June 25, 2013 | by JEFFREY SLONIM | Talk of the Town
Howard Stern and Beth Ostrosky at the Get Wild! Summer Gala
While revelers relished cocktails with a scenic view, the benefactor of Sunday's Get Wild! Summer Gala at Chuck and Ellen Scarborough’s gracious Southampton estate was the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons, savior of injured and endangered wild animals on the East End.
June 24, 2013 | by Sharon Feiereisen | Style & Beauty
Trish McEvoy opens her first brick-and-mortar store this Saturday in Southampton.
Officially opening its doors this Saturday (June 29), the Trish McEvoy Southampton shop marks the brand’s first brick-and-mortar outlet. “I’ve always loved the way the casualness of the Hamptons complements the intensity of my beloved New York,” says brand founder/Hamptons regular Trish McEvoy, adding that when it came to picking the location her priority was a place with a neighborhood feel. >>Read More
June 24, 2013 | Style & Beauty
Curve x Jenni Kayne custom brocade d’orsay flat ($550).
Nevena Borissova has come a long way from her self-professed humble beginnings. Opening her first boutique in her early 20s, the savvy businesswoman and owner of Curve celebrates her brand’s 15th anniversary this summer with limited-edition collaborations at the Sag Harbor store.
Among our favorite items is a lightweight Borsalino hat ($395) ideal for strolling Main Street in style; it pairs perfectly with paisley Jenni Kayne d’orsay flats finished in a glistening silver hue (shown). Thoughtful partnerships with an impressive roster of established and cutting-edge designers, such as Thierry Mugler, Viktor & Rolf, Raquel Allegra, and Erickson Beamon, produced provocative yet refined pieces that will shine as conversation starters during dinners at East Hampton Point. After all, nothing pairs with lobster better than a little Curve x Pamela Love silver. 8 Main St., Sag Harbor, 725-0275
June 21, 2013 | by andrea correale | At Home
Use simple striped tablecloths in classic black and white, then add a pop of color with gorgeous sunflowers from your local farmer’s market. Warm your table up with amber-colored votive candles and add height with long fresh bread sticks for your guests to snack on until the appetizers come out. >>Read More
June 21, 2013 | by cait rohan | Style & Beauty
In honor of Hamptons magazine’s 35th anniversary, we’re taking a sartorial look back on Hamptons styles of yesteryear every Friday.
Beth Ostrosky celebrates her birthday and Hamptons magazine cover on July 16, 2005.
Here, Beth’s ethereal summer dress looks like it would keep a wearer cool on even the hottest of Hamptons days and nights, while Howard’s long shirt is similarly easy-breezy. Both boho-luxe looks can go from day to night, and we love how Beth keeps the summer vibe going with gold accessories and minimal makeup.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DJAMILLA ROSA COCHRAN/WIREIMAGE