Showing posts with label PARRISH ART MUSEUM. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PARRISH ART MUSEUM. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 26, 2017



Photos By: Patrick McMullan

Stunning Jean Shafiroff

 Jean Shafiroff And Caroline Z

Jean Shafiroff was photographed in a Caroline Z Gown at the Parrish Art Museum's Midsummer Party in the Hampton's.

Mrs. Shafiroff stunned the crowd in a striking white vinyl laser cut and turquoise tulle gown designed by 27 year old talented fashion designer Caroline Z.

The Parrish Art Museum's Midsummer Party (Water Mill, New York) raised in excess of $1.25 million. The event honored philanthropist Agnes Gund and artist, Clifford Ross whose work was on exhibit .

Tuesday, July 12, 2016



Jean Shafiroff

Jean Shafiroff was among the many distinguished attendees at the Midsummer Party at the Parrish Art Museum this past Saturday in Southampton, NY. This event is regarded by many as the highlight of summer social season, attracting thousands of notable guests and Jean Shafiroff was one of the fashion highlights of the night. Shafiroff is an avid style and fashion trend setter, and has been profiled in many publications. Other notable attendees included: Alessandro Nivola, Nicole Miller, Sandra Lee, Anne Huntington and Dorothy Lichtenstein.

Shafiroff was dressed in a yellow Carolina Herrera dress constructed with embossed foam rubber. The light yellow ensemble was accessorized with red-orange plastic statement earrings, from Oscar de la Renta, that mimicked the draping of the dress, and an accompanying clutch, from Dior, of the same color. Her outfit also included a bright green plastic jacket by André Courréges. The beautiful dress cascaded down her frame impeccably, and made her a sight you could not forget.

The Midsummer Party at the Parish Art Museum honored philanthropist Barbara Slifka and brought together philanthropists, artists, business leaders and art world guests in support of the museum on Long Island’s East End. Jean Shafiroff in Carolina Herrera emulated the illuminating and creative qualities of the collection at the Parrish Art Museum.

Jean Shafiroff is the author of the book Successful Philanthropy: How to Make a Life by What You Give available now in selected bookstores.

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Photo Courtesy Of: BFA

Friday, November 09, 2012



The Historic Southampton Inn

Enjoy a weekend getaway, filled with culture and cinema at Southampton Inn. To celebrate The African American Museum of the East End’s 7th Annual Black Film Festival, Southampton Inn is offering a special of $139* ($129* for students), for an overnight stay on Saturday, November 17th, 2012, with the purchase of two tickets to the film festival.

Guests can extend their stay for additional nights for $100* per room per night, and take advantage of Southampton Inn’s central location to explore all Southampton Village has to offer. Browse nearby designer boutiques, walk the beautiful autumn beaches, visit winery tasting rooms, art galleries, parks and museums, dine at the Hamptons’ best restaurants, see repertory theatre and first run movies, enjoy a scenic lighthouse tour and hike or horseback ride through the falling leaves. In the evening, take a candlelight tour of the historic Rogers Mansion or relax by the fire in our library.

*plus tax, subject to availability and certain restrictions apply

*Student ID must be presented at check-in to qualify for student discount

The African American Museum of the East End 7th Annual Black Film Festival

Saturday, November 17, 2012.

12:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

The “New” Parrish Art Museum

279 Montauk Highway

Water Mill, NY 11976 

SOUTHAMPTON INN is located at 91 Hill Street in Southampton, New York.

Telephone: 631-283-6500