On Independence Day, locals and visitors alike (clad in red, white, and blue) gathered along Main Street and Jobs Lane for the annual Southampton Village 4th of July Parade.
Guild Hall celebrated Fourth of July weekend with a performance from The Beach Boys. The concert was followed by dinner at a private Hamptons residence.
Attendees gathered in the VIP Lounge at the 8th annual ArtHamptons for the chance to mingle with featured artists during Meet the Artists Reception, presented by Hamptons.com. The evening included a live graffiti art performance by British street artist, Dom Pattinson, specialty cocktails from Balls Vodka, tasty treats from Lucy’s Whey, and a silent auction benefiting Southampton Cultural Center.
Kristina Lindhe, Creative Director and Founder of Lexington Clothing Company and Interior Designer Anthony Barrata hosted a kickoff for their interior designer collaboration, Anchors Aweigh, at the Southampton Lexington Clothing Company store. A portion of proceeds from the evening benefited Group for the East End.
The 8th annual ArtHamptons, produced by Hamptons Expo Group, kicked off during an Opening Night preview for Black Card Holders and VIP guests. Proceeds from the evening benefited the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation and Guild Hall. This year's fair was held at a private estate in Bridgehampton.
The Surf Lodge hosted a brunch for The Parrish Contemporaries Circle (PCC), who was celebrating four years of Parrish Road Show, the Parrish Art Museum’s offsite creative exhibition series that features emerging and established artists. PCC Steering Committee members James Salomon and Whitney Fairchild organized the event, which was hosted courtesy of The Surf Lodge owner Jayma Cardoso, with special arrangements by Head of VIP Services Randy Scott.
As we carve out our slices of paradise here in the Hamptons, it's easy to forget that what we love, we could be destroying. Every new development or McMansion, every outdated septic tank unsettles the delicate balance of land and wild life that brought us here. And so, in 1972, to address the unbridled land grab, the Group for the East End (G4EE) was born.
Every summer, Jean Shafiroff and Sequin host a cocktail and shopping soiree at the design studio's Job's Lane store to benefit the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation.
Douglas Elliman Chairman Howard M. Lorber and Julie and Edward Minskoff co-hosted a kickoff cocktail reception for the Parrish Art Museum's Midsummer Party at the Minskoff’s art filled residence in the Hamptons. The event was underwritten by ArtElliman, an ongoing initiative which includes sponsorship of the Midsummer Party on Saturday, July 11th and "Andreas Gursky: Landscapes," which opens at the Parrish on Sunday, August 2nd.
The Nature Conservancy hosted their summer benefit, An Evening on Georgica Pond, at the East Hampton home of Priscilla Rattazzi and Chris Whittle. Proceeds from the evening will be used to develop and implement stronger water quality standards and to protect and manage Long Island's rich environment of wetlands, bays, harbors and forests.