This weekend legendary model and activist Christie Brinkley hosted the 7th Annual St. Barth Hamptons Gala, presented by Social Life magazine.
Hundreds of guests gathered at the Bridgehampton Historical Museum, and a portion of the proceeds benefitted the site. In attendance were Social Life Editor-in- Chief Devorah Rose and Dr. Martin Fox and actress Rebecca Knox, who all posed for some fun shots with Brinkley’s wonderful organic Prosecco brand, Bellisima.
“We have a sugar-free option, which is really important for those with restrictive diets,” stated Brinkley in a prior interview. “I feel so good when someone who is diabetic or needs a sugar-free option thanks me for giving them the ability to continue to enjoy celebrating with friends and family.”
Christine was radiant and happily posed for selfies with excited fans, including Michele Peacock, Dr. Kenneth Mark, Samantha Maserati and Dr. Christoper Calapai,
Guests enjoyed Bellisima Spritzers, Out East Rose, and hors d’oeuvres provided by Carlyle Caterers. Revelers danced the night away to the upbeat sounds of DJ Lee Kalt, and perused and bid on the exciting items in the Go Charity silent auction.
The event was sponsored by Bellisima Prosecco, Out East Rose, Carlyle Caterers and GoCharity, with stunning floral arrangements provided by Designs by Mark Masone.
The iconic supermodels July cover shoot channels the sirens versatility and ease with the camera as she poses in a variety of swimwear and elegant cocktail attire. Christie’s close relationship with Social Life magazine started six years ago when Editor in Chief Devorah Rose featured Christie Brinkley in a bikini, for the first time in 30 years for any magazine. In this month’s feature article, Christie discusses her life, loves and family including a cherished memory of her daughter Alexa Ray as a baby being placed on the grand piano, so her father’s Billy Joel music could reverberate through her body.
Social Life is the premier luxury publication for the Hamptons. The content – which covers the luxury lifestyle on the local, national, and international levels – targets the captive audience of high-net worth and high-income individuals that summer on the East End of Long Island. Luxury readers turn to Social Life to peruse the most exclusive event photos in society, read in-depth interviews with celebrities, and review sophisticated fashion editorial. By providing the readership with unparalleled content, Social Life has established itself as the “must read” magazine for Hamptons and Manhattan tastemakers.