Revival Swimwear- WWD

It’s key beach season in the Northern Hemisphere, but buyers already are thinking of next summer as they get ready to hit the shows and events of Miami Swim Week. One key trend — as elsewhere in fashion — is retro, with a return to minimal suits in plain white or black or in contrasting graphic patterns. Get ready to jump in.

Jessica Hart – Vogue

Memorial Day has come and gone, which means that summer is officially here. For some, that might mean loosening up one’s wardrobe, maybe incorporating more loose, neutral-colored linens or simple white slip dresses. But for others—celebrities, to be exact—the change in seasons means shifting your sense of style into higher gear.

Anne de Paula – Husskie

Discovered by talent scouts at the age of 14, Anne De Paula really hit the limelight in 2017 when she featured in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Model Search. Since then, the Rio de Janeiro-born model has gone on to appear in more issues of the magazine as well as being signed with leading modelling agency – Wilhelmina Models. And with a body of work suggested by the above – unsurprisingly, the likes are rolling in when it comes to this one’s Instagram feed.

New York Pilates – Observer

New York Pilates opened a Montauk studio in 2017, and this year it’s expanding to Southampton. The new location will officially launch later in the summer, with signature Pilates reformer classes and activations like a Sakara Life pop-up. Oh, and it’ll be open year-round, so you can get your fitness fix off-season, too. New York Pilates.

ONDYN – NY Post

Illustrious jewelry designer Tara Maria Famiglietti (whose A-list clients include Angelina Jolie, Madonna, Gisele Bündchen, Jessica Alba and Ali MacGraw, to name a few) and her husband, musician Matt White, don’t remember exactly when it happened. But at some point in the last year or so, the pair found themselves living full time in their five-bedroom, two-story cedar-shingle home in Sag Harbor.