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#INSTAHAMPTONS Fashion blogger and designer Jourdan Sloane’s all-black sporty style gets a light, bright update when she heads out East.

NO BOUNDARIES BEST KNOWN FOR HER FASHION BLOG THE LIMIT DOES NOT EXIST, JOURDAN SLOANE FINDS A RESPITE FROM CITY LIFE—AND THE RIGHT SETTING TO SWITCH UP HER STYLE—IN THE HAMPTONS. AS TOLD TO DANIELLE COHEN

“I went to fashion school— I’ve always loved fashion,” says Jourdan Sloane. “I originally started out in fine art, and I was really fed up with the idea of not being able to create a threedimensional, tangible object. So I went to fashion

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design school, I learned how to sew, and I got involved with posting my street style on social media on a regular basis. “My personal style is pretty sporty, but I love to add feminine touches. So if I wear a skirt, I’m going to

wear sneakers with it. In New York City, I wear all black almost every single day. But in the Hamptons, I wear full-white, really bright, happy, cheery clothes. “There’s that really beachy and classic

atmosphere in the Hamptons, it’s very preppy in a way, so you can mix in a lot of florals and it’s a chance to show off new bathing suits. You can go to the beach, the pool, house parties, restaurants overlooking the water, and

really dress up. “I try to go out East as much as possible because it’s such an escape from city life. In the Hamptons, everyone lets loose and has an amazing time. Everyone is just happy to be there.” tldne.com

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CONTENTS YOUNG INFLUENCERS 2017

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Marcus Samuelsson’s Addis taco shows off the chef’s flavorful repertoire at this year’s Chefs & Champagne benefit.

04 // #INSTAHAMPTONS 16 // LETTER FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 18 // LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER 20 // THE LIST 23 // INVITED

SCENE 33 // COOL CAMP

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A model wears a pair of iconic Orlebar Brown shorts from the brand’s High Summer collection.

Lyss Stern and Camp Divalysscious return to Super Saturday to benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.

34 // GOOD TOGETHER! Jessica Seinfeld, founder of GOOD+, and NET-A-PORTER’s Alison Loehnis tell us about their collaboration.

38 // FACE VALUE New York Academy of Art’s latest exhibition at the Southampton Arts Center paints a few unlikely portraits.

Robert Wilson, the globe-trotting theater director and founder of the Watermill Center, makes time for a trip down the rabbit hole with an exhibition in Venice.

42 // COOK FOR A CROWD This year’s Chefs & Champagne honoree, culinary giant Marcus Samuelsson, will bring his diverse flavors and irresistible charm to the James Beard Foundation event.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY KATIE BURTON (TACO)

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A fierce force in front of the camera, Sailor Brinkley Cook is equally talented behind it.

STYLE 45 // IN RECORD TIME Orlebar Brown celebrates its first 10 years with collaborations and an anniversary collection perfectly tailored for East End men.

46 // THE SHADE OF IT ALL Who says sunglasses have to be black? Pretty, colorful lenses protect your eyes and lighten your look for summer.

48 // STYLE QUEEN

FEATURES 50 // ELETTRA SHOCK! From her career as a top model to her new chapter as superblogger the Impatient Foodie, good taste abounds in Elettra Wiedemann’s life. Hamptons caught up with the Bellport-based mom-to-be, as her first cookbook rolls out and a gig with Oprah beckons.

54 // RETRO REVIVAL Pastel pieces nod to midcentury style, evoking nostalgic memories of Hamptons summers past. Now updated in modern silhouettes, these adornments are the new classics.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY ZEV STARR-TAMBOR; STYLING BY JENNY HARGROVE; HAIR AND MAKEUP BY SHAYNA GOLD

Social media star Danielle Bernstein shares her haute Hamptons finds.


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A Buddha statue sets a serene tone upon entering restaurateur Celeste Fierro’s home in Amagansett.

60 // ON THE RISE Ten young movers and shakers, born and bred on the East End, are making massive waves in food, photography, film, and more—and they’ve only just begun.

76 // IN THE RIGHT LANE

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Brand-new construction in an ideal corner of Amagansett makes this light-flooded mansion the place to see.

Beauty entrepreneur Shirin Von Wulffen spills on her delightful, uniquely French collection.

78 // THE GREAT OUTDOORS

SPACE 71 // PARTY CENTRAL Event organizer and restaurateur Celeste Fierro turned a sprawling house in Amagansett into a perfect entertaining space for her family and many friends.

74 // WILD, WILD WEST Patrick Galway, managing director of Town & Country Real Estate, has the scoop on what to do and where to linger on the East End’s western frontier.

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Aix-en-Provence inspired style maven Shirin Von Wulffen’s new, all-natural body, fragrance, and candle collection, Bastide.

Wondering how best to feather your nest? Don’t neglect the outside areas. Our panel of East End real estate, design, and landscaping wizards shares the latest trends.

THE SOURCE 87 // STYLE. SCENE. SPACE. SELF. Your essential guide to fab dining, shopping, and living in the Hamptons.

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83 // DOWN UNDER

112 // LIVING WELL

An après-sweat surprise is tucked away below SoulCycle’s Bridgehampton Barn.

Longtime Hamptonite Daryl Simon keeps healthy living top of mind whenever she’s out East.

on the cover: Elettra Wiedemann Photography by Randall Slavin Styling by Eric Niemand Hair by Yohey Nakatsuka at Defaco using Bumble and bumble Makeup by Satsuki Soma using Kevyn Aucoin Location: Elizabeth II, Bates Masi Architects, Amagansett, 631-7250229; batesmasi.com Silk floral Oksana dress, Tanya Taylor ($895). Fahrenheit 451, 105 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-5724; tanyataylor.com

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

With Andrew Saffir, Karolína Kurková, and Daniel Benedict at Kurková’s cover party at Baron’s Cove.

One of my favorite stories in Hamptons is our feature on young Hamptonites. This season we celebrate 10 kids who grew up here, and explore where they are today. From pro surfer Balaram Stack to Henry Margaritis, founder of Off the Grill, a portable pizza oven catering company, it’s an impressive lot. Rebecca Knox is an actress, but she’s also working to grow her family’s mezcal brand, Doña Sarita. Michael Dougherty is an actor and filmmaker with a major production in the works; Caitlin Imrie is a boutique owner with shops along the East End and in Maui and St. Barth’s; Chloe Gifkins is a budding photographer; Ryan Moore, another photographer, shoots in the water (at any temperature); and Tyler Davis is a Montauk native and the founder of Happy Bowls. There’s also artist and rapper Jake Patterson, aka Yung Jake, and model Sailor Brinkley Cook, daughter of Christie Brinkley. As I said, it’s a cool crew. Read about them in “On the Rise” on page 60. This weekend, OCRFA’s Super Saturday—the ultimate meeting of shopping and philanthropy—takes place at Nova’s Ark Project in Water

Mill. Also this weekend, Jessica Seinfeld’s GOOD+ Foundation collabs with NET-A-PORTER, and the James Beard Foundation’s Chefs & Champagne honors Marcus Samuelsson at Wölffer Estate Vineyard. Pro surfer and Montauk native Quincy Davis teams up with chic shoemaker Koio Collective on a limited-edition handmade sneaker, and they celebrate with a pop-up and party this Saturday at the Surf Lodge. “I am such a sneaker girl!” says Davis. “I wear them down to the beach or with a cute dress to go out at night.” I’m with Quincy. We are right at that point in the Hamptons season when no one can believe it is already the end of July and that Labor Day is soon upon us… but forget all of that and have fun. There is so much coming up this season, and with your weekly issue of Hamptons, you’ll know exactly where to be and when! Enjoy the weekend!

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY PATRICK MCMULLAN/PATRICK MCMULLAN VIA GETTY IMAGES (RELLIE); SYDNEY MASTRANDREA (YIFRACH); EUGENE GOLOGURSKY FOR WIREIMAGE (SAFFIR)

from left: With Euan Rellie, Devin Wenig, Ian Woods, and Gigi Stone Woods at eBay’s July 4th benefit for the Sag Harbor Cinema restoration project at Lulu Kitchen & Bar; with Stephanie von Watzdorf, Lisa Pomerantz, and Elad Yifrach at L’Objet, toasting summer at a Mexican fiesta I cohosted with Figue and L’Objet.


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As we enjoy our last weekend in July, we continue to be grateful for all that we have in the stunning East End of Long Island. Recently I was out on the bay at sunset. The natural light was extraordinary, and its beauty took my breath away. At the same time, someone appropriately shouted out, “That’s why we are all here!” In this issue of Hamptons, we focus on our next generation of stars—the people to watch, young influencers who have only just begun to make their mark on the worlds of fashion, music, surfing, and more. Flip to “On the Rise” (page 60) for intimate interviews with our top 10 up-andcoming East Enders: Sailor Brinkley Cook, Tyler Davis, Michael Dougherty, Chloe Gifkins, Caitlin Imrie, Rebecca Knox, Henry Margaritis, Ryan Moore, Jake Patterson, and Balaram Stack. Of course when it comes to amazing young Hamptonites, I can’t forget my own wonderful children, Brittany, Chelsea, and Julian Dankner, along with many of my fabulous colleagues and friends. An influencer herself, the beautiful and talented Elettra Wiedemann graces our cover this issue. The daughter of actress Isabella Rossellini and granddaughter of Oscar winner

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and screen icon Ingrid Bergman, Wiedemann talks about her passion for health, beauty, and food, and we see in her an actress, activist, and author making a difference in her own life and the lives of so many. Speaking of making a difference, this weekend, the philanthropic action takes place in Water Mill and Bridgehampton. On Saturday, July 29, we celebrate Super Saturday, the greatest shopping day of the year at Nova’s Ark in Water Mill, benefiting the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. Later in the day, you’ll find us at the Watermill summer benefit, Fly Into the Sun, honoring Laurie Anderson and Isabelle Huppert. Wölffer Estate Vineyard will also be hosting Chefs & Champagne, this year honoring chef Marcus Samuelsson. So enjoy the natural beauty, go out on the water, watch a sunset, and spend some time supporting our great causes! I’ll see you on the sea or in town!

DEBRA HALPERT Follow me on Twitter at @debrahalpert and on hamptons-magazine.com.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL GONZALEZ (SANDER); ERIC STIFLER (DANKNER); LENNY STUCKER (SALADINO)

clockwise from left: With Corcoran’s Mala Sander at the Southampton Arts Center (here in front of artwork by Paton Miller) shooting our trends in outdoor living real estate roundtable featured in this issue; with Richard and Renée Steinberg and artist Pablo Dona at the VIP preview of Market Art + Design; with my children, Brittany, Chelsea, and Julian Dankner, and my husband, David, at our wedding last September; with my husband and Jim and Elaine Saladino at the Heart of the Hamptons in Southampton.


THE LIST April Gornik

Marcus Samuelsson

Ryan Moore

Neil Sedaka

Bill Telepan

Tyler Davis

Jay Luchs

Tinka D. Topping

Henry Margaritis

Scott Chaskey

Jay McInerney

Jake Patterson

Peter Marcelle

Audrey Gruss

Sailor Brinkley

Robert T. Bloom

Georgina Bloomberg

Liz Regan

Billy Caldwell

Terrence McNally

Ray Ramos

Donna Karan

Tom Kirdahy

Patrick Barlow

Kelly Ripa

Marigay McKee

Craig J. George

Gabby Karan de Felice

Bill Ford

John Bradley

Petter Skavlan

Itzhak Perlman

Jen Eager

Lyss Stern

Patrick Romano

Liz Liszanckie

Nancy Atlas

Toni Haber

Karen Hochstedler

Susan Vecsey

Balaram Stack

Richard Kind

Alan Alda

Rebecca Kiembock

Tovah Feldshuh

Robert C. Kohnken

Michael Dougherty

Taryn Simon

Maureen Haven

Caitlin Imrie

Tom Clavin

Sarah Conway

Chloe Gifkins

Mandy Gonzalez

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SUMMER SENSATIONS

Richard and Renée Steinberg with artist Pablo Dona at Market Art + Design.

Hamptons party season is in full swing, packing our weekends with must-attend events. Market Art + Design—the premier art fair of the summer—was a massive success, bringing some of the best artists in the country to the East End. The Avigdor/Peyton Team from Douglas Elliman hosted an event to promote a spectacular Water Mill home, with members from Market Art + Design in attendance. L’Objet also hosted a party, drawing a chic crowd of people searching for the perfect piece of home décor.

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INVITED Samantha Landman, Trish Spina, and Doug Cowie

Janet O’Brian

Kristy and Mihir Patel

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Max Fishko and Scott Diament

Sean Barry and Alexandra Reksten

Ben Djaha

Susanne Broekhuyse and Heather McArdle

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A buzzing crowd of collectors, curators, and art lovers streamed into Market Art + Design 2017, where they engaged with the fair’s 65 exhibiting galleries and made important acquisitions. From the opening-night preview— presented by 1stdibs and produced in support of the Parrish Art Museum—through the final evening, the fair was packed with East End influencers, many of whom enjoyed the Market Art + Design Garden Café, featuring refreshments from sponsors Godiva, Aperol Spritz, and Jadot. The event presented the Hamptons with a unique opportunity: a chance to interact with top gallerists, incredible art, and cutting-edge, object-oriented design, right in the center of Bridgehampton. C. Mead

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INVITED Stuart Edelman and Coppy Holzman

Aleksandrina Penkova with Ivan and William Strizever

Kevin Connolly, Pearl Gillespie, Elliot Clarke, Ponneh Mohazzabi, and Raphael Avidgor

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Federico Azevedo and Alex Cohen

Mitchell Nakhmanovich, Ori Carino, and Daniel Allen Cohen

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Sandra Mashihi and Kamelia Yadegari

In a unique cross-branding effort by the Avigdor/Peyton Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, brokers Raphael Avigdor and James Peyton found a creative way to spread the word about their modern new construction, built by George Kamper at 695 Little Noyac Path in Water Mill. Inviting the Market Art + Design organizers, in conjunction with a marketing campaign led by Hamptons, the brokers brought the prestigious Manhattan gallery Castle Fitzjohns of 98 Orchard Street, with its impressive artwork, to the Water Mill home for a gala opening and a one-month pop-up installation. The event was catered, and live music by the Richie Siegler Trio attracted nearly 200 faces to the new construction, with breathtaking views of the Great Peconic Bay and North Fork. The opening featured works from artists including Ori Carino, Sam Tufnell, WhisBe, Bradley Hart, JPO, Paton Miller, Max Wiedemann, Marcus Jansen, Frank Morrison, David Datuna, James Weber, and Kevin Connolly Gillespie.


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INVITED

Christina and Fayre Smith, Stephanie Von Waltzdorf, and Carlin Smith

TASTE OF TULUM AT L’OBJET À LA PLAGE Hamptons hosted designer Elad Yifrach at his boutique L’Objet à la Plage in Southampton for a Mexican-inspired fiesta. Alongside L’Objet’s new Tulum collection, which includes spiky bowls and tribal trays reminiscent of the Mayan Riviera, the luxe boutique also houses unique pieces from bohemian womenswear brand Figue. Guests enjoyed margaritas and Mexican bites in between shopping and dancing to the mariachi band.

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A selection of Mexican bites.

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“My wife Sharyn inspired our award-winning ‘Buddha Collection.’ They serve as daily ‘peaceful reminders’.”

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LYSS STERN AND CAMP DIVALYSSCIOUS RETURN TO SUPER SATURDAY TO BENEFIT THE OVARIAN CANCER RESEARCH FUND. BY R. COURI HAY

Author Lyss Stern helps moms through both her new book and her Camp Divalysscious at Super Saturday.

This summer marks the tenth year that author Lyss Stern and her company, Divalysscious Moms, will run Camp Divalysscious at Super Saturday, the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance shopping benefit, slated for July 29 in Water Mill. The Divalysscious children’s activities have grown exponentially over the years: After starting out in a little tent, the camp now encompasses the entire kids’ section, keeping youngsters occupied while their parents shop the designer goods. “We entertain the kids—and the parents—all day long with ongoing activities,” says Stern, adding that Camp Divalysscious is suitable for ages two to 12. Tween girls in particular like to get their hair braided, get glitter tattoos, and decorate picture frames. “Moms come in and do some activities with kids as well,” Stern says. This year Stern will sign copies of her new book, Motherhood Is a B#tch: 10 Steps to Regaining Your Sanity, Sexiness, and Inner Diva, with proceeds going to OCRFA. Stern will also do a reading and signing at the UJA-Federation Trunk Show in Bridgehampton on August 3. Even harried moms can carve out time to help others, Stern says. “If I can make the time, you can make the time,” explains the mother of three. “If you can’t go to a meeting, perhaps there’s something you can do on social media, or get the kids involved, so you can do it together.” Super Saturday will be held on July 29 at Nova’s Ark Project, 30-60 Millstone Road, Water Mill, 631-537-0061; ocrfa.org/events/super-saturday.

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GOOD TOGETHER! JESSICA SEINFELD, FOUNDER OF GOOD+, AND NET-A-PORTER’S ALISON LOEHNIS TELL US ABOUT THEIR COLLABORATION AND THE MOST COVETED TICKET OF THE WEEKEND. Talk about two powerhouse women coming together! Alison Loehnis, president of the high-end shopping site NET-A-PORTER, and East Hamptonite Jessica Seinfeld— author of best-selling cookbooks, including her latest, Food Swings— are having a big summer. Seinfeld’s nonprofit organization, the GOOD+ Foundation (goodplusfoundation.org), is hosting a fabulous dinner this Saturday, sponsored by NET-APORTER (net-a-porter.com). And to celebrate its fifth season of same-day summer delivery in the Hamptons, NET-A-PORTER has partnered with GOOD+ on a donation drive. From July 28 to August 13, NETA-PORTER Premier Service customers can donate new or gently used children’s clothing and books in the simplest possible way: When their order arrives at the door, the truck that brought it will also pick up donations and deliver them to the foundation’s New York warehouse, to be sent to a family in need enrolled in a GOOD+ program. Brilliant! Jessica, what’s the GOOD+ approach? Jessica Seinfeld: We focus on three areas: supporting new mothers, engaging fathers, and investing in early-childhood education and development. The programs provide services such as counseling, job training, and parenting support

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Jessica Seinfeld (left), founder and president of the GOOD+ Foundation, and Alison Loehnis, president of NET-A-PORTER and Mr Porter, at the recent Fatherhood Lunch with Jerry Seinfeld at Le Coucou in NYC, hosted by GOOD+ and Mr Porter.

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Alison Loehnis, whose NET-A-PORTER is practically an addiction for Hamptonites.

EVERYTHING LOEHNIS LOVES ABOUT THE HAMPTONS

Georgica Beach Wainscott Beach Vine Street The Crow’s Nest Tutto il Giorno Candy Kitchen The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum Roberta Freymann for kids’ pajamas Gubbins for beach and sports goods White’s Apothecary

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and use our donations as incentives for parents to achieve goals—like receiving a high school equivalency degree or holding a new job for six months. Together we provide for the immediate health and safety needs of children, while parents get support to help lift the family out of poverty long-term. You have nearly 45,000 volunteers and have donated more than $35 million in essential children’s products. How have you done so much? JS: I have a brilliant team, and we’ve worked tirelessly for 16 years. We have the most dedicated volunteers, generous corporate support, and loyal families. Our explosive

growth here represents what New York is all about—people taking care of each other. How did the NET-APORTER collab arise? JS: When I was an insomniac and pregnant with our first child, 16 years ago, I found NET-A-PORTER late one night and have been a loyal fan ever since. I like to think our companies grew up together. Last year, I called Alison—we have mutual friends—and she instantly loved the idea of the partnership. Alison, everyone I know is NET-A-PORTER addicted—myself included! Tell me more about the partnership. Alison Loehnis: I love the idea of NET-APORTER addiction—it’s surely a positive one, no? Our delivery vans are already all over the Hamptons during the summer. We want to guarantee that our customer can count on us for lastminute summer fashion needs in the same way she has come to expect in the city, and we also want to enable her to support the wonderful work of Jessica and her team. Which designers are you most excited about? AL: Out East, I like to keep my wardrobe relaxed— easy pieces, no heels ever. You cannot go wrong with Lisa Marie Fernandez dresses; they take you from beach to dinner. For sandals, my go-tos are Ancient Greek Sandals or Alaïa. Ulla Johnson and Isabel Marant are also great. I’m never without my stash of Eres swimsuits or my

Loehnis speaking at the Fatherhood Lunch.

Bottega Veneta clutch. Which designers sell well in the Hamptons? AL: Chloé, Rosetta Getty footwear, Muuñ handbags, Borgo de Nor, and gorgeous swimwear brands like Fella and Rochelle Sara. Can you share any other NET-A-PORTER initiatives? AL: We have a very exciting fall season kicking off over the next few weeks, including a few amazing exclusive launches in store for September. Watch this space!

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Seinfeld at the GOOD+ Foundation’s NY Bash at Victorian Gardens in Central Park in May.

SEINFELD’S MUST-STOP SHOPS

Highway Restaurant & Bar East Hampton Grill The Palm Coffee at Jack’s in Amagansett Grindstone for doughnuts Bagels at Goldberg’s Italian sandwiches and pasta at Luigi’s Marie Eiffel Market

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FACE VALUE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF ART’S LATEST EXHIBITION AT THE SOUTHAMPTON ARTS CENTER PAINTS A FEW UNLIKELY PORTRAITS.

“I like characters who are not smiling—they’re sort of blank,” Cindy Sherman once said. “It makes the viewer come up with the narrative.” The artist’s enigmatic expression is one of some 70 stories waiting to be told in the New York Academy of Art’s “About Face: Contemporary Portraiture,” on view through September 17 at the Southampton Arts Center. Spanning painting, photography, and sculpture, the exhibition is a reminder of the enduring power of portraits in an age of infinite, transient selfies. “The human figure, particularly the face, is the visual key to our emotions,” says Scott Avett, lead singer of folk-rock band the Avett Brothers, who curated the show with Academy President David Kratz (both Avett and Kratz are also painters, with works in the show). “We are all immediately drawn to familiar expressions and positions that we recognize and relate to, either through association, curiosity, or longing.” The work of Academy artists is featured alongside that of celebrated East Enders such as Sherman, Eric Fischl, and Ralph Gibson. “The talent is legendary,” adds Avett. Expressive canvases by the likes of Dana Schutz, Nicole Eisenman, and Mickalene Thomas draw visitors into the heart of the survey. Laurie Simmons is represented by two large-scale photographs from her recent “How We See” series, in which prismatically lit models appear to glare through closed eyelids painted to look like open eyes. The doll-like effect, at once mesmerizing and unsettling, is echoed in Peter Drake’s Doughboy, a painting that transforms a toy soldier into a grizzled war veteran. “Every face tells a story if you take the time to read it,” says Kratz. “This is a way to present some of those stories—the ones that are particularly relevant today. We get a pretty complete picture of how contemporary artists are looking at the world around them and, I dare say, themselves.” July 28–September 17, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-0967; southamptonartscenter.org

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Scott Avett, Lacinda (2001); Edgar Jerins, Sarah 16 (2016); Esteban Ocampo-Giraldo, Selfie After Valentine’s Day (2017); David Kratz, Self-Portrait (David With Head on Pillow) (2008); Phillip Thomas, Selves Portrait (2015); Scott Avett, Fatherhood (2013).

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PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF ART

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WILSON IN WONDERLAND ROBERT WILSON, THE GLOBE-TROTTING THEATER DIRECTOR AND FOUNDER OF THE WATERMILL CENTER, MAKES TIME FOR A TRIP DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE WITH AN INSTALLATION IN VENICE. BY OUSSAMA ZAHR

You’ve just closed an installation in Venice that showcases all the artists who have designed espresso cups for the Italian coffee company Illy over the past 25 years. It’s quite a list. What I found fascinating was how different each artist was from the others. Hence the title: the dish ran away with

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the spoon everything you can think of is true. This is what the caterpillar said to Alice in Alice in Wonderland. The existing architecture [of the Magazzini del Sale in Venice] suggested to divide the room into eight spaces. It was like falling through a rabbit hole and entering different roles. The Watermill

Center’s summer benefit is always a must-have ticket, and the theme of this year’s gala on July 29 is “Fly into the Sun.” We are paying homage to my dear friend the late Lou Reed. This is one of his titles. I like it because it is full of so many associative ideas. We will also feature a major sculptural

installation, which should be a surprise for all. What are some of your favorite things to do in the Hamptons? Having a vodka tonic in my friend Barbara Slifka’s beautiful garden in Sagaponack; visiting my friends Louise MacBain and Mathew Kabatoff, who have a beautiful Stanford

White house from the 1890s on the beach in Southampton; placing flowers on the grave of George Balanchine in Sag Harbor. Where can we find you on a typical Saturday? The Watermill Center. How do you keep so many balls in the air? I don’t waste time. watermillcenter.org

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY YIORGOS KAPLANIDI (WILSON); COURTESY OF ILLYCAFFÉ (EXHIBIT); © LOVIS OSTERNIK, 2013, COURTESY OF THE WATERMILL CENTER (DEVIL’S HEAVEN)

far left: Coinciding with the Venice Biennale, Robert Wilson’s installation for the 25th anniversary of the Illy Art Collection featured espresso cups designed by Marina Abramovic´, Jeff Koons, Pedro Almodóvar, and many others. above: An installation view of Devil’s Heaven, the Watermill Center’s 20th annual summer benefit. left: Robert Wilson.


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SCENE FOOD FOR THOUGHT Marcus Samuelsson (INSET) will be preparing dishes that combine his Mexican, Ethiopian, and Southern influences, like his tasty Addis taco.

COOK FOR A CROWD THIS YEAR’S CHEFS & CHAMPAGNE HONOREE, CULINARY GIANT MARCUS SAMUELSSON, BRINGS HIS DIVERSE FLAVORS AND IRRESISTIBLE CHARM TO THE JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION EVENT.

How does it feel to be saluted at this year’s Chefs & Champagne? I am so honored to be recognized by the James Beard Foundation in this way. When I think about the list of previous recipients, I see so many incredible forces in the industry. I think about [Daniel] Boulud, Julia [Child], Jacques [Pépin]. It’s so humbling to join the list of prestigious names— and all for a great cause, to support culinary education. With so many great chefs

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involved, whose food are you most excited to taste? All of them! Alex Guarnaschelli is always a favorite, the North Fork Table & Inn is great, Virginia’s is exciting, and I have to get my hands on some Pig Beach barbecue. What are you cooking this summer? We’re thinking of doing something from Red Rooster Harlem and something from Streetbird Rotisserie. We’ll probably have a mix of seafood and grill meats. Come hungry!

What is your fondest memory of the East End? East Hampton reminds me a lot of my childhood growing up in Sweden, being by the water and out in nature. I love fishing, cooking outdoors, and experiencing the slower pace of things. Where do you get the freshest produce in the Hamptons? I like to hop around to farmers markets for the freshest ingredients. Nothing beats that. If you hosted a fantasy

beachside dinner, who would be at the table? David Bowie, for sure. He taught me so much about being different and being okay with it. I would also have the soccer player Diego Maradona, Miss Leah Chase from New Orleans, and Nelson Mandela. Chefs & Champagne takes place Saturday, July 29, at Wölffer Estate Vineyard, 183 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, 631537-5106. Visit jamesbeard.org for tickets and info.

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IN RECORD TIME ORLEBAR BROWN CELEBRATES ITS FIRST TEN YEARS WITH COLLABORATIONS AND AN ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION PERFECTLY TAILORED FOR EAST END MEN. BY CONNOR CHILDERS

Building a successful fashion brand in today’s economic climate is no easy feat. Yet that’s just what Adam Brown has accomplished in a short period of time with Orlebar Brown, the luxury men’s resortwear line that has transformed the men’s swim market, and that celebrates its first decade in business this summer. “The whole idea started forming as a tailored approach to swim shorts, a short you can swim in,” says Brown, the brand’s founder. For the anniversary collection, he revisited his initial inspiration, David Hockney’s painting A Bigger Splash, by pulling in bright, saturated colors and modern takes on 1960s silhouettes. Also mixed in is clear inspiration from global travels, which both the OB man and Brown himself are accustomed to—including the exceptional East End, where Brown frequently visits and vacations. But the celebration doesn’t stop there: Brown is collaborating with Tumi to create the perfect beach bag, available in a nautical navy option or in one of OB’s iconic photo prints; and with the media company Beautiful Destinations—and artists Sam Feldt and Sanda Anderlon—to produce lines of custom-printed swim shorts. Orlebar Brown has experienced exceptional growth, and rightfully so. With 20 stores worldwide, a fierce social media presence (if you haven’t searched #OBsAroundTheWorld, you’re missing out), an app called SnapShorts, and an unwavering brand identity, one thing is certain: This is just the beginning. 55 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3960; orlebarbrown.com

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF ORLEBAR BROWN

CLOCKWISE: Sammy classic fit t-shirt ($145) and Beautiful Destinations x Orlebar Brown mid-length swim shorts ($345); Founder Adam Brown in his studio; the brand’s chicly colorful East Hampton boutique; an OB man wearing a pair of Orlebar Brown sunglasses and iconic shorts.

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clockwise from top: Round frame sunglasses, Tomas Maier ($330). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-604-6700; tomasmaier.com. Eileen acetate sunglasses, Max Mara ($240). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-5567; maxmara.com. Rose-gold and matte-black sunglasses, Emporio Armani ($185). Sunglass Hut, Bridgehampton Commons, 2044 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-0507; armani.com

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DINNER SPOT: Scarpetta

FARMERS MARKET: Round Swamp Farm

BOUTIQUE: Kirna Zabête

DATE NIGHT: Nick & Toni’s Cecilia crop top, LoveShackFancy ($165). Knockout Beauty, 2400 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-8993401; loveshackfancy.com

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Natalie flounce bikini, Lisa Marie Fernandez ($395). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 631-377-3981; lisamariefernandez.com

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Leather slipper, Gucci ($750). Kirna Zabête, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-5275794; kirnazabete.com

Rap Clas-sick skirt, Ksubi ($170). Intermix, Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-5840; intermixonline.com

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Elettra From he her career ass a top mo model to her new ew chapter aas superblogger the Impatient Foodie, good taste abounds in Elettra Wiedemann’s life. Hamptons caught up with the Bellport-based mom-to-be, as her first cookbook rolls out and a gig with Oprah beckons. by ANDREW C. STONE

It’s rare to

photography by RANDALL SLAVIN

find a person who fires on as many cylinders as Elettra Wiedemann. Worldly, wise, creative, and original, the 34-year-old Bellport resident has positioned herself as a new-guard food star, offering spot-on food-prep and wellness insight as the blogger Impatient Foodie (impatientfoodie.com). Wiedemann also happens to be a supermodel, having posed for top photographers and walked on high-profile runways for more than a decade. Meanwhile, she found time to pen her new cookbook, Impatient Foodie: 100 Delicious Recipes for a Hectic, Time-Starved World—a must for on-the-go cooks everywhere. While this bounty of brains and beauty might make another person insufferable, Wiedemann speaks from gratitude rather than ego as she recounts her parallel careers. “Something I’m continuously surprised by is how I can do things that initially feel impossible,” she says. “I always think I know nothing at the beginning [of a project]. But I do know. This book taught me that I am capable of a lot more than I think I am.” Impatient Foodie is a cleverly crafted and easy-to-follow cookbook that takes its cues from Wiedemann’s popular food blog of the same name. In it, she invites chefs of every level to cook their way through 100 meals that take 30 minutes or less to make. The much-vetted recipes are categorized by a primary ingredient (winter squashes, herbs, strawberries, etc.), with four recipes incorporating each star ingredient. “When Scribner, my publisher, said I needed 100 recipes, I thought, I can’t do that. But lo and behold, I pumped out 100 recipes in two and a half weeks… A to Z, asparagus to zucchini, four options for each,” she says. While jitters are understandable for anyone in Wiedemann’s position, those who have loved her online perspective would never doubt her ability to put an engaging and fresh spin on the time-honored cookbook. She’s been examining

our eating habits for several years—notably as Refinery29.com’s food editor— acknowledging how our good intentions don’t always get us far at the end of a busy workday. “As I was looking through the cookbooks that I own, one thing stood out to me,” she says. “We are often going through the grocery store in a daze, after a long day at work. We’ll be going through the aisles, listening to a podcast, and we’re not necessarily all there,” Wiedemann explains. “And yet we don’t want to throw our standards for food out the window. This cookbook is designed to help you, right there at that moment.” The model’s perspective must be striking a powerful chord. She’s gearing up for a plum gig that few would even dream of: “Oprah invited me to be a speaker on her cruise,” she says. Yes, that Oprah. (“A cookbook for you, and a cookbook for you…”) “It’s nerve-wracking, but I know I can do it.” Having a copy of Impatient Foodie in your Hamptons kitchen makes a lot of sense. “You have so much beautiful food around you during the summer in the Hamptons,” she enthuses. “Shopping around the farmers market is amazing. Impatient Foodie helps you have the best of two worlds: You have the opportunity to grill and be with your family, yet still have a full social calendar.” In 30 minutes or less, you have a delicious and healthy meal, with the regrets trimmed off. Wiedemann’s years as a fashion model played a big role in her understanding of and appreciation for the art of cooking, particularly when it comes to craftsmanship. “People in the fashion industry—editors, stylists, photographers—really appreciate artisanship,” she notes. “Just look at Vogue.com and you’ll see how much attention is paid to stitching and pleating.” She points out, however, that recent years have seen the industry veer off-course, into more mass production. “When my mom was modeling, fashion was much more about artisanship.

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Cosmic floral dress, Tomas Maier ($1,550). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-6046700; tomasmaier.com opposite page: Daisy Bouquet sleeveless western dress, Coach 1941 ($795). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-2777; coach.com. Montezumina sandals, Christian Louboutin ($1,295). Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, 230 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 631-350-1100; christianlouboutin.com

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“THE FOOD WORLD HAS BECOME MUCH MORE ABOUT APPRECIATING, TOUCHING, AND EXPERIENCING SOMETHING THAT CAN NEVER BE PRODUCED AGAIN.”

Meanwhile, the food world has become much more about appreciating, touching, and experiencing something that can never be produced again.” Wiedemann’s mother is none other than film star Isabella Rossellini, who taught her the ABCs of cooking and is, naturally, her biggest fan. “My mama is proud,” Wiedemann says. “Embarrassingly, she wrote me an Amazon review as my mother.” She admits, though, that Rossellini was slow to get behind her as she embarked on her Impatient Foodie journey, but has since come around. “When I told her I was going to start the blog in 2014, she didn’t get it. She thought I should just try and get a job at Vogue. ‘Just call Anna,’ she said. But then it took off, and I think she was as surprised as I am that my life turned around so dramatically.” Recently, Wiedemann’s life took another dramatic turn—she is pregnant with her first child. She has thought long and hard about what it means to be a mother, and how everything—food choices included—makes an impact on children. “I often thought, even before I was pregnant, that I’d like my book to be helpful in households with young children,” she says. “I was raised on a primarily Mediterranean palate, and I wonder what moms in China or India are feeding their kids, what flavors and textures they use. I hope to introduce my child to as many foods as possible, and explore a spectrum of regional cuisines.” Even bachelors can rely on Wiedemann’s expertise to feel more confident in the kitchen. “Cooking isn’t about cooking; it’s about independence,” she declares. “This book is actually ideal for young men striking out on their own, without a lot of kitchen space, who want to be cooking for themselves and learn a few basic skills.” Independence, artistry, family ties, and confidence. Elettra Wiedemann has built her life on these principles, and the door to each is found in the kitchen.

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Styling by Eric Niemand Hair by Yohey Nakatsuka at Defaco using Bumble and bumble Makeup by Satsuki Soma using Kevyn Aucoin Shot on location at Elizabeth II, Bates Masi Architects, Amagansett, 631-725-0229; batesmasi.com


RETRO REVIVAL Pastel pieces nod to midcentury style, evoking nostalgic memories of Hamptons summers past. Now updated in modern silhouettes, these adornments are the new classics—and the most coveted fashion finds of the season.

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clockwise from bottom left: White double-drop gold sparkle earrings, Jennifer Miller Jewelry ($115). 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-9061; 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-9061; jennifermillerjewelry.com. Allison Toyo boater, Gigi Burris Millinery ($413). Boutique at Sunset Beach, 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights, 631-7492001; gigiburris.com. Striped cotton espadrille, Polo Ralph Lauren ($198). 32 Main St., East Hampton, 631-9070960; ralphlauren.com. Chain It bag PM, Louis Vuitton ($3,100). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-4766; louisvuitton.com. Suede Matilda wedge, Oscar de la Renta ($1,090). 772 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-288-5810; oscardelarenta.com. Sunglasses, Michael Kors ($159). 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-267-2200; michaelkors.com. Woven raffia hinge bracelet, Alexis Bittar ($295). Adornments, 83 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-0051; alexisbittar.com

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clockwise from bottom left: Bracelet, Michael Kors ($195). 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-267-2200; 30 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-2633; michael kors.com. Loafer, Tod’s ($795). Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, 230 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 631-350-1100; saks.com. Aluminum and Lucite chain-link necklace, Tomas Maier ($1,900). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-604-6700; tomas maier.com. Palm tree clutch, Edie Parker ($1,695). Intermix, 64 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8510; 87 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-8025; intermixonline.com


MiuLady bag, Miu Miu ($2,100). 11 E. 57th St., NYC, 212-6412980; miumiu.com. Dioressence pump, Dior ($860). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-5680; dior.com. Bracelet, Chanel ($1,825). Americana Manhasset, 516-918-2700; chanel.com

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clockwise from above: Grace small box bag, Mark Cross ($2,195). Kirna Zabête, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5794; kirnazabete.com. Minimal Baroque sunglasses, Prada ($360). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-9700; prada.com. Checker flower sandal, Tomas Maier ($650). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-604-6700; tomasmaier.com. Jonquil Swarovski crystal earrings, Roni Blanshay for Jennifer Miller ($445). 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-9061; 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-9061; jennifermiller jewelry.com


Patent leather heel, Rochas ($785). Shari’s Place, 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516-484-7400; 29 Main St., Southampton, 631-726-7200; sharisplace.com. Print shoulder bag ($625) and triangle stone earrings ($175), Tory Burch. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-1790; toryburch.com

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ON THE

RISE Ten young movers and shakers, born and bred on the East End, are making massive waves in food, photography, film, and more—and they’ve only just begun. by RACHEL FELDER photography by ZEV STARR-TAMBOR

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For Henry Margaritis, cofounder of Off the Grill caterers, the ideal Hamptons gathering is informal, relaxed, and the antithesis of uptight. “A lot of the catered parties I go to are so stuffy,” he says. “Those are plated, sit-down dinners, and we wanted to do something more fun, cool, and casual.” So Margaritis teamed up with his pal Ryan Piscitelli to offer an alternative, focused on a portable brick pizza oven, plancha, and charcoal grill that they set up in clients’ backyards to cook up specialties like fish tacos, grilled Mexican corn, and pizza with caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, and truffle oil. Despite having worked for esteemed chefs like April Bloomfield and studying at the International Culinary Center, Margaritis has always loved unfussy, casual food. “I grew up eating grilled cheese and french fries from the concession at Cooper’s Beach as a kid,” he says. “My brothers and I were there seven days a week each summer, even if it was raining.” But while his food is low-key, sourcing top-tier ingredients is a priority for Margaritis, who lives in Southampton Village. The seafood is either caught by fishing friends, purchased at the local market Cor-J Seafood, or reeled in by Margaritis and Piscitelli themselves. The vegetables have a similar pedigree: “We’re at the farmstands every morning picking out stuff,” he says. “All of our produce is in season.” Beyond serving delicious fare, Off the Grill’s unique catering model allows Margaritis and Piscitelli to enjoy an added perk that more formal caterers, tucked inside a kitchen or garage doing prep work, can’t. “We’re in the backyard, so we [become] part of the party,” he says.


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As she’s the daughter of model Christie Brinkley, it would be easy to assume that Sailor Brinkley Cook spends her post-high school days focused solely on modeling. Instead she chose the role of student, attending the prestigious Parsons School of Design. “I feel like I couldn’t live with myself if I didn’t get my college degree,” she says. “I pride myself on getting an education and having that to back me.” Her mother’s time in front of the camera, however, might have influenced Cook to pursue a major in photography. “I carried around a camera from age 5,” she says. “I was obsessed. When Facebook profile pictures were a huge thing for young kids, I would be the person that everyone would call and we’d do mini photo shoots. I always knew that it was something I wanted to do.” Now she hopes to use that passion to give back. “What I would really love to be able to do in photography is to tell other people’s stories and give a voice to the voiceless, especially in travel and photojournalism,” Cook says. “I love hearing what people have to say, to be able to create but also somehow make a difference.” Still, she does do some modeling, like a recent campaign for the online clothing retailer Boohoo. For that, her mother offers advice that goes beyond how to strike a flattering pose: “Be kind and really respect everyone.”

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Rebecca Knox has two jobs that, at first glance, seem completely unrelated: acting and helping spread the word about her family’s mezcal brand, Doña Sarita, as its vice president. But Knox sees similarities in the two roles. “You have to get used to hearing the word ‘no,’” she explains. “When you audition, people don’t always want you for that role, and when you go into restaurants and bars, some people don’t care about the brand. It always helps to give off a confident presence.” That confidence has paid off in both fields: Doña Sarita has won awards at several prestigious spirits competitions, and Knox has appeared in films like Return to Montauk, directed by critically acclaimed director Volker Schlöndorff, and on the television show Bull. Unlike the many actors who are based in Los Angeles, she divides her time between an apartment on the Upper East Side and East Hampton, where she lives with her family at their hotel, the White Sands Resort. “I love New York and being close to East Hampton, and I’ve found that there are plenty of opportunities to work here,” says Knox, who is grateful for having been raised out East. “It’s a beautiful environment to grow up in,” she raves. “It’s unlike any other place I know. We’re close to the city but we’re still in the countryside.”


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Photographer Ryan Moore’s colorful, evocative work is essentially a visual ode to the beaches of the Hamptons. “That’s pretty much what I was going for,” he says. “I was always at the beach as a kid. When we were surfing, there would be these crazy moments where we’d be the last ones in the water, or the first ones in the water in the early morning, and I saw these moments of pure beauty. I just loved it and wanted to capture it.” Catching the vivid colors and activities on the local beaches undoubtedly requires dedication. “It’s definitely weird hours,” says Moore. “I’ve gotten up at four in the morning to be ready to shoot from the water. Waking up that early is not something that I love to do, but once you’re shooting it’s totally worth it, if the sunrise cooperates.” Moore, who lives in North Sea, shoots his beach and ocean photographs throughout the year—even in the wintertime, when freezing temperatures make projects extra challenging. “My motto is ‘Tropical to tundra’ for the conditions I shoot in,” he says. In the winter, his forays involve donning a wetsuit and covering his camera in a case that allows him to shoot underwater. Although he has made a name for himself taking and selling photographs, Moore, who went to Southampton High School, was not inherently drawn to the arts. “I didn’t like art class that much, because I couldn’t paint,” he admits. “I was looking at magazines and I was like, ‘I want to do that,’ so I started taking pictures of my friends.” A few years ago, his main subject matter switched to the beach nearby. As he puts it, “Around 20 years old, something hit me: This is one of the most beautiful places on the planet.”

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The path to success hasn’t been the traditional route of auditions and director meetings for actor Michael Dougherty. “I had an awakening and knew that if I was going to make it in this business, I couldn’t wait for the phone to ring,” he says. “I couldn’t rely on anyone to do it for me, so I decided to write and create passion projects.” One of those ventures is Love & Everything in Between, a film Dougherty wrote, produced, and stars in—shot right here on the East End. Born in Southampton and raised in East Quogue, Dougherty felt the region was a natural fit for the film’s story. “The one thing that I [knew] from the outset is that I wanted to highlight the beauty of the Hamptons,” he explains. “That is the main character within this film.” Recognizable locations include Gosman’s Dock, 75 Main, and beaches in Montauk and Quogue where Dougherty surfed as a boy. The filmmaker’s love of acting began around age 8, when he started landing roles in school plays at Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School in Southampton. “I was memorizing lines and performing in front of an audience of about 300,” he recalls. “That was the initial spark to delve into the arts.” These days, Dougherty lives most of the year in Los Angeles, where he has an apartment in Hollywood, but he has been spending ample time in Quogue working on the film, which he has submitted to several film festivals. Next on his to-do list? More filmmaking, of course: He has a handful of projects in various stages of development.


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Photography has been a passion for Chloe Gifkins since she was a student at Southampton High School. “I’ve always loved taking photographs,” she says. “It’s just been part of my identity. My friends knew I was someone with a camera all the time, and then I just started to continue building that craft.” To that end, Gifkins attended Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, then landed the internship of a lifetime with acclaimed rock photographer Michael Halsband. “Some days he would say, ‘Would you just look through these photos of the Rolling Stones and scan them into the computer?,’ which was heaven for me,” she says. These days, the photographer commutes between a house in Sag Harbor Village and her Greenpoint, Brooklyn, apartment. Concert photos, unsurprisingly, are one of her specialties; she’s shot live concert images of performers like 50 Cent and the Flaming Lips. “It can be really challenging, as lights change and people move, but I love that you’re on your feet catching the moment,” she says. “I did visual journalism at school, and that translates to this kind of stuff. You have to photograph the things that are happening in real time, so for me it’s exciting.” She’s also excited to be making her own music, working on recording an album with her friend Mike Abiuso. “I definitely draw inspiration from Norah Jones and Amy Winehouse,” Gifkins says of her sound. “But I don’t think it would be fair to put me in that club.”

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Fans of Imrie—the beachy boutique with locations in Westhampton Beach and East Hampton, as well as St. Barth’s and Maui—are drawn to the brand for its selection of relaxed, chic, and easy-to-wear clothing and accessories. For co-owner Caitlin Imrie, the store is extra special—a family affair. “Everyone is somehow involved— that was sort of the whole idea of it when we started the business,” Imrie explains. While she focuses on merchandising, sales, and store layouts, one of her sisters works on social media and another handles business affairs. Their sister-in-law makes jewelry, one brother creates small leather goods like belts and bags, the other photographs the shops’ offerings, and their parents are active in the business as well. “We’ve spent our entire lives with each other,” she says. “We’re a very, very close family.” In addition to the boutiques, Imrie’s other focus is horseback riding, which she has been doing since growing up in Quogue, where she still lives. “I’ve been riding since I was 2, and it’s just my passion,” she says. “There’s a little bit of risk and a bit of freedom, and working with something that’s unknown—you’re dealing with a 1,500-pound animal. It’s not just dependent on you; it’s dependent on how you can work as a team. It requires so much patience and also so much strength.” A personal high point of her year is planned for September: Imrie is repeating her wedding vows with husband Marcilio “Brawzinho” Browne de Oliveira, a professional windsurfer, in a beachfront ceremony in Jericoacoara, a small fishing village in his native Brazil. Of course, her family will be there. Says Imrie, “We’re going to be closing [the store] for the first time pretty much ever then.”


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Rapper and artist Jake Patterson—better known as Yung Jake—is a mystery to most. He will consent to interviews only via text—interrupted periodically by a car parking or an imminent meeting—and refuses to give his age. He will, however, share some basic facts: He grew up in Sag Harbor, is now based in Los Angeles, and graduated from the ultra-prestigious California Institute of the Arts. This summer Patterson’s work has been shown at galleries on both coasts: in a solo show at Steve Turner in Los Angeles and at Southampton’s Tripoli Gallery of Contemporary Art. He’s decidedly succinct about the work in both exhibitions, describing the first as “a bunch of yellow pieces of steel and a yellow truck and a bunch of wrappers” and the second as simply “emoji portraits.” He enjoyed growing up in the Hamptons, but feels that Los Angeles is the best place for his art. “It’s slower than NYC,” Patterson says. “I have more time to think and don’t feel pressured to always be doing stuff.” Unlike many artists, Patterson is refreshingly down to earth—and nonchalant—about his creative process. “I sort of just make stuff,” he explains. “Sometimes it’s good and sometimes it sucks. Sometimes the good stuff sells, which is good, and sometimes the bad stuff sells, which is good. I enjoy making the stuff, which is the best part.” “Emoji Portraits” is on view through August 14 at Tripoli Gallery, 30A Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-377-3715; tripoligallery.com

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Montauk native Tyler Davis opened the healthy and casual eatery Happy Bowls in his hometown, but his inspiration came from trips far beyond the Hamptons. “I traveled across South America and came across açai,” he recalls. “I just knew if I could make bowls at a fast pace, and make them at a high standard, that they would do really well in Montauk.” Happy Bowls, which debuted in 2013, has indeed been a success, starting with açai bowls and adding on-trend Hawaiian poke to its menu this year. For the latter, Davis sources freshly caught tuna that fisherman pals bring in straight from the boat. For the açai, he offers a wealth of toppings that make each bowl customizable. “The first year, I was [constantly] recommending things. Now people come in with their specific order,” he says. “We have 30 different toppings”—ranging from fresh fruit to chocolate from local candy stores. “It’s so cool to see everyone trying new things.” This summer is a major one for the business: Davis is getting a Manhattan location ready, in the always-happening East Village. At around 1,700 square feet, it’s more than twice the size of the Montauk space. Says Davis, “I always said that if I was going to go to New York City and open a Happy Bowls there, it would be the biggest açai bar that New York City will ever see.”


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Why does surfer Balaram Stack love the Hamptons? The waves, of course. “I started going there when I was 15,” he says. “I would just go for swells. Georgica is the most powerful one I’ve gone to. It has steep beach breaks, which is different than Long Beach, where I grew up—it’s shallower and heavier.” These days he lives on the Lower East Side in Manhattan but admits that he’s rarely home. Instead, he’s on the road for around eight months each year, traveling to enviable destinations like Bali and other picturesque spots in the South Pacific. “I love the travels,” he says. “It gets to be a lot sometimes, but I just think about what I would be doing otherwise—and that I wouldn’t want to be doing anything else.” The majority of those trips are related to Stack’s sponsorships by brands like Volcom, having videos taken and doing interviews. “That’s the whole support behind my career,” he says. “The only reason I’m able to travel is because of them. It’s awesome because [I’ve built] a friendship with the crews I’ve worked with. It’s a pretty fun industry to be a part of.” An affiliation he’s especially proud of is with Oceanic Global, a nonprofit organization that works to raise awareness of the fragile state of the world’s oceans. “It’s only right for me to give back to something that has provided a whole career that I love so much,” he says. “The ocean is everything to me.”

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Eclectic vintage pieces, such as a bergère chair half covered in linen and half in distressed leather with a floral pattern and gray tassels (LEFT), bring personality to the living spaces.

PARTY CENTRAL EVENT ORGANIZER AND RESTAURATEUR CELESTE FIERRO TURNED A SPRAWLING HOUSE IN AMAGANSETT INTO A PERFECT ENTERTAINING SPACE FOR HER FAMILY AND MANY FRIENDS.

At her home in Amagansett, Celeste Fierro added pops of color to an otherwise neutral scheme with works of art by contemporary artists, such as Peter Tunney.

BY JEAN NAYAR PHOTOGRAPHY BY COSTAS PICADAS

An elaborate chandelier in the foyer contrasts with the relaxed furnishings in the den.

As the cofounder of a group of super-successful, high-energy upscale restaurants, Celeste Fierro is no stranger to the art of entertaining. Since launching her first restaurant in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District in 2004, and later opening the STK group of steakhouses and taking over the operations of a collection of Bagatelle and Cucina Asellina eateries along the East Coast, the hospitality maven and event planner continuously strives to expand an empire known as The One Group, which now includes 26 restaurants in prominent cities across the country. Given her reputation as a consummate hostess, it’s hardly surprising, then, that the home she shares with her husband and stepchildren in Amagansett would be primed for entertaining all year long. “I’m an event person, so I needed a place that would allow me to host parties for 10 or 200,” says the restaurateur. “I began my search for a home in the Hamptons 10 years ago and gave up for a while when I couldn’t find what I wanted.” But when a longtime friend in Amagansett urged her to see

Barstools around raised tables allow for easy entertaining of large groups and small on the outdoor deck.

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SPACE BEACH RETREAT Overlooking a massive pool, the 6,000-square-foot, four-bedroom house ideally suits the family’s lifestyle.

“I MIXED IN LITTLE THINGS I PICKED UP OVER THE YEARS TO GIVE THE ROOMS SOME ECLECTIC FLAIR.” — CELESTE FIERRO The large, open kitchen adjoins the living spaces, den, and backyard patio, enabling food and drinks to be easily served to guests throughout the house and grounds.

Linen-covered chairs around a rustic table in a semicircular windowed front room allow for intimate dinners with family and friends.

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a nearby four-bedroom shingle-style house last year, Fierro followed through— and knew it was the one the moment she laid her eyes on it. “It’s a 6,000-squarefoot house on three acres with four bedrooms, a fully finished basement, and a large open kitchen that flows out to the deck, patios, and the heated pool in the back with multiple seating areas that are great for entertaining.” With other homes in New York City, Los Angeles, and New Orleans, Fierro is constantly on the move. So her place in the Hamptons is something of a respite for her and her family whenever they come for a stay out East. “This is where I unwind,” Fierro says. “There’s a reserve behind the house that’s very quiet and peaceful.” As such, she kept the interiors clean, simple, and easy to maintain with classic furnishings and an uncomplicated neutral palette, a counterpoint to her busy life. “I picked out all of the new furnishings myself from places like Restoration Hardware or Montauk Furniture,” she says of her approach to the décor. “But I also mixed in antiques and little things I picked up over the years to give the rooms some eclectic flair.” Among the older treasures is a massive mirror she discovered in an antiques shop on St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans and a wonderful chandelier, both of which now adorn the foyer. The clean interiors also allow parties to fluidly move indoors and out. “We have a lot of people flowing in and out of the house,” she notes. So much of the décor revolves around the multiple serving areas and seating groups around the patios and kitchen, which she ultimately reconfigured and opened further, giving guests as many options for relaxing, eating, and imbibing as they would find in any of her restaurants. The private spaces on the upper level, however, are all about serenity. The spare master bedroom overlooks the quiet grounds, while the sunken tub in the Zen-like master bath is surrounded with candles and little Buddha statues. “It creates a very nice calming, spiritual balance to the rest of my life, which can be filled with so much chaos,” says Fierro. “It’s like a spa.” It’s also just what a party girl extraordinaire needs to start and end her day.

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WILD, WILD WEST PATRI GALWAY, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF TOWN & COUNTRY REAL ESTATE IN WESTHAMPTON BEACH, HAS THE SCOOP ON WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO LINGER ON THE EAST END’S WESTERN FRONTIER. BY EMILY WEITZ

What’s your favorite Hamptons town? East Quogue, Quogue, and Westhampton Beach all have fabulous beaches, which I’ve been drawn to ever since I was a young boy. All are easily accessible on bicycle, and the beaches continue to be the biggest draw to our area. What’s the best spot for a quick bite? The local fruit stands in East Quogue and Westhampton Beach, as well as Mambo Kitchen in Westhampton Beach (103 Main St., 631-684-

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9269; mambokitchens.com) and Beth’s Cafe in Quogue (48 Quogue St., 631-653-0222; beths cafequogue.com). Go-to place for dinner and drinks? Dockers Waterside in East Quogue (94 Dune Road, 631-653-0653; dockerswaterside.com) is always spectacular to visit on your boat. It’s the best waterfront setting on the East End for drinks and food. Stone Creek Inn (405 Montauk Hwy., East Quogue, 631-653-6770; stonecreekinn.com)

expanded its terrific menu and continues to be my favorite destination for dinner. Where do you like to spend your weekends? I love spending time with my three young daughters and my wife at the Surf Club of Quogue (54 Dune Road, 631-653-4272; surf clubofquogue.com) on the ocean. Also relaxing on our boat, visiting small islands and restaurants along Shinnecock Bay, which has the most waterfront dining in all of the Hamptons.

Quogue Community Hall (125 Jessup Ave., 631-653-8955; hampton theatre.org) always has some great theater performances, and Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (76 Main St., 631-2881500; whbpac.org) has had some great shows. I’ve seen acts like Elvis Costello, Deborah Harry, Rufus Wainwright, and many others. What is it about working in real estate that gives you the inside scoop? An inside view comes

from my many years of experience on the East End, along with the experience of the 35-plus professionals that I manage in the Town & Country Westhampton Beach office. Real estate is continuously changing and is what drives our economy. It’s exciting to be on the front line of our market. Town & Country Real Estate, 132 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-3030; townandcountry hamptons.com

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY PATRICK M. GALWAY (OCEAN); DANA CASALE (GALWAY); LIZ GLASGOW (PROPERTY); MELISSA J. FREY (DOCKERS WATERSIDE)

Patrick Galway (BELOW CENTER) is representing a renovated home (RIGHT) on Dune Road in Quogue, not far from Dockers Waterside (BELOW RIGHT), one of his favorite dining spots. It has a private beach, plus a double-height ceiling and a wall of glass to enhance the dramatic ocean views (like this one shot by Galway in East Quogue).


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SPACE HAUTE PROPERT Y The six-bedroom home is complete with a built-in barbecue station, white gunite pool, and inset spa with infinity edging—perfect for summer living.

IN THE RIGHT LANE BRAND-NEW CONSTRUCTION IN AN IDEAL CORNER OF AMAGANSETT MAKES THIS LIGHT-FLOODED MANSION THE PLACE TO SEE.  BY EMILY WEITZ

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“OUR HOMES ARE DESIGNED FOR ENTERTAINING.” —william “jr” kuneth The open main living space connects to the outdoors with a wall of glass, leading to the covered back deck, pool, and rear lawn.

A southwest-facing private master suite deck overlooks the pool and a pool house that’s equipped with a full bath and wet bar, flat-screen TV, air-conditioning, and an attached outdoor shower.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY RISE MEDIA

Steps from the ocean and just minutes from The Stephen Talkhouse, the Amagansett Lanes are ideally situated. But until 10 years ago, they primarily contained small ranch-style homes and cottages. That’s why the new mansion at 56 Hedges Lane is such a prize. “New construction is extremely rare there,” says William “JR” Kuneth, the Halstead listing agent representing the property. Most buyers on the Lanes—four streets connecting Montauk Highway and Bluff Road— end up rebuilding. “As more houses get torn down, it increases demand and raises prices,” he says. This six-bedroom, six-and-a-halfbath home is designed for summer living. “You’re greeted by a 30-foothigh entry hall and drawn directly through the house, beyond the open main living space, to a wall of glass and a sun-drenched backyard with a white gunite saltwater pool,” says Kuneth. Luxurious features include a sauna and massage room, but the floor plan ultimately defines the feel. “Our homes are designed for entertaining,” he explains. “An open plan offering room for everyone in one space and connecting you to the outdoors is what living here is all about.” Prices and competition in the Lanes have surpassed pre-recession levels. “This used to be way undervalued,” Kuneth says. “It was a secret treasure— now becoming an estate location.” 56 Hedges Lane is listed for $5.6 million and represented by William “JR” Kuneth at Halstead Real Estate, 2 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-771-5319; halstead.com. 


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THE GREAT OUTDOORS WONDERING HOW BEST TO FEATHER YOUR NEST? DON’T NEGLECT THE OUTDOOR AREAS. OUR PANEL OF EAST END REAL ESTATE, DESIGN, AND LANDSCAPING WIZARDS SHARES THE LATEST TRENDS. MODERATED BY MICHAEL BRAVERMAN

Designed by Landscape Details, this Mecox backyard uses a shaded deck and umbrellas to create a perfect space for poolside lounging, while the surrounding gardens and climbing roses enhance the feeling of tranquility.

Our panel of experts discusses trends in outdoor living at the Southampton Arts Center, seen here in front of artwork by Paton Miller.

MEET THE PANELISTS (from left) TIM O’CONNOR, licensed real estate salesperson, Halstead Property, 2 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-7715321; halstead.com MICHAEL DERRIG, owner, Landscape Details, 103 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-329-3000; landscapedetails.com MALA SANDER, licensed associate real estate broker, Corcoran Group, 155 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-899-0108; corcoran.com ZOE HOARE, interior designer, English Country Antiques, 26 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 631-537-0606; ecantiquesny.blogspot.com RON FRIEDMAN, managing partner, Sagaponack Builders, 631-830-0090; sagaponackbuilders.com IAN FYFFE, owner, Harbor Hot Tubs and Sparkling Pools, 631-725-3983; sparklingpools.com

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What does outdoor living mean to your clients? Mala Sander: If I were to show two houses, one with beautiful outdoor living spaces already set up and one that was just grass and a pool, they’d be like, “Wait, where’s the patio, where’s the outdoor fireplace and kitchen?” Even if that one was priced less, most would go for the one that was already done, because it reflects how they see themselves living in the Hamptons. Michael Derrig: Husbands, especially, will say, “I don’t go inside. I stay outside under the pool house or arbor. I spend all my time here. I shower here.” It’s amazing how much time they spend in the backyard. Tim O’Connor: A lot of clients want bigger doors that open up, so inside and outside intersect. Every chance they get, it’s like, “Where are the exits? How quickly can you get out?” What about the idea of outdoor “rooms”?

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL GONZALEZ (PANELISTS); BABYLON AND BEYOND PHOTOGRAPHY (EXTERIOR)

This week, our panel of local experts features real estate pros Tim O’Connor and Mala Sander, pool guru Ian Fyffe, builder Ron Friedman, landscaper Michael Derrig, and interior designer Zoe Hoare. Read on for highlights of their up-front conversation about what’s new in the backyard.


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Listed by Mala Sander, 27 Cooks Lane in Bridgehampton features gorgeous landscape design by Jack deLashmet, highlighted by an 18-by-45-foot Pebble Tec pool with saline filtration. inset: Ron Friedman, Tim O’Connor, and Zoe Hoare.

A recent spa project in Southampton from Ian Fyffe’s Harbor Hot Tubs and Sparkling Pools.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY RISE MEDIA (27 COOKS LANE); DANIEL GONZALEZ (PANELISTS); HH CO (SPA PROJECT)

MD: People need to be concerned about overprogramming them with pizza ovens and grills and fire pits. I try to make them disappear in a green landscape. Ian Fyffe: I don’t want to see all that stuff until I want to use it. MS: But some people do. It’s part of the prestige of having those things. TO: It’s a trophy to people. MD: That’s too bad. You gotta try and educate them that it’s not a good look. What are people spending on these things now? MD: A lot of money. TO: It’s not an afterthought anymore. Zoe Hoare: Yes, it’s not going down to Kmart and picking out a few blue-and-white waterproof cushions. Now you go to your decorator and say, “I want performance outdoor fabrics, and I want trim, and I want some tassels, because my Fendi handbag has tassels, so I want to go bohemian outside.” Performance fabrics are as fashion-forward as fabrics we live with indoors, fabrics we wear. Ron Friedman: For one house, we just ordered all cushionless outdoor lounges and couches. ZH: I don’t like the sound of that! RF: It’s very soft, almost like a mesh but very comfortable. Your body leans into it. MS: By the pool, when you get out wet, you get on that and it doesn’t matter. IF: With pool covers, they’re [using] some of those fabrics instead of that pleather finish. And a self-contained hot tub doesn’t have to be ugly. RF: On most houses, we design phantom screens that come down; you want to make sure you feel comfortable with the door open all day. It used to be a real luxury, and now it’s almost a must-have.


PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL GONZALEZ (PANELISTS); BABYLON AND BEYOND PHOTOGRAPHY (GATE AND PERGOLA); HH CO (SPA PROJECT)

Are your customers telling you about trends they’ve seen? TO: People come with interesting ideas but think it’s all going to happen in half an hour, like on those thousands of design shows on TV. ZH: Yes, a “daykover.” RF: I also think it’s what they’re seeing in the resorts they go to. ZH: That’s where the bar outside came from— the hotel. IF: I haven’t seen a more consumer-driven product than saltwater pools. I’m not a fan; it’s too corrosive. Our basic pool maintenance gives you a low level of chlorine— bottled-water quality— without having to use the salt. TO: I’m finding if customers don’t see something, they can’t envision it. We have a home that’s new construction, unstaged, and we’re going to Photoshop it. Then you see a lot of homes built in the early ’90s—“Dynasty homes,” with the double-height ceilings, the grand staircase. No one can sell them because they’re just too big. One street has seven of them! People want the space, but they want it to feel more intimate. MS: The pendulum swings so dramatically. I sold a six-year-old home to people who then tore it down because it just wasn’t the [current] design—and believe me, it wasn’t priced as a teardown. They ripped it down and built a beautiful

modern home. Overall, I’m seeing that clean trend, the clean box. ZH: Less cluttered. How does that modernism translate outdoors? MS: Very easily. You have doors that slide open, so a simple room opens to beautiful “rooms” outside. ZH: Outdoor lighting. You can buy a tree that’s worth the same as a small Picasso, so you’d better light it at night and make it a piece of art. MD: Gardens are less fussy, with less flowers, more simple lines. Also just simplifying the landscape, so it has longevity: People forget how big plants should be. If you want to keep a 12-foot shrub at three feet for 20 years, it’s going to look like a green meatball. One personal question: Where do you go when you want to be outdoors? RF: I use my outdoor cooking area constantly, even in the winter. MD: I’m an early riser, so I saw the sunrise this morning at the beach. IF: Pretty much anywhere outside is fine. The stars early this morning were just amazing. They were from the horizon line all the way around. MS: People will say, “Oh, it’s winter, come down to Florida.” I’ll be packing my bags in the morning, and I see this beautiful light and beautiful sky. It’s like being on vacation all the time. Why am I going?

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Landscape Details customized many features of this Calf Creek yard, including the mahogany gate and bluestone walk. inset: Mala Sander and Michael Derrig.

This poolside pergola, designed by Landscape Details, creates an idyllic setting you’ll never want to leave. above: A spa project in Wainscott by Harbor Hot Tubs.

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SELF BEACH BODY & SOUL

DOWN UNDER AN APRÈS-SWEAT SURPRISE IS TUCKED AWAY BELOW SOULCYCLE’S BRIDGEHAMPTON BARN.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ADRIEL REBOH (INTERIORS, EXTERIOR); COURTESY OF LULULEMON (PRODUCTS, CLOTHES, CROWD)

BY LAUREN EPSTEIN

You’ve likely booked a bike at SoulCycle’s über-popular and super-chic Bridgehampton location, known to followers as the Barn. But did you know that a new wellness hub has sprung up below the cardio action? This summer, SoulCycle teamed up with Lululemon to launch Below the Barn—a 2,200square-foot health haven, open until September 4. The minimalist space hosts an impressive roster of vendors, classes, and events, allowing Hamptonites to try new products and services, while promoting a sense of community among wellness devotees out East. “This space is meant to be a home base to discover new products, grow through experiences, and connect,” says SoulCycle’s Gabby Etrog Cohen. The pop-up incorporates a small marketplace offering products from health-focused favorites like Supergoop!, Captain Blankenship, and Naturopathica, along with an exclusive Below the Barn capsule collection from Lululemon, a lounge with Montauk Juice Factory, floral arranging with The Flower Shop, off-the-bike classes with SoulCycle instructors, and live music every Friday night. “SoulCycle and Lululemon strive to provide unforgettable moments for our guests,” says Lululemon Hub Seventeen curator Carolina Amorim. “We’re excited to create this magical space to live out their sweaty, fun, and happy summer moments.” 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-3630; soul-cycle.com/belowthebarn

The 2,200-square-foot space hosts classes and activities to bring the Hamptons community together. left: The pop-up carries curated products from health-minded brands like Supergoop!

An artist gallery features work by Jeremy Penn through July. right: Below the Barn encourages mingling. below, from left: Outside the Barn; exclusive Below the Barn apparel on offer.

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SELF BEAUT Y from left: Figue d’Ete Artisanal Hand Wash (10 oz., $35); Creme Intense Deep Repair Hand Cream (2.5 oz., $24); Figue d’Ete Hand Cream (1 oz., $12); Miel de Lavande Hand Cream (1 oz., $12); Fleurs d’Oranger Hand Cream (1 oz., $12); Hand Blown Miel de Lavande Candle (6.7 oz., $65); Figue d’Ete Provence Soap (7 oz., $20).

“AIX-EN-PROVENCE IS BIG ENOUGH TO BE COSMOPOLITAN BUT SMALL ENOUGH TO FEEL WELCOMING.” —shirin von wulffen

PURELY PROVENÇAL BEAUTY ENTREPRENEUR SHIRIN VON WULFFEN SPILLS ON HER DELIGHTFUL, UNIQUELY FRENCH LINE.

Aix-en-Provence, in the South of France, is just big enough to be cosmopolitan but small enough to feel calm and welcoming, says Shirin von Wulffen, fashion publicist turned beauty entrepreneur. The city also happens to be the hometown of her husband, legendary hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai. After spending summers there, the pair decided to create Bastide, an all-natural, nontoxic body, fragrance, and candle collection made in Provence. How did Aix-en-Provence inspire Bastide? Aix has been a discovery for me. It’s a simple place but at the same time refined. The way we live there is unique. We’re eating really great foods. Either you grow it in your own garden or you go to the market—everything is in season. The fruits taste like candy. I grew up in the States, and there are no markets of this quality here. Every day you decide what you’re going to

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eat based on what’s available. We said, “Why can’t it be the same for our skin? Curated, natural, and well-made.” How does the collection channel that lifestyle? Just as we don’t know what food is seasonal anymore, it’s the same idea with our body products. We’re used to soaps that make the skin feel tight. Bastide soap might feel more liquid than people are used to because of how it’s made. It’s olive oil-based and made by local artisans in a traditional process—all of our products are. What are your favorites for summer? I love our Marais Salants Camargue Bath Salts. They come from a region known for its salt mines and smell like blood orange. The Huile Seche Epatante Dry Oil Mist is amazing for moisturizing after the sun. Figue, 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-527-5111; figue.com; bastide.com

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SOURCE: STYLE YOUR GUIDE TO CHIC SHOPPING IN THE HAMPTONS

BAUBLES AT THE BEACH THE CASUAL-COOL JEWELRY BRAND JEMMA WYNNE ARRIVES AT MAYFAIR ROCKS.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGIA NERHEIM (PORTRAIT); EMILY GILBERT (SHOWROOM)

BY CALLIE CHUTE

Jemma Wynne—a jewelry line with a flair for color and modern design, founded by Jenny Klatt and Stephanie Wynne Lalin—will be sold at Mayfair Rocks in East Hampton all summer long. “We both love designs and pieces that are super luxurious but effortlessly worn,” says Klatt. That sounds like the ideal mix for a day—and night—in the Hamptons. “I love our big hoops and slider bracelets for the perfect transition from the beach to dinner,” adds Lalin. “At the beach they go perfectly with a bathing suit and cover-up, and at night they look effortless with a long flowy dress or white T-shirt and jeans.” Mayfair Rocks, 19 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-8444; mayfairrocks.com

CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: One-of-a-kind custom 18k rings and earrings from Jemma Wynne (prices on request); the Jemma Wynne showroom, designed by Daun Curry; 18k yellow-gold necklaces, bracelet, and earrings with diamonds and emeralds ($3,885–$7,350); Jenny Klatt and Stephanie Wynne Lalin, whose Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan has a sleek yet captionvibe, tk much like its jewelry. playful

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The SOURCE: STYLE Talitha trellis print top ($382), sold at AERIN’s Southampton store.

BLUE & CREAM

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

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

BLUE ONE

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

CALYPSO ST. BARTH

EVERYTHING BUT WATER

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

BROOKS BROTHERS

CLIC GENERAL STORE

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, 631702-7155; 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,

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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. 10B Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-4009800; 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

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Pink disco ball earrings from Jennifer Miller Jewelry ($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


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

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DAVID CHINES

WHO: CEO and creative director of the concept store Copious Row. NO BAD DAYS: “Every day in the Hamptons is a day off! You can find me at the beach, shopping in town, or enjoying a long lunch at Sant Ambroeus (30 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-1233; santambroeus.com).” THE BEST RESERVATION IN TOWN: “Tutto il Giorno in Southampton (56 Nugent St., Southampton, 631-

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

377-3611; tuttoilgiorno.com) is a perennial favorite and a true classic. The food is great, the ambience is beautiful, and everyone there is so welcoming.” GOOD FOR THE SOUL: “I love to start the day with an iced coffee from Tate’s Bake Shop in Southampton (43 North Sea Road, Southampton, 631-283-9830; tatesbakeshop.com), followed by SoulCycle (264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-3630; soulcycle.com). Then I head home to walk my dogs on the beach.” Copious Row, 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-488-4555; copiousrow.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

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

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

KIRNA ZABÊTE This beautifully curated store gathers brands you wouldn’t typically find in the Hamptons—Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Saint Laurent—in an imaginative, Pop Art-covered space. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5794; kirnazabete.com

JOEY WÖLFFER

L’OBJET

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

Shop this high-end home décor boutique for unique artisanal pieces. The finishing accents for your Hamptons home are sure to be among L’Objet’s curated assortment of treasures. 9 Main St., Southampton, 631-259-2644; l-objet.com

JOHN VARVATOS

LONDON JEWELERS

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

Since the 1920s, London Jewelers has provided impeccable jewelry created

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

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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

VELVET

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

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Employing gorgeous, top-quality diamonds and gemstones, this brand offers a large selection of elegant adornments. 27 Main St. D, Southampton, 631-283-7600; tamaracomolli.com

TENET

VILEBREQUIN

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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Eres x Nupie leather-soled flip-flops ($375).

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Cove and Southampton shops. Known for its eclecticism and its wide range of high-quality fabrics, Shari’s shines as one of the East End’s dearest treasures. 29 Main St., Southampton, 631-726-7200; 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516-4847400; 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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Stephanie Gottlieb is a thoughtfully curated online jewelry shop and Concierge Service that provides hassle-free jewelry gifting. The SG Fine Jewelry Collection features pieces personally designed by Stephanie, as well as a curated selection of jewelry from emerging designers.

Using family recipes, in 1946 William Greenberg Jr. opened a bakery that has remained synonymous with quality. For close to 70 years this Upper East Side institution has been providing New Yorkers with some of the city’s best cookies, cupcakes, pies, cakes and assorted baked goods.

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The SOURCE: SCENE DINING AMAGANSETT CLAM BAR This casual roadside surf shack is famous for fresh seafood dishes and refreshing summer cocktails. Pull off Montauk Highway when you see the yellow signs and you’ve arrived at the ultimate spot for steamers. 2025 Montauk Hwy., 631-267-6348; clambaronline.com

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

LOBSTER ROLL RESTAURANT Open since the 1950s (and now famous as a location for scenes in the series The Affair), this roadside restaurant also goes by the name Lunch for its iconic neon sign. The lobster rolls, chowders, and by-thepound lobsters are some of the timeless dishes. 1980 Montauk Hwy., 631-267-3740; lobsterroll.com

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

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

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ALMOND

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

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WHO: Cofounders of The Bevy, an intensely personal and selective matchmaking service. THE WHALE: “Moby’s was always a staple, and we saw our usual crew there. Now it’s even better because it’s spearheaded by Eleven Madison Park as EMP Summer House (341 Pantigo Road, East Hampton; empsummerhouse.com). The food is simply perfect, and the crowd is ours. Perfect indoor and outdoor ratio.” GOOD MORNING: “Our first stop is always Marie Eiffel Market (184 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island, 631-749-0003; marieeiffelmarket.com) for the

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

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best coffee and croissants and a beautiful deck

BABETTE’S

overlooking Dering Harbor.” COOKING UP A

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

STORM: “On a day off, we love shopping all the beautiful farmers markets and spending the day cooking for an epic dinner party.” the-bevy.com

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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


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FIERRO’S

MICHAEL’S RESTAURANT

SAM’S

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

FRESNO

NICK & TONI’S

SERAFINA

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

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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

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ROWDY HALL

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

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EMP SUMMER HOUSE This pop-up spinoff from Manhattan’s Eleven Madison Park is one of the summer’s toughest reservations. 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

Michael Boyd’s exhibit “That’s How the Light Gets In: 1970– 1972” at Eric Firestone Gallery.

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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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newsletter Tasting Table. EXPLOSIVE FUN: “Even if you

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didn’t get a reservation for EMP Summer House (341 Pantigo Road, East Hampton; empsummerhouse.com), you can walk in for the light menu in the backyard. The food back there is delicious, but the enormous ‘cocktail explosions’ they’re mixing are the most delicious, visually incredible group cocktails I’ve ever seen—one serves 10!

EAST QUOGUE

Start with the mai tai and enjoy a few games of table tennis or pétanque.” CATCH OF THE DAY: “I ease up on my

CUCINA FAMILY STYLE RISTORANTE

healthy diet on the weekend, but the fish tacos at Tacombi in Montauk (752 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 631-668-8338;

A family-run, kid-friendly restaurant that boasts hearty Sicilian dishes. 674 Montauk Hwy., 631-996-4550; cucinaeastquogue.com

tacombi.com) are light and tasty.” THE MORNING AFTER: “Estia’s Little Kitchen (1615 Sag Harbor Tpk., Sag Harbor, 631-725-1045; estia.com) is a must-hit for breakfast with a hangover.” tastingtable.com

DOCKERS WATERSIDE Dockers takes a detail-driven approach to sourcing its seafood, which it gets from fishermen locally and in Nova Scotia. 94 Dune Road, 631-653-0653; dockerswaterside.com

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

STONE CREEK INN This intimate French-American spot run by chef Christian Mir and his wife, Elaine DiGiacomo, is perfect for a romantic evening. INSIDER TIP: Look for the new dishes that Stone Creek Inn is debuting this season to celebrate its 20th anniversary. 405 Montauk Hwy., 631-653-6770; stonecreekinn.com

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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

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swing by in the morning for an unbelievably spectacular breakfast. 259 E. Montauk Hwy., 631-728-4166; hamptonmaid.com

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OAKLAND’S RESTAURANT Family-owned for nearly three decades, this waterfront eatery is a great spot for a casual drop-in when you’re craving a superb cocktail in a relaxed setting. 365 Dune Road, 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

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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

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EAST BY NORTHEAST Featuring a vibrant bar, an outdoor patio, and live music on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, this sleek restaurant and lounge is noted for combining Asian cooking with local seafood and New World wines, plus sunset views. 51 Edgemere St., 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

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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

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

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service, while partner Sam McCleland oversees the kitchen. The seafood menu, featuring flash-fried calamari, lobster, and fresh catch from Montauk, always draws a crowd. 3253 Noyac Road, 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

AYR BEACH HOUSE Offers Summer Staples at their Hamptons Outpost AYR, the digitally native women’s brand best known for their cult-like following in denim and outerwear, opened their Hamptons outpost, AYR Beach House, for the summer season — offering coveted summer items, and hard to find brands in their Sag Harbor village shop. AYR, which stands for All Year Round, makes elevated essentials for women, coveted in all categories. In addition to super soft jeans, easy luxe layers, light linen tops, and gorgeous silk dresses, AYR Beach House carries a few of their favorite brands exclusive to the Hamptons — including Australian minimalist swimwear brand Matteau, home objects by Stillhouse, artwork by Uprise Art, beach bags & totes by KariCat, and hand-dyed indigo cashmere scarves from Point Dume. “We were excited to explore what AYR might look like #outofoffice,” AYR’s Co-Founder and CEO Maggie Winter states. “AYR Beach House seemed like a fun way to bring the brand we love to a place we love.” Designed by Matt Bindner & Eliot Pepe of BSP, with custom fixtures by local fabricator Nick Cohen, decorated with art from Uprise, AYR Beach House captures the beachy vibes of Sag Harbor with a modern twist. Marble waterfall tables and dreamy sand filled boxes fill the sunny space full of summer’s perfect staples. “We wanted to offer a range of pieces that are core to our DNA and also a mix of items that capture a beach town sensibility. Our textiles are focused on lightweight gauzy qualities that are not

high maintenance, the pieces themselves are easy to style and versatile by nature,” says Jac Cameron, AYR’s Creative Director. AYR keeps it fresh by delivering new product weekly and hosting friends of the brand every weekend (some highlights of which include Parachute Home, Krewe sunnies, stripes by Kule and fine jewelry from Finn). AYR is constantly evolving to meet the consumer where they are, addressing the industry-wide recognition that the world is going digital while redefining the concept of direct to consumer. Opening their first shop in Soho last year, AYR Soho stocks essentials in addition to limited issue and exclusive pieces not available on the site – launching new products weekly. “I grew up in this community and have watched retail change the landscape of our town. I wanted to bring our brand to life here in a way that is inclusive of the local community, celebrating the style and magic of the East End, while providing a product that is unique and exclusive, and can’t be found everywhere. We incorporated both Hamptons style and community, while staying true to our brand’s native New York identity. AYR is the perfect mix of city and beach vibes, and our girl can now find something to wear in both places,” says AYR’s Co-Founder, Max Bonbrest. AYR Beach House is open daily 10am7pm, through the end of September. Be sure to check it out! 25 Madison Street, Sag Harbor beach@ayr.com, 631.808.3751

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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SALT WATERFRONT BAR & GRILL Local bands on weekends, a vibrant crowd at the Shipwreck Bar, and an extensive raw bar make this a popular neighborhood hangout. 63 S. Menantic Road, 631749-5535; saltshelterisland.com

SHELTER ISLAND HOUSE A beautifully appointed country inn with dining in the gardens and classic cocktails at the lounge bar. The Tavern, 11 Stearns Point Road, 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

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

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THE PRIDWIN

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New American fine dining within an expansive beachfront resort. 81 Shore Road, 631-7490476; pridwin.com

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

RED MAPLE AT THE CHEQUIT 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


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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

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

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SILVER’S Open only for lunch, Silver’s doesn’t take reservations and is known above all for its lobster roll and soups. 15 Main St., 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

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

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TUTTO IL GIORNO Owner Gabby Karan De Felice, daughter of Donna Karan, oversees this well-appointed restaurant, which serves exquisite Italian food. INSIDER TIP: The multiple dining rooms are gorgeous, but the tables to score are on the patio, with its rustic vibe and manicured privet. 56 Nugent St., 631-377-3611; tuttoilgiorno.com

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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

SUKI ZUKI

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

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

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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

OSTERIA SALINA

MANNA

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

LEVAIN BAKERY

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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East Hampton, 631-329-1600; 111 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-2270; goldenpearcafe.com

HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY What started in 1994 as a small espresso bar has grown into the foremost coffee micro-roastery on the East End, complete with breakfast and lunch menus. INSIDER TIP: This season, dinner service debuts! 272 Main Road, Aquebogue, 631-779-2862; 749 County Road 39A, Southampton, 631-353-3088; 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;

105–107 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-1055; marysmarvelous.com

31 W. Water St., Sag Harbor, 844-227-6672; baronscove.com

HOTELS AND INNS

BRIDGEHAMPTON INN

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.

668-2345; gurneysmontauk.com

HEDGES INN

This is the definition of the quaint country home. With wood accents in each room and the homey touch of patterned curtains and pleated lampshades, this cozy inn is the perfect place to get out of the city and decompress. 2266 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-3660; bridgehamptoninn.com

A luxe 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

GURNEY’S

HUNTTING INN

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

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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


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

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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 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

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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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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: Owner of Red|Bar Brasserie, Little|Red, and Red Catering. GRAB AND GO: “Sip’n Soda (40 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-283-9752; sipnsoda.com) is a Southampton staple for a quick breakfast or lunch any day of the week.” IF YOU CAN FIND IT: “My favorite restaurant of the season is Salt (63 S. Menantic Road, Shelter Island, 631-749-5535; saltshelterisland.com), a hidden gem on Shelter Island. Don’t worry if there’s a wait; just head back to

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

The Shipwreck!” FUDGE IT: “I have to admit my guilty pleasure is The Fudge Company (67 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8108;

DÉCOR

southamptonfudgecompany.com). One pound of salted dark chocolate caramels once a week.” Red|Bar Brasserie, 210 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-283-0704; redbarbrasserie.com; Little|Red, 76-C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-3309; littleredsouthampton.com; Red Catering, 631-283-0900; red.catering

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

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HAMPTON 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: 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

BARRY’S BOOTCAMP With three East End locations, this famously hardcore fitness spot pushes your limits through a mix of weight training and cardio that can help you burn 1,000 calories in a single workout. Each day focuses on a different muscle group, so you get a week of perfectly balanced exercises. 10 Montauk Hwy., Southampton, 631-353-3833; see barrysbootcamp.com for more locations.

BROWNINGS FITNESS 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 New to Montauk’s wellness scene, BYoga brings rock-star yoga teachers

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BYoga brings rock-star yoga teachers together to lead an array of dynamic vinyasa-style classes.

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

quality 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

EAST END ROW

ELEMENTS FITNESS

Clients of East End Row experience the feeling of paddling and gliding through water, courtesy of high-

Fusing barre and dance techniques, the boutique studio Elements Fitness offers classes from Dance

WHO: Founder of Southampton facial spa and salon Skin by Veronica. ONE-OF-A-KIND FINDS: “I just discovered Aerin

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

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

Southampton (83 Main St., Southampton, 631-353-3773; aerin.com).

EXHALE

They have Oliver Peoples sunglasses, beautifully colored vanity

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

collections, glamorous hairbrushes, and the greatest hostess gifts. Dorinda Hawkins and her team of beauties get me in and out with just what I need.” THE BEST BITE: “La Parmigiana (48 Rte. 27A, Southampton, 631-283-8030; laparmigianaitalianrestaurant.com) is my favorite restaurant. I love to go there for grilled calamari with lemon on a bed of arugula, and local mussels in garlic and white wine with my favorite wine, the organic Babich Sauvignon Blanc.” A LITTLE R&R: “My must-hit spot in the Hamptons is Karen Deleski’s massage table (516-383-5484). She comes right to my house.” Skin by Veronica, 67 Rte. 27A, Southampton, 631-259-2343

FIVE PILLARS YOGA The classes at this beachy yoga sanctuary promote a balanced lifestyle while cultivating emotional, spiritual, and physical harmony. 720 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-5009200; fivepillarsyoga.com

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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

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

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 personal trainers, and state-of-theart equipment to get you as fit as an athlete. 79 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-767-2709; silichcore.co

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The original cult-favorite spin studio helped transform the East End into a fitness and wellness oasis. And this year, SoulCycle’s Bridgehampton barn celebrates its 10th anniversary. 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-5373630; soul-cycle.com

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

TRACY ANDERSON Trainer to the stars Tracy Anderson developed a resultsdriven method that has reshaped the bodies of celebrities like

Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez. Her mega-brand includes the revolutionary at-home program Metamorphosis, video streaming services, specialized plans for men, women, and teens, and week-long intensives. 30 Park Pl., East Hampton, 604-6529; 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-617-5621; tracyanderson.com

YOGA SHANTI 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, 631-7256424; 132-6 Main Street, Westhampton, 631-905-5588; yogashanti.com

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and a half bath residence in Amagansett with a fully furnished elective. The residence features a wellness spa, custom designed chef’s kitchen, pool and pool house, and a permit-ready tennis court all on two acres. The home perfectly juxtaposes public and private spaces by balancing the sprawling surrounding area with a comfortable family sanctuary.

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THE END MY PERFECT DAY CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Daryl Simon, cofounder of the natural foods company Hain Celestial; Espresso da Asporto, which specializes in fresh focaccia sandwiches; Joey Wölffer’s clothing store in Sag Harbor; MariLee’s Farmstand in Sagaponack.

LIVING WELL LONGTIME HAMPTONITE DARYL SIMON, COCHAIR OF THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION’S 34TH ANNUAL RITA HAYWORTH GALA, KEEPS HEALTHY LIVING TOP OF MIND WHENEVER SHE’S OUT EAST.

“The Hamptons has always been a special place for my family. My husband, Irwin, and I started a natural organic food company 20 years ago, and the Hamptons makes it easy to maintain our philosophy. Out here, I always continue to be active,

eat healthy, and exercise. This lifestyle is vital to the prevention of Alzheimer’s, which is a cause that is dear to my family’s heart. To start my day, I always take my dog, Terra, for a walk through our neighborhood. Then I swim in my pool or

5 FAVORITES 1. Albert’s Landing 2. Espresso da Asporto 3. Joey Wölffer 4. Gibson Beach 5. MariLee’s Farmstand

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paddleboard at Albert’s Landing (Alberts Landing Road, Amagansett, 631-2672421). After working up an appetite, I’ll drive into Sag Harbor to grab sandwiches from Espresso da Asporto (2 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-5668; espressoda asporto.com) for lunch with my daughter, and I always make sure to stop at Joey Wölffer’s clothing store (11 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 631725-1436; joeywolffer.com) on my way home. Following lunch, we love to bike to Gibson Beach (239 Gibson

Lane, Sagaponack) to enjoy rosé with friends and watch my son Lucas fish until the sun sets. At the end of the day, we go home for a communal meal with fresh vegetables from MariLee’s Farmstand (Sagg Main St., Sagaponack, 631-537-0070) or FreeBird chicken. I love to close out the day by either entertaining in our home or occasionally binge-watching the latest TV series.” The 2017 Rita Hayworth Gala takes place on October 24th at Cipriani 42nd Street in NYC; visit alz.org for more info.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY NIKKI SIMON (SIMON); COURTESY OF ESPRESSO DA ASPORTO (RESTAURANT); BRIDGET ELKIN (STORE); BODIE PYNDUS (FRUITS)

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