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Memorial Day 2014 126 Harlow in the Hamptons

Richie Notar introduces Harlow East, a nautical incarnation of his NYC restaurant on the waterfront in Sag Harbor.

32 Landmark 62 From the Editor-in-Chief 64 From the Publisher

81 Invited 104 The List 106 The To-Do List

People 118 Father Earth A tireless environmental philanthropist, Dan Lufkin reflects on preserving the Hamptons landscape.

122 Making A Splash Halsey McKay Gallery’s Ryan Wallace is championing the next generation of East End artists—himself included.

124 A Vision for Change Actress Jennifer Esposito’s struggles with celiac disease inspired her new book and bakery.

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126 Harlow in the Hamptons Restaurateur Richie Notar opens a Hamptons outpost of his popular NYC eatery in Sag Harbor.

128 Solid Partnership Isaac Ross and Morgan Curtis team up for Solid & Striped’s new women’s swim collection, available at Tenet.

130 Chasing the Sun Simone Levinson recalls her most precious Hamptons memories.

134 Shep Forward The subject of Mike Myers’s documentary Supermensch, Shep Gordon gives Hamptons a behind-the-scenes tell-all.

138 Home Base For more than a decade, fashion designer Nicole Miller has given her support to the Southampton Fresh Air Home.

140 One for the Books The Steven J. Ross Scholarship at the Ross School helps provide a world-class education to students in need.

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66 …Without Whom This Issue Would Not Have Been Possible

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168 On the Hook

Chefs Joe Realmuto and Sam McClelland prepare a sea bass crudo from the day’s local catch.

Culture 148 Conversation Pieces Artistic Director Scott Schwartz kicks off his first season at the Bay Street Theatre with a season of sensational—and scandalous—productions.

150 Pucker Up Artist Colin Selig’s Lips Bench adds a kiss of cool to the LongHouse Reserve’s “Exteriors” exhibition.

Taste 158 Sterling Character Silver’s in Southampton sates hungry Hamptonites with a delectable menu of lobster rolls and BLTs.

162 Hamptons on the Half-Shell Eric Ripert selects his favorite local seafood purveyors.

164 All-American From Navy Beach to Bostwick’s, the East End offers a plethora of twists on the classic clambake.

Fire up the barbecue and follow chef Marc Murphy’s recipe for delicious soft-shell crabs.

168 On the Hook Chefs Sam McClelland and Joe Realmuto create a seafood lunch from the day’s fresh, local catch.

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166 Grill Time

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Memorial Day 2014 194 Effortless Elegance

Aerin Lauder transformed her grandmother’s home in the Hamptons into a reflection of her own refined style.

Treasures 188 Hello, Sunshine Kate Spade New York, under the creative vision of Deborah Lloyd, opens its doors in East Hampton.

192 Closer to Fin

194 Effortless Elegance Aerin Lauder reflects on her family’s long-standing Hamptons traditions and what’s new for her eponymous Southampton boutique.

200 Top It Off Lola’s naturally woven raffia beach hats are updated with cool, colorful hues.

202 In With the Old Vilebrequin introduces a swim collection for women. Plus, the latest styles from Blue 1, The Perfect Purse, and Sylvester & Co.

206 Do It Like Doonan

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Shark wrangler Bella Ornaf turns found shark teeth into gilded statement necklaces.

Author and Barneys New York Creative Ambassador Simon Doonan curates a colorful life in and around Shelter Island.

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208 The Tress Master Bianka Lefferts of 27 Hampton Salon offers a new VIP program in her Southampton space.

210 Treasure Trove Max ID NY Gallery is where to go to find a global array of one-of-a-kind home accents.

214 Earthly Treasures Stone-dial timepieces are reminiscent of the sand and sky of the Hamptons.

Features 228 Model Mom America’s Got Talent, Project Runway, and a number of fashion collaborations— Heidi Klum has a lot on her plate. It’s no wonder that, when she has free time, she chooses to spend it relaxing in the Hamptons with her four children.

234 The Grand Landowners

240 The Daily Grind One of the latest perks of living in the Hamptons—a variety of artisanal coffees, served by seasoned baristas, can be had at many of our local coffee houses.

188 Hello, Sunshine

Kate Spade New York opens a new boutique of East End-inspired pieces in East Hampton.

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An exclusive first look inside Michael Shnayerson’s new tome from Assouline, The Big Book of the Hamptons.

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246 Pure Shores From nautical stripes to funky florals, this season’s fashions take inspiration from the best the Hamptons has to offer.

228 Model Mom

Heidi Klum enjoys spirited afternoons with her family during visits to the East End. Halter dress with large sash, Juan Carlos Obando ($3,125). Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-826-8900; barneys.com. 18k yellow-gold and diamond Love bracelet, Cartier ($10,700). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-3200; cartier.us. Rustic green diamond marquis studs ($3,167) and baguette knife-edge ring band with white diamonds ($1,600), Lizzie Mandler. lizzie mandler.com

256 Friends or Foes When the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation classified the area’s beloved mute swans as an invasive species, Hamptonites were quick to take a stand on the issue.

260 Culture Cliques Nacho, Jayma, Kipton, and Vito—a look at 100 of the Hamptons’ rising stars.

Haute Property 303 Redefining the Lines Architects Diana Agrest and Mario Gandelsonas’s one-of-a-kind home in Sagaponack isn’t right for just anyone, but has everyone talking.

306 Renovate or Rebuild? East End real estate experts debate the merits of saving a classic home or starting anew on valuable oceanfront property.

312 New Frontier

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Find the best in indoor and outdoor home accents, including pieces at Sea Green Designs and Marders.

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Memorial Day 2014 240 The Daily Grind

Sample a variety of coffee blends from around the globe, here, in the Hamptons.

316 In Bloom Zoe Hoare introduces a new line of fabrics, exploding with lush hydrangea, at Bridgehampton mainstay, English Country Antiques.

322 Pro Natural Keep your grass, your family, and the Hamptons at large, healthier with chemical-free lawn care.

326 Flowers for Philanthropy

330 Water World Hamptons brokers Erica Grossman and Michael Schultz discuss the areas currently popular with East End buyers.

The Guide 355 Savory Scoops Discover Blue Hill Farm’s unique farm-fresh yogurt varieties like beet, sweet potato, and tomato.

356 Foraged Feasts Hamptons restaurants are finding the freshest ingredients, right in their own backyards.

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358 Bits and Bites Welcome these new restaurants and lounges to the South Fork epicurean scene.

362 New in Town This summer ushers Joe Fresh, La Perla, Zimmermann, and several others into our already fashionable shopping scene.

364 Haute Hideaways The East End’s luxurious hotels offer a welcoming respite.

366 Party Time! Host a soirée for the youngest social set at one of these Hamptons hot spots.

370 Lawn Party The grass is always greener… under the care of these South Fork landscape designers.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG

Craig James Socia’s Amagansett garden was one of the highlights of last year’s ARF Garden Tour.

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English Country Antiques’ Zoe Hoare captures the area’s most popular blossoms in a new line of fabrics.

376 Chic Shape Tone up for the summer at one of these many new fitness offerings.

378 Time to Redefine A look at everything new and notable on the North Shore.

And Finally… 390 Top-Down Days Diana Frank recalls warm summer days in her Mustang convertible.

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Chef Eric Ripert is quite possibly one of the most generous chefs I know, and his NYC restaurant, Le Bernardin, is one of the best seafood restaurants in the world. In this issue, he divulges where he buys his fresh, local catch.

With the always charming and handsomely turned out Richie Notar, who opened his restaurant Harlow this summer in Sag Harbor.

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:

On the sands of our beachy-keen fashion shoot with photographer Jason McDonald, stylist Michelle McCool, and model Nadejda Savcova; with Heidi Klum at a cocktail party celebrating her 2011 Hamptons magazine cover; Simon Doonan and I chill out at his home on Shelter Island.

We’ve all been ravenous for the season to start after what was a simply brutal winter. With chart-topping snowstorms well into spring, it’s understandable that we crave a little unabashed fun. And who better to do that with than Heidi Klum? The stunning supermodel graced the cover of our Fourth of July issue in 2011—the biggest issue in Hamptons’ 35-year history—so we were excited to sit down with her again to hear about her new projects and East End favorites. I can’t think of a more fitting way to welcome a new Hamptons season. This year I celebrate my five-year anniversary as editor-in-chief of Hamptons. What makes it a joy to bring it to you, week after week, is that we’re creating issues that celebrate the very best days of our lives. Our Hamptons community is the site of endless family memories. For me, that includes my daughter, Sadie, playing on the beach at the end of Ocean Road, taking in sunsets over Long Beach with my husband, David, and spending many, many mornings eating breakfast as a family at Bridgehampton Candy Kitchen. Follow me on Twitter I adore days at the beach followed by @samanthayanks and on quiet evenings at home, albeit they hamptons-magazine.com. happen a bit too infrequently as the ever-devoted Hamptons team explores the community to bring our readers everything new and notable. For example, in this issue, we chat with restaurateur Richie Notar, who opened Harlow on the wharf in Sag Harbor, and the designers behind Zimmermann and Kate Spade—two in a long fashionable list of retailers opening their doors in East Hampton. Also in this issue we guide you through every new restaurant, fitness class, and boutique—from pop-ups to those planning on becoming year-rounders. In a town filled with super-connected people, we’re thrilled to launch the season with neighbors such as Simon Doonan, whose sassy style made him the perfect subject for our newly introduced “Social Network” column; chefs Eric Ripert and Marc Murphy, who divulge their secret go-to places to buy fresh, local seafood; Southamptonite Dan Lufkin, who opens up in his first interview since the passing of his philanthropist wife, Cynthia Lufkin, last July; and Alina Cho, who interviews Aerin Lauder at the iconic Estée Lauder estate as she celebrates the second season of her Southampton shop. Happy Memorial Day weekend!

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY EUGENE GOLOGURSKY (NOTAR, KLUM); JANETTE PELLEGRINI/GETTY IMAGES (RIPERT)

Here’s looking at you, summer 2014!

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FROM THE PUBLISHER

Erica Ford and I were honored at East End Hospice’s annual Valentine salon luncheon for Camp Good Grief.

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Celebrating the start of the season with London Jewelers President Candy Udell. LEFT: At our first real estate roundtable at The Watermill Center, with Michael Braverman and the experts John Kean, Gary DePersia, Stuart Disston, Michaela Keszler, David Yarom, Michael Derrig, and Adam Miller.

I’m so happy that it’s finally Memorial Day weekend! For years I spent winters apprehensive about the “busy season,” when Hamptons magazine’s weekly publishing schedule shifts into high gear. But this year I made a resolution to embrace what I find challenging. The truth is, I love being “in season” when I’m in the midst of it. I also love the event planning, the creativity of our team, and the art of structuring each issue. Instead of fearing the pace and workload, I relish it and approach it with good energy and a renewed sense of gladness and gratitude. This year we have created many new events, strategic partnerships, and platforms, and we are working even more closely with our clients and partners to bring you the very best season yet—in print, online, and in town. We will be connecting our magazine with artists and their works, writers and their books, and the philanFollow me on Twitter thropic endeavors of our communities’ @debrahalpert and on leaders. We will create elegant and hamptons-magazine.com. relevant events that make our readers feel special. We are focused on raising the bar and creating an excellent resource that continually celebrates this incredible community. This summer, look for exciting programs such as our Hamptons Magazine Blend of coffee at Hampton Coffee Company; our philanthropically driven surfboard and art program that we will bring to life all around the Hamptons; our Charitybuzz sponsorship program; as well as all of our seamless collaborations with local luxury businesses, restaurants, and hotels. More than ever before you will see how we connect, captivate, and celebrate the Hamptons with consciousness—and create fun and excitement while doing so! Enjoy this Memorial Day weekend, embrace the summer season with joy as I will, and I’ll see you in town.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY JANETTE PELLEGRINI (CHALONER); SARAH MERIANS PHOTOGRAPHY (FORD); ERIC STRIFFLER (ROUNDTABLE)

Hamptons magazine hosted its sixth annual Local Business Seminar with speakers Bob Chaloner, president and chief executive officer of Southampton Hospital; Southampton Mayor Mark Epley; Coppy Holzman, CEO of Charitybuzz; and Hampton Coffee Company’s Jason Belkin.

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Nicole Miller Nicole Miller’s designs have been worn by Angelina Jolie, Beyoncé, and Blake Lively. She lives with her husband in New York City and Sag Harbor and writes about her contribution to Southampton Fresh Air Home in “Spirit of Generosity” on page 138. How did you get involved with SFAH? I

initially became involved through my friends. Whenever I visit the Home, I am so impressed by what they do to help children. What are you looking forward to this summer in the Hamptons? Wakeboarding for sure! I

am also looking forward to the farmers market and entertaining. What are some of your summer must-haves? Wet suits, moccasins, racer-back swimsuits, spray sunblock, and lots of lip balm.

Paula de la Cruz Paula de la Cruz is a graduate of The New York Botanical Garden School of Professional Horticulture. Her articles have appeared in The New York Times and New York Magazine. In this issue she writes about organic lawn care on page 322.

What does your friendship with Heidi mean to you? How lucky am I to work with

the sublime Heidi Klum? Even as we are about to begin our 13th season of Project Runway, I’m still starstruck in her presence. In fact, I frequently have out-of-body experiences during which I say to myself, “I, Tim Gunn, am standing next to Heidi Klum!” When people ask, “Is Heidi really as nice as she seems?” I respond, “All that you need to know is that every crew member adores her. And crew members don’t suffer fools gladly!” What is the most memorable moment you have shared with Heidi? It was at the 2013 Emmy Awards—

we won! We won in the category Best Host, Reality Competition. Heidi and I rushed to the stage, accepted our trophies from Neil Patrick Harris, and babbled something unintelligible from the podium. Memorable!

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East Hampton is a pioneer in native species conservation, allowing only a percentage of privately owned parcels to be cleared and planted with nonnative plants. Other parts of the Hamptons and North Fork communities have been planting native meadows and organic vegetable gardens for years.

Michelle McCool Michelle McCool is a fashion stylist and creative director to fashion brands, celebrities, and Fortune 500 companies. Her work has appeared in Allure, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Shape. She styled this issue’s fashion feature on page 246. How was your experience styling the fashion feature? It was a delight. We

wanted to create a retro beach-babe vibe. The most memorable part of any beach shoot is capturing the last bit of light before night falls. What are some of your must-have items for summer? Aurélie Bidermann

jewelry, Zimmermann bikinis, Valentino flat sandals, and I love wearing Tory Burch scarves with pom-poms in my hair, around my neck, and as a pareu.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DARIO CANTATORE/GETTY IMAGES (MILLER)

Tim Gunn The Emmy Award–winning cohost and mentor on Project Runway, Tim Gunn is also the author of Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible: The Fascinating History of Everything in Your Closet, among other titles. The Fashion Dean at Kate Spade & Company, he interviews cover star Heidi Klum on page 228.

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Michael Shnayerson Michael Shnayerson is a longtime contributing editor to Vanity Fair and has lived in Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton for more than 20 years. He writes about his new tome, The Big Book of the Hamptons (Assouline), on page 234. What is your favorite piece written about the Hamptons? Of all the Hamptons stories

I’ve done, the one I most enjoyed writing was about the White family of Sagaponack and their epic legal struggle to hold on to their land. To me, it really epitomizes the Hamptons’ greatest conflict and challenge— and it’s not over yet. What are you looking forward to this summer? Moving into my new house in Sag Harbor—I’ve always wanted a house within walking distance of the village, and now we have one!

Diana Frank Diana Frank is a photographer who splits her time between Bridgehampton and NYC with her husband and two children, Aidan and Avery. She contributes this week’s column “The End...” on page 390. What is your favorite restaurant on the East End? I love Pierre’s in Bridgehampton

Alina Cho After spending nearly a decade as a CNN correspondent, Alina Cho is now an editor-at-large at Ballantine Bantam Dell and curates, co-edits, and cowrites books on style and fashion. She interviews Aerin Lauder for “Style by the Sea” on page 194. How did you first meet Aerin Lauder? I

remember the first time I visited Aerin’s house in the Hamptons, and as I walked down her long driveway, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but I was so pleasantly surprised to find a warm and casual group of people in a beautiful space. What are you looking forward to this summer? I love grabbing a cappuccino in the morning at the bar at Sant Ambroeus, and I’m hoping to get out to The Lobster Roll for a frozen lemonade. This season, my friend and trainer, Anna Kaiser, is opening up a studio in Southampton, so I look forward to dancing at AKT inMotion every weekend.

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for croissants in the morning and perfect French bistro fare in the evenings. Where do you like to take your kids? The Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge is so special and beautiful; the kids love to hand-feed the black-capped chickadees. There are also a few little freshwater lakes between Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton that you can fish.

Eric Ripert Sag Harbor’s Eric Ripert is an award-winning chef, author, and television personality. His restaurant Le Bernardin in New York City has been ranked among the best restaurants in the world. In this issue, Ripert lists his favorite spots for seafood on page 162. What are you looking forward to the most this summer in the Hamptons?

Seeing family and friends. Everyone is always so busy in the city; I find that I really spend quality time with my loved ones here. What is one of your must-have items for the summer? A new grill. There is nothing better than cooking outdoors, barefoot, and surrounded by friends and family. What is your favorite place in the Hamptons? My hammock!

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Zev Starr-Tambor A cinematic and fashion photographer, Zev Starr-Tambor’s work has appeared in campaigns for Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Sephora and L’Oréal Paris. This issue, he shot portraits for “Beach Patrol” (page 126), “Native” (page 130), and “Style by the Sea” (page 194). Tell us more about your shoot with Aerin Lauder for “Style by the Sea.” I shot Alina and Aerin on a

gorgeous late-spring day—two beautiful people in the gorgeous afternoon light in Sagaponack, a perfect way to start the summer. Why do you love shooting in the Hamptons? I grew up in the east

and have since traveled all over Europe, Africa, and the US making images. Nothing rivals the combination of talented subjects and the stunning vistas we have out here. My favorite images are always made close to home.

Gina Hadley Gina Hadley is a longtime resident of Sag Harbor and has spent the past two summers working with the Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum Board to raise funds to restore its Benjamin Huntting house. She penned this issue’s “Landmark” on the restoration on page 32. What are you looking forward to this summer? Late afternoon at Sagg Main Beach, sharing a six-pack of Montauk Pale Ale with my husband, and watching my kids swim in that magical long light only found on Long Island. What is your favorite place in the Hamptons? I love the experience of buying fresh fare at a farm stand and cooking a meal for friends, so it would have to be my kitchen table.

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Doug Young Doug Young is a photo editor and the principal photographer of Edible Long Island. He is also a regular contributor to Newsday and Hamptons Cottages & Gardens. Young shot local artisanal coffee shops for the feature on page 240. What stood out about this shoot? Seeing and smelling the roasting machine in action at Hampton Coffee Company was really a treat and a fascinating process to document. Sagtown is a hidden gem in Sag Harbor, and it inspired me to learn how to play chess, write a novel, and join café society. Where in the Hamptons would be an ideal backdrop for your next shoot? Louse Point in Springs is unique in

that it almost feels like Arizona, while the planted fields of Rye near Scuttle Hole Road turn a beautiful green in the summer.

Sylvie Bigar Sylvie Bigar is a Manhattan- and Bridgehampton-based food and travel writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Saveur and National Geographic Traveler. She recently coauthored Daniel Boulud’s new book, Daniel: My French Cuisine (Grand Central Life & Style). In this issue, Bigar explored the local coffee scene (page 240). What was most memorable about writing this piece? It was

truly moving to connect with coffee farmer Ric Hariyanto. I was sipping my cappuccino at Hampton Coffee Company, and he was calling me from Java, Indonesia, on the other side of the globe. What are you most looking forward to this summer in the Hamptons? I can’t wait for

the sunny Hamptons tomatoes, the epitome of summer.

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The 29th annual Guild Hall Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards took place on March 10 at Sotheby’s New York. Alec Baldwin served as master of ceremonies for the star-studded evening, which honored Barbara Walters for literary arts and media, Blythe Danner for performing arts, Philippe de Montebello for visual arts, and Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder for leadership and philanthropy. The awards were presented by notables Alan Alda, Bob Balaban, Ann Tenenbaum, and Michael Lynne. Marty Cohen

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A stylish set—heeled in Jimmy Choo, of course—gathered at Christie’s private galleries on May 2 to preview the sale of impressionist and modern art along with the new Jimmy Choo Made-toOrder service. Guests, such as Olivia Chantecaille, Valerie Boster, Meredith Melling-Burke, Martha Hunt, Lauren Remington Platt, Eugenia Gonzalez Ruiz-Olloqui, and Lady Liliana Cavendish, browsed the collection, which included property from Edgar M. Bronfman’s New York estate. Elettra Wiedemann, Shirin von Wulffen, and Lydia Fenet served as cohosts.

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Parrish Art Museum Spring Fling In support of the museum’s educational programs for children, the Parrish Art Museum hosted its annual Spring Fling on April 5. The evening featured an art detective scavenger hunt as well as a silent auction with prizes like VIP tickets to Live with Kelly & Michael, a surfboard from Island Riders, and VIP tent passes to The Hampton Classic. Local band Noiz supplied the music, while guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and wines and spirits from Niche Import Co. and Alpha Noble Vodka. Southampton Publick House provided ales; Hamptons H 2 O provided bottled water.

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LongHouse Reserve hosted its annual Winter Benefit at the Museum of Arts and Design on February 14. Two-time Tony Award–winning choreographer and dance legend Bill T. Jones not only choreographed a special performance, but also joined dancers onstage. The performance was followed by an intimate dinner hosted at Adelaide de Menil’s Gainsborough home overlooking Central Park. The stylish crowd included LongHouse Reserve President Dianne Benson, Executive Director Matko Tomicic, Michael Halsband, Katie Baldwin, Jeffrey Podolsky, Hala and James Salomon, John Driscoll, William Sofield, and Jo Ann Secor and Lee Skolnick.

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On April 8, more than 350 stylish guests gathered at Tao Downtown to support the American Heart Association at its junior committee kickoff event for the 18th Annual Hamptons Heart Ball, to take place on June 28. Guests congratulated this year’s Heart Ball honorees Dr. Leonard Girardi of New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center, who will be awarded the Distinguished Service award, and Samuel L. Stanley Jr., president of Stony Brook University, with the Distinguished Leadership award.

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Honoring artist Vik Muniz and Time Warner Inc., ArtsConnection’s 35th anniversary benefit raised an impressive $1 million on April 24. Award-winning CNN anchor Don Lemon served as master of ceremonies, while Sarah Jessica Parker made a special presentation to ArtsConnection Executive Director Steven Tennen. Emily and Harold Ford Jr., Linda and Morton Janklow, Lisa and Richard Plepler, Tracey and Robert Pruzan, and Paula and Fareed Zakaria sat as event cochairs.

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On April 9, over 100 guests gathered at Southampton Inn to celebrate Hamptons’ sixth annual Local Business Seminar. What started in 2009 as a way to foster a sense of community during the economic downturn has become one of the most important business events on the East End. Hosted by Dede Gotthelf Moan, the breakfast included prominent local leaders including Southampton Mayor Mark Epley, Southampton Hospital President and CEO Robert S. Chaloner, Hampton Coffee Company co-owner Jason Belkin, and Charitybuzz founder, chairman, and CEO Coppy Holzman. The seminar also celebrated the launch of Hampton Coffee Company’s Hamptons Caption will Magazine go here tk.Blend, which benefits East End Hospice. Frederico Azevedo and Dr. Elliot Weiss

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Stony Brook University alum, dedicated conservationist, and lemur expert Dr. Patricia C. Wright was honored at Stony Brook Foundation’s annual gala at New York’s Chelsea Piers. 650 attendees raised over $4 million to support student scholarships and a global health initiative in Madagascar. The crowd enjoyed a special tribute video from supporters Morgan Freeman, narrator of the IMAX documentary Island of Lemurs: Madagascar, and Drew Fellman, the film’s writer and producer.

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Stars of Stony Brook Gala

Drew Fellman

A jungle-themed bar at Chelsea Piers.

John Weidman, P. Seth Bauer, Will Pomerantz, Jessica Brickman, and Emily Simoness at a reading for The May Queen.

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Bay Street Theatre New Works Festival Bruce T. Sloane, Jill Rappaport, Tracy Mitchell, and Doug Petri Mary Bacon

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Bay Street Theatre held its first annual New Works Festival at the Sag Harbor theatre, which featured readings of new plays by a selection of emerging playwrights from all over New York. A panel discussion of authors hosted by award-winning writer John Weidman explored issues specific to contemporary playwrights and was followed by a cocktail reception, which gave audience members a chance to mix and mingle with the featured artists.

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East End Hospice Valentine Salon Luncheon

More than 200 guests came together to celebrate, shop, and raise funds for Camp Good Grief, a free summer day camp sponsored by East End Hospice, at the organization’s 15th annual Valentine Salon Luncheon. Since its inception in 1997, the luncheon has raised over $1 million and hosted more than 1,300 children at their weeklong camp. This year, Lynda Baquero of NBC4 returned as emcee and awarded the Good Heart Award to Erica Ford, founder of Life Camp. The stunning ballroom at 583 Park Avenue.

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Riverkeeper’s Fishermen’s Ball

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This year’s Fishermen’s Ball featured a special presentation by Riverkeeper’s chief prosecuting attorney Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who spoke about the organization’s efforts toward keeping the Hudson River viable as a crucial water source. Good Morning America’s George Stephanopoulos presented the Big Fish award to Chelsea Clinton for her specialized mission in the recovery of New York City communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy as well as SolarCity, a renewable energy provider. Guests did their part by riding SoulCycle bikes to power cell phone charging stations and the event’s sound system.

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Love Heals Gala

Love Heals, the Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education, raised over $600,000 at its annual gala. John Demsey, group president of The EstĂŠe Lauder Companies and chairman of the MAC AIDS Fund; Bronson van Wyck, founder of Workshop of the World; and Dannijo cofounders Danielle Snyder and Jodie Snyder Morel were honored for their philanthropic work in protecting the next generation of New Yorkers from HIV and AIDS.

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Small bites of cucumber and smoked roll and foie gras with smoked trout, duck prosciutto, and hibiscus gelé.

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Guests enjoyed a truffle-themed supper at three-Michelin-starred restaurant Daniel while raising more than $828,000 to support Citymeals-onWheels in its mission to provide food deliveries to 18,000 of the city’s homebound elderly. World-renowned chef Daniel Boulud was joined by fellow culinary masters chef Régis Marcon and his sons, Jacques and Paul Marcon. Lisa Rosenblum, Sonya Starr, and Suri Kasirer

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T he List Memorial day 2014

Scarlett Johansson

Harald Grant

Jimmy Fallon

Megan Leary

Esteban Saba

Debbie Huneken

Jay Z

Noah Leichtling

John Kean

Bruce Tait

Preston Bailey

Lisa McCarthy

Harvey Ross

Alan Rish

Ian Browne

Jen Stark

Ted Conklin

Alicia Longwell

Ani DiFranco

Mark Lieb

Jeffrey Collé

Matthew Leone

Toni Ross

Michelle Farmer

Jay Decker

David Loewenberg

Richard Scoffier

David Rockwell

Kristina VanKeuren

Cynthia Beck

Jonathan Rapillo

Evie Falci

Deborah Srb

Andrianna Shamaris

Lee Skolnick

Jayma Cardoso

Jay Galluzzo

Paul Masi

James DeMartis

Stacey Fraser

Adam Miller

Oren Alexander

Matisse Patterson

Scott Campbell

Darius Yektai

Wally Ganzi

Donatella Arpaia

Kelsey Brookes

David Hilty

Dorothy Herman

William Sofield

Ann Marie Borghese

Roberta Freymann

Patrick Dawson

Jean Pagliuso

Nico Yektai

Kathleen King

Ian Duke

John Houshmand

Bhakti Baxter

Diego Pesoa

Scott Jarzombek

Justin Browne

Amy Hase

Blaze Makoid

Lawrence Scott

Stephanie Odegard

Randy Kolhoff

Julian Beck

Steve Miller

Sian Gordon

Félix Bonilla Gerena

Tim Davis

Margaret Spaniolo

Bethany Mayer

Jeri Woodhouse

Nancy Passaretti

Andrea Correale

Harry Bates

Gerry Hayden

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the to-do List Hamptons Highlights: May 23–June 12 See Garret Dillahunt and Sarah Paulson star in Conviction at Bay Street Theatre, directed by new Artistic Director Scott Schwartz. baystreet.org Work up a sweat at Flywheel and FlyBarre in Sag Harbor and East Hampton, then browse their new workout wear. flywheelsports.com Take in Swedish artist Josefin Hardinger’s first stateside exhibit at c/o The Maidstone. themaidstone.com Help local charities by shopping Southampton Shop Hop the first Friday of each month. southampton chamber.com

Summer F un

Hamptons season has officially started, and what better way to celebrate than grabbing your favorite summer tote and heading to a beloved beach spot? Try pedaling your way there this season on Martone Cycling Co.’s marvelously monochromatic electric bike (which can be snapped up alongside some other activity accoutrements at SunBarth in Southampton). Everyone always needs some brand-new beachwear to kick-start the season—look no further than Everything But Water in East Hampton, where you can find a sophisticated, sporty suit, such as Vitamin A’s vivacious Cannes cropped rash guard. Also be sure to check out Intermix’s exclusive Gray Malin x Almond Surfboards collaboration in Southampton. With great patterns and bold hues, these picks are surely a solid way to stand out and style up the start of your season. H

Rio de Janeiro Sandia fish surfboard, Gray Malin x Almond Surfboards ($1,849). Intermix, 64 Main St., Southampton, 283-8510; intermixonline.com

Marton-E electric bike, Martone Cycling Co. ($2,900). SunBarth, 53 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 873-4121; martonecycling.com

Seafolly Coastline rash guard, Vitamin A ($111). Everything But Water, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-5693; everythingbutwater.com

Refresh your pantry with the new South Fork & Spoon food concierge service. southforkandspoon.com Celebrate with a glass of Wölffer Estate Vineyard’s recently launched Dry Rosé Cider. wolffer.com Stock up on fitness pieces from the new Alala line at the just-opened Bandier. bandier.com

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Dan Lufkin won the prestigious Audubon Medal this year for his achievements in conservation and environmental protection.

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Father Earth A LEADING PHILANTHROPIST, CONSERVATIONIST, AND ENTREPRENEUR, DAN LUFKIN LOOKS TO PRESERVING THE HAMPTONS AND THE CANCER CENTER DEDICATED IN HIS LATE WIFE’S MEMORY. BY R. COURI HAY PHOTOGRAPHY BY SARI GOODFRIEND

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ntrepreneur, equestrian, environmentalist, author, banker, Dan get diminishing returns the higher the value of the land goes. People will Lufkin has held a variety of titles over his 50-plus-years career. recognize the need to do something. Ten, 20 years ago, giving away land This year he adds Audubon Medal winner for outstanding achieve- to conservation was something that people were saying, ‘What are you ment in the field of conservation and environmental protection to his talking about?’ Today, they’re saying, ‘Maybe it’s something I should be many accolades. Since 1947, only 53 people have received the award; giving careful consideration to.’” It’s something he himself has done. Lufkin first came to the Hamptons notable winners include Ted Turner, Robert Redford, and the Rockefeller family. “The medal is usually called prestigious; I call it meaningful,” in 1962 and built a small three-bedroom colonial on Meadow Lane in says Lufkin, one of the cofounders of Earth Day, a global movement cel- Southampton. Eventually, he relocated his family to Amagansett and a ebrated every April 22 to promote action for a healthy, sustainable stately property called Shipwreck Lane near Hither Hills State Park. “We owned land there and gave it all away to the Peconic Land Trust and planet. “It really is given for results, not just for fluff.” It would be hard to find “fluff” in Lufkin’s résumé: Connecticut’s first kept an acre to build on,” says Lufkin. However, not all of Lufkin’s philanthropy work Commissioner of the Department of Environmental has been targeted toward the environment. Protection, he served on the boards of The Nature Together, with his late wife, Cynthia, they founded Conservancy, National Park Foundation, the the Cynthia Lufkin Fitness and Seminar Room at Environmental Defense Fund, and established the Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Evelyn H. Lauder Breast Dan W. Lufkin Prize for Environmental Leadership Center in 2008, a testament to their commitment to in 2013 to recognize conservationists not normally improve the quality of life of others afflicted with in the spotlight. Locally, Lufkin was instrumental in cancer. It’s his work with the center and the couple’s helping establish the Peconic Land Trust’s $2 million two children, Daniel Patrick, 5, and Aster Lee, 8, Trust Fund for the Environment. “A great deal has that has helped Lufkin deal with Cynthia’s passing been done [to save the farmlands and wetlands in the Hamptons] and more will get done,” says Lufkin. “You continued on page 120 —DAN LUFKIN

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SOCIAL STUDIES Dan Lufkin plays with his dogs at his Amagansett house.

continued from page 119 in July 2013. “I didn’t let Cynthia go,” he says of coping with her death. “That’s not a great answer, but for me it was more successful than anything else I tried. I also had a big advantage—I was raising kids. That’s not only a full-time job, but it’s also a great reason for being active and involved not coming apart.” Listed in the Centennial Edition of The Wall Street Journal as one of “100 Men in the World: People Who Influenced Our Daily Business,” Lufkin cofounded investment bank Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (DLJ) before eventually selling the firm to Credit Suisse in what he describes as “a lousy deal” in 2000. “It was the wrong deal at the wrong time for the wrong reasons to the wrong party,” he says. “I, unfortunately, did not have the absolute last say in it. I was not operating head of DLJ when it was sold, and the people who sold it were driven by, in my judgment, personal greed and not what was good for the future of the company. The proof of that pudding is that one year after Credit Suisse bought DLJ, 70 percent of the [employees] that went along with the deal were gone.” Outside of the office, the former Marine who attended Yale and Harvard Business School on the GI Bill, was an avid equestrian. “You can dissuade yourself from wanting to be a cowboy very quickly by spending a winter on the ranch in Oregon counting out 1,500 mother cows,” says Lufkin, who still breeds quarter horses and is a member of the National Cutting Horse Association Hall of Fame. “I’ve always wanted to be a cowboy, but I didn’t always recognize that this was no pile of cherries.” Even today, the executive still finds himself too busy for retirement. “I do the same things now that I’ve always done,” he says. “I work on things that I feel are valid and worthwhile. I am still involved in venture capital and entrepreneurship, and I want to spend as much time as I can with my two young kids.” H

POWER POINTS *his east end restaurant: “Fresno—you can’t beat the margaritas; then you move on to one of the best steaks in the Hamptons; top it off with wonderful service and friendship, and it makes for a great evening.”

“All of us in the equities business are concerned with return on investments, but we’re missing the main animal here and that’s the return on life. You must balance what you’re doing with the harmony of life, the values that are important.”

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“In the old days it was a business of people, a business of trust, a business of honor, and it was a community you were proud to be a part of. I’m not sure I would be proud to be part of today’s community.”

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BEACH PATROL Founder of Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton, Ryan Wallace is an artist himself.

the seriousness of it,” says Wallace, whose “Omega Point” paintings are on view through June 15 in the “Dazed and Confused” group exhibition at Eric Firestone Gallery (4 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 6042386; ericfirestonegallery.com). “The work is both earnest and acknowledging the hubris of those kinds of ideas. At the end of the day, it’s also just a painting.” If Wallace seems remarkably adept at inhabiting multiple perspectives, it is because he has had plenty of experience doing so. He studied illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design and pursued a career as an illustrator Artist to watch: Matt Kenny, after graduation. Soon he was racking up whose work is awards while balancing a part-time design the subject of a job at Nickelodeon magazine—but something solo exhibition didn’t add up. “I liked problem solving and opening June 7 quickly making a picture, but I didn’t want to at Halsey McKay. do the big commercial things,” says Wallace. Perks of East Hampton: “Just He decided to keep the magazine job and walking to my devote the rest of his time to personal work. studio in Brooklyn, “I gave myself a year to just do whatever I you’re so in the wanted to do in my studio. And that led, very thick of the New slowly, to figuring out where I fit.” York art world. Out here, you’re A final push into the fine art world came in just working.” 2004, a few years before the first of his two children was born. He decided to rent a studio in East Hampton, where his wife, chef Casey Laytin, worked over the summers at an organic food market (today she is a private chef in the area). “I didn’t have any real roots here until I had the studio,” explains Wallace. It was around that same time that he launched a second career, as codirector of an art gallery. Wallace partnered with Hilary Schaffner, who also happens to be Laytin’s best friend (the three went to high school together), to launch Halsey McKay. The East Hampton NOT ONLY DOES RYAN WALLACE REPRESENT RISING ART gallery, which combines the maiden names of Schaffner and Wallace’s respective maternal grandSTARS AT HALSEY MCKAY, HIS GALLERY IN EAST HAMPTON, mothers, is notable for its roster of emerging artists, BUT HE’S ALSO A STANDOUT HIMSELF, WITH WORKS IN A such as Joseph Hart, Colby Bird, and Rachel Foullon. GROUP SHOW AT ERIC FIRESTONE GALLERY. BY STEPHANIE MURG Running a gallery could make some artists cynical, but not Wallace. “It has reaffirmed for me that the rtist Ryan Wallace creates work that embraces both the grand theo- most interesting work out there is original voices and that you can’t tailor ries of modern physics and the kookiest New Age concepts, using what you do to a commercial market,” he says. “I learned a lot about materials that range from oil paint and ink to automotive tints and rejection [as an illustrator]. It gave me a really thick skin, so that by the scraps of other paintings. The resulting paintings, drawings, collages, time I did want to enter the gallery world, I wasn’t fazed by rejection—or and sculpture are abstract—and mesmerizing. “Turning a crazy, elegant, or at least I didn’t take it personally.” Halsey McKay Gallery, 79 Newtown spiritual idea into something that has more of a disco-pop sensibility negates Lane, East Hampton, 604-5770; halseymckay.com H

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BEACH PATROL Actress Jennifer Esposito finds peace in the clean air and fresh food of the Hamptons.

INSIGHT Travel treats: Esposito’s NYC bakery will ship its gluten-free goodies nationwide starting this month.

ACTRESS AND EAST HAMPTONITE JENNIFER ESPOSITO DETAILS HER STRUGGLES WITH CELIAC DISEASE IN A NEW BOOK OUT THIS MONTH. BY JULIET IZON

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ntil recently, pretending to be healthy was actress Jennifer Esposito’s most difficult role. For years she struggled with a battery of symptoms, including acute sinus headaches and constant stomach problems. She shuttled from doctor to doctor, none of whom could provide her with adequate treatment. Then, five years ago, she was finally diagnosed with Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder whose chief symptom is an inability to digest gluten. That summer, coincidentally, was Esposito’s first extended trip to the Hamptons. “Right after my diagnosis, my friend invited me to come visit,” she says. “I didn’t realize that it was so serene and beautiful.” Since then, Esposito has returned every year and gives credit to East Hampton and its peacefulness for helping her cope with her illness. “The air is just so clean right by the beach,” she says. “It’s heaven.” The selfprofessed “food maniac” also enjoys the Hamptons’ preponderance of roadside farmers markets, particularly Green Thumb in Water Mill. “I say I’m only going to get a few things, and I come back with three bags of carrots, broccoli—everything!” she says with a laugh.

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Dream big: “I’d love to do a cookbook or a cooking show. I do a gorgeous roast chicken!”

While Esposito is quick to point out that her struggle with Celiac is ongoing, she has spent the last five years learning how to cope with the disease. Her journey from diagnosis to present day is detailed in her first book, Jennifer’s Way: My Journey with Celiac Disease—What Doctors Don’t Tell You and How You Can Learn to Live Again, which hits bookstores this month. “The book is about being a self-advocate, in any walk of life, in anything that you’re dealing with,” says Esposito, who is also clear that her tome is not a road map to a cure: “I can’t tell you how to heal,” she says. “I can tell you what I did—it may not work for you—but you can make a difference in what you choose to buy, what you put on your table, and what you choose to put in your mouth.” And the entrepreneur is certainly doing her part to ensure that fellow Celiac sufferers still have access to treats they enjoyed before they were diagnosed: She has opened a bakery in Manhattan’s East Village, Jennifer’s Way Bakery, which stocks everything from cupcakes to bagels—all glutenfree of course. “I would love to open a bakery in the Hamptons,” she says, “That’s definitely on the agenda.” H

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Favorite spot: “Peter’s Pond—it’s so quiet and beautiful there.”

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BEACH PATROL Richie Notar’s affinity for nautical style inspired Harlow’s waterfront design.

Whereas the New York City original pays homage to 1930s Hollywood glamour with stained-glass windows, coffered ceilings, and a marble oyster bar, Notar says that his South Fork incarnation will celebrate the best of what Sag Harbor has to offer: gorgeous views, locally sourced ingredients, and a staff that can handle the 380-seat venue (200 indoors with an additional 180 dockside). Inside, Notar has bedecked the space with white, nautical blues, and natural woods intersected by pops of color, including original artwork by Katherine Blackburne. Staff will be outfitted in seersucker pants, white shirts, and red Vans. “I like clean, crisp design, meaning Midday meal: “I’m I don’t want to compete with the weather, always looking for lunch at 3 o’clock. I the salt air, and the boats,” says Notar of relish the days I can Harlow East’s coastal vibe, which he hopes sit down with will influence his guests’ attire. “This is your charcuterie, olives, chance—wear shorts!” he exclaims. “Take a and oysters—all break from the stresses of everyday life.” served family-style.” The easy atmosphere is an idyllic setting Favorite drink: for the seasonally inspired menu that Notar An Aperol Spritz, served with an aims to keep simple with dishes such as orange wedge and branzino with wasabi stem gremolata and a green olive, “just crispy hearts of palm and a locally sourced like they do in Italy.” raw bar featuring Island Creek oysters and seafood from Gosman’s Fish Market. “There’s nothing wrong with going into the Nordic forest to forage for dinner,” he says, referencing the famed restaurant Noma in Copenhagen. “But this is someplace where you can have dinner on a Monday night and return later in the week. There’s something on the menu for everyone, but we’re pushing the envelope a bit with bold and spicy flavors, citrus, and chiles.” No stranger to hospitality, Notar got his start as a “busboy” at Studio 54; since then, he’s picked up more than his fair share of industry know-how from 19 years of experience as managing partner of Nobu, which previously hosted a pop-up in Southampton. With the RESTAURATEUR RICHIE NOTAR OPENS A COASTAL TAKE ON formation of Notar Hospitality, he launched the original HIS MANHATTAN HOT SPOT ON THE WHARF IN SAG HARBOR. Harlow in early 2013 and is on the brink of opening a tobe-named venue in the former Lenox Lounge space in BY MATTHEW WEXLER Harlem this summer. Yet the allure of a Sag Harbor spot was too tempting to resist. “I appreciate the value of the have an affinity for out East,” says restaurateur Richie Notar, who first geography—the incredibly quaint, Victorian houses,” says Notar. “You want summered in Montauk more than 20 years ago and has been drawn to to preserve the very reason why you come out here.” Open for breakfast pastries and coffee from midday and into the evening, the South Fork ever since—including two seasons overseeing Nobu at Capri in Southampton. This summer he is opening a Hamptons outpost of customers are welcome to stroll in any time—a philosophy he learned from his sprawling Manhattan venue, Harlow East, in Sag Harbor in the former Studio 54’s Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell. “Be hospitable or get out of the business,” says Notar. “It’s showtime.” 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, 725-5858 H B. Smith space on the Long Wharf.

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Solid F Partnership SOLID & STRIPED’S ISAAC ROSS AND MORGAN CURTIS TEAM UP FOR A NEW COLLECTION OF WOMEN’S SWIMWEAR AVAILABLE AT A SHOP-IN-SHOP IN SOUTHAMPTON. BY RACHEL FELDER

or most fashion designers, making sure each season’s creations are solidly in sync with the latest trends is a big priority. The opposite is the case for Isaac Ross and Morgan Curtis, the team behind the swimwear line Solid & Striped. “We want to avoid trends,” says Ross. “We want to make classic, elegant, timeless pieces that people can look great in.” To that end, the label’s suits—for men, women, and boys—come in always-chic colors (navy, Delft blue, deep red), with sleek silhouettes. The fabrics— woven in Italy, France, and Spain—are substantial, and the pieces, especially the men’s trunks, lend themselves to a walk into town aprés-beach. Ross conceived the idea for Solid & Striped over a Fourth of July weekend in the Hamptons. Impressed by a friend’s father’s understated swimming trunks—streamlined navy shorts, bought 20 years earlier at St-Tropez’s überchic Le Club Cinquante Cinq—Ross created a sample

of his dream suit. Soon after, he left his job in marketing at a talent agency to work on the collection full-time. He launched the line in 2012. A friend since they were both students at Cornell University, Curtis was Ross’s obvious choice when he wanted to expand the line into womenswear. She has worked on the design team of her mother, Jill Stuart, for several years and also created a lingerie line, Morgan Lane. “I wanted to take a bit of the old world and mix it with the new world and make something that women my age and older can wear,” says Curtis, who spends weekends at her family’s home in Sagaponack. The pair plans to launch loungewear in the fall and girls’ suits next year. “You think about us when you’re in the Hamptons, when you’re on vacation,” says Ross. “[We create] something people get to use when they’re having the most fun—that’s what our brand is about.” Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 377-3981; solidandstriped.com H

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Solid & Striped’s Isaac Ross wearing the line’s classic Lifeguard in red ($130), and Morgan Curtis in the AnneMarie in bright blue and off-white ($150).

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NATIVE

Simone Levinson starts each morning with a Ginger Fireball from Juice Press in Southampton. BELOW: Red Bar Brasserie is a family favorite for dinner.

Chasing the Sun FROM HER WEDDING DAY ON SHELTER ISLAND TO DOCKING HER FAMILY’S BOAT IN SAG HARBOR, SIMONE LEVINSON HAS AN ENDLESS LOVE OF THE HAMPTONS. AS TOLD TO JILL SIERACKI

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sk her, and Simone Levinson will identify herself first and foremost as a stay-at-home mom to her two children, son James, 12, and daughter Lauren, 6. However it’s hard to imagine she’s at home at all considering the many projects to which she gives her time. In the Hamptons, she’s been one of the leading champions for the Southampton Center—the reenvisioning of the Parrish Art Museum’s former Jobs Lane location into a year-round family cultural center; in Manhattan, she serves on two commissions for Governor Andrew Cuomo (the Spending and Government Efficiency Commission and the Commission on Judicial Nomination), is an advocate for education reform, and runs special projects for L&L Holding Company, her husband David’s real estate investment and development firm. Here, in her own words, Levinson talks about her lifelong relationship with the Hamptons. “David and I were married on Shelter Island on the bluff of what was the Carey family property. We call it our sacred spot and wave to it every time we cruise past it in our boat. Our wedding

photos were taken at what was the beautiful old boathouse that was once on Meadow Lane before the storm took it last year. One of our favorite activities is leaving the Monday night barbecue at the SOUTHAMPTON BATH & TENNIS CLUB with just enough time to “chase the sunset” and take in its beauty at the dock where the photo was taken. We also go to a friend’s house every Sunday night, and then we drive over to MUNN’S POINT and watch the sunset over Shinnecock Bay. These are the really meaningful moments that I imagine my children will look back upon and be blessed to re-create with their children. We spent our wedding night at THE AMERICAN HOTEL. We’d enjoyed many fabulous brunches and dinners there during the three years we were dating, and David kept his boat that we lived on during the summer months in the Waterfront Marina, so it seemed like the perfect place. Years later, when Hurricane Irene struck the Hamptons in the summer of 2011, several blocks in Southampton had to be continued on page 132

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rediscovering the old B. Smith space now that Richie Notar is bringing us HARLOW. My husband and I still remember that spot when it was Mark Baker’s Amazon 18 years ago.... I’m also an investor in JUICE PRESS —I don’t see juicing as a cleanse; I see it as a lifestyle and enjoy juices as an addition to eating food to make sure I get the proper amount of nutrition. I start every morning with Ginger Fireball, my kids love Kid Strawberry and the Just Apple juice, and David’s favorite is the Doctor Green Juice. Currently my biggest project for the summer is my work with the SOUTHAMPTON CENTER in the former Parrish Art Museum on Jobs Lane. Not only is this a restoration of a Grosvenor Atterbury landmark, it’s a cultural restoration for the village. Last summer we started to put together our programming and had 10,000 people walk through the gates over our eight-week season during which we offered a Friday night film series, children’s programming, Jazz at Lincoln Center—all free to help build our audience. I think that Southampton has evolved in the past 40 years from a place that was seasonal to more year-round. I’ve been coming to Southampton since I was 10 years old—it’s near to my heart.” H

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continued from page 130 evacuated—ours among them. We checked into The American Hotel, gratefully securing the last two rooms available. We had such an incredible few days that we now book the same two rooms every summer as our vacation within our vacation. Our children lovingly refer to those rooms as “The Apartment.” David and I still keep our boat in Sag Harbor. While we have taken many wonderful excursions together as a family all along the East End, I save a couple of Wednesday afternoons while the children are in camp for a sail to SUNSET BEACH with a boatload of girlfriends to polish off a jeroboam of Whispering Angel. We also get together over yoga at TAPOVANA. Corey De Rosa and Erika Halweil are the most amazing yoga instructors in Sag Harbor. Boating in THREE MILE HARBOR was a huge part of my childhood, but I also have fond memories of Boys & Girls Harbor in East Hampton, and MEADOW LANE—which was Dune Road before all the development—and the huge shells we would collect. I remember playing with my sisters on the porch of what used to be Cordelia Duke’s home on South Main, which is now the home of a dear friend. It is really something to see my children running around on her property, where I once played as a child. While I enjoy the rituals and routines that create family traditions, especially after coming out to the Hamptons for 35 years, I also appreciate that there is always something new to discover. I still love SANT AMBROEUS and RED BAR; and TUTTO IL GIORNO is an amazing addition to Southampton—I love the eggplant and penne with mozzarella and basil. This summer I’m looking forward to

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Shep Forward INFAMOUS TALENT MANAGER-TURNEDBUDDHIST CHEF SHEP GORDON IS THE SUBJECT OF A NEW MIKE MYERS DOCUMENTARY. HERE, HE TELLS SOME OF THE STORIES THAT DIDN’T MAKE IT INTO SUPERMENSCH. BY NADINE SCHIFF-ROSEN

How did you meet Mike Myers? Shep Gordon: We met on Wayne’s World back in ’92 and again in Hawaii. I love to cook and I love telling stories. Someone would say, “The Dalai Lama was in LA,” and I’d say, “Oh, I cooked for him,” and Mike would say, “You’re kidding me! Tell me the story.” And it just became this funny relationship. He’d call me up and say, “Can I come over, and you’ll tell me a story?” How did telling stories turn into a documentary? Mike asked if he could make a movie about me, and I said no for many years. I didn’t really see the point. Then I had some surgery, and he called me in the hospital when I was heavily medicated, and I said yes. [Laughs] How is Mike Myers as a director? Amazingly detail-oriented. I remember walking into his apartment, and I got scared because the entire apartment was my life—photos everywhere, my grandmother, my house…. It was like CSI or something. He’s compas-

FROM TOP: Shep Gordon at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival; a poster for Myers’s documentary; Gordon and Mike Myers at the film’s premiere.

sionate but exact in his work. How does it feel to have the houselights shining on you? It’s so out of my wheelhouse, and it was a little embarrassing for me for quite a while. But to see and hear the reaction of people has really been amazing. Like what? Some people say that seeing it makes them want to be more generous. And then some people say, “I really want to go and adopt some kids.” Mike really made something that touches people. continued on page 136

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hep Gordon is the outrageous Hollywood insider, the compassionate music manager with the Midas touch. After a chance encounter with Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix in the late ’60s, he went on to transform acts such as Alice Cooper, Teddy Pendergrass, and even Anne Murray from (mostly) conventional performers into celebrity megastars. With stunts that included packaging an album in paper panties and once hurling a live chicken onstage, Gordon’s reputation as a genius bad boy eventually became as renowned as the talent he was managing—but at a cost. This June, he takes center stage as the subject of Mike Myers’s documentary debut, Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon. With narrative provided by Gordon’s posse—Michael Douglas, Tom Arnold, Willie Nelson, Emeril Lagasse, Sylvester Stallone, and Steven Tyler—Myers blends photographs and archival footage with Gordon’s unique flair as a raconteur to take us through his journey from hedonistic worshipper of sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll to evolved JuBu ( Jewish Buddhist) who’s brewed Tibetan yak butter tea for the Dalai Lama. Along the way, Gordon, now 66, plays out his favorite roles as an adoptive father, generous host, and loyal friend who has still never let go of a lifelong yearning for a child of his own.

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continued from page 134 You turned Alice Cooper into a superstar and then went on to Anne Murray. How did that work? It’s really all the same, what I do. Annie was the farthest thing from Alice that I could get. Her problem was that her image was very straight when everyone wanted to be cool. My job was to make her cool because she had the chops. You’ve been Alice Cooper’s manager for 46 years. Is it true you’ve never had a contract? We still don’t have one. Creatively, a lot of times we disagree. Politically, we’re very different. But I don’t think there’s ever been a moment when we’ve raised our voices at each other or in any way had a lack of respect for each other, never a second. You went on to manage Teddy Pendergrass and brand his sexuality for all-women audiences. Is it true you were the one who had to tell him he would never walk again after his car accident? It’s a story that’s unbelievably touching. It was one of the toughest things I ever had to do. Every once in a while I get a tear in my eye when I watch him on a video. I definitely miss him. Did you ever feel you wanted out? I never felt that way. I felt I needed to save myself, but not by backing away. I had too much of everything. Excess in every category: weight, drugs, women. It was many years later when I woke up one day and decided I didn’t want to be in any business. I wanted to be in the Shep business and see where that led me. And then you went to Maui and learned to cook. I went to cooking school and studied with the great Roger Vergé. I was very happy with the choice I made. Now everyone comes to Maui…. and it’s free meals. You came out of semi-retirement to turn chefs like Emeril Lagasse into celebrities. I saw in the chef circuit the same thing that I experienced in the black music circuit. They were artists who weren’t businessmen who had been manipulated into believing that they had to provide their art for free. I sorta knew how to organize and elevate them from cooks to culinary artists.

It worked big time. Now tell me the story of how you became involved with the Dalai Lama. I got really lucky. I got taken to see His Holiness when I got back to Hawaii, and I made an offering to feed him and they said yes. In Trinidad and in New York. I got to do it three times, which was truly amazing. What’s the greatest thing you learned from him? I think what he provides more than anything is that he’s a light that allows you to become those things you want to be in his presence. You were in Hawaii, and you had a sudden brush with death. In the documentary, your assistant says you woke up, and she could tell you felt bad that she was the only person there to hold your hand. Very true. I realized that I sort of moved the journey of my life into corners that hadn’t been shared. I have my family, but I’ve never really developed a “family.” You can’t get everything in life. You do the best you can do. You selected your family in a way. You adopted the grandchildren of a former girlfriend. I think chance threw us together. I love them all. The little baby you saw in the documentary is going to be walking the red carpet with me. Michael Douglas, who provided great narrative about you, says that you love the ladies—Sharon Stone, in particular. Is that true? Very true. We had a great ride for about three years. So, what’s next for you? I never know what’s next. If you follow the documentary, it’s all, You’re Jewish. You’re a manager. Great. It’s whatever. I have no clue. [Laughs] H

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Last year’s D-D-D sale; Nicole Miller has supported the Southampton Fresh Air Home for more than a decade.

Home Base THE D-D-D SALE COMBINES FASHION AND PHILANTHROPY TO HELP THE SOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR HOME CREATE A CAMP EXPERIENCE FOR CHILDREN WITH PHYSICAL CHALLENGES. BY NICOLE MILLER simply awe-inspiring; it makes supporting this charity a very easy decision. I know how important the Home’s services are for the children as well as for their parents, who get a much-needed break from the daily care that children with physical challenges require. The D-D-D is a fantastic furniture sale and cocktail party with silent, wine, and live auctions. Guests arrive hours before the doors open to buy the furniture, which has been donated by generous individuals as well as top decorators, designers, and dealers. You would think you were in beautiful stately homes when you see how the cedar-shingled dorms of the camp are converted into a showcase for these donations. The silent auction is full of luxury clothes and handbags, tickets to sporting and entertainment events, home furnishings and accessories, art, photographic sessions, and so much more, donated by places like Le Bernardin, Sidney Garber Jewelry, Frédéric Fekkai, Tradewind Aviation, Net-APorter, Vera Wang, and Tory Burch. The live auction has amazing items such as vacations in

Italy and France, dinners cooked in your home by private chefs, and an opportunity to meet Paul McCartney before one of his upcoming concerts. I am proud to be among one of the many dedicated supporters of the Fresh Air Home. The work they have been doing for more than a century has created an oasis for so many children. I hope you will join me in lending a hand to make 2014 their best year yet. H

INSIGHT What: Southampton Fresh Air Home’s 22nd annual Decorators-DesignersDealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala When and where: Saturday, June 7, from 5 PM to 8:30 PM at 36 Barkers Island Road, Southampton Save the date: The SFAH will also host its 27th annual American Picnic with Fireworks by Grucci on Friday, July 4, at a private residence on Meadow Lane, Southampton Contact: sfah.org

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very June for the past 10 years, I have been involved with a small but important charity called the Southampton Fresh Air Home, a camp for children with physical challenges located among Shinnecock’s rolling green hills. This summer will be the camp’s 113th year providing much-needed services to so many children, the majority of whom come from urban settings and apartment living, where the things they do every day at the camp—swimming, sailing, sports, dancing, trips to the beach—would otherwise be considered impossible. While at the camp, the children gain self-confidence, physical strength, and increased agility. This year marks my first time as auction cochair of the Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala (D-D-D), the SFAH’s premier summer fundraiser. When my good friend and SFAH board member Sarah Senbahar asked me to become more involved, I jumped at the opportunity. Seeing the tremendous smiles on all of the children’s faces as they partake in the many activities the Home offers is

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INSIGHT What: Eleventh Annual Ross School Live @ Club Starlight gala When and where: Saturday, June 7 at 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton Save the date: Sixth Annual Ross School Golf with the Knicks at The Bridge takes place on Monday, June 16 at The Bridge Golf Club, 1180 Millstone Road, Bridgehampton Contact: ross.org

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DON HAMERMAN (SCHOOL EXTERIOR); COURTESY OF THE ROSS SCHOOL (COHEN, MO’OREA)

n 2006, my husband and I discovered the Ross School in East Hampton and knew it would be the perfect place for our daughter, Olivia, to learn, grow, and be challenged, and we were thrilled to make the move from Key West to the East End when she was accepted with a scholarship in 2007. We have never regretted our move. As the recipient of a Steven J. Ross Scholarship, Olivia is not only receiving a world-class education, but she is offered unique learning opportunities such as the Innovation Lab @ Ross, a hands-on program that encourages students’ interest in math, engineering, media, technology, and science, or the recent midwinter term trip to the South Pacific to study with distinguished marine scientists. Ross School students are encouraged to connect with our local community and beyond. Since 1991, the Ross School has been preparing children to meet the challenges of the 21st century and develop into the leaders of tomorrow. As educational pioneers, founders Courtney and Steven J. Ross set out to expand upon the best practices in pre-nursery through 12th grade education, combining them with the notion that success in an increasingly connected and rapidly changing world demands cultivating a worldwide perspective and embracing technology. When I visit the Ross School campuses in East Hampton and Bridgehampton, I am thrilled to see such diversity and passion in the studies—from fourth graders constructing digital 3-D models of ancient farming communities to eighth graders creating and performing original plays at the Avram Theater in Southampton to students of all ages learning Mandarin Chinese. These are truly priceless educational opportunities, and it is thrilling for me to see students expanding their knowledge and making lasting memories along the way. Early on, the Rosses made it a priority to offer scholarship opportunities to students in need, and currently more than 35 percent of the Ross School’s 530 students receive financial aid. In the past five years alone, Ross has given more than $12 million in full and partial scholarships—most of that raised through donations and through fundraising events, such as this month’s Live @ Club Starlight gala and Golf with the Knicks at The Bridge golf outing. One hundred percent of donations to the Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund go directly to the students. The success of the students at Ross is remarkable. Olivia will graduate in 2015, and I know she and her classmates will move onto the next phase of their young lives well prepared with confidence and passion and a stellar education. It has been an incredible journey and one I am so proud and grateful to be part of. H

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Kites for a Cure will kick off the summer season with a family event that is expected to bring more than 1,000 kite flyers and friends to Coopers Beach. Southampton Mayor Mark Epley will attend along with local officials and business leaders, while Tate’s Bake Shop and Hint will provide baked goods and beverages. When: Saturday, May 24 Where: Coopers Beach, 268 Meadow Lane, Southampton Contact: unitingagainstlungcancer.org

PLANNED PARENTHOOD

Michael Halsband, Rima Mardoyan Smyth, and Ann Pogue-Campbell will cochair the 26th annual East End Benefit, overseeing an evening of hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction featuring items from local merchants. Dorothy Lichtenstein will serve as honorary chair. When: Sunday, May 25 Where: Private residence in Water Mill Contact: plannedparenthood.org

GUILD HALL

The Guild Hall 2014 Golf Outing will give guests the opportunity to tee off at the historic Maidstone Club in East Hampton following a decadent lunch served in the Clubhouse veranda overlooking the water. The event will conclude with cocktails, dinner, and an awards ceremony, all to benefit Guild Hall’s art education programs. When: Monday, June 2 Where: Maidstone Club, 50 Old Beach Lane, East Hampton Contact: guildhall.org

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Funds raised at the School’s Out 2014 benefit will support the Institute’s afterschool programs as well as its initiatives in arts and culture, wellness, academic enrichment, and job readiness for LGBTQ youth and their families. Peter Wilson and Scott Sanders will host, with event cochairs Bobby Graham, Brendan Monaghan, Alfredo Paredes, and Ward Williams. When: Saturday, June 7 Where: The home of Peter Wilson and Scott Sanders, 189 Further Lane, East Hampton Contact: hmi.org

ROSS SCHOOL

The 11th Annual Ross School Live @ Club Starlight will feature a special guest performance as well as auctions, dancing, dinner, and entertainment from KC and the Sunshine Band. Proceeds from the evening will go toward the Ross School’s Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ADRIEL REBOH/PATRICKMCMULLAN.COM (FRESH AIR HOME)

When: Saturday, June 7 Where: Ross School, 18 Goodfriend Dr., East Hampton Contact: ross.org

SOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR HOME The highly anticipated 22nd Annual Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala will feature a selection of one-of-a-kind furnishings and treasures for sale, while the live auction will include items like exotic vacations at private resorts, exclusive dining experiences, and golf outings. When: Saturday, June 7 Where: Southampton Fresh Air Home, 36 Barkers Island Road, Southampton Contact: sfah.org

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Conviction, Travesties, and My Life is a Musical are three stage productions that are part of Bay Street Theatre’s summer “Art and Revolution” programming from new Artistic Director Scott Schwartz (INSET).

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Conversation Pieces THE BAY STREET THEATRE RETURNS TO ITS REBELLIOUS ROOTS WITH THREE STIRRING PERFORMANCES DURING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR SCOTT SCHWARTZ’S DEBUT SEASON.

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n May 23, 1777, a group of American raiders under the command of Return Jonathan Meigs successfully attacked a British garrison in Sag Harbor, scoring the first American victory in the colony of New York during the Revolutionary War. Centuries later, Scott Schwartz, in his first season as artistic director of the Bay Street Theatre, is bringing some of that

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derring-do to an adventurous summer program, which includes two world premieres and a revival of a Tom Stoppard comedy classic. “Sag Harbor is devoted to its historical roots and you can feel that in the wonderful and pervasive energy on its streets,” says Schwartz, who has chosen “Art and Revolution” as his inaugural theme. “We hope to honor that past by doing a great deal of bold experimentation, cutting-edge work that creates a sense of excitement that will have people talking long after they’ve left the theater.” Opening the season and directed by Schwartz himself is Conviction by Carey Crim, a rippedfrom-the-headlines drama about a charismatic male teacher accused and convicted of sexually abusing a female student. Although the subject matter is a familiar one, the play actually occurs in the aftermath of the event itself, testing the bonds of friendship and the loyalty of family. Schwartz says that he was attracted to the material because it raises the question: What happens to your convictions when you are forced to realize that it’s impossi-

ble to fully know another person? “I think it’s a universal dilemma and really gets at the core of how we live our lives in very contemporary terms,” says Scott, best known as the director of the Broadway hit Golda’s Balcony, and the opera Séance on a Wet Afternoon, written by his father, Stephen Schwartz. “The way we present ourselves has become so fragmented by social media and that serves to enhance the uncontrollable ways in which information about ourselves is disseminated.” That combustibility in human interaction reaches a zenith in the Bay Street’s second, and perhaps riskiest, gamble: a revival of Stoppard’s Travesties, a 1974 intellectual Hellzapoppin’ with a flashback to 1917 Zurich and marrying the wit of Oscar Wilde with the revolutionary fomentation of Lenin, the challenging wordplay of James Joyce and the avant-garde poetry

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of Tristan Tzara. Reflective of its vaudevillian irreverence is one character’s observation: “My art belongs to Dada.” Playing the Zelig-like Henry Carr—a British consul official acting in a local production of The Importance of Being Earnest—is Richard Kind. Although he has previously performed in Stoppard’s Rough Crossing at Bay Street, the veteran actor readily admits he’s running scared. “It’s the toughest thing I’ve ever tackled in my life; it’s impossible,” says Kind, describing the play as a fun park ride with sharp, inexplicable, whiplashing turns. Yet, as densely chal lenging as it is, the actor maintains that this is just the sort of theater that Bay Street should be doing. “Will this get people to put down their margaritas and chicken skewers and leave the bonfire?” asks Kind. “I hope so. I hope it’s not medicine. Travesties is tough and

“[Travesties is] the toughest thing I’ve ever tackled in my life.”—RICHARD KIND theater should not be a trip to the dentist. But it’s a zany play—and I hate that word!—but that’s what it is: zany.” Fantastical is the word that applies to the final main stage offering, My Life is a Musical, with book, music, and lyrics by Adam Overett and directed and choreographed by Marlo Hunter. Schwartz characterizes the romantic comedy as “a musical for people who hate musicals.” That antipathy is true for its lead character, Parker, who is cursed with the

paranormal gift of living in a totally musical world—one which only he can access and is aware of. His particular nightmare is a metaphor for what Schwartz hopes audiences will take away from his first season at Bay Street. “It’s about embracing who you truly are and accepting what makes you different from other people, rather than trying to hide it or control it,” says Schwartz. As in Travesties, there is a call to accept those things “…that are new and daring and which make us fuller people. “Letting that person out can be scary,” adds the artistic director. “But what could be more revolutionary than that?” Conviction runs May 27 through June 15; Travesties runs June 24 through July 20; and My Life is a Musical runs July 29 through August 31 at the Bay Street Theatre, 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 725-9500; baystreet.org H

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ART FULL

Colin Selig’s Lips Bench, featured at LongHouse Reserve, is made from fusing together the parts of a deconstructed propane tank.

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wanted to take a ubiquitous, utilitarian object that would otherwise go to waste and transform it into something sensuous in form and sophisticated in function,” says artist Colin Selig about his striking Lips Bench, which will be on display at LongHouse Reserve through October 4. The “Exteriors” exhibit, the largest in the foundation’s history, features 81 outdoor sculptures from a global array of artists, including Martin Puryear and Mira Nakashima, as well as pieces by Hamptonites such as Max Eicke, Nico Yektai, and Silas Marder. While surrealist master Salvador Dalí used wood and satin to create his iconic Mae West Lips Sofa in 1937, Selig used a less conventional medium: He dissected a discarded propane tank and reassembled the parts without imposing any additional shaping to the metal. The Lips Bench is made from a single 250-gallon tank. “As an experienced metalworker, the first

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thing I recognized when I saw the tank on my property is how much energy must have gone into forming the thick steel into that capsulelike shape,” says Selig. Though the Lips Bench’s design pays homage to Dalí, its form is inspired by the work of Charles and Ray Eames and their innovative approach to molding materials. “Not only was their visual style groundbreaking, but their process of molding plywood resulted in a whole new set of design methods,” says Selig. As unusual as salvaged propane tanks are as a medium for art, the fact that they exist all over the world and present a large ecological hazard is one of the motivating factors for the artist. “My ultimate goal is to license my designs so that these seats can be made locally, anywhere in the world.” “Exteriors” is on display through October 4 at LongHouse Reserve, 133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton, 329-3568; longhouse.org H

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ARTIST COLIN SELIG DISPLAYS HIS DALÍ-ESQUE LIPS BENCH AT LONGHOUSE RESERVE’S EXTERIORS EXHIBIT. BY ERIN RILEY

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THIS ISSUE: SEAFOOD BY THE SEASHORE

FROM TOP: Silver’s in Southampton is run by Garrett Wellins; the restaurant’s lobster rolls are laden with chunks of meat from local purveyor Braun Seafood Co.

Sterling Character SILVER’S GARRETT WELLINS IS SOUTHAMPTON’S MASTER OF LUNCHTIME SEAFOOD. BY GARY WALTHER PHOTOGRAPHY BY EVAN SUNG

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utside Silver’s, the shop front—a pair of mullioned, curving-glass display windows flanking the corridor entrance—looks like the set for a movie about small-town romance, Southampton’s own The Shop Around the Corner. (In fact, Silver’s is the third-oldest surviving family business in Southampton.) The interior—an improbable combination of 100-year-old brass chandeliers, a soda-fountain bar, and paintings by chef-owner Garrett Wellins’s mother propped on the raised wall panels—reinforces the impression. However, my first encounter with Wellins is much less charming. Some staff has not shown up on this Friday lunch, he is behind in prepping, and he isn’t just going to make nice to some writer ringing the bell at precisely the wrong moment, appointment be damned. But it’s not just a bad day: It’s clear to me that Wellins has a convince-me-I-should-care crustiness. He’s a smirk and a gravelly voice in a black T-shirt and chef’s apron. I like him immediately. Silver’s, which doesn’t take reservations and is open only at lunch, is known above all for its lobster roll and salad, but there is no chef-meeting-lobsterman-at-the-dock story here. Wellins gets his crustaceans from the 85-year-old Braun Seafood Co. in Cutchogue, which has somehow combined neighborhood fishmonger quality with octopus tentacles of distribution to top restaurants on the East End. “They get what I want,” says Wellins, referring to the mob-wife-diamond-size chunks of jumbo lump crabmeat that make up both the salad and the roll, but also to the fact that Braun responds to his menu whims— mussels for Vietnamese spring rolls, wild striped bass, and wild salmon, among them. At $40, Silver’s lobster dishes are not exactly priced to go: They’re on par with the lobster dish on the three-course prix-fixe lunch menu at the three-Michelin-starred Le Bernardin (if you divide the $76 by course). Judging by the frequency that each dish floats by our table, Silver’s is worth at least a detour, as Michelin would say, just for the lobster. continued on page 160

Silver’s is the third-oldest surviving family business in Southampton.

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The meaty crab cakes at Silver’s are baked, not fried, in what once was a pizza oven.

continued from page 158 If Garrett displays the tenacity of someone who is not going to be voted off the island, it’s because he has seen tough times—and figured out how to exploit them. “I learned to cook out of necessity,” he says, referring to the fact that in 1959, when he was 6, his father was hit by a car on Main Street in Southampton and was hospitalized for a year. His father convalesced in a hospital bed in the family living room, and soon after coming home he told Garrett to make breakfast every day, starting with two sunny-side-up eggs. The poor kid was flummoxed, but did as he was told—over and over, in fact—ruining 10 eggs the first time. “But then the last two were perfect,” he says with pride. In today’s world he would have gotten his own Facebook page and a hail of virtual confetti. His father only said, “Tomorrow we’re going to learn [to do] scrambled.” “I was a latch-key kid,” he continues. “I had to cook for myself. By the time I was 12, I was making Thanksgiving dinner.” Which would turn out to be a stroke of fortune, for Silver’s did not start out as a restaurant, but rather a LEFT:

Silver’s antique cash register dates from when the store was a tailor shop for Bergdorf Goodman. BELOW: The typical lunch scene at Silver’s on any summer day.

tailor shop for Bergdorf Goodman. It has ping-ponged across Main Street during its life, but when it settled in the present location, it was a cigar store—the restaurant’s corporate name is still Silver’s Cigar Store. As times got tough on the East End, it ended up selling everything from military surplus items (bought in the Bronx from Walter Matthau’s brother) to electronics. Finally, in desperation, Wellins’s father spent his last $5,000 to buy a soda fountain, and the foundation of Silver’s, the restaurant, was laid. Wellins is a journeyman chef. He did the “grunt work” when his family went into the restaurant business—he worked in various kitchens, studied pâtisserie, and finally came home. Now at the helm, Wellins says that his MO is “doing it better than anyone else.” But he’s also light on that one chef quality that grates these days—creativity. “Every good idea I could steal, I did, but I did it better,” meaning that Wellins invents dishes that appeal to popular taste, but are on a pedestal. “Nobody needs to make a 13.5-ounce Wagyu-Kobe burger,” he says, but it’s an attention-getter. The same goes for the two-handed Silver’s BLT, a geological slab of a sandwich. The crab cakes are, as the menu says, “generous”—two drink-coaster-size spheres as dense as Jupiter. (The secret: He uses almost all crab, baked, not fried, in an oven that reaches 700 degrees and was once used to make pizza.) What I like about Wellins is his Persian-cat prickliness leavened by a quick side-mouth smile and a melting caramel center once he decides you’re worth the trouble. The man who used to put “NNYBSTH” (No New York Bullshit Tolerated Here) at the bottom of his menus works the dining room while slapping shoulders and sitting down for a late lunch at the counter with other patrons. Near the end of our talk, he takes a call from his wife, tells her he loves her dearly, and after hanging up, tells me, “I’m not as bristly as I used to be.” 15 Main St., Southampton, 283-6443; silversrestaurant.com H

TOP TABLES Silver’s doesn’t take reservations, so it’s best to show up early, at noon or just after, to get the table you want. The two tables in the window nooks on each side of the entrance are private, but you better have your best manners on display since you’re on view to anyone walking by on Main Street. Otherwise, Silver’s is pretty much a table democracy.

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Hamptons on the Half-Shell LE BERNARDIN CHEF ERIC RIPERT GIVES HIS HAMPTONS TOP FINDS FOR FRESH SEAFOOD.

The American Hotel

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“I love to sit on the terrace and people watch.” 49 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-3535; theamericanhotel.com

“Citarella is dedicated to great service and always has the best products and beautiful seafood.” 2 Pantigo Road, East Hampton; 2209 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 537-5990; citarella.com

The Bell & Anchor “I try to get here early to be able to see the sunset on the marina.” 3253 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor, 725-3400; bellandanchor.com

The Coast Grill “A local hangout that has the best Howard Pickerell oysters.” 1109 Noyac Road, Southampton, 283-2277; thecoastgrill.com

Dockside Bar & Grill “One of the best-kept secrets of Sag Harbor; however, they don’t take reservations, so you have to wait in line.” 26 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 7257100; docksidesagharbor.com

There’s a new clambake that Hamptons foodies will be talking about this summer—but it doesn’t include local sweet corn, new potatoes, or even clams. The delicious brainchild of New York City sommelier Mary McAuley and her Ripe Life Wines, The Clambake 2012 Chardonnay hails from California but belongs on the Atlantic Coast, where it pairs seamlessly with fresh-fromthe-water seafood. Yes, even at a traditional clambake. “The Clambake Chardonnay was a most pleasant surprise,” says chef Todd Jacobs, who pours it at his Bridgehampton restaurant, Fresh (203 Bridgehampton–Sag Harbor Tpk., 537-4700; freshhamptons.com). “I taste many wines each spring looking for the hidden gems and great values—this wine fits both categories. The Santa Lucia Highlands yield wines with great structure and acidity; this wine is exceptional in both regards. It is a complex and delicious Old World–style and very elegant wine. It drinks like a Chablis at a tenth the price.” Made with nary a splinter of oak from fruit grown in the Santa Lucia Highlands, above the Salinas Valley in Monterey County, this isn’t your typical, ubiquitous California Chardonnay. Known for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the region enjoys a combination of cool morning fog, breezes from Monterey Bay, and warm sunny afternoons, helping to ripen the grapes slowly and fully while they retain the kind of food-friendly acidity you need with rich, butter-dunked seafood. The flavors you’ve probably come to expect from California Chardonnay—like sweet tropical fruit, butter, and toasty, nutty oak—are replaced here by delicate notes of citrus blossom, fresh melon, and candied lemon peel, all wrapped up in a rich but balanced package with fresh, appetite-whetting acidity and a sprinkling of minerality. This is a wine well suited to all manner of seafood, everything from simple steamed lobster to pastas with creamy seafood sauces to herb-flecked mussels. Amagansett Wine & Spirits, 203 Main St., Amagansett, 267-3939; Park Place Wines & Liquors, 84 Park Pl., East Hampton, 324-2622; parkplacewines.com; Finest Kind Wines & Liquors, 552 W. Lake Dr., Montauk, 668-9463; finestkindwine.com The Clambake 2012 Chardonnay pairs well with the Hamptons fresh catch.

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The Clambake 2012 Chardonnay is the ideal companion for summer seafood. BY LENN THOMPSON

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A medley of oysters, clams, shrimp, and periwinkles at The Bell & Anchor; Michelin three-star chef Eric Ripert.

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THE DISH A clambake bucket from Navy Beach features lobster, clam, shrimp, mussels, corn, red potatoes, and Old Bay seasoning.

All-American FROM A CELEBRATION ON THE SAND TO A CLASSIC VERSION SERVED TABLESIDE, THE CLAMBAKE IS SYNONYMOUS WITH SUMMER ON THE EAST END.

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f there is one signature culinary offering that defines summer on the East End, it is the classic clambake. Navy Beach (16 Navy Road, Montauk, 6686868, navybeach.com) celebrates its fifth anniversary with the return of its Lobster & Clam Bake. After experimenting with globally influenced variations, partner and general manager Franklin Ferguson says the natural choice was to return to a classic: a galvanized bucket overflowing with lobster, clams, shrimp, mussels, corn, red potatoes, and Old Bay seasoning. New for the season, Stuart’s Seafood Market (41 Oak Lane, Amagansett, 267-6700; stuarts seafood.com) offers a simple do-it-yourself option. Layered in family-style tins, the to-go clambakes are completely customizable or can be packaged as individual, precooked “mess kits,” with add-ons such as cedar plank salmon and grilled vegetables. At the opposite end of the spectrum is Kitchensurfing (877-680-0668; kitchensurfing.com/hamptons), which curates personal chefs who will prepare a feast on-site. Chef Ygael Tresser incorporates basil, tarragon, and rosemary into his Méditerranèe Clam Bake, while chef Dante Giannini goes upscale with an individually plated arrangement of Peconic clams, Cor-J Seafood Westhampton striped bass, and East End summer corn.

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Should you want to host a traditional catered clambake, turn to Bostwick’s Clambakes & Catering Co. (221 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, 324-2700), the newest venture from the team behind Bostwick’s Chowder House under the direction of chef Joe D’Angeli. The full-service catering company creates clambakes of shrimp, clams, mussels, and Maine lobster, with hearty sides of coleslaw and Satur Farms salad and watermelon wedges for dessert. Captain Phil Gay of East End Clambakes (590 County Road 39, Southampton, 7266351; clambake.hamptons.com) has been at the forefront of clambake catering since 1981; he favors hard-shell lobsters and Shinnecock Bay mussels. “Seafood has to be fresh and cooked separately,” he says. “Each kind of seafood has a distinct flavor, so everything we steam (including corn) is done in different pots. When you’re eating it, each component has its distinct flavor.” For another catered option, Peter Ambrose Events (19 Race Lane, East Hampton, 3293622; peterambroseevents.com) offers a presentation that incorporates seafood locally sourced from partners who own a fleet of Montauk fishing boats. Chef Ambrose adds a southern accent with the addition of sweet and sticky chicken and Carolina-style coleslaw. H

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hef Marc Murphy is no stranger to the East End. As summer approaches, you’ll find him either in Montauk at The Crow’s Nest Inn & Restaurant or surfing at Ditch Plains—the inspiration for his eponymous New York City outposts. But with a newly built beachside abode, Murphy’s start to summer is all about the season’s first catch, family, friends, and, like any chef, plenty of rosé. What do you enjoy most about your new Hamptons house? I had the opportunity

to design the outdoor kitchen of my dreams, complete with a built-in rotisserie and an open fire for making pizzas. I also added a vegetable garden to the roof. What’s your go-to East End spot to buy seafood? The Fish Farm in Amagansett is one of the most amazing places out here. It’s an actual aquaculture farm with an incredible fish market as well as a fantastic menu for takeout or eat-in dishes. The

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2 medium tomatoes, cut into thick wedges ½ large red onion, peeled and cut into thick wedges 1 small jalapeño pepper 1 small garlic clove ½ cup cilantro leaves ½ tbsp. chipotle in adobo ¼ tsp. kosher salt, plus more for crabs ¼ cup canola oil 8 soft-shell crabs, cleaned Freshly ground black pepper ¼ cup olive oil Lemon wedges, for serving For the roasted tomato salsa: Preheat the oven to 450 degrees. Line a shallow baking sheet with parchment paper and place tomatoes, onion, jalapeño, and garlic on the parchment. Transfer to the oven and roast until charred and soft,

15 to 20 minutes for the onion and garlic and 30 to 35 minutes for the tomatoes. Transfer the vegetables to a blender and add cilantro, chipotle, and salt. Purée on medium speed until uniform, and with the motor running, slowly add oil to emulsify until incorporated. For a thinner consistency, add water one tablespoon at a time. Taste and adjust seasonings, and let cool before serving, or cover and refrigerate until needed. For the crabs: Heat a grill or preheat a grill pan on medium. Pat the crabs dry and season with salt and pepper. Cook the crabs until nicely browned, about 5 minutes on each side. Once the crabs are flipped over, baste them with a little olive oil. When done, transfer the crabs to a plate and serve immediately with lemon wedges and roasted tomato salsa.

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best place in the East End for a lobster roll is… Clam Bar on Napeague Stretch. Describe your perfect day in the East End. A morning run and a swim in the ocean,

followed by a delicious lunch with friends and family (and a few bottles of rosé). In the afternoon, a surf session, and end the day with a perfectly grilled dinner and s’mores on the beach with my wife and kids. What keeps you inspired in the kitchen? The most important thing in life is to love what you do—it should never feel like a job. I love cooking and the restaurant business, and every day gives me new challenges. I’m inspired by never knowing what’s coming next. H

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CLOCKWISE FROM BELOW LEFT: Chefs Sam McClelland and Joe Realmuto browse the shellfish selection at The Seafood Shop in Wainscott; the chefs decided on a lunch menu including skate, black sea bass, and littleneck clams; Realmuto picks ingredients from the backyard garden of Nick & Toni’s.

INSIGHT Let’s Shop: The Seafood Shop, 356 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 537-0633; theseafoodshop.com Let’s Harvest: Nick & Toni’s, 136 N. Main St., East Hampton, 3243550; nickandtonis.com Let’s Cook: The Bell & Anchor, 3253 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor, 725-3400; bellandanchor.com

On the Hook LONGTIME FRIENDS AND HAMPTONS-BASED CHEFS JOE REALMUTO AND SAM MCCLELLAND SHOP WAINSCOTT’S THE SEAFOOD SHOP AND PREP A MEAL WITH FRESH, LOCAL CATCH. BY SYLVIE BIGAR PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG

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fresh, local skate, littleneck clams, and black sea bass. Sam McClelland: My first thought was to find out what was local, and then I wanted to prepare fish that maybe doesn’t get enough attention. The skate wing was perfect for that. JR: The Seafood Shop has a stall in the weekly greenmarket we’ve launched in our parking lot [at Nick & Toni’s], so I know the owner, Colin Mather, really well. He said, “What are you thinking you want to cook?” but it was all on the spur of the moment. Sam and I both worked for Nick & Toni’s first chef, Paul Del Favero. He was classically trained and made a brown butter skate with capers, so it clicked. continued on page 170

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ON THE TOWN RIGHT: Chefs McClelland and Realmuto prep the ingredients for lunch (INSET) in the kitchen at McClelland’s The Bell & Anchor in Sag Harbor.

continued from page 168 SM: But we decided to pan-roast it and serve it with a blood orange beurre blanc—a clean, simple dish. What do you look for when you shop for fish and seafood? SM: The freshest possible. The eyes have to be clear, the gills need to be red, the f lesh firm, but what really matters to me is that it be local and line-caught. JR: It’s what happened with the local black sea bass. It was so fresh that we served it as a crudo with just radishes, pea greens, olive oil, and Amagansett sea salt. To me, it’s three words: local, sustainable, and traceable. We want to ensure that the fish doesn’t go from Montauk to the Fulton Fish Market and back to our kitchen. See, I won’t serve Chilean sea bass; it’s frozen and shipped around the world, while we have the ocean in our backyard. What’s the point?

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The littleneck clams are combined with red potatoes, seasoned with freshly picked herbs, and served with a squeeze of lemon. BELOW: The longtime friends enjoy their meal with a bottle of local rosé.

“I won’t serve Chilean sea bass; it’s frozen and shipped around the world while we have the ocean in our backyard.” —JOE REALMUTO Are your diners different than in the past? What are they asking for? JR: Our clients want top-quality ingredients, and they are as concerned as we are with local and sustainable food. They ask whether our meat is grassfed and whether our vegetables come from our garden. SM: I grew up in the ’70s in the Midwest, and we ate from a can even though our crops came from the Midwest! When I moved east, my whole view of things changed. What are your favorite places to shop? JR: I love the farm stands like Quail Hill Farm, Tom Falkowski’s, and Fairview Farm. I am also a huge fan of Dock to Dish, the innovative com munity- and restaurant-supported fishery. What’s new at your restaurants this summer? SM: Since both of our restaurants are on the water, we really emphasize fish and seafood, but especially at The Bell & Anchor. However, our menu is extensive now, with great pork chops and roasted chicken. JR: Only two years ago, we hired farmer Jeff Negron to help us take full advantage of our one-acre garden. It may not be a huge piece of land, but we harvest as much from it as possible and it requires serious focus. In August, if you don’t stay on top of your leafy greens, you’re cooked! H

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94 Dune Road East Quogue, NY 11942 631-653-0653 dockerswaterside.com Dockers is a Hamptons destination like no other.... It’s a lively restaurant and bar overlooking the water with “The Most Beautiful Sunsets & Water Views in the Hamptons”. With 180 waterfront seats, 2 outdoor waterside living rooms, 3 bars, and a menu that is an eclectic mix of creative American food with an emphasis on fresh seafood, steaks and lobsters, Dockers always pleases. Dockers Waterside is what summer in the Hamptons is all about. A refreshing casual, relaxing & friendly environment is by design with a certain “on vacation” feeling. The food, the view, the music, the scene & the live entertainment are all part of the overall experience. Zagat has consistently rated it as a “lively, upscale casual waterfront restaurant, bar and marina”. Dockers is absolutely the place to be this summer and with good reason.

“Every year we strive to bring the freshest, fnest ingredients and service to the Hamptons. As Executive Chef, I pride myself to put out the best product to our guests. Along with the awesome views and sunsets, live music, delicious food and a cool, knowledgeable bar staf, Dockers is certainly where I’d want to be when in the Hamptons.”

— Scott A Hastings, Executive Chef


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PIERRE’S 2469 Main Street Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631-547-5110 pierresbridgehampton.com Pierre Weber, a ffth generation pastry chef, established Pierre’s of Bridgehampton in the Summer of 2002. Pierre’s is a French restaurant specializing in local seafood, open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner year-round. Next door, Pierre’s Market is famous for spectacular pastries, croissants, danishes, sandwiches and salads for your elegant picnics. On the restaurant side, Pierre’s features hot dishes this season including the Lobster Fricassée served for lunch or dinner and the Lobster Benedict served only at brunch – both are popular favorites among guests. Pierre’s dining room is decorated in the spirit of a St. Tropez or St. Barth’s restaurant. The full service bar boasts plenty of summery cocktails to choose from. Relax in the abundant sunlight on the Terrace which is a must on warm days and quiet summer evenings. The atmosphere is cozy and intimate, elegant yet relaxed – defnitely a place to see and be seen.

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PRIME 117 New York Avenue Huntington, NY 11776 631-385-1515 restaurantprime.com At Prime, the latest trends in cuisine and design present the most insatiable and fashionable diner with a frst-choice destination. Menus for every mood combine classic favorites with modern twists. Well-qualifed hands in the state-of-the-art kitchen prepare the fnest ingredients. Order from the raw bar and sushi bar, or dig into steaks and chops. Sip a signature cocktail or select from the 6,000-bottle Vine Room wine cellar. Savor the striking décor and spectacular view of Huntington Harbor. In season, menus may be taken on either the Porch or Dockside, and refreshing cocktails are served on the Fantail deck. Also alfresco in summer are live music on weekends and Monday movie nights. Year-round, the Prime experience is underscored by excellent service.

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95 New York Avenue Huntington, NY 11743 631-271-5600 HarborClubatPrime.com Situated on Huntington Harbor, adjacent to Prime: An American Kitchen & Bar, Harbor Club at Prime presents the fnest waterfront venue on Long Island for weddings, social celebrations and business events. Floor-to-ceiling windows, open-air balconies and lushly landscaped grounds are a vantage point for stunning sunset views ofset by Gold Coast mansions and luxury yachts. An exceptional fne dining menu and attentive restaurant-style service deepen the exclusive experience. Harbor Club at Prime epitomizes the signature style of Bohlsen Restaurant Group (www.brgroup.biz) and its award-winning dining establishments. The group’s portfolio extends to Prime: An American Kitchen & Bar next door; top Zagat-rated Tellers: An American Chophouse and the chic and casual Verace: True Italian in Islip; neighborhood favorite Long Island’s Beachtree in East Islip; the vibrant H2O: Seafood Grill in Smithtown; and Newsday’s #1 restaurant on Long Island for 2012, the four-star Monsoon: Asian Kitchen and Lounge in Babylon Village

“At the Harbor Club at Prime, next door to our first waterfront establishment, Prime: An American Kitchen & Bar, we will combine the same impeccable service, world-class food, fantastic beverage program and genuine hospitality with one of Long Island’s finest water and sunset views.”

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SOUTHAMPTON SOCIAL CLUB 256 Elm Street Southampton, NY 11968 631-287-1400 Since bursting onto the scene Southampton Social Club has redefned the art of hospitality in the Hamptons. Award winning Chef Scott Kampf continues his farm to table philosophy adding new winners to his popular menu. New Zealand Lamb Chops and Local Pan Seared Striped Bass join past favorites such as Lobster Croissants and Caribbean Spiced Mahi-Mahi. Social Club’s unique “one-stop-shop” theory of dining with friends, and then staying to enjoy one of the hottest night life scenes in the Hamptons, has really set it apart. The beautiful indoor and exterior settings, the exquisite attention to detail paired with high quality food and service make Southampton Social Club the premier venue for everything from weddings to corporate outings and everything in between.


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FRESH HAMPTONS 203 Sag Harbor Turnpike Bridgehampton, NY 11963 631-537-4700 Freshhamptons.com

Going into its second year, FRESH Hamptons has established itself as a local favorite. “Serving local food to locals,” FRESH serves lunch and dinner seven days a week, and brunch on weekends. With FRESH, LOCAL, and ORGANIC as their mantra, the seasoned team in the kitchen consistently produces great clean food that not only tastes delicious but is designed to energize and vitalize your body, mind, soul, and spirit. The regulars will tell you they come for the food but that they love the energy in the room.

“Every great restaurant has one thing in common; they have great customers. Our regulars are the backbone of the restaurant. They influence every decision I make and are the driving force behind our success. People say our different menu style is genius, but really we just listened intently, and gave our regulars what they want.”

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RED STIXS 1020 Montauk Highway Water Mill, NY 11976 631-726-6200 redstixs.com Red Stixs is a modern upscale dining establishment featuring classic Chinese dishes prepared “Beijing style” by Executive Chef Skinny Mei who spent the last nine years at Philippe restaurant in Midtown Manhattanworking under Philippe Chow. The menu includes traditional Chinese plates such as selection of satays, noodles, dumplings, lettuce wraps, and appetizers, poultry, meat, freshly caught seafood, entrees served family style, and restaurant’s signature Peking Duck. Red Stixs is located at 1020 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. Hours of operation: Sunday – Thursday 5:30 pm – 11pm; Friday 5:30 pm – 4am; closed on Monday.

“Red Stixs is thrilled to welcome guests for a taste of Beijing style Chinese food in the Hamptons. Refreshing cocktails, chicken satays, Peking Duck, and many other traditional Chinese dishes await you at Red Stixs in Water Mill.”

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the 2,000-square-foot boutique. “The store will have more of a beach focus than our other shops. We are layering in swim accessories like tunics in bright colors and bold patterns, including chevron and floral.” After honing her design skills at Kenzo, Daniel Hechter, and Byblos, Lloyd held top posts at Banana Republic and Burberry. In her current role, she has overseen the transformation of Kate Spade New York from a handbag company to a global lifestyle brand by launching new categories (including ready-to-wear and jewelry, as well as Kate Spade Saturday) and expanding the Jack Spade brand. Kate Spade’s summer collection is inspired by Lloyd’s travels to South America, as part of the company’s yearlong theme of “Places to go, and people to see,” and will feature great beach totes, sandals, and day dresses that are “perfect for the Hamptons,” says Lloyd, who plans to spend the summer months out East walking on the beach with her husband, Simon Arscott, a classic-car collector, and their two standard schnauzers, Stanley and Lulu, as well as visiting the area’s farmstands and lobster shacks. continued on page 190

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The Gini clutch ($298) and the Licorice heel ($328) from Kate Spade’s Summer 2014 collection.

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FROM LEFT: Centro Tiles statement necklace ($278) and the Emanuelle clutch ($498) from Kate Spade.

continued from page 188 Not only will the East Hampton boutique stock outdoor entertaining look forward to seeing who is wearing it next,” says Lloyd. “It is exciting!” items from the Kate Spade home collection—including colorful, graphicTo complete a look, pop into the boutique for colorful accoutrements, patterned barware and melamine tabletop plates, trays, and coasters—it such as the Fine Feather Roux clutch in hot pink and orange, the Centro will also offer an array of summer apparel, such as Kate Spade’s Havana Tiles necklace in coral pink with diamantés, or the 2 Park Avenue Babe tote scoop-neck landscape dress, in a black, brown, and in geranium—an ideal bag for the Jitney or trips into cream palette with splashes of red, yellow, and green, town. For the beach and pool parties, there’s the or the Rio de Janeiro crepe tie-back dress in neutrals, Avila sandal in brown leather with sparkling amber with a fitted waist and swingy skirt. For cool nights, stones, the Pilar flat in pale pink with diamantés, and there’s a floral cluster popover that is bright pink the Tracie sandal in powder. “Don’t forget a cocktail with a pretty beaded flower design, a Broome Street ring for sunset soirées,” says Lloyd, who has a colleccapri in a cool green leaf print, and Havana orchid tion of them ranging from Kate Spade designs to —DEBORAH LLOYD print button-down shirts that are easy to wear. Lloyd vintage rings with gemstones. “This season, we also says it’s about escaping for the weekend and not have beautiful wood with gold accent rings.” overly fussy wardrobes: “There is nothing like the feeling you have packed Whether you’re looking for a head-to-toe summer wardrobe or just well—you get to wear everything and in different ways. A blazer can a fun pop of color, Kate Spade’s latest offerings are perfect for beachanchor a whole other outfit.” loving Hamptonites. “It’s the woman you dream of when you are designAccessories are also a part of the collection, which has attracted high- ing this collection,” says Lloyd. “She is escaping for the weekend; we all wattage celebrity fans such as Taylor Swift, Suki Waterhouse, and Pippa want to escape and to live this beautiful lifestyle.” 17 Newtown Lane, East Middleton, who wore Kate Spade all over the Hamptons last summer. “I always Hampton, 324-1974; katespade.com H

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Bella Ornaf’s gold-dipped shark teeth ($125–$350).

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s a mate with the Montauk-based Sea Turtle Dive Charters, (sharkdivemontauk.com and seaturtlecharters.com), Bella Ornaf has been leading the outfit’s popular shark cave diving experience for three years. On the vessel, she lures “goofy, playful blue sharks” close to divers in shark cages, allowing for up-close and personal viewing 90 minutes off the tip of Long Island. “I spend a lot of time on the Sea Turtle, looking at the ocean and playing with the sharks,” says Ornaf. “There is a lot of time to think and a lot of beauty to see, and anything from a movement of a shark, to the movement of the ocean, to a random tree branch can spark an idea.” Most notably, those experiences inspired Fin, Ornaf’s line of jewelry made from great white and megalodon shark teeth found during scuba trips in Florida and North Carolina. “I wanted to bring the beauty and elegance of the sharks to the fashion forward,” she says of her collection, which includes

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teeth dipped in 24k gold. “At first I wrapped the smaller necklace-sized teeth, but I wasn’t satisfied. I wanted something more elegant and versatile that could bring these incredible teeth to the fashion lover. Who doesn’t love a pendant statement piece and some gold?” Ornaf plans to donate 5 percent of her sales to a shark conservation organization to help educate future generations on the importance of sharks to our ecosystems. “Aside from providing me with an awe-inspiring summer job, and shedding their teeth, which provides me with pieces to work into my jewelry, sharks provide balance in our oceans,” says Ornaf. “What people tend not to realize is that as a direct result of sharks and their eating habits that keep other sea-dwelling populations in check, our oceans stay healthy.” Whalebone Creative, 65 Tuthill Road, Montauk; whalebonecreative.com; finmontauk.com H

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Effortless I Elegance IN CELEBRATION OF THE SECOND SEASON OF HER NAMESAKE BOUTIQUE IN SOUTHAMPTON, AERIN LAUDER SITS DOWN WITH ALINA CHO TO TALK ABOUT HER FAMILY BUSINESS, HER COMPANY’S FUTURE, AND THE NEXT GENERATION. 194

f there is one word that epitomizes Aerin Lauder, it is “effortless.” At the beach or on the red carpet, I’ve always marveled at how Aerin can pull together an outfit that is so perfect, yet looks as though she didn’t give it a second thought. As it turns out, effortless style is also a way of life for her, one that two years ago begat her namesake lifestyle brand that’s the only stand-alone boutique on Main Street in Southampton. Aerin’s world encompasses cosmetics, to be sure, but also shoes, jewelry, lighting, and furniture. What’s changed since she opened up shop last year? Here, the granddaughter of Estée Lauder talks about growing up in the Hamptons, raising her children here, and building her business, one straw hat at a time.

Alina Cho: Let’s talk about AERIN Southampton. Why Southampton? Aerin Lauder: I’ve always loved all the different towns; I actually spend a lot of time in each and every one of them. I came to decide on the location for the store a few years ago during Thanksgiving weekend. My sister and I were shopping in Southampton and I was telling her that I wanted to open up a concept store and was hoping to find the perfect space, something small and special, like a jewel box. We grabbed a coffee at The Golden Pear Cafe and walked down Main Street, and there it was. It was just meant to be. What does it mean to you to have your first continued on page 196

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Aerin Lauder tells Alina Cho how wicker furniture inspired many of the pieces in her eponymous Southampton boutique.

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FROM TOP: Blue and white is Lauder’s favorite color palette; straw totes, AERIN cosmetics, and jewelry are popular items at her Southampton boutique; Lauder and her sister at the estate when it belonged to their grandmother, Estée.

continued from page 194 store in the Hamptons? The Hamptons is probably one of the most special places in the world to me. I’m always asked where my paradise is, and I always say the Hamptons. What kinds of products were you mindful of creating when thinking of the Hamptons customer? Lots of variations of beach bags and that straw raffia pouch, which is very iconic to our store and the Hamptons. Beautiful hats—people out here are either wearing hats or have a wall in their homes covered in hats. [The store is] probably 60 percent AERIN product and about 40 percent our edit, which includes bikinis from the South of France or Brazil, vintage Rolexes, and charm bracelets.... What are three things from your store that you would suggest as hostess gifts? Our candles have done so well that we’ve developed a beautiful straw outer sleeve as an exclusive for Southampton. I also think a great hostess gift is the small yellow ikat bag or one of these recently launched porcelain flowers, which come in white or gold. Do you get a lot of inspiration from the Hamptons? We have a whole collection of straw in the store that we’re using for entertaining and home, and that is very much inspired by my mother’s porch with the wicker. We carry pieces that complement an easy lifestyle, such as oven-to-table trays for effortless entertaining. This summer, we’re also collaborating with this wonderful organization called First Book (firstbook.org), which provides new books to children in need. We’re selling these beautifully packaged bundles of classic children’s books with a percentage of proceeds going to the organization. You’re now living in the home that belonged to your grandmother, Estée Lauder. Why did she buy that house? My parents used to live around the corner and she would always come and stay with them. She loved white houses with pillars—it was her ideal, very Gone with the Wind. My sister and I would

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“I’m always asked where my paradise is, and I always say the Hamptons.” —AERIN LAUDER

always spend the night with her and it was a wonderful escape. It didn’t hurt that she had boxes and boxes of chocolates in the refrigerator. Yes, boxes of chocolates and lipstick samples. She and my mother really taught me the importance of creating a home. I’ll place a stack of my European Vogues in the room if I think that it is something my guest would like. There’s something about catering to your houseguests that is so fulfilling. I love that your home’s columns can be seen on Estée Lauder products. continued on page 198

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CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: The AERIN Southampton boutique in Southampton carries Hamptons-centric items like this yellow ikat bag ($65, medium; $78, large) and gold peony ($135) that make sweet hostess gifts; Lauder’s book, published last year.

Home (Potter Style), is blue and white and was continued from page 196 Estée always loved columns, which is the inspi- actually shot in her bedroom in the Hamptons, ration behind the flute lipstick, which is still in which is the room I’ve kept as is. Why was that important to you? the line today. For the first two years you had the house, Because she was such an incredible woman and you left it as it was, and then you started to it was such a place that she loved. Her bedroom go through it room by room to make things was really her oasis, and it was one of her favorite bedrooms in all her homes. Whenever I walk your own. by, I still think it looks as timeless We made slight changes. Originally, and perfect as it did when I first saw when you walked in, it was all it all those years ago. She had an cream, and I love living with color, amazing ability to embrace differso I added a coat of gray paint to the Best local coffee: The Golden ent concepts and make them seem entranceway. I’ve kept the chairs, Pear Cafe timeless. mirrors, and consoles as is, and Favorite How have your childhood memthe two rooms on either side of restaurants: Sant ories affected how you spend the entranceway have just been Ambroeus in time with your own children? repainted. The living room is now Southampton I think history repeats itself. My lavender when it used to be cream and Sen in Sag memories of Long Island are based and still has all of her blue and Harbor on strawberry picking, fresh corn, white ceramics. Hidden gem: Blooming Shells beach walks, barbecues, going to One thread that you kept in Sag Harbor the farmstand, and getting fresh throughout is blue and white, flowers, and I do all of this with my which Estée loved. Yes, it’s definitely a color combination that she children today. There’s something so easy about always loved—she created a brand and a com- being out here. The air is fresh, the food is fresh, pany around it. And it’s a color combination that and when I go out, I feel like I’m escaping. I’ve lived with my whole life; my first room was AERIN Southampton, 83 Main St., Southampton, blue and white. The cover of my book, Beauty at 353-3773; aerin.com H

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Weathered-wood wallpaper, Piet Hein Eek ($299 per roll).

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In With the Old ARTIST PIET HEIN EEK’S SCRAPWOOD WALLPAPER, AVAILABLE AT SYLVESTER & CO., CAPTURES THE EAST END’S INTERIORS VIBE. A MODERN-DAY GENERAL STORE, Sylvester & Co. has devoted an entire wall to the unique, beach-friendly papers of internationally renowned Dutch artist Piet Hein Eek. “This paper is transformative, and I love the faux theater of using it,” says founder and boutique owner Lynda Sylvester. “We have used it in several installations, and it brings a warmth to the room.” Eek first developed an interest in old materials after restoring a cupboard for his sister and has since built his business around saving and repurposing old materials; the Scrapwood Collection marks his debut in wallpaper. No two rolls are identical, and there’s no repeat print. Sylvester & Co. at Home, 154 Main St., Amagansett, 267-9777; sylvesterathome.com; Sylvester & Co., 103 Main St., Sag Harbor, 267-9777; sylvesterandco.com

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“A clutch is an essential in the summer when you go to cocktail parties or charity functions,” says Marc Deleon, co-owner of Southampton mainstay The Perfect Purse, which offers a selection of summer’s most coveted bags, including classic Chanel double-flap bags, Hermès Kelly and Jige bags, and Judith Leiber embellished evening clutches. “You just need your cell phone and some lipstick, and then you’re ready to socialize without carrying a lot of unnecessary things.” Although the store’s well-curated selection is constantly changing, the Chanel shoulder bags in saccharine shades of blush, powder blue, and white are at the top of Hamptonites’ wish lists. And now that the boutique has moved to a new space across the street from its previous location, The Perfect Purse boasts an even greater assortment of statement carryalls artfully displayed in the airy, lightflooded shop. “Marc sees the art and beauty in handbags,” says Alan Stolz of his business partner and co-owner. Says Stolz, “With names like Gucci and Chanel, the handbags are the stars here.” 27 Hampton Road, Southampton, 283-3360; theperfectpursehamptons.com FROM LEFT: 32cm Kelly bag in ivory leather and crinoline ($7,500) and Jige clutch in blue jean courchevel leather ($2,550), Hermès.

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Southampton’s The Perfect Purse moves to a larger location to offer more of its coveted vintage bags.

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Mr. Style Blue 1 welcomes new designers, expanding its merchandise for men.

Fleur birds of paradise bikini top ($130) and bottom ($100), Vilebrequin.

“Closed is perfect Hamptons wear,” says Blue 1 co-owner Crystal Willis. Closed, founded in Italy in 1978, now based in Germany, specializes in jeans and chinos as well as ultraluxe worn-in leather jackets and is just one of the new lines Crystal and her husband, Blue 1 co-owner Jarret Willis, are introducing at their boutiques in Westhampton Beach and Bridgehampton. They will also exclusively carry Alex Mill’s line of modern staples that redefine laid-back luxury. “[Mill] creates a man’s perfect uniform with a well-crafted assortment of classic essentials,” says Jarret. Also new this summer is Dita, “a great men’s accessory line and another must-have this season,” says Crystal. The collection of handcrafted sunglass frames is made from the finest modern materials— such as titanium, 18k gold, and a rare Japanese acetate— to create strong and durable lenses that pair sleek sophistication with comfort and quality. 2397 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 237-1796; 124 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 288-5830; shopblue1.com Cuidad matte gray swirl sunglasses, Dita ($1,350), available at Blue 1.

Finally for Les Femmes DEVOTED SOLELY TO MENSWEAR SINCE 1971, Vilebrequin has finally launched its first collection for women. The line pays homage to the glamorous women of the ’70s in elegant yet casual fabrics like terrycloth, which has also been used in its best-selling men’s polos. St-Tropez-inspired classic men’s pieces such as linen shirts and printed swim trunks are also being redefined for their feminine counterparts. Sure to be popular around Southampton are beach-ready styles like the Moorea, a cord-belted mini short that’s both easy and elegant. 42 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 204-1530; vilebrequin.com H

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Do It Like Doonan BON VIVANT SIMON DOONAN SHARES HIS FAVORITE SHELTER ISLAND SPOTS, AS WELL AS THE EAST END LOCALES FOR WHICH HE’LL STRAY. BY LAUREN FINNEY

As creative ambassadorat-large for Barneys New York, Simon Doonan knows the fashion vernacular backward and forward, but the best-selling author of seven hilarious tomes also knows about not taking style too seriously. Here, Doonan shares his go-to spots on his home base of Shelter Island, as well as the “off island” East End places that capture his fancy.

“After 27 years, I am, of course, intensely loyal to Barneys,” says Doonan. “But once in a while I stray. Tomas Maier’s (74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 604-6700; tomasmaier.com) swimsuits are groovy and understated. I like to whomp them up by wearing them with a Liberty print shirt. I am also a huge devotee of Mr. Turk at Trina Turk (79 Main St., East Hampton, 324-7075; trinaturk.com). I am probably the only 62-year-old on earth who is still rocking a Mr. Turk hipster square cut. I do not believe in growing old gracefully. Wait until you see me at 72!” Doonan also adores a visit to Marie Eiffel (413 Grand Ave.; 8 Grand Ave., Shelter Island, 749-0707; marieeiffel.com) because “Marie is an old-school French retailer who runs her store like a fancy Paris boutique circa 1960,” he says. “But honesty compels me to admit that I am quite lazy on the weekends, and the store I most often frequent is the fab old Shelter Island Heights Pharmacy (19 Grand Ave., Shelter Island Heights, 749-0445). It’s worth schlepping over from the South Fork because they have a spiffy old-fashioned lunch counter.” Road, Shelter Island, 749-0041; blissdepartmentstore.com)—“It’s so old-school and authentic: just tube socks, flip-flops, and undies”—Doonan has been known to travel across the river for a visit to Greenport and Beall & Bell (430 Main St., 477-8239; beallandbell.com) for vintage furniture and accessories. “Everything in our Shelter Island pad is either Beall & Bell or [from partner] Jonathan Adler,” he states. “Our house on Shelter Island is not exactly Hamptons style—it’s more Big Sur–slash– Montauk. We wanted a rustic California vibe. We are very perverse.” After a day of antiquing, he likes to visit Claudio’s (111 Main St., Greenport, 477-0627; claudios.com), the oldest family-run restaurant in the US. Exclaims Doonan, “Do the words ‘fried onion rings’ mean anything to you?” H CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:

Simon Doonan; Mr. Turk swim trunks ($158) from Trina Turk; Greenport’s Beall & Bell; lobster and fried onion rings at Claudio’s; Marie Eiffel’s selection of beachready ceramics.

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The Tress Master 27 HAMPTON SALON OWNER BIANKA LEFFERTS IS BRINGING VIP STYLE WITH HER EVERYWHERE SHE GOES WHEN IN TOWN.

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ith 27 Hampton Salon, Bianka Lefferts has fused Manhattan-esque service with the East End’s laid-back style. Making it an even more high-profile destination is a newly launched VIP room. With its own designated entrance, the space is available to customers who can book the area with a friend and receive hair, makeup, and nail treatments as a pair. By keeping preferred customers’ information on file, the hassle of billing is alleviated for an entirely serene experience, making it the perfect summer treat. For the ultimate in beach-beauty recommendations, Lefferts offers a peek at her seasonal essentials. 27 Hampton Road, Southampton, 379-3107; 27hamptonsalon.com H 1

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White’s Clout An East Hampton mainstay gets a makeover.

3. Eye So Sassy sunglasses, Chrome Hearts ($850). Optical Shop of Aspen, 53 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 329-4318 4. Susaocc sandal, Manolo Blahnik ($745). Hirshleifers, Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, 526-627-3566; hirshleifers.com 5. Red Crow raffia bag, Sans-Arcidet ($495). Calypso St. Barth, 117 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-1711; calyspostbarth.com

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After generations as a fixture on East Hampton’s Main Street, White’s is being revitalized and rebooted. While maintaining the same small-town pharmacy charm, and many of the original employees, the apothecary’s new owners have expanded its cosmetic offerings to make it a true beauty destination. “We know how important it is to keep the integrity of the name ‘White’s,’ and we plan on doing so with prestige beauty, skincare, and gifts,” says the store’s buyer Nicole Ross. A new spa service will have makeup artists and aestheticians at the ready for both brow appointments and makeup applications, while dry-bar blowouts and hairstyling will be available throughout the summer. On the product end, lines for both men and women from Molton Brown and The Art of Shaving have joined a roster that already includes La Mer, Shiseido, and luxury sun-care line Hampton Sun. 81 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0082; whiteseast hampton.com

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1. Necklace, Jennifer Miller Jewelry ($110). 55 Main St., East Hampton, 329-9061; jennifermillerjewelry.com

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SEASIDE SECRETS

A wood sculpture of a bishop, from Italy, circa 1760, from the Eicke family collections.

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verything is here in Sag Harbor,” says German art and furniture dealer Michael Eicke, from inside his store, Max ID NY Gallery at Christy’s Building Art Center, located on the stretch of Madison Street just before it folds into Main. “Sag Harbor has people with a different knowledge of beauty. It never stands still. It’s in my blood. I’m part of the changes; I’m part of the future. I love it.” It was an August night in 1989 that Michael first discovered the quaint whaling village that back then was so off the beaten path that there was only a handwritten sign hanging on a tree alerting visitors to its existence. He had been lured to dinner with friends at The American Hotel, and after a memorable meal, and a glimpse at the picturesque streets and buildings, he placed an international call to his wife at their home in Düsseldorf. “I said, ‘Elfi, I’ve found our town.’” After initially spending only summers in the bucolic East End hamlet while maintaining residences in Germany and London, the Eickes purchased a three-story former brothel to house their business and decamped with their two children to Sag Harbor. It took two years of meticulous renovation and restoration to turn the Christy’s Building (so named for the previous owner but long since abandoned) into the stylish gallery that opened its doors in 1997. With the guidance of Elfi, who worked in the fashion business in Europe, the tasteful and chic gallery offers a carefully curated mix of both contemporary and old masters paintings and furniture, antiques, lighting, and Michael’s true passion: architectural artifacts and continued on page 212

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SEASIDE SECRETS A writing desk by German/ French furniture maker Jean-Henri Riesener (MarieAntoinette’s favorite designer) with a 1920s French lamp and 19th-century European paintings—all finds of Michael and Elfi Eicke (BELOW).

“Sag Harbor has people with a different knowledge of beauty.”

continued from page 210 panels. “The basic idea was to have enough material to restore historic houses and buildings,” says Michael. His zeal for such pieces has had him crisscrossing the globe on quests for goods for the past 30 years. His finds help furnish some of the great private mansions in Europe, as well as filling six warehouses in Europe and five houses in the Hamptons. He relishes the doors and bookshelves that renovators so often discard and lovingly refurbishes them. One of his latest obsessions is the paneled library from Sisley Mellon’s house that was first auctioned at Sotheby’s in 1953 and is now offered for sale at Michael’s store. “It’s remarkable,” he gushes. Over the years the gallery has hosted wellknown exhibits that have drawn crowds from all over. In 2009, they showcased Billy Joel’s collection of 20 vintage motorcycles, which attracted 30,000 visitors, with all donated proceeds going to the local fire department. (“People were camping outside,” recalls Michael.) Other past exhibitions have included their friend Nan Goldin’s work; retrospectives of the works of Giancarlo Impiglia and English artist and sculptor Michael Ayrton; and marine paintings in conjunction with

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Wally Findlay Galleries in New York. With the emergence of the Internet and the growth of the auction world, the business has changed. Initially the majority of customers were dealers who had great knowledge about the antiques, and there was a nice “exchange of ideas and information,” says Michael. But now the season is shorter and foot traffic has lessened, so the Eickes have evolved their business to better fit with the times. Four years ago, they brought their now 24-year-old son, Maximilian, into the business and renamed it Max ID NY Gallery after him. Something of a prodigy, Max holds six patents and has designed four collections of furniture, ranging from chairs and stools to tables, that have the design world raving. His works sell for from $600 to $60,000, and his fan base is growing. “Max has integrated his modern approach to the store and brings an accent to the classical furniture,” explains Elfi. “And children are smitten with his things because they are playful and puzzlelike.” Indeed, one of his fastest-selling inventions was a woven beach chair that was designed with women in mind, so that the legs don’t bang into them when they are walking down to the shore. Ranging in colors from bright red and orange to white and gray, they were immediately snatched up. A recent visit to the gallery revealed paintings by late local painters Hans Kline and Tony Stubbing amid precious antique mirrors and leatherbound books, with Max’s Koala tables and Elfenbein chairs strewn around. The atmosphere is open and inviting, and you have the sense you are at the apartment of your most-stylish friend with a discerning eye. It’s no wonder that decorators like Steven Gambrel and Richard Keith Langham are fans. But at the end of the day, it is the people in Sag Harbor who bring the Eickes the most pleasure. “The comfort customers give me is immense,” says Michael. “There is no other job where you can meet such interesting people.” 3 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 725-7000 H

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model mom TV host, reality-show judge, fashion designer, and mother of four—HEIDI KLUM does it all. Here, she talks to her Project Runway costar, TIM GUNN, about winning an Emmy, balancing work and family, and her favorite “splashy” Hamptons destination. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KENNETH CAPPELLO STYLING BY MARYAM MALAKPOUR

Striped silk long-sleeve blouse with sash ($650) and blush silk charmeuse ball skirt ($2,875), Juan Carlos Obando. Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-826-8900; barneys.com. Metal sunglasses, Oliver Peoples ($405). Optical Shop of Aspen, 53 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 329-4318; oliverpeoples.com. 18k yellow-gold and diamond Love bracelet, Cartier ($10,700). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-3200; cartier.us. Rustic green diamond marquis studs ($3,167) and baguette knife-edge band with white diamonds ($1,600), Lizzie Mandler. lizziemandler.com

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of America’s Got Talent and judge on Project Runway and Germany’s Next Top Model, Heidi Klum is a multi-hyphenate dynamo. Recently she added designer to her extensive résumé, with the creation of Truly Scrumptious, a line of whimsical yet stylish clothing, accessories, and furniture for kids available at Babies “R” Us stores nationwide as well as a fitness-meetsfashion collaboration with New Balance. And as much as audiences have fallen for the German-born stunner, her Project Runway costar and co –Emmy Award winner, Tim Gunn, is equally smitten. “As incredibly stunning and gorgeous and beautiful as Heidi is in print, on camera, on film, and on television, in person Heidi takes your breath away,” says Gunn. “There was a time she had her hand in mine and I looked at her and said, ‘Even your knuckles are stunning.’” In the Hamptons, the mother of four (to daughters Leni, 10, and Lou, 5, and sons Henry, 9, and Johan, 8) is more likely to be found on the waterslides of Splish Splash than parading down a red carpet in flashy new fashions. Here, she talks candidly about the challenges of balancing it all. TIM GUNN: Compared to you, I feel like I am floating in ether, because Heidi, honestly, I don’t know how you do it all. I just have me, while you have four kids. HEIDI KLUM: That’s the part that can some-

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the six days of shooting America’s Got Talent I got picked up at 8:45, but I still had to get up at 6 AM and make breakfast and be there with my kids because I shoot till 9 PM. At least I can spend a little time with them in the morning.... You made the most incredible video. I don’t know how many people are aware of it, but it was called “I Have To Do Everything Around Here,” and it was a bunch of scenes at Project Runway where you were the producer, the director, you were miking people, doing the hair and makeup, the lighting, vacuuming the runway, getting my lunch.... Talk a little about what the real behind the scenes is like.

The real behind the scenes is not that crazy—I don’t do Nina’s hair and I don’t get your lunch. But we do have a lot of meetings with the producers and the network. We talk about how the next season looks, what our challenges are, and how we can put different twists on things to keep it fresh for our audience and also for our designers and for us. We talk about what things went wrong or if one of the designers packed their bags in the middle of the night and ran off. Things happen, and we have to deal with it. That’s one of the things I love about the show—it really is real. We don’t do anything that’s false; we just let things happen. What’s your favorite part of the show?

We have talented designers who normally wouldn’t be able to have a voice, and we give them a platform. Even if they don’t make it, it is still an amazing experience for them to show their talent to millions of people across America. Then when we have a winner, they really get a kick-start into the industry they want to be in. Every year we have 15 or 16 players on the stage, and they are always with the sparkly, wanting eyes. I look at them, and I think, They are not actors; they are real people who have passion, and we can help push them along a little bit and that’s exciting for me. I share that with you, and I will also add that what’s so great for season 13 is that

the economy is so much better than it has been for so many past seasons; that’s a real advantage for our designers.

Absolutely. It’s even hard for big designers to stay [in business]. I look at Christian Siriano and the stuff he is doing with Payless; he is on Oprah and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. We have had some real success stories come out of our show, and I’m so proud of that. How do you balance family and work?

When I have days off, I pile that time with fun things for the kids to do. We go to the beach and play in the sand or they go in the ocean or we go on a bike ride or do a picnic with friends. They go to soccer, ballet, or karate, or we do play dates at the house with big barbecues or swimming parties, and we have a trampoline outside. We go on hikes with the dogs. When I do Project Runway in New York, all those days when the designers are working and I’m off, I do things with my kids. I go and see all of the Broadway shows, or we take the double-decker bus around the city and see all of the highlights of New York City or we go to the Statue of Liberty. I always think of things for them to do to keep them entertained and make it memorable. On days when I’m shooting, they go to school.

“We love the concrete jungle, but sometimes it’s nice for the kids to go to the beach.”

I feel more exhausted hearing this.

Sometimes it is. Sometimes being with the kids can actually be more exhausting than going to work because I have four of them. New York is a crazy city, so my eyes have to be everywhere. They can’t walk around without holding hands. There are a lot of rules when we move around the city, but they don’t know it any other way because we have been shooting Project Runway for so many seasons. Do you bring the kids out here to the Hamptons?

I do. I get a nine-person passenger van, and we all pile in and come to the Hamptons for the weekend. We love the concrete jungle, but sometimes it’s nice for them to go to the beach or sometimes we go to Splish Splash. I told [Project Runway judge] Nina [Garcia] and she said, “You can’t get me to Splish Splash; I can’t go and be in

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“It’s nice to spend the weekend in the Hamptons and get out of the madness of New York City.”

a bathing suit.” And I said, “No, you have to go to Splish Splash.” Now she loves it, and she sees how much my kids love it, too. It’s fun. Maybe you ought to come with my kids and me. My trouble is that I never have days off when we’re shooting.

Well, that’s not good. See, you need to plan better. We might have to work on the schedule so you can come with my kids and me to Splish Splash. Independent of the kids, what is your favorite part about the Hamptons?

It’s just mellow. I see a lot of people I normally wouldn’t see that much and people I haven’t seen in a while. I have a lot of friends who have houses out here, so I go and visit them with the kids and then we do barbecues and we hang around the pool. It’s nice to spend the weekend in the Hamptons and get out of the madness of New York City. Can you believe we’ve done 13 seasons of Project Runway?

It’s amazing; we didn’t expect that in the same way that I didn’t expect to find such an amazing jewel like yourself. Oh, you are so lovely to say that.

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When we sold the show, we didn’t really have you in mind for it. Then there you were and we were like, “He’s amazing, and we have to work him fully into the show,” because you are one of a kind. You are not only so knowledgeable and have been in the industry for so long, but you are also so much fun. You gave us one of the biggest catchphrases: “Make it work.” You couldn’t have written it, you couldn’t have planned it, sometimes things just happen and you just go with it. That’s what I think is wonderful about the show. We didn’t chase it; we didn’t push it; we just did it, and people responded to it. I want to confide in you—I still get so starstruck in your presence that I break out in a hot sweat.

had three hours in between presenting and our award. We said, “Let’s have a glass of Champagne. We are looking fabulous; we are in a fabulous mood; we are excited to be nominated and nervous.” We ran across the street to the Marriott and got a little tipsy. The producers came [and got us before our award]. We were sitting in the front row, and on stage Neil Patrick Harris says, “Okay, next category, reality television.... and here are the nominees.... and the winners are Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum.” Whatever happened in that moment I can’t properly recall because we had a few glasses of Champagne and I couldn’t believe that they said our names. I feel like you talked the whole time, and I was the echo. I don’t remember a thing I said. I only remember that we got backstage after we had our trophies in hand and we looked at each other and asked, “What did we just say?” And we didn’t know.

I was so nervous and relieved at the same time because we have been working on Project Runway for so many years. All of a sudden when they say your name, you feel relieved. It was incredible. Pamela Fryman, who was the director of How I Met Your Mother, said, “You two were adorable.” We were.

Where do you have your Emmy? It’s in my kitchen.

That’s fun! I have a home office, and I have it on my big desk. It’s like right there staring at me all of the time. Thank you for doing this interview with me! I love and adore you, and I’m the luckiest guy in the world to be able to call you a friend. I would do anything for you, anytime, anywhere.

We even got to experience winning an Emmy Award together last year.

Then I would love for you to do a home-cooked meal for me and invite me to your house one night and I can bring my children. After all of these years, I would love to see where you live, how you live, and I would love to have a homecooked meal. You said that you would do anything and everything I want—that’s my wish.

We were a little bit tipsy because we went on stage at the beginning of the Emmys, then we

We’ll do it. It will be an honor and a privilege—consider it done. H

No, you don’t! You’re a mess for that. You are so cute; I love you, Tim; I really do.

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The Big Book of the Hamptons, sure to be the summer’s most sought-after house gift, features beautiful images such as this white weather-beaten cottage with a wondrous private garden. The tome somehow makes the Hamptons we know seem fresh again.

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hen I was 19, I took a college term off to spend a lonely winter writing in a house in East Hampton. I didn’t get much writing done, but I did get profiled by a reporter from The East Hampton Star: I was dubbed the Young Writer at Work. That was how slow news was in the winter back then. Before he came over, I wrote worthy quotes from famous writers on pieces of paper, and slid those pieces under others, around my typewriter. When he asked how I liked the writer’s life, I pulled one of the sheets down enough to show myself the quote. “Well, it’s just as Hemingway said....” Decades later, I’m still a writer in the Hamptons. The subjects I take on for Vanity Fair range the culture, but I’ve found some of my favorites right here: After all, the world comes to us in the Hamptons, doesn’t it? For better or worse, they trace a route from the Hamptons as it was to what it has become. My first Hamptons piece in VF, nearly 25 years ago, was a profile of Peter Matthiessen, the novelist, literary travel writer, Zen Buddhist monk, and mainstay of the Hamptons’ writers scene. That scene, even then, was winding down, and money was coming to town. My next Hamptons piece was about Courtney Ross, the wealthy widow of media baron Steven Ross. Her cutting-edge Ross School was transforming education in the Hamptons for a new generation of Manhattan émigrés. Ross was—and is—a coolly imperious queen of her realm, maddening but visionary.

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At about that time, a new landowner in Sagaponack submitted plans for a compound so vast that no one could believe it. And who was this mysterious Ira Rennert, who’d bought an entire 63-acre farm field for this Tuscan extravagance? The country’s biggest private polluter, it turned out—although with time and money, he would work his way into the usual social circles. Little more than a month after 9/11, a brutal murder shook East Hampton. Financier Ted Ammon was killed in the bedroom of his sprawling, thatched-roof house at 59 Middle Lane. Days later I sat in the East Hampton village courtroom, wondering if the man 10 feet away from me, there that day on drunk-driving charges, was in fact Ammon’s murderer. How could he be, so utterly calm, not a hair out of place? But Danny Pelosi had gone from family electrician to the lover of Ammon’s about-to-be-divorced wife, Generosa. He looked guilty—and he was. One of my favorite Hamptons stories posed a question: Who drained Georgica Pond? The tidal inlet had welled up high that summer, and the wealthy, powerful homeowners around the pond were not amused as water flooded their basements. One night, the inlet was opened—illegally—and the overflow spilled back to the sea. East Hampton’s trustees, stewards of the tidal ponds, were furious.

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CLOCKWISE FROM FAR LEFT: Flags waving in beach breezes, the gnarled tree around Ralph Lauren’s country store, country bikes against a farmer’s fence, and palatial East End houses (such as Steven Spielberg’s in Georgica Pond)—icons of the East End, which are all featured in author Michael Shnayerson’s The Big Book of the Hamptons. He muses on the features of the Hamptons that are among his favorites—and the larger story those pieces tell, of how, for better and worse, the East End has changed in that time.

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The quiet scene, created by the founding artists and writers of the Hamptons, has slowly died down as people from more monied industries have come to town, thereby establishing new social circles and transforming the traditional cedar-shingle homes into picturesque second estates.

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“A YEAR LATER, THE WORLD HAD CHANGED, AND SO, I FOUND, HAD HAMPTONS REAL ESTATE.”

Who to blame? Martha Stewart? Ronald Perelman? Courtney Ross? Harry Macklowe? The culprit was never found. A year before the Great Recession, I checked out some of the grandest houses in the Hamptons, for sale at skyrocketing prices. Ron Baron had topped the list with his $103 million purchase of the de Menil estate on Further Lane, and he proceeded to build a wholly illegal seawall just because he could. A year later, the world had changed, and so, I found in my follow-up story, had Hamptons real estate; now some of Wall Street’s biggest players were desperately fighting their way out of the mansions they’d bought the year before. In 2011, I wrote up a real estate battle in Sagaponack that pitted two iconic characters against each other—so iconic that it seemed to me a national story. Ninety-year-old farmer John White, whose family had worked the same oceanfront farm field since 1695, was fighting to keep his field from a Texas oilman named Anthony Petrello. A handshake agreement for Petrello to buy a corner of the field and let White keep the rest of the farm in the family had turned into an epic legal wrangle. White vowed to fight to the death, and he did. He died in 2013, the battle still enjoined. Last summer, I wrote a tip-of-the-hat piece to four still-vigorous Hamptons literary lions: Robert Caro, E.L. Doctorow, Peter Matthiessen, and James Salter. A year later, Matthiessen has died at 86. Carpe diem, Hamptonite class of 2014. Carpe diem. H

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ales of my European parents’ 1969 road trip from Pennsylvania to California resonated throughout my childhood. With reverence, they recounted the immensity of the American sky, the contrasting landscapes, and the kindness of people along the route. There was also the atrocious coffee “the color of dirty sock juice,” as my father was fond of saying. Our daily cuppa joe has come a long way. Surrounded by a caffeine cloud in Hampton Coffee Company’s brand-new roasting room in Southampton, co-owner Jason Belkin, a stout, blue-eyed dynamo, is giving his abbreviated version of coffee history 101. “We’re into the Third Wave of coffee enthusiasts,” he says, referring to the term coined by Michaele Weissman in her book God in a Cup: The Obsessive Quest for the Perfect Coffee (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). “First Wave happened around the Maxwell/Folgers swell at the beginning of the 20th century.” With obvious disgust, he recounts how boiled water used to be thrown over the coffee. It was the era of Sanka and the percolator. “Then came the Second Wave with the Starbucks invasion,” he continues. “It’s almost impossible to remember that 20 years ago, there was only one on Long Island. People were asking, ‘What’s a latte?’”

It was also 20 years ago that Hampton Coffee, then a small diner by the side of the road in Water Mill, opened its doors. Soon after, Belkin, a journalism student, walked in looking for the summer job that, unbeknownst to him, would lead to his life’s calling. “Today, the Third Wave hails again from Seattle,” he says. “It brought us the ‘pour-over bar’ with hand-brewed coffee, one cup at a time.” Besides Hampton Coffee, several other local establishments are riding this Third Wave of coffee connoisseurship, including Sagtown Coffee (78 Main St., Sag Harbor, 7258696; sagtown.com), which fits in well with the intellectual, artsy vibe of Sag Harbor. It was standing-room only on a recent Thursday afternoon, and all the required items on the décor checklist were in evidence, namely reclaimed wood beams from a Tribeca site and two carved wooden lions from Burma by way of Brooklyn. “I really wanted to create a community center,” says owner Shane Dyckman, still tan from a surfing vacation. Even though he curates events that range from pumpkin carving contests to open-mike sessions and “Troubadour Nights” featuring live music, he also feels very strongly about the coffee he serves. “Before we opened two years ago, we

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ABOVE: Shane Dyckman researched coffee beans for nine months before selecting La Colombe blends for Sagtown Coffee. BELOW: Hampton Coffee Company roastmaster Dwight Amade mans one of the roasting machines at the Southampton location.

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researched coffee for nine months and chose La Colombe,” he says, referring to the Philadelphia company that specializes in light-roasted, singleorigin coffee and handcrafted blends but also offers “coffee programs,” tailored to each client. “I will not pretend I know coffee as it exists now,” says Mary Schoenlein, owner of Mary’s Marvelous in East Hampton (105– 107 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 324-1055; marysmarvelous.com). As a chef, she trained in New York and in France, and everything from her crumbly cheddar-dill scones to the roasted chicken curry salad she offers in her bright, contemporary stores is homemade and delicious. But to keep up with Hamptonites’ sophisticated tastes, Schoenlein had to up the level of her coffee and chose her beans from 100-year-old company Dallis Bros. Coffee. “Coffee is hip and trendy,” she says. “It’s on fire right now.” The Third Wave also elevated the status of the barista (Italian for bartender) to the level of the celebrity chef. Behind the counter at Sagtown, barista Adrian Stivala crafts gourmet beans for such local coffee aficionados as commercial artist John LaSala. “I am of Italian descent,” says Stivala, whose very first job was behind a Starbucks counter. “I was brought up with cappuccinos.” The barista first came to Sagtown as a client, then started going behind the counter to make his own coffee; it wasn’t long until he was hired. Schoenlein also hired baristas, including Isch Michel, a Starbucks alum. “We don’t roast as dark,” Michel says of the cups served at Mary’s Marvelous. “Here, coffee complements the pastries; at Starbucks it’s the other way around.” But at Hampton Coffee, which is Long Island’s largest independent roaster-retailer, the

“We cannot compete with Starbucks, so we need to differentiate.” —JASON BELKIN barista shares the spotlight with roastmaster Dwight Amade. Standing next to his coffee roaster, a massive, shiny machine reminiscent of a steam locomotive, Amade watches the beans revolving around the smoker with the intensity of an artist bent over his canvas. “Look,” he cries, “the smoke travels all the way, like a dance.” Amade was born in Grenada and grew up on a cocoa farm. “I remember my late grandfather Maurice roasting beans on an open flame,” he says, his eyes suddenly misty. Nearby on the f loor, stamped burlap bags are redolent of distant mountains and shores. “Each bag comes from a different country, and each origin has a different shape, color, and taste,” Amade explains, sifting small, greenish beans from Tanzania that seemed to ache for water. “Hawaii produces larger, darker beans because of its volcanic soil and rain-drenched slopes.” While the formula for Hampton Coffee’s Hampton Blends is a secret—“That’s our thing,” teases Amade—the blend’s popularity has attracted enough of a following that Belkin has since opened a third location on Route 27 in Southampton; meaning Belkin and his wife, Theresa, now own three espresso cafés and a mobile espresso unit. Within the next five years,

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A hand-crafted Caffe’ Latte prepared by a barista at Hampton Coffee Company.

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Hampton Coffee Company’s Bean Bar offers an international array of beans, including varieties from Tanzania, Hawaii, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Colombia, so customers can create their own blends.

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he plans to open three more. Is this another Howard Schultz in the making? “We cannot compete with Starbucks, so we need to differentiate,” says Belkin, who, with the help of his family, purchased Hampton Coffee in 1999, when he was just 24. One way Belkin sets Hampton Coffee apart is by touting the fact that his coffee is roasted almost every day. “Beans start losing flavor immediately after roasting,” he says. He recommends purchasing small amounts of coffee more frequently; he would rather deliver 10 pounds a week to a restaurant wholesale customer than have them buy four times that amount to last for an entire month. Coffee farmer Ric Hariyanto from Sumatra, Indonesia, is the man behind some of the beans currently tumbling in Amade’s roaster. “My family used to pick the cherries [a trade name for the coffee beans], dry them, process them, and bring them to the middlemen,” he says, calling from his village in Indonesia. “I started thinking we could export our own coffee.” It helped that Hariyanto had gone to college in the US and, as he put it, “learned that every problem has a solution.” Four years ago, he created his own company, Sriwijaya Coffee, and last year sold close to 3,000 bags directly— including those to Hampton Coffee, which he visited earlier this year. “It was incredible to meet one of our coffee farmers,” says Belkin. “It

“Ten years ago, we were the first to introduce organic, fair trade, and shade-grown coffee.” —JACK MAZZOLA

RIGHT: Baristas at Hampton Coffee Company use a paper filter and ground Direct Trade Sumatra beans for a slow brew drip coffee at the Pour Over Bar in Southampton, the first one on the East End.

made our experience completely personal.” Jack Mazzola, owner of the hip Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee (146 Montauk Hwy., Amagansett, 267-5555; jacksstirbrew.com) and inventor of the stir brewer, pioneered this kind of grower-roaster relationship. “Ten years ago, we were the first to introduce organic, fair trade, and shade-grown coffee,” he says, and thanks to his relationship with American-Dominican writer and coffee farmer Julia Alvarez, Mazzola is also part owner of a coffee farm in the Dominican Republic. “Jack’s is a destination,” he says referring to his coffee house in Amagansett, which, on weekend mornings draws huge crowds, both for his coffee and for his organic, vegan, and gluten-free bakery items. “I am not looking to expand. This is where we are.” Back at Hampton Coffee, I order a cup of farmer Ric Hariyanto’s Sriwijaya Sumatra Dolok Sanggul. I peer into an elixir as dark as onyx and sip the clean, bold coffee little by little. Throughout researching this story, I have glimpsed the pressures of the global trade and the efforts of the farmers who spend their lives picking, hulling, and drying the beans we take for granted. But as part of this Third Wave, a group of coffee aficionados in the Hamptons and elsewhere are changing the way we think. Today, thanks to their passion, we can reach out to the men and women who work the coffee fields and attempt to bridge our two worlds. H

BLEND FOR A CAUSE Coming to Hampton Coffee Company this Memorial Day weekend is the Hamptons Magazine Blend, a mix of Costa Rican Tarrazu, Colombian Supremo, and Sumatran beans purchased through direct trade from a village cooperative in Indonesia. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the blend will go to East End Hospice’s Camp Good Grief (eeh.org/ campgoodgrief.html). Roastmaster Dwight Amade oversaw the research process at the company’s Southampton coffee roastery before blind-sampling three brews and making the final selection: a smooth and medium-rich blend, perfect when served over ice by the pool. “Hamptons magazine and Hampton Coffee Company are the ideal summer matchup,” says Hampton Coffee Company co-owner Jason Belkin. “Both are very involved in local community programs and both have become Hamptons institutions.” 749 County Road 39A, Southampton, 358-3088; 869 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 726-2633; 194 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach, 288-4480; hamptoncoffeecompany.com. Read more on hamptons-magazine.com/ dining—ERIN RILEY

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Lisa tee ($225) and Sydney sandal ($295), Tory Burch. 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 907-9150; toryburch.com. Ivory polished tagua bracelet, Faire Collection ($26). Calypso St. Barth, 24 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-4321; shopfaire.com

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Blossom bandeau ($395), Blossom slit skirt ($825), sunglasses ($200), and skinny belt ($295), Michael Kors. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-3512; michaelkors.com. Vermeil wheat pendant earrings, AurĂŠlie Bidermann ($375). Tenet, 91 Main St., Southampton, 377-3981; aureliebidermann.com. Wedges, Valentino Garavani ($645). Hirshleifers, Americana Manhasset, 516-627-3566; 821 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-772-6969; valentino.com

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Veronica top, Solid & Striped ($70). Scoop Beach, 51 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 329-6800; solidandstriped.com. Skirt, Milly ($295). 54 Main St., East Hampton, 604-6544; millyny.com. Chantal earrings, Tory Burch ($150). 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 907-9150; toryburch.com. Polished tagua bracelets, Faire Collection ($26 each). Calypso St. Barth, 24 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-4321; shopfaire.com. Bangles, Jennifer Miller Jewelry ($235 for set of five). 55 Main St., East Hampton, 329-9061; jennifermillerjewelry.com. Wooden ring, Pink House Imports ($12). pinkhouseimports.com

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Bandeau, Tomas Maier ($450 for two-piece set). 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 604-6700; tomasmaier.com. Mystic tie short, Zimmermann ($230). 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; zimmermannwear.com. OPPOSITE PAGE: Roamer frill pant bikini, Zimmermann ($260). SEE ABOVE . Sunglasses, Michael Kors ($200). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-3512; michaelkors.com. Bell bracelet, Eddie Borgo ($400). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermixonline.com. Nautical maxi tote, Sensi Studio ($250). Tomas Maier, SEE ABOVe. ON CHAIR: Striped scarf, Max Mara ($275). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-5567; maxmara.com. Multistriped scarf, Etro ($262). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-0101; etro.com. Multicolored scarf, Tory Burch ($175). 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 907-9150; toryburch.com

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Daisy high-rise bikini ($770) and belt ($250), Michael Kors. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-365-3512; michaelkors.com. Ivory polished tagua bracelet, Faire Collection ($26). Calypso St. Barth, 24 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-4321; shopfaire.com. Mini ring with pearl, Vita Fede ($225). Intermix, 87 Main St., East Hampton, 907-8025; intermixonline.com BEAUTÉ: Perfection Lumieré in 22 Beige Rosé ($57), Les Beiges Healthy Glow Multi-Colour in No. 1 ($65), Rouge Coco Shine Hydrating Sheer Lipshine in Liberté ($35), Soft Touch Eyeshadow in Lotus ($30), Automatic Liquid Liner ($34), Inimitable Mascara in Noir ($30), Le Vernis Nail Colour in Tutti Frutti ($27), Chanel. Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, 271-1741; chanel. com. Shining Weightless Amplifier, Privé ($31). privé.com

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The mute swan’s seven-foot wingspan can appear threatening to humans who wander too close to the animal’s nest, just one of the many reasons the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is proposing a cull of the species’ population.

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benign, like informing the public of the problem and prohibiting importation of mute swans into the state, and more contentious, such as increasing population control through euthanizing swans and destroying eggs. “The Humane Society of the United States has met with the DEC and we’ve expressed our concern about this plan,” says Brian Shapiro, New York State director of The Humane Society. “We don’t feel it’s appropriate to call for the elimination of this species from New York State. The public appreciates these animals, and we don’t think they’re responsible for all the issues. We appreciate that the DEC is revisiting the plan and are hopeful that a new draft will include a more humane approach. We feel the DEC should take a hard look and study the situation to include humane controls to the greatest extent possible.”

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hy all the fuss about mute swans? While it would appear that the swans, which are differentiated from other swan species by their orange bills and black face patches, are a part of our ecosystem, some say the swans have, over the past century, become invaders that need to be eliminated. Mute swans were brought to the US from Europe in the late 1800s, and at first they were raised in captivity for their aesthetic splendor. But over the years, the pet swans were released into the wild and have since established a significant free-range population. Today, there are an estimated 2,200 mute swans across New York State, with the highest concentrations on Long Island. “Mute swans are an invasive species that can be very aggressive and have detrimental effects on wetlands and habitat of native fish and wildlife,” says Lisa King, public information officer with the NYSDEC. “DEC conducted a study that found that areas exposed to swan foraging had 70 to 80 percent less biomass of submerged aquatic vegetation than in areas where swans were excluded for less than one growing season.” The reason for this is simple: With those trademark long necks, swans are able to reach down and pull out entire plants from the root up, whereas their duck counterparts can only nibble on the highest leaves and shoots. According to the DEC, other bird species, like the endangered black tern, have disappeared from areas after they were inhabited by the mute swan. Other nature enthusiasts say that holding the mute swan entirely responsible for these environmental woes only looks at a part of the picture. Frank Quevedo, executive director of the South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center (SOFO) and an avid birder, is very concerned about plant populations like eelgrass beds, underwater “meadows” that are popular breeding grounds for fish and shellfish found locally in the eastern end of the Long Island Sound. And while mute swans have posed a problem for these vital habitats, he says that their impact is only a sliver of the problem. “The bigger problem is pollution,” says Quevedo. “The key is educating the public about what they are putting on their lawns and the kinds of pesticides that are running into the water. Also, between 1985 and 1995, brown tide and disease wiped out eelgrass. We have water-quality issues and septic systems leaking into the bays. This is the reason we don’t have eelgrass. Eliminating a species is not the answer.” The DEC, however, states that water quality is significantly impacted by mute swans. “Mute swans damage water quality, as their feces contain E. coli,” says King. “Fecal coliform counts in coastal waters tended to be higher where the most swans were observed, often exceeding what would be threshold values for certified shellfishing areas. Areas without swans had fecal coliform levels near or below the thresholds for closure.” Mike Bottini, author of the Trail Guide to the South Fork and a popular nature educator on the East End, agrees that mute swans have a strong impact, although he thinks certain aspects of the DEC’s proposal are overstated. “There’s certainly documentation by biologists that [mute swans] impact native species adversely,” he says. “They have longer necks than any native species and they’re twice the weight of any waterfowl species native to this area. Also, they’re nonmigratory, so they’re around all year.” Translation: The fact that mute swans don’t fly south for the winter means their fecal matter continues to build up in the habitats

“We have waterquality issues... Eliminating a species is not the answer.” —FRANK QUEVEDO

instead of giving the areas time to cleanse and renew. Another aspect of the DEC’s argument is that mute swans are aggressive and can pose a threat to humans. Anyone who’s ever sauntered up to a swan’s territory with a toddler knows just how big that seven-foot wingspan can feel. “I think the DEC overstates their aggressive nature,” says Bottini. “A lot of species show aggression if people get too close, but usually that problem arises when someone is feeding the animals. It doesn’t matter what the animal is: When you start feeding wildlife, you start changing their behavior.” Quevedo points out that many people who have had problems with mute swans are feeding them in the spring and summer. “This is when the swans are nesting,” he says. “They are aggressive. They can’t make sounds—that’s why they’re called mute swans—so they’ve evolved in different ways to push predators or threats away. They hiss; they open their wings, just like any animal would do.” With 2,200 mute swans in the state—1,800 of which are on Long Island— there is already a significant population. And the fact that they lay an average of six eggs each clutch, and can produce as many as 11, is another point the DEC makes. “Their potential for rapid population growth is a concern,” says King. Quevedo takes issue with this. “I am a part of the New York State winter waterfowl count,” he says. “I have figures from the Shinnecock Canal to Amagansett that show the mute swan population is very stable over the last 10 to 20 years.” He believes that destroying the population is not only “barbaric,” it would also not solve many of the problems the DEC has presented. “Are they posing a threat to the ecosystem?” he asks. “No. They were introduced, and they’ve adapted well. I think the emphasis should be on why they’re aggressive and how they are here. I think the discussion should be on restoring water quality. I’ve always enjoyed looking at these graceful, beautiful animals, and they’re a part of our ecosystem now.” The DEC doesn’t think so. “The most effective way to address the concerns [posed by mute swans] is to work toward a gradual reduction of the wild population,” says King. “Our plan, which would allow people to enjoy these birds through responsible private ownership, is more balanced and comprehensive than many critics have suggested. We encourage people to read it, as well as a report we prepared on mute swans in New York, before rejecting it outright.” The issue was open for comments through February, and now the DEC is reviewing public opinion as it plans for the next steps. To read the full DEC report, go to dec.ny.gov/docs/wildlife_pdf/muteswanreport.pdf. H

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Hamptonites who have enjoyed observing the mute swans at Otter Pond in Sag Harbor and Town Pond in East Hampton signed petitions in an effort to protect the species from a state-ordered cull.

Frank Quevedo, executive director of the South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center, says a cull of the species is not the answer to the area’s environmental issues.

Hamptonites flock to places such as Hook Pond in East Hampton to see the majestic mute swan.

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Vito Schnabel, Tripoli Patterson, Kyle DeWoody, Taylor Tomasi Hill, Jayma Cardoso, Georgina Bloomberg, Alessandra Balazs, and AndrĂŠs and Lauren Santo Domingo.

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With surnames such as Bush, Bloomingdale, and Bloomberg, the Hamptons is a hotbed for Generation Next—those often referred to as the new guard. Here, the top 100 names that ought to be on your invitee list if you want shutterbugs to care about snapping the photos. BY SARAH ARISON ILLUSTRATIONS BY DANIEL O’LEARY

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GENERATION NEXT GENEVIEVE BAHRENBURG The daughter of the ex-president of Hearst, D. Claeys Bahrenburg, Genevieve cochairs a number of Hamptons charity events, including the Dia Art Foundation of Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridgehampton. She’s also the writer and coproducer of American Beauty and the forthcoming Young Hollywood, both published by Assouline, and the creative director for The SmartWoman Project, a global mobile movement that helps women access information on leadership, health, parenting, finance, and more.

ALESSANDRA BALAZS This hospitality heiress, daughter of André Balazs and former Ford Models CEO Katie Ford, has been sitting in on her father’s business meetings and accompanying him on site inspections since she was little. Nowadays, when she isn’t assisting André on various projects in LA or NYC, she’s lounging on the pool deck at André Balazs Properties’ luxurious Sunset Beach.

GEORGINA BLOOMBERG The youngest daughter of NYC’s former Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld, Ashley Bush, and Bee Shaffer.

mayor, Michael Bloomberg, Georgina is a seasoned equestrian and a regular competitor at The Hampton Classic. Although becoming a mother a few months ago might force Georgina to take a break, she’ll surely be back in the saddle in no time.

HAYLEY BLOOMINGDALE The East End is the chosen escape for this fashion heiress who’s already making her mark on the sartorial world through editorial and social media projects for Moda Operandi, the only online boutique where shoppers can preorder looks from the runway. Along with her stylish cohorts Indre Rockefeller, Taylor Tomasi Hill, and Lauren Santo Domingo, Bloomingdale is a popular face on the Hamptons social circuit.

ASHLEY BUSH The granddaughter of former President George H.W. Bush and niece to former President George W. Bush, Ashley created a web series called Route by Route, which features profiles of successful female entrepreneurs. She celebrated with her sister Lauren at the Women’s Health– hosted RUN 10 FEED 10 Party Under the Stars at Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club.

ATHENA CALDERONE This Brooklyn-based interior designer summers in a Midcentury Modern Amagansett house she collaborated on with Hamptons-based Bates Masi + Architects. She shares the stylish abode with DJ and music producer husband Victor Calderone and chronicles her passion in the überpopular blog EyeSwoon.

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ANNABELLE DEXTER-JONES

A career in the music industry seemed inevitable for this daughter of former Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr., but Hannah has surpassed expectations by becoming a celebrated DJ and model. Also an entrepreneur, Hannah cofounded Green Owl, an environmentally sustainable record label and multimedia company, with her brother Benjamin in 2007.

The daughter of Mick Jones of Foreigner and sister to DJs Mark and Samantha Ronson and designer Charlotte Ronson, Annabelle and her graffiti-artist boyfriend, André Saraiva, are frequently seen snuggling in the Hamptons sun.

BRENDAN FALLIS The fashion DJ and boyfriend to Hannah Bronfman, Brendan has been seen spinning at exclusive East End events and attending high-profile fêtes like last year’s Hamptons Paddle & Party for Pink fundraiser. After booking a tour as the opening DJ for Brooklyn rapper Theophilus London, Brendan quickly became his manager.

NACHO FIGUERAS & DELFINA BLAQUIER This stunning pair—the faces of Ralph Lauren fragrances Romance and Summer Romance— fittingly spend their summers in Sagaponack. Dubbed “the David Beckham of polo,” Nacho has also been the face of Ralph Lauren’s Black Label line since 2005, while Delfina was a model before becoming a notable photographer.

EMILIE GHILAGA Her travels to India inspired her to start With Love, Emilie Ghilaga, a chic clothing collection of cigarette pants and party dresses all made and manufactured in Jaipur, India. But despite her love for world travel, Emilie has said that growing up summering in the Hamptons has made this one of her favorite destinations.

AMANDA HEARST While this model, activist, and socialite grew up summering around Southampton and

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Emmy Rossum and Lake Bell.

Bridgehampton, the Hearst family has spent the last decade in a picturesque mansion in Water Mill, replete with marble mantelpieces purchased from Europe by Amanda’s greatgrandfather, William Randolph Hearst.

DAISY JOHNSON Daisy comes from a long lineage of East Coast greats: Her father is New York Jets owner Robert Wood “Woody” Johnson IV, and her great-great-grandfather was Robert Wood Johnson, a founder of Johnson & Johnson. Although regularly out and about in the Hamptons, she can more often be found behind the camera. Daisy began her career at Patrick McMullan and is now focusing on fashion photography, having previously assisted industry names such as Thom Browne for GQ Italy and Ben Watts for Victoria’s Secret.

LAUREN BUSH LAUREN As the cofounder of FEED Foundation and FEED Projects—one of the most-recognized philanthropic fashion brands on the planet— Lauren is able to provide meals to children around the globe through the UN’s World Food Programme. The 2013 World Children Award Honoree, Lauren spends much of the summer in the Hamptons with her husband, David Lauren.

CHLOE MALLE Known for being the daughter of French film director Louis Malle and American actress Candice Bergen, Chloe’s job as Vogue’s social editor is facilitated by her easy access to the social scene in the Hamptons and beyond.

SHALA MONROQUE As the girlfriend of art world demigod Larry Gagosian and muse to Miuccia Prada, this St. Lucian beauty is a constant fixture both in the art and fashion realms. The unlikely couple shares a home in Amagansett and can sometimes be spotted hand in hand at some of the East End’s most fashionable events.

STAVROS NIARCHOS III This Greek shipping heir is king of the Hamptons nightclub scene and will soon wed Victoria’s Secret model Jessica Hart; the gorgeous pair spent last summer at Lauren Santo Domingo’s holiday home in the Hamptons.

DEVON RADZIWILL Her last name is synonymous with East End

royalty. Devon married Prince Philip in a stunning ceremony in the Swiss Alps in 2010 and is a fixture on the Hamptons charity circuit.

producer for NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, which is good news for Wintour, who will now get to see more of her at their Long Island estate.

VLADIMIR RESTOIN ROITFELD

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Son of Carine Roitfeld and partner in crime of Stavros Niarchos III, this Parisian-born art dealer has been getting traction from some of the art world’s biggest names. Vladimir set up pop-up galleries in New York, Paris, and London and launched a private art dealership called Feedback Ltd. in 2008.

This San Francisco–born daughter of novelist Danielle Steel recently married artist (and fellow Power Lister) Maxwell Snow, and they’re now one of the Hamptons’ hottest power couples. She is cofounder and creative director of The Line, a lifestyle e-commerce site featuring clothing, furniture, and beauty products, akin to one of her favorite stores, Harper’s in East Hampton.

OLIVIA SANDELMAN Summering in the Hamptons seems to come with the territory when you’re an Upper East Side native like this stylish stunner. A lover of the Montauk surf scene, Olivia can be spotted at various Hamptons fundraisers, like Guild Hall’s annual Season Spectacular, sporting her coveted vintage pieces.

BEE SHAFFER After remaining out of the limelight, Anna Wintour’s 26-year-old daughter has returned to New York following a stint in Los Angeles assisting Glee executive producer Ryan Murphy. The reason? She landed the gig as segment

SCREEN SIZZLERS LAKE BELL A native New Yorker, Lake recently released In a World…, a film she wrote, directed, and starred in, which premiered at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center last year.

SOLANGE KNOWLES Not to be overshadowed by sister Beyoncé, Solange is a multitalented singer, songwriter, actress, and DJ. She’s been spotted hanging in the Hamptons with Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union.

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becoming a poet and actress, starring in her father’s last movie, Miral. She also made her producing debut on Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers and will soon star in Michelle Civetta’s short film based on the Anaïs Nin novel A Spy in the House of Love.

T H E I N N C R OW D MARK BIRNBAUM & EUGENE REMM As EMM Group’s fashionable cofounders, this duo is bringing one of their hospitality conglomerate’s most-popular NYC spots to the East End this year with the opening of Finale East Hampton. It’s surely going to be the spot to dance the night away this summer.

JAYMA CARDOSO She is the owner of The Surf Lodge—the undisputed place to be on Sundays or any other day of the week, for that matter. Jayma’s Montauk hot spot brings in wonderful live music, serves great food, and has an unparalleled patio, perfect for watching the sunset while enjoying a bottle of rosé.

MARTIN DAWSON The man behind the NYC hot spots Rose Bar, Tao Downtown, and Bar Naná is also at the forefront of the social scene in the Hamptons, cohosting some of the biggest charity events of the summer, including Watermill Center’s Summer Benefit .

ZACHARY LYND ZOË KRAVITZ Daughter of rock star Lenny Kravitz, this style icon inherited her father’s talent as a singer, but has taken it to the next level by adding actress and model to her repertoire. Her jewelry collaboration with Swarovski is an ideal component for a beachy boho look.

CHELSEA LEYLAND This British-born actress, DJ, and model is in high demand by fashion, art, and celebrity clients including Valentino and the Whitney Museum. Not only has she spun at launch parties in the Hamptons, but she’s also a regular guest at Montauk favorites The Surf Lodge and Ruschmeyer’s.

LEIGH LEZARK One of the members of the DJ trio The

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Misshapes as well as a Chanel ambassador, this vampy siren has made a name for herself as a cultural icon among the young Hamptons crowd and has been spotted spinning at charity benefits across the East End.

EMMY ROSSUM The hugely popular Shameless star is also a singer-songwriter who heads to the Hamptons to relax. Emmy has been spotted sporting the latest designer frocks at events like the Macklowe family’s Fourth of July party last year.

STELLA SCHNABEL One might expect her to focus on art like her father (filmmaker and artist Julian Schnabel) and brother (art dealer Vito Schnabel), however, Stella instead put her energy into

If there is one place to go for a meal this summer, it’s a hand-painted Airstream trailer parked on the beach at Ditch Plains in Montauk. Walk up to Turf and you’ll get lost in Zach’s baby blues, but one bite of his lobster rolls or tuna tacos will truly make you swoon. Try the custom cocktails and there’s a good chance you’ll never leave.

SEAN MACPHERSON Sean is the powerhouse behind Montauk hot spot The Crow’s Nest as well as some of NYC’s most popular establishments, including The Waverly Inn and The Jane. These haute gathering spots draw a hip crowd, all of which is documented on wife Rachelle Hruska’s popular site, Guest of a Guest.

SUNNY MELET This pint-size preteen powerhouse is Zachary Lynd’s sidekick at Turf, and from all

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appearances, runs the operation. As the daughter of Bob Melet from Melet Mercantile—Montauk’s coolest vintage shop—her sense of style is unparalleled.

summer babe and considers the Hamptons the perfect escape. She first visited the East End for a photo shoot in the off-season and fell in love with the tranquility of Southampton.

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One of the powers behind Georgica Restaurant and Lounge, David and partner Sean Kehlenbeck stepped in to operate Trata in Water Mill last year. Most recently, David joined forces with Stratis Morfogen to transform the space into another hit restaurant, Red Stixs.

CLAUDE ZDANOW Claude Zdanow founded Stadiumred, a NYC-based music and entertainment company. The Stadiumred estate in the Hamptons—a 13,000-square-foot home on 30 acres in Water Mill—hosts events that pair luxury brands with musical performances and the arts.

A Victoria’s Secret Angel and one of the current top 10 models in the world, she is regularly found on every Hamptons bestdressed list, thanks to her annual appearance at Super Saturday.

ALEXANDRA RICHARDS “Model” is just the tip of the iceberg for this daughter of rock royalty Keith Richards. She is

also a DJ, an artist, and hostess at many of the East End’s sexiest soirées.

COCO ROCHA One of the most diverse models on the runway, Coco is known for combining rock-star style with Old-Hollywood glamour. Her recent collaboration with jewelry brand BaubleBar is an edgy collection of studs and chains.

JESSICA STAM This doll-faced Canadian is a top model who spends her summers at her eclectic East Hampton home, designed by notable architect Rafael de Cárdenas.

Jessica Stam, Coco Rocha, and Billy Farrell.

FRAMEABLE FACES LILY DONALDSON This British babe stays busy with bookings from Dior to Victoria’s Secret, however, she loves her downtime in the Hamptons. Although she moved back to London in 2010, Lily still makes trips out East in between her NYC modeling stints.

BILLY FARRELL While his boyish looks qualify him for screen time, his talent for capturing models, actresses, and It girls at their best has made him the go-to lensman across the East End party circuit. His namesake photography agency, BFA, has been working Hamptons bashes since opening in 2010.

JESSICA HART This Australian Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition model regularly shows off her beach body on the sands of the Hamptons. She’s also an annual visitor to the Super Saturday shopping benefit in Water Mill.

DREE HEMINGWAY This great-granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway and Hamptons summer fixture isn’t just a model—she is also making a name for herself as an actress, including her role in The Girl, which played at the 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival.

JULIE HENDERSON This all-American model is the ultimate

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RACHELLE HRUSKA Since launching media site Guest of a Guest in 2007, Rachelle has grown the company into the requisite database for the social set in the Hamptons, NYC, LA, DC, and beyond. She spends summers in the Montauk beach house she shares with husband Sean MacPherson.

OMAR MANGALJI Catch this dashingly handsome British import and professional polo player at a number of polo Saturdays in Bridgehampton this season. As an Ivy Leaguer who runs venture capital firm Cap-Meridian, Omar is the definition of “eligible bachelor.”

MAZDACK RASSI This founder and creative director of Milk Studios is at the forefront of art and fashion. A fixture on the Hamptons scene for years, Mazdack has cohosted Shark Attack Sounds at Montauk Yacht Club with friend Ben Watts.

MIKE RUDIN Mike’s family’s real estate holdings are one of the largest privately owned portfolios in NYC, and when he isn’t serving as vice president of Rudin Management, he is summering at his family’s picturesque Bridgehampton vacation home. Michael Silverman and Justin Belmont.

ENTREPRENEURS OREN & TAL ALEXANDER The sibling duo behind Douglas Elliman’s Alexander Team (or “The A-Team” as they’re most commonly known), Oren and Tal have luxury properties in the Hamptons as well as in Tel Aviv, Aspen, Miami, and NYC. In other words, they’ve created an empire long before celebrating their 30th birthdays.

JUSTIN BELMONT Although still a student at Columbia Business School, Justin launched a successful venture, perk.la, a website for students to receive discounts on leading brands such as Rent the Runway and Bonobos. However, his passion lies in making art fun and affordable—his Manhattan-based gallery, Not A Gallery, has held pop-up shows at Bull’s Head Barn in Bridgehampton and at Tenet boutique in Southampton.

KIPTON CRONKITE Kipton left a career in banking and real estate

MICHAEL SILVERMAN to support emerging artists. He launched at60inches.com to promote new talents, and his reach has extended to East Hampton, where he curated an exhibit at QF Gallery last year.

KYLE DEWOODY Coming from a family that is a well-known supporter of the arts—her mother is philanthropist and collector Beth Rudin and her father is artist James DeWoody—has allowed Kyle to reinvent the world of art curation. Aimed at collectors of a younger generation, Kyle’s company, Grey Area, will be setting up shop in Glenn Horowitz’s East Hampton space this summer and hosting an exciting array of shows, projects, and events.

ANDREW FRESTON As head of business development at Vice, Andrew is working with one of the most cutting-edge and buzz-generating entertainment companies out there and has been spotted at the Bridgehampton Polo Challenge in previous years.

As the COO of the social network service fancy.com, Michael has built a start-up that has hedge fund giants scrambling to invest. Case in point: Richard O. Perry, who controls a stake in Barneys, put down $7 million last year.

CAMERON & TYLER WINKLEVOSS Best known for their depiction in the movie The Social Network, the Ivy League–educated siblings are also Olympic rowing partners. Other ventures Cameron and Tyler are involved with include Guest of a Guest, with fellow top 100 member Rachelle Hruska.

MASTERWORKS FIONA BYRNE Cultural curator Fiona launched the nowdefunct naag.com with friend and requisite cool girl Agyness Deyn before creating her claim-tofame website, The Byrne Notice. She brings her style to the Hamptons whenever she can and is noted for attending hip Hamptons parties like Shark Attack Sounds.

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NICHOLAS CINQUE This Amagansett native is already taking the art world by storm as a collector and dealer, even though he has yet to graduate college. After gaining experience at respected spots like Gagosian Gallery in New York, Nicholas created a premier online gallery for street art called Cinque Collective.

ALEXANDRA FAIRWEATHER An upbringing spent visiting De Kooning’s house in East Hampton with her stepfather, John Chamberlain, sparked Alexandra’s passion for art, which led to the launch of her own art sales company called Fairweather & Mills. She currently serves as director of Gallery Valentine in East Hampton and runs her own art consultancy, Fairweather Style.

ANNE HUNTINGTON The founder of the art advisory and curatorial company AMH Industries, Anne is a member of New Arts Dealer Alliance, a cochair for the Guggenheim’s Young Collectors Council, and on the Art Advisory Board for the Coalition for the Homeless. In the Hamptons, her involvement in The Watermill Center has helped make its benefit one of the most anticipated events of the season.

filled with her father’s famous friends such as Oliver Stone, who wrote the screenplay for Midnight Express there, and French filmmaker Louis Malle, who cowrote Pretty Baby there.

VITO SCHNABEL With an art royalty pedigree—his father is artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel and his mother is clothing designer Jacqueline Beaurang—this young curator and dealer has already made a huge name for himself. Vito represents big-name contemporary artists like Laurie Anderson, René Ricard, and Bruce High Quality Foundation and also happens to be the third Musketeer in the Hamptons party trio including Stavros Niarchos and Vladmir Restoin Roitfeld.

MAXWELL SNOW Husband to fellow top 100 member Vanessa Traina and an East Hampton summer resident

since childhood, Maxwell is also known for his edgy images, which have been exhibited at celebrated shows across the Hamptons, including stints at The Surf Lodge in Montauk and The Fireplace Project in East Hampton.

ANDY VALMORBIDA Heir to one of Australia’s largest private conglomerates, this art entrepreneur and visionary has been dubbed “King of the Pop-Up Gallery,” a number of them Hamptons-based. His private dealership, Valmorbida & Co., was created in 2006 and he has since curated high-profile shows like a Keith Haring exhibit at last year’s Art Basel in Hong Kong.

NICK WEBER This artist’s figure paintings have been shown at solo shows at East Hampton galleries QF Gallery and xy Gallery as well as at Tripoli Patterson’s gallery in Southampton.

Alexandra Fairweather, Anne Huntington, and Nicholas Cinque.

JOEY LICO Through her position at New York Foundation for the Arts, Joey curates the consistently sold-out East End Artist Studio Tour and works with the Southampton Center on a summer event.

NATE LOWMAN This bad-boy artist has had many shows in the Hamptons, including a recent exhibit at Karma’s location in Amagansett, some of which included his former studio mate, famed artist Dan Colen, and good friend Leo Fitzpatrick.

TRIPOLI PATTERSON When this Sag Harbor native isn’t curating shows focused on emerging and local talent, he is enjoying the morning swells in Montauk. This East Coast surfing champion launched Tripoli Gallery in 2005, which has since outshone many more established local galleries. It helps that he is well connected—his godmother is Lisa de Kooning, and Julian Schnabel made the decals for his surfboard.

BETTINA PRENTICE This Sagaponack native runs the NYC-based visual arts publicity firm Prentice Art Communications and has previously worked for renowned gallerist Yvon Lambert. Her family’s 300-year-old Sagaponack house was always

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ST YLE GURUS JOSEPH ALTUZARRA Since starting his eponymous label in 2008, the young designer has quickly transitioned from up-and-comer to designer darling. The Parisian-born stunner has been seen summering in the Hamptons with friend and fellow fashion phenom Alexander Wang.

VALERIE BOSTER This surfer girl recently left Vogue to start a new fashion consultancy venture with fellow alum Meredith Melling Burke. Le Marque, or “The Brand” in French, will offer guidance on product collaborations, strategic partnerships, and creative direction. When she isn’t catching the summer swells, she’s bringing her enviable style to major Hamptons benefits and fashion parties.

CARLY CUSHNIE & MICHELLE OCHS These style setters came together to launch cult-favorite label Cushnie et Ochs in 2008. Since then, their sexy cropped two-piece dresses have

earned rave reviews in the Hamptons. On casual weekends, you’ll catch Cushnie sporting a fashionably distressed band tee and Ochs in a feminine body-con dress.

CLAIRE DISTENFELD This founder of NYC boutique Fivestory is passionate about fostering emerging design talents and has one of the most covetable closets. Her time at Sotheby’s Institute of Art grad program has honed her style of curating looks that blend functionality and art.

KELLY FRAMEL Founder of blog The Glamourai, Kelly got her start by designing jewelry and embroideries for names like Oscar de la Renta, Givenchy, and Marni before becoming lead designer at Naeem Khan. You’ll most likely catch her zipping around in her vintage red convertible with boyfriend and fellow top 100 member Zachary Lynd.

EUGENIA GONZALEZ RUIZ-OLLOQUI Every man should be grateful to this Mexican

beauty: She helms operations at celebrated menswear line Michael Bastian, whose preppy-chic designs are sported by Hamptons A-listers every season—where she serves as VP and director of public relations.

PRABAL GURUNG Since launching his eponymous collection in 2009, Prabal Gurung’s designs have been donned by First Lady Michelle Obama and the Duchess of Cambridge as well as the Hamptons social set. Recent rumors have pegged Prabal as a top contender for the creative director role at Oscar de la Renta.

LILY KWONG Not only is Lily a top model, but she’s also a mover-and-shaker in the nonprofit world. She graduated from Columbia University with honors, calls Joseph Altuzarra family, and, alongside her father, started her own nonprofit, nuvana.org, which helps at-risk adolescent girls find solutions to issues regarding health, managing finances, leadership development, and building self-esteem.

JENNÉ LOMBARDO Jenna Lyons, Joseph Altuzarra, and Lily Kwong.

One of the founders of Made Fashion Week and The Terminal Presents consulting firm, Jenné gives support to emerging designers, which has given her a closet full of unique pieces and collectible items from design houses including Proenza Schouler. Look for her with friends Chelsea Leyland and Natalie Joos at Shark Attack Sounds at Montauk Yacht Club.

JENNA LYONS The renowned bespectacled executive creative director of J.Crew not only designs for a casual-chic lifestyle, but lives it, too, especially during her summers in the Hamptons. Lyons loves taking her son to in-the-know spots like Briermere Farms for fresh berries, Beall & Bell for vintage home accents, and Wego Fishing Bait & Tackle for an adventure by the beach.

CHRISSIE MILLER The NYC apartment this designer shares with gallerist boyfriend Leo Fitzpatrick has been dubbed “Club Chrissie” and is an oasis for the city’s who’s who. Her reputation in the Hamptons is equally reputable, as Miller is usually spinning tracks at some of the East End’s most fashionable spots, like the Capri in Southampton.

DALIA OBERLANDER This Hamptons regular has the most enviable jewelry collection around, thanks to her perfectly

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MAXWELL OSBORNE Having grown up in NYC, Osborne is a Hamptonsscene staple and cofounder of cutting-edge brand Public School. His designs are influenced by contemporary music and art, largely because of his involvement in both scenes. Look for him at the Art for Life Hamptons benefit.

MAX OSTERWEIS Max launched the widely popular brand Suno in 2008, and the fair-trade womenswear label has been sported by the likes of Michelle Obama and Sofia Coppola. The filmmaker-turned-chief executive and creative director will surely be a regular fixture in the Hamptons throughout the summer—along with his colorful prints.

MONIQUE PÉAN A regular on every best-dressed list, this CFDA/ Vogue Fashion Fund– winning jewelry designer uses everything from fossilized wooly mammoth tusk to Peruvian opals in her celebrated collections, and focuses on sustainable production by using recycled gold and conflict-free stones.

HASSAN PIERRE A proponent of “ethical fashion,” this HaitianAmerican designer uses organic silks and sustainable materials in his line Way It Should Be, which is worn by the Hamptons It girls who also happen to be in his inner circle. Last year, he partnered with Hamptons resident Amanda Hearst for a collaboration called Maison de Mode, which was featured at pop-up boutiques.

CHARLOTTE RONSON One of the creative Ronson siblings, her eponymous line is a go-to for Hamptonites looking to don chic, effortless ensembles. Look for Charlotte’s pieces at Blue & Cream’s East Hampton and Westhampton Beach outposts, thanks to a fruitful collaboration with owner Jeff Goldstein, who has been a friend of the Ronsons since they were teens.

MOLLIE RUPRECHT As the editor of the online luxury marketplace 1stdibs.com and daughter of Sotheby’s chairman and CEO William Ruprecht, Mollie’s keen eye is reflected in her Hamptons fashion choices. She’s often with fellow Moda Operandi gals Hayley Bloomingdale and Indre Rockefeller or boyfriend Alexander Acquavella.

Maxwell Osborne, Prabal Gurung, and Kelly Framel.

ANDRÉS & LAUREN SANTO DOMINGO She’s a cofounder of Moda Operandi and a permanent member of every best-dressed list. He’s the heir to a Colombian business empire. Together, they rule the Hamptons.

MAGGY FRANCES SCHULTZ This emerging designer has fashion in her blood, as her father was the cofounder of Urban Outfitters and her mother was the right hand to Millard “Mickey” Drexler at Gap. When she’s not studying at New York University or assisting a prominent stylist, she can be seen around the Hamptons, hanging out with the rest of the young, fashionable crew.

DANIELLE & JODIE SNYDER The new fashion term “arm party” can be partially attributed to these stylish sisters of jewelry line Dannijo and their collection of chaotic yet elegant bracelets. They attribute their bohemian sensibility

to growing up by the beach in Florida, and now, spending summers in Sag Harbor and Amagansett.

TAYLOR TOMASI HILL Taylor’s chic street style landed her on Tommy Ton’s best-dressed list. Formerly creative director at Moda Operandi, she recently launched her own floral company, TTH Blooms.

TIMO WEILAND As cofounder and creative director of his namesake New York City–based brand, Timo enjoys spending weekends in the Hamptons year-round and attributes his inspiration to the change of pace he feels when out East.

OLIVIER ZAHM Founder and owner of fashion and culture magazine Purple as well as a distinguished art curator who has showed at PS1, MoMA, and Centre Pompidou, this Frenchman is notorious for being the life of the party. H

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38 Two Mile hollow Road east hampton Village | $45,000,000 | east Hampton oceanfront estate on 3 acres, with an infnity pool, tennis and a beachfront bungalow, located south of the highway. this newlyconstructed oceanfront home designed by renowned architectural frm aMl spans a generous 8,000 sf and includes 8 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, 5 freplaces, separate guest quarters, a state-of-the-art kitchen and plenty of room for entertaining. the expansive en suite master Br boasts a gorgeous balcony with stunning views of the ocean. Web# H25276.

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26 oN The BluFF Sag harbor, Ny | $10,150,000 | this grand waterfront estate set in a private North Haven community is truly spectacular. the mansion, which spans an impressive 9,788 sf, houses 6 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, an open and spacious living room with a double-sided freplace shared with the magnifcent formal dining room, a gourmet eat-in kitchen with freplace and top-of the-line appliances. this 2-acre lot boasts dramatic views of Noyac Bay, with some of the most beautiful sunsets on the east end, and also includes a staircase down to the beach. Web# H17478.

Virtually Staged 252 Bal Bay dRiVe Bal harbour, Fl | $30,000,000 | Once in a lifetime opportunity to live in this brand new tropical Modern Beach House designed by the world famous architect chad Oppenheim on the best piece of property in Bal Harbour village. the 12,000 sf home blends indoor and outdoor living seamlessly so you can enjoy south Florida’s beautiful weather year round. the house features a series of gardens, verandas, terraces, an infnity-edge pool and a rooftop sky deck with a Jacuzzi facing the sunset. scheduled for completion in 2014. Web# a1693025.

1095 head oF PoNd Road water Mill, Ny | $6,495,000 | spectacular and truly unique tuscan home located in Water Mill. the 11,000 sf home is host to a number of gorgeous rooms, including 8 bedrooms and 10.5 bathrooms. the main level includes an open, double-height living room with a wall of windows, formal dining room, family room, a gourmet eat-in kitchen, and an expansive master bedroom. the 2-acre property offers a beautiful heated infnity pool with spa, a tennis court, and an outdoor freplace, ideal for entertaining. conveniently located only a short distance to both southampton and Bridgehampton villages and their respective beaches. a true gem. Web# H52142.

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SheRRy NeTheRlaNd, 781 FiFTh aVeNue, 18Fl upper east Side, Ny | $95,000,000 | the most discerning buyer will insist on owning this full-foor 15-room residence in triple mint condition, fooded with light, surrounded by terraces and gifted with incomparable views. Five rooms and the enormous western terrace directly overlook central Park; 6 rooms, including the eat-in kitchen and formal dining room, overlook the southern terrace and the heart of midtown Manhattan; the master bedroom suite and its dedicated terrace look north to central Park and the upper east side. Web# 1525215.

The New MuSeuM BuildiNg, 158 MeRceR STReeT, 5M Soho, Ny | $10,500,000 | this sophisticated 4,200 sf sun blasted loft with high ceilings has been meticulously designed by elle Décor top 25 designer de la torre design studio ltd. a glamorous living space with bright north and west exposure is highlighted by majestic columns. this is a rare opportunity to own a turnkey 3-bed, 3-bath in a desired full-service condominium in soho.Web# 1805974.

132 eaST 62Nd STReeT upper east Side, Ny | $27,000,000 | Masterpiece in Manhattan’s upper east side. this historic 5-story italianate brownstone originally located off of Park ave, originally built by renowned architect John sexton, has been completely restored and designed for the astute buyer in search for a home of 5 bed, 5.5 bath available complete with furniture and objects d’art. this home offers a unique true turnkey opportunity for a buyer with exacting standards. Many rare and exceptional items were acquired to furnish this home and are included in this sale. inquire for details. Web# 1764513.

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524 eaST 72Nd STReeT, #30cde upper east Side, Ny | $5,495,000 | enjoy stunning views of the river, bridges, city and skyline from every window. at just under 3,000 sf, this elegant renovated home has an open living room with oversized windows, luxurious master with sunfooded east/south foor-to-ceiling windows, a lavish dressing room with custom built-ins and sleek white marble bath. 2 other Brs in a separate wing boast open views, custom closets and limestone ensuite baths. also complete with an elite custom kitchen, media room/home offce, av system, cac/heat, washer dryer and freplace. Web# 1703071.


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sOUTHAMPTOn ViLLAGE JEWEL CLOsE TO Gin LAnE southampton | Price Upon Request | A beautifully renovated home in one of Southampton’s most desirable locations. The tasteful residence features a custom built kitchen, den with freplace, formal dining and a sunny, large living room. Offers 6 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Web# H48769.

BEAUTiFUL sOUTHAMPTOn WATERFROnT southampton | $8,450,000 | Stunning, 7-bedroom home on 3.7 acres overlooking Peconic Bay. This 9,200 sf beauty features a living room/library, gourmet kitchen and wine cellar. Poolside brick freplace is by the infnity pool. The mahogany deck leads to the beach below. Web# H11797.

PREsTiGiOUs COUnTRy EsTATE southampton | $7,990,000 | A winding drive leads through a grand gate past a garage/studio and a guest house up to the Colonial main house. When renovating the 3 structures, a total of 9 bedrooms and 8.5 baths, no detail was left out. A pool and room for tennis adds to the places to entertain. Web# H35090.

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2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | Š 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

10 ACREs in sOUTHAMPTOn EsTATE sECTiOn southampton | $45,000,000 | Known as the Linden Estate, this 12-bedroom compound, originally built in 1902, boasts elegant rooms with the most impressive fnishes and a wine cellar with tasting room. Includes a spectacular indoor pool with spa, heated outdoor pool, a grass tennis court, a paddle court and a carriage guest house on close to 10 acres of lush gardens. Web# H49055.

ViLLA MiLLE FiORE COOPERs nECK LAnE southampton | $36,000,000 | This exceptional, sub-dividable, 8-acre property is in one of the most desirable locations in the Southampton Estate section, and this is the frst time it is on the market in more than half a century. The property offers gardens, a pool and tennis and is located only a short distance from Southampton Village and ocean beaches. Web# H14556.

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STUNNING MODERN OcEaNfRONT HOME Bridgehampton | $29,950,000 | Located south of the highway, the home spans an impressive 9,500 sf, sits on nearly 1.5 acres of some of the most sought after oceanfront property. The ocean can be seen and heard from essentially anywhere on the property. Boasts 7 bedrooms, 10 baths and stunning foor to ceiling pure glass windows and doors throughout. Web# H43589.

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2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | Š 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE OCEANFRONT Southampton | Price Upon Request | Features ocean, pond and dune views, this 6,700 sf Traditional is surrounded by 4.5 acres of dunes and over 500 ft of sandy ocean beach. Grand rooms, gourmet kitchen, 5 guest suites and a fnished lower level. The frst foor master suite has a large sitting area and freplace. Outside has seaside terraces, heated Gunite pool and Har-Tru tennis court. Web# H29148.

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OLD WORLD CHARM MEETS MODERN AMENITIES ON THE BAY Westhampton Beach | $17,750,000 | Overlooking scenic Quantuck Bay, this 16,000 sf Manor exudes a sense of elegance and style on 6.86 acres with 620 ft of frontage. Designed by Henry Bacon, best known for designing the Lincoln Memorial, the house contains 24 rooms, 9 bedrooms, 10 baths and 6 freplaces. Includes a carriage house, 56 ft heated Gunite pool, deep-water dock, 4-car garage, Lord & Burnham greenhouse, and room for a tennis court. Co-Exclusive. Web# H42379.

MAGNIFICENT WATERFRONT ESTATE WITH HIGH AND DRY ELEVATION The Hamptons | $9,950,000 | Classic, well-appointed, one-of-a-kind, the adjectives never end for this 6,000 sf waterfront Estate located on 1.3 acres on scenic Duck Point overlooking Moriches Bay. Positioned to take advantage of water views from every angle, you will enjoy panoramic sunrises and sunsets from this bulkheaded property. Sizable boat dock, heated Gunite pool with spa, and terraced gardens make this the perfect Hamptons address. Exclusive. Web# H54354.

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2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | Š 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

Charming Shelter iSland Waterfront Compound Shelter island heights | price upon request | Beautifully appointed waterfront compound. Traditional home with guest house on 5.5 acres with 350 ft of sandy beach with deep water dock. Main house has double-height entrance, family room with freplaces Second foor has 4 en suite bedrooms with double-height master suite. Both have full terraces. Waterside heated Gunite pool. Web# H43485.

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RARE OFFERING ON SOUTH MAIN STREET Southampton | $8,900,000 | This 1920s updated Estate offers tennis, pool and a gracious lifestyle located in the heart of historical Southampton Village. Just 2.5 blocks to ocean beaches, this 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath light-flled home is situated on 1.28 acres. Web# H23369.

GREAT GEORGICA MANSION AND CARRIAGE HOUSE East Hampton | $10,500,000 | Built in the early 1900s, this 6,000 sf mansion sits majestically on meticulous grounds. Offers 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a 2-bedroom, 1-bath Carriage house. Gardens surround the heated pool and spill over the lawns to the edge of the 1-acre grounds. Web# H35013.

COLD SPRING POND BEACH HOUSE Southampton | $1,995,000 | This 3-bedroom, 2-bath Modern Beach House has a 1,000 sf living room with an open kitchen, dining area, and a 26 ft cathedral ceiling. This .46-acre property has bulkheading and sweeping views of Cold Spring Pond. Web# H14410.

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE NEW CONSTRUCTION Southampton | $5,500,000 | Near ocean, shops and restaurants, this brand new, 2.5-story, 7-bedroom, 8.5-bath home has all the right touches. There is a heated pool, pool house, garage, and a completely peaceful backyard on .31 acres. Web# H53806.

PRISTINE TRADITIONAL Southampton | $899,000 | This lovely 4-bedroom, 3-bath home is on a shy acre and located near Great Peconic Bay and historic Sag Harbor. Spend your days at the bay beach, go to the ocean, have a picnic at Morton Wildlife Sanctuary or relax by the pool. Web# H14790.

GREAT VALUE ON ONE-OF-A-KIND CONDO Southampton | $1,695,000 | This 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath Townhouse in the Polo Club is near shops, restaurants and 1 mile to the ocean. Beautifully detailed rooms, top-of-the-line appliances, high ceilings and fnished lower level. There are 2 large patios and pool/pool house. Web# H32471.

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2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

New CoNstruCtioN Amagansett | $2,995,000 | Spans 3,500 sf with 4 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half baths. .90-acre lot has pool, pool house and 1,200 sf patio. All only .5 miles from Amagansett Village. Web# H43805.

trAditioNAl Meets ModerN east Hampton | $3,395,000 | On over 2 acres, this newly fnished, 5,500 sf home blends Traditional architecture with a Modern fair. Offers 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Web# H27145.

eAst HAMptoN estAte seCtioN east Hampton | $12,950,000 | On prestigious James Lane lies this incredible opportunity for substantial main house with guest house on 4+/- acres. One of a kind. Web# H61029.

grANd CoNteMporAry, Close to VillAge east Hampton | $1,975,000 | About 2 miles from the heart of the Village lies this 3,000+ sf Contemporary. Offers 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, an open foor plan and a pool. Web# H44527.

BridgeHAMptoN geM Bridgehampton | $1,995,000 | On a cul-de-sac bordered by reserve, just outside the village near Main Street, this home has a lot to offer. Features 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Web# H12218.

VillAge FriNge New CoNstruCtioN east Hampton | $2,249,000 | This beautifully appointed Traditional is close to the heart of the village and ocean beaches. Features 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and a heated Gunite pool. Web# H50345.

sereNe ACreAge east Hampton | $600,000 | This 2.2-acre lot offers tranquility on a fag lot, nearly a quarter mile from the nearest road. Offers ample room for a house pool, garage and tennis. Web# H0341511.

BeAutiFul reNoVAtioN, Just listed east Hampton | $715,000 | This 3-bedroom, 3-bath home has been completely renovated. The trellis covered entry leads to the living room, chef’s kitchen and formal dining area. Web# H32159.

priVACy iN eAst HAMptoN east Hampton | $1,495,000 | Down a quiet country drive, this beautiful home is surrounded by over 2 acres of towering pines. Featuring 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. Web# H48452.

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Compound on the bay Southampton | $6,500,000 | This Classic mediterranean-style Villa includes 200 ft of open bayfront with panoramic views overlooking Shinnecock Bay and the Atlantic Ocean with 2 pools and a private beach. Web# H29230.

Southampton Village With tenniS Southampton | $8,900,000 | This 1920s updated Estate offers tennis, pool and a gracious lifestyle located in the heart of historical Southampton Village. Just 2.5 blocks to ocean beaches, this 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath light-flled home is situated on 1.28 acres. Web# H23369.

WainSCott South Wainscott | $3,495,000 | This 5,000 sf home offers a double-height foyer, great room with freplace and a wall of windows overlooking the pool. Includes hottub, outdoor seating area, built-in BBQ, cabana bath, entertaining spaces, chef’s kitchen, formal dining room and 4 bedrooms. Web# H38282.

neW ConStRuCtion With bay VieWS Water mill | $5,495,000 | This 8,500 sf Gambrel-style home on 4.6 acres has 8 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, outdoor freplace, screened-in porch, walk-out basement, great room and living room, both with freplaces. Beautiful plantings surround the Gunite pool, pool house and tennis court. Web# H37544.

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SpeCtaCulaR Southampton ClaSSiC Southampton | $2,495,000 | Spacious Traditional with 5 en suite bedrooms, a spectacular living room, gourmet kitchen, grand dining room, screened porch, Gunite pool and extensive stone patios. Outside, the property is surrounded by a reserve on two sides. Web# H21211.

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hamptonS liVing Redefined bridgehampton | $2,750,000 | New construction, introducing Barn and Vine of Bridgehampton. This 4,100 sf home boasts 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, Gunite pool and a 1,870 sf fnished lower level. Clean lines, vaulted ceilings and rustic sophistication defne today’s Sonoma Barn. Web# H52817.


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2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

Sagaponack South 2 acreS Sagaponack | $8,500,000 | Located on prestigious Hedges Lane, this 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath Modern Barn is loaded with style and charm. Features a Gunite pool and Har-Tru tennis court. The pool house has a full bath and wet bar for summer living. Web# H36776.

renovated gem In preStIgIouS old orchard east hampton | $2,195,000 | This renovated gem sits surrounded by a reserve of Beech forest at the end of a 200 ft driveway in prestigious Old Orchard just minutes from the village. The living room features a 2-story wood and glass volume with foor to ceiling freplace. Web# H23039.

Shy acre In Water mIll South Water mill | $4,195,000 | Meticulously maintained and located on a lovely shy acre lot overlooking reserve. This home boasts 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, gorgeous hardwood fooring, an expansive family room, an ideally situated master suite and a heated pool. Web# H37014.

neW mexIco In northWeSt WoodS east hampton | $1,395,000 | Custom built in a Southwestern motif, this 4-bedroom home is on a hillside facing south and overlooks a pool, pool house, patio and outdoor entertaining area. Inside features custom stone, wood fnishes, chef’s kitchen and custom details. Web# H31629.

eaSt hampton vIllage, South of the hIghWay east hampton | $4,800,000 | This 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath home features an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, living room, library and maid’s quarters. Heated Gunite pool, wonderful grounds, superb location. Web# H31541.

patrIck MclaughlIn lic. assoc. r.e. Broker

o 631.725.0200 | c 917.359.4138 patrick.mclaughlin@elliman.com

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the haMptons

the north Fork | rIverdale | Westchester/putnaM | los angeles | FlorIda

SUNSETS ON THE BAY Amagansett | $2,950,000 | Located on a quiet road, close to Montauk, this waterfront retreat overlooks Napeague Harbor and Gardiners Island. Surrounded by parkland with nearby hiking trails, plus one of the best windsurfng destinations in the Hamptons and miles of beach. Web# H24857.

MODERN OFFERING IN THE BELL ESTATES Amagansett | $4,995,000 | Award-winning Bates Masi-designed masterpiece is situated in the heart of the Estate section of Amagansett. The 3,400 sf home is turn-key and has all top-of-theline appliances and a true chef’s kitchen. Sits on 2.2 peaceful acres. Web# H23842.

EAST HAMPTON - SPRINGS - GREAT BUY East Hampton | $625,000 | This shingled Traditional is close to beaches and both Amagansett and East Hampton Village. Offers 4 bedrooms and plenty of space in the fnished basement with bonus room. Outside features stunning stone work and lush grounds surrounding the pool. Web# H43864.

RENOWNED ARCHITECT DESIGNED VINTAGE HOUSE IN THE DUNES Amagansett | $2,250,000 | Spacious beach house on large lot, one block to ocean beach access. Great style and light; open and airy with 2 freplaces. Over 1,000 sf of generous decks. Second foor master bedroom suite with deck and sitting room. First foor has 5 bedrooms. Web# H35010.

Bonny aarons, lic. assoc. r.e. Broker o 631.267.7369 | c 516.383.0333 baarons@elliman.com

Janette goodsteIn, lic. assoc. r.e. Broker o 631.267.7317 | c 516.380.7341 jgoodstein@elliman.com

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the hamptons

the noRth FoRK | RiveRdaLe | WestchesteR/putnam | Los angeLes | FLoRida

2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

HAVE IT ALL CUSTOM, WAINSCOTT SOUTH – NEW TO THE MARKET Wainscott | $5,495,000 | Stunning Wainscott home with many custom features that create an environment full of comfort, beauty and originality. This 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath home was lovingly built with the fnest materials. Gourmet kitchen, home gym, and a number of beautiful living spaces. Meticulously landscaped grounds of 1.19 acres. This is a must see. Web# H46936.

SUNSET VIEWS AMAGANSETT Amagansett | $4,995,000 | This Nantucket-style home, nestled on almost 1 acre surrounded by reserve includes a heated infnity pool and outdoor living with stunning views all around. Boasts 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, cathedral ceilings and a state-of-the-art kitchen. Web# H61592.

James Keogh, Lic. R.e. salesperson Justin agneLLo, Lic. R.e. salesperson haRa Kang, Lic. R.e. salesperson o 631.267.7341 james.keogh@elliman.com www.atlantic.elliman.com

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SPECTACULAR BAYFRONT East Hampton | $3,999,000 | In the prestigious Landfall community, this 4,200 sf Traditional sits on 1.3 bayfront acres. The elevated beach front allows for dramatic views 180 degrees across from Gardiners Island East to Connecticut. Boasts 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Web# H25741.


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the haMptons

the north Fork | rIverdale | Westchester/putnaM | los angeles | FlorIda

Waterfront Magnificence Hampton Bays | $3,325,000 | This exquisite 6,000 sf waterfront home offers top-of-the-line amenities, complete home smart technology, marble foors, onyx tiles, state-of-the-art kitchen, open foor plan, 3 gas freplaces, wrap-around balcony and a heated inground saltwater pool. Web# H40454.

Quintessential Village traditional Westhampton Beach | $2,999,000 | Nestled in the heart of the Estate section stands this beautiful Hamptons Traditional family home with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. There is a gracious living room, formal dining room, sunroom, renovated kitchen and a Gunite pool and pool house. Web# H46312.

Historic HoMe WitH deeP Waterfront docK eastport | $1,479,000 | This completely restored historic barn has views of Seatuck Creek, is framed by 2 acres of mature trees and viewable from both the upper and lower decks. Grand 2-story entrance leads to the great room with freplace. Gunite pool and dock with access to the bay. Web# H10389.

Quogue Village neWlY listed PostModern Quogue | $1,395,000 | Privacy abounds with this newly listed home set on 1 acre of landscaped, parklike property. Features 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, heated pool, fnished basement, gourmet kitchen with granite counters, double Miele ovens, stainless appliances and an open living foor plan. Web# H38198.

JIM saladIno, lic. r.e. salesperson o 631.288.6244 | c 516.635.8891 james.saladino@elliman.com

elaIne haMMond, lic. r.e. salesperson o 631.288.6244 | c 516.635.8892 elane.hammond@elliman.com

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the haMptons

the north Fork | rIverdale | Westchester/putnaM | los angeles | FlorIda

2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

EASt HAmPtOn SOutH East Hampton | $2,750,000 | A 3,100-sf home south of the highway with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, hottub and heated 20 x 40 ft pool. Conveniently located between Amagansett and East Hampton Villages and a short distance to ocean beaches. Web# H0152088.

WAInSCOtt SOutH nEW COnStRuCtIOn Wainscott | $3,750,000 | Traditional with light-flled open foor plan including 5 en suite bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen, double-height living room with freplace and formal dining room. Modern interior with wide plank maple foors. Backyard with covered slate patio and heated pool. Web# H0149974.

EASt HAmPtOn COntEmPORARy East Hampton | $1,195,000 | This stylish 3-bedroom, 2-bath Contemporary is fooded with natural light. Features updated kitchen with stainless appliances. fnished lower level, renovated bathrooms, heated pool, hottub and a 2-car detached garage. Web# H26802.

AmAgAnSEtt nORtH Amagansett | $1,395,000 | This idyllic 3-bedroom, 2-bath home is nestled on 1.4 acres with westerly sunset views over open space in Amagansett North. The kitchen, dining area and living room fow seamlessly in an open layout fooded with natural light. Web# H46565.

EASt HAmPtOn SALtbOx East Hampton | $659,000 | A 3-bedroom, 2-bath 1,500 sf, move-in ready Traditional with an eat-in kitchen, dining area, living room and vaulted ceiling. The .50-acre property has a detached 2-car garage and room for a pool or expansion. Web# H34786.

A SLICE OF PARADISE Amagansett | $799,000 | A chance to purchase one of the few waterfronts in Lazy Point. This 2-bedroom, 1-bath Beach Cottage with waterside deck and pergola offers views of Gardiners Bay. Sale subject to approval by East Hampton Town in the form of a land lease. Web# H37092.

chrIstopher steWart lic. r.e. salesperson

o 631.267.7391 | c 917.744.2450 christopher.stewart@elliman.com

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the haMptons

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CatCh the exCitement of Sag harbor Sag harbor | $3,150,000 | Quite possibly the best water views in the Hamptons are yours from this charming 1.5-story shingled 1850’s home. Offering 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, the home was originally located in Sag Harbor Village and moved to its present location circa 1950, perfectly situated to take advantage of the spectacular views. Upgraded and modernized in keeping with its vintage character, the home features new Waterworks bathrooms, original wide-plank Pumpkin Pine fooring, renovated country kitchen, freplace, expansive decking and a 2-car garage. There’s room for a bit of expansion and application has been submitted for a waterside pool. Web# H0153862.

gIoIa dIpaolo lic. r.e. salesperson

o 631.725.2125 | c 631.903.2937 gdipaolo@elliman.com

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the hamptons

the north Fork | rIverdale | Westchester/putnam | los angeles | FlorIda

2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | Š 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

SOuThAMPTOn VIllAGe WITh ROOM fOR TennIS Southampton | $5,850,000 | Spacious home on slightly under 2 acres has a heated Gunite pool with spa. Web# H61395. Brenda Giufurta O 631.204.2770 | Carol nobbs O 631.204.2714

On The Bluff Sag harbor | $6,900,000 | High on the bluff in North Hampton Point. Has gorgeous bay views. 5 bedrooms, 4 baths. Web# H28989. Richard Kudlak O 631.725.0200, C 631.379.3570

SuPeRIOR TRADITIOnAl Amagansett | $9,495,000 | This superior crafted home displays timeless cottage-style living. Near ocean beaches and Amagansett Village. Web# H27906. lori MacGarva O 631.267.7374

CuSTOM SunSeTS Amagansett | $4,995,000 | Extraordinary home, irreplaceable privacy. Sunsets in front, 1,300-acre reserve in back. Web# H61592. Telly Karoussos O 631.267.7338

MORe ThAn MeeTS The eYe east hampton | $4,995,000 | Bring your imagination to this most coveted village location and win. Web# H49104. Telly Karoussos O 631.267.7338

MODeRnIST hARARI & hARARI Sagaponack | $5,200,000 | Architectural work of art. 6 bedrooms, 2.8 acres. 5,800 sf, Gunite pool, Har-Tru tennis. Art studio/guest house. Web# H15558. lori Barbaria O 516.702.4569

ClOSe TO VIllAGe AnD BeACh east hampton | $3,799,000 | Boasts 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, movie theater, 2-car garage and heated Gunite lap pool set among lush garden. Web# H27624. William Wolff O 917.549.0617

WATeR MIll COMPOunD WITh WATeR VIeWS Water Mill | $3,895,000 | Features 7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, kitchen with freplace, heated Gunite pool. Web# H20781. erica Grossman O 631.204.2723 | Brenda Giufurta O 631.204.2770

OCeAnfROnT VAlue Amagansett | $4,250,000 | Enjoy the luxury of simplicity, the least expensive, single-family oceanfront lot east of the Shinnecock Canal. Web# H25402. Telly Karoussos O 631.267.7338

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the hamptons

the north Fork | rIverdale | Westchester/putnam | los angeles | FlorIda

AMAZING PANORAMIC VIEWS TO THE OCEAN Bridgehampton | $2,900,000 | Contemporary 3,700 sf home on 1 acre, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, gym, CAC, heated pool. 2-car garage. Web# H40806. Lori Barbaria O 516.702.5649

WATER MILL SOUTH PICTURE PERfECT Water Mill | $2,995,000 | Light-flled 6-bedroom, 7-bath home on 1 acre with Poggenpohl kitchen overlooking reserve, heated pool and Har-Tru tennis. Web# H34652. Cynthia Barrett O 917.865.9917

LUXURIOUS PRIVACY Amagansett | $3,200,000 | Adjacent to hundreds of acres of reserve in an American Beech forest. Ideal for entertaining indoors and out. Web# H64361. Telly Karoussos O 631.267.7338

BARN STYLE IN SAG HARBOR VILLAGE Sag Harbor | $2,495,000 | Blocks to beach and Village shops, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, dramatic post and beam interior, pool, pool house. Web# H0153269. Gioia Dipaolo O 631.725.2125

BREATHTAKING SUNSET VIEWS OVER NOYAC BAY Sag Harbor | $2,500,000 | 4,500 sf home on .21 acres. 6 bedrooms, 4 baths, freplace, heated pool with twin waterfalls. Web# H30476. Richard Kudlak O 631.725.0200, C 631.379.3570

SOUTH Of HIGHWAY ESTATE Water Mill | $2,795,000 | This home offers an open foor plan with skylights throughout. Offers 4 bedrooms 4, baths, heated pool and tennis. Web# H56519. Maryanne Horwath O 631.204.2720

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EAST HAMPTON CUL-DE-SAC East Hampton | $1,650,000 | This secluded 4-bedroom, 4-bath home has an open kitchen, dining and living room, sunroom and guest suite. Web# H11151. Robert Kohr O 631.267.7375

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NEW CONSTRUCTION IN THE VILLAGE Bridgehampton | $1,895,000 | Built with superb craftsmanship. Features 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a heated pool. Web# H32228. Priscilla Garston O 631.834.7174, C 631.834.7174

SAG HARBOR VILLAGE Sag Harbor | $1,995,000 | Custom built 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath home with double-height great room, family room, formal dining room. Web# H44877. Jeanine Edington O 631.287.0070, C 917.359.9992


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long Island | the hamptons | the north Fork

rIverdale | Westchester/putnam | los angeles | FlorIda

2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | Š 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

BRIDGEHAMPTON BEAUTY Off LUMBER LANE Bridgehampton | $1,395,000 | Turn-key home featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, living room with freplace, heated pool and community tennis. Web# H41762. Cynthia Beck O 631.537.6076

HANDSOME ENGLISH COUNTRY COTTAGE Southampton | $1,599,000 | On a landscaped 1.38 acres with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, living room with freplace, heated pool. Web# H0159142. Lynda Ireland O 631.537.5900, C 516.909.3311

BAYSIDE HOME - GREAT SUNSET VIEWS Sag Harbor | $1,550,000 | Features 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, open living room, dining area, eat-in kitchen and fantastic water views. Web# H45231. Richard kudlak O 631.725.0200, C 631.379.3570

BAYfRONT RENTAL WITH POOL, DEEPWATER DOCk Sag Harbor | July: $75,000, Aug.-LD: $85,000, July-LD: $150,000 | 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and hottub on a cul-de-sac. Web# H61254. Richard kudlak O 631.725.0200, C 631.379.3570

EXCLUSIVE NORTHSIDE HILLS Sag Harbor | $1,349,000 | This 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath home is open and light flled. Attached garage, full basement and a heated pool. Web# H12220. Maryanne Horwath O 631.204.2720

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE CEDAR SHINGLED GEM Southampton | $1,395,000 | Beautiful renovated home set on a shy half acre lot featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and heated pool. Web# H34979. Brenda Giufurta O 631.204.2770

NORTH fORk RESTAURANT Mattituck | $1,200,000 | Waterfront property and business on Mattituck Inlet. Offers dining deck, pub and freplace. Web# 2644241. Deborah kusa O 631.298.6148

fRENCH CHATEAU Muttontown | $2,950,000 | 1928 French Chateau, 3-bedroom home, heated salt water pool, Palm Beach styled pool villa. Web# 2585831. Barbara Brundige O 516.922.3944, C 516.242.7878

PERfECT RESORT SETTING Mill Neck | $3,650,000 | Sophisticated 5-bedroom, 4-bath on 6.72 acres with olympic jumping ring. 45 minutes from Manhattan. Web# 2624964. Eva Lee O 516.944.2854, C 516.859.1887

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long Island

the haMptons | the north Fork | rIverdale | Westchester/putnaM | los angeles | FlorIda

Gatsby Waterfront sands Point | Price Upon request | Set on a cloistered peninsula, once the site of the famous East Egg landmark the Sands Point Bath and Racquet Club, this architectural masterpiece enjoys magical water views and sunsets from every exquisite room. Seaside pool, 300 ft beachfront and private dock. Only 36 min. to Manhattan by rail. Web# 2501866. Jill berman o 516.944.2852, C 516.375.9101

sPeCtaCUlar arChiteCtUral MasterPieCe old Westbury | $7,988,000 | New construction on 3 fat acres. The 8,000 sf Colonial boasts extraordinary millwork and built-ins, chef’s kitchen, 4 freplaces and master suite with marble spa bath. Lower level with gym and movie theater. Web# 2641212. Maria babaev o 516.621.3555, C 516.287.7716

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MaGnifiCent briCk estate Upper brookville | $12,995,000 | The gated estate boasts an indoor pool, gourmet kitchen, 5 freplaces and lower level with great room, bowling alley, gym and home theater. The rear property features an inground pool and tennis court. Web# 2650923. Maria babaev o 516.621.3555, C 516.287.7716


2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | © 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

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Westchester/putnaM

WINDMILL FARM WATERFRONT Armonk | $4,795,000 | Boasts details including millwork, 5 freplaces and stone patio. This 8,000+ sf 5-bedroom Colonial is set on 1.68 acres. Web# 4408130. Armonk Offce 914.273.1001

JT FARM South Salem | $12,200,000 | This 5-bedroom home overlooks 52 acres of fenced paddocks abutting a 4,700-acre reservation. Pool, riding rings. Web# 3322084. Bedford Offce 914.234.4590

EXTRAORDINARY 47-ACRE ESTATE Katonah | Price Upon Request | Breathtaking 47-acre Estate. 1928 stone/shingle Manor Home. Pool, stables, paddocks, trails, garages, guest/staff quarters. Armonk Offce 914.273.1001

BEAR TRACKS MAGNIFICENT ESTATE Suffern | $2,650,000 | Set on 4.9 acres adjacent to Harriman Preservation, this 8,600 sf home offers 4 freplaces, chef’s kitchen, heated pool. Web# 4400276. Chappaqua Offce 914.238.3988

MODERN COUNTRY HOME Carmel | $2,950,000 | Offers luxury and serenity with lake and mountain views, this 5,400+ sf masterpiece rests on 2+ acres with an infnity pool. Web# 3318280. Katonah Offce 914.232.3700

SOUNDVIEW MANOR White Plains | $4,650,000 | 1920’s Palladian Style Manor home. 6100 sf, 10 bedrooms, 8.5 baths set on 4.65 park like acres. Tennis court. Web# 4408611. Scarsdale Offce 914.723.6800

HOME FOR NATURE LOVERS ON 4 ACRES Pound Ridge | $900,000 | Easy commute Metro North and I-684, 50-minute drive to NYC. Walk, hike, ski in Ward Pound Ridge Reservation. Web# 3326565. Katonah Offce 914.232.3700

ICONIC EDGEMONT ESTATE Scarsdale | $2,150,000 | Impressive 6-bedroom, 7.5-bath home on 1.52 acres with a beautiful landscape. Elegant sunny interior with 6 freplaces. Web# 3402641. Scarsdale Offce 914.723.6800

RIVER BANK FARM Bedford | $2,295,000 | On prestigious Hook Road, this 12+ acre property includes a 4,000 sf residence, studio cottage, heated pool and horse barn. Web# 3334735. Bedford Offce 914.234.4590

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Queens | long Island | the haMptons | the north Fork | rIverdale | Westchester/putnaM | los angeles | FlorIda

Beautiful 3-Story Carriage HouSe $1,900,000 | Built in 2006, 69 & 71 Coffey St. were considered one of the most unique projects in Brooklyn. Located on a quiet cobble stone street. Web# 1718483.

Single family townHouSe $6,800,000 | The house is almost 21 ft wide and has been built out to almost 65 ft deep, has 6 woodburning freplaces and a bath on every foor. Features a large eat-in kitchen. Web# 1738026.

exquiSite 7-Bedroom, 7-BatH BriCk manSion $14,000,000 | Rare and exclusive in every way, this house is both urban and urbane. Includes original gas light chandeliers, 5 skylights, 2 staircases and a restored Otis elevator. Web# 1640847.

luxury living $1,325,000 | The unit features 2 bedrooms with spacious closets and 2 marble baths with deep soaking tubs. The master bath has a glass shower. Southwest facing penthouse. Web# 1667720.

Sun-filled 4-Bedroom $1,390,000 | This spacious home has all the room you will ever need. The bright living room fows into the formal dining room. The openness lends itself to easy entertaining. Web# 1810681.

two family ClaSSiC BrownStone $1,499,000 | This renovated 4-story home is located in prime Bed Stuy. The triplex offers 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and the entire parlor foor is dedicated living, dining, and entertaining. Web# 1777349.

2-Bedroom, 2-BatH triplex Condo $850,000 | Boutique Condo containing duplex and triplex residences. Unit A is confgured as a 2-bedroom, 2-bath duplex. White oak fooring, stainless steel appliances. Web# 1701574.

pentHouSe duplex witH 2 BedroomS and 2 BatHS $1,050,000 | Designer penthouse duplex with 3 terraces, 3 exposures: from east to west and is flled with light and fair. Has 11 ft ceilings, south facing foor-to-ceiling windows. Web# 1743722.

SuperB 2-Bedroom, 2-BatH Condo $1,195,000 | Condo in a highly desirable building. Spacious 159 sf rooftop cabana and generous balcony off the master suite. 24 hour concierge and media room. Web# 1724599.

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the north Fork | riverdaLe | WeStcheSter/putnam | LoS angeLeS | FLorida

2488 Main St, P.O. BOx 1251, BridgehaMPtOn, nY 11932. 631.537.5900 | Š 2014 dOuglaS elliMan real eState. all Material PreSented herein iS intended fOr infOrMatiOn PurPOSeS OnlY. While, thiS infOrMatiOn iS Believed tO Be cOrrect, it iS rePreSented SuBject tO errOrS, OMiSSiOnS, changeS Or WithdraWal WithOut nOtice. all PrOPertY infOrMatiOn, including, But nOt liMited tO Square fOOtage, rOOM cOunt, nuMBer Of BedrOOMS and the SchOOl diStrict in PrOPertY liStingS are deeMed reliaBle, But ShOuld Be verified BY YOur OWn attOrneY, architect Or zOning exPert. equal hOuSing OPPOrtunitY.

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exQuisite condominium at BarBizon/63 140 east 63rd street | $7,250,000 | This exquisite 2,600+ sf, 3-bedroom 3.5-bathroom apartment in the white-glove Barbizon/63 condominium offers sprawling living space, luxurious fnishes and dazzling views from 4 exposures. The high-foor location and abundance of oversized windows ensures brilliant light and stunning open vistas of the city by day and night. Beautiful rosewood fooring, crown moldings, French casement windows, built-in bookshelves, architectural beamed ceilings and columns, custom Arco of Italy closets, surround sound with built-in speakers, and a washer/dryer add to the elegance and allure of this one-of-a-kind gem. Web #1728119.

Quintessential luxury is all yours 515 Park avenue | $6,750,000 | Stylish 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment in a premier Park Avenue Condominium. This beautifully-designed home welcomes entertaining with a large living room that faces Park Avenue, formal dining room and state-of-the-art kitchen that will inspire your inner chef. Enter via a gallery with double closets and be greeted by a spacious foyer that escorts you into the elegant living spaces with high 10 ft ceilings. The master suite is exceptional, with a spa-like en-suite bath graced by double sinks, a deep soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed steam shower. Web #1686550.

Jennine gourin

Lic. r. e. SaLeSperSon o: 917.328.6677 jgourin@elliman.com

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historic condo loft 45 greene street | $3,995,000 | Soaring wood ceilings, wide and handsome loft with three exposures, oversized windows, freplace in expansive living/dining area, open kitchen, two bedrooms, one enormous, two bathrooms, in historic cast iron Soho building. Amazing location. Web# 1820652.

gracious west village townhouse west 4th street | $30,000/month | Greek revival four-story single family house on one of West Village’s most desired tree-lined blocks, this home is sun-flled, cheerful, magical, exudes traditional charm and offers modern amenities. Chef’s kitchen is on the garden foor adjoining the dining area, with wood burning freplace, overlooking a planted garden-patio. The expansive parlor, with wood burning freplace, leads, through French doors, to an intimate sitting/media room. Master bedroom suite with additional bedroom/offce is on the third foor. Children’s wing is on the fourth. and a roof deck with quintessential village views is divine. Web# 1823112.

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brooklyn | QueenS | long iSland | the hamptonS |

the north fork | riverdale | WeStCheSter/putnam | loS angeleS | florida

575 Madison avenue, new York, nY 10022. 212.891.7000 | Š 2014 douglas elliMan real estate. all Material presented herein is intended for inforMation purposes onlY. while, this inforMation is believed to be correct, it is represented subject to errors, oMissions, changes or withdrawal without notice. all propertY inforMation, including, but not liMited to square footage, rooM count, nuMber of bedrooMs and the school district in propertY listings are deeMed reliable, but should be verified bY Your own attorneY, architect or zoning expert. equal housing opportunitY.

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Extraordinary toWnHoUSE 48 East 81st Street | $23,000,000 | Magnifcently renovated 20 foot wide, 5 story town house. Grandly proportioned, with high ceilings, oversized windows and great light, this beautiful home features an extraordinary level of detail, from imported South American wood fooring and Venetian stucco walls, to hand-run plaster moldings, all-teak cinema room and gourmet chef’s kitchen. Other noteworthy features include a grand, entertaining salon and dining conservatory on the parlor level, deep and IPE garden and walnut paneled library. The master suite features his and her dressing rooms furnished with mahogany cabinetry, leather fooring, double showers, and separate deep soaking tub. Aside from the exquisite design and high-end appointments, the home boasts top-of-the-line lighting, security and audio/visual systems. A rare fnd on a lovely block. Web# 1656223.

Sabrina Saltiel,

lic. assoc. r.e. broker

o: 212.350.2205 | C: 917.626.2866 ssaltiel@elliman.com

alliSon Chalfin, lic. r.e. Salesperson o: 212.891.7012 allison.chalfin@elliman.com

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FOREVER VIEW 641 Fifth Avenue, 28G | $3,500,000 | Imagine postcard views 24/7, from every room of this 1,700 sf (157.94 square meter) two-bedroom, two-bath with world-class services at the iconic Olympic Tower. Turn-key investor opportunity or home-awayfrom-home. Web# 1784131. Corinne Pulitzer O: 212.650.4832

EMERY ROTH MASTERPIECE Fifth Avenue at 69th Street | $3,400,000 | Mint three-bed, three-bath on Fifth Ave in full service building. Side views of the Park, chef’s kitchen top of the line appliances, wide planked cherry foors custom lighting. Web# 1758355. Diane Johnson O: 212.418.2075 | Scott Boyd O: 212.891.7702

THREE-BED THREE-BATH CONDO 404 East 76th Street, 5GH | $2,595,000 | New 1,713 sf renovation in luxury building, huge open living dining space, true chef’s kitchen with dining bar, dual master suites, third bedroom/den, new foors, dogs welcome. Web# 1775887. Catherine Spencer O: 212.891.7681, C: 917.498.0150

BRAND NEW 303 East 57th Street | $1,450,000 | Triple mint. Fully renovated. New bathrooms and brand new windowed kitchen make this fabulous two-bedroom an easy move. Panoramic city view and a terrace. Web# 1772003. Faith Fisher Einhorn O: 212.418.2045, C: 917.797.8999

ELEGANT HOME OR PIED-À-TERRE 125 East 74th Street | $1,195,000 | This sunny tastefullyrenovated prewar coop has freplace in spacious living room, large bedroom, dining area, and guest room or offce. Full-service doorman building. Web# 1795373. Della Leathers O: 212.891.7112, C: 917.853.9813

PARK AVENUE LUXURY 750 Park Avenue | $1,100,000 | Location, location. Move right into this newly renovated one bedroom. Nearby Central Park and Madison Avenue. Beautiful terrace overlooking Park Avenue. Prime 72nd street address. Web# 1798448. Faith Fisher Einhorn O: 212.418.2045, C: 917.797.8999

CONDO WITH INCREDIBLE VIEWS 304 East 65th Street, 18C | $975,000 | High foor mint one-bedroom with wrap balcony. Totally renovated. Gourmet kitchen. Marble bath with jacuzzi. Luxury doorman building with gym. Call to see today. Web# 1789663. Amy Gordon O: 212.319.2339

MANSION IN THE SKY 230 West 56th Street, 64FL | Price Upon Request This truly amazing six-bedroom, six-and-one-half- bath, full-foor sky mansion at the Park Imperial is beautifully fnished and decorated, with 8000 sf and 360 degree panoramic views. Web# 1755399. Harry DiOrio O: 212.702.4084

NYC LUXURY 151 East 85th Street | Price Upon Request | Manhattan sky views grace the foor-to-ceiling windows of this spectacular fvebedroom, fve-bath, designer-decorated condominium home. Furnished for exclusive long-term lease only. Web# 1812898. Stephanie Ryalen Batesky O: 646.871.4443

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575 Madison avenue, new York, nY 10022. 212.891.7000 | © 2014 douglas elliMan real estate. all Material presented herein is intended for inforMation purposes onlY. while, this inforMation is believed to be correct, it is represented subject to errors, oMissions, changes or withdrawal without notice. all propertY inforMation, including, but not liMited to square footage, rooM count, nuMber of bedrooMs and the school district in propertY listings are deeMed reliable, but should be verified bY Your own attorneY, architect or zoning expert. equal housing opportunitY.

GORGEOUS HIGH FLOOR LOFT 17 West 17th Street, 10th Floor | $7,995,000 | Gorgeous newly renovated, ffty-three ft wide, open-layout, four-bedroom/ four-bathroom loft. Featuring spectacularly large windows with views of the Empire State Building. Web# 1771665. Michael Graves O: 212.572.3107, C: 212.932.2222

TOWNHOUSE IN THE SKY 111 Jane Street | $14,495,000 | This triple mint four-bedroom condo penthouse boasts over 5,200 sf of interior space, over 1,100 sf of exterior space and enjoys prewar details with Hudson River views. Web# 1744296. Melanie Lazenby O: 212.727.6131 | Dina Lewis O: 212.727.6129

FABULOUS FIFTH AVENUE 1 East 66th Street, 13/14BC | $14,750,000 | Stunning duplex in Rosario Candela building. Fourteen windows face Central Park. Three wood-burning frplaces. Master bedroom with paneled library, second bedroom. Web# 1736625. Rebecca Steindecker O:212.891.7080 | Elaine Bedell O: 212.451.5980

A YACHT IN THE SKY 333 East 91st Street | $6,395,000 | 3000 sf meticulously renovated two-bed, two-and-one-half-bath custom designed apartment in the sky. Facing east, west and south, dramatic city views throughout. Condo rules, open fnancing, pets ok. Web# 1549884. John Stathis O: 212.891.7651

STUNNING TRIPLEX OFF CENTRAL PARK WEST 29 West 85th Street | $6,900,000 | Rare condo triplex near Central Park. Mint condition, 14+ ft ceilings, three secluded terraces, grand entertaining space with fantastic fow and warm southern exposure. Web# 1739004. Rick Kelly O: 212.727.6155 | Barbara Portman O: 212.321.7195

STORYBOOK TOWNHOUSE 35 West 12th Street | $7,000,000 | Situated on one of Greenwich Village’s most prized tree-lined streets, this historical gem has been recreated by one of fashion’s most prominent icons. Web# 1739207. Frank Arends O: 212.727.6169 | Daniela Zakarya O: 212.488.8665

PENTHOUSE TWO TERRACES 10 East End Avenue | $4,200,000| Spectacular views. Penthouse duplex. Three bedrooms, three-and-one-halfbaths, two terraces. Open, loft-like chef’s kitchen. Wine room, laundry room. Triple mint. Architecturally redesigned. A must see. Web# 1793961. Jill Libman O: 212.769.6545

DIRECT GRAMERCY PARK VIEWS 13 Gramercy Park South | $4,995,000 | Townhouse prewar three-bedroom, two-and-one-half-bath residence. Dining room, glass conservatory and terrace. Soaring ceilings, two freplaces, inlaid wood foors, elevator. Web# 1763050. Rise Cale O: 212.206.2825

PARK VIEWS FROM EVERY ROOM 1165 Fifth Avenue, 14A | $5,995,000 | Dazzling light and prewar elegance greet you from every room in this classic 8 high foor corner apartment with breathtaking views of Central Park and south down Fifth Avenue. Web# 1688134. Richard Balzano O: 212.488.8646 | Lorie Torpey O: 212.645.4040

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sOUtH BeacH cOndO HOtel tOWer sUite miami Beach | $2,700,000 | Designed by award-winning Marcel Wanders, this 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath tower residence offers views of the bay. Web# A1942594. pietro Belmonte 305.335.1981

pOrtO Vita WaterfrOnt HOme aventura | $2,990,000 | Beautiful 2-story townhouse offers over 4,400 sf of living space, 4 bedrooms, 2-car garage and pool. Web# A1915406. richard Goihman 305.206.2560

UniqUe estate OppOrtUnity sewalls point | price Upon request | On a charming peninsula, this home offers 4+ acres, deepwater beach and 212 ft of direct waterfront. Web# RX-9998348. richard stahl 561.632.8595

BUild yOUr dream HOme On HUtcHinsOn island stuart | $1,195,000 | Own a slice of heaven with this 1-acre oceanfront lot in the prestigious neighborhood of Galleon Bay. Web# RX-10010482. erica scalesse 561.289.7755

canyOn rancH liVinG miami Beach | $2,299,000 | Amazing 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath oceanfront with benefts of a turn-key lifestyle. Spa, 4 pools and luxury amenities. Web# A1897851. Kayce driscoll 305.401.6100

st. reGis Bal Harbour | $2,395,000 | Two legendary names meet in one address. This 5-star Condo hotel unit with 1 bedroom + 1 den, 2 full baths. Web# A1929535. Janet BenZvi 305.494.5100

miami BeacH island liVinG WaterfrOnt rental miami Beach | $20,000/month | Contemporary stunner with gourmet kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, outdoor kitchen, heated pool, dock and close to everything. Kayce driscoll 305.401.6100

sOUtH BeacH WaVerly miami Beach | $699,000 | Renovated corner 2-bedroom, 2-bath home with incredible beach views. Largest split foor plan with expansive balcony. Web# A1915791. Jorge alonso 305.479.0164

santa BarBara inspired Villa Wellington | $795,000 | Villa in the prestigous community of Palm Beach Polo C.C. Hurricane impact doors and windows, gourmet kitchen. Web# RX-10008971. erica scalesse 561.289.7755

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Spectacular continuum South 3-Bedroom 100 S pointe drive, 2904 | miami Beach | price upon request | Extraordinary opportunity to own the best line at the Continuum South. Rarely available. Almost 3,000 sf of interior space, 2 huge terraces with unobstructed views of the ocean and downtown. Brand new, renovated 3-bedroom, fnished with a top-of-the-line open kitchen, custom lighting, Calacatta marble baths and more.

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John lautner’s Masterpiece Malibu | $22,000,000 | John Lautner’s Stevens’ House (1968) is on approximately 37 ft of sandy beach. Built of wood and concrete, Lautner created the 5-bedroom structure to resemble waves. It is a symbol of the Malibu coastline. Web# 13697027. cory Weiss o 310.595.3890, c 310.922.1124

Frank Gehry’s schnabel house brentwood | $14,495,000 | Frank Gehry’s Schnabel House (1989), this “village of sculptural forms” masterpiece encompasses spaces that are multi-dimensional and complex. Secluded and gated 5-bedroom, 5-bath home. cory Weiss o 310.595.3890, c 310.922.1124

the JeWel oF d este pacifc palisades | $7,997,000 | Brand new restoration of a magnifcent Riviera Spanish estate. Exquisitely remodeled with unparalleled quality. Designed for comfort, elegant indoor/outdoor entertaining and gracious living. Web# 14729529. scott segall o 310.595.3893, c 310.480.4823

pierre koeniG Malibu beach Malibu | $14,495,000 | Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Pierre Koenig’s last built project, the LaFetra Beach House, made of steel, concrete and glass. Gated with its own drawbridge, this could no longer be built in this location. Web# 14743731. cory Weiss o 310.595.3890, c 310.922.1124

John lautner’s raWlins house newport beach | $5,395,000 | Completed in 1980, John Lautner’s Rawlins House has an indoor/ outdoor feel ideal for entertaining. The lack of conventional walls and use of skylights draw sunlight. This is a true Modernist escape. Web# 14744203. cory Weiss o 310.595.3890, c 310.922.1124

bird street retreat sunset strip | $2,150,000 | Hampton’s cottage with privacy and views. Meticulously renovated while maintaining its authentic, timeless charm. Spectacular gardens and patio ideal for entertaining. eric purcell o 310.595.3882, c 310.980.3742

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Haute Property NEWS, STARS, AND TRENDS IN REAL ESTATE

Locally dubbed the “Tuscan Village,” this Agrest and Gandelsonas– designed home is on the market for $26.5 million.

Redefining the Lines A SCULPTURAL HOME IN SAGAPONACK MIXES TRADITIONAL HAMPTONS BUILDING MATERIALS WITH AVANT-GARDE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN. BY MIKE OLSON

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rchitects Diana Agrest and Mario Gandelsonas had designed Hamptons spec homes before, but the request they received for 612 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack was unlike any project they’d done before. The commission: Create a three-story contemporary home of cedar, steel, and glass that, as the ambitious owner described, would be “an agglomeration of buildings that looked like they came together over a long period of time.” Erected on 4.2 pristine acres of waterfront land bordering Sagaponack Pond, 612 Sagg Main Street is a wildly futuristic farmhouse true to the owner’s idiosyncratic ideas: six unique buildings that suggest a cluster of found objects—some built into hills, others perched on stilts—all connected by bridges, staircases, and walkways. Driving through the rustic gated entry and down the tree-lined, canopied driveway flanked by fields of wild

flowers, there is no way to prepare yourself for what the home at 612 Sagg Main Street has in store. The shingled structure that looks like an old farmhouse on stilts? That’s the six-bedroom guest wing. The three-story segment that vaguely resembles a lighthouse? You’re looking at the master wing. The grass-covered building that melts into the hillside like a classic potato barn is a garage, while the glass silo with horizontal wood rings is home to (presumably) the East End’s only circular, glass-enclosed library (and above it, a very revealing master bathroom). Still, rather than feeling like a mishmash of disparate pieces, Agrest and Gandelsonas’s 6,000-square-foot masterpiece feels like one seamless whole. “None of the spaces are so large that you feel like you have this continued on page 304

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“For most people, it’s not a house; it’s an enigma.” —MARIO GANDELSONAS continued from page 303 open, wasted space,” explains Tim Davis, the Southampton-based broker with The Corcoran Group tasked with selling the $26.5 million, seven-bedroom home. “It’s a very livable, comfortable house that is very well thought out.” Bringing it all together is the home’s 110-footlong barrel-vaulted living room and gourmet kitchen, lined on one side by 17 sets of glass double doors that face the property’s 265 feet of Sagaponack Pond frontage (complete with deck

for kayaking, canoeing, or paddleboarding) and of The Cooper Union, admitted after the offer breathtaking westward views. “I think my home’s completion. “I don’t know why we favorite room is the living room, because from built it like that.”) there, you can see all the way to Sagg Bridge,” Naturally, a home as unique as 612 Sagg Davis adds. “Sagaponack has such a big sky, and Main Street doesn’t speak to every Hamptons this is one room where you can really feel it. The buyer. Not only did Mario Gandelsonas admit view is so broad that you can see all the way to as much upon the home’s completion, but he the north and southwest as well.” also realized that this is a vital part of its endurThat glass-filled living room also looks out to ing charm. “For most people, it’s not a house; it’s the rest of 612 Sagg Main Street’s lush property, an enigma,” said Gandelsonas to The New York from the full tennis and basketball courts to the Times. “I don’t think we designed it that way, but heated pool with a shape designed to evoke a we’re happy about it. Asking ‘What does this mandolin—complete with two changing cabins mean?’ is what architecture is about.” Tim meant to represent the instrument’s tuning keys. Davis, The Corcoran Group, 88 Main St., Still, a home like this will continue to be Southampton, 283-7300; corcoran.com H known for its dramatic spaces, and among its most iconic is the master suite, reached by a sleek modern staircase that features a Cover model: 612 Sagg Main Street long, open-air catwalk—a footis on the cover of bridge reminiscent of a very the book Agrest grown-up tree house—that leads and Gandelsonas: to a shaded, outdoor lounge on Works. stilts. From here, the new owner Designer original: will enjoy the property’s breathThe architects had worked on many taking sunset views. (“[That’s] a large-scale weird object,” Diana Agrest, a renovations, but full-time professor at The Irwin this was their first S. Chanin School of Architecture residential design

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to actually be constructed. Name game: Originally named Villa Amore, the home soon earned the nickname “Tuscan Village.”

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The “adult” tree house loft is connected to the main house by a foot bridge; the master bathroom is above the library in an all-glass silo; the gourmet kitchen is lined with 17 sets of glass double doors facing Sagaponack Pond.

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Renovate or Rebuild? REAL ESTATE EXPERT MICHAEL BRAVERMAN MODERATES A ROUNDTABLE OF EAST END BROKERS, BUILDERS, AND LANDSCAPERS ABOUT THE VALUE OF RESTORING A TRADITIONAL HOME OR TEARING IT DOWN FOR A MORE MODERN DESIGN.

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Michael Braverman: One of the big questions in the real estate world is whether one should tear down or renovate a house. Stuart Disston: I always ask the client if they’re taking more than 50 percent of the house during a renovation if there’s any value left in what they leave. Framing is the least expensive part of the house, so if you’re not happy with that, take it down and get exactly what you want. When it comes to a more significant structure, if it’s well maintained and well preserved and still has a lot of the original detailing, then I always encourage people to preserve it as much as possible. Gary DePersia: The reality today is the land south of the highway, certainly oceanfront, has so much more value than any potential house on it. A buyer spending money on that land is going to be hard-pressed to keep an older house that has small rooms, lower ceilings, less light, and older amenities. There are very few buyers today who want to renovate; they’d rather take it down. David Yarom: The oceanfront homes are enduring the biggest changes. Owners want to build what they want, especially if they can afford oceanfront property. People from the city, they want the view, so they want bigger windows facing the ocean. John Kean: I’m in favor of saving beautiful old homes, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. What I’m more concerned about are property returns. If continued on page 308

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Stuart Disston, Michael Derrig, Adam Miller, Michaela Keszler, Michael Braverman, John Kean, Gary DePersia, and David Yarom discuss the current trends in Hamptons real estate at The Watermill Center.

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377 JOBS LANE, BRIDGEHAMPTON Spectacular Water Front new construction property in Bridgehampton designed by renowned architect Blaze Makoid. This Ultra Modern remarkable masterpiece is just one block from the ocean with dramatic ocean views seen from the entire house. Expected to be completed and enjoyed Summer 2015 the home boasts, 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, 3 car garage, Arc-Linea kitchen with top of the line Gaggenau appliances, 3 stop elevator and geothermal radiant heating. This 13,000 sq ft beauty is inclusive of a fabulous outdoor living space with covered and uncovered ocean view patios, built-in outdoor kitchen, custom infinity edge pool with dramatic 15 ft waterfall and spa. World class living in the Hamptons.

74 ERICAS LANE, SAGAPONACK As Featured on Living Large this Sensational New Construction modern home is 8700 sq feet just 2 country blocks from the ocean. This house has it all including; dramatic grand entry, Magnificent Brazilian teak exterior, 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 5 fireplaces and a 3 stop elevator. The house is complete with Savant smart house technology, Lutron lighting control and an eight zone Geothermal heating and cooling system. The modern custom kitchen is open to first floor entertainment which includes a sensational glass enclosed wine display in dining room. The lower level boasts a cutting edge 3d home theatre, gym with spa and cascading waterfall. Walls of Glass overlooking the infinity edge pool, outdoor kitchen, 2 sided fireplace which leads to spa, cabana and sunken tennis court. Make plans and preview this magnificent offering today.

11 JONES COVE ROAD, EAST HAMPTON Traditional Style with an “Edgy Flair”. Amazing new construction 13,000 sq. ft. home sitting on 2.2 beautifully landscaped acres. House includes 8 Bedrooms with 6 EnSuite Bedrooms, plus 2 additional staff/family bedrooms and 3 Powder Rooms. Dramatic front entry hall with elaborate custom balustrade which leads into Library with Wine Room, Custom Kitchen with top of the line appliances, 6 Fireplaces, Cutting edge home theater and Gym. On the magnificent landscape grounds you will find Custom Pool with Oversized Spa, sunken tennis court and full cabana. Close to Beaches. Prestigious Private Living South of the Highway.

SAGAPONACK BUILDERS 631-830-0090 WWW.SAGAPONACKBUILDERS.COM


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RIGHT: Watchcase in Sag Harbor is a prime example of a piece of traditional East End architecture that was restored. BELOW: Stuart Disston, Michael Derrig, Adam Miller, and Michaela Keszler debate the issues.

continued from page 306 the owner of a property decides to preserve a house and wants to put it on the historic register, he has an understanding of whether it’s going to create more, or possibly less, value. Michael Derrig: I know from personal experience with my own house in East Hampton village from the 1940s. My wife and I wanted to save it, but we also wanted higher ceilings, a bigger basement. We went ahead with the renovation plan and after we got about halfway through we realized we should have done it from scratch. We still built a house that was in context with the village, but it cost me a lot more money. It’s a tough decision to make. MB: How does landscape design factor in? MD: There are municipalities throughout the country that have legislation against tearing down designated trees that are so many years old to build homes, and that doesn’t happen here. Is it a shame when someone tears a beautiful tree down to build a house? It is, but it’s the property owner’s right. MB: The Hamptons demographic includes people from every part of the world—how does that affect home design and pricing? Michaela Keszler: I’m dealing with a lot of South Americans right now, and I can say they like ultramodern, very sleek houses. The people from Europe, they gravitate more toward the older homes, but they turn it around inside to have a beautiful modern kitchen. Adam Miller: A lot of the builders I represent are selling things preconstruction. If you understand the trends as a builder, you can do really well right now. JK: We would rather finish the house and then put it on the market, because if we’re selling a house now that’s going to take a year or two to build, we might actually have undersold it because the value of the land has most likely gone up and up and up. MB: Where is this leading? Will a small shingle-style village house continued on page 310

“The beauty of the Hamptons is that it’s an eclectic community; it’s important that we don’t lose that, and I don’t think we will.” —JOHN KEAN

THE PANELISTS Gary DePersia, broker, The Corcoran Group 51 Main St., East Hampton, 899-0215; corcoran.com Michael Derrig, owner, Landscape Details 1796 Bridgehampton–Sag Harbor Tpk., Sag Harbor, 7250018; landscapedetailsinc.com Stuart Disston, partner, Austin Patterson Disston Architects 44 Quogue St., Quogue, 653-1481; apdarchitects.com

Michaela Keszler, senior associate broker, Douglas Elliman 70 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 204-2743; michaelakeszler.elliman.com Adam Miller, founder, The Adam Miller Group, P.C. 2462 Main St., Bridgehampton, 537-1155; adammillergroup.com David Yarom, owner, Nova Studio International LLC 241 County Road 39A, Southampton, 516-869-6600; novastudio.com

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John Kean, founder and CEO, Kean Development Company 5 Main St., Ste. B, Cold Spring Harbor, 367-9696; keandevelopment.com

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STRIKING PENTHOUSE LOFT / CHELSEa Excl Prepare your self to be wowed… This sun-flooded duplex penthouse loft offers over 4,100SF of indoor/outdoor living space! Amazing home feat a dramatic double-height living room with 20’ ceilings, 6’ wide fireplace, chef’s kitchen, 3BRs, 3.5 baths + an enormous wrap terrace with sweeping views overlooking the Highline, the Hudson River, and the Manhattan skyline. Absolutely gorgeous! $11.75M. Web#3795920

IT’S aLL aBOUT THE VIEWS… / GREENWICH VILLaGE Excl This 4,150 square foot, full floor residence is perched 17 stories above Lower Manhattan and features a dramatic entertaining expanse with a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen, three bedrooms, library with wood burning fireplace, and an enormous wraparound terrace. $15.825M. Web#3860018

EXQUISITE LUXURY HOME / TRIBECa Excl. This mint and sophisticated 4BR/4Bath corner condo loft is guaranteed to take your breath away! Keyed-elevator opens to a grand-scaled living/ dining room bathed in natural sunlight with 11-foot ceilings, a wood burning fireplace, and state-of-the-art Boffi kitchen. $10.75M. Web#9917397

PENTHOUSE-IN-THE-SKY / FLaTIRON Excl. Enjoy brilliant light and staggering river-to-river views from 52 windows in this sprawling 3,600SF duplex penthouse featuring a sundrenched living/dining room with 2 wood burning fireplaces, chef’s kitchen, 5 bedrooms, library, office. $7.75M. Web#9248195

DUaNE PaRK PENTHOUSE / TRIBECa Excl Rarest of rare… A sun-blasted duplex penthouse loft perched high above Duane Park. 3 bedrooms plus den, chef’s kitchen, wood burning fireplace, plus a spectacular private roof garden with breathtaking city views. Location location location! $5.75M. Web#9484318

PaLaTIaL PREWaR HOME / MIDTOWN WEST Excl This legendary 9-room residence at the historic Osborne is restored to perfection with all original details intact! 3,000SF duplex home features grand-scaled entertaining rooms with 14-foot ceilings, 5 wood burning fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, formal dining room, chef’s kitchen. $5.5M.

STUNNING NOHO CONDO LOFT / NOHO Excl. Keyed-elevator opens to this sun-drenched floor-thru loft featuring an expansive entertaining space with high ceilings, wide-plank oak flooring, exposed brick walls, gorgeous state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 2 luxurious baths. Central AC. Triple mint! $3.25M. Web#9977477

ROMaNTIC WEST VILLaGE FLaT / WEST VILLaGE Excl. This rare and wonderful 2 bedroom, 2 bath floor-through is located on the prettiest tree-line block in the West Village and features a sun-drenched living/dining room with wood-burning fireplace, windowed eat-in-kitchen, and tranquil tree-top views from bay windows. $3.1M. Web #9928738

LUXURIOUS SOHO LOFT / SOHO Excl. This mint 2,600 square foot architect-designed loft features a spacious living/dining room with high ceilings, exposed brick walls, original timber columns, state-of-art kitchen, 3 bedrooms, office, plus 2.5 renovated baths. Prime SoHo location! $16,000/month. Web#9837897

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This home from Austin Patterson Disston Architects is an example of a more modern residence that replaced an older one that was torn down at the owner’s request. BELOW: John Kean and David Yarom talk shop.

“We were driving past this eyesore for years and now there’s this exciting new property.”

continued from page 308 be an endangered species? Are we going to put our architectural heritage in the Dumpster? JK: There’s a product for everybody; I don’t think we’re going to lose anything. There are buyers who can’t afford the $12 million house, so the smaller, shingle house is going to fit in perfectly. The little house by the bay is probably the most endangered, but there are still buyers for that as well. The beauty of the Hamptons is that it’s an eclectic community; it’s important that we don’t lose that, and I don’t think we will. DY: It’s about people’s own taste—some people love a modern kitchen. Others absolutely hate it. I wanted a modern home all my life and all of a sudden those houses are coming up [for sale]. MD: There are many people who don’t want the headache of a large property; they love the idea of the traditional Hamptons shingle-style home or small cottage for the weekends. Everyone’s talking about these multimillion-dollar properties, but it’s really not all that the Hamptons is about. MB: What are the trends that are emerging in landscape and architecture? MD: People are very concerned about having less landscaping. The direction I’ve been seeing and what I’ve been encouraging my clients to do is a little more geometric and simpler—more open space with less maintenance. MK: With the new construction, you’re seeing all kinds of styles; I personally love old homes. Something I’m worried about and that I think we should open our eyes to is what’s happening on the north side of the highway. They’re building hundreds of new homes. If it’s an acre now, it’s going to half-acre lots in the future, with all the same-looking homes, and I think that’s a crime on the landscape. AM: One of the properties I wanted to talk about is Watchcase. Here’s a historic site that took years to get started. Research shows that people love this project, which is really changing the landscape of Sag Harbor. We were driving past this eyesore for years and now there’s this exciting new property. GD: If there’s any criticism of the Hamptons, it’s that a lot of our houses look very much the same. When you see a more traditional house, with a contemporary interior, that’s a buyer or builder listening to the buying public saying, “We want a Hamptons home, but we don’t need the detail. We want

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something that’s cleaner and fresher, more clean walls for art and less paneling.” MB: A new trend in business is to do things with “passion and compassion.” How do you apply that to your work? AM: The reason I moved out here was to combine real estate and law. Moving forward, what I’m very passionate about is the commercial side [of the Hamptons], because we have all this tremendous development. I’m passionate about developing our villages again. DY: I go into a house as if I am going to live in it. For example, there’s no sense in putting a washer and dryer near a master bedroom if the home owners don’t do their own laundry. MD: Landscaping and landscape architecture has been my passion, and I think it shows in my work and through the relationships I build. When I come out to a project, I could have been with that customer for over 12 years, through the design process, the construction, and the maintenance. Landscape is always changing, but my passion for it will never change. H

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—ADAM MILLER

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360 degree PANOrAMIC CeNTrAL PArK VIeWS / MIdTOWN WeST Excl. Oversized dramatic 2-3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths with huge picture windows and absolutely mesmerizing views. High ceilings. Windowed chef’s kitchen and formal dining room. Full-service white glove doorman building. $4.8M.

PreWAr 6 3 BedrOOM WITh TreeTOP VIeWS / UeS Excl. 3 bedrooms, 10‘ ceilings, wood burning fireplace, formal dining room, wood strip floors, and custom cabinetry. Mint kitchen and baths. W/D. Charming details. $1.695M. Web#9855021

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PreWAr PeNThOUSe TerrACe dreAM / UPPer eAST SIde Excl. 1,000SF wraparound landscaped wonderland. High ceilings, wood burning fireplace, 2 bedrooms, 2 windowed baths and windowed kitchen. State-of-the-art ultra-luxe finishes. 24-hour full-service building. $2.695M. Web#9726206

eVerY rOOM ON The rIVer / SUTTON PLACe Excl. Triple mint masterpiece 2BR + sun room, 2 baths. Loft-style kitchen with Sub-Zero, Meile, etc. New top notch renovation w/wide strip hdwd floor. Like living on the ocean. $1.725M. Web#9228711

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gOrgeOUS TrIPLe MINT 3 BedrOOM CONd-OP / UeS Excl. Spacious, panoramic city views. 12x16 bay windowed dining rm, 3 renov baths, open windowed SoHo-style kitchen w/breakfast bar, Viking, Bosch, etc. Full-srvc amenities. $2.1M. Web#9353516

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BUY DESIGN

SWEPT AWAY The Cowboy Cauldron’s sleek design complements a contemporary outdoor setting.

New Frontier MORE THAN A GRILL OR A FIRE PIT, THE COWBOY CAULDRON IS REQUIRED FOR THIS SEASON’S OUTDOOR GATHERINGS.

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ong before he found himself working for a mutual fund in Washington, DC, Mike Bertelsen grew up in the West. A cowboy at heart, he started spending all his time in the woods of Mount Vernon and sought to create an all-in-one outdoor cooking device that would also deliver on quality and durability. In 2008 he introduced the Cowboy Cauldron, a fire pit and grill—available in four styles (starting at $895) from 24 to 41 inches in diameter—that comes with a six-foot stand, chains for hanging the basin, and a grill top. “The suspended basin radiates heat across a large area, which allows its owners to extend their entertaining into late fall,” says Bertelsen, who suggests using the Cowboy Cauldron for clambakes, lobster boils, and cooking crawdads. “It can also be raised or lowered to any height to match with different outdoor layouts.” Chefs across the nation have lauded its utility and versatility, including acclaimed Bizarre Foods America host Andrew Zimmern, who says: “It’s a fire pit. It’s a grill. It’s a showpiece. I love the Cowboy Cauldron.” 801-918-4490; cowboycauldron.com

Created by lighting designer Ro Sham Beaux, the Maya chandelier, made of woven natural hemp, is inspired by the patterns and textures of a fisherman’s net. The lamp is just one of many carefully curated furnishings found at Sea Green Designs, where owner Shannon Willey displays chic and sustainable home accents, many of which she incorporates into her interior design projects. “We like that each piece is handcrafted in the US and that we can customize them to match individual homeowners’ tastes,” says Willey. Sea Green Designs also hosts décor workshops, with lessons that range from applying gold leaf to distressing pieces for an antique finish. 40A Jobs Lane, Southampton, 259-3612; seagreendesignsllc.com

Marders’s garden shop features a selection of topiaries.

MARDERS NOT ONLY CREATES STUNNING LANDSCAPES, IT ALSO HAS A GLORIOUS GARDEN SHOP. SPRAWLED ACROSS MORE THAN 30 ACRES, Marders has one of the largest collections of plants in the country. The Bridgehampton garden center is known for its inventory of large-scale specimens and rare varieties, its expansive nursery stock, and parklike displays that shoppers, gardeners, and visitors alike have enjoyed since 2001. In addition, the 3,400-square-foot organic garden shop carries everything from a line of outdoor furniture designed by Silas Marder to garden gifts and artifacts like stained glass, baskets, pots, candles, tableware, and topiaries. 120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 537-3700; marders.com H

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Sea Green Designs’ Maya chandelier is perfect for those looking to add a beachy accent without going overboard.

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Maya chandelier, Ro Sham Beaux ($778).

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Breathtaking north haven Waterfront Compound Sag harbor. 1.88 acres, two single and separate lots with 238’ of southwest-facing vistas over Polles Creek and Noyac Bay. Supremely private, yet just a mile to Sag Harbor Village. It does not get better than this. $6.9m WeB# 52696

priStine eaSt hampton eState east hampton. Turnkey and ready for summer. Gated entry and lush landscaping welcome you to this 3,000 SF, 3BR home. Renovated with EIK, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, large master suite + 2 guest BRs. Finished basement has laundry and staff kitchen. Heated gunite pool, patios, outdoor illumination. On a shy acre, near East Hampton Village. Exclusive. $1.695m WeB# 40577

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Sag harbor. Immaculate home on 1.5 acres has community docks and mooring rights. Five bedrooms, 5.5 baths, dual masters, roomy living areas, huge eat-in kitchen, finished basement, media room, gym, heated pool, fully cleared and beautifully landscaped property. Co-Exclusive. $2.25m WeB# 25170

Southampton. Completely renovated, sun-filled and ready for summer. 2 bedrooms, sleeping loft, 3-season screened porch, stunning kitchen, marble bath and outdoor dining deck. Detached 1-car garage and outdoor shower. Gorgeous gardens in the .21 acre property with room for pool. Steps to the water, minutes to bay beaches and to the Village. Exclusive. $635k WeB# 30435

Whether you’re dreaming of buying or selling in the Hamptons, work with a pro that can make your dream a reality

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Fifth Ave. Architectural masterpiece - private landing. 10 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, staff room/bath, chef’s kitchen, wood burning fireplace, library, spectacular Central Park and city views. White glove co-op and pet friendly. Price upon request. WEB# 3026433 Sharon E. Baum 212.836.1036, Deborah Grubman 212.836.1055

E 69th St. Spectacular 40’ wide, 19-room mansion exudes the ultimate in sophistication and grandeur with 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 3 powder rooms, huge windows, fireplaces, exercise room, pool and more. $114.077M WEB# 3004403 Gabriella Dufwa (m) 917.496.7272, Paul Anand (m) 917.207.7847

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Hudson St. Over 4,100 square feet to call home. Tribeca mint renovation. Spectacular loft and views. Breathtaking north, east and west exposures with water views. 2 bedrooms, 3 baths, library and office. Over 73’ of entertaining space. $13.6M WEB# 2982616 Deborah Kern 212.572.3190

Fifth Ave. 8 rooms. Mint designer renovation. Living room, library, FDR, 3 bedrooms/3.5 baths, chef’s windowed eat-in kitchen, laundry room. Best fixtures/finishes throughout. Full service white glove prewar co-op/condo rules; health club & spa. Pets OK. Co-Excl. $13.5M WEB# 2997127 Sharon E. Baum 212.836.1036

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W 11th Street. Spectacular 3,500 square feet duplex + 1,500 square feet private roof. 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath + office + staff bedroom. Soaring 19’ living room ceiling, wood burning fireplace, central air conditioning, Crestron video, Boffi kitchen, spa baths. $7.2M WEB# 3222507 Paula Manikowski 212.444.7871

E 77th St. Stunning 2,122 square feet 3 bedroom/3.5 bath designed by famed Jacques Grange. Sun flooded S/E corner exposures creates a warm and inviting setting. Perfect for those seeking the ultimate Upper East Side pied-a-terre. $6.75M WEB# 3175179 Tara King-Brown (m) 917.371.0551, Aviv Siso (m) 347.645.2607

SEARCH BY WEB# ON Real estate agents affiliated with The Corcoran Group are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of The Corcoran Group. Equal Housing Opportunity. The Corcoran Group is a licensed real estate broker located at 660 Madison Ave, NY, NY 10065. All listing phone numbers indicate listing agent direct line unless otherwise noted. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Corcoran makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. All dimensions provided are approximate. To obtain exact dimensions, Corcoran advises you to hire a qualified architect or engineer.


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W 87th St. 22’ wide, over 8,000 square foot, single family townhouse on Central Park West block designed by world renowned architect Alan Wanzenberg. 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 2 half baths, grand living room, dining room, chef’s kitchen and wine cellar. $18.5M WEB# 3075162 Meredith Verona 212.893.1759, Carrie Chiang 212.836.1088

E 77th/Madison Ave. Sprawling 4,788 SF with 5 bedroom/5.5 bath, 26 windows, mordern kitchen, dining room, library and hardwood floors. Magnificent 82’ south-facing terrace. 3 exposures with views of Central Park and NY skyline. Access to hotel services/amenities. $17.5M WEB# 2967803 Maria Pashby 212.893.1436, Louis Buckworth 212.893.1748

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Park Ave. Double living room, library, formal dining room, 3-4 bedrooms, windowed chef’s eat-in Kit, staff room, 4 baths, 2 fireplaces, washer/dryer. Highest level of design/decoration. Full service white glove prewar co-op. $7.75M WEB# 2882853 Sharon E. Baum 212.836.1036, Heather Sargent 212.848.0475

Park Ave/78th St. Living room with wood burning fireplace, prewar details, formal dining room, library, 3-4 bedrooms, 3 baths, windowed eat-in kitchen, staff room/bath. Sunny 4 exposures. White glove prewar full service co-op, pets OK. $7.5M WEB# 3013154 Sharon E. Baum 212.836.1036

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Park Ave/89th St. Beautiful 8 into 7 room home in a full service co-op. Grand scale living room, dining room, gorgeous eat-in kitchen, laundry and staff room. 3 bedrooms with baths en-suite. Mint condition. Central air conditioning and stereo. $5.65M WEB# 3133889 Heather Sargent 212.848.0475

E 73rd St. This gracious and grand prewar classic 7 into 6, 3 bedroom and 3 bath co-op, prewar details, wood burning fireplace, 9’2” ceilings, original oak floors, eat-in kitchen, washer/dryer. Open city views. Live-in super & 24hr doorman. $3.295M WEB# 3091480 Patricia Cliff 212.836.1063, Jonathan Conlon 212.508.7162

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ABODE & BEYOND Zoe Hoare’s turquoise 1965 Ford F100 pickup truck is laden with her new collection of pink and blue hydrangea fabrics from Edit. BELOW: A cashmere throw by Yves Delorme and an array of lighting found at English Country Antiques.

In Bloom ENGLISH COUNTRY ANTIQUES’ ZOE HOARE TURNS THE RIOTOUSLY GLORIOUS HYDRANGEA PRINT INTO THE PERFECT SUMMER INDOOROUTDOOR FABRIC. BY JEAN NAYAR PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC STRIFFLER

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ince moving to Bridgehampton five years ago, Australian-born interior designer and stylist Zoe Hoare has fit into her new environs as naturally as hydrangeas in a Hamptons garden. It’s a fitting analogy considering the ubiquitous blossoms feature heavily in a fun new fabrics collection from her native Australia that is destined to become a favorite this season at English Country Antiques, the furnishings and antiques venue she runs with her fiancé, Chris Mead. Designed by Hoare’s longtime friend, Sharyn Storrier Lyneham (a former editor of the Australian editions of Vogue Living and Vogue

Entertaining + Travel) the vibrant line of indooroutdoor textiles feature bold nature-inspired images based on Storrier Lyneham’s own photographs. After spotting the collection in Storrier Lyneham’s home furnishings and gift shop, Edit, on a recent buying trip to Sydney, Hoare handpicked swatches that were particularly apropos to the Hamptons and brought them back to introduce at English Country Antiques this summer. “The fabrics come in several patterns, such as leaves, hedges, and hydrangeas,” she says of

the lively weatherproof fabrics that are ideal for slipcovers or window treatments and are available by the yard or fashioned into readymade cushion covers. “Hydrangeas are so iconic out here; how could I not bring these fabrics back to the Hamptons?” Hoare specializes in finding inspiring new fabrics, many of them exclusive to English Country Antiques. Along with the biggest fabric library on the East End, the store, located inside continued on page 318

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The Jills® are a globally recognized name in luxury real estate, known for their worldwide production records, celebrity clients and headline-grabbing Miami Beach sales. But Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber are also something else: two unique, and uniquely talented, individuals.

JILL HERTZBERG & JILL EBER

“Our tagline, ‘The Power of Two’ means that you won’t just have one team in your corner, you’ll have two very knowledgeable, very connected women working individually on your behalf,” says Jill Eber. “We each have our own diverse and infuential social circles. That means our clients get twice the exposure, twice the connections and twice the real estate expertise.”

Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber each have cell-phone contact lists that read like a “Who’s Who” of A-list celebrities, sports fgures, world dignitaries, international business leaders and long-time South Florida residents. And when those connections combine with the team’s exceptional marketing strategies and extensive global media coverage, the results are nothing less than historic. In 2013, The Jills retained their status as the #1 Coldwell Banker® team worldwide out of 84,900 associates, and their $552 million in closed sales volume was the highest production for an agent team in the company’s 108-year history.

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In the process of generating $2.3 billion in real estate sales since 2005, The Jills helped move forward the entire Miami-area real estate market and elevated themselves into a sought-after brand among luxury sellers and buyers worldwide. The duo was involved in the most expensive sale in Miami-Dade County – 3 Indian Creek, which sold for $47 million – as well as the sale of the iconic Versace Mansion. And beyond leading the Miami/Fort Lauderdale real estate market and ranking as the top sales team in Florida for the past 11 years, The Jills were named the #1 team in America by The Wall Street Journal/REAL Trends 1000. “Jill and I are two very different people – I’m an avid runner and golfer, while she loves scuba diving and was a professional singer – but we have unconditional love, support and respect for each other,” says Jill Hertzberg. “Underneath that mutual admiration, though, is a friendly rivalry that drives us to excel and meet the standard the other sets, which is always a very high bar to reach!”

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continued from page 316 a repurposed potato barn in Bridgehampton, stocks an extensive range of antique furniture and decorative objects. “We have eclectic pieces filling 10,000 square feet of space here in our flagship Bridgehampton location,” she says. “And we have even more on the three floors of our building in Southampton. We bring in three containers full of antiques each year.” Among the store’s treasures are antique English oak gate-leg dining tables, 19th-century French armchairs upholstered in vintage fabrics, and Gustavian-style furniture from Sweden, which the couple collects during

buying trips together in Europe. In fact, it was during such a buying trip to London when Hoare initially met Mead. “I had a little antiques and flower shop in London, which I had just sold, and I was waiting for the new chapter in my life—and along came Chris,” she says of Mead, who originally launched English Country Antiques in a warehouse in Water Mill 30 years ago. “Before he started the company, Chris was a travel and interiors photographer, who worked for a long time with Mary Emmerling; his work was published in magazines and several books. He got into this business by accident when he got a call from

“Hydrangeas are so iconic out here; how could I not bring these fabrics back to the Hamptons?” —ZOE HOARE his brother in England, who told Chris, ‘I’ve got a container full of antiques that I’m going to send you.’” After this initial shipment of furnishings was quickly snapped up by appreciative antiques aficionados in the Hamptons, the British-born Mead gradually shifted his focus toward antiques dealing. The couple now relish their annual visits to England and France to gather fresh batches of enchanting vintage pieces to disperse to appreciative designers and display in collectors’ homes around the East End and beyond. “We stock a lot of inventory, so designers know that they can come to us to decorate a Hamptons house and walk away with items immediately,” Hoare says. “That’s rare these days, yet it’s the only way to beat the Internet when you have a bricks-and-mortar business— give your customer immediate satisfaction!” 26 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 537-0606; 53 North Sea Road, Southampton, 204-0428; ecantiques.com H LEFT:

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Southampton. Tasteful 5 ensuite bedrooms, gourmet eat in kitchen overlooks den area featuring one of 7 brick hearth freplaces. Pool house features kitchenette, bath, laundry and living room. Heated gunite pool defned by a great bluestone patio. Covered outdoor Loggia features a fabulous freplace and comfy sofas for easy outdoor entertaining. Exquisite grounds with beautiful plantings and gardens. Easy proximity to Southampton Village shopping, dining and ocean beaches.

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Westhampton. Covered mahogany porch, entry foyer, formal living room with woodburning freplace, frst foor ensuite bedroom, formal dining room, sunroom opens to Bluestone Entertainment Patio, and the heated pool. Gourmet Eat In Kitchen features professional stainless appliances, quartz countertops, shaker cabinets and laundry area. Den features powder room and second woodburning freplace, 5 bedrooms. 4 and a half baths. Estate quality gardens, immediate proximity to Westhampton Beach shopping, dining and world class ocean beaches.

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GARDEN CLUB Perfect Earth Project aims to create lawns in the Hamptons that are both beautiful and environmentally friendly.

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t the first signs of spring, my Chilean fox terrier, Moai, sheds his winter gloom by frolicking and rolling around on the lawns of Manhattan’s Hudson River Park. Inevitably, this results in an eye infection and mild rash, which happens again during the summer when we visit the Hamptons. The possibility of getting sick from lawns defeats their purpose, which is to bring us joy and make us feel at one with nature. However, “Landowners have a toxin-free choice,” says Edwina von Gal, a landscape designer based in Springs and founder of the East Hampton–based nonprofit Perfect Earth Project, which will offer

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lectures and courses in Bridgehampton this summer to teach homeowners and landscapers safe lawn-care practices. “Pesticide-free lawns are not harder to maintain.” Often, asserts von Gal, the organic movement has failed to provide conclusive supporting data for its claims, which makes it harder for people to understand the importance of pesticide-free environments. “A toxin-free lawn is easier to maintain than meeting all the pesticide protocols,” she says. “It doesn’t cost more, doesn’t look any different, and, if anything, [the lawn] is more vibrant because it is part of a complete ecosystem.”

Von Gal is adamant that “a healthy lawn starts with good soil.” Test your soil first, and add organic matter if it is compacted, i.e., the ground is so compressed roots can’t grow into the soil and water can’t appropriately drain. In early spring, the soil is saturated with water from winter snowfall, so there is no need to irrigate it. “If you see fungus, leave it alone and it will resolve itself once the days get longer and warmer,” von Gal advises. Fescue grass mixes work best on Long Island, since they are shade- and droughttolerant, requiring less fertilizer. And aerating the soil also helps roots grow stronger. continued on page 324

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EDWINA VON GAL’S NEW ORGANIZATION, PERFECT EARTH PROJECT, AIMS TO RAISE AWARENESS AMONG HAMPTONITES OF THE EFFECTS OF NONORGANIC LAWN CARE. BY PAULA DE LA CRUZ

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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE Traditional home in the heart of the Village with upgrades through-out. Open kitchen with gas cooking and breakfast bar, separate dining area, living room with gas fireplace and french doors, Three en-suite bedrooms, one car garage, and full basement. All amenities plus generator hookup. Minutes to Coopers Beach, village shopping and transportation. Exclusive | $1,399,000 | ML# 2616903 | Denise E. Rosko | Licensed RE Broker | 516.220.1230

SOUTHAMPTON Sun-filled 4+ bedroom, 2 bath home with new kitchen, stainless appliances, cathedral ceilings & fireplace. Beautiful and private lot with a 20 x 40 heated pool. Located in sought after Whalebone Landing with beach rights on Peconic Bay, tennis & beach pavilion. www.whalebonelanding.com Exclusive | $915,000 | ML# 2630362 Pam Jackson Licensed RE Salesperson | 631.384.1277 May 2014 Hamptons Magazine

HAMPTON BAYS Gorgeous Post Modern in prestigious Red Creek Ridge. Featuring a large entry, living room, great room with stone fireplace, kitchen, dining, bath & laundry room. Second floor includes master en-suite, 2 additional bedrooms, full bath & bonus room. Large and private .95 acre property with in-ground pool and hot tub. Exclusive | $749,000 | ML# 2630974 Karen A. Gil Licensed RE Associate Broker | 516.982.2034

SHINNECOCK WATERFRONT RENTAL Immaculate home with direct access to a sandy beach and overlooking the Peconic Bay. Great indoor and outdoor living with pool & outdoor shower. Inside an open floor plan, expansive kitchen, living room with fireplace & den. Upstairs a master en-suite with terrace, 3 additional bedrooms and full bath. Exclusive | July $54,000 | ML# 1163871 Denise E. Rosko Licensed RE Broker | 516.220.1230 528 County Rd 39 • Southampton • 631.283.7400 www.hamptonsrealtyassoc.com


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Hamptonite and Perfect Earth Project founder Edwina von Gal (RIGHT) promotes natural, pesticide-free lawn maintenance.

continued from page 322 A healthy lawn will naturally crowd weeds, but another safe way of controlling them is with corn gluten applications, available in the Hamptons at Country Gardens Agway (125 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 537-0007; agway.com). As an alternative, native grasses or meadows might be a better choice for some parts of the garden where it’s difficult to maintain a lawn. Mowing can also affect your lawn’s overall health. “People give their grass a military cut, way too short… leaving it with very little leaf surface for photosynthesis,” says von Gal. This leads to poor root growth, making the grass susceptible to drought. When grass starts to dwindle, owners frequently overwater, which introduces fungus, and then use pesticides and fungicides to keep the lawn from dying. Adding fertilizer that is high in

nitrogen further weakens grass by spurring blade growth without any root support. Lawns maintained with pesticides also don’t support the insects and birds that eat mosquitoes or the beneficial nematodes that control rooteating grubs, turning them into an unsustainable environment. When we start eliminating links, the cycle doesn’t function. Von Gal has been gardening since “everything was organic in the ’70s,” she says. When she went into the landscape business in the Hamptons in 1984, she found that clients wanted “perfect, not organic.” Now we are seeing the consequences of breaking the cycle of nature on our own health. According to Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, Americans use 30,000 tons of pesticides annually on their lawns. Of the 30 most commonly used lawn

pesticides, seven are known to cause cancer and 25 are irritants, according to research compiled by Washington, DC–based Beyond Pesticides. On August 23, Perfect Earth Project will hold its first major fundraising event, The Garden as Art, in collaboration with Guild Hall. Donors will tour toxin-free gardens, followed by a panel discussion with experts, and a “smart bar” with local landscape firms offering chemical-free landscape-care advice. On August 30, the artist Cindy Sherman will hold another fundraiser at her East Hampton home, with live music and a picnic on her toxin-free lawn. “You don’t have to give up your green lawn if you don’t nuke it,” says von Gal. “Creating a landscape is part of a larger living system, not a chemical war zone. Your lawn should be safe for you, your family, and your pets.” perfectearthproject.org H

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Edwina von Gal has been gardening since “everything was organic in the ’70s,” she says, and went into the landscape business in the Hamptons in 1984.

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GRAMERCY PARK, NYC | $10,900,000 | Web ID: HM0136866 This beautiful residence boasts Spectacular views overlooking Gramercy Park, huge landscaped private terrace, foor to ceiling windows, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, luxury doorman building with full hotel amenities. Michael Ives, 212.810.4956 | Tom Doyle, 212.431.2474

SOHO, NYC | $8,995,000 | Web ID: HM0136801 Brilliant light, quality craftsmanship and timeless design mingle to create a one-of-a-kind Duplex Penthouse. This 3-bedroom Loft ofers 4500± sf of interior living, 3000± sf of outdoor space & private elevator. Jeremy & Robin Stein | 212.431.2427

UPPER EAST SIDE, NYC | $7,250,000 | Web: HM0137120 Spectacular Duplex Penthouse with breathtaking river, sky and city views and fabulously landscaped wrap terrace. 4 bed, 4.5 bath prewar home has a gracious fow and huge river-facing master suite. Joshua Wesoky, 212.431.2465 | Steve Dawson, 212.810.4975

SOHO, NYC | $5,995,000 | Web ID: HM0137096 Pre-War Condo, 3,208± sf, 18-ft ± ceilings, private entry staircase and elevator. Stunning ballroom/living room flled with light and volume; original moldings and chandelier. Full-service building and common roof deck. Meg Siegel, 212.431.2451 | Shelly Shipper, 212.431.2452

CHELSEA, NYC | $5,295,000 | Web ID: HM0137065 Sun-flled West Chelsea Condo Loft. 3,033± sf of rare mammoth space, WBF & 13’± ceilings, perfect for luxurious living & entertaining. Master bedroom suite with dressing room & master bath. Doorman & Roof deck. Glenn Norrgard, 212.431.2456 | John Tenore, 212.431.2473

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UPPER EAST SIDE, NYC | $3,995,000 | WEB ID: HM0137102 Grand 6-room apartment overlooking Park Avenue. Tastefully renovated with gracious living room, formal dining room & eat-in kitchen. Two bedrooms have en-suite baths & walk-in closets. Pied-a-terres allowed. Jeremy & Robin Stein | 212.431.2427

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TRIBECA, NYC | $2,095,000 | Web ID: HM0137147 Elegant foyer welcomes you to this beautiful Tribeca corner condo loft. Expansive 1 bed/1 bath, easily converts to a 2 bed/2 bath. 10’7”± ceilings, hardwood foors. Laundry, bike storage, roof deck. Kathryn Swift | 212.810.4955


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Flowers for Philanthropy ONE OF THE STARS OF THE ARF GARDEN TOUR IS A THREE-PART PARCEL FILLED WITH HIDDEN NOOKS AND BLOSSOMING PATHWAYS. BY JAMEE GREGORY PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOSH LEHRER

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raig James Socia came to the Hamptons in 1993, as a young art director at BusinessWeek, and rented a cottage in Amagansett. Here in the East End, he met gardeners who opened his eyes to the joy of designing in three dimensions. That year, he left graphic design behind and launched his eponymous garden design firm, with one of his editors as his first client. His present work includes gardens in the English, French, Asian, and modern styles for more than 50 clients, including Jamie Drake, Dianne Benson, and Peter Wilson. “That’s what I love about the Hamptons—never doing the same thing over and over,” says Socia. “It is always a challenge to have an opportunity to create a garden unlike anything you have ever done.” continued on page 328

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A sculpted privet and a stacked-stone archway, topped with an antique garden statuary, defines Socia’s cottage garden. The surrounding beds—filled with “Indigo Spires” sage, hybrid pink cleome, variegated hosta and coleus “Dark Ruffles”— bloom all summer, along with succulents in stone planters. LEFT: Dahlia ‘Hypnotica Cherish Pink’ makes a bold statement.

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“Let each man exercise the art he knows best.” —Aristophanes

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continued from page 326 In 2000, Socia stumbled upon a half-acre plot with its original stucco Norman cottage, featuring a four-planed hip roof, and restored it. Two years later he bought the original big house, built on an acre of land, and tore it down, rebuilding the house and redoing the landscape in the French style. When the final half-acre parcel came on the market, Socia was able to buy it, rejoining the original rectangular 1920 estate with its carriage house. Socia regraded the property, dug out the back portion, installed a sunken pool and staircase, and landscaped. The entire project, which took 13 years to complete, was one of the highlights of last year’s 27th annual ARF Garden Tour “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” benefit. On display: Socia’s own taste, which runs toward the formal and flower-filled. His property is dotted with his trademark rustic twig creations—unique benches and follies, covered in flowering vines and

“That’s what I love about the Hamptons—never doing the same thing over and over.” —CRAIG JAMES SOCIA climbing roses. The big house is surrounded by formal box parterres with a pyramidal clipped yew. A summer garden sits beside the sunken pool, while in the backyard, an arbor covered with Eden and New Dawn roses announces a looser English garden, whose masses of perennials bloom from spring to fall in a blue, white, and pink palette. Pegee hydrangeas take over from August through September, surrounding the circular twig arbor, on an axis with its six main columns. At the carriage house, garden “rooms” are created by defined hedges, and Socia often sets up tables in an area studded with taxus baccata balls— a geometric study in quadrants forming a path toward a center point. This green garden surrounds silver and gray plants, like artemisia, curry, and stachys. At the back of his land, Socia keeps his work space, where he can stage plants for clients. The 28th annual ARF Garden Tour takes place on Saturday, June 21; arfhamptons.org; Craig James Socia Garden Design, East Hampton, 324-8741; craigsocia.com H

TOP LEFT: The view from the main house balcony overlooks the property, with Leland cypress, Ligustrum ovalifolium, and various hedges dividing the two acres into rooms. In the main axis stands a pleached Carpinus circular hedge under-planted with Buxus sempervirens. Flanking the sides are clipped pyramidal yews. A Chilstone obelisk is underplanted with salvia guaranitica “Black and Blue” and Ageratum “Artist Blue.” ABOVE: A Craig James Socia custom cedar bench and overhead arbor, planted with “New Dawn” climbing roses and orange trumpet vine. In the foreground, pots contain Queen Palm, pleached Brugmansia “Miner’s Claim” and Plumbago “Cape Town Blue.” LEFT: A meandering path leads to a hidden Chilstone finial, surrounded by artemisia, curry, and creeping thyme. Undulating taxus balls of various sizes and Peegee hydrangea punctuate the scene.

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“There aren’t too many places in the Hamptons that can accommodate a large boat.”

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Water mill South. Located on one of the most prestigious streets, this treasure is surrounded by homes priced at $10M and up. Seconds away from the bay with a waterview from master bedroom, gunite, heated pool and lush landscaping complete this setting. Co-Exclusive. $3.395m Web# 44584 marcella o’Callaghan m: 516.650.1610

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EAST HAMPTON, NY | 7 br, 8 ba, 3 hf ba | $12,400,000 | Web ID: 0037212 www.Customgeorgicaestate.com Bridgehampton Brokerage Dana trotter | associate Broker | 631.613.7346

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | 3 br, 2 ba | $7,995,000 | Web ID: 0056297 southampton Brokerage paul Bollo | Licensed salesperson | 631.227.4946

EAST HAMPTON, NY | 6 br, 4.5 ba | $4,400,000 | Web ID: 0037061 Bridgehampton Brokerage Beate V. moore | associate Broker | 631.613.7316 Dana trotter | associate Broker | 631.613.7346

MONTAUK, NY | 6 br, 5 ba | $3,995,000 | Web ID: 0045767 east hampton Brokerage Jennifer Wilson | Licensed salesperson | 631.907.8471 patricia Wadzinski | associate Broker | 631.907.8454

SHELTER ISLAND, NY | 3 br, 3 ba | $2,795,000 | Web ID: 1050334 sag harbor Brokerage michael F. Daly | associate Broker | 631.613.7205 robert Florio | Licensed salesperson | 631.725.6000

EAST HAMPTON, NY | 4 br, 3 ba | $2,500,000 | Web ID: 0056005 southampton Brokerage Ina Charkow | associate Broker | 631.227.4924

hamptons Brokerages southampton | 631.283.0600 | sag harbor | 631.725.6000

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EAST HAMPTON, NY | $18,500,000 | Web ID: 0056243 Undoubtedly one of the most exquisite and prestigious locations in all the Hampton’s, this 3.6+/- acre waterfront parcel on a private peninsula with 478+/- ft. of pond frontage awaits a substantial home that will maximize the panoramic views of Georgica Pond, the waves of the Atlantic Ocean and Georgica beach. Nestled on a serene cul de sac in the heart Cove Hollow Farm in the estate section. The perfect spot to site your dream house with southern and western exposures and 180 degrees of wide open views over wild grasses, fowers and estuaries to the 290+/- acre pond towards the sea. Paddleboard over to the beach for an ocean swim or foat around for sunset cocktails as you watch the swans glide by. Just minutes to East Hampton Village shopping, dining, world-class golfng, and some of the best beaches in the world.

Christina Galesi has been with Sotheby’s International Realty since 1999. Among the 46,000 sales associates across all NRT brands, including Sotheby’s International Realty, Corcoran, Coldwell Banker, ERA and Century 21, Christina Galesi ranks among the top 2% of the company’s entire sales force. With well over $250 million in sales, she focuses on selling high-end properties and

Christina M. Galesi Senior Global Real Estate Advisor Licensed Salesperson d: 631.227.4919 c: 917.969.0532 christina.galesi@sothebyshomes.com SOUTHAMPTON BROkERAGE 50 Nugent Street I Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.0600

has a history of negotiating record-breaking waterfront sales. Examples include prestigious Southampton waterfront properties with prices ranging from $18 million to $29.9 million. Having not only sold a stunning Sagaponack property with the last asking price of $14,900,000, and a celebrity home asking $9,995,000, she has recently sold over $75,000,000 in properties. Some of these properties include a Sagaponack waterfront asking $19,995,000, the prestigious John Randolph Hearst Jr. Estate asking $8,500,000, the Estate of Arthur O. Sulzberger asking $11,950,000 and Edge Of Woods Farm asking $12,500,000.

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SOUTHAMPTON, NY | 6 br, 4.5 ba | $9,750,000 | Web ID: 0056004 southampton Brokerage Lawrence g. Ingolia | associate Broker | 631.227.4931 harald grant | associate Broker | 631.227.4913

EAST HAMPTON, NY | 5 br, 4 ba | $8,850,000 | Web ID: 0037319 Bridgehampton Brokerage angela Boyer-stump | Licensed salesperson | 631.613.7345

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | 5 br, 4.5 ba | $7,495,000 | Web ID: 0056221 southampton Brokerage ann marie Deane | associate Broker | 631.227.4913

EAST HAMPTON, NY | 4 br, 3 ba | $4,350,000 | Web ID: 0046042 east hampton Brokerage ann Ciardullo | associate Broker | 631.907.8470

SAG HARBOR, NY | 3 br, 2.5 ba | $2,450,000 | Web ID: 1050348 sag harbor Brokerage michael F. Daly | associate Broker | 631.613.7205 robert Florio | Licensed salesperson | 631.613.7206

EAST HAMPTON, NY | 3 br, 3 ba | $2,400,000 | Web ID: 0045191 east hampton Brokerage rylan Jacka | associate Broker | 631.907.8475

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DREAM COMPOUND WITH OCEAN ACCESS, EAST HAMPTON 12 bedrooms, 12 baths | Web ID: 0037323 | $35,350,000 Ocean breezes await you. Rare opportunity to own 3 homes on 3 adjacent lots in a most sought after location. Two Hook Pond properties include a renovated Traditional and a single and separate cottage each on 1+/- acres. The third home is a Traditional on 1+/acres with pool and pool house. Unique ofering that truly captures the essence of a bygone era of gracious yet casual beach living.

WAINSCOTT | 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths | Web ID: 0037375 | $1,875,000

SOUTHAMPTON | 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths | Web ID: 0037172 | $3,250,000

Bright and beachy, Post Modern home is adjacent to reserve and ofers 4 +/- acres of

Tech lovers home, designed with today’s lifestyle in mind. 7,500+/- sq. ft., multiple living

privacy. Open living spaces, extensive outdoor decking, heated pool and room for tennis.

spaces, 4 freplaces, fnished lower level, 3+ car garage and too many extras to list.

WATER MILL | 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths | Web ID: 0037313 | $4,150,000

BRIDGEHAMPTON | 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths | Web ID: 1050245 | $2,875,000

This elegant property features gunite pool, pool house, tennis, and magical gardens with

Traditional home on 1+/- acre ofers multiple living spaces, screened in porch, fnished

lush landscaping in a most sought after location on 1.8+/- acres bordering reserve.

lower level, stately grounds and heated gunite pool. Close to town and ocean beaches.

ANGELA BOYER-STUMP | Global Real Estate Advisor | Associate Broker

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WATER MILL, NY | 6 br, 9 ba, 2 hf ba | $11,900,000 | Web ID: 0037008 www.watermillfarmviews.com Bridgehampton Brokerage Dana trotter | associate Broker | 631.613.7346

SAGAPONACK, NY | 1.5+/- acres | $6,250,000 | Web ID: 0045985 east hampton Brokerage Frederick Butti | associate Broker | 631.907.8441

SAGAPONACK, NY | Compound, 6+/- acres | $5,250,000 | Web ID: 0036091 Bridgehampton Brokerage angela Boyer-stump | Licensed salesperson | 631.613.7345

AMAGANSETT, NY | 4 bd, 3.5 ba | $4,995,000 | Web ID: 0045982 east hampton Brokerage rylan Jacka | associate Broker | 631.907.8475

WATER MILL, NY | 4 br, 4.5 ba | $2,995,000 | Web ID: 0056289 southampton Brokerage thomas J. rafo | associate Broker | 631.227.4940

SAG HARBOR, NY | 3 br, 2 ba | $1,100,000 | Web ID: 1050339 sag harbor Brokerage Leslie reingold | Licensed salesperson | 631.613.7203

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EAST HAMPTON, NY | $14,900,000 | Web ID: 0046265 At the end of a long gated driveway from the green of East Hampton’s famed Egypt Lane sits a private compound ofering a spacious fve bedroom main house with a heated gunite pool, har-tru tennis court, and a two bedroom guest house sited on 2 +/- acres in the heart of the estate district. This compound is a rare combination of some of the oldest trees in the village, close proximity to village shops, restaurants and ocean beaches. The main house buit in 2000 and designed by Alexander Gorlin ofers the quintessential Hamptons lifestyle with an open layout of gracious public rooms leading to broad verandas and beautifully landscaped gardens, specimen trees, pool and a tennis court centered on a 30 foot pillared pergola.

Ann Ciardullo Global Real Estate Advisor Associate Broker d: 631.907.8470 c: 516.903.0269 ann.ciardullo@sothebyshomes.com EASt hAmptOn BROkERAGE 6 main Street I East hampton, nY 11937 631.324.6000

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BREATHTAKING WATER VIEWS, DIRECTLY ON MECOX BAY | WATER MILL SOUTH Web ID: 0037411 | Price Upon Request Surrounded on three sides by Mecox Bay and Burnett Creek this elegant yet intimate house is constructed to the highest standards ofering 7 bedrooms, sunrise and sunset views from every room, dock, pool, garage and privacy. A perfect 10 all around. First time ofering.

CHIC MODERN BARN, PREMIER LOCATION | BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH Web ID: 0037408 | $16,000,000 Steps from the ocean, close enough to feel the ocean breezes, this cutting-edge 12,000+/- sq. ft. home constructed on three levels to the highest standards features an elegant façade, vaulted ceilings and massive windows creating airy living spaces that fow into the south facing landscape. New to Market. First Time Ofering.

BEATE V. MOORE | Senior Global Real Estate Advisor | Associate Broker

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WATER MILL, NY | Price upon request | Web ID: 0056234 Villa Maria is a private and magnifcent waterfront estate with stately gardens and glorious views of Mecox Bay and The Atlantic Ocean. The residence is ofered on 11+/- acres with a dock and over 950 ft. of bulk headed waterfront (additional acreage is available). At 22,000+/- sq. ft., it has 11 bedrooms including a 6-room beautifully appointed master suite, a 60 ft. living room with original fresco details and a state of the art kitchen. All principal rooms are bright, sunny, and take advantage of the panoramic water views. The outdoor spaces feature a grand 2-story portico and a large stone terrace overlooking the wide lawn and bay. There is a waterside pool, pool cabana, tennis court and a charming 2500+/- sq.ft. guest/gate house. AMAGANSETT, NY | $4,500,000 Web ID: 0056421 Set high up on a bluf overlooking Napeague Bay lies this amazing waterfront opportunity to build your dream home. Allows for 2 houses, main house on 5.2 acres, and guest house on adjoining 1.5 acres. There are permits in place for a 5000+ sq ft home and waterside pool on the larger parcel. On smaller parcel, a guesthouse and other structures can complete the compound. With over 65 ft of elevation above waterline, one can enjoy amazing waterviews across Napeague Bay and Block Island Sound.

John McHugh Global Real Estate Advisor Associate Broker d: 631.227.4916 c: 631.764.5723 john.mchugh@sothebyshomes.com SOUTHAMPTON BROkERAGE 50 Nugent Street I Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.0600

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SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $98,000,000 10 bedrooms, 12 baths, 3 half baths | Web: 0056372 Iconic Gin Lane oceanfront ofers the ultimate in luxury. Property ofers residence on 5.25+/- acres in addition to 4 buildable lots for 15+/- acres in all.

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $45,000,000 12 bedrooms, 12 baths, 3 half baths | Web: 0054117 Linden: Estate section residence with European fair. Exquisite grace and grandeur hallmark this magnifcent masterpiece with pools and courts set on 10+/- acres.

Harald Grant Senior Global Real Estate Advisor Associate Broker d: 631.227.4913 c: 516.527.7712 harald.grant@sothebyshomes.com SOUTHAMPTON BROkERAGE 50 Nugent Street I Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.0600

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BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY | $18,500,000 7 bedrooms, 8 baths, 2 half baths, 2.6+/- acres, pool, tennis | Web: 0056274

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $5,995,000 7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, 1+/- acre, pool | Web: 0056405

SAG HARBOR, NY | $13,000,000 7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, 1.15+/- acres, bayfront, pool | Web: 0056408

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $5,395,000 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, .5+/- acre, pool | Web: 0056136

WATER MILL, NY | $8,250,000 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, 1.8+/- acres, pool, tennis, dock | Web: 0055990

Harald Grant Senior Global Real Estate Advisor Associate Broker d: 631.227.4913 c: 516.527.7712 harald.grant@sothebyshomes.com SOUTHAMPTON BROkERAGE 50 Nugent Street I Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.0600

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $4,999,999 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, .95+/- acre, pool | Web: 0054005

EAST HAMPTON, NY | $7,500,000 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, 2.7+/- acres, pool | Web: 0046016


SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $36,000,000 combined or $18,000,000 each 8+/- acres, subdivided into 2 lots | Web: 0056317

WATER MILL, NY | $32,950,000 7 bedrooms, 12 baths, 2 half baths, 2.3+/- acres, pool, dock | Web: 0055971

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $29,500,000 11 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, 4.8+/- acres, pool, tennis | Web: 0056135

WATER MILL, NY | $27,500,000 7 bedrooms, 5 baths, 2 half baths, 4.5+/- acres, pool, tennis | Web: 0056162

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $25,800,000 10 bedrooms, 8 baths, 2 half baths, 3.4+/ acres, pool, tennis | Web: 0056002

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $24,500,000 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, 3.2+/- acres, pool, dock | Web: 0055333

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SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $14,250,000 10 bedrooms, 10.5 baths | Web: 0055993 Estate section, Historic elegance, 9500+/- sq. ft. 2+/- acres of expansive lawns, mature trees, and gardens.

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $15,500,000 7 bedrooms, 9 baths, 2 half baths | Web: 0056330 Located on fabulous Wyandanch Lane this substantial and stylish home is set on 1.9+/- acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and in close proximity to the ocean beach.

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SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $15,950,000 6 bedrooms, 8 baths, 2 half baths | Web: 0056384 Estate section, a long gated drive opens to this expansive 3 +/- acre estate of luxury, comfort, and privacy. Not to be missed!

SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $8,250,000 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths | Web: 0056183 Estate section, on 1+/- acre, this chic and elegant home ofers a sophisticated yet relaxed ambiance and is in close proximity to the ocean beaches.

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SOUTHAMPTON, NY | $26,000,000 5 bedrooms, 6 baths | Web: 0056228 Oceanfront, this quintessential Jafe contemporary is in one of the best locations on Meadow Lane and presents a timeless modern elegance.

WATER MILL, NY | $14,750,000 8 bedrooms, 10 baths, 3 half baths | Web: 0056105 New construction, top quality custom fnishes, extensive millwork, well designed 16,000 +/- sq. ft. on 2+/- private acres surrounded by high hedges.

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Featuring a Mediterranean-inspired menu of locally sourced fruits, vegetables, and seafood, seasoned with herbs from the in-house garden, Backyard Restaurant at Solé East offers dishes such as saffron-glazed shrimp and coriander-seared tuna from Executive Chef Larry Kolar. During the summer, the hotel also hosts Saturday pool parties and Sunday jazz brunches. 90 Second House Road, Montauk, 668-9739; soleeast.com

Delmonico’s of Southampton Est. 1837 While this East End spot is known for its prime cuts of meat and fresh seafood, chef Billy Oliva makes sure the sides are just as memorable. “In the summer, when our tomatoes ripen and the basil is growing like wildfire, our heirloom tomato salad is amazingly fresh and delicious,” he says. This season, Delmonico’s launches The Pearl, an alfresco raw bar featuring freshly harvested oysters and frutti di mare. 268 Elm St., Southampton, 283-0202; delmonicosof southampton.com

Estia’s Little Kitchen Chef Colin Ambrose is famous for his signature 2-Hour Salad that’s made exclusively with produce harvested two hours prior to being served. The on-site garden includes vegetables, fruits, and herbs; this season, chef Ambrose anticipates a

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fresh harvest of peas, radishes, arugula, tatsoi, and kale. New to the menu is the cioppino verde, a flavorful stew of fresh basil, parsley, carrots, and onions, blanched and puréed with fish broth. 1615 Bridgehampton–Sag Harbor Tpk., Sag Harbor, 725-1045; estiaslittlekitchen.com

Fresh Hamptons “For two weeks at the end of June, I was picking a dozen quarts of strawberries every evening before service,” says owner and chef Todd Jacobs about his famous strawberry-rhubarb shortcake’s key ingredient. This summer, Fresh will bring back its beloved garden salsa—using the day’s harvest of tomatoes, chilies, tomatillos, and fresh herbs as they become available throughout the season— served over the day’s catch. 203 Bridgehampton–Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 537-4700; freshhamptons.com

Harvest on Fort Pond Executive Chef Jake Williams crafts his weekly Italian family-style specials based on what’s ripe in the restaurant’s two gardens: the produce garden across the street, which grows everything from eggplants and fennel to bell peppers and jalapeños, and the herb garden on the outdoor patio, where guests can choose to dine during the summer. This season, don’t miss the eggplant pizza with roasted tomatoes and fresh ricotta; lobster cakes with tarragon and fennel slaw; and goat-cheese-

stuffed zucchini blossoms. 11 S. Emery St., Montauk, 668-5574; harvestfortpond.com

Nick & Toni’s “After months of planning, planting, and tending, it’s a very rewarding feeling to see the end result on our guests’ plates,” says chef Joseph Realmuto, who will introduce a plethora of delectable seasonal bites from his garden. Look out for a sea scallop crudo with ramp aioli, local pea vines, and Amagansett sea salt, and a shaved asparagus salad with fava beans and Grana Padano. Nick & Toni’s also hosts a weekly farmers market and recently joined the Meatless Mondays movement. 136 N. Main St., East Hampton, 324-3550; nickandtonis.com

Topping Rose House Behind the 19th-century Topping Rose mansion sits a one-acre garden that produces an array of mouthwatering garnishes. This summer, Executive Chef Ty Kotz will introduce several seasonal delights, like tuna carpaccio with garden radishes, sea beans, and Calabrian chili, as well as vegetable ragout with slow-poached Browder egg and sweet-corn agnolotti with braised leeks and Australian truffle. “Our garden allows us to harvest on an as-needed basis, which sometimes involves running out in the middle of a busy night with a flashlight,” says Kotz. 1 Bridgehampton–Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com H

TANK-TOTABLE Page at 63 Main launches an aquaponic farming system and solar greenhouse. Similar to hydroponic growing, Page at 63 Main’s new vertical aquaponic system uses water and fish in place of soil—the fish provide nutrients for the plants, which in turn keep the water clean for the fish. Tanks line the dining room wall, and once the plants have matured, they are transplanted in portable growth towers into the rooftop greenhouse, where they are eventually harvested by chef James Carpenter for his menu, as well as for the restaurant’s Back Page Café and new market. “In a decade where people are ‘going green’ and eating organic, Page is setting a new standard with ideas like a separate kitchen where only foods free from pesticides, antibiotics, and steroids may be prepared, and a sustainable food system,” says owner Joseph Traina. 63 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-1810; page63main.com

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Backyard Restaurant at Solé East

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The lobster roll at Bay Kitchen Bar, a new waterfront restaurant in East Hampton.

Bits and Bites A FIRST LOOK AT THE DISHES AND DRINKS POPPING UP ON NEW MENUS IN THE HAMPTONS THIS SUMMER. BY ERIN RILEY

BuddhaBerry

“We want guests to enjoy clean, elegant dishes that let the flavor of our fresh seafood and ingredients shine through,” says partner and Executive Chef Eric Miller about his new waterfront restaurant, which will include an open-air lounge, spacious bar, and indoor and outdoor seating areas. Stop by for delectable dishes like local fluke with mango and roasted pineapple salsa and spit-roasted Long Island duck. 39 Gann Road, East Hampton, 329-3663; baykitchenbar.com

After the success of its Montauk location, BuddhaBerry has opened a second shop in Sag Harbor. In addition to customblended frozen yogurt, vegan sorbet, and over 150 toppings, both locations will now carry certified organic yogurt and real Italian soft-serve gelato. A custom Belgian waffle bar allows customers to choose among buckwheat, organic seven-grain, buttermilk, and gluten-free batter options. 125 Main St., Sag Harbor, 668-8393; buddhaberry.com

Clam and Chowder House at Salivar’s Dock Rob Devlin’s beloved seafood spot has moved to Salivar’s Dock overlooking the harbor. While favorites like his panko-crusted fluke Parmigiana have remained on the menu, there are a few yummy additions, including a boneless pork loin with roasted sweet potato, seasonal vegetables, and cranberry-apple chutney. 470 West Lake Dr., Montauk, 6686252; clamandchowderhouse.com

Doppio East This Sag Harbor pizzeria-gelateriatrattoria is a one-stop shop for authentic Italian cuisine. The restaurant, one of the only fresh brick-oven pizza spots in town, also offers a raw bar and small plates. 126 Main St., Sag Harbor; eatdoppio.com

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Bay Kitchen Bar

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Southampton space has been revamped to include an upgraded sound and lighting system as well as chic interiors that are sure to make the spot a go-to for the stylish set. 44 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton, 212-627-1235; emmgrp.com

Fresh Hamptons Located behind Fresh Hamptons, a new gourmet shop will offer a special to-go menu featuring raw desserts as well as wraps, salads, and soups, such as the local organic sweet corn chowder with scallions and cilantro. Although the restaurant will continue with its no-reservations policy, loyalty members now have the perk of a reservationist. 203 Bridgehampton–Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 537-4700; freshhamptons.com

Hampton Chocolate Factory The bespoke chocolatier recently launched a line of artisan treats available in select stores across the East

End. “We tried to create a line of chocolates that represents the Hamptons’ unique lifestyle,” says owner Evan Gappelberg. The chocolate bars focus on savory flavor pairings like the Holy Molé—72 percent dark chocolate with an exotic blend of cascabel, ancho, and mulato chilies. Red Horse Market, 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 3249500; Hampton Chocolate Factory, 800-861-0080; hamptonchocolatefactory.com

The Harbor Raw Bar & Lounge This new raw bar and lounge includes a locally sourced American menu of seasonal small plates and family-style seafood dishes. Open for lunch and dinner, the fresh daily selections are complemented by a first-class bar program. Monday nights will feature a “dockside” dinner offering the catch of the day. 440 W. Lake Dr., Montauk, 668-8262; theharbormtk.com continued on page 360

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Honest Catering’s newly appointed pastry chef, Rachel Cronemeyer, will oversee everything sweet at Honest properties, including Nick & Toni’s, Rowdy Hall, La Fondita, and Townline BBQ. Cronemeyer crafts rustic and simple desserts that emphasize seasonal ingredients. La Fondita, 74 Montauk Hwy., Amagansett, 267-8800; lafondita.net; Nick & Toni’s, 136 N. Main St., East Hampton, 3243550; nickandtonis.com; Rowdy Hall, 10 Main St., East Hampton, 324-8555; rowdyhall.com; Townline BBQ, 3593 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 537-2271; townlinebbq.com

La Brisa

alfresco dinner that features a whole lamb roasted over an open fire in the afternoon as well as live music, table tennis, and Wölffer wines presented by the vineyard’s partner and winemaker, Roman Roth. 207 Main St., East Hampton, 324-5006; themaidstone.com

Sag Harbor Rum Founded by locals Jason Cyril Laan and Mike McQuade, Sag Harbor Rum recently released its inaugural bottles. After months of aging in bourbon barrels, the rum was lightly infused with exotic spices and flavors such as ginger, coffee, black cherry, vanilla, and walnut. Sag Harbor Liquor Store, 52 Main St., Sag Harbor, 7250054; sagharborrum.com H

Reopening this summer with a new coffee bar offering its own house brand, La Antigua, sourced from the highlands of Mexico, La Brisa serves authentic tacos and fresh seafood. Enjoy the late-night menu, which features local fluke ceviche and corn esquites with cocktails like spiked horchata, paloma, and piña and rum. 752 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-8338; labrisamontauk.com

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After the success of its East Hampton tasting room opening in February, Lieb Cellars has launched two new wine formats: three-liter boxes and 20-liter kegs. Holding the equivalent of four bottles, the boxed wines are ideal for beach days and boat outings, while the disposable and recyclable kegs (approximately 26 bottles) are perfect for large gatherings. 26 Park Pl., East Hampton, 527-5100; liebcellars.com

PERFECT TWELVE Montauk Brewing Co.’s Driftwood and Montauk Summer Ales are now available in portable, poppable sizes. Previously, Montauk Brewing Co.’s craft beers were offered only to draft accounts and the Gallery Tasting Room. Now, the Driftwood Ale and Montauk Summer Ale will be available in 12-ounce cans. “Our beers are best enjoyed during summer outings,” says cofounder and brewer Vaughan Cutillo. “We wanted to keep a simple and nautical theme, perfect for the East End.” 62 S. Erie Ave., Montauk, 668-8471; montaukbrewingco.com

The Living Room at c/o The Maidstone This stylish haunt recently launched “Scandinavian Asado,” a monthly family-style Montauk Brewing Co.’s new 12-ounce cans are perfect for seaside sipping.

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10. I must, must, must have my picture taken in front of The Eloise Portrait (psst itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the 50th anniversary!) 9. Collect all 6 limited edition signed Eloise drawings by my mostly companion, artist Hilary Knight. There are 6 of them because I am 6 years old, of course! 8. Skidder through The Plaza Food Hall and eat as many treats as I can. 7. Order room service in The Eloise Suite, charge it please! Thank you very much. 6. Visit The Plaza Boutique to see all of the mahvelous doggie gifts, Weenie loves them! 5. Host my very own birthday party in The Eloise Shop, getting bored is not allowed! 4. Attend Oh so fabulous Rawther Fancy Teas (Fridays 4-5pm)*. 3. Write letters to all my fans, #letterstoeloise. 2. Have a tea party with Nanny, Skipperdee and Weenie with my new tea set available in The Eloise Shop! 1. Ooooo, I absolutely love The Plaza!!!


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Lurk beauty boutique carries the luxury oil company Aster & Bay.

New in Town Club Monaco In its new shop, Club Monaco will offer pieces for men and women as well as a new range of home and lifestyle offerings and vintage goods. “There’s a real sense of discovery when walking around the store and finding the vintage pieces mixed in,” says CEO John Mehas. 35 Main St., Southampton; clubmonaco.com

Cruciani C This massively popular Italian accessories line opens a new boutique in Southampton, which will feature the brand’s celebrated

macramé lace bracelets in more than 50 styles and colors, small leather goods, scarves, and handbags like the new “Meraviglia” reversible tote. 28D Jobs Lane, Southampton; crucianic.com

Dabney Lee Show off your summer hosting skills with Dabney Lee’s signature home entertaining, paper, and party goods. Planners and partyers alike will relish in the bright colors and nautical prints featured at the new Shelter Island pop-up. 183 N. Ferry Road, Shelter Island, 749-9200; dabneylee.com

Joe Fresh Capitalizing on the success of last summer’s Southampton pop-up, Joe Fresh returns with an awesome array of men’s and women’s beach-chic clothing and accessories. 66 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 287-7982; joefresh.com

La Perla La Perla’s East Hampton pop-up, which celebrates the Italian line’s

60th anniversary, features the brand’s iconic undergarments, as well as a large selection of alluring swimwear. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; laperla.com

Lisa Perry Designer Lisa Perry’s new boutique— an all-white bungalow with vintage, midcentury furniture in poppy shades—stocks her

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They’re Real… and They’re Spectacular! entire ready-to-wear and home collections, as well as a new, Hamptons-exclusive beach line featuring printed swimsuits, towels, lightweight cover-ups, and beach bags. Also offered: a curated selection of Perry’s favorite summer sandals by Manolo Blahnik. 67 Main St., East Hampton; lisaperrystyle.com

Vines has opened a permanent boutique in Southampton. The new locale offers even more of the preppy lifestyle brand’s trademark array of rainbow colored ties, boldly printed swim trunks, and beachy womenswear classics. 54 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-4602; vineyardvines.com

Lurk

Zimmermann

This new green beauty boutique will not only feature Lurk’s luxurious hand-blended and poured perfume oils but also organic personal care, handmade bags, and custom modern home pieces. Look for Hamptons exclusives from favorite labels like Pollen & Wax and La Bella Figura. 22 Long Island Ave., Sag Harbor, 919-5000; lurkmade.com

A new beach-chic cottage features Zimmermann’s latest collection of elevated swimsuits and cover-ups. Expect standout designs, including a white one-piece with see-through mesh insets and spirited bikinis in leopard print, paisleys, and florals. 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; zimmermannwear.com H

Orlebar Brown London-based beachwear brand Orlebar Brown comes stateside with a Hamptons pop-up that serves as the brand’s first stand-alone US retailer. Famed for its well-tailored modern trunks, Orlebar also offers an elaborate selection of women’s and men’s après-swim apparel. 23 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; orlebarbrown.com

Orogold Cosmetics The LA-based cosmetics brand brings its ultra-indulgent skincare to the Hamptons with a new stand-alone boutique. Featuring flakes of 24k gold, Orogold offers cleansing, hydrating, and exfoliating products ideal for coastal living, including the 24K Bio-Brightening Skin Tone Moisturizer with SPF 30 and the 24K Golden Body Scrub. 13 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; orogoldcosmetics.com

Vineyard Vines After hosting a temporary summer store in the Hamptons for three summers, Vineyard

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Jewelry designer Jennifer Miller introduces a new collection of home accents. The popular East End jewelry designer is adding an eponymous lifestyle collection to her Southampton boutique. Jen@Home will include tabletop items, outside lanterns, and poufs. “I curated Jen@Home as a natural evolution to my brand,” she says. “It is a collection that matches my lifestyle. You won’t find anything in the store that I don’t have in my own home.” 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 283-9061; 55 Main St., East Hampton, 329-9061; jennifermiller jewelry.com

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At c/o The Maidstone, the botany-themed Carl von Linné Cottage features a private garden and bluestone patio.

Haute Hideaways FOR A HOME AWAY FROM HOME, CHECK INTO ONE OF THE EAST END’S LUXURIOUS HOTELS. BY ERIN RILEY

The six guest rooms at this historic inn have been lovingly restored, while the newly updated carriage house, situated in the garden, includes two bedrooms, two baths, and an upstairs loft—perfect for families looking for more privacy. For a romantic evening, enjoy American fare by East Hampton veteran Michael Rozzi at 1770

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House’s candlelit 12-table restaurant, followed by a drink at the speakeasy-style bar or by the fireplace in the library. 143 Main St., East Hampton, 324-1770; 1770house.com

A Butler’s Manor This picturesque 152-year-old Southampton inn is surrounded by lush English gardens. Each of the five rooms is named after a

European or American estate where co-owner Christopher Allen once worked as a butler, like the serene Eton Court room, which overlooks the rose garden and saltwater pool. Allen’s 20 years of experience is apparent in the manor’s attention to detail, right down to freshly picked herbs and vegetables in the gourmet breakfasts. 244 N. Main St., Southampton, 283-8550; abutlersmanor.com

c/o The Maidstone Swedish hotelier Jenny Ljungberg purchased this East Hampton landmark in 2008 and transformed it into a showcase for eco-friendly Scandinavian design. The property retains a sense of home, albeit a very luxurious one, with 19 rooms, including three cottages and seven suites. This summer, the inn will launch c/o Afternoon, with live music in the garden, crafts for

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kids, and delicious aprés-beach snacks, as well as a beach butler service, which will allow guests to enjoy organic picnic baskets on the beach. 207 Main St., East Hampton, 324-5006; themaidstone.com

The Inn at Windmill Lane Each of the three private-gated cottages at The Inn at Windmill Lane is outfitted with a gym and steam room, while the recently debuted 21 House—a lavish 3,800-square-foot, fourbedroom private residence— comes with a full gourmet chef’s kitchen, wraparound porch, grilling patio, and spa treatment room with a marble tub. Other amenities offered to guests of the 21 House include beach passes for the town and village, as well as chauffeur service. 23 Windmill Lane, Amagansett, 267-8500; innatwindmilllane.com

The Mill House Inn

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Minutes away from East Hampton’s village center, this inn is a quiet, secluded gem. The 1790 property was purchased by Patrick Lynch (an Irish immigrant who was shipwrecked off the beach of Amagansett) in 1860 and remained in the Lynch family for more than 100 years. Innkeepers Gary and Sylvia Muller bought the property in 1999 and have since restored it to its former splendor. This year the inn’s chef, Bruce MacVicar, is partnering with Balsam Farms for daily menu specials. 31 N. Main St., East Hampton, 324-9766; millhouseinn.com

Topping Rose House Topping Rose’s Roger Ferris+Partners revamp of this 1842 Greek Revival inn includes the addition of a sleek, new contemporary structure that houses three private guest suites, event space, and a spa, as well as

four adjacent cottages that include 16 private guest suites and a fitness center. Connected to the main building by a glass walkway, the new inn boasts a LEED-certified design. 1 Bridgehampton– Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 537-0870, toppingrosehouse.com H

SUITE PERKS Practice your swing and hone your stroke with Southampton Inn’s new tennis and pool membership. Situated in the heart of Southampton Village amid several acres of Englishstyle gardens, the Southampton Inn has attracted A-list guests such as Scarlett Johansson and Alex Rodriguez. This season, the inn is offering a pool and tennis membership, which comes with access to services like a complimentary shuttle to Coopers Beach and bike rentals. 91 Hill St., Southampton, 283-6500; southampton inn.com Southampton Inn’s 50-foot heated pool.

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Suzanne Randolph Eileen Rappaport Jan Rose Andy Sabin & Amy Ma Martin Shafiroff George Stephanopoulos & Ali Wentworth Susan L. Taylor Olivia White JUNIOR HOST COMMITTEE Gibran Baydoun Emma Greenberg Sarri Harper Leora Moreno Elizabeth Shafiroff Jacqueline Shafiroff MUSIC BY

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The Castle at Westhampton This miniature castle, originally built as an inn in the early 1900s, now hosts parties for children of all ages. Choose from fun themes like superhero or royal tea party, all of which include costumes, story time, puppet shows, and craft making. Older kids will enjoy the Pop Star Paparazzi Party, which comes with limousine and red carpet entrance, as well as a superstar makeover. 59D Montauk Hwy., Westhampton, 998-3620

Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre Good for younger kids’ birthdays, Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre offers a two-hour party option at their Sag Harbor theater space. Choose between the Circle Fun or Disco Party; one show, The Princess, The Frog, and The Pea, merges three classic tales while the musical adventure Puppets of

the High Seas features costumed characters alongside puppets. 4 Hampton St., Sag Harbor, 725-4193; goatonaboat.org

Hampton Kids This family fun center offers an assortment of party themes like Rock Star, a karaoke and black light dance party; the arts-andcrafts centric Nature Lovers; and Little Chefs, which includes cupcake decorating. Each package has games and bouncing castle time, plus a party hostess and goodie bags. Face painting, character appearances, and piñatas are also available. 175 Daniels Hole Road, East Hampton, 537-4614; hamptonkids.org

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The Green School Created by Art Farm founder Mari Linnman, The Green School hosts birthday parties for kids ages 2 through 10. The popular Farm Party includes art projects, pony rides, and a petting zoo. For older kids, book the Exotic Animal Show, where animal experts offer an up-close look at snakes, chinchillas, frogs, a bearded dragon, and an iguana. Sagaponack, 237-1148; the-green-school.org

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Sportime This expansive sports facility hosts day camps and offers a variety of party options for kids ages 4 and up. Pick up to three activities, including soccer, roller hockey, kickball, or tennis, for either 60 or 90 minutes of planned activity. Certified coaches and counselors ensure a safe and fun-filled time. 320 Abrahams Path, Amagansett, 267-3460; 2571 QuogueRiverhead Road, East Quogue, 653-6767; sportimeny.com

Studio Art Studio Art offers an array of craft-making parties where kids can design everything from perfume and bottles to a skateboard and sneakers. The two-hour packages include all art materials and music for dancing, as well as food and drinks; add-ons like a snow cone or cotton candy machine are also available. 670 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 998-0563, 973-670-0572; yourstudioart.com H

ROOM TO GROW This weekend CMEE launches several new exhibits as part of its $2 million Campaign for the Future. “The Campaign for CMEE will make the museum one of the most innovative children’s cultural organizations of its size in the United States and will help us expand our role as a leading resource for local families,” says Stephen Long, executive director of the Children’s Museum of the East End. A new nine-hole outdoor miniature golf course will teach physics and math concepts, while interactive exhibits will offer lessons in everything from renewable energy to mechanics. 376 Bridgehampton– Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 537-8250; cmee.org

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Harmonia Inc. As the founder and creative director of Harmonia Inc., Roxine Brown spearheads countless landscape projects from small garden installations to estate renovations. Her designs are defined by romantic hues and elaborate foliage installations. 141 Maple Lane, Bridgehampton, 537-9672; harmoniainc.com

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With an 18-acre main campus, 10 acres of growing fields, and seven acres of production facilities as well as an on-site café, art gallery, and garden shop, this familyowned company has ruled the East End’s horticultural scene for more than 30 years. The shop sells items such as 80-year-old trees, gardening products, outdoor furniture, and gardening books. 120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 537-3700; marders.com

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Peconic Lawn & Tree Care Since 2003, founder William Matters has worked to enhance the East End’s natural beauty through his lawn and tree care, grounds maintenance, landscape design, and installation services. Matters is passionate about creating “living and breathing landscapes” that provide visual harmony in every season. 1490 North Sea Road, Southampton, 283-0289; peconiclawncare.com

Ray Smith & Associates, Inc. When they aren’t busy maintaining LongHouse Reserve’s 16-acre arboretum and sculpture garden, Ray Smith and his team of five certified arborists are designing and sustaining picturesque properties all across the East End. 27 Henry Road, Southampton, 287-6100; raysmithassociates.com

Terra Design Studio Samuel Panton’s landscapes focus on merging contemporary design with sustainable and locally sourced materials that are easy to maintain. He is also the cofounder and designer of Sag Harbor Elementary School’s Eco-Walk, and his sister company, Playful Gardens, creates playgrounds for children out of natural installations.

Award-winning landscape designer Frederico Azevedo crafts modern landscapes with an aesthetic largely influenced by his native Brazil. “I focus on mixing elements that are both controlled and spontaneous in order to create a natural environment that endures,” he says. 2249 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton, 725-7551; unlimitedearthcare.com H

GLOBAL GREENS Christopher LaGuardia’s garden designs range from 30-acre estates to public spaces in China. “My team loves working on the East End,” says Christopher LaGuardia, who launched his eponymous landscape design firm in 1992. “The spectrum of architectural styles we encounter keeps our job interesting and challenging.” The company’s six-member team designed an oceanfront Sagaponack garden in the style of an exotic outdoor resort, while its award-winning plot for a Southampton home disappears within the surrounding dunes. 860 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 726-1403; laguardiadesign.com

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Sadie Kurzban is bringing her super-fun dance-party workout to The Montauk Beach House this summer. The 55-minute cardio class combines dance moves with sport drills and high-intensity interval training to the beats of a live DJ. 55 S. Elmwood Ave., Montauk, 668-2112; 305fitness.com

AKT inMotion Anna Kaiser, founder of AKT inMotion and trainer to stars like Sarah Jessica Parker and Shakira, focuses on designing classes that evolve week by week. “The only way to sustain true fitness is to feel like you’re growing, achieving, and moving toward something bigger,” she says.

Hamptons Gym Corp, 395 County Road 39A , Southampton, 2834770; 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 725-0707; aktinmotion.com

Barry’s Bootcamp Barry’s Bootcamp, which will open a second Hamptons location this summer, features hour-long classes taught by some of its top trainers. Dubbed “Barry’s Surf Shack” by partner Joey Gonzalez, the new location will incorporate the casual, somewhat nautical feel of its locale. 199 Main St., Amagansett; 352 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 537-2668; barrysbootcamp.com

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KamaDeva Yoga This season, KamaDeva Yoga introduces Foundation Training with Adam Kelinson as well as a seven-day juice cleanse program. Along with yoga classes in the Jivamukti, Ashtanga, and Iyengar styles, the yoga mecca has added a schedule of prenatal classes. 15 Lumber Lane, No. 2A, East Hampton, 604-1382; kamadevayoga.com

Minardi Training Born and raised in East Hampton, Jimmy Minardi is bringing back his popular Minardi Surfer Yoga classes at Yoga Shanti, Poe Yoga, and Mandala Yoga this summer and adding new cycling excursions as well as additional beach workouts on Saturdays. East Hampton, 680-3000; minarditraining.com

Peloton Cycle Founded in 2012 by Ride the Zone creators Marion Roaman and John Foley, Peloton Cycle has revolutionized the in-home workout by creating a bike with a high-tech screen that can stream live, on-demand classes by top instructors. This summer, Peloton opens in East Hampton and will program a variety of events throughout the season. 53 Main St., East Hampton, 745-1379; pelotoncycle.com

Ramy Brook for SoulCycle Inspired by the revitalized feeling she gets after spinning, designer Ramy Sharp recently launched a

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The Surf Lodge Montauk This summer, The Surf Lodge Montauk will host a variety of intimate group classes that include high-intensity interval training and resistance exercises as well as Muay Thai boxing. The resort will also bring back its collaboration with Pilates ProWorks in July. 183 Edgemere St., Montauk, 483-5037; thesurflodge.com H

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Gallery Couture “This summer is all about ease of movement,” says Afshin Haghani, Gallery Couture co-owner and creative director. “We are loving DWP’s slouchy pants paired with an A.L.C. top, however the must-have item of the season is the strapless jumpsuit by Haute Hippie in a python print worn with flats.” 345 Plandome Road, Manhasset, 516-627-5333; gallerycouture.com

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Gelber & Mundy carries a full selection of GIA-certified loose diamonds, bridal and fashion jewelry, and men’s accessories. The boutique is also an authorized dealer of 19 major watch brands, including Baume & Mercier and Longines. 5 Bond St., Great Neck, 516-482-1585; gelbermundy.com

Dr. Stephen T. Greenberg For a noninvasive approach, check out Dr. Greenberg’s complete skincare line, Cosmetic Surgeon in a Jar. “Another avenue to consider for

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Katherine Tess Katherine Tess Fine Jewelry offers Tess’s own contemporary custom designs as well as a curated selection from Dodo and Roberto Del Meglio, among others. Look for the fun and funky watch collection, originally created for Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue. 1355 Old Northern Blvd., Roslyn, 516-621-0955; katherinetess.com

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London Jewelers Stop by London Jewelers’ shop-inshop, Two by London, to learn more about diamonds and precious metals at the interactive kiosks. Then try on London’s wide selection of rings before designing your own statement piece for summer. Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-918-4200; londonjewelers.com

NuBest Salon and Spa To combat the climate, owner Jamie Mazzei advises growing out your layers. “Longer layers are an ally in the fight against frizz, ” he says. “Embrace your hair’s natural style. Scrunch it up at the beach or put it up it in a casual ponytail or messy topknot.” 1482 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, 516-627-9444; nubestsalon.com

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Remodel your wardrobe with celebrity-approved looks from Singer22. “One of the pieces we love for the upcoming warm-weather season is the shawl-collar blazer from Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent,” says Singer22 owner Jon Singer. “Worn with classic black and white or with peachy neutrals, the beautiful pinkleaning coral color instantly activates the eye and warms up your look.” The boutique also

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THE PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM Led by Toby and Itzhak Perlman, The Perlman Music Program celebrates 20 years of bringing the best in classical music to the East End.

C L A S SI CA L C O L L A B O RATI O NS : YO UNG A RT ISTS AN D M ENTO RS P E RF O RM C H AMB E R MUSIC

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JUNE 7, 2014 / 6:00 – 8:30 PM EAST HAMPTON, NY COCKTAILS, HORS D’OEUVRES, AND A CELEBRATION OF THE HMI YOUNG PEOPLE Event Co-Chairs: Bobby Graham Brendan Monaghan Alfredo Paredes

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS IN THE HAMPTONS

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Save the Date: Saturday • August 2

DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH GALA at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center

WELLNESS FOUNDATION’S

Summer Benefit Saturday, June 21 at a Village residence on Hook Pond

6-8 p.m. • East Hampton

VEGAN HORS D’OEUVRES

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DINNER

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The Hampton Classic Horse Show August 24-31, 2014 8 Days of Premier Show Jumping & the Highlight of the Hamptons Social Season For more information, please visit www.hamptonclassic.com info@hamptonclassic.com Hampton Classic Horse Show, Inc. 240 Snake Hollow Road PO Box 3013 Bridgehampton, NY 11932 Clockwise: Photos courtesy of Lenny Stucker, Claudia Parks, Priscilla Degan


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Benefit Chairs Michael Halsband, Rima Mardoyan & Ann Pogue-Campbell and Honorary Chair Dorothy Lichtenstein For ticket information, go to www.pphp.org or call Jenifer Van Deinse at (631) 240-1128


Come for a Night YOU will NEVER Forget! 18th Annual

Hamptons Heart Ball JUNE 28, 2014, 6:30 p.m.–11:30 p.m.

On the grounds of the Hayground School 151 Mitchells Lane – Bridgehampton, NY

Cocktail Hour • Live & Silent Auction • Dinner & Dancing • Mystery Box Sponsored by Zoland Honorary Chairperson: JULIAN LENNON • Produced by: Sean Dalton, Ocean Productions Live Music by That 70’s Band • Performance by Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin • DJ Cash Special Appeal by NY Giant, MARIO MANNINGHAM, Super Bowl XLVI Champion Catering provided by Elegant Afairs • Live Auction by Christie’s Dress Attire: Chic Cocktail • ’70s Inspired • Glitter & Sparkle Reservations Required

Signature Sponsor: Event Sponsors: New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center • East End Cardiology/Winthrop-University Hospital • Arnie & Paola Rosenshein Stony Brook University • Eastern Sufolk Cardiology • Weill Cornell Cardiothoracic Surgery • Bridgehampton National Bank Mr. & Mrs. Bert & Meredith Cohen • The Derfner Foundation • Ocean Productions • Tao Downtown The Charles Evans Foundation • MaryAnn Zacharia

Media Sponsors: Austin & Williams

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Event Co-Chairs: DR. KARL & KRISTA KRIEGER

Distinguished Service Honoree: LEONARD N. GIRARDI, MD O. Wayne Isom Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Attending Cardiothoracic Surgeon, New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center

Distinguished Leadership Honoree: SAMUEL STANLEY JR., MD President Stony Brook University

Heart Hero: ARNOLD ROSENSHEIN

Emcee: RITA COSBY

After Dinner Party Chair: ROCCO ANCAROLA

Jr. Heart Hero: CRISTINA CIVETTA

Open Your Heart Chair: PAOLA BACCHINI ROSENSHEIN

To purchase tickets and more information, please visit: HAMPTONSHEARTBALL.HEART. ORG or call Rosanne Goodman at 516-450-9162 or email Barbara.Poliwoda@heart.org.


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WARM SUMMERS IN THE HAMPTONS ARE PERFECT FOR CRUISING THROUGH TOWN WITH THE WIND IN YOUR HAIR. BY DIANA FRANK

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feel it hitting my face as I drive. The glare of the summer sun reminds me of how special the light is on the East End. It changes from morning to evening and throughout the seasons and is best captured in these kinds of convertible moments. Photos like this evoke such a feeling of nostalgia for me—the magic of dreamy filtered light, late-summer breezes, and the smell of an old muscle car. Sometimes I have to pinch myself and remember how fortunate we are to call the East End home. H

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DIANA FRANK

his is my family’s go-to car all summer long. My husband and I load it up with our children to head to the beach, or we drive—just the two of us—aimlessly around town on Sundays in the fall. Some days, I enjoy an early-morning cruise by myself, traveling along the Hamptons’ winding roads, listening to my favorite music, watching the sun filtering through the tops of old-growth trees, dancing softly on all that is beneath their canopies. When I look at this image, I can smell the fresh Hamptons air and almost

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THE PENINSULA AT NORTH HAVEN POINT Sag Harbor. Heroic sunset views are just the prologue to the story that describes this masterfully constructed gated waterfront manor offering panoramic vistas in a privileged setting. Meander along 650 ft. of direct shoreline and through 2 secluded landscaped acres enhanced by an additional 3 acres of contiguous waterfront property preserved for all eternity. Watch ships set sail from a 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; infnity edge heated Gunite pool with spa framed by broad stone patios and lush lawn and landscaping. Navigate its 7000 sq. ft. of living space exquisitely detailed and meticulously maintained that includes double height entry over richly stained wood foors that fan out to include formal living room, sunroom with freplace and an intimate library with freplace that will quickly become a favorite haunt to peruse your latest tome while enjoying that post prandial cigar. Entertain effortlessly with large eat in gourmet kitchen by Robert Bakes servicing the formal dining room. A guest suite, powder room and a three car garage complete the frst foor. Upstairs the master wing with freplaced sitting room and private balcony is joined by 4 additional bedroom suites including a featured guest master bedroom with sitting area and balcony. The expansive basement with 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ceilings, deep window wells and plumbing roughs awaits a new owners imagination. Manage your estate from anywhere with a Control 4 system. Community tennis courts are only a short stroll away. With a vast liquid backdrop and copious amenities, this singular residence could become your own personal waterfront resort. Call for your own private tour today. Co-Exclusive. $14.99M WEB# 12787 Gary DePersia 516.380.0538 gdp@corcoran.com | Danielle Wilson 631.377.6682 dwilson@corcoran.com

Southampton to Montauk...Sagaponack to Shelter Island The Hamptons for Buyers, Sellers, Renters & Investors Gary R. DePersia Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker m: 516.380.0538 gdp@corcoran.com

Real estate agents affliated with The Corcoran Group are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of The Corcoran Group. Equal Housing Opportunity. The Corcoran Group is a licensed real estate broker. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding fnancing is from sources deemed reliable, but Corcoran makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. All dimensions provided are approximate. To obtain exact dimensions, Corcoran advises you to hire a qualifed architect or engineer. 51 Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937


Exclusives By Susan Breitenbach

STUNNING GEORGICA PONDFRONT East Hampton | 2 Acres | 242â&#x20AC;&#x2122; of Georgica Pondfrontage | South of the Highway | Cul-de-sac Location | Permits in place for 10,000 SF+/- Home with Waterside Heated Pool Co-Exclusive. $14.995M WEB# 6363

16+ ACRE HORSE FARM

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Bridgehampton | 16.18 Acres | 12 Stall and 15 Stall Stables | 248x320 Outdoor Riding Arena

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Bridgehampton | 1.4 Acres | Sout of the Highway | Waterfront

Exclusive. $4.5M WEB# 08275

Exclusive. $3.995M WEB# 15182

Exclusive. $2.995M WEB# 08140

Plans in place for 9,000 SF+/- Home

Real estate agents affliated with The Corcoran Group are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of The Corcoran Group. Equal Housing Opportunity. The Corcoran Group is a licensed real estate broker. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding fnancing is from sources deemed reliable, but Corcoran makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. All dimensions provided are approximate. To obtain exact dimensions, Corcoran advises you to hire a qualifed architect or engineer. 1936 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton NY 11932


SPECTACULAR OCEANFRONT COMPOUND East Hampton | Oceanfront | 3 Acres | 8,000 SF+/- | 8 Bedroom | 9.5 Bathroom | Finished Lower Level | Heated Gunite Pool | Beachfront Bunglow | Pool House | Har-Tru Tennis Co-Exclusive. Price Upon Request WEB# 26532

Ranked by the Wall Street Journal #2 Broker Nationwide in 2011 and #12 in 2012; making her the #1 Hampton’s Agent 2011 & 2012 Corcoran’s #1 Hampton Agent 2008-2012 Visit SusanBreitenbach.com to view more sensational exclusive Hamptons real estate

Susan M. Breitenbach

Lic. Assoc. R. E. Broker m: 631.875.6000 smb@corcoran.com


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