By Heather Bryce
Artists, socialites and the just plain glamorous came out of hibernation to attend the Parrish Art Museum’s annual Spring Fling. Festively clad Hamptonites explored the galleries for clues in the traditional Art Scavenger Hunt while others danced to the vibes of rocking band Noiz Entertainment. Partygoes lined up for mini lobster rolls and other goodies provided by Southampton Social Club. Tasty cocktails made with Mamont Vodka were supplied courtesy of Niche Import Co. We hobnobbed with architect-turned-photographer Jonathan Morse, food and restaurant (21 Club) maven Karine Bakhoun, fashion stylist Carmen Adriana, Saunders real estate agent Drew Green and his lovely wife Eva Saleh who was excited about her new job in marketing at East Hampton’s Amaden Gay Agency. Debra Scott and Mark Drucker were in deep discussions about their respective magazines. Hers is SHELTER: The Hamptons, focused on the South Fork’s architecture, building, and design worlds. His is Hamptons Beachouse, which is online only. Proceeds are earmarked for the museum’s education projects.
Photos by Tom Fitzgerald and Pam Deutchman www.society-in-focus.com