Author: Photographs by Richard Lewin

HC&G was the exclusive design and media sponsor for the Market Art + Design fair. When not admiring fabulous art at the opening night preview party, guests hung out in lounges designed by Room & Board and West Out East and took in breathtaking views of Mecox Bay.

On July 25, HC&G was the exclusive media sponsor for Harmonia’s first annual garden tour. Guests started the day with a breakfast reception at LongHouse Reserve, followed by a self-guided tour of four magnificent properties.

On June 19, media sponsor HC&G and the Madoo Conservancy held a preview cocktail party at the fifth annual Much Ado About Madoo garden market and fair. Guests mingled while shopping in dozens of vendor booths and taking in an exhibition of the late Robert Dash’s artwork, along with a silent auction and a live auction conducted by Jamie Niven of Sotheby’s.

On June 24, four design-industry titans judged the fifth annual HC&G Innovation in Design Awards over breakfast at the Fantini showroom in New York City.

Media sponsor HC&G helped kick off the Southampton Historical Museum’s 6th Annual Tour of Southampton Homes with a sponsors’ cocktail party.

Canvas Home celebrates springs in its Chelsea Shop. Guests included Canvas Home founder Andrew Corrie, Harriet Maxwell Macdonald, Emory Sullivan of Tai Ping Carpets, Jane Twombly of AKDO and Todd Alchin and Lindsay Lustberg of Ikon3.

CTC&G’s Editorial Director D.J. Carey hosted an informative color presentation and luncheon for an exclusive group of designers in the Aerin showroom at the New York Design Center.

Horses and riders in the ring aren't the only competitors on closing day of the Hampton Classic. Every year, innovative decorators play off equestrian themes, beach topics, end-of-summer flowers, business logos, bright bursts of color, to create table settings for their guests in the ringside VIP tent. The Editor in Chief of HC&G (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens), Kendell Cronstrom, selects the winning tables each year. Choosing among the myriad creations isn't easy but here is the outcome this year.

The 7th Annual ArtHamptons kicked off on Thursday, July 12th at The Sculpture Field at Nova's Ark in Bridgehampton. HC&G hosted a VIP Reception in the HC&G Artists & Collectors Lounge.

HC&G was the exclusive media sponsor of the fourth annual Much Ado About Madoo, a three-day garden fair and home accessories market at the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack. During the kick-off cocktail party, guests enjoyed great shopping and live and silent auctions.

HC&G sponsored the Southampton Historical Museum’s fifth annual Tour of Southampton Homes, which started with a kickoff cocktail reception at host Jeff Pfeifle’s home in Water Mill.

On April 26, HC&G toasted the upcoming summer season by hosting an afternoon event at the spectacular Linden Estate by James Michael Howard in Water Mill. Design-world guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while learning how to enter the HC&G Innovation in Design Awards, which will be held on August 7.

Christofle and entertaining expert Hilary Pereira hosted an exclusive cocktail party at Holiday House Hamptons presented by HC&G.

At Serena & Lily in Wainscott, HC&G toasted designers Jennifer Mabley and Austin Handler as the couple celebrated their 10th Anniversary in business in the Hamptons.

As the exclusive media sponsor of the sixth annual ArtHamptons fair, HC&G hosted a special “Artists & Collectors” VIP party on opening night.

HC&G was the exclusive media sponsor of the third annual Much Ado About Madoo cocktail party and garden market in Sagaponack, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Madoo Conservancy as a public garden.

The Southampton Historical Museum and media sponsor HC&G celebrated the fourth annual Tour of Southampton Homes with a kickoff cocktail party at a historic East End home the night before the tour.

HC&G held a panel discussion, Deeds & Don’ts: A Deeper Dive, at a private home in East Hampton.

The East Hampton Historical Society and media sponsor HC&G brought in the holiday season with the society's 28th annual house tour, featuring five unique homes that showcase the best of both historic and modern architecture in the Hamptons.