The Knockturnal spent another glamorous weekend in the Hamptons: this time to attend Jill Zarin’s 6th Annual Luxury Luncheon in honor of her late husband, Bobby Zarin.
It certainly was a Real Housewives reunion on Saturday, July 28th, as Jill mingled with LeeAnne Locken, Vicki Gunvaison, Kathy Waklie, and Cindy Barshop at the annual lunch held this year at Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton.
With proceeds benefiting Thyroid Cancer Research, attendees had opportunities to check out the numerous gifting suites and even shop for a good cause! Be Bottle was on hand showing off their one-of-a-kind products with a removable bottom AND easy to carry handle. Blush & Whimsy was gifting guests their iconic flower lipstick which is like a mood ring … for your lips! Red, pink, orange? It’s different based on each person’s pH balance. Winky Lux had a pop up brow station and were also gifting their signature brow pen. And, there was no better way to bear the heat than a perfect braid at the pop braid bar by RPZL.
One of our favorite products at this year’s luncheon was One Two Cosmetics magnetic lashes. That’s right. No need for messy glue. These lashes are easy and look amazing. Plus their CEO, Katy Stoka, is a total boss babe.
Guests at the luncheon were also treated to light bites such as mini burgers straight off the grill , steak tacos, and a table of decadent desserts thanks to Rayo Events. And no Hamptons event would be complete without a lot of rosé . Luckily, Whispering Angel and Hamptons rosé were both on hand to quench that summer thirst. Tito’s Handmade Vodka also had a cocktail bar for those who think Vodka is superior to rosé (side note: it’s not!)
Other guests included: Patti Stanger (Million Dollar matchmaker), Heather McDonald, Ally Shapiro, Dina Lohan, Phillip Bloch (Celebrity Stylist), Rita Cosby, Carole Crist, Lisa Simonsen, DJ Samantha Michelle, Celebrity event planners Sean Koski and Brian Kelly of Ticket2Events.
A year is a long way away, but Jill dished how her late husband would always tell her, “Do it (the luncheon) one more year.”