With surnames such as Bush, Bloomingdale, and Bloomberg, the Hamptons is a hotbed for Generation Next—those often referred to as the new guard. Here, the top 100 names that ought to be on your invitee list if you want shutterbugs to care about snapping the photos.

Generation Next

FROM LEFT: Tripoli Patterson, Kyle DeWoody, Taylor Tomasi Hill, Jayma Cardoso, Georgina Bloomberg, Alessandra Balazs, and Andrés and Lauren Santo Domingo.

Genevieve Bahrenburg

The daughter of the ex-president of Hearst, D. Claeys Bahrenburg, Genevieve cochairs a number of Hamptons charity events, including the Dia Art Foundation of Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridgehampton. She’s also the writer and coproducer of American Beauty and the forthcoming Young Hollywood, both published by Assouline, and the creative director for The SmartWoman Project, a global mobile movement that helps women access information on leadership, health, parenting, finance, and more.

Alessandra Balazs

This hospitality heiress, daughter of André Balazs and former Ford Models CEO Katie Ford, has been sitting in on her father’s business meetings and accompanying him on site inspections since she was little. Nowadays, when she isn’t assisting André on various projects in LA or NYC, she’s lounging on the pool deck at André Balazs Properties’ luxurious Sunset Beach.

Georgina Bloomberg

The youngest daughter of NYC’s former mayor, Michael Bloomberg, Georgina is a seasoned equestrian and a regular competitor at The Hampton Classic. Although becoming a mother a few months ago might force Georgina to take a break, she’ll surely be back in the saddle in no time.

Hayley Bloomingdale

The East End is the chosen escape for this fashion heiress who’s already making her mark on the sartorial world through editorial and social media projects for Moda Operandi, the only online boutique where shoppers can preorder looks from the runway. Along with her stylish cohorts Indre Rockefeller, Taylor Tomasi Hill, and Lauren Santo Domingo, Bloomingdale is a popular face on the Hamptons social circuit.

Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld, Ashley Bush, and Bee Shaffer.

Hannah Bronfman

A career in the music industry seemed inevitable for this daughter of former Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr., but Hannah has surpassed expectations by becoming a celebrated DJ and model. Also an entrepreneur, Hannah cofounded Green Owl, an environmentally sustainable record label and multimedia company, with her brother Benjamin in 2007.

Ashley Bush

The granddaughter of former President George H.W. Bush and niece to former President George W. Bush, Ashley created a web series called Route by Route, which features profiles of successful female entrepreneurs. She celebrated with her sister Lauren at the Women’s Health– hosted RUN 10 FEED 10 Party Under the Stars at Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club.

Athena Calderone

This Brooklyn-based interior designer summers in a Midcentury Modern Amagansett house she collaborated on with Hamptons-based Bates Masi + Architects. She shares the stylish abode with DJ and music producer husband Victor Calderone and chronicles her passion in the überpopular blog EyeSwoon.

Annabelle Dexter-Jones

The daughter of Mick Jones of Foreigner and sister to DJs Mark and Samantha Ronson and designer Charlotte Ronson, Annabelle and her graffiti-artist boyfriend, André Saraiva, are frequently seen snuggling in the Hamptons sun.

Brendan Fallis

The fashion DJ and boyfriend to Hannah Bronfman, Brendan has been seen spinning at exclusive East End events and attending high-profile fêtes like last year’s Hamptons Paddle & Party for Pink fundraiser. After booking a tour as the opening DJ for Brooklyn rapper Theophilus London, Brendan quickly became his manager.

Nacho Figueras & Delfina Blaquier

This stunning pair—the faces of Ralph Lauren fragrances Romance and Summer Romance—fittingly spend their summers in Sagaponack. Dubbed “the David Beckham of polo,” Nacho has also been the face of Ralph Lauren’s Black Label line since 2005, while Delfina was a model before becoming a notable photographer.

Emilie Ghilaga

Her travels to India inspired her to start With Love, Emilie Ghilaga, a chic clothing collection of cigarette pants and party dresses all made and manufactured in Jaipur, India. But despite her love for world travel, Emilie has said that growing up summering in the Hamptons has made this one of her favorite destinations.

Amanda Hearst

While this model, activist, and socialite grew up summering around Southampton and Bridgehampton, the Hearst family has spent the last decade in a picturesque mansion in Water Mill, replete with marble mantelpieces purchased from Europe by Amanda’s greatgrandfather, William Randolph Hearst.

Daisy Johnson

Daisy comes from a long lineage of East Coast greats: Her father is New York Jets owner Robert Wood “Woody” Johnson IV, and her great-great-grandfather was Robert Wood Johnson, a founder of Johnson & Johnson. Although regularly out and about in the Hamptons, she can more often be found behind the camera. Daisy began her career at Patrick McMullan and is now focusing on fashion photography, having previously assisted industry names such as Thom Browne for GQ Italy and Ben Watts for Victoria’s Secret.

Lauren Bush

As the cofounder of FEED Foundation and FEED Projects—one of the most-recognized philanthropic fashion brands on the planet—Lauren is able to provide meals to children around the globe through the UN’s World Food Programme. The 2013 World Children Award Honoree, Lauren spends much of the summer in the Hamptons with her husband, David Lauren.

Chloe Malle

Known for being the daughter of French film director Louis Malle and American actress Candice Bergen, Chloe’s job as Vogue’s social editor is facilitated by her easy access to the social scene in the Hamptons and beyond.

Shala Monroque

As the girlfriend of art world demigod Larry Gagosian and muse to Miuccia Prada, this St. Lucian beauty is a constant fixture both in the art and fashion realms. The unlikely couple shares a home in Amagansett and can sometimes be spotted hand in hand at some of the East End’s most fashionable events.

Stavros Niarchos III

This Greek shipping heir is king of the Hamptons nightclub scene and will soon wed Victoria’s Secret model Jessica Hart; the gorgeous pair spent last summer at Lauren Santo Domingo’s holiday home in the Hamptons.

Devon Radziwill

Her last name is synonymous with East End royalty. Devon married Prince Philip in a stunning ceremony in the Swiss Alps in 2010 and is a fixture on the Hamptons charity circuit.

Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld

Son of Carine Roitfeld and partner in crime of Stavros Niarchos III, this Parisian-born art dealer has been getting traction from some of the art world’s biggest names. Vladimir set up pop-up galleries in New York, Paris, and London and launched a private art dealership called Feedback Ltd. in 2008.

Olivia Sandelman

Summering in the Hamptons seems to come with the territory when you’re an Upper East Side native like this stylish stunner. A lover of the Montauk surf scene, Olivia can be spotted at various Hamptons fundraisers, like Guild Hall’s annual Season Spectacular, sporting her coveted vintage pieces.

Bee Shaffer

After remaining out of the limelight, Anna Wintour’s 26-year-old daughter has returned to New York following a stint in Los Angeles assisting Glee executive producer Ryan Murphy. The reason? She landed the gig as segment producer for NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, which is good news for Wintour, who will now get to see more of her at their Long Island estate.

Vanessa Traina

This San Francisco–born daughter of novelist Danielle Steel recently married artist (and fellow Power Lister) Maxwell Snow, and they’re now one of the Hamptons’ hottest power couples. She is cofounder and creative director of The Line, a lifestyle e-commerce site featuring clothing, furniture, and beauty products, akin to one of her favorite stores, Harper’s in East Hampton.

Screen Sizzlers

Lake Bell

A native New Yorker, Lake recently released In a World…, a film she wrote, directed, and starred in, which premiered at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center last year.

Solange Knowles

Not to be overshadowed by sister Beyoncé, Solange is a multitalented singer, songwriter, actress, and DJ. She’s been spotted hanging in the Hamptons with Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union.

Zoë Kravitz

Daughter of rock star Lenny Kravitz, this style icon inherited her father’s talent as a singer, but has taken it to the next level by adding actress and model to her repertoire. Her jewelry collaboration with Swarovski is an ideal component for a beachy boho look.

Chelsea Leyland

This British-born actress, DJ, and model is in high demand by fashion, art, and celebrity clients including Valentino and the Whitney Museum. Not only has she spun at launch parties in the Hamptons, but she’s also a regular guest at Montauk favorites The Surf Lodge and Ruschmeyer’s.

Leigh Lezark

One of the members of the DJ trio The Misshapes as well as a Chanel ambassador, this vampy siren has made a name for herself as a cultural icon among the young Hamptons crowd and has been spotted spinning at charity benefits across the East End.

Emmy Rossum and Lake Bell.

Emmy Rossum

The hugely popular Shameless star is also a singer-songwriter who heads to the Hamptons to relax. Emmy has been spotted sporting the latest designer frocks at events like the Macklowe family’s Fourth of July party last year.

Stella Schnabel

One might expect her to focus on art like her father (filmmaker and artist Julian Schnabel) and brother (art dealer Vito Schnabel), however, Stella instead put her energy into becoming a poet and actress, starring in her father’s last movie, Miral. She also made her producing debut on Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers and will soon star in Michelle Civetta’s short film based on the Anaïs Nin novel A Spy in the House of Love.

The Inn Crowd

Eugene Remm, Mark Birnbaum and Zachary Lynd.

Mark Birnbaum & Eugene Remm

As EMM Group’s fashionable cofounders, this duo is bringing one of their hospitality conglomerate’s most-popular NYC spots to the East End this year with the opening of Finale East Hampton. It’s surely going to be the spot to dance the night away this summer.

Jayma Cardoso

She is the owner of The Surf Lodge—the undisputed place to be on Sundays or any other day of the week, for that matter. Jayma’s Montauk hot spot brings in wonderful live music, serves great food, and has an unparalleled patio, perfect for watching the sunset while enjoying a bottle of rosé.

Martin Dawson

The man behind the NYC hot spots Rose Bar, Tao Downtown, and Bar Naná is also at the forefront of the social scene in the Hamptons, cohosting some of the biggest charity events of the summer, including Watermill Center’s Summer Benefit .

Zachary Lynd

If there is one place to go for a meal this summer, it’s a hand-painted Airstream trailer parked on the beach at Ditch Plains in Montauk. Walk up to Turf and you’ll get lost in Zach’s baby blues, but one bite of his lobster rolls or tuna tacos will truly make you swoon. Try the custom cocktails and there’s a good chance you’ll never leave.

Sean MacPherson

Sean is the powerhouse behind Montauk hot spot The Crow’s Nest as well as some of NYC’s most popular establishments, including The Waverly Inn and The Jane. These haute gathering spots draw a hip crowd, all of which is documented on wife Rachelle Hruska’s popular site, Guest of a Guest.

Sunny Melet

This pint-size preteen powerhouse is Zachary Lynd’s sidekick at Turf, and from all appearances, runs the operation. As the daughter of Bob Melet from Melet Mercantile—Montauk’s coolest vintage shop—her sense of style is unparalleled.

David Schulman & Sean Kehlenbeck

One of the powers behind Georgica Restaurant and Lounge, David and partner Sean Kehlenbeck stepped in to operate Trata in Water Mill last year. Most recently, David joined forces with Stratis Morfogen to transform the space into another hit restaurant, Red Stixs.

Claude Zdanow

Claude Zdanow founded Stadiumred, a NYC-based music and entertainment company. The Stadiumred estate in the Hamptons—a 13,000-square-foot home on 30 acres in Water Mill—hosts events that pair luxury brands with musical performances and the arts.

Frameable Faces

Jessica Stam, Coco Rocha, and Billy Farrell.

Lily Donalds on

This British babe stays busy with bookings from Dior to Victoria’s Secret, however, she loves her downtime in the Hamptons. Although she moved back to London in 2010, Lily still makes trips out East in between her NYC modeling stints.

Billy Farrell

While his boyish looks qualify him for screen time, his talent for capturing models, actresses, and It girls at their best has made him the go-to lensman across the East End party circuit. His namesake photography agency, BFA, has been working Hamptons bashes since opening in 2010.

Jessica Hart

This Australian Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition model regularly shows off her beach body on the sands of the Hamptons. She’s also an annual visitor to the Super Saturday shopping benefit in Water Mill.

Dree Hemingway

This great-granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway and Hamptons summer fixture isn’t just a model—she is also making a name for herself as an actress, including her role in The Girl, which played at the 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival.

Julie Henderson

This all-American model is the ultimate summer babe and considers the Hamptons the perfect escape. She first visited the East End for a photo shoot in the off-season and fell in love with the tranquility of Southampton.

Karlie Kloss

A Victoria’s Secret Angel and one of the current top 10 models in the world, she is regularly found on every Hamptons bestdressed list, thanks to her annual appearance at Super Saturday.

Alexandra Richards

“Model” is just the tip of the iceberg for this daughter of rock royalty Keith Richards. She is also a DJ, an artist, and hostess at many of the East End’s sexiest soirées.

Coco Rocha

One of the most diverse models on the runway, Coco is known for combining rock-star style with Old-Hollywood glamour. Her recent collaboration with jewelry brand BaubleBar is an edgy collection of studs and chains.

Jessica Stam

This doll-faced Canadian is a top model who spends her summers at her eclectic East Hampton home, designed by notable architect Rafael de Cárdenas.


Michael Silverman and Justin Belmont.

Oren & Tal Alexander

The sibling duo behind Douglas Elliman’s Alexander Team (or “The A-Team” as they’re most commonly known), Oren and Tal have luxury properties in the Hamptons as well as in Tel Aviv, Aspen, Miami, and NYC. In other words, they’ve created an empire long before celebrating their 30th birthdays.

Justin Belmont

Although still a student at Columbia Business School, Justin launched a successful venture, perk.la, a website for students to receive discounts on leading brands such as Rent the Runway and Bonobos. However, his passion lies in making art fun and affordable—his Manhattan-based gallery, Not A Gallery, has held pop-up shows at Bull’s Head Barn in Bridgehampton and at Tenet boutique in Southampton.

Kipton Cronkite

Kipton left a career in banking and real estate to support emerging artists. He launched at60inches.com to promote new talents, and his reach has extended to East Hampton, where he curated an exhibit at QF Gallery last year.

Kyle DeWoody

Coming from a family that is a well-known supporter of the arts—her mother is philanthropist and collector Beth Rudin and her father is artist James DeWoody—has allowed Kyle to reinvent the world of art curation. Aimed at collectors of a younger generation, Kyle’s company, Grey Area, will be setting up shop in Glenn Horowitz’s East Hampton space this summer and hosting an exciting array of shows, projects, and events.

Andrew Freston

As head of business development at Vice, Andrew is working with one of the most cutting-edge and buzz-generating entertainment companies out there and has been spotted at the Bridgehampton Polo Challenge in previous years.

Rachelle Hruska

Since launching media site Guest of a Guest in 2007, Rachelle has grown the company into the requisite database for the social set in the Hamptons, NYC, LA, DC, and beyond. She spends summers in the Montauk beach house she shares with husband Sean MacPherson.

Omar Mangalji

Catch this dashingly handsome British import and professional polo player at a number of polo Saturdays in Bridgehampton this season. As an Ivy Leaguer who runs venture capital firm Cap-Meridian, Omar is the definition of “eligible bachelor.”

Mazdack Rassi

This founder and creative director of Milk Studios is at the forefront of art and fashion. A fixture on the Hamptons scene for years, Mazdack has cohosted Shark Attack Sounds at Montauk Yacht Club with friend Ben Watts.

Mike Rudin

Mike’s family’s real estate holdings are one of the largest privately owned portfolios in NYC, and when he isn’t serving as vice president of Rudin Management, he is summering at his family’s picturesque Bridgehampton vacation home.

Michael Silverman

As the COO of the social network service fancy.com, Michael has built a start-up that has hedge fund giants scrambling to invest. Case in point: Richard O. Perry, who controls a stake in Barneys, put down $7 million last year.

Cameron & Tyler Winklevoss

Best known for their depiction in the movie The Social Network, the Ivy League–educated siblings are also Olympic rowing partners. Other ventures Cameron and Tyler are involved with include Guest of a Guest, with fellow top 100 member Rachelle Hruska.


Alexandra Fairweather, Anne Huntington, and Nicholas Cinque.

Fiona Byrne

Cultural curator Fiona launched the nowdefunct naag.com with friend and requisite cool girl Agyness Deyn before creating her claim-tofame website, The Byrne Notice. She brings her style to the Hamptons whenever she can and is noted for attending hip Hamptons parties like Shark Attack Sounds.

Nicholas Cinque

This Amagansett native is already taking the art world by storm as a collector and dealer, even though he has yet to graduate college. After gaining experience at respected spots like Gagosian Gallery in New York, Nicholas created a premier online gallery for street art called Cinque Collective.

Alexandra Fairweather

An upbringing spent visiting De Kooning’s house in East Hampton with her stepfather, John Chamberlain, sparked Alexandra’s passion for art, which led to the launch of her own art sales company called Fairweather & Mills. She currently serves as director of Gallery Valentine in East Hampton and runs her own art consultancy, Fairweather Style.

Anne Huntington

The founder of the art advisory and curatorial company AMH Industries, Anne is a member of New Arts Dealer Alliance, a cochair for the Guggenheim’s Young Collectors Council, and on the Art Advisory Board for the Coalition for the Homeless. In the Hamptons, her involvement in The Watermill Center has helped make its benefit one of the most anticipated events of the season.

Joey Lico

Through her position at New York Foundation for the Arts, Joey curates the consistently sold-out East End Artist Studio Tour and works with the Southampton Center on a summer event.

Nate Lowman

This bad-boy artist has had many shows in the Hamptons, including a recent exhibit at Karma’s location in Amagansett, some of which included his former studio mate, famed artist Dan Colen, and good friend Leo Fitzpatrick.

Tripoli Patterson

When this Sag Harbor native isn’t curating shows focused on emerging and local talent, he is enjoying the morning swells in Montauk. This East Coast surfing champion launched Tripoli Gallery in 2005, which has since outshone many more established local galleries. It helps that he is well connected—his godmother is Lisa de Kooning, and Julian Schnabel made the decals for his surfboard.

Bettina Prentice

This Sagaponack native runs the NYC-based visual arts publicity firm Prentice Art Communications and has previously worked for renowned gallerist Yvon Lambert. Her family’s 300-year-old Sagaponack house was always filled with her father’s famous friends such as Oliver Stone, who wrote the screenplay for Midnight Express there, and French filmmaker Louis Malle, who cowrote Pretty Baby there.

Vito Schnabel

With an art royalty pedigree—his father is artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel and his mother is clothing designer Jacqueline Beaurang—this young curator and dealer has already made a huge name for himself. Vito represents big-name contemporary artists like Laurie Anderson, René Ricard, and Bruce High Quality Foundation and also happens to be the third Musketeer in the Hamptons party trio including Stavros Niarchos and Vladmir Restoin Roitfeld.

Maxwell Snow

Husband to fellow top 100 member Vanessa Traina and an East Hampton summer resident since childhood, Maxwell is also known for his edgy images, which have been exhibited at celebrated shows across the Hamptons, including stints at The Surf Lodge in Montauk and The Fireplace Project in East Hampton.

Andy Valmorbida

Heir to one of Australia’s largest private conglomerates, this art entrepreneur and visionary has been dubbed “King of the Pop-Up Gallery,” a number of them Hamptons-based. His private dealership, Valmorbida & Co., was created in 2006 and he has since curated high-profile shows like a Keith Haring exhibit at last year’s Art Basel in Hong Kong.

Nick Weber

This artist’s figure paintings have been shown at solo shows at East Hampton galleries QF Gallery and xy Gallery as well as at Tripoli Patterson’s gallery in Southampton.

Style Gurus

Jenna Lyons, Joseph Altuzarra, and Lily Kwong.

Joseph Altuzarra

Since starting his eponymous label in 2008, the young designer has quickly transitioned from up-and-comer to designer darling. The Parisian-born stunner has been seen summering in the Hamptons with friend and fellow fashion phenom Alexander Wang.

Valerie Boster

This surfer girl recently left Vogue to start a new fashion consultancy venture with fellow alum Meredith Melling Burke. Le Marque, or “The Brand” in French, will offer guidance on product collaborations, strategic partnerships, and creative direction. When she isn’t catching the summer swells, she’s bringing her enviable style to major Hamptons benefits and fashion parties.

Carly Cushnie & Michelle Ochs

These style setters came together to launch cult-favorite label Cushnie et Ochs in 2008. Since then, their sexy cropped two-piece dresses have earned rave reviews in the Hamptons. On casual weekends, you’ll catch Cushnie sporting a fashionably distressed band tee and Ochs in a feminine body-con dress.

Claire Distenfeld

This founder of NYC boutique Fivestory is passionate about fostering emerging design talents and has one of the most covetable closets. Her time at Sotheby’s Institute of Art grad program has honed her style of curating looks that blend functionality and art.

Kelly Framel

Founder of blog The Glamourai, Kelly got her start by designing jewelry and embroideries for names like Oscar de la Renta, Givenchy, and Marni before becoming lead designer at Naeem Khan. You’ll most likely catch her zipping around in her vintage red convertible with boyfriend and fellow top 100 member Zachary Lynd.

Eugenia Gonzalez Ruiz-Olloqui

Every man should be grateful to this Mexican beauty: She helms operations at celebrated menswear line Michael Bastian, whose preppy-chic designs are sported by Hamptons A-listers every season—where she serves as VP and director of public relations.

Prabal Gurung

Since launching his eponymous collection in 2009, Prabal Gurung’s designs have been donned by First Lady Michelle Obama and the Duchess of Cambridge as well as the Hamptons social set. Recent rumors have pegged Prabal as a top contender for the creative director role at Oscar de la Renta.

Lily Kwong

Not only is Lily a top model, but she’s also a mover-and-shaker in the nonprofit world. She graduated from Columbia University with honors, calls Joseph Altuzarra family, and, alongside her father, started her own nonprofit, nuvana.org, which helps at-risk adolescent girls find solutions to issues regarding health, managing finances, leadership development, and building self-esteem.

Jenné Lombardo

One of the founders of Made Fashion Week and The Terminal Presents consulting firm, Jenné gives support to emerging designers, which has given her a closet full of unique pieces and collectible items from design houses including Proenza Schouler. Look for her with friends Chelsea Leyland and Natalie Joos at Shark Attack Sounds at Montauk Yacht Club.

Jenna Lyons

The renowned bespectacled executive creative director of J.Crew not only designs for a casual-chic lifestyle, but lives it, too, especially during her summers in the Hamptons. Lyons loves taking her son to in-the-know spots like Briermere Farms for fresh berries, Beall & Bell for vintage home accents, and Wego Fishing Bait & Tackle for an adventure by the beach.

Chrissie Miller

The NYC apartment this designer shares with gallerist boyfriend Leo Fitzpatrick has been dubbed “Club Chrissie” and is an oasis for the city’s who’s who. Her reputation in the Hamptons is equally reputable, as Miller is usually spinning tracks at some of the East End’s most fashionable spots, like the Capri in Southampton.

Dalia Oberlander

This Hamptons regular has the most enviable jewelry collection around, thanks to her perfectly curated accessories website Latest Revival, an e-commerce destination dedicated to one-of-akind statement pieces encompassing both vintage and contemporary designers.

Maxwell Osborne, Prabal Gurung, and Kelly Framel.

Maxwell Osborne

Having grown up in NYC, Osborne is a Hamptonsscene staple and cofounder of cutting-edge brand Public School. His designs are influenced by contemporary music and art, largely because of his involvement in both scenes. Look for him at the Art for Life Hamptons benefit.

Max Osterweis

Max launched the widely popular brand Suno in 2008, and the fair-trade womenswear label has been sported by the likes of Michelle Obama and Sofia Coppola. The filmmaker-turned-chief executive and creative director will surely be a regular fixture in the Hamptons throughout the summer—along with his colorful prints.

Monique Péan

A regular on every best-dressed list, this CFDA/ Vogue Fashion Fund–winning jewelry designer uses everything from fossilized wooly mammoth tusk to Peruvian opals in her celebrated collections, and focuses on sustainable production by using recycled gold and conflict-free stones.

Hassan Pierre

A proponent of “ethical fashion,” this Haitian-American designer uses organic silks and sustainable materials in his line Way It Should Be, which is worn by the Hamptons It girls who also happen to be in his inner circle. Last year, he partnered with Hamptons resident Amanda Hearst for a collaboration called Maison de Mode, which was featured at pop-up boutiques.

Charlotte Ronson

One of the creative Ronson siblings, her eponymous line is a go-to for Hamptonites looking to don chic, effortless ensembles. Look for Charlotte’s pieces at Blue & Cream’s East Hampton and Westhampton Beach outposts, thanks to a fruitful collaboration with owner Jeff Goldstein, who has been a friend of the Ronsons since they were teens.

Mollie Ruprecht

As the editor of the online luxury marketplace 1stdibs.com and daughter of Sotheby’s chairman and CEO William Ruprecht, Mollie’s keen eye is reflected in her Hamptons fashion choices. She’s often with fellow Moda Operandi gals Hayley Bloomingdale and Indre Rockefeller or boyfriend Alexander Acquavella.

Andrés & Lauren Santo Domingo

She’s a cofounder of Moda Operandi and a permanent member of every best-dressed list. He’s the heir to a Colombian business empire. Together, they rule the Hamptons.

Maggy Frances Schultz

This emerging designer has fashion in her blood, as her father was the cofounder of Urban Outfitters and her mother was the right hand to Millard “Mickey” Drexler at Gap. When she’s not studying at New York University or assisting a prominent stylist, she can be seen around the Hamptons, hanging out with the rest of the young, fashionable crew.

Danielle & Jodie Snyder

The new fashion term “arm party” can be partially attributed to these stylish sisters of jewelry line Dannijo and their collection of chaotic yet elegant bracelets. They attribute their bohemian sensibility to growing up by the beach in Florida, and now, spending summers in Sag Harbor and Amagansett.

Taylor Tomasi Hill

Taylor’s chic street style landed her on Tommy Ton’s best-dressed list. Formerly creative director at Moda Operandi, she recently launched her own floral company, TTH Blooms.

Timo Weiland

As cofounder and creative director of his namesake New York City–based brand, Timo enjoys spending weekends in the Hamptons year-round and attributes his inspiration to the change of pace he feels when out East.

Olivier Zahm

Founder and owner of fashion and culture magazine Purple as well as a distinguished art curator who has showed at PS1, MoMA, and Centre Pompidou, this Frenchman is notorious for being the life of the party.

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