Over the weekend, Holiday House Hamptons presented by HC&G (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens) kicked off its second edition with an elegant “White Gala” opening night preview event, and is now officially open to the public every day through September 1.
The design community was out in full force to celebrate the opening and support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Notable attendees included Jay McInerny, Anne Hearst, Campion and Tatiana Platt, Milly de Cabrol, Ani Antreasyan, Mary McDonald and Kendell Cronstrom, among others.
Guillaume Gentet, Marianne Howatson, Iris Dankner, David Carpenter at the opening night gala
Vicente Wolf and Campion Platt in there Holiday House Hamptons rooms
“We are thrilled to return to the Hamptons this summer with another must-see showhouse in a truly spectacular location,” said Holiday House founder Iris Dankner. “This showhouse is extra meaningful to me. For the first time ever I am both Co-Chair and a designer for Holiday House Hamptons. It was exciting constructing my own vision and I am honored to have worked alongside our amazing designers in creating this event. I invite everyone to join us in celebrating life this summer in Sag Harbor!”
2014 Holiday House Hamptons designers and chairs
Created in partnership with HC&G at a new location, the Watchcase in Sag Harbor, 17 designers transformed the luxury condominium spaces into a true beach house escape in typical Hamptons style.
Themes in this year’s home include Platt’s penthouse master bedroom inspired by a “Spring Awakening,” an East Coast terrace transformed into a European garden by de Cabrol and Antreasyan, West Chin’s “Summer Love” townhouse living and dining rooms, a tented oasis created to feel like summer in the South of France designed by Vicente Wolf, and more.
Below is a preview of the spaces at this year’s Holiday House Hamptons:
Elizabeth Dow Home
The house is open daily through Sunday, August 10, from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased online. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Photo Credit: Party, Richard Lewin for HC&G; House, Paul Domzal