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Four Things to Do in the Hamptons This Weekend

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SOUTHAMPTON—Get a dose of beauty with your bikini shopping at Malia Mills tomorrow and Saturday, when the Upper East Side's Fix Beauty Bar pops in for blowouts and manicures. If you book both, it's just $40, and you can come straight from the beach with wet hair for styling. Head over on Friday between 1pm and 6pm or Saturday between 11am and 5pm. At 53 Jobs Lane.

WATERMILL—Next Saturday, July 26th is the 17th annual Super Saturday, hosted by Donna Karan and Kelly Ripa to benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund. As usual, the family-friendly day includes a bevy of designer sales from the likes of Iro, J Brand, curations from Rachel Zoe, and many more. QVC will do a live broadcast, and the Priv mobile braid bar and Rolls Royce photo booth will be on hand for party fun. Click here to purchase your tickets. At 60 Millstone Road.

EAST HAMPTON—Take a styling lesson with Eleanor Kalle jewelry at the Milly store this Saturday from 1pm to 4pm. The NYC-based designers will be on hand to show how to wear anything from body chains to cocktail rings while shoppers sip champagne and shop. At 54 Main Street.

BRIDGEHAMPTON—Join Brooke Shields as she hosts the St. Barth Hamptons Gala with Social Life Magazine at the Bridgehampton Museum. Sure, tickets are $100, but that gets you a four-hour open bar plus a gift bag from Escada. Click here to get your ticket—the sooner, the better. At 2368 Montauk Highway.

SAG HARBOR—Most stores are already stocked with fall merchandise, but Donna Karan has just released an in-season collection called "The Journey" at her Urban Zen store here. Inspired by the Hamptons, the collection features wrap dresses, sari tops, and leather jewelry handmade in New York City and Italy that work for both late summer beach weekends and city work days. At 4 Bay Street.

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