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The eleventh annual East Hampton Antiques Show & Preview Cocktail will take place in East Hampton village July 21-23.  

East Hampton Antiques Show and Preview Party
The 11th annual East Hampton Antiques Show kicks off on Friday, July 21, with a preview cocktail party chaired by interior designer Tom Samet at which attendees will have a chance to buy items early. The show runs Saturday through Sunday at Mulford Farm in East Hampton Village (10 James Ln., East Hampton). The event highlights vintage antiques, art, jewelry, and collectibles for the home and garden. Admission to the antiques show is $10; access to early buying starts at $20. Tickets for the cocktail party start at $150 per person and include return visits over the weekend. Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the East Hampton Historical Society.

Vanessa Friedman Talks the Future of Fashion
On July 20, Vanessa Friedman, chief fashion critic for the New York Times, will sit down for a discussion with Hazel Clark, research chair of fashion at Parsons School of Design, as part of the Museum of Arts & Design’s “Fashion After Fashion” series (2 Columbus Circle). The duo will discuss the current state of fashion, look at where the industry is headed, and answer the question of whether fashion is truly dead — or as vital a cultural force as ever. Tickets are $15 ($10 for members and students).

West Village and Meatpacking District Walking Tour
The AIA New York Center for Architecture will lead a walking tour of the West Village and the Meatpacking District on July 23. The group meets at the corner of Macdougal Street and Macdougal Alley and will be shown structures built in the Modern style, as well as newer buildings that have made use of the adaptive-reuse process by repurposing and renovating to maintain the neighborhood’s aesthetic while conserving energy and waste. Tickets are $30 ($20 for members and students).


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