Smile Design Gallery & The Ty-Lite Experience Celebrated Women in The Water & Selfie Experience at Hotel Croydon

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The Smile Design Gallery and Ty Hunter presented “Women in the Water” and “The Selfie Experienceon Friday, December 4, 2015 at the Hotel Croydon. Guests viewed works by artists including: BK The Artist, Ivben Taqiy, Tripp Barnes, Steven Swancoat, UR New York, Tonia Calderon, Brent Eastabrook and Robert Peterson.

Notable attendees included: Dr. Lee Grause (Smile Design Gallery), Grady Spivey (Smile Design Gallery), Ty Hunter (Fashion Stylist; Founder, Ty-Lite), Alicia Keys, Swizz Beats, IloveMakonnen (Performer), Alan Lieberman (Co-Owner, Hotel Croydon), Nathan Lieberman (Co-Owner, Hotel Croydon), Josh Gordon (NFL Player), Angela Simmons (Reality TV Personality), Shaun Ross (Male Supermodel),  Michelle Seelinger (EmpireCLS),  Jean Shafiroff, BK The Artist, Ivben Taqiy, Tripp Barnes, Tonia Calderon, Ainy Naim, John Waley Jr.

The Hotel Croydon, owned by Alan and Nathan Lieberman of the South Beach Hotel Group, is the optimal choice for those attending this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach celebration as one it is close to all the action, but far enough to catch one’s breath and settle back after a day exploring the various exhibitions, parties and the nightlife scene throughout the world-famous extravaganza. This whimsical hotel is located in Miami’s Mid-Beach off of the world-famous Collins Ave.

The Smile Design Gallery merges art with the mission of providing dental treatment for people who need care with100 percent of the value of art sold through Smile Design Gallery matched in free dental care for the uninsured. The gallery believes social enterprise can move the great masses of humanity forward, and with a passion for art, its founders have tapped the “art market” to do just that. 

ILoveMakonnen, Dr. Lee Gause (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

ILoveMakonnen, Dr. Lee Gause (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

Grady Spivey, Alicia Keys (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Grady Spivey, Alicia Keys (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

Ty Hunter, Jean Shafiroff, Alicia Keys (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Ty Hunter, Jean Shafiroff, Alicia Keys (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

John Whaley Jr., Tripp Barnes, Shawn Ross (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

John Whaley Jr., Tripp Barnes, Shawn Ross (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

Josh Gordon, Angela Simmons, BK The Artist (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Josh Gordon, Angela Simmons, BK The Artist (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

Ivben Taqiy, Ty Hunter, Swizz Beats (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Ivben Taqiy, Ty Hunter, Swizz Beats (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

Ainy Naim, Tonia Calderon (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Ainy Naim, Tonia Calderon (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

Tripp Barnes (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Tripp Barnes (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

Swizz Beatz, Cole Cook (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Swizz Beatz, Cole Cook (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

Grady Spivey, Swizz Beatz, Alicia Keys, Maxwell, Cole Cook (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Grady Spivey, Swizz Beatz, Alicia Keys, Maxwell, Cole Cook (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

 

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Atmosphere (Johnny Nunez/GettyImages.com)

Knock Times Square New Year’s Eve off Your Bucket List in Style At Novotel New York’s Supernova Ball Drop Celebration 2016


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UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF THE MIDNIGHT BALL DROP FOR ALL GUESTS

TRUE LUXURY NYE PARTY WITH AERIAL ACROBATIC PERFORMERS

HEATED TERRACE AND PRIVATE BOOTHS HIGH ABOVE THE CROWDS

Novotel Supernova Party

Why wait hours in the bitter cold without access to even basic comforts, to get a so-so view of the world-renowned Times Square ball drop on New Year’s Eve?  Knock Times Square New Year’s Eve off your bucket list in style at Novotel New York’s Supernova Ball Drop spectacular!

 

The Fourth Annual Supernova Ball Drop takes place from 9:00pm – 3:00am on December 31st, 2015 at Novotel’s Supernova, a newly redesigned, sophisticated event space with a heated outdoor terrace providing for spectacular views.  Every area of the space inside the venue and on its 5,700 square foot terrace has unblocked views of the ball drop, which makes it a cannot-miss event for New Yorkers and international revelers, who travel from more than 15 countries to experience the magic and energy of Times Square.

 

The elegant venue offers unmatched ambience and energy. This year’s entertainment program at Supernova features aerial acrobatic performers to entertain guests with a Cirque Du Soleil-inspired show, and famous DJ Pollux Star (a.k.a. “the People’s DJ”) spins the best tunes as guests hit the dance floor, conveniently located in the center of the space.

 

Revelers enjoy VIP table service, a six hour premium open bar and a midnight Champagne toast along with gourmet passed hors d’oeuvres and succulent sweets.

 

Supernova Ball Drop is also offering to two lucky guests the chance to win an exceptional New Year’s Eve VIP package worth $10,000 at Supernova. The winners will experience the ball drop from a private heated outdoor booth on the terrace, bottle of Dom Perignon for the midnight toast, and of course, access to the party, open bar and passed hors d’oeuvres. Enter to win the contest at www.TimesSquareBucketList.com.

 

Guests 18 years and over are welcome to attend this elegant event, and children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.  “New Year’s Eve Best” attire is required. Event tickets start at $348 (taxes and operating expenses excluded) and Exclusive VIP package includes four-night stay in modern spacious room with access to Supernova Ball Drop event starting at $3,599 (taxes and operating expenses excluded). Additionally, Supernova has an excellent private spaces for bookings with 10 guests or more.

 

For more information please visit: www.supernovaballdrop.com

 

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As If Magazine Along with Audemars Piguet Celebrated Issue nº8 Featuring Cover Girl Jena Malone

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AS IF Magazine Editor-In-Chief Tatijana Shoan and Publisher Scott Fishkind along with Audemars Piguet came together to celebrate AS IF Magazine’s 8th issue featuring cover girl Jena Malone  and Audemars Piguet’s luxury timepieces for women with Alek Wek and Dee Hilfiger, on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at Il Principe restaurant at the Hugo Hotel.

Guests enjoyed a cocktail reception where refreshing Cointreau Rickey’s were served which was followed by a three-course sit down dinner where Grgich Hills wine will be paired with the meal. Notable attendees included Alek Wek, Tommy & Dee Hilfiger, Charlotte McKinney, Lars Nilsson, Mike Ovitz, Marin Hopper, Amy Fine Collins, Kim Heirston, Doug and Mike Starn, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Marky Ramone, Michelle Violy Harper, Andres Serrano, Maxwell andPhilippe Hoerle-Guggenheim.

AS IF Magazine’s Issue nº8 is now available on newsstands with actress Jena Malone on the cover. Editor-In-Chief and photographer Tatijana Shoan spent the day photographing and interviewing Jena in a fashion editorial at the Bowery Hotel, where they discussed music, Jena’s last installment of the Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 and artistic inspiration. Also featured in the issue is a preview of Audemars Piguet’s new collection of Millenary timepieces for women, a fashion shoot with model and actress Eva Doll, dancer and artist Mikhail Baryshnikov, Jimmy Choo Creative Director Sandra Choi, Marin Hopper of Hayward Luxury, artists Mike and Doug Starn, “It Girl” Charlotte McKinney, a story on Gemfields and their emerald mine in Zambia, and Andrew Solomon pens the intro for writer and fashion historian Amy Fine Collins interview.  Additionally, AS IF’s Art Editor, Kim Heirston spent a day with Anish Kapoor in the artist’s studio discussing the importance of his past and how he reveals his soul in his work.

About AS IF Magazine:

AS IF Magazine is a large format, luxury, art, fashion and culture publication dedicated to featuring people who have made a significant mark in the zeitgeist. AS IF is the recipients of over 40 awards for design and photography excellence. With a circulation of 50,000, AS IF Magazine is distributed on newsstands and bookstores throughout all majors cities in the US, Europe and Asia. Standing at the crossroads of art, fashion, design and luxury, AS IF is a book that has quickly become a must-read; collected among some of the most sophisticated influencers, tastemakers and affluent consumers in United States and abroad.

Some of AS IF’s exclusive feature stories have included artists Marina Abramovic, Chuck Close, Marilyn Minter, Marco Brambilla, Scott Campbell, Laurie Anderson, Anish Kapoor, Francesco Clemente, Tony Cragg and Ines & Vindoodh; fashion designers Public School, Tamara Mellon, Miguel Adrover, Zac Posen, Tommy Hilfiger, and Martin Grant; the Head Curator of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harold Koda; as well as entertainment scions Sean Lennon, Christina Ricci, Uzo Aduba, Greta Gerwig, Daniel Radcliffe, Ryan Kavanaugh, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Arnold and Anne Kopelson, among others.

For more information visit www.asifmag.com/

Dee Hilfiger, Tatijana Shoan, Charlotte McKinney (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Dee Hilfiger, Tatijana Shoan, Charlotte McKinney (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Amy Fine Collins, Tommy Hilfiger (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Amy Fine Collins, Tommy Hilfiger (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Alek Wek (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Alek Wek (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Scott Fishkind, Tatijana Shoan (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Scott Fishkind, Tatijana Shoan (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Michelle Harper, Ryan Lobo (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Michelle Harper, Ryan Lobo (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marky Ramone, Tommy Hilfiger (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marky Ramone, Tommy Hilfiger (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ryan Lobo, Omar Hernandez, Tatijana Shoan, Alek Wek, Michelle Harper (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ryan Lobo, Omar Hernandez, Tatijana Shoan, Alek Wek, Michelle Harper (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marky Ramone, Charlotte McKinney (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marky Ramone, Charlotte McKinney (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Scott Fishkind, Alex Sumner (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Scott Fishkind, Alex Sumner (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Tommy Hilfiger(Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Tommy Hilfiger(Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Mike Starn, Kim Heirston, Doug Starn (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Mike Starn, Kim Heirston, Doug Starn (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Frederick Martel, Doreen Remen (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Frederick Martel, Doreen Remen (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Lars Nilsson, Amy Fine Collins, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Lars Nilsson, Amy Fine Collins, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim, Tatijana Shoan, Maxwell (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim, Tatijana Shoan, Maxwell (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

John Goldstone, Marin Hopper (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

John Goldstone, Marin Hopper (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Sophia Ruan Gushée Launched New Book A to Z of D-Toxing: The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures

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Author Sophia Ruan Gushée celebrated the launch of her book, A to Z of D-Toxing: The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures, on the roof of the Nomad Hotel in Manhattan Tuesday, October 20th, 2015.

Sophia was joined at the celebration by her family, husband Gregory Gushée and her three adorable daughters.  Following speeches by her husband and eight-year-old daughter, Sophia took the stage to thank her family, the guests, and those who helped her complete the book, a culmination of five years of research.

In her speech, Sophia told the heartfelt story of how she began her research on the toxic chemicals that pervade our environment; after the birth of her first child, she found herself up late one night reading a book on how best to care for her infant, and was shocked to discover that carcinogens can be found in some baby bottle nipples, and hormone disrupters have been found in some baby bottles as well.  Shocked, she began to research practical alternatives to these potentially dangerous products, and continued to look for safer replacements for the common products in our lives that expose us to countless toxins: pesticides, household cleaners, chemical flame retardants, and even furniture, to name a few.

Guests such as Charlotte Matthews, Gina Marinelli, and Jacqui Kennedy enjoyed wine and hors d’oeuvres on the roof of the Nomad and browsed through copies of the newly-published book, called a “veritable encyclopedia” by Elena Brower and a “comprehensive…helpful [and] easy-to-read manual” by Dr. Frank Lipman.

A to Z of D-Toxing: The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures is now available for sale on Amazon.

About Sophia Ruan Gushée

Sophia Ruan Gushée is a mother of three who, upon leaving a career in investment management to spend more time with her children, began a journey to build the healthiest and safest environment possible for her family.  This mission to become a truly conscious consumer led her into five years of research on the many toxins we are exposed to and the possible effects of these substances on our lives. Sophia earned a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University and a Master in Business Administration from Columbia University.  She is also a certified yoga teacher, living in New York City with her family.

For More Information, Visit: www.nontoxicliving.tips

Sophia Ruan Gushee (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Sophia Ruan Gushee
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 Gregory Gushee, Sophia Gushee and Daughters (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Gregory Gushee, Sophia Gushee and Daughters
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Reina Honts, Jacqui Kennedy  (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Reina Honts, Jacqui Kennedy
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Allison Gushee Molkethin, Steve Gushee (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Allison Gushee Molkethin, Steve Gushee
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Anna Knoebel, Darin Eydenberg  (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Anna Knoebel, Darin Eydenberg
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Adrienne Goldthorpe, Debbie Nicholl  (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Adrienne Goldthorpe, Debbie Nicholl
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Vielka Kelly-Weiss, Andrew Weiss  (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Vielka Kelly-Weiss, Andrew Weiss
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Jacqui Kennedy, Lucy Guffey, Gina Marinelli, Reina Honts  (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jacqui Kennedy, Lucy Guffey, Gina Marinelli, Reina Honts
(Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

The Hotel Croydon: The Epicenter of Miami Beach’s Art Basel

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The newly renovated boutique Hotel Croydon’s refined aesthetic and modish style is eye-catching to anyone who steps in even artists can appreciate. The Hotel Croydon is the optimal choice for those who are attending this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach celebration as one it is close to all the action, but far enough to catch one’s breath and settle back after a day browsing enthralling galleries, boutiques, murals, and restaurants.

This whimsical hotel is located in Miami’s Mid-Beach off of the world-famous Collins Ave and features 104 beautiful guest rooms, each of which drawn in the radiant South Florida sun. If a guest wishes to explore Miami’s Wynwood Art Basel, the hotel is a fast car-ride away just over the causeway. Upon request, Hotel Croydon also provides E-Cars with drivers that provide guests transportation to and from all the action in South Beach. Flight-bound travelers can call ahead to book a complimentary shuttle ride for a pick up from the airport straight to the hotel. Convenient accommodations include seamless service, Tempur-Pedic beds, C.O. Bigelow bath products, in-house restaurant The Tavern, complimentary cocktails nightly from 7:00-8:00 PM, a pool, yoga classes, and of course, Hotel Croydon’s rooftop deck with panoramic views of the ocean and city.

“We want to make sure our guests are elated with their choice for staying at Hotel Croydon.  The hotel is situated in the optimal location convenient for Art Basel travelers,” explains Alan Lieberman, owner of South Beach Group.

The Hotel Croydon assures guests will have an exceptional experience with a friendly and attentive staff ready to assist you during the busy Art Basel weekend, which is from Thursday, December 3rd to Sunday, December 6th, 2015.

Nathan Lieberman, son of Alan and owner of South Beach Group who curated and oversaw design of the hotel adds, “Hotel Croydon offers classic rooms, penthouses, great amenities and service at an affordable price. It’s a great choice for Art Basel travelers.”

Hotel Croydon is located at 3720 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33140 (38th & Collins Ave.)

About Hotel Croydon

South Beach Group Hotels is pleased to announce its expansion into Mid-Beach with the Hotel Croydon, a fully-renovated boutique hotel located steps away from the ocean. The 7-story luxury Hotel Croydon dazzles with 104 guest rooms including a sprawling Penthouse with ocean views, meeting room and banquet space, a gym, an outdoor pool, a spa, an on-site restaurant and bar, and a rooftop sun deck with 360 degree views of the ocean and Miami.

For more information visit www.hotelcroydonmiami.com

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Southampton Inn: The Starting Point For Experiencing The Hamptons Finest Attractions This 2015

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The Hamptons Finest Attractions This 2015

Located in the heart of Southampton Village near the town’s premiere dining, entertainment and shopping destinations, the Southampton Inn provides the ideal home base for any traveler’s visit to the Hamptons. Whether enjoying the on-site amenities or partaking in one of the many outings that can be arranged through the boutique hotel’s guest services, visitors can utilize the Southampton Inn to orchestrate their ideal vacation—be it a weekend getaway or a longer respite.

Here are 25 ideas for making the most of a visit to the Southampton Inn this 2015 season:

  1. Take part in Southampton’s year-long 375th anniversary celebration—This historic community marks its milestone anniversary with private home tours, lectures, historical walks, and gala celebrations.
  2. Complementary shuttle to Cooper’s Beach, regularly ranked among Dr. Beach’s best beaches in America.
  3. Bicycle to the beach, past farms and fields, or down streets that boast historic multimillion dollar estates.
  4. Soak up some rays or just float the day away by the Southampton Inn’s 50-foot pool.
  5. Attend a charity gala to support one of many local causes from the Parrish Art Museum, Prostate Cancer Foundation, to Samuel Waxman Hamptons Happening.
  6. Browse the nearby art galleries and museums featuring some of the world’s most talented artists.
  7. Have guest services arrange a sea fishing excursion or boating expedition.
  8. Rogers Mansion for cocktails—Located within the Southampton Historical Museum complex, this estate is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  9. Find a foursome, or go solo, and secure a tee times at one of several beautiful golf clubs such as Indian Island Country Club or Cherry Creek Golf Links.
  10. Free concerts are within walking distance at nearby Agawam Park, Southampton Cultural Center, and Avram Hall or get tickets to Pianofest in the Hamptons, a much celebrated weekly series featuring the world’s finest you musicians.
  11. Arrange for lessons in popular watersports, such as windsurfing, surfing, and kiteboarding.
  12. Enjoy family friendly story time or films at the nearby Roger Memorial Library.
  13. Sip and swirl local wine varietals at one of the South Fork’s award-winning wineries.
  14. Private tennis lessons with world-class players at the Southampton Inn’s tennis court or nearby tennis club.
  15. Shop luxury labels and locally curated boutiques on nearby Jobs Lane and Main Street.
  16. Work up a sweat at many celebrity-endorsed fitness centers like the Tracy Anderson Studio or stand-up paddle boarding with the Paddle Diva.
  17. Dine at one of the Hamptons many epicurean destination restaurants, or just relax with an ice cream cone at one of the long-standing family-run establishments.
  18. Taste-test the latest niche brews from hometown brewpub Southampton Publick House, one of the most lauded breweries in America.
  19. Learn jewelry making at Pelletreau Silver Shop—Master jeweler Eric Messin creates one-of-a-kind pieces and conducts jewelry making workshops in this historic trade shop built in the 1600s.
  20. Don’t miss Art Southampton—Presented by Art Miami, this four-day fair of international, modern, contemporary art and design takes place July 9 through 13.
  21. Hike the nearby nature conservancies and see a wide range of indigenous flora and fauna.
  22. Join bird watchers for views of a plethora of native species or learn more at the South Fork Natural History Museum.
  23. Dance till dawn at one of the many nightlife venues established by New York City’s leading nightclub impresarios.
  24. Game on! Practice your croquet, volleyball, or badminton moves on the Southampton Inn’s bucolic lawns.
  25. Catch the latest releases at the nearby cinema that also plays host to the annual Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) every October.

About Southampton Inn

Set within several acres of manicured lawns and gardens in the heart of the Village of Southampton on Long Island’s stunning East End, Southampton Inn provides an idyllic, year-round escape for bustling city-dwellers. Winner of numerous awards, including “Best Breakfast,” “Best Hotel,” and “Best Wedding Location,” Southampton Inn is a warm and welcoming haven with an exemplary reputation that is richly deserved. Celebrate the art of pure relaxation, indulge in a romantic get-away, or enjoy precious time with the entire family – Southampton Inn has everything for the discerning traveler. With 90 well-appointed guestrooms which are located just steps away from the town’s fine dining restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries, parks and museums, and one mile from highly-rated Coopers Beach, the Inn is the perfect home-away-from-home to explore the scenic Hamptons.

For more information visit: www.southamptoninn.com/

25A Magazine Cover Party Celebrates the July 2015 Issue Featuring Jean Shafiroff at the Southampton Inn

25A Magazine Publisher Chase Backer, Editor-In-Chief Christopher Pape and Southampton Inn owner Dede Gotthelf celebrated philanthropist Jean Shafiroff‘s July 2015 cover at the Inn this past Sunday, July 19, 2015.

25A Magazine featured cover girl glamourous philanthropist Jean Shafiroff, and spoke with her regarding her noted philanthropic work.  Jean sits on the boards of eight different charitable organizations- New York Women’s Foundation, Couture Council, NYC Mission Society, French Heritage Society, JBFCS, Lighthouse Advisory Board, Southampton Animal Shelter Honorary Board and Southampton Bath and Tennis Club’s Charitable Foundation – not to mention all of the other organizations she has lent her support to. She told the publication that her philanthropy began by volunteering at her daughters’ schools, which led to joining a few charity boards. Once they graduated from high school, she delved deeper into supporting charities both in New York City and the Hamptons.  Raised on Long Island, she shared with the publication that she is proud of her roots and it was there that she was instilled with the belief that you should always care for those in need. Jean is noted for her style as depicted in within the pages of 25A.

Notable attendees included: Jean and Martin Shafiroff¸ Dede Gotthelf and Terry Moan, Christopher Pape, Andrew Flach, Dawne Marie Grannum, Patricia Watt, John Wegorzewski, Patrick McMullan, Liam McMullan, Rose Dios, Bobbie Catala, Joseph Fichera, Katherine and Gary Andreassen, Helen Shelton and Flo Anthony.

Guests mingled and enjoyed cocktails from Vintage Rockefeller Wine & Spirits Group. The brand’s Signature Rockefeller Cognac, Rockefeller Vintage Champagne & Empire Rockefeller Vodka were utilized in the drinks served by Managing Director Bobby Gayer and his wife Diane. Hors d’oeuvres served by the Inn’s Café Oso in its newly renovated ballroom.

Since acquiring the Southampton Inn nearly 20 years ago, Dede Gotthelf has strived to connect out of town guests with the local culture and natural beauty of the historic village of Southampton, which is celebrating its 375th anniversary this 2015. Gotthelf serves on the committee for the village’s 375th anniversary. She is also a trustee of the Southampton Historical Museum, the Board of the Hampton Visitor Council as well as being a major supporter of WPPB, Long Island’s only NPR station, The Peconic Land Trust (donating 13 acres of waterfront property) and The Fresh Air Fund (the annual recruiting meeting as well as pool party for local family hosts and their inner city guests).  The Southampton Inn takes the phrase “doing well by doing good” quite seriously and has provided support for numerous institutions such as Pianofest in the Hamptons, a concert series presenting the world’s most promising young pianists; Rising Stars, sponsoring young, established musicians for performances in the Southampton Cultural Center; the 10th birthday of East End Regional Intervention Court (EERIC), among others. The Inn provides support by hosting events, contributing, and/or providing guest rooms and services to Southampton Hospital, Rogers Memorial Library, Southampton Historical Museum, Group for the East End, The Southampton Chamber, The Southampton Arts Center, The Police Benevolent Association, Southampton Jewish Center, Greek Orthodox Church, Sacred Heart, Fresh Air Home, Southampton Association, Southampton Yacht Club junior sailing program, as well as the Brearley School, Trinity School, and Williams College among others.  Both Dede Gotthelf and Jean Shafiroff are committed to lending their support to philanthropic endeavors benefitting the community.

25A Magazine, named for the route to travel from New York City to Long Island’s luxurious North Shore, is for the discerning reader who’s interested in learning more about the businesses and the parties within this legendary Long Island area. The area known for its fabulous history, most notably known for being the inspiration for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel The Great Gatsby, has attracted some of the New York area’s most affluent people.

About Jean Shafiroff:
Jean Shafiroff is a noted philanthropist who is actively involved as a volunteer fundraiser and leader of several charitable causes. She possesses a remarkable ability to connect different charitable groups with interested people and resources and sits on the board of eight charities. Each year she chairs, underwrites and hosts several events for many different charities. Jean’s particular interests include charities related to women, health care, animals and the people of the cities she calls home. Jean is on the boards of New York Women’s Foundation, NYC City Mission Society, Couture Council, JBFCS, French Heritage Society, Lighthouse Advisory Board, Honorary Board of Southampton Animal Shelter and Southampton Bath and Tennis Club Charitable Foundation.  Jean is also very active with Southampton Hospital and has chaired their Summer Party 3 times for a total of $5.4 million raised.   In tandem with her philanthropic responsibilities, Jean has also hosted events in honor of the entertainment industry both in New York and Los Angeles.

About Southampton Inn:
With several acres of manicured lawns and gardens in the heart of the Village of Southampton on Long Island’s stunning East End, Southampton Inn provides an idyllic, year-round escape for bustling city-dwellers. Winner of numerous awards, including “Best Breakfast,” “Best Hotel,” and “Best Wedding Location,” Southampton Inn is a warm and welcoming haven with an exemplary reputation that is richly deserved. Celebrate the art of pure relaxation, indulge in a romantic get-away, or enjoy precious time with the entire family – Southampton Inn has everything for the discerning traveler. With 90 well-appointed guestrooms, many of which were renovated this past winter, the Inn is located just steps away from the town’s fine dining restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries, parks and museums, and a short drive from highly-rated Coopers Beach. The outdoor patio and ballroom were also renovated to ensure the Inn is the perfect home-away-from-home to explore the scenic Hamptons.
For more information visit www.southamptoninn.com

About 25A Magazine:
25A Magazine is a leading luxury publication dedicated to shining a light on the businesses, events and notable residents of Long Island’s Gold Coast. At the turn of the 20th Century, the North Shore began to develop its illustrious history most notably with some of America’s best-known family dynasties including the Woolworths, Guggenheims and the Whitney’s calling it home. Long Island’s South Fork, best known as the area which makes up the Hamptons, is known for being a haven for celebrity spotting and summertime events and 25A is there to highlight all the happenings in these hotspots.
For more information visit: www.25amagazine.com

Jean Shafiroff (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/Patrick McMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff
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Dawne Marie Grannum, Christopher Pape  (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Dawne Marie Grannum, Christopher Pape
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Jean Shafiroff, Dede Gotthelf (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff, Dede Gotthelf (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Bob Gayer, Diane Gayer  (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Bob Gayer, Diane Gayer
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Rose Dios  (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Rose Dios
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John Wegorzewski, Katherine Andreassen, Gary Andreassen (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

John Wegorzewski, Katherine Andreassen, Gary Andreassen
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Bobbie Catala  (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Bobbie Catala
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Lee Fryd, Dede Gotthelf  (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Lee Fryd, Dede Gotthelf
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Jeffrey Bradford, Andrew Flach, Kevin Relihan (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jeffrey Bradford, Andrew Flach, Kevin Relihan
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Helen Shelton, Mia Shelton, Flo Anthony (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Helen Shelton, Mia Shelton, Flo Anthony
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Joanna Kaczorowska, Annika Connor (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Joanna Kaczorowska, Annika Connor
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Atmosphere  (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Atmosphere
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The Southampton Inn Launched the Hamptons Season with Its Annual Memorial Day Barbeque

The Southampton Inn launched the Hamptons season with its annual Memorial Day barbeque, on Sunday, May 24th, 2015. Owner Dede Gotthelf and family Terry Moan, Edward Moan and Shane Moan hosted attendees on the Inn’s pool patio for barbeque chicken, burgers, fresh watermelon, homemade cookies, brownies, lemonade, iced tea and cocktails.

Notable attendees included Dede Gotthelf (Owner, Southampton Inn); Jonathan Cheban (Co-Founder of The Dishh; KUWTK); Dina Lohan; Kimberly Guilfoyle (Fox News); Andrea Greeven Douzet (Publisher, Beach Magazine); Cristina Cuomo (Beach Magazine Editor-In-Chief); Victor DeSouza (Fashion Designer); Melissa Gerstein (SiriusXM Host, The Moms); Bradford Rand (President/CEO, RAND Luxury, Inc.); Jean Shafiroff (Philanthropist); Nicole DiCocco (Socialite).

This season, the Inn is unveiling its newly renovated guest rooms, a spruced up outdoor patio and a brand-new ballroom making the Inn a perfect home away from home or the ultimate location for your next corporate retreat.

About Southampton Inn With several acres of manicured lawns and gardens in the heart of the Village of Southampton on Long Island’s stunning East End, Southampton Inn provides an idyllic, year-round escape for bustling city-dwellers. Winner of numerous awards, including “Best Breakfast,” “Best Hotel,” and “Best Wedding Location,” Southampton Inn is a warm and welcoming haven with an exemplary reputation that is richly deserved. Celebrate the art of pure relaxation, indulge in a romantic get-away, or enjoy precious time with the entire family – Southampton Inn has everything for the discerning traveler. With 90 well-appointed guestrooms, many of which were renovated this past winter, the Inn is located just steps away from the town’s fine dining restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries, parks and museums, and a short drive from highly-rated Coopers Beach. The outdoor patio and ballroom were also renovated to ensure the Inn is the perfect home-away-from-home to explore the scenic Hamptons.

For more information visit www.southamptoninn.com

Dede Gotthelf, Kimberly Guilfoyle (Photo Credit: Steve Sands)

Dede Gotthelf, Kimberly Guilfoyle
(Photo Credit: Steve Sands)

Jonathan Cheban, Dina Lohan (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/Society Allure)

Jonathan Cheban, Dina Lohan
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Chase Backer, Jean Shafiroff, John Wegorzewski (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/Society Allure)

Chase Backer, Jean Shafiroff, John Wegorzewski
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Cristina Cuomo, Carolina Cuomo (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/Society Allure)

Cristina Cuomo, Carolina Cuomo
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Atmosphere (Photo Credit Rob Rich/Society Allure)

Atmosphere
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Spring into the New Season at Southampton Inn

Spring is in the air, and Southampton Inn is the ideal place to enjoy the tranquility of the Hamptons as the daylight hours begin to lengthen and the warm weather rolls in. Relax and rejuvenate in Southampton before the hustle and bustle of peak summer and enjoy an affordable coastal getaway this spring with friends or family.

From strolling the property’s beautiful grounds and gardens, which begins to blossom and bloom with magnificent color in the coming months, to enjoying on-site tennis with family and friends, Southampton Inn is the perfect place to spend a weekend or longer break. Soak up the charm and old-world ambience of nearby Southampton Village, the first English settlement in the state of New York, which will celebrate its 375th Birthday in 2015 with a host of workshops, lectures, and festivities throughout the year organized by Southampton Historical Museum. The Inn is just steps from the town’s fine dining restaurants, designer boutiques, spas, art galleries and more.

Long Island’s stunning East End offers a wealth of cultural attractions and free outdoor activities to take advantage of, all of which can be organized through Southampton Inn’s friendly guest services team.

The surrounding area offers magnificent museums like the Parrish Art Museum, which has its Spring Fling on April 25, 2015. The concierge at the hotel also has arrangements at multiple area golf courses, including Indian Island Country Club and Cherry Creek Golf Links for guests who want to play a round of 18 holes during their stay. Pet-friendly rooms for an additional fee for those who cannot leave home without their pets. Seven miles of picture perfect beachfront at Cooper’s Beach are just minutes away via the Inn’s complimentary shuttle service, freeing guests from rental car and parking worries. There’s no need to rent a car from the city – Southampton Inn is easily accessible from Manhattan via the Long Island Railroad and Hampton Jitney coach services making it perfect for the ultimate staycation.

In the spirit of the season, with spring bringing rebirth, renewal and re-growth — Southampton Inn has recently renovated its guestrooms with new lighting, carpets, furnishings and modern color scheme. Each room provide guests with the comforts of home combined with the whimsical personality of a great escape. The Inn’s renowned Café OSO, an annual summer pop-up restaurant which takes on a unique persona each year, will reveal its 2015-16 summer theme to an eagerly-awaiting and loyal crowd at its annual Memorial Day Barbeque. The restaurant’s club-casual décor creates a relaxing, non-pretentious atmosphere where guests can enjoy a true Hamptons dining experience with style and ease.

About Southampton Inn

Southampton Inn provides an idyllic, year-round escape for bustling city-dwellers. The Inn is renowned as one of Southampton’s leading hospitality and event venues. Winner of numerous awards, including “Best Breakfast,” “Best Hotel,” and “Best Wedding Location,” Southampton Inn is a warm and welcoming haven with a solid reputation that is richly deserved. Celebrate the art of pure relaxation, indulge in a romantic get-away, or enjoy precious time with the entire family – Southampton Inn has everything for the discerning traveler. With 90 well-appointed guestrooms which are located just steps away from the town’s fine dining restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries, parks and museums, and a short drive from highly-rated Coopers Beach, the Inn is the perfect home-away-from-home to explore the scenic Hamptons.

For more information, please visit www.southamptoninn.com

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Southampton Inn Celebrates Town’s 375th Anniversary Year

Southampton Inn, which has stood as a well-loved focal point of the local Southampton community for over 40 years, is participating in the town’s 375th anniversary celebrations throughout 2015 offering a host of specials, packages, events and more.

As a special incentive to participate in the upcoming family fun and fanfare, Southampton Inn is offering any three night stay, January through March 2015, for the special anniversary price of $375*. On Saturday March 7, 2015 a convocation will be held to commemorate the occasion with speakers, music and poetry. Following this event, Southampton Inn will host a special banquet feast at award-winning Café Oso for $37.50 per person (excluding tax). The Historical Museum and the Southampton Inn are partnering to honor many of the historic families by welcoming them to the town with historic lineage lectures, home receptions, and honorary dinners at the Inn. The Halsey family will be celebrated in July, and the Howells in October.

Founded in 1640, Southampton, New York is considered the first English settlement in the state of New York. The Southampton Historical Museum is leading the 375th Anniversary Committee together with local hotels, restaurants, shops, museums, and town and village officials.  Southampton Inn will welcome guests throughout the year with various birthday themed packages as the hotel, with its 90 guest rooms, 50 foot pool, tennis court, and Coopers Beach shuttle, is within walking distance of most of the Southampton Village historical activities.

Special events throughout the birthday year which Southampton Inn will help to promote include:

  • Southampton Historical Museum’s opening exhibit – March 7th through December. The exhibit will feature a history of Rogers Mansion which is located just 0.4 miles away from the Southampton Inn
  • The Southampton Historical Museum’s Pelletreau Silver Shop on Main Street is offering Jewelry Making Classes throughout the year, beginning in mid-January. Students will learn the basics of jewelry making, from sculpting wax and soldering to setting stones and polishing, over an eight-week course
  • A lecture program at the Historical Museum will continue through 2015. Antique Fairs will run May through September, with a Polish Festival in August, Harvest Day Fair in September, and Chowder Festival in November – the reasons to visit are nearly endless
  • The highly-anticipated Annual Southampton House Tour: “Insider’s View” will be held on May 30th, 2015
  • Southampton’s 375th Birthday Party will be held on June 20th at Rogers Mansion, four days after the first settlers of the town landed at Conscience Point on June 12, 1640. Free one-year, family memberships to the Historical Museum will be offered this day only. The party will include a band and dessert.
  • The highly anticipated Late Summer Cocktail Party will be September 5th, 2015 at Rogers Mansion and includes gourmet hors d’oeuvres and open bar.
  • The year’s celebrations will conclude with New Year’s Eve events, held annually at the Southampton Inn and a special museum benefit event being held at the Port of Missing Men historic mansion.

A year-round calendar for all 375th activities can be found at www.southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org/

* Rate is subject to availability. Based on double occupancy. Does not include tax.

About Southampton Inn

Set within several acres of manicured lawns and gardens in the heart of the Village of Southampton on Long Island’s stunning East End, Southampton Inn provides an idyllic, year-round escape for bustling city-dwellers. Winner of numerous awards, including “Best Breakfast,” “Best Hotel,” and “Best Wedding Location,” Southampton Inn is a warm and welcoming haven with an exemplary reputation that is richly deserved. Celebrate the art of pure relaxation, indulge in a romantic get-away, or enjoy precious time with the entire family – Southampton Inn has everything for the discerning traveler. With 90 well-appointed guestrooms which are located just steps away from the town’s fine dining restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries, parks and museums, and a short drive from highly-rated Coopers Beach, the Inn is the perfect home-away-from-home to explore the scenic Hamptons.

For more information visit www.southamptoninn.com/

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