Featured in Hamptons Monthly: Brand Profile - Takuya Duncan

Featured in Hamptons Monthly: Brand Profile - Takuya Duncan
Worlds collided when the pair fused the casual, modern lifestyle of the Hamptons with top Japanese craftsmanship to create Takuya Duncan. The brand that’s dedicated to effortless essentials was built to offer a seamless blend of understated luxury and relaxed style. How did they do it? 

The Making of the Montauk Pant: Hamptons Inspired, Made in Japan

The Making of the Montauk Pant: Hamptons Inspired, Made in Japan
Takuya Duncan, while in Kyushu region of Japan recently discovered a century old vertical mill that has perfected the art of making traditional cotton Kimonos.  We were so impressed with the craftsmanship that goes into the entire development process from the twisting of fibers to the dying process to the weaving...

Artist Scott Bluedorn, Living on the Edge of the Land

Artist Scott Bluedorn, Living on the Edge of the Land
The Hamptons has a long history of being home to artists and writers drawn by its beautiful beaches, landscapes and escapism from hectic city life.  One up-and-coming artist that calls East Hampton home is Hamptons' born and raised surfer Scott Bluedorn who attended School of Visual Arts in NYC, but found himself drawn back after spending several years in NYC. 

The Sake Samurai

The Sake Samurai
If you have been to the Hamptons then you have no doubt ate at Sen.  Sen is one of the best Japanese restaurants in the Hamptons, Sag Harbor to be specific. On a recent Sunday evening we attended a Sake Tasting event there hosted by Ryunosuke (Jesse) Matsuoka...