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Weekend in the Hamptons

James Andrew at the Parrish Museum

James Andrew at the Parrish Museum

As much as I adore my life in New York City I’m always thrilled to take a bit of a retreat from city life, and so I was quite happy this weekend when invited to a super chic pool side luncheon at a client’s place in South Hampton. After that, it was off to Bridge Hampton to luxuriate at a friends place.

Pictured above: a rainy day in Bridge Hampton provided a most perfect time to wander back to South Hampton for a quick bite and some culture at the Parrish Museum. I’ve always been fascinated by the collection of busts of Roman Emperors there, and the experience always has me dreaming of Italy.

Dressed for a rainy day, I’m sporting a black linen denim jacket with black suede elbow patches, Tom Ford pink cotton Glen plaid shirt with french cuffs, vintage cuff links in shell and coral beads, white Uniglo jeans, black alligator belt with sterling buckle, Pucci pocket square and white woven leather flip flop from Schettino di Capri, vintage Rolex watch and my fragrance is Tom Ford Neroli Portofino.


  1. James Andrew says:

    Darling Dean,

    Ever since I first met you with Albert Hadley- you have been the most sublime champion of ALL I have been sharing.

    Thank You!



  2. Dean says:


    Don’t you miss him? I know how important he was to you. I’m crazy about you and WIJW!


  3. CD says:


    Dear James,

    This is such a fantastic photograph of you wittily concealing Parrish Museum’s full-length marble reproduction of the remarkable Augustus of Prima Porta statue of the Vatican Museum’s Braccio Nuovo Gallery. The complex bas relief of the protective armor of Augustus that is behind you, replete with mythological and political allegories, has now become replaced by exquisite clothing and accoutrements designed by the likes of Tom Ford and Pucci.


    P.S. I must admit that the Parrish Art Museum is one of my ulterior motives to head over to Southampton to spend time with family—whether it is a 4th of July weekend or New Year’s Eve (I do, however, head back to the city at 12:12 am in the latter instance).

    I am so thrilled of the November opening of the new Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, an outstanding architectural project that has been designed by Herzog & de Meuron. I think the new Parrish will transform the East End.

    Thanks again for having reformulated the Parrish garden so deftly.

  4. James Andrew says:

    Dear CD,

    I have always been so fond of this-such a sublime sight right in the middle of South Hampton.

    I am a hug fan of Herzog & De Meuron and can’t wait to see the new museum.



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