On Saturday, June 3, Christie Brinkley celebrated son Jack Brinkley-Cook’s 22nd birthday with daughter Alexa Ray Joel at The Surf Lodge in Montauk. The supermodel and her son adorably sported similarly striped navy and white shirts.
“She was having a great time,” noted a concertgoer.
Brinkley took to social media to share several photos from the birthday festivities, including one of them in their accidental matching ensembles. “More Fun at Surf Lodge #twinningcoincidence #surflodge #montauk #musicfoodfriendsfun 😎🎵🎂💙🥂🍾🎶❤️,” the supermodel captioned the photo that was posted to her Instagram page.
Morgan Collett and Colin Tunstall of Saturdays NYC, the hip fashion brand, were also spotted at The Surf Lodge. The duo hosted an intimate dinner for two dozen of their closest friends. Guests included Vogue‘s Selby Drummond and sculptor Rogan Gregory.
Additionally, artist Richard Phillips welcomed notable art world luminaries for a Signal Gallery installation, which included a tent filled with vaporized rosé, at the Montauk hotspot.
New York art legend Jane Dickson highlighted works from the eighties at the Boo-Hooray Summer Rental Gallery in Montauk on Saturday. The paintings, which were originally showcased at the infamous Times Square Show in 1980 of which Jean-Michel Basquiat (then SAMO) and Keith Haring were pivotal exhibitors, featured male anatomy painted on black plastic garbage bags.