Think PINK!

Trends are constantly evolving to satisfy the fickleness of the consumer; yet, “Millennial Pink” bucked that convention and has long overstayed its welcome. The faded, dusty-toned pink has been ubiquitous, appearing on the runways and all over our social media feeds since, well, the technology-obsessed Generation Y made it so. See below for my favorite …

US Open Fans Anticipating this Grand Slam of a Cocktail

Made to pay homage to the world’s most exciting tennis tournament, the Honey Deuce cocktail is comprised of Grey Goose Vodka, freshly squeezed lemonade, and raspberry liqueur, topped with tennis-inspired honeydew melon balls. The sporty drink is named after the most thrilling moment in tennis when the score is tied 40-40—resulting in a “deuce.” For …

Sixth Annual Hamptons Cup Raises Over $650,000 to Fight Poverty in New York City

This past weekend in Water Mill, hundreds of families attended the Sixth Annual Hamptons Cup presented by Cartier at the Equuleus Polo Club. The event raised over $650,000 for the Robin Hood Foundation, New York’s largest poverty-fighting organization that continuously finds, funds, and creates effective programs that have led approximately 1.8 million New Yorkers out …

Navigating the Northeast

Our trusted brokers welcome us to their exciting communities on Long Island—both in Nassau and Suffolk Counties—as well as in Newport, Rhode Island, to explore their thriving summer markets. These destinations can conveniently serve as one’s primary or secondary residence, making them particularly valuable. Here, we gather insider insights from Harald Grant, Kate Greenman, Molly …

Summer Spending: Northeast Destinations

When visiting one of these premier summer destinations, shopping is simply a necessity. From high-end fashion boutiques in the Hamptons and art galleries in Hudson, to ultra-preppy options in Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket alike, this guide provides a well-rounded list of quintessential splurge spots. Hudson   The Gilded Owl 318 Warren Street 917.270.2480 It was …