Donna Karan welcomed Christie Brinkley, Alexa Rae Joel, Bruce Weber, 50 Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson, Harvey Weinstein, and Dick Cavett to her East Hampton home for a screening of The Weinstein Company's Tulip Fever in support of The Sag Harbor Partnership's Sag Harbor Cinema restoration efforts.
One of the world's most prestigious equestrian events has returned to Bridgehampton. The 42nd annual Hampton Classic Horse Show debuted to a star-studded crowd that included Mary Kate Olsen.
Rosé Season hosted the 2nd annual Rosé Rehab in the Hamptons at Topping Rose in Bridgehampton. The rosé filled Hamptons soiree brought out Summer House stars Lindsay Hubbard, Lauren Wirkus, Kyle Cooke, Carl Radke and many more, who also enjoyed hand-crafted cocktails from Gin Lane 1751.
Very few people are in favor of killing dogs and cats. Our pets are our "best friends." We feel their personalities, minds and souls. But, until the mid-80s, animal "shelters" weren't the safe havens for animals the name connotes. "Fast forward to today and Best Friends is a major national organization leading the no kill movement," John Bradham told the group that had assembled in his modern, ocean front Amagansett home for a party co-hosted with Jean Shafiroff to raise awareness for that charity. Thanks to the movement they helped start, the number of animals killed yearly has gone from 17 to two million. Best Friends seeks to get that number down to zero by 2025.
Anne Hearst McInerney and Jay McInerney hosted a Hamptons fête for Amanda Hearst and Hassan Pierre's Maison de Mode. The summer soiree brought out Nicky Hilton Rothschild, Eric Ripert and Sandra Ripert, Georgina Bloomberg, Nicole Miller, Sharon Bush, and many more.
Over 50 rising tennis stars (and their cheering sections) gathered at Hampton Racquet, ready for some fierce volleys, during the 2017 Hampton Cup Junior Tournament. The charity tennis event supported Project MOST, who was celebrating the debut of its new "Give a Student the MOST" initiative.
The weekend before the US Open, American tennis stars John Isner, Sam Querrey, Steve Johnson and Reilly Opelka attended a private event at the Penthouse Suite at The Tuscany - A St Giles Signature Hotel - that supported the non-profit organization New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL). Through its Hotels with Heart charity, St Giles Hotels partnered with NYJTL to welcome young teenagers from the program, who had the chance to meet the pro tennis players, and even play a few rounds of table tennis with the US Open competitors.
Philanthropist Jean Shafiroff signed copies of her book, Successful Philanthropy: How to Make a Life By What You Give, as part of the Southampton Village End of Summer Shop-a-Thon in support of the Southampton Animinal Shelter Foundation (SASF).
Attendees gathered at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill for an evening of dining, dancing and fun, and a special performance from Kool & The Gang.
East End filmmaker Tin Ojeda screened his surf movie Free Jazz Vein at Johan Kugelberg's Boo-Hooray Summer Rental Gallery in Montauk. Ojeda commemorated the viewing with a limited edition Free Jazz Pizza t-shirt for guests.