The Party Continues in East Hampton and Beyond

Events keep happening, even as summer draws to a close
Christie Brinkley, Brooke Shields, Eugene Pack, and Jennifer Tilly, from left, paused for a moment between performances of Celebrity Autobiography at Guild Hall on Friday night. Morgan McGivern, photos

  It may have been the penultimate weekend of the summer, but the parties continued at East Hampton Point, B. Smith's, and c/o the Maidstone, among other establishments. This week's group of photos by Morgan McGivern focuses on events for the Feminist Press, the Women's Fund of Long Island, and Beach magazine. He also peaked backstage at Guild Hall's celebrity autobiography event.

Donna Karan served as M.C. for the Women's Fund of Long Island benefit at c/o the Maidstone on Thursday night.
ELEW was the surprise musical guest at WFLI.
Betty Schlein, the founder of WFLI, and Stacey Scarpone, the executive director, were joined by Susan Tamagni and Jordan Tamagni, seated.
Emily Mortimer, Sue Heatley, and Stuart Match Suna enjoyed the sunset at a Friday evening cocktail party for Beach magazine at East Hampton Point.
Jan Juran and Marianne Halverson along with her dog Lucy were also guests at East Hampton Point.
The Beach magazine party wasn't the only event that went to the dogs. This furry friend found a drink of his own at the WFLI party at c/o the Maidstone.
Edie Windsor, a part-time resident of Southampton and the face of a successful effort to strike down a key provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, was one of the readers at the Feminist Press event at B. Smith's on Sunday.
Dick Cavett swung for the stands at the Celebrity Autobiography red carpet on Friday at Guild Hall.