Hamptons

  • Ashley Baker | July 8, 2015

    MaxMara’s Maria Giulia Maramotti On Escaping To Sardinia

    Another morsel from The Daily Summer: As MaxMara’s U.S. director of retail, Maria Giulia Maramotti spends most of her days in New York City. But when she needs an escape, she hits the open water to go sailing—usually around Sardinia, where she spends her summers.  Where did you vacation as a child? Ever since I

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  • Ashley Baker | July 7, 2015

    Shoshanna Gruss: The Bathing Suit Beauty

    Straight from the pages of The Daily Summer…fashion impresario Shoshanna Gruss makes some of the best bikinis on the market—all of which she test-drives on the beaches near her home base in Sag Harbor. Now a brand ambassador for Elizabeth Arden and a collaborator with Club Monaco, Gruss’ singular sensibility is finding an audience far beyond

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  • Paige Reddinger | July 6, 2015

    Monica Botkier On Her Bridgehamtpon Summer Escape

    Another morsel from The Daily Summer! For accessories designer Monica Botkier, weekends at her family’s three-pronged home in Bridgehampton are an opportunity to live the good life.  How long have you been coming to the Hamptons? Since I was 11. My best friend’s family had a home on Shelter Island’s Shell Beach, and I spent the entire

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  • Sydney Sadick | July 6, 2015

    Ben Watts’ 13th Annual Shark Attack Sounds Bash

    On Thursday, a chic set gathered for a killer beach bash at Gurney’s Montauk Resort for photographer Ben Watt‘s annual Shark Attack Sounds. The shindig, which originated as an annual beach party hosted by Watts for his closest crew of pals every Fourth of July weekend, has since evolved into a highly-anticipated get together full

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  • Eddie Roche | July 6, 2015

    True Life: I’m A Rich Kid

    Here’s a gem from the pages of The Daily Summer: How does a 10-year-old boy among the blessed 1 percent spend his days on the East End? We grilled a precocious (and anonymous) East Hampton progeny to get the scoop on credit cards, chores, and his intriguing media diet. You’ve been weekending here your entire life.

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  • Ashley Baker | July 6, 2015

    Love Lessons With Elle’s E. Jean Carroll

    Who understands summer’s most delicious activities better than  E. Jean Carroll? Straight from the pages of the July Fourth issue of The Daily Summer, Elle’s storied advice columnist gives us the scoop. When it comes to summer love and romance, you’re an authority. This summer, we should all go relive our favorite summer of all time.

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  • Eddie Roche | July 2, 2015

    From The Daily Summer: Lindsay Ellingson’s Total Splash

    For the past decade, Lindsay Ellingson has been spreading her wings as a Victoria’s Secret Angel. Now, she’s trying her hand as an entrepreneur with her new launch, Wander Beauty. What were you summers like growing up? I grew up in the desert in California, so it was hot—like 110 degrees. We would go to a

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | July 2, 2015

    The Daily Wonders…What’s YOUR Beach Read?

    Fresh from the pages of The Daily Summer: We quizzed a slew of chicsters about summer reading musts. We asked, you answered!  Lela Rose: “I have 18 books sitting on my bedside table! I’m still reading H Is for Hawk, and I also just read Just Mercy. My stack is really just way too large.” Jemima

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | July 2, 2015

    Milly’s Michelle Smith And SoulCycle’s Stacey Griffith’s Dance-On-Tables Playlist

    A beat-blasting morsel from The Daily Summer: Milly’s Michelle Smith and SoulCycle master instructor Stacey Griffith paired up on “Stacey G. + Milly,” a line of 12 cheeky T-shirts with Griffith’s greatest sayings from her sold-out classes. Fetch yours at Milly’s Hamptons and NYC stores… 1. “Keep Calling (Javi version),” by Niko Noise 2. “The Way You Move,” by

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | July 2, 2015

    Is Summer Over Yet? With Jill Kargman

    Summer isn’t all roses and rosé—at least according to Jill Kargman, author, creator, and star of Bravo’s Odd Mom Out. Is summer really as great as it seems on Instagram? People filter and tweak and crop, and you can’t see their sweat or smell their BO. There’s a pernicious side to trying to project perfection

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