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An incredible roster of talented creative types, entrepreneurs, and art lovers came together in the name of surfing last weekend to celebrate the opening of Alberto Guglielmi's portrait series, "Surfer DNA." The Montauk Beach House was buzzing with writers, filmmakers, fashion designers, and more, who ventured to the coast on Friday to admire Guglielmi's photographic work. The exhibit captured a slew of celebrity surfers (including Cynthia Rowley and Anna Sophia Robb) with fins budding from their bodies, illustrating the undeniable ties that are created between surfers and the waves they flock to. Inspired in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the exhibit offered 100% of its proceeds to Sandy-relief initiatives.
In case you missed it, catch a glimpse of all of the fun in the pictures ahead.
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