July 22, 2013 | by Keri Glassman, MS, RD, CDN
Flywheel's intense spin classes are sure to kick your summer routine up a notch.
Midsummer is prime time to stay active and maintain your beach body, so instead of taking your leisure up a notch, rev up your exercise routine with a challenging spin class at Flywheel. This isn’t just any old spin exercise—Flywheel is filled with climbs, descents, sprints, and steady-paced jogs accompanied by energizing music that keeps every class far from boring. And all the bikes are adjustable to your measurements, so your workout fits you like a glove (don’t worry, no engineering degree needed, the instructors will take care of the tweaks for you).
July 22, 2013
Monica caftan by Two ($360) available at Tomas Maier.
Offering a well-edited assortment of sun hats, sandals, and swimwear, Tomas Maier’s upscale East Hampton boutique is a discerning East Ender’s dream. Not only does Maier (currently the creative director of Bottega Veneta) stock his shop with womens- and menswear from his namesake label, but there are also beach-bound, woven Sensi totes, Ray-Ban sunnies, and colorful K. Jacques sandals galore.
Introducing a new label to the location this summer, the boutique welcomes ikat caftans from Two, a Brooklyn-based clothing line founded by Monica Patel-Cohn. Sourcing handwoven sari fabrics from India, the designer crafts vibrant, one-of-a-kind caftans in hues ranging from pastel pinks, aqua, and cerulean to neutrals like oatmeal, white, and heather gray.
July 19, 2013 | by cait rohan
In honor of Hamptons magazine’s 35th anniversary, we’re taking a sartorial look back on Hamptons styles of yesteryear every Friday.
Elizabeth Hurley and Denis Leary at the 2001 Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge.
Bridgehampton Polo is back this weekend and it's going to be a scorcher, so we looked back at past photos for some fashion advice. This 2001 snapshot of Elizabeth Hurley and Denis Leary at the Opening of the Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge in Bridgehampton embodies Hamptons summer styles we'd wear to stay cool.
While we'd suggest ditching Hurley's high-heels for something more comfortable and flat, you can't go wrong in an easy-breezy floral sundress and sunglasses when the temperatures soar. Leary also hits his mark in a light-hued, summer-appropriate suit.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY THEO WARGO/WIREIMAGE
July 19, 2013 | by SARAH LIEBOWITZ
Shoppers walking by Coach’s boutique on Newtown Lane will notice many changes to the East Hampton mainstay. Outside, new details include eye-catching black awnings, while the interior showcases more modern displays of Coach’s curated selection of handpicked accessories. One such addition is an exclusive beach collection of leather goods, neoprene pouches (ideal for housing a wet swimsuit or keeping electronics safe and sand-free), hats, and Coach x St. James beach towels that Coach will continue to evolve throughout the summer.
July 18, 2013 | by Sheri Winter Clarry
Test your skills with stand-up paddleboard yoga taught by Jessica Bellafatto. (image via)
I'm frequently asked about my favorite things to do on the North Fork, and my answers almost always revolve around the water. Whether you prefer the Great Peconic Bay or the Long Island Sound, you can get to both in minutes. Here's how I recommend spending the day.