The second annual edition of The Bridge, presented by Swiss watch manufacturer Richard Mille, returned to The Bridge golf club – the Bridgehampton Race Circuit’s former home – in Bridgehampton on Saturday, September 16. Attendees admired over 100 rare and vintage cars like a 1957 Porsche Speedster, which was originally raced by factory driver Lake Underwood and a veteran of the Bridgehampton Race Circuit, a 1957 Jaguar XKSS, the first of 16 built, and a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette NART LeMAns race car, one of 17 Corvettes to have raced at LeMans. Suzanne Butler, Max Levai, Pascal Spengemann and artist Lars Fisk organized the art fair that highlighted works from Marlborough Gallery, David Zwirner, David Kordansky, CANADA Gallery, Karma, and Mitchell-Innes & Nash presented within Lars Fisk-designed doublewide shipping containers.
The invite-only event brought out Beyonce and Jay-Z, Swizz Beatz, Donna Karan, Gabby Karan de Felice, Flaviana Matata, Lyor Cohen, Andy Thomas, Robert Melville, David Fink, Roger and Wendy Ferris, Howard Lorber, Jeff Goldberger, Stuart Parr, Vito Schnabel, David Mugrabi, Christopher Pagani, Silke and Savas Tsititridis, Woody Boley, Joey Wolffer, and Vladimir Voronchenko.
Jimmy Fallon toasted to his 43rd birthday in the Hamptons a little early. On Saturday evening, The Tonight Show host – whose birthday is September 19 – and wife Nancy Juvonen enjoyed an intimate dinner in the downstairs Tavern of The 1770 House in East Hampton. At the end of the meal diners joined in to sing Happy Birthday as Fallon was presented with a candle-lit vanilla and chocolate ice cream birthday cake house-made by Chef Michael Rozzi. Fallon invited fellow patrons to join his birthday festivities by asking to share his cake with the entire room.
Pal and Hamptons bro-biking buddy Justin Timberlake shared his well wishes on Instagram, captioning a pic of the duo BBQing: “Happy Birthday, @jimmyfallon‼️ Remember that time when we were just two bros hanging out, drinking beer, grilling hamburgers and hot dogs and talking about life and who had the better hairline and who was always the first to crack up in our sketches… OOOH, and who would probably cry the most at the animated movies our kids watched and who was the nicer one of us two and crazy stuff like why do you park on a driveway and drive on a parkway?! Yeah… I remember that too!
Just two bros.
Doing bro stuff.”