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Summer Zones

As summer thoughts take over our minds… we Z O N E to wondrous places that we are itching to go to and soak up the sun. We have some wanderlust destinations picked out for you that will make you want to pack your suit and cash in your savings. To Sua // Samoa To Sua… literally meaning ‘big hole’ is located in the village of Lotofaga on the Island of Samoa, where the weather nearly is perfect and there is plenty of unspoiled nature wherever you look. (No, not the girl scout cookie). Here, you can access the 30 foot lava field trench only via ladder, but it is oh so worth it! Unique. Refreshing. Crystal Clear. Ocean Fed…Get us on a plane, asap. Giola Lagoon // Greece There is nothing like spending the day diving into a warm natural rock pool that looks out into the waters of the aegean sea. This gem is located on an island on northern coast of Greece and while the trek to get here can get long, you will be generously rewarded. The friendly local vibes make your experience welcoming and thrilling!  Rio Celeste // Costa Rica Start your hike early in the morning through the Teronio National Park, where you trek through canopy trees filled with singing birds, white faced monkeys, and butterflies. After a few miles of hiking you come upon what could quite possibly be something out of a fairytale. Rio Celeste. The waterfall pours into the blue pool that takes your breath away when you see it for the first time. The intense turquoise water is created by volcanic minerals in rocks underneath the surface. The cool mist you feel upon your skin when you arrive will make you want to jump in immediately. You’ll leave asking yourself, was that really real? It's time to E X P L O R E !
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Quincy Davis On Beach Beauty

When Quincy Davis arrived at the Vogue offices on a recent Wednesday afternoon, it was nearly impossible not to notice her quintessential blonde beach hair and tawny, poreless skin. Standing in stark contrast to the office set, the 19-year-old Volcom-sponsored surfer has built a life on her days in the sun.   A Montauk native who has been surfing since she was seven, Davis has learned a thing or two about making the look work for her. Days spent carving out lines on waves from Australia to Puerto Rico or hitting her favorite breaks in Hawaii and the Maldives may leave her little time for makeup, but they require a professional-level knowledge of hair and skin protection. Here, Davis sat down to talk to us about the best waterproof sunscreen, après-sun hair treatments, and the most energizing meal in the Hamptons. You’re outdoors and on the water all day. What do you use to protect your skin? I’m constantly in the sun, so I’m always trying to protect my skin as much as I can. When I’m surfing, I always wear Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protection Cream+ because it really stays on in the water. I’ve been using it for five years, so I trust it. I don’t wear makeup when I surf, but that sunscreen is a little tinted, which helps. When I’m out of the water, I like wearing Coola SPF 30 on my face, because it’s really soft on your skin, but isn’t too thick or greasy. It doesn’t feel like it’s blocking your pores. What about skincare? I’m always traveling on planes and being exposed to different climates, so I have to stay moisturized. I wash my face with Fresh Soy Face Cleanser because it’s gentle and use the Clarisonic. At the end of the day, I just want to get everything off, especially the sunscreen, and the Clarisonic takes care of that. I’m really into oils right now—I think they hydrate my skin the most. Colbert MD Illumino Face Oil works really well for me. I put it on after I wash my face to give my skin a good glow. How does surfing and traveling affect your hair? My hair gets fried from the sun and from being in different types of water. I’m always trying to restore moisture and keep it as healthy as I can. Before I go in the water, I put Moroccan oil at the tips of my hair and in the front because that’s the part that gets the most sun. Twice a week, I do the Kérastase Masque Elixir Ultime to soften my hair and make it more manageable, and after I shower, I always put in Bumble and Bumble’s Quenching Complex to hydrate it. Do you get any salon treatments? After being away for a few months, when I get back to Montauk I go to nearby AKF Salon and get a Pre Art clarifying treatment to strip all of the bad water out of my hair. It makes your hair a lot healthier. I’ve gotten a Keratin treatment a few times to restore protein. It helps tame my hair. You’re so fresh-faced. Do you ever wear makeup? I do wear makeup occasionally when I’m going out with the girls or out to dinner. I’m a fan of Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer because it has SPF, it moisturizes, and gives me an even complexion. I’m a big fan of natural-looking makeup, like NARS Orgasm blush and Laguna bronzer duo. For my eyes, I just discovered Blinc mascara, and I’m a really big fan of the way it volumizes and lengthens. My eyebrows get really light from the sun, so if I want to make them pop more, I love the Lancôme eyebrow pencil. Being a professional athlete keeps you in great shape, but do you do anything aside from surfing to cross train? My shoulders and arms get the most toned from surfing from all of the paddling. It’s a good thigh workout, too. But I like to change it up with running, cycling, and boxing. I get bored of the same thing. What do you like most about surfing in the Hamptons? It’s fun to be able to surf here with my family and closest friends. In the fall, we get a hurricane swell. The waves are better, and the crowd has usually left by then. But even this summer, there was a really fun day of barreling waves. My brother and I stayed out for hours. Where is the best after-surf meal in Montauk? I usually go to my brother’s restaurant, Happy Bowls, for an acai bowl. It’s the perfect re-energizing meal for me after a day at the beach. Read the full story here: http://vogue.cm/WyVwDq
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#MusicMonday | | Sea Pony

In just over a year, Seapony have gone fro buzzed-about midwest transplants to reliable dream pop purveyors, with fans from the shore of the Pacific Northwest to the neon-dappled wards of Japan. the band is entering a new and more ambitious period in their career, with a sharper-than-ever live show and a fan base that grows by the day.  Formed in 2010, Seapony is bassist Iam Brewer and core songwriting duo--and longtime couple-- Jen Weidl {guitars, vocals, lyrics} and Danny Rowland {guitar, lyrics}, who met in Ohio in the early 2000s.  Do yourself a favor and have a listen!  http://bit.ly/1qTiDVw
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Girl Gone Grunge

We are getting back to our roots with the Fall 14 collection. Revel in last night’s hair, smudged eyeliner, chipped nails, shoes optional, rad stories a must. Be effortlessly you in styles like the Burn Free Dress, Weirdos Rad Tee and Open Book Pullover. From concerts to coffee dates dress up and mess it up with the girl gone grunge line.
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Coco Ho Surfing Naked for ESPN Body Issue

Teddy Ward interviewed our girl Coco Ho on her ESPN Body Issue appearance. Read on and rejoice…Coco Ho brings to light the beauty behind the body. "It's a tribute to what their bodies are capable of. It's a collaboration of athletes and great photography that showcases so many different sports and body types." What takes some of the controversy -- yet by no means any of the beauty -- out of this sixth annual issue is who Coco is getting shot next to. World-class athletes like Venus Williams and Michael Phelps. Travis Pastrana and Larry Fitzgerald. Modern greats in their respective fields of sport. And yeah, totally naked. Have you been a longtime fan of ESPN’s Body Issue? Did you ever see yourself being a part of it? Coco Ho: I actually have been a fan of the Body Issue since I saw it a few years ago. I think I always admired the athletes for stripping down and portraying strong bodies as beauty -- not as sexy nude shoots. I really do see the integrity in ESPN as a whole and think of it as something so prestigious, like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that I've always wanted to be a part of. When I saw Kelly Slater, Maya Gabeira, and Steph Gilmore’s [photos], the only thought that registered was: ‘This is sick! And it’s the only nude shoot I’d ever do!’ [laughs] What was it like to actually surf naked? Had you ever done that before?  Well… It was terrible and I’m never doing it again! [laughs] Really, you would think it would be freeing or something, but it was just plain weird, and everywhere got sunburnt! Doesn’t your brother Mason surf naked sometimes? What did he have to say about it? I don't think he knows I actually surfed. Really, he might be bummed that my nude-surf goes more mainstream than his [laughs]. Just kidding; pretty sure he’d be psyched. So where did you go to surf on this shoot? As it's summer in Hawaii and the waves are really small, we were able to find some tiny waves on the outer reefs of Hawaii Kai [Oahu’s South Shore]. It was quite the experience with a boat as base camp, and then a zodiac and Jet Skis to help us find some waves! And your dad, what did he have to say about it? Also, was your boyfriend [pro snowboarder Mark McMorris] okay with it, or kind of hesitant? As far as my dad, it was one of those conversations with your parent where you quickly tell them what you're doing and then run out of the room, leaving no time for discussion. Especially when it's your dad! As for Mark, he is more aware of the prestige in The Body Issue. He is also the most supportive, career-savvy, honest boyfriend ever. He wants whatever is best for me and would be very honest if he thinks something isn’t. I take his words to heart and trust his decisions. He was actually very supportive of the shoot; he was even there with me the entire shoot. Like my safety net. Do you see a shoot like this playing into the “sex sells” theory at all? To me the ESPN Body issue doesn't play into the "sex sells" theory because I’m being photographed alongside 20-plus highly respected athletes portraying a body's strength as beauty -- not caked in makeup, laying on a bed. So you see this shoot in a totally different light? I do. I see it just as the editor of ESPN calls it: "A collaboration of athletes and great photography that showcases so many different sports and body types. The Body Issue is a tribute to what these bodies are capable of." I see it like that, too. Read the full article here: http://win.gs/1t50ZfE
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#MusicMonday | | Beach House

We can't stop listening to the soothing melodies of Beach House!   They play the game by their own rules, turning down high profile tour slots and TV advertisements, and often book small gigs not closely commensurate with their popularity. The band — who prefer to not be referred to a duo, but are essentially composed of singer/keyboardist Victoria Legrand and multi-instrumentalist Alex Scally, along with touring drummer Dan Franz. It's not  difficult to pinpoint just why Beach House is so popular. Their gauzy vintage synths, Scally’s intuitive slide guitar playing, and their tastefully unobtrusive drums render them sonically irresistible; those parts that flat-out serve the songs. Still, it’s just remarkable that a band with such inscrutable lyrics and often downcast instrumentation have managed to cultivate such an ardent fan base around the world. So much of their appeal stems from Legrand and Scally’s ability to each deliver formidable elements that serve as bright, blinding stars in their sonic constellation, crucial pieces of their luminous milieu. Give yourself to it fully and you’ll likely become enraptured. They’re that good: one of the finest bands of the past decade. Take a listen. http://bit.ly/1mdAPWW