Pure Picks: Carolyn Murphy

This year, supermodel Carolyn Murphy serves as honorary co-chair (alongside former New York Mets player Keith Hernandez) at the Wellness Foundation’s annual benefit at Mulford Farm on June 16. The healthy living enthusiast shares some of her favorite places to shop, exercise and eat in the Hamptons.
“Anywhere out here is so beautiful,” says Murphy, “but there’s just something with Sag Harbor—the quaintness and the history, that resonates with me on a deeper level.”
“Tapovana Ashtanga Healing Center’s Ayurvedic meals are nourishing, and the yoga is blissful.” 977 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpke., Bridgehampton; tapovana.com
“Saturday foraging at Quail Hill Farm is a great way to support local farming and be a part of the community.” 660 Old Stone Hwy., Amagansett; peconiclandtrust.org
“Grab a green juice from Provisions with extra lemon. It’s alkalizing and healthy.” 7 Main St., Sag Harbor; provisionsnaturalfoods.com
“Fresh bread from Night Owl Baker in Montauk is fermented and baked with care for those of us with gluten sensitivities.” Stocked weekly at the following locations: Provisions, Sag Harbor; Organic Krush, Amagansett; Mary’s Marvelous, East Hampton; Gosman’s Market, Montauk; and The Market, Montauk; or available via mail order at tracy@nightowlbaker.com


“SHIMA (Sag Harbor Integrative Medicine Associates) has two of the best holistic, integrative doctors around.” 34 Bay St., No. 204, Sag Harbor; shimahealth.com


“For sun protection, I like EiR Surf Paste at Pilgrim Surf + Supply.” 4 Amagansett Square, Amagansett; pilgrimsurfsupply.com
“I rely on Green Thumb for Bees’ Needs honey and all the starter plants in my veggie garden.” 829 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill; greenthumborganicfarm.com