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.
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.