Sir Ivan's Annual Hamptons Bash Was Animalistically Amusing

Sir Ivan's Annual Hamptons Bash Was Animalistically Amusing

Sir Ivan Wilzig, a rich guy who makes music and has the money to promote it, has a splashy annual party at his Renaissance-Fair-style castle in Water Mill, where they give you a red cape on the way in and a mug on the way out.

And in between? Well, it's pretty crackers.

A few years ago, the bash featured giant plushy rabbits all over his estate, for the guests to gaily mount like rabbits.

This time, for his "La La Land" theme, there were other critters galore.

He had buggies shaped like ladybugs that you could lounge in, plus a rented carousel for pseudo equestrians and/or arrested children of all ages.

And the place swarmed with guests dressed like butterflies, bees, bunnies, and (admittedly) a few cows, all feasting on the buffet of corned beef sandwiches and caviar.

Think I'm lying about the carousel carousing?

Here's proof below, in a photo by Rob Roth, plus some other tasty shots by Rob capturing the wild life of the wildlife.

And as some bitch noted on Facebook, "That's a scared horse."

Photos: Rob Roth
Photos: Rob Roth
These kids really earned their stripes.
These kids really earned their stripes.
I was tempted to do a Lizzie Grubman in my ladybug, but I stayed a lady.
I was tempted to do a Lizzie Grubman in my ladybug, but I stayed a lady.
Sir Ivan's mom. It runs in the family.
Sir Ivan's mom. It runs in the family.
This low-energy parrot was for the birds, but otherwise the party had wings.
This low-energy parrot was for the birds, but otherwise the party had wings.
Expensive looking fairy statue that just happens to be sitting in the pool.
Expensive looking fairy statue that just happens to be sitting in the pool.
And here it is with fire effects. A flaming fairy!
And here it is with fire effects. A flaming fairy!
Rob and I reliving old fears and fantasies. Photo by Merry Esparza
Rob and I reliving old fears and fantasies. Photo by Merry Esparza

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