Design Luminaries Welcomed in the Centennial Edition of the East Hampton Antiques & Design Show Benefiting the East Hampton Historical Society


A Preview Cocktail Party for the Centennial edition of the East Hampton Antiques & Design Show, held on the evening of Friday, July 15, was a sell-out success and hosted a blockbuster crowd of design aficionados, media mavens, history buffs and local dignitaries. 

Set on the bucolic grounds of Mulford Farm in the heart of East Hampton Village, the East Hampton Historical Society welcomed back an All-Star cast of Honorary Chairs from past Antiques Shows. Design luminaries came out in full force to show their support, including:

Jonathan Adler
Simon Doonan
Stephen Drucker
Steven Gambrel
David Netto
Tom Samet
Scott Sanders
Marshall Watson
Tom Scheerer
Bernt Heiberg

Distinguished guests included Maria Shriver, Steve Long (Executive Director of the East Hampton Historical Society), Debbie & Henry Druker, Mike Clifford, Frank Newbold, James Blauvelt, Hollis Forbes, Dale Ellen Leff, Lys Marigold & Dianne Benson, Katharine Rayner, Dwyer & Michael Derrig, Steel Marcoux (Veranda Magazine EIC), Laura Doyle & Zayd Hammam, Dorian & Gary Fuhrman, Tiger & Katy Graham, and Carrie Barrat.

Guests enjoyed getting first looks at the amazing array of antiques and collectibles while getting antiquing tips from interior design industry experts. Ticket proceeds benefited the East Hampton Historical Society. 

The East Hampton Antiques & Design Show continued on Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17, 2022.  Now in its sixteenth year, the East Hampton Antiques & Design Show is widely recognized as the premier antiques & design event on eastern Long Island. Over 50 elite art and antique dealers participated, offering a diverse assemblage of rare and unique items for the home and garden. The show received over fifteen hundred visitors.

The 2022 East Hampton Antiques & Design Show was made possible in part by the generous support of media sponsor Veranda Magazine, Citi Private Bank, Doyle Auction House, Amagansett Wine & Spirits, Sunscoop/Supergoop, and Landscape Details. The show was managed by Brian Ferguson Antiques of Massachusetts.