Fashion

Winterfest: Live on the Vine Opens Next Weekend

Winterfest Live on the Vine returns for its ninth year this weekend This award-winning festival is a five-week, mid-winter music and wine festival, running...

Maternity Style Made Easy

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.

Lenor Larsen Honored with Design Awards

LongHouse Reserve founder and legendary textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen was presented with the Director’s Award by the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Addō Sag Harbor Brings, Joins and Inspires

“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.

Donna Karan Departs Label to Focus on Urban Zen

Last week, iconic fashion designer Donna Karan announced she would be leaving her fashion label, Donna Karan International, and will devote more time to...

Personal Stylist Sisters Open Boutique “For Every Girl” on Southampton’s Jobs Lane

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.

Kidshop: What’s New in Children’s Fashion

By Anetta Nowosielska On par with getting root canal or inching along the L.I.E. during any given rush hour, shopping for your children with...

A New Wave of Village Fashion

Rash of clothing stores set up shop in Sag Harbor By Marissa Maier When Dee Clarke opened her women’s fashion and accessories...

Spring Fashion Forecast

By Anetta Nowosielska Having recently experienced the Mercedes Benz Spring 2011 Fashion Week up close and personal, my attitude towards the trade that is as...

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Before The Dots: Exploring Roy Lichtenstein’s Early Years at the Parrish

Both inside and outside of the art world, Roy Lichtenstein is a household name, widely recognized as one of the pioneers of Pop Art. The prevailing narrative has been that Lichtenstein came out of nowhere when he burst onto the Pop Art scene in 1961, rising to prominence along with other household names like Andy Warhol. But the truth is that Lichtenstein was a well-established artist with an impressive body of work long before delving into the art form that would make him famous.

SummerDocs’ Second Summer Showing: ‘The Lost Leonardo’

A damaged painting of Christ goes to auction and is sold for just over $1,000. A few years later, after a restoration, examination by experts, and a blockbuster exhibition, the painting sells for $450 million, making it the most expensive painting ever sold. The story of that painting, the “Salvator Mundi,” painted by Leonardo da Vinci (although some dispute its provenance), is told in “The Lost Leonardo,” screening as part of HamptonsFilm’s SummerDocs series at Guild Hall on Saturday, July 24.

Montauk Film Festival Back for Second Year: Q&A with Founder

After its debut in 2019, the Montauk Film Festival (MFF) is back with a full slate of films, Q&As and other events. For one week, July 25 to August 1, across six venues and five categories, several films comes to Montauk in a big way. Recently, Jason Ferrante, MFF’s founder and executive director sat down to talk about the festival, the mission behind it and Montauk itself.