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…
STORY BY JAMES EDSTROM -- Really, where on this map below does anyone see that we need a wall? But today at 3:30 he will say America is in danger from this caravan and his base will scream " build the wall". He will declare a national emergency with false dangers and lies if he does not get his way. His base will believe this lunatic. This is the only way out for Trump. He dug himself into a corner.
Donald Trump is no match for Nancy Pelosi. He degrades women. So Trump will announce a emergency because of this fake caravan danger and because Pelosi is not going to stand for this grandstanding and fake promises. NEW YORK ALWAYS HATED TRUMP
Most of us here in New York City have always hated Trump because he was always this way. Others that hated him, now kiss his ass because they are rich and Trump makes them more rich. He is also getting advice from a few of my media friends that no matter what, will defend any republican no matter how evil. These media friends are experts. Th…
Amazon Owner Jeff Bezos is claiming that the National Enquirer head David Pecker tried to blackmail him about his affair and threatened to publish with nude photos. Bezos,titled his post "No thank you, Mr. Pecker," shared what he said was an email from AMI's chief content officer Dylan Howard, in which Howard threatened to release intimate and personal photos and text messages of Bezos and a woman the National Enquirer said he was having an affair with.
Nothing is below David Pecker and The National Enquirer. I know them both very well having worked on stories for many years before Pecker brought the Enquirer, The Star, The Globe and destroyed the magazine business in America. He even screwed John Kennedy Jr on a high end magazine called George.
After only a handful of issues of George Magazine which John Kennedy Jr. was very involved with, Pecker pulled the plug. This was a very traumatizing event In the life of John Kennedy Jr. After Pecker got all the publicity and…
Superstar Leonardo Dicaprio is regretting not introducing himself to River Phoenix at a Halloween party, because hours later, Phoenix lost his life outside a Los Angeles California nightclub. DiCaprio was at the beginning of his Hollywood career when he spied his longtime hero Phoenix was at a party on Halloween night. The up and coming star, who was 18 at the time, was desperate to corner his idol for a chat but didn’t have time to approach Phoenix before he left the bash. And DiCaprio will always remember the missed opportunity, because 23-year-old Phoenix collapsed and died from a drug overdose outside the Viper Room a few hours later. He tells Esquire magazine, "When I was eighteen, River Phoenix was far and away my hero. Think of all those early great performances - My Own Private Idaho, Stand by Me. I always wanted to meet him. One night, I was at this Halloween party, and he passed me. He was beyond pale - he looked white. Before I got a chance to say hello, …
To start 2019 off on the right note, society philanthropist Jean Shafiroff hosted her annual Palm Beach Luncheon for 25 of her A-lister Palm Beach friends. The Luncheon was held at Cafe Boulud at the famed Brazilian Court Hotel.
Ms.Shafiroff wore a pink flowered Michael Kors mini-dress paired with a pink Courreges jacket. The Palm Beach women all had a lot of catching up to do and one thing was for sure- the conversation flowed and so did the party.
Guests included Sharon Bush, former CNN host Felicia Taylor, philanthropist Iris Cantor, society influencer Christine Schott Ledes, Woody Johnson's sister Elizabeth Shiell-Fekkai , Kim Renk, Anka Palitz, Lisa Kerkorian,Maribel Alvarez, Paola Rosenshein, Amy Hoadley , Matt Rich,and Janey Chase, Editor-in-Chief of Modern Luxury, Palm Beach .
Sighting January 2019 - Celebrity philanthropist Jean Shafiroff spotted in CanCun.
Celebrity philanthropist Jean Shafiroff was spotted walking on the beach in CanCun. It is rumored that she was there with a group of graduates from the John F. Kennedy School of Government Studies at Harvard University. Included in the group were friends Ana and Scott Stone and former Mexican President Felipe Calderon.
Celebrating a mutual commitment towards compassion for all, Global Strays the international animal rescue charity co-founded by Elizabeth Shafiroff, partnered with Ted Barkhorn, contemporary fine art photographer, to launch his first New York exhibition at NOVO LOCALE (263 Bowery). A portion of the proceeds from the sale of work by Ted Barkhorn whose modern imagery reveals the natural world, will go to Global Strays for the duration of the New York show and through Earth Day April 22, 2019, on tedbarkhorn.com.
Among the guests celebrating the opening of Barkhorn’s first New York show, were Elizabeth Shafiroff President & co-founder of Global Strays, Ted Barkhorn, fine art photographer, Treasurer & Board member Jean Shafiroff, Martin Shafiroff, Board member Leyla Ligouri, Victor Martinez, Luis Alvarez, Ana Stone, Maria Estrany-Y-Gendre, Ken Fishel, Maria Fishel, Bradley Fishel, Lindsey Feinstein, Richard Ballard, Tony Bowles, Rosemary Ponzo, Christopher Pape, Lori Zelenko, El…
Rick Faugno has joined the cast of the world premiere of REVOLUTION IN THE ELBOW OF RAGNAR AGNARSSON FURNITURE PAINTER, a new musical with book, music & lyrics by Ívar Páll Jónsson, based on a story by Ívar and Gunnlaugur Jónsson. Performances will begin July 31st, with the official Opening Night on Wednesday, August 13th at the Minetta Lane Theatre, 18 Minetta Lane (just a few steps from Sixth Ave., one block south of W. 3rd St.)
Rick Faugno originated the role of Frankie Valli in the Las Vegas production of Jersey Boys, now in its seventh smash year. He has appeared on Broadway in The Will Rogers Follies (as Will Rogers, Jr.), Wonderful Town, Conversations With My Father, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Rick also played Bobby Van Husen in The Boy Friend, directed by Julie Andrews. His film and TV credits include “The Newsroom,” “The Adventures of Pete & Pete,” Every Little Step, and Virgin Alexander.
Under the direction of Bergur Ingólfsson, the cast also features Cady Huffman…
Story By Lieba Nesis -- It is rare to attend a fashion show and be greeted by Secret Service unless you are Zang Toi and dress Ivana Trump, Jean Shafiroff and Marla Maples. Toi dresses royalty all over the world and celebrities including Sharon Stone, Meg Ryan and Pattie LaBelle.
Those who don't know fashion darling Toi are surprised to learn that he is 57 since he looks 37 and that he was born in the Kuala Krai district in Kelantan Malaysia. He arrived in New York City at the age of 19 and attended the Parsons School of Design, eventually opening his own atelier in 1989.
Zang's shows are romantic, exciting and elegant. The attendees are friends, family, customers and lovers of Zang and his fashion. This evening was extremely special to Zang as he was celebrating arriving in New York 38 years ago and he paid homage to the America he cherishes and appreciates. Zang who is known to use the finest materials of cashmere and silk for his clothing is equally famous for his he…
Sarah Paulson looked great when she was photographed visiting The Late Show With Stephen Colbert the other day in New York City. We just wonder if she is wearing fur. We just do not know. Photo By: Diego Corredor/MediaPunch