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Jean Shafiroff Hosts
Book Signing for Vicky Tiel
January 16, 2019
Park Avenue Home

Opposite Photo:
Jean Shafiroff and Vicky Tiel

Photo Credit:
Krista Kennell /PMC

 

 


 

 

Jean Shafiroff, prominent philanthropist and author of "Successful Philanthropy: How to Make a Life by What You Give," hosted a book signing for legendary Fashion Designer Vicky Tiel at her Park Avenue home.
 
Attendees included: Jean Shafiroff , Vicky Tiel, Martin Shafiroff, Valerie Steele, Victor dE Souza, Carrie Sheffield, Rita Cosby, Martin Shafiroff , Alex Donner, CeCe and Lee Black, Victor Martinez, Sonia Cole, Janna Bullock, Matt Rich, Ray Bouderau, Roy Kean, Ariadna Vera Bustindui, Ana Stone, Nicole Noonan, Montgomery Fraiser, Edgar Batista, Gilda Sacasa, Marilyn Kirschner, Laurel Marcus, Maria Fishel, Alejandra Sacasa, Ernest Schmatolla, Judge Jonathan Le Winter, Consuela Costin Vanderbuilt, Lucia Hwong Gordon, Larry Kaiser, Sibylle Eschapasse, Flo Anthony, Tony Bowles, Missy Hargraves, and Kim Renk.
 
If you saw "Pretty Woman" starring Julia Roberts you surely remember ‘the dress’ which Vicky created. If you saw Jill Biden at the Obama’s Inaugural Ball, you would have seen the same dress in red. If you shopped at iconic fashion retailer Bergdorf Goodman you might recognize it as the longest selling dress in Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus (for some 32 years) – courtesy of Vicky Tiel.
 
After graduating from Parson’s School of Design in 1964, Vicky moved to Paris to start a career in fashion where she met Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Vicky introduced wrap dresses, caftans, string bikinis and micro minis. She went on to create the costumes for 13 movies. In the early 1970s she evolved from the “youth quake” sixties designer to a glamorous Parisian couturier and launched her first perfume in 1989 at the suggestion of mentor Coco Chanel.
 
While Vicky no longer designs fashion on a wide scale, she recently entered into an exclusive fashion collaboration with philanthropist, journalist and author Jean Shafiroff. Jean is a glamorous presence on the New York scene whose activities span the spectrum of receiving the Dina Merrill Hartley Public Service Award to hosting Oscar winner Colin Firth prior to receiving his Hollywood Walk of Fame Star for movie, "The King’s Speech."She is the author of "Successful Philanthropy: How to Make a Life by What You Give."
 
Vicky designed Jean’s dress that she wore while hosting a book-signing event for Vicky’s book: "The Absolute Woman: It’s All About Feminine Power" published by Post Hill Press and available on amazon.com.  In addition to the couture dress designed by Vicky, Jean wore a pair of Flawless Diamond ear-rings and cocktail ring courtesy of Chopard, valued at $1.5 million and which were loaned especially for the event. 
 
About Jean Shafiroff

Jean Shafiroff, philanthropist, humanitarian, and author of "Successful Philanthropy: How to Make a Life by What You Give," is considered to be at the vanguard of a new movement of modern philanthropists. Jean's philanthropy goes beyond financial contributions and includes the gifts of extensive time and knowledge. Through her work she encourages and seeks to empower all individuals to become philanthropists so that they can build the fulfillment of giving into their lives.
 
For more information about Jean Shafiroff, please visit: jeanshafiroff.com

 
About Vicky Tiel

Vicky Tiel is an American-born fashion designer who established her career in Paris, France. Her clients have included long-time friend Elizabeth Taylor, Oprah Winfrey, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ivana Trump and is famous for her movie set designs. Vicky Tiel also has had her own line of clothes on the Home Shopping Network as well her line of perfumes, scarves, bath and bedding.
 
For more information about Vicky Tiel, visit: vickytiel.com


 
 







 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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