Dr. Valerie Steele, director and chief curator of the museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology will explore the question, “Is fashion art?”
There’s no shortage of designer brands and boutiques on the East End, but for children’s clothing, there are few options for stylish yet youthful clothing.
Tisha Collette opened her first boutique in Southampton offering luxury designer fashions in a styled setting that looked like anything but second hand.
Collette Home, the home furnishings arm of Collette Luxury Consignment, celebrated its grand opening on Saturday at 2231 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton.
The Parrish Art Museum will feature speakers from several fields giving rapid-fire presentations about living creatively on the East End.
LongHouse Reserve celebrated the start of their 26th season with a Winter Benefit honoring husband and wife architectural team Tod Williams and Billie Tsien.
Atlantis Banquet and Events, part of the Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center in downtown Riverhead, will host its annual Bridal Showcase this month.
Pierson High School students engaged in a fashion workshop funded by the Donald E. Reutershan Trust, in collaboration with LongHouse Reserve.
Celebrating its upcoming 85th season, East Hampton’s Guild Hall hosted its annual Lifetime Achievement Awards Dinner on Tuesday, March 8, at the Rainbow Room in Manhattan.
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Necessity is often the mother of invention. That was certainly the case with Shelley Suh when she set out to return to work after giving birth to her daughter, Cybelle, six years ago. Having been employed in the fashion industry for well over a decade, Ms. Suh knew there weren’t many good sartorial options for nursing mothers.
LongHouse Reserve founder and legendary textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen was presented with the Director’s Award by the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
“Thought went into this,” said Ms. Bredau. She raised her children in East Hampton, and back then, she said “there were many mom-and-pop shops,” now there is little she can find there for her family. “I lost my town overnight, it is criminal,” she said.
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It’s been a hard few years for mom-and-pops on the East End, with rents continuing to increase and more and more money coming in from out-of-town. But next month, when sisters Cara and Lisa Rooney hold the grand opening of their new boutique in Southampton, it’ll be a small win for family businesses.