by the area that she created a Montauk-specific class called Pilates for Surfers. “The class works on shoul-der strength and core strength to get you up, balanced, and ready to catch waves!” 649 Montauk Hwy., Montauk; newyorkpilates.com
SELF GOOD MORNING The perfect breakfast is served with a charming Sag Harbor view at Baron’s Cove. FAR LEFT AND CENTER: The elegant dining room at Sant Ambroeus.
“PEOPLE ARE WORKING OUT AND DON’T WANT EGGS AND BACON. THEY EXPECT SOMETHING HEALTHY.”—RICHARD HEBSON
BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS THE MOST IMPORTANT MEAL OF THE DAY TAKES A WINNING, HEALTHIER TURN IN THE HAMPTONS.
Along with traditional breakfast items, Tillie’s offers avocado tartines and lemon ricotta pancakes.
Whether it’s Montauk surfers finishing their morning session or SoulCycle junkies wrapping up their calorie-crushing rides, everyone’s headed to what’s become the most popular meal of the day: breakfast. But breakfast these days isn’t just about grain bowls and cold-pressed juices. In the chic dining room at Tillie’s, in Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa, guests are jumpstarting their day with avocado tartines and lemon ricotta pancakes. At Sant Ambroeus Southampton, regulars still line up for authentic Italian coffee and a small pastry. Richard Hebson, the chef at Coast Kitchen at the Montauk Yacht Club (32 Star Island Road, Montauk, 888-692-8668; montauk yachtclub.com), sees more people ordering egg-white omelets
and his parfait whipped with agave (instead of sugar) and vanilla beans topped with micro basil. “People are working out, and they don’t want to have eggs, bacon, and hash browns,” Hebson says. “They expect something healthy.” Breakfast diners overall are continuing to look for local ingredients. “People ask about where their eggs come from, if the greens are from around here, and where the dairy is sourced, because it all matters,” says Matty Boudreau of Baron’s Cove (31 W. Water St., Sag Harbor, 844-227-6672; baronscove.com). Boudreau’s menu includes egg whites on grilled country bread with local goat cheese and steamed spinach. “Everyone wants dishes that sound good but also make them feel good,” he says. “That’s what breakfast is all about.”
PHOTOGRAPHY BY NICOLE FRANZEN (SANT AMBROEUS COFFEE); COURTESY OF SANT AMBROEUS (INTERIOR); TREVOR TONDRO (BARON’S COVE); COURTESY OF LDV HOSPITALITY (TILLIE’S)
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THE GLOWMAKER FACIALIST TO THE STARS JOANNA CZECH MAKES A TRIUMPHANT RETURN EAST— AND SETS UP IN SAG HARBOR. BY CRYSTAL MARTIN
“I’M OFFERING BODY TREATMENTS WITH VITAMINS A, C, AND E, FOR WHEN SKIN IS DEHYDRATED FROM THE SUN.”—JOANNA
In diamond exfoliation, a diamond crystaltipped wand is used to gently remove dehydrated skin and reduce shallow wrinkles for a rejuvenating effect.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY SHAYNA FONTANA (TREATMENTS); KRISTI & SCOT REDMAN (PORTRAIT)
MyoLight therapy combines LED lights and microcurrent technologies to calm inflammation and stimulate muscles. TOP RIGHT: Joanna Czech. BELOW: A thorough skin analysis helps Czech and her team design custom treatments for each client.
As a child in Poland, Joanna Czech never gave her dolls hairdos or outfit changes—instead, she would treat and heal their imaginary injuries. After moving to the States, she spent two decades as one of New York City’s prestige facialists. (A cameo in the Sex and the City movie and a glittering client roster—Anna Wintour, Cate Blanchett, Uma Thurman—didn’t hurt, either.) What sets her apart? Supporting the skin and not “abusing it” with aggressive treatments, she says. “I definitely personalize every treatment.” In 2015, Czech moved her operation to Dallas, but she’s back East this summer, working out of a private residence in Sag Harbor. Here, Czech speaks to treating the East End. Her secret weapon: “My deep-tissue massage technique. I warm up the facial muscles and then massage one side of the face. I’ll show the client the other side so she can see the difference three to five minutes of massage can make. It’s like working out with a trainer.” A word of advice: “I don’t believe in separate products for the face and neck/décolleté. Do the [chest] and up when treating the face and jawline and down when applying product to your body—that way the neck gets double treatment.” For the Hamptons client: “I’m offering body treatments with vitamins A, C, and E, for when skin is dehydrated from the sun. We think vitamin A makes us sun sensitive, but with certain types this is actually not the case—it strengthens the skin. I will be changing a few minds these four weeks in Sag Harbor!” July 31–August 27, by appointment, 214-812-9488
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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# 2911021. $2,999,999. Nikki Sturges 631.427.6600 ext.211, c.631.375.8557
Once in a lifetime opportunity to own this prime 8.5-acre parcel in the coveted hamlet of Orient Village. Short walk to town, beaches and yacht club. A 2.5-acre building lot can accommodate residence, pool, tennis and more. The 6-acre reserve can be developed for gardens, vineyard or horses with separate barn or structure. The last of its kind that will truly inspire you. SD #1. MLS# 2861501. $1,395,000. Nancy Cervelli, 631.734.5439, c.631.680.2296 | Barry Novick, 631.734.5439, c.631.384.6524
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FIRST BLUSH SUGARFINA’S NEW SOUTHAMPTON POP-UP FEATURES ITS FIRST-EVER ROSÉ CANDY LOUNGE. BY CALLIE CHUTE
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Alcohol and candy? Yes, please! You can now combine two of your guilty pleasures thanks to Sugarfina’s new Hamptons pop-up, which features the brand’s first Rosé All Day candy lounge, with rose-petal-shaped gummies infused with Whispering Angel rosé. Sugarfina has been doing lots of expanding since its Beverly Hills launch in 2013, with more than 25 retail locations, and this isn’t the first time it has infused its candy with wine and spirits. Its lines of “cocktail gummies” and other candies include brunch and happy-hour flavors—like Casamigos tequila, Kentucky bourbon, peach Bellini, Dom Pérignon vintage Champagne, and pale ale—but now the lineup offers a poolside option, too. Sweet! 68 Main St., Southampton, 631-850-3038; sugarfina.com
A trip to Sugarfina is like a tour of Willy Wonka’s factory—but with a grown-up twist.
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., 631267-3695; 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
BRIDGEHAMPTON INN & RESTAURANT
The Bridgehampton Inn’s yearold restaurant by Loaves & Fishes continues the celebrated local food store’s tradition. 2266 Main St., 631537-3660; bridgehamptoninn.com
This laid-back bistro is a go-to for the area’s A-list, thanks to its local fare and 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, Bruce Springsteen, and Jimmy Fallon), and a commitment to cooking techniques perfected by the founding fathers of New York’s steakhouses. Though its venerable sister spot in NYC celebrates its 48th anniversary this year, Bobby Van’s got its start in Bridgehampton. 2393 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-0590; bobbyvans.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., 631-5375110; pierresbridgehampton.com
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
BRIDGEHAMPTON CANDY KITCHEN A classic luncheonette and soda fountain known for small-town charm, diner favorites, and a loyal celeb crowd. 2391 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-9885
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
‒ Secret Source ‒
WHO: President of the party planning company Marcy Blum Associates. ALL THINGS PARTY: “HomeGoods in Wainscott (368 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 631-537-1308; homegoods.com) always has new and interesting affordable pieces. I go in not knowing
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
what I’m looking for and walk out with a party theme.” FLIP IT
AND REVERSE IT: “My must-hit spots in the Hamptons are
Expert sushi, vegetarian specialties, and Asian-inspired burritos have made Yama-Q a local staple. 2393 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-0225; yamaq.com
BuddhaBerry (125 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-808-3888; buddha berry.com) and Physique 57 (264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-5722; physique57.com)—but in reverse order.” FOR THE HOSTESS WITH THE MOSTEST: “Marders (120 Snake Hollow
Road, Bridgehampton, 631-537-3700; marders.com) is the place to pick up the perfect dinner party gift. They have a really quirky and fabulous selection of things that you would only give to someone in the Hamptons.” For more information about Marcy Blum Associates, call 212-929-9814 or visit marcyblum.com.
BABETTE’S The menu here is devoted exclusively to vegetarian and vegan dishes, including dairy-free soups, sauces, and dressings. 66 Newtown Lane, 631-329-5377; babettesrestaurant.com
The SOURCE: SCENE BAY KITCHEN BAR
This waterfront restaurant is a favorite for fresh seafood and breathtaking views. 39 Gann Road, 631-329-3663; baykitchenbar.com
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
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
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 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
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
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, 631324-6300; 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
EAST HAMPTON GRILL
HARBOR BISTRO Providing breathtaking sunset views, Harbor Bistro has an extensive wine and cocktail menu and serves the freshest local seafood. 313 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road, 631-324-7300; harborbistro.net
PALM RESTAURANT A first-class steak menu and a formidable wine list attract an equally impressive clientele. Ralph Lauren and his family are among the regulars who often hold court here. 94 Main St., 631-324-0411; thepalm.com
THE LIVING ROOM AT THE MAIDSTONE
Locally sourced ingredients and Scandinavian flavors inform the refined New American menu at this deluxe country inn. 207 Main St., 631-324-5006; themaidstone.com
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
SERVICE STATION Seasoned restaurateur Michael Gluckman offers classic American comfort food at this new year-round spot. 100 Montauk Hwy., 631-2675603; servicestationrestaurant.com
THE 1770 HOUSE RESTAURANT This colonial inn’s upstairs dining room offers New American cuisine backed by one of the East End’s most extensive wine lists. Raise an extra glass this summer to the restaurant’s 15th anniversary. 143 Main St., 631-324-1770; 1770house.com
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 and games in the yard, and of course the white-tablecloth dining that EMP is famous for. 341 Pantigo Road; empsummerhouse.com
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The SOURCE: SCENE SPRINGS TAVERN 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
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WHO: Owner of the cosmopolitan restaurant Harbor East in
East Hampton. ONE WITH THE WAVES: “On my days off, I’m always surﬁng. We’ll take a boat out, head to Sunset Beach (35 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights, 631-749-2001; sunset beachli.com), and watch the sunset. I just love to be out in the water.” DOWN BY THE BAY: “My favorite restaurant to go to in the Hamptons, other than my own, is Bay Kitchen (39 Gann Road,
East Hampton, 631-329-3663; baykitchenbar.com). I love the
CUCINA FAMILY STYLE RISTORANTE
MORNING ROUTINE: “Every morning, I walk on the beach as
space; I love that it’s on the water. It reminds me of home.” soon as I get up. I go for a walk with my dog and have a swim. That’s
A family-run, kid-friendly restaurant that boasts hearty Sicilian dishes. 674 Montauk Hwy., 631-996-4550; cucinaeastquogue.com
my morning routine. Sometimes I’ll hit up Barry’s Bootcamp in Amagansett (199 Main St., Amagansett, 631-267-3015; barrys bootcamp.com).” 44 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton, 631-408-5771; harboreasthampton.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
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 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
swing by in the morning for an unbelievably spectacular breakfast. 259 E. Montauk Hwy., 631-728-4166; hamptonmaid.com
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 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,
Canoe Place Road, 631-594-3544; rumbahamptonbays.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
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, 631-6689739; soleeast.com
BUDDHABERRY Custom-blended frozen yogurts, vegan sorbets, and real Italian soft-serve gelato are just a few of the tasty offerings. 43 S. Euclid Ave., 631-668-8393; buddhaberry.com
THE CROW’S NEST INN AND RESTAURANT Seafood and seasoned meat dishes
fashioned from organic ingredients complement the restaurant’s rustic charm. 4 Old West Lake Dr., 631668-2077; crowsnestmtk.com
DAVE’S GRILL Sample some of the freshest seafood in the Hamptons, including a traditional cioppino, at this popular husbandand-wife-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
cocktails. 364 W. Lake Dr., 631-6686592; thehideawaymontauk.com
INLET SEAFOOD RESTAURANT Owned by six commercial fishermen from Montauk, this eatery is the epitome of dock-to-dish. 541 E. Lake Dr., 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, 631-6683100; montaukyachtclub.com
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, 631-6686868; navybeach.com
RUSCHMEYER’S Fresh seafood from the culinary team behind The Smile in New York City is served in a bohemian-style setting. 161 Second House Road, 631-6682877; chelseahotels.com
style fare and creative twists on classic cocktails. 99 Carl Fisher Plz., 631238-5727; 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-anniversary season. 183 Edgemere St., 631-483-5039; thesurflodge.com
SCARPETTA BEACH MUSE AT THE END Chef Matthew Guiffrida’s second Muse location brings favorites like his Bacon-N-Eggs breakfast salad to the heart of Montauk. 41 S. Euclid Ave., 631-238-5937; museattheend.com
Enjoy stunning seaside views and Italian classics at this beachfront hot spot at Gurney’s Montauk Hotel & Spa. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., 631-668-1771; gurneysmontauk.com
THE SALTBOX RESTAURANT & BAR
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This new seafood shack serves pub-
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
GOSMAN’S DOCK 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
HARVEST ON FORT POND The family-style Italian specials here are based on what’s ripe in the restaurant’s two gardens. 11 S. Emery St., 631-668-5574; harvestfortpond.com
The chic but casual dining room at Arbor in Montauk.
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
BARON’S COVE This hotel is home to an exquisite all-American restaurant, lounge, and bar. The first floor houses a living room with an outdoor area perfect for cocktails, while the upstairs dining room contains oceanic elements throughout. 31 W. Water St., 631-725-2101; baronscove.com
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THE BEACON THE HIDEAWAY An unassuming chowder house and bar known for its specialty tequila
Located right on the water, this classic bistro is noted for its seafood, particularly the mussels. INSIDER
The SOURCE: SCENE TIP: There are no reservations here,
so arrive early, give them your name, and enjoy a cocktail overlooking the marina. 8 W. Water St., 631-7257088; beaconsagharbor.com
service, while partner Sam McCleland oversees the kitchen. The seafood menu, featuring flash-fried calamari, lobster, and fresh catch from Montauk, always draws a crowd. 3253 Noyac Road, 631-725-3400; bellandanchor.com
THE BELL & ANCHOR At the Beacon’s sister restaurant, owner David Loewenberg leads the first-class
The Inn at Windmill Lane in Amagansett. BELOW: A cozy guest room and the inn’s welcoming living room.
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 Fresh pasta and authentic Italian cuisine make this a go-to spot for a meal with friends and family. 6 Bay St., 631-725-7009; dopolaspiaggia.com
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. Owner Philippe Delgrange is bringing many favorites, giving Hamptonites the chance to enjoy his beef carpaccio and Dover sole from a perch on the bay. 1 Long Wharf
LT BURGER Mouthwatering burgers and irresistible milk shakes anchor this casual eat-in or take-out hot spot in Sag Harbor. The child-friendly vibe makes it a family favorite. 62 Main St., 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
A rustic Main Street staple offering New American plates by chef Matthew Guiffrida. 16 Main St., 631-899-4810; museintheharbor.com
PAGE AT 63 MAIN The New American dishes feature hyperlocal vegetables, grown on the bistro’s in-house aquaponic produce wall. 63 Main St., 631-725-1810; page63main.com
SEN The head chef, known simply as Tora-san, crafts an incredibly diverse seafood menu. 23 Main St., 631-7251774; senrestaurant.com
WÖLFFER KITCHEN The East End’s first winery-owned restaurant combines seafood-focused dishes with sustainably produced wines. 29 Main St., 631-725-0101; wolfferkitchen.com
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The SOURCE: SCENE SAGAPONACK 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 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, 631-749-0053; 18bayrestaurant.com
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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, 631-7495659; shelterislandhouse.com
SUNSET BEACH Arriving via seaplane or boat is an option at André Balazs’s chic hotel. The Mediterranean bistro’s menu is filled with simply delicious items, like grilled octopus, shrimp on the plancha, and mussels. 35 Shore Road, 631-749-2001; sunsetbeachli.com
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THE RAM’S HEAD INN This romantic inn resembles Mount Vernon, with rolling green hills and farm-to-table fare. 108 S. Ram Island Dr., 631-7490811; theramsheadinn.com
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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, 631749-5535; saltshelterisland.com
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, 631-7490003; marieeiffelmarket.com
New American fine dining within an expansive beachfront resort. 81 Shore Road, 631-7490476; pridwin.com
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The super-seasonal menu consists of shareable plates, an extensive selection of vegetable side dishes, and “Simply Composed,” which allows diners to pick and choose mains and sides. 23 Grand Ave., Shelter Island Heights, 631-7490018; thechequit.com
Simple ingredients speak for themselves at this home-awayfrom-home eatery. 41 S. Ferry Road, 631-749-3210; vinestreetcafe.com
CLYDE’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
JOBS LANE GASTROPUB A perfect spot for elegant Italian cuisine right at the beach, this restaurant boasts an impressive wine and cocktail menu to complement any meal. 10
They’re Real… and They’re Spectacular! Windmill Lane, 631-287-8703; jobslanegastro.pub
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., 631-353-3222; 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, 631-5009055; 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
RED BAR BRASSERIE With its comfort-driven menu, this has become a family favorite. 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
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75 MAIN A pretty locale for an even prettier crowd that comes for modern Italian cuisine and excellent service. 75 Main St., 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., 631283-6443; silversrestaurant.com
SIP’N SODA This family-run eatery has served diner favorites, hearty breakfasts, and made-on-site ice cream for generations. 40 Hampton Road, 631-283-9752; sipnsoda.com
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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
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UNION CANTINA Ian Duke, the owner of Southampton Social Club, and chef Scott Kampf team up for a Mexican eatery. 40 Bowden Sq., 631-377-3500; unioncantina.net
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The SOURCE: SCENE WAINSCOTT BREADZILLA A wide selection of fresh takeout soups, sandwiches, and baked goods. 84 Wainscott NW Road, 631-5370955; breadzilla.com
THE SEAFOOD SHOP
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
BABY MOON RESTAURANT 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
The best cookies in the Hamptons— period. 354 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-8570; levainbakery.com
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., 631-500-9292; calissahamptons.com
A little slice of Sicily, Osteria Salina is known for authentic Aeolian cuisine and patio 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
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
draw at this consistent and casual locale. 240 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-3232; joesamericangrill.com
CASA BASSO Kitschy medieval décor (including a 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
Fresh seafood is served in a landmark historic home-turned-restaurant. 6 Parlato Dr., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-3500; starrboggsrestaurant.com
ACROSS THE HAMPTONS THE GOLDEN PEAR A local favorite, this café offers everything from scrambled eggs with cheddar to premium smoked Scottish salmon. Specialty coffee blends and fresh-baked goods are perfect for at-home brunch gatherings. 99 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8900; 2426 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-1100; 34 Newtown Lane,
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HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY What started in 1994 as a small espresso bar has grown into the foremost coffee micro-roastery on the East End, complete with breakfast and lunch menus. INSIDER TIP: This season, dinner service debuts! 272 Main Road, Aquebogue, 631-779-2862; 749 County Road 39A, Southampton, 631-353-3088; 869 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-726-2633; 194 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach, 631-288-4480; hamptoncoffeecompany.com
MARY’S MARVELOUS At this beloved family spot, sweet and savory baked goods like scones and quinoa cakes are crafted in-house. 207 Main St., Amagansett, 631-267-8796;
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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, 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.
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
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
An iconic destination (and the only year-round resort in the Hamptons), Gurney’s offers pristine luxury on one of the most beautiful beaches in the area. INSIDER TIP: Book a spa day ahead of your stay and take advantage of the incredible array of treatments and fitness classes this summer. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 631-
This landmark building is nestled on a street that National Geographic once called one of “the most beautiful Main Streets in America.” Its association with the Palm Restaurant means a superb menu is paired with excellent people-watching among the power dinners. 94 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0411; thepalm.com/ Huntting-Inn
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Above Zach Erdem’s Kozu, this boutique hotel makes the most of its space with clean design, simple interiors, and close proximity to the center of town. 136 Main St., Southampton, 631-334-1883; hotel-ze.com
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
INN AT WINDMILL LANE The goal of this cozy, modern inn is to provide its guests with peace and relaxation. 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, Amagansett, 631267-8500; innatwindmilllane.com
THE MAIDSTONE Taking a modern approach to timeless appeal, this hotel offers contemporary art and design throughout its traditional American residential building, with bold colors and moody room tones. 207 Main St., East Hampton, 631324-5006; 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, 631-653-0100; quogueclub.com
1770 HOUSE Exemplifying Hamptons elegance with a first-rate dining room, headed by chef Michael Rozzi, and exceptional accommodations, this beautiful hotel deserves all the accolades it’s received. 143 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-1770; 1770house.com
SOUTHAMPTON INN From weddings to corporate retreats, the Southampton Inn is the consummate venue for any occasion, with delicious dining options and a pool to cool off in on the hottest days. 91 Hill St., Southampton, 631-283-6500; southamptoninn.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; whitefences watermill.com
CULTURAL CENTERS THE ARTIST 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; theartiststudy.com
BAY STREET THEATER The place to be for live theater in Sag Harbor, Bay Street mounts productions big and small, from children’s shows like Goat on a Boat to Hamilton producer Andrew Lippa’s show The Man in the Ceiling. 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-9500; baystreet.org
BRIDGE GARDENS A beautiful, carefully sculpted oasis at the center of
Make Your Landscape Dreams Become A Reality. Bridgehampton for more than 20 years, the gardens span over five acres of Peconic Land Trust property. 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-283-3195; peconiclandtrust.org
BRIDGEHAMPTON MUSEUM Step back in time and experience the look and feel of the East End from the days of its earliest settlers, through the Civil War, and up to the present. 2368 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 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, 631-283-8855; brucenagel.com
CRUSH CURATORIAL This Amagansett collective is run by the artists themselves, allowing them complete freedom of expression, from idea to installation. 68 Schellinger Road, Amagansett; crush-curatorial.com
ERIC FIRESTONE GALLERY With an impressive roster of must-know artists of tomorrow, this gallery showcases their work in exhibitions that span the spectrum of mediums and genres. 4 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-2386; ericfirestonegallery.com
GUILD HALL The epicenter of arts and culture in the Hamptons, Guild Hall—now under the leadership of Andrea Grover—offers everything from Tchaikovsky to Richard Avedon to Jay Leno. 158 Main St., 631-324-0806; guildhall.org
ILLE ARTS Surrounded by fishermen and clam diggers, this homesteadgone-art house is the perfect place
to catch the latest waves in contemporary art and design. 171 Main St., Amagansett, 631-9059894; 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
POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CENTER The former home of Jackson Pollock and his wife (and a current outpost of Stony Brook University), this art center embraces the same avant-garde approach to art as its previous inhabitants did. 830 SpringsFireplace Road, East Hampton, 631-324-4929; stonybrook.edu/ comcms/pkhouse
SOUTHAMPTON ARTS CENTER
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A hotbed of art and culture, the Southampton Arts Center offers speakers, musical performances, dance classes, and much more as it heads into its fifth season. 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2830967; southamptonartscenter.org
THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY This contemporary art gallery showcases both emerging and established artists working in all mediums. 2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, 917-526-2767; thewhiteroom.gallery
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The SOURCE: SELF FITNESS 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
BROWNINGS FITNESS This studio is the home of the individualized approach to fitness designed by Mary Ann Browning, which employs cardio, strength training, and nutrition to reshape your body. 60 Windmill Lane, Southampton, 315-955-6989; browningsfitness.com
BYoga brings rock-star yoga teachers together to lead an array of dynamic vinyasa-style classes.
EAST END ROW
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
Clients of East End Row experience the feeling of paddling and gliding through water, courtesy of highquality erg machines that offer a low-impact but incredibly effective workout. East End Row opens its third location, in East Hampton, this season. 33 Hill St., Southampton; 460 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 631-353-3626; eastendrow.com
Fusing barre and dance techniques, the boutique studio Elements Fitness offers classes from Dance Cardio Sculpt to stand-up paddleboarding. Kelly Ripa and Christy Turlington are fans. 68 Newtown Lane, Ste. 6, East Hampton, 631-604-5445; elementsfitnessstudio.com
WHO: Nutritionist, Pilates Instructor, and Certiﬁed Health Coach.
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CHOCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: “Provisions in Sag (corner of Bay
& Division Sts., Sag Harbor, 631-725-3636; provisionsnaturalfood.com) is my favorite place to grab healthy treats! It’s where I do most of my grocery shopping. Their café is my go-to spot for green juice and has the best chicken salad around. My chocolate addiction is real, and they have a great
ERIKA BLOOM PILATES With only private and duet Pilates sessions, this studio provides unrivaled individualized attention, focusing on the specific needs of each client. There’s also an organic 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
organic, raw selection.” MORNING ROUTINE: “My day always starts with cold brew coffee at Sylvester & Co (103 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631725-5012; sylvesterandco.com). Then I’ll usually go for a run before it gets too hot out. I’m all about having my workouts outside whenever possible. I tend to pick up breakfast at Simply Sublime (85 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, 631-604-1566; simplysublimehamptons.com) to bring to the beach.” KRISTY APPROVED: “Babette’s (66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-5377; babettesrestaurant.com) will forever be my favorite restaurant out East. As a nutritionist, there is no other menu that I approve of more for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.” kristyrao.net
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
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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.
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The classes at this beachy yoga sanctuary promote a balanced lifestyle while cultivating emotional, spiritual, and physical harmony. 720 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-500-9200; 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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GOOD GROUND YOGA Founded by Forrest Yoga mentor teacher Leslie Pearlman, this studio offers classes based in that practice, designed to free the body of physical and emotional blocks. 107-5 Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays, 631-594-5050; goodgroundyoga.com
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631-537-5800 Reservations are required to guarantee a seat. All passengers must be at the bus stop at least 5 minutes before scheduled departure time. Departure and arrival times may vary due to unforeseen circumstances. Time schedule is subject to change and/or cancellation. Smoking is prohibited by law.
HAMPTONS GYM CORP Hamptons Gym Corp is determined to get you into the best shape of your life and keep you there all summer long, with three convenient East End
locations and a committed, professional staff. Various locations; hamptonsgymcorp.com
PADDLE DIVA 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, 631-329-2999; paddlediva.com
PHYSIQUE 57 When a barre technique guarantees results in as few as eight workouts, you know it’s worth trying—especially when Alessandra Ambrosio and Chrissy Teigen are regulars. Inspired by the original Lotte Berk method, Physique 57 has classes for beginners, experts, and everyone in between. 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-5722; physique57.com
SILICH CORE + STRENGTH This gym offers an energetic, motivating environment, a variety of small-group classes and
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SOULCYCLE The original cult-favorite spin studio helped transform the East End into a fitness and wellness oasis. And this year, SoulCycleâ€™s Bridgehampton barn celebrates its 10th anniversary. 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-5373630; 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
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Home to the Yoga Shanti method for teaching, which honors the traditions of yoga as well as the needs of modern bodies and minds, this studio boasts its eight classes as the most welcoming, uplifting and safest of their type. 32 Bridge St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-6424; 132-6 Main Street, Westhampton, 631905-5588; yogashanti.com
Andrea Fornarola is founder and owner of Elements Fitness.
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Trainer to the stars Tracy Anderson developed a resultsdriven method that has reshaped the bodies of celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez. Her mega-brand includes the revolutionary at-home program Metamorphosis, video streaming services, specialized plans for men, women, and teens, and week-long intensives. 30 Park Pl., East Hampton, 604-6529; 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-617-5621; tracyanderson.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
fulfill any vision of the dream home. 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.
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
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
ABSTRACT BUILDERS With three decades of residential construction experience in the Hamptons, Abstract Builders is a contractor you can depend on to create the home of your dreams. East Hampton, 631-527-5195; abstract.builders
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
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
SAGAPONACK BUILDERS With deep roots in real estate development and luxury design, this firm is acclaimed for its unparalleled, ultraluxurious residences. 2414 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631830-0090; sagaponackbuilders.com
TELEMARK Not only is Telemark a leading construction firm noted for its integrity and craftsmanship, but the company also offers property services and energy audits. 367 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-1600; telemarkinc.com
BRUCE D. NAGEL 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
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
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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
From modern box-frame masterpieces to porch-lined farmhouse-style abodes, James Merrell Architects is ready to
2913 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 631-613-6555; martinarchitects.com
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WHO: A locally based, renowned fine artist whose work is being auctioned off at this year’s Bridgehampton Benefit for Matter and The Starkey Hearing Foundation. AN OLD FAVORITE: “La Parmigiana (48 NY-27A, Southampton, 631-283-8030; laparmigianaitalian restaurant.com) opened when I moved here in 1974, and they’ve been the good family restaurant ever since. The bar area is also a great place to eat.” MOVIE NIGHT: “I visit the Southampton Cinema (43 Hill St., Southampton, 844-462-7342) in the dead of winter. I love an empty
closely with homeowners from Manhattan to Montauk. 10095 Main Road, Mattituck, 631-298-4223; reneesmattituck.com
SEA GREEN DESIGNS Sea Green’s boutique homefurnishings store will customize sizes, finishes, and fabrics for unique ecofriendly decorating. 40 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-259-3612; seagreendesignsllc.com
building, a bag of popcorn—and when you leave, a cold night just might have turned into four inches of snow.” NOT FOR ELOISE: “I love the
Plaza Café in Southampton (61 Hill St., Southampton, 631-283-9323; plazacafe.us). Owner and chef Doug Gulija is brilliant. It should have a slew of Michelin stars—he is that good.” For more information about the Bridgehampton Benefit on July 29 at the Campbell Stables, call 631-3533428 or visit bridgehamptonbenefit.com.
INTERIOR EXPERTS 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
CALIFORNIA CLOSETS This family-owned closet-design company has been a Hamptons mainstay for decades—and for good reason. The newly renovated showroom, located just off Main Street in Southampton, features the hottest new European trends in storage design for every room in your home. 619 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-737-2224; californiaclosets.com
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
JANGEORGE Jan and George Rutgers’s interior design firm brings a distinctly beachy 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 DAN SCOTTI DESIGN
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
A full-service, award-winning luxury interior design studio, Hampton Design specializes in magnificent residential kitchens and baths; it also offers furniture design and project management. 7 Tradesmans Path, #11, Bridgehampton, 631-537-7200; hamptondesign.com
ELSA SOYARS INTERIORS 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
GALBAN INTERIORS Margarita Benacerraf was raised in Spain before moving to New York. 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
MABLEY HANDLER 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
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
SERENA & LILY One look at the wide selection at Serena & Lily may convince you to make this your one-stop shop for home décor, whether you’re decorating the living room, the nursery, or the patio. 332 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 631-537-5544; serenaandlily.com
SYLVESTER & CO. RENEE’S 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
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
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The SOURCE: SPACE 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
URBAN ZEN 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
WEST | OUT EAST 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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POOL DESIGN 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
HAMPTON POOL COMPANY The hassle of cleaning your pool or spa will be a thing of the past thanks to the experts at Hampton Pool Company, who’ll ensure you can always come home to a relaxing dip in water that’s pristine. 12 Foster Ave., Bridgehampton, 631-537-7665; 537pool.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
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.
141 Maple Lane, 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
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
LANDSCAPE DETAILS Believing that “perfection is in the details,” Michael Derrig and his team deliver cohesive, innovative, beautifully executed landscapes. 103 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-329-3000; landscapedetails.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
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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The SOURCE: STYLE Talitha trellis print top ($382), sold at Aerin’s Southampton store.
BLUE & CREAM
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
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
SHOPPING AERIN 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
designer Elie Tahari expresses elegance and taste in each collection he creates. 1 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-8883; elietahari.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
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
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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
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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
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 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
FAHRENHEIT 451 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
CLUB MONACO 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 Cotton-twill blazer, exclusive to its Michael two local stores. 17 Kors ($198). Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631Macy’s, Roosevelt Field St., Mall,Southampton, 630 Old 324-5348; 35 Main Country Road, 631-283-0438; clubmonaco.com Garden City,
Hailing from Los Angeles and “raised on rock and roll,” this contemporary clothing line has chosen East Hampton for its second location. 75 Main St., East Hampton, 631-5277272; chaserbrand.com
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 GLENN BRADFORD 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, 631324-0009; glennbradford.com
COPIOUS ROW BANDIER 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
Jennifer Miller Jewelry pink disco ball earrings ($95).
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
ELIE TAHARI Emphasizing exceptional fit for feminine figures, high-end Israeli
GLORIA JEWEL 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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tailoring and flawless details throughout her collections. 54 Main St., East Hampton, 631-604-6544; milly.com
love The Hideaway (364 West Lake Dr., Montauk, 631-668-6592; thehideawaymontauk.com) for can’t-beat Mexican food. It’s tucked away on the water right next to a marina, so it’s literally its own little hideaway. It’s not fussy or scene-y and it’s really easygoing. We love to go there quite a bit. They have great margaritas too!” SIMPLY SUCCULENT: “A great store for little goodies and gifts, and also great for menswear, is Adam
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
Mar (54 South Erie Ave., Montauk, 631-483-5115; adammarclothing. com). It’s a really cool, kind of surf-inspired store with amazing coffee table books and little succulents. They also have great swimwear and loungewear. We really love it.” A CAFFEINE FIX: “Left Hand (57 Flamingo Ave., Montauk, 631-238-5434; lefthandcoffee.com) is deﬁnitely our go-to coffee shop. There’s a new location that just opened right by the bayside that we walk to every single morning that we’re out.” 533 West Lake Dr., Montauk, 631-668-7000; r09m.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
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 spices up the East End with edgy, rock ’n’ roll-style clothing
Since the 1920s, London Jewelers has provided impeccable jewelry created
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
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
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A casual cool men’s look from Tomas Maier’s Spring/ Summer 2017 Beach capsule collection.
Contemporary shapes and silhouettes are fashioned from topof-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; 98–100 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 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631604-6700; 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
Lane, Southampton, 631-204-1530; vilebrequin.com
WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND In 1993, college friends Gerard Maione and Seth Weiser opened a vintage fashion paradise. Since then, 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, 631-3240874; 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, 631-604-6291; zimmermannwear.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, 631-919-5172; stellaflamejewelry.com
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
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. 51 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5848; 91 Main St., Southampton, 631-377-3981; tenetshop.com
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 jet-set lifestyle of the French Riviera to the caption tk South Fork. 30 Main St., East Hampton, 631-644-5790; 42 Jobs
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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, 631-726-7200; 44 Glen Cove Road, 516-484-7400; sharisplace.com
West Coast meets East at this fashionforward 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 coverups 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
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THE END MY PERFECT DAY LEFT: Dr. Raj’s perfect day naturally includes her sons. RIGHT: Everything But Water. BELOW LEFT: Cavatelli with fresh heirloom tomatoes from Bhumi Farms. BELOW RIGHT: The South Fork Natural History Museum has programs for kids.
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are up and we finish breakfast—frozen root smoothies and granola with probiotic yogurt—we’ll head to the wonderful South Fork Natural History Museum (377 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 631-537-9735; sofo.org); they have amazing nature walks and marine biology projects for kids. Lunch at Pierre’s
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(2468 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-537-5110; pierresbridge hampton.com) is next. I love the poached salmon with braised endives, and we split a chocolate mousse for dessert. We’ll head to Georgica Beach (Lily Pond Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-4150; easthamptonvillage.org), where the boys build sand forts and play in the water. On the way home, we stop by Citarella (2 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 631-283-6600; citarella.com) to get pizza dough, cheese, and tomato sauce to make our own pizza for dinner, and we swing
by Bhumi Farms (131 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 646-4968364; bhumifarms.com) for some fresh fruit. After dinner we stroll around East Hampton Village, and while the boys eat their ice cream cones from Scoop Du Jour (35 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-3294883), I do a little shopping at some of my favorites, like Poupette St Barth (52 Main St., East Hampton, 631-5275471; poupettestbarth.com) and Everything But Water (66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-5693; everythingbutwater.com).”
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Published on Jul 18, 2017