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Neither bee stings nor extreme humidity could keep Hamptonites from the chance of grabbing cheap Marc Jacobs bags and cut-price Carolina Herrera dresses at Super Saturday 10 over the weekend.

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"I can't really tell the difference between the performers and the guests, but that's part of what I like about the whole thing," said Debbie Bancroft, before dinner and a live auction held by Simon de Pury for the likes of Jamee Gregory, Cecilia Dean and Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren of Viktor & Rolf, who flew in from Europe to attend the affair.

Meanwhile, the Giulianis finished off their day at a Cinema Society and Wall Street Journal screening of "Becoming Jane." At the after party, Heather Graham, Kelly Klein, Alex Kramer and Dylan Lauren joined the movie's star, Anne Hathaway, at the beachfront home of Jerry Della Femina and Judy Licht for appropriately traditional English fare, including roasted ham stuffed with prunes and new potatoes.

The next night, a crowd including Mort Zuckerman, Bruce Weber, Kerry Washington and Jeff Zucker filled the seats at the East Hampton Cinema for a screening of "The Bourne Ultimatum." The dinner afterward was no less crowded as everyone from Calvin Klein to Nacho Figueras headed to Cittanuova for rigatoni and ice cream.

But, while it may have seemed so, the Hamptons wasn't totally party central over the weekend. Across the Atlantic, Cartier hosted its annual polo extravaganza at Windsor Great Park on Sunday.

"It's a beautiful game to watch — and the guys aren't bad to look at, either," said Diane Kruger, in London filming "National Treasure: Book of Secrets." Other guests included Pierce Brosnan, Alice Eve, Jemima Khan, Ben Elliot and Alexandra Spencer-Churchill. Sam Branson, there with actress girlfriend Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, admitted he's baffled by polo. "All I know is that it's a lovely day out. Surfing's my thing."
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