7 New Bedroom Design Trends Hitting the Hamptons This Winter

Winter in the Hamptons means it’s time to pack up the beach bags, enjoy the calm-after-the-summer storm, and most importantly, swap out your beachy decor for some more seasonally-suitable options. If you’re looking for some winter decorating inspiration this season, check out these 7 new design trends hitting the Hamptons this year.

1) High-end bedding

Before we can discuss any bedroom accents, we have to start with the main event: the bedding. In the Hamptons, life is all about relaxing, recharging, and looking your best. So, having bedroom furniture that promotes your best rest is essential! Here are some of the hottest trends you can expect this season.

  • Mattresses designed for athletes can help ease soreness, aches, and pains, allowing you to recover more quickly and get back to your active lifestyle.
  • Copper memory foam pillows help regulate your temperature even as the heat’s blaring during the cold New York winter.
  • Weighted blankets are great for stress and anxiety relief for those who have trouble getting to sleep after tossing and turning throughout the night.

2) Warm winter accents

Just because the winter’s crisp and cool doesn’t mean your home has to reflect the exterior. Bringing in some cozy design accents can make your abode feel like a holiday haven, whether it’s your full-time residence or just a vacation home. Here are a few ways you can brighten up your household this winter season.

  • Ambient lighting: Adding some warm lighting is a simple way to bring warmth and light into your home, even during the coldest months of winter. Switch out some of the lightbulbs in your house with soft white bulbs for instant, festive ambiance. Top it off with a natural light alarm clock to bring some natural-like light into your bedroom during those dark winter mornings.
  • Seasonal candles: Bringing in natural winter scents from the outdoors is another easy way you can create a relaxed, festive feel in your bedroom. Vanilla, cinnamon, and pine candles are all wonderful scents to choose from.
  • Colorful textiles: When it comes to finding accent pieces for your bedroom, you’ll be seeing a lot of handmade colored textiles in the Hamptons this year. For winter, think warm colors like maroon, oranges, and contrasting greys. Add a knitted throw into the mix for a cozy finishing touch to your winter bedroom.

3) Seasonal florals and plants

Many people associate plants and floral designs with the summer, but there are plenty of plants that thrive in the winter, too. Not only do these small details add interest and beauty to your home decor, but certain plant varieties also cleanse the air and can even boost your mood! Some popular winter plants and flowers include:

  • Snake plant
  • Bromeliads
  • Peace lily
  • Spider plant
  • Zebra plant

4) Elegant wallpaper

If you’re really looking to switch your design up this year, wallpaper is a fun (and temporary) way to redesign your room. For winter, you’ll want to go for either neutral or darker designs that incorporate seasonal flowers, trees, or perhaps even a festive winter scene would set the mood for the season.

5) Mid-century boho themes

The mid-century theme has been around for awhile, and in the Hamptons, it’s here to stay! Wood and acrylic furniture are both great choices to help you achieve the mid-century look and colorful accents like persian rugs help bring the whole look together with warm colors and organic patterns.


6) Faux fur

From social wear to holiday decor in the Hamptons, faux fur is definitely a staple. In your bedroom design, you can incorporate faux fur with rugs, bedding, accent furniture, and more. Whether you’re going for a comfy cabin vibe or an elegant winter estate, faux fur fits in with just about every winter style.

7) Natural accents

Speaking of cabin style, adding natural elements like wood, rustic metals, and faux taxidermy into your bedroom decor can create a perfect balance between Hamptons beach house and a Berkshire mountain hideaway.

Wrapping Up

As you phase out your fall wardrobe and summer decor, use these tips to help you create the ideal winter wonderland you’ve been waiting for all year long!

Where to Celebrate Halloween on Long Island & in NYC

Whether you choose to spend Halloween in NYC or on Long Island this week, you are sure to stumble upon a scary good time. This week is already off to a great start with plenty of dinner specials, ghoulish cocktails, and fright-filled parties. With plenty of opportunities to wear your costume all week long, below are our favorite spots to celebrate Halloween across Long Island and in the city.

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Hamptons Fashion Week

Hamptons Fashion Week 2019 took place on main street in Bridgehampton, Sunday July 21st in the afternoon at the Bridgehampton Museum. The event showcased fashion, fashion designers, beauty products, entertainment, food and drinks. The designers showcased new brands and trends, some of which have never been seen before. Guests were greeted with music, white tents, colorful booths, and beach balls.

The booths represented Pura Vida Vitamins, Get Buzzn, BeautyPearlSkincare, Hampton Coffee, and Fedora Lounge. There were also complimentary vegan manicures from GHL Nails. Pura Vida Vitamins gave out free vitamin bags, and there were many booths with snacks and drinks for all of the guests to enjoy.

As the event went on, models showcased designer pieces for all to see. Some of the designers were Cesar Galinda, Hanh Merriman, Karnit Ahaoni, and Ellender. Some pieces were colorful and unique, and others were more casual and relaxed. The models stood next to a Ferrari and Maserati while showing off the designer pieces, both being auctioned off for the event.

Fashionistas sipped, strolled and shopped a plethora of luxe brands such as Get Buzzn, Michelle May New York, Dottie Bean Bags, Pura Vida Vitamins KVO Collection, J.Hilburn, Neelah Cashmere Scarves, Bobby Roache Eyewear, Crescala Showroom Guests will then Shop the Runway in exclusive pop up boutiques from KVO Collection, JHilburn, Neelah Cashmere Scarves, Venture Mom Handbags, Bobby Roache Eyewear, and Crescala Showroom.

An industry meet and greet with The Life’s a Beach Collection was a LIVE installation with Celebrity Designer Cesar Galindo including Kimora Lee Collection with runway models from Social-New York surrounding sleek white Ferrari’s at 3pm hosted by DCG Media Group which featured an array of colorful, flowy resort wear.

Sponsors included Pura Vida Vitamins, The Experience Auto Group, Rodney Strong Vineyards, Fedora Lounge, New York Beach House Catering Events, Poppin Patties, Beauty Pearl Care , Blow Bar and other lifestyle brands.

Images courtesy of Hamptons Fashion Week and Sarah Jannazzo

The fashion show was very enjoyable to watch and gave guests a look at the newest fashion trends. Proceeds went to The Ellen Hermanson Foundation, which supports breast cancer healthcare and those affected by breast cancer on the East End of Long Island.


8th Annual St. Barth Hamptons Gala

On Saturday, July 20th, Charlotte McKinney hosted the 8th Annual St. Barth Hamptons Gala presented by Social Life and Escada. The sparkling event took place at the Bridgehampton Historical Museum, and a portion of the proceeds benefitted the museum.

Over 700 guests gathered and enjoyed gourmet hors d’oeuvres, champagne and specialty cocktails by Lessings. Revelers danced the night away to the upbeat sounds of DJ Lee Kalt, and perused and bid on the exciting items in the Go Charity silent auction. The venue was beautifully set up, under white tents with couches and tables as well as artwork on display. As it got darker, the gala also had colorful lights beneath the tent, creating a fun environment.

Escada Models

Attendees included Dr. Stephen Greenberg, Dr. Shawn Sadri, Martin Pepa and his wife Paige, Nicole Noonan, Tatum Peacock, and Janel Tanna.

At the St. Barth Hamptons Gala, there was an open bar with champagne and special cocktails, along with hors d’oeuvres for everyone to enjoy. All of the guests were socializing, taking photos, and dancing the night away. The music was perfect for the event, the venue was breathtaking, and the atmosphere was unbeatable. It was such an energetic crowd, making the gala more enjoyable. Everyone was a huge fan of the open bar, and many gathered there to hang out and chat throughout the night. The hors d’oeurves were delicious, especially the dessert!

Devorah Rose and Charlotte McKinney // Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com

The event was presented by Escada who showcased their newest collection on models who were elevated on risers throughout the event. It was sponsored by Social Life, Diageo, Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, Kimimi Swimwear, Crown of Light, and Go Charity.

Coming of age in the era of social media and reality TV, Charlotte McKinney is among a generation known for their chameleonic ability to adapt and reinvent to remain relevant and cutting-edge. In her cover story, Charlotte talks with Social Life about her love of the Hamptons, her favorite beauty treatments, modeling versus acting, her philanthropic passions, and more.

Inaugural Edmiston Charity Chukka In The Hamptons with Polo Icon Nacho Figueras

On Saturday, August 17th, Edmiston Yachts and polo icon Nacho Figueras hosted the first annual Edmiston Charity Chukka, presented by luxury destination Amaala, at the Ashkenazy family estate in Water Mill. Supported by Feadship, NetJets, Hublot, de Grisogono, Overfinch, Berkeley Travel, Zang Toi, and other venerable partners, benefitting Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. Continue reading

WTHN Acupuncture at Rejuvenation Health

Image Credit: WTHN

Rejuvenation Health, set in the heart of East Hampton Village, is a wellness center that focuses on ancient healing practices, specifically taking a unique approach to medicine, where it connects oral health with our overall wellbeing.

Inside the wellness enter is an opportunity for individuals seeking optimal health and wellbeing to renew “the life-force within” through an integrated practice of biologic dentistry, medicine, beauty and wellness. There is also an apothecary that offers an array of products and supplements including brands like CAP Beauty, Nutrafol, Revitin oral care, and WTHN, as well as beauty products from Shiva Rose, Dr. Loretta and CAMPO. High-quality CBD from Plant Alchemy is also available for purchase. There is also an outdoor meditation space, perfect for silent reflection before or after a treatment.

I came in to the center for the first time last week to receive my very first acupuncture treatment with WTHN Acupuncture’s Dr. Shari Auth. I was extraordinarily pleased with her professionalism, attention to detail, and her soothing and tactical approach. After my first acupuncture treatment with Dr. Auth, I would highly recommend the treatment and overall experience at Rejuvenation Health. I also received a cupping treatment, with the entire session lasting forty minutes. Acupuncture is completely painless and did wonders to my body.

I had been having upper back discomfort because my two children love to ride on my shoulders all the time, and I also had acupuncture for relaxation, digestion, de-stress purposes. After the treatment and even now almost two weeks later, the discomfort is completely gone and I feel so at ease. I already look forward to coming back to the wellness center and trying their other signature therapies and treatments.

The REVIV Clinic is also located inside Rejuvenation Health. Step inside to get REVIV’d in the Hamptons with the choice of five signature IV therapies and four vitamin injections. Their IV therapies are designed to help you feel your best and deliver a blend of hydration, vitamins, antioxidants and electrolytes that your body needs. Pick from hydration, wellness, beauty, recovery and our deluxe IV therapy for the complete IV wellness boost.

Images of Vanessa Gordon taken by Dr. Shari Auth

Additional treatments at the center include Emsculpt body contouring, hyperbaric oxygen, BioMat infrared therapy, LED light therapy, longevity medicine, and biologic dental services as well as guest lectures, and yoga. Dr. Gerry Curatola, the center’s lead practitioner and owner, plans to integrate the Center’s offerings into his dental treatment plans beginning in January 2020.

Shari Auth is practicing at Rejuvenation Health in East Hampton for limited days throughout the month of August. Call to book your appointment or it can be booked through the MindBody App. Rejuvenation Health currently is open Wednesday-Monday (closed Tuesdays) beginning at 10am.

https://www.rejuv-health.com // 631-907-2400

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Foundation’s 61st Annual Summer Party

On Saturday, August 3rd, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital hosted its 61st Annual Summer Party under air-conditioned tents in the fields at Wickapogue Road and Old Town Road in Southampton. The renowned Summer Party is the largest fundraising event in the Hamptons and this year benefited the Jenny & John Paulson Emergency Department. All proceeds raised from this year’s event will help to sustain Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s Emergency Department, which is open 24/7 year-round for residents as well as visitors and summer guests. Continue reading

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Celebrates 50 Years of Woodstock with Beachstock

With the golden anniversary of the Woodstock Music and Art Festival upon us this month, tributes are popping up all over the country to celebrate 50 years of the iconic rock concert. The concert was billed as “three days of peace and music” in 1969. The East End is joining in the celebration with a live music event being held at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, dubbed Beachstock, on Friday, August 16 at 7pm. Continue reading

Blu Mar Restaurant in Southampton

One of the newest restaurants on the Southampton scene is Blu Mar, a Mediterranean seafood restaurant that marries pristine, wild seafood from Atlantic, Pacific and Mediterranean waters, caught or flown in daily, with seasonal ingredients, harvested locally and at their peak. The vibrant interior offers guests a stylish and comfortable experience while dining outside on their front patio invites guests to a peaceful garden setting in the early evenings and a more upbeat vibe during the latter part of the evenings on the weekends.

It must be complimented right away how top-notch the service is at Blu Mar. When my family came in to dine during a weekday evening in July, our waiter went above and beyond in not only recommending his favorites but why he recommended certain dishes and how those dishes would be presented. Since we were undecided on so many choices because everything looked so tasty, our waiter made the smart suggestion of bringing out multiple starters to split first and then decide upon our main courses based upon the first course.

During our dining experience, we ordered the following:

Halibut Ceviche: cilantro, onion, lime, jalapeño potato ($21)

Cold Asparagus Soup: crème fraîche, crab, mache ($17) note: mache is a European salad green.

Citrus Salad: orange, grapefruit, marcona almonds, pistachio, fennel, olives, and evoo ($18)

Bavette al Nero di Seppia: with squid ink and romesco sauce ($28)

Wild Alaskan Salmon: young potatoes, blistered tomatoes, charred green onion ($46)

Skirt Steak Chimichurri: fingerling potatoes ($43)

Moroccan Spiced Carrots: feta and mint ($15)

The restaurant also has a “simply grilled” section served with a choice of sauces, as well as pastas and vegetable sides. The wild Mediterranean and American seafood are grilled whole and deboned, unless otherwise requested.

There is also a sensational caviar service served with buckwheat bilinis and crème fraiche, and mezze plates to share. Mezze plates include burrata, marinated feta and olives, and Mediterranean hummus. All of their pastas are made in house and are cooked to order.

Each plate truly went above expectations, my personal favorite was the asparagus soup that was so refreshing and creamy and that fresh taste of asparagus was both a burst of color and flavor, very appealing. The warm carrots with feta and mint also complemented both the salmon and steak perfectly. Squid ink pasta is so delicious, I always love ordering it every time I see it on the menu, and this was definitely a winning dish at Blu Mar. We also appreciated that our waiter came over very regularly to bring us more water, check in to see how we were enjoying our food, and was always at attention, as were the other staff members.

Dinner is served Sunday-Thursday from 5-10pm, and Friday and Saturday from 5-11pm. Happy Hour is served daily from 4-6pm.

https://www.blumarhamptons.com // 631-488-4570

New Healthy Start Menu at The Surf Lodge

One of my favorite places to be during the East End’s summer season, The Surf Lodge in Montauk, recently debuted their new ‘healthy start’ menu that perfectly aligns with their newly opened wellness center, The Surf Lodge Sanctuary.

The new healthy fare menu is for those who want to wake up and feel good about what they eat and be able to continue the day with plenty of energy and motivation. The menu is perfect for before or after a morning workout and is diverse with its offerings for vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores alike.

Image courtesy of The Surf Lodge

Culinary Director Shaun Hergatt and Head Chef Robert Sieber have developed new menu selections featuring a variety of healthy bites like the Almond Chia Pudding, the delicious Matcha Bowl, Brooklyn Waffles (ingredients actually brought in daily from BK), Mexican Baked Eggs and more. There is also a selection of enjoyable toasts such as the Ricotta Toast with orange blossom honey, hazelnuts, mint, and pink peppercorns. 

Guests can also pair their healthy breakfast with one of their raw juice selections, a fresh roasted cup of Bluestone Lane coffee, or even a cocktail from the new cocktail menu, featuring some of the classics and new favorites. 

Header photo and image directly above is courtesy of Sam Hillman Photography

When we visited The Surf Lodge this past weekend to try the new ‘healthy start’ and ‘down the middle’ menu for the first time, we ordered the following:

Almond Chia Pudding: fresh fruit mint, toasted almonds ($12)

Farmer’s Breakfast Bowl: organic grains, broccoli, spinach, sunny side egg ($19)

Brooklyn Waffles: local strawberries, rum-mascarpone, maple syrup ($20)

East End Burger: Wagyu beef, white cheddar, special sauce, pickles, onion, French fries ($24)

Grilled Local Vegetables: romesco sauce, lemon ($10)

This is the type of menu you could enjoy almost every weekend, paired with beautiful views of the lake. And with all that is happening The Surf Lodge this season, there is always something to do at the property.

Additional menu items worth noting are the Peekytoe Crab Toast with paragon aioli, tobiko, chives, toasted sourdough; and Mexican Baked Eggs, chorizo, squash blossoms, and tortillas.

Image courtesy of The Surf Lodge

Click here to book a table. The brunch menu is currently available on weekends from 11am-2pm. Parking for non-guests is at the railroad station just across from Montauk Manor.

http://www.thesurflodge.com/restaurant/ // 631-483-5037

The 2nd Annual Hamptons Interactive Influencer Brunch

On Saturday, July 20th, Vanessa Gordon of East End Taste hosted The 2nd Annual Hamptons Interactive Influencer Brunch (#HIIB2019) at The Maidstone in East Hampton. The invitation-only event, produced by Sean Koski and Brian Kelly of Ticket2Events, brought together influencers, actors, actresses, philanthropists, and personalities for a brunch filled with interactive activations in food, beverages, wellness, beauty, fashion, and accessories.

A portion of the proceeds went to benefit Bideawee, one of the first no-kill animal rescue centers in America, with focus on their Westhampton rescue center. Vanessa is adopting a cat from Bideawee with more information and updates to follow on social media in the coming weeks.

Hamptons Luxury Liner transported the notable influencers, celebrities and NYC based personalities to The Maidstone Hotel. The brunch featured many interactive stations and onsite sponsored activations. The influencers’ favorite activation was Millstone Flowers ‘make and take’ station that let guests create their own floral arrangements from locally sourced and handpicked flowers straight off their luxuriously oversized flower cart.

Attendees of #HIIB2019 were also treated to various dining options including the famed CIPRIANI who provided a wonderful selection of stationary cold hor d’oeuvres like Roasted Yellow Beet with Pistachio Crust and Mascarpone, Fresh Crab with Cucumber, Tartine with Beef Carpaccio, Bruschetta with Tomato and Basil, and Oven Dried Tomato, and Black Olive Baguette with Ricotta di Buffalo, Porscuitto, Asparagus, and Goat Cheese Roulade.

Stationary dessert mignons included Fruit Tarts, Chocolate Tarts, Lemon Tarts, and Vanilla Cream Puffs; Assorted Cookies; and Giant Driscoll Strawberries dipped in Bittersweet Chocolate.

Guests sipped from an endless supply of beverages adorned with Acrylic Sticks like LaCroix Sparkling Water, Hamptons Rosé from Cellier Wines Distributing, Brew Dr. Kombucha, Eternal Water and Boxed Water. An ice cream station provided by Serendipity 3, and energy boosting ice cold Life Aid beverages were also available for guests to enjoy in the lush outdoor garden. 

Love Love Edibles and Rawmantic Chocolate served raw, vegan, and organic chocolates and cakes and gifted guests a selection of chocolate bars, truffles, and custom cakes for the event. 

Guests shopped for the cause at pop-ups from ReeMat Designs and Amy Zerner who donated a portion of proceeds to Bideawee. A beauty bar featured complimentary products and touch-ups from Intoxicating Beauty, Alina Cosmetics, Sylveco USS, and Skyn Iceland. 

Mary Sabo educated guests on the power of doTERRA essential oils and created custom blends for guests to take home. Amy Zerner and Monte Farber gave guests live readings and showcased their clothing and accessories collection. Photo opportunities were endless including a raffle where guests could enter to win a Life Proper satchel and a popular swing set the Maidstone Hotel was installed just for this event. 

The 2nd Annual Hamptons Interactive Influencer Brunch was well attended by a range of influencers including celebrity youth activist and recording artist Meredith O’Connor, Real Estate Broker Eric Goldie, Actress Melanie Chandra, Nutritionist Liana Werner-Gray, and Tinkerbelle The Dog. Tinkerbelle was rescued from a shelter by owner Sam Carrell in 2012. 

Actress Leesa Rowland, and Cara Woodhouse of Cara Woodhouse Designs were the special guests. Rowland was spotted purchasing a necklace from Amy Zerner’s jewelry collection at the event. Rowland is also an animal rights activist, as well founder and president of Animal Asham.


Upon their exit, guests received an oversized tote from One Kings Lane stuffed with luxurious products like jewelry from Kendra Scott and CBD bath bombs from Onyx & Rose, and delicious treats sourced like Tiny Tate’s Cookies, SeaSnax, Vegan Rob’s, Mamma Chia, and Bare Snacks.  

Participating Brands Included: Acrylic Stick, LaCroix Sparkling Water, CW Distributing, Brew Dr. Kombucha, Eternal Water, Boxed Water, ReeMat Designs, Intoxicating Beauty, Sylveco USS, Skyn Iceland, Life Proper, Cipriani, Tate’s Cookies, Life Aid, Millstone Flowers, and doTERRA.  

Photography by Getty Images/Johnny Nunez and Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com.

St. Jude Hope in the Hamptons 2019

The fifth annual St. Jude Hope in the Hamptons event was held on Saturday, July 13th at the outstanding horse training and boarding facility known as Pinnacle Farm in Water Mill. This year’s Honorary Chair was none other than Georgina Bloomberg, the equestrian and philanthropist who was thankful to all the supporters that came out to attend the exciting yet important event.  The evening raised over $393,620 to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, which is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other diseases.   

This year, the benefit gala featured a world-class horse jumping competition as the sun slowly lowered over the course during the cocktail hour.  Over 500 guests were served champagne and rosé wine as they watched the puissance and six bar jumping contest.  Later, under a beautifully decorated tent everyone enjoyed a fabulous buffet dinner featuring grilled salmon, roasted chicken, steak and salads. Many guests danced to a live band anda live auction was led by auctioneer Pat Tully.  There was also a silent auction that included beautiful items from Tiffany jewelry to an Hermés scarf, a Diane von Furstenberg dress, a custom-fitted men’s suit by Knot Standard, and a J. McLaughlin Annie leather tote — one of my favorites.

Lexey Hall, credit: Lexey Hall Photography

Laura Bowery, a Hampton’s professional rider and trainer, served as the event chair, and the evening’s master of ceremonies was Jimmy Torano.  The committee members included Cindy Barshop, Ike and Sarah Birdsal, Barbara Borg, Jay Cardiello, Steve Clarke, Christine Clemens, Jo Ann Comfort, Mollie Duggal, Jessica von Hagn, Aleksandra Kardwell, Debra and Neil Rego, Elisabeth Santana and Pat Sliwenski.  Among the Six Bar competition riders were Peter Leone, Jonathan Corrigan, Laura Bowery, Lucy Deslauriers, Germaine Dougherty and Adam Cramer. 

The event was created by Water Mill’s Dave and Sue Birdsall. Their grandson, Drew, was just two years old when he was found to have acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Drew was treated at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and underwent two and a half years of chemotherapy treatments. 

Since the first St. Jude Hope in the Hamptons in 2015, generous donors have raised more than $1.6 million. Thanks to events like this one, families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food – because all a family should worry about is helping their child live. 

St. Jude’s purpose is: Finding cures. Saving children.®  It is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center devoted solely to children. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to more than 80 percent since the hospital opened more than 50 years ago. St. Jude won’t stop until no child dies from cancer. St. Jude freely shares the discoveries it makes, and every child saved at St. Jude means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands more children.

Generous sponsors included The Borg Family, People’s United Bank, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Hampton Pool Company, Grounded World, Duggal Visual Solutions, and David and Sybil Yurman who were among the guests.  The beautiful floral arrangements were designed by ES Blooms. Guests received a fabulous lip color gift from Lancôme Paris to take home – I can’t wait for next year!

To join the St. Jude mission or to make a donation visit http://www.stjude.org

The Chillhouse x Ketel One Botanical Montauk Pop-Up

Throughout July and August, Ketel One Botanical is partnering with Chillhouse, a modern self-care destination, as they pop up at New York Pilates in Montauk. The Chillhouse and Ketel One Botanical Pop-Up is offering manicures, pedicures and special retail experiences on the first floor of the fitness studio. 

Chillhouse services include manicures, with the option to add nail art, three of which are inspired by the Ketel One Botanical varietals – Peach & Orange Blossom, Cucumber & Mint, and Grapefruit & Rose- and pedicures.

Vanessa Gordon gets her nails done at Chillhouse

Along with each service, guests 21+ will receive a complimentary Botanical Spritz, and will have the opportunity to book special packages, inclusive of a Ketel One Botanical-inspired manicure, Botanical Spritz, and a New York Pilates class in one, with the option to bring a friend along as well. For those who can’t make it out to Montauk this summer, Chillhouse is also offering guests 21+ the Botanical manicures at their LES flagship on Essex Street, with a Ketel One Botanical Spritz on the house.

Services will include manicures (The Full Rodeo $30, The Gel Rodeo $45), with the option to add nail art from their curated look book. Pedicures include Chill Toes ($50), and Fancy Feet ($75). 

Click here to check out their range of nail art designs.

The modern selfcare destination is in good company, co-mingling with activewear brands featured in New York Pilates’ retail shop such as Year Of Ours, Live the Process and APL Sneakers, all hand-picked by New York Pilates founder, Heather Andersen, as well as New York Pilates’ merchandise and new technical sportswear line.

Chillhouse Montauk is open Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday from 10am-6pm and Friday from 12-8pm.


Daily Harvest Partners with Amber Waves Farm & Gurney’s Montauk

This summer, Daily Harvest is pleased to announce an exciting in-season summer partnership with Amber Waves Farm and Gurney’s Resort & Spa in Montauk! Daily Harvest is a direct-to-consumer brand delivering chef-crafted, nourishing foods that are built on fruits and vegetables. Their ingredients are thoughtfully sourced, frozen on the farm, and ready in minutes! Founder and CEO Rachel Drori launched Daily Harvest in 2015 as a solution to her own challenge of wanting to eat delicious, whole foods, but not having the time to prepare three healthy meals every day.

Images courtesy of Daily Harvest

“At Daily Harvest, we deliver chef-crafted, nourishing food built on organic fruits and vegetables. Our ingredients are thoughtfully sourced and frozen on the farm when at their freshest. That’s why Amber Waves is the perfect partner this summer; we’re both committed to offering real, delicious food and creating a transparent relationship between people and what they eat,” said Drori. “Not only will a few of my favorite Daily Harvest Smoothies be available all summer long at the Amber Waves Market, but also we’re sponsoring their ‘Farm Chores & Storytime’ program, which is a free educational outlet for families to learn about farming and cooking healthy meals together!”

Daily Harvest will be selling Daily Harvest from the Amber Waves Market through Labor Day weekend. The following smoothies are sold at the market this summer:

  • Banana + Greens
  • Chocolate + Blueberry
  • Strawberry + Peach

Pricing is $9 for one smoothie and $25 for three smoothies.

Daily Harvest is also being sold at Gurney’s Corso Coffee shop, which is available at 7AM daily, as well as Gurney’s firepit deck menu for afternoon and night. Offerings will include: Acai + Cherry Smoothie, Mint + Cacao Smoothie, and Strawberry + Peach Smoothie (rosé can be added for a Frosé Strawberry + Peach) which will be available through Labor Day weekend.

If you are not in the Hamptons this summer, check out Daily Harvest’s website for a variety of smoothies, soups, harvest bowls, lattes, chia bowls, and more, all frozen and so simple to prepare. The perfect way to eat healthy while so proactive!