Hamptons Delights

Hamptons Delights

It’s been another beautiful month out east.

On August 13, Kate Bock hosted a lovely party. The Sports Illustrated Model and Entrepreneur made the day at Topping Rose House a magical Mediterranean summer staycation with highlights of Pompette’s refreshing citrus flavors. As chief brand officer of the hard sparkling water she hosted a day of beauty, relaxation and wellness. Nearly two dozen guests gathered for the day that also celebrated her fantastic cover on Hamptons Magazine.

Kate Bock Courtesy Pompette

Starting off the day with a wonderful and energetic workout class by Katia Pryce’s Dancebody, Guests took the floor while outfitted in colorful Alo Yoga attire.

ecofashioncorp and Marci Zaroff took over the  Montauk Beach House to celebrate the brands sustainable mission. Since coining the term “ECOfashion” in 1995, Zaroff has spent several decades as living proof that an individual can be both a tree-hugger and a fashionista.

At the venue her wildly successful brand YesAnd was showcased. The highlight of the event focused on clothes that are made with a commitment to use organic cotton with fair labor and low impact dyes.

Scott Greenburg, Erin Schrode, Marci Zaroff, Parker Winston, Eve Winston photo by Rob Rich

It was a pleasantly beautiful party that honored Zaroff’s manifestation of her vision to change the world through sustainable business. Time and time again the founder and creator has proved that a business can be thought provoking and fashion forward.

August 14, Questlove took over hotspot Calissa in Water Mill.

Photo By @respectivecollective @calissahamptons @bclentertainment

Notable guests included Cristina Cuomo, Melissa Wood, and Noah Tepperberg.

And then on August 15, Paddle Diva joined efforts with Project Zero, an ocean conservancy non-profit, to be part of the wave of change at Haven’s Beach in Sag Harbor in a paddle race that helped turn the tide on climate crisis.

Gina Bradley joined the group of dedicated environmental advocates to host Stand Up for the Ocean. She will be alongside fellow hosts: surfer and owner of The Flower Shop restaurant in NYC, Ronnie Flynn; Project Zero board of trustees, James Jagger and John De Neufville; creator and founder of Let’s Take Care, Mei Kwok; Standup Journal editor, Evelyn O’Doherty; artist Beth O’Donnell; and celebrity DJ Alexandra Richards.

Photo by Rob Rich

Project Zero’s advocacy initiatives protect mother natures biggest playground— the ocean— which makes up 99% of livable space on Earth, but only 2% of it is protected. Through their conservation efforts, and global support, they’ve developed a network of ocean sanctuaries to reduce the effects of climate change. But it’s only through awareness and donations that their mission can continue. Sponsors included La Croix and Volvo.

Happy summer!


ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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