Traditional farm crafts, including blacksmithing and sheep shearing, were on display during Southampton Historical Museum's Harvest Fair, as part of Southampton SeptemberFest. Visitors could also meet a variety of Long Island Livestock Company animals and browse through antiques.
Southampton SeptemberFest - "a modern harvest of fun with music, dance, food, history, art and much more" - brought several exciting activities to the Village during the weekend long fall festival.
BOMB Magazine partnered with the Parrish Art Museum to present a reading at artist Toni Ross’s large-scale installation, Permanent Transience, on the grounds of Marders in Bridgehampton. Candace Bushnell, Bob Morris, Jacqueline Weld, and Greg Hedberg were among event speakers.
A collection of locally based big trucks made their way to the Children's Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton for the 2nd annual Big Truck Day. The event celebrated the assortment of vehicles "that keep the East End moving" - like a cement truck, tow truck, dump truck, emergency vehicles, pay loader, 18-wheeler cab, food trucks and more.
HarborFest brought Whaleboat races, live music, old fashioned children's games, raffles, local eateries and many more exciting happenings to Sag Harbor during the weekend long community event.
The Boardy Barn's raucous crowd was traded for philanthropic community members when Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation hosted its 7th Annual Benefit at The Boardy Barn in Hampton Bays.
Parading in our pastel hats and summer dresses under the VIP tent at the Hampton Classic Horse Show Grand Prix, it seemed as though summer would never end. And yet, the next morning, we were escaping hurricane warnings and contemplating our Fashion Week wardrobes. For us, summer ends when the $300,000 Grand Prix prize, presented by Longines, is awarded (congrats to winner Richie Moloney (IRL) on Carrabis Z, owned by Equinimity, LLC) and the great hike — searching to remember where we parked — begins. Goodbye white jeans. Winter white is just around the corner.
Housing Works and Brian Kelly of The Points Guy teamed up for Labor of Love: The Hamptons - an end-of-summer soiree at a private residence in East Hampton that supported Housing Works’ efforts to end the AIDS epidemic in New York by 2020. The evening included a sultry burlesque performance from Dita Von Teese, music from DJ Lina, passed bites and specialty cocktails from Wölffer Estate, Ketel One and Don Julio.
Martha Stewart, Debbie Harry, Isaac Mizrahi - who served as Master of Ceremonies - Kim Cattrall, GE Smith, Blythe Danner, Kyle Maclachlan, Suzanne Vega, Rufus Wainwright, and Frederica Marchionni came out to support Edwina von Gal and The Perfect Earth Project's Third Biennial Family Picnic and Concert. The event - which advocated for toxin-free lawns nationwide - was held at Cindy Sherman’s East Hampton property.
Guests including Donny Deutsch, Rosanna Scotto, Chris Burch, Stefani Greenfield and Meryl Poster joined Jill Martin for a Farewell to Summer Soiree at her Southampton Home. The sunset lawn party toasted to the launch of the G.I.L.I. Fall Collection, designed especially for QVC, presented by Chateau d'Esclans.