Summer is officially here, and we are looking for someone to join our team full time out East and help us run our Hamptons site. Are you obsessed with the trends happening every summer in the Hamptons? Do you know the difference between a Hampster and a Hedgester? Are you a good writer and manager? Do you know where this photos was taken? Then you are probably a great person to man this summer site. We will be interviewing people all week long in NYC, if you think you're a fit, email email@example.com telling us why.
The weather outside was, well, frightful, but that didn't stop people from celebrating the first official weekend out east. From the Hamptons Magazine's Memorial Day launch party with Brook Shields to Lorenzo Martone's dinner at The Surf Lodge, Mike D at Ruschmeyer's, and DUJOUR in Bridge, we were WORN OUT after this long weekend. Check out our roundup of the best events last weekend.
This weekend, the NYTimes posted a story on how the Hamptons Beaches are loosing their exclusivity. What could be the main cause? Was it the new Cannonball express train service? The day drinking allowed on the beaches? The abundance of sharehouses sprouting up each year? Probably all of the above, but the sun isn't the only thing driving out these Hampsters and share-housers in thrones. Everyone knows that a majority of these folks are flocking out east to try to find their summer flings, and that usually happens when the sun goes down. This weekend, we got our first taste of Hamptons Nightlife and it was pretty sweet raunchy. From Day & Night's day champagne-ing to Pink Elephant's raucous return, this weekend's parties proved that there will be no shortage of Hamptons activity - from early morning to, well, the next early morning - this summer. Dive into summer with these photos, featuring everything from DJ sets to debauchery along the dunes!
This week, the NYT confirmed one of Hamptons residents’ suspected fears: their exclusive coast is overcrowded. According to the piece, hoards of sand-seekers are trekking to the Hamptons and settling in at private summer spots like Amagansett's Indian Wells Beach (pictured above). We even got a shout-out! More»
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Today in East Hampton, the flag stood at half mast as we honored those who have dedicated their lives for our freedom.
We've been seeing the white shoe trend on the feet of some of our favorite street style stars as of late, from Miroslava Duma to Giovanna Battaglia. But for those of you who aren't ready to let go of the old saying, "no white after Labor Day," then have no worries, because Memorial Day is finally here. Click through for some inspiration on how to start wearing the footwear trend this weekend. More>>
We're all about the sounds of summer, which is why we'll be bringing you some of our favorite tunes all season long. Follow us on Spotify for everything from beach party playlists to jingles for a long Jitney ride. Today, the first edition of our Friday Far Out East playlist, meant to get you in the mood for summer before you reach your weekend destinations! More»
Memorial Day weekend is finally here and we're more than ready for warm weather outfits. Check out some summer pieces that will keep you looking cool this season! More>>
The Hamptons season officially kicks off this weekend, and some of your favorite artists are getting ready to pack up and hit the L.I.E. (or at least fly over it on a seaplane). As you tune into summer, we're here to tell you where to go and who to hear!
We like to think of the Hamptons as an escape from the city. But while we can live without street sounds and even skyscrapers, we have a lot more trouble staying away from shopping. That's why we're rounding up the latest designers opening up shop out east! From Missoni's Southampton Home Store to Jack Rogers' East Hampton shoe shop, here are some stops to put on your Memorial Day weekend shopping list!
Thursday, June 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.