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Over the weekend it seemed art played a large influence from a Grey Area and Pace Gallery event to a weekend long celebration at ArtHamptons, the 300th Opening at the Bego Ezair Gallery and of course the Parrish Art Museum's annual benefit bash was a hit, the Empire State Pride Agenda hosted their annual Hamptons Tea Dance where LGBT pride was abundant, Samantha Yanks didn't let the rain ruin her Hamptons Magazine clambake and plenty more! More»
Isn't it just embarrassing to show up wearing the same Hervé Leger as every other girl in the room? An easy way to solve that issue is to put down the bandage dress and spend some time browsing through the racks of the various vintage, consignment and thrift shops that can be found from Southampton to Montauk. From places that strictly carry vintage jewelry to shops housed in old warehouses, just take a chance this summer and stand out a little. Plus, I think a girl's most important asset should be her vintage tee shirt collection anyways. More»
I was going to write a post on the noticeably growing number of topless girls on the sands of Ditch Plains Beach. "Toplessness is contagious" claimed a friend this past fourth of July weekend in Montauk. And, as the growing number of female "counter-culturalists" bared all, unable to be outdone by their hipster peers, she seemed to have a solid point. We discussed the trend in length, as this conservatively-raised Midwesterner became more and more intrigued. However, a bigger trend began to emerge. Bigger than bare breasts!? Yes. More»
From hamptons.guestofaguest.com: This weekend, DJ Paul Sevigny took on Montauk with this new hip young DJ friend of his on the left. They were responsible for providing the tunes for the Melet Mercantile store opening. The store, filled with art and vintage clothing among other things, is right up our alley. MORE>>>
Thursday, May 23
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.