Young & the Guest List: August

Cinema Society’s Screening of David Crosby: Remember My Name in East Hampton

Living legend and classic folk rock star David Crosby was joined by longtime fans during the Cinema Society’s summer screening of a new documentary at East Hampton’s Main Street theater. Produced by Cameron Crowe and directed by A.J. Eaton, David Crosby: Remember My Name portrays the ups and downs of Crosby’s career, which peaked as he cofounded Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young during the 1960s, and remains strong to this day. Since debuting at the Sundance Film Festival, the film has received widespread praise from critics and fans alike. After the screening, which left Crosby’s wife nostalgic and teary-eyed, moviegoers were welcomed at hotspot Moby’s for an after-party and fireworks overlooking the Maidstone Harbor Marina—a perfect setting to toast the uplifting film. Guests that evening included Dylan Lauren, Brooke Shields, Martha Stewart, Jane Krakowski, Mischa Barton, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Rachel Zoe, and more.

Cuba Gooding Jr., Martha Stewart, and David Crosby at the after party for
David Crosby: Remember My Name at Moby’s (Courtesy of Patrick McMullan)
Mischa Barton

Polo in the Hamptons

Christie Brinkley hosted the second Polo Hamptons event of the summer at the estate of Maria and Kenneth Fishel in Bridgehampton on July 6. More than 500 guests were treated to passed hors d’oeuvres and an open bar against a backdrop of a thrilling polo match. Since its founding, this event has become a quintessential summer stop in the bucolic enclave of the East End. This year, Brinkley was accompanied by daughters Alexa Ray Joel and Sailor Brinkley Cook, and additional guests included Sharon Bush, Janna Bullock, and Ramona Singer, among others.

Christine Klein, Diane Klein, and Sailor Brinkley Cook at Polo Hamptons.
(Courtesy of Rob Rich/Societyallure.com)
Maria Fishel (Courtesy of Guillermo Mogollan)

Midsummer Night Drinks in Southampton

On june 17, God’s Love We Deliver hosted its annual
Midsummer Night Drinks event at the Samuel Parrish House in Southampton. Each year, the evening supports the organization’s goal of delivering homecooked meals to people suffering from severe illness. The get-together included cocktails and small plates on the home’s front lawn. “We look forward to Midsummer Night Drinks every year,” said David Ludwigson, chief development officer of God’s Love We
Deliver. “It’s a special way for our guests to support God’s Love and kick off the summer season with a really fun event.”

David Rogal and Ronald Carlivati at Midsummer Night Drinks in Southampton
(Courtesy of Patrick McMullan)

Swedish Midsummer White Party at Tao Downtown

If you’ve ever been to a Tao Group event, you know to expect an extravagant party. On June 19, Tao Downtown was completely transformed into a whimsical wonderland; a long tunnel-like entry filled with lights and suspended flowers of all colors led into the main dining room, where people sat at banquet style tables in all white attire. Servers—who donned floral gowns and bikinis—kept drinks flowing throughout the evening. The occasion: the Swedish tradition of toasting summer solstice—and although the club was not quite as lit up as Sweden’s sunny sky, the energy perfectly reflected the theme of the celebration. After dinner was served, the venue turned into a nightclub with beats by DJ Chantel Jeffries. The annual bash has become such a popular summer kick-off that, for the first time, Tao presented its Swedish Midsummer white party at Tao’s Chicago and Los Angeles locations.

Brittany Dubois and Javier Vispo Alvarez at Tao Downtown’s Swedish Midsummer Party.
(Courtesy of Dan Nilsen Photography)
Carl Radke and Lindsay Hubbard