The Manhattan interior design showcase Holiday House is debuting the first-ever Hamptons show house in partnership with HC&G (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens) to take place in summer June 23 to July 21 in Bridgehampton, NY, benefitting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Leonard Lauder will be the Honorary Chair and Aerin Lauder, Thom Filicia and Tony Ingrao will serve as Design Chairs.
Leonard Lauder photo courtesy Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Iris Dankner, founder of Holiday House, is a 15-year breast cancer survivor who created the event to join her passion for interior design with her determination to eradicate this deadly disease. “Having grown up on Long Island and now spending each summer in The Hamptons, I know breast cancer continues to affect the community here at an alarming rate," she said. "With HC&G as the perfect media partner, I am thrilled at the opportunity to bring my annual Manhattan showhouse to the beautiful town of Bridgehampton this June. I invite everyone to come and celebrate life with us!”
Kendell Cronstrom, Editor in Chief of HC&G, says, “As admirers of Holiday House NYC, we at HC&G are so pleased to give a sense of place to Iris’s mission in our own backyard. HC&G Holiday House Hamptons will encompass all that is wonderful and stylish about summertime in The Hamptons while lending support to this worthy cause. We can’t wait to see what our exciting list of established and up-and-coming designers dream up for their personal spaces.”
The HC&G Holiday House Hamptons Opening Night Gala on Saturday, June 22nd, will kick off an array of exciting events to take place during the five weeks the showhouse is open.The showhouse will be featured in the July 15th issue of HC&G.
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