All posts tagged "hamptons"
True Life: I’m a Tortured Interior Designer
How does a renowned decorator of the East End’s most affluent residents put up with his high-maintenance clients? One frazzled tastemaker anonymously sounds off on the obsessive behavior, blown budgets, and unwelcome advances that make his blood boil. Do you prefer being called an interior decorator or designer? Designer, of course. Good to know. What’s
Wanderlusts, Vol. 7: Jasmine Tookes’ Model Journey
For Jasmine Tookes, the IMG model and Victoria’s Secret Angel, the magical waters of Bora Bora are the perfect complement to her weekends in the Hamptons. What inspired your adventure in Bora Bora? I went there on one of my first Victoria’s Secret jobs about five or six years ago. I was only there for
Net-A-Porter and MR PORTER Partner with Blade
Net-A-Porter and MR PORTER are partnering with Blade to “instantly” heliport merch to the East End this summer (NYC denizens already enjoy same-day delivery year-round). To kick off the partnership, which begins today, the e-tailers are offering a Hamptons Getaway Kit for a cool $1,400, which includes two one-way Blade tickets to the Hamptons and a selection of summer travel items. Also
Shop Talk with David Chines of Sag Harbor’s Copious Row
We caught up with Copious Row’s David Chines as the Sag Harbor haunt heads into its second summer season. He gave us the dish on his newest Greenwich digs and where he can be spotted on the East End… How did Copious Row come about? Being in the industry and having exposure to so many designers and brands,
Wanderlusts, Vol. 2: Alberta Ferretti
From Cape Town to Cap Ferrat, the fashion crowd’s vacation spots are the stuff of dreams. Alberta Ferretti’s yachting adventures are legendary, but for this intrepid traveler, the blue seas of the Mediterranean are only a starting point. How did you spend your summers as a child? I was born and raised in a small seaside
True Life: The Secret Life of Hamptons Teenagers
What’s the difference between a teen who spends the entire year in Westhampton versus an Upper East Sider who’s been weekending in East Hampton since the toddler years? The Daily Summer recently grilled two (anonymous) high school students from vastly different tax brackets to find out everything possible about the secret life of the East
Wanderlusts, Vol. 1: Espadrille King and Soludos Founder Nick Brown
From Cape Town to Cap Ferrat, the fashion crowd’s vacation spots are the stuff of dreams. For Nick Brown, founder of footwear phenomenon Soludos, travel is all in a day’s work. Luckily, he’s got enough shoes for every possible adventure. Have you always had wanderlust? Ever since I can remember. My father traveled the globe as
The Daily Wonders…Where Are You Heading This Summer?
The South of France or Southampton? The Daily polls the chic set about their larger-than-life summer plans… Diane Kruger “I’m working in the South of France. Straw hats and lots of rosé—what more do you need?” Norman Reedus “Costa Rica. I’ve been going there quite a bit. Andrew Lincoln, who’s on The Walking Dead with me, taught me
Airborne Angst! What Drives These Jetsetters Batty?
Even the most seasoned travelers still struggle to stay sane in the plane. The Daily wonders: What drives you batty at 30,000 feet? “Lighting and bad food.” —Donna Karan “Snoring when I’m trying to sleep. Or if someone wakes me up when I’m sleeping!” —Miranda Kerr “Having to put my bag in the overhead compartment instead of
New In Town: Jean-Georges Heads to the East End
At last! As one of the world’s buzziest chefs, Jean-Georges Vongerichten has dominated the New York food scene with ABC Kitchen, The Mercer Kitchen, and Perry Street. To the delight of food lovers everywhere, he’s now making his mark on the East End at Topping Rose House. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GIORGIO NIRO Welcome to the Hamptons,