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Saturday, March 18, 2017

MARGO MANHATTAN CELEBRATES HSN COLLECTION

Margo Manhattan




Celebrity jewelry designer Margo Manhattan ̶ whose celebrity client list includes BeyoncĂ©, Selena Gomez and Amber Heard ̶ celebrated the upcoming launch of her newest HSN jewelry collection with an Exclusive Previewing Reception at luxury apartment building 199 Mott Street.



Guests viewed a selection of Margo’s jewelry exclusively for HSN as well as pieces from her Petra, Knight Ryder, Rock n’ Royal and Metro collections. Each of the collections displayed showcased Margo’s unique design aesthetic, which combines the beautiful femininity of the ballet, with the rock ‘n’ roll chic of New York City. Guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’Oeuvres while also viewing Residence 7 which is listed at $6.75M by Caroline Aim and Colbert Holland Warfield of Keller Williams.



Margo’s new collection aired on HSN in March 2017. Since her successful launch on HSN in January 2017, Margo's cutting edge jewelry is now available to over 95 million viewers across the country, on HSN Live TV. She is part of HSN’s elite roster of celebrity designers. Following her sold out Lips collection, Margo’s newest, highly anticipated collection, is an HSN exclusive jewelry line featuring layered chain bracelets, black leather chokers with enhancer pendants, leather bracelets, and endless chains in sterling silver with bold gemstones, which show off the range of Margo’s creativity and her love for elegant yet edgy jewelry designs.



On Margo Manhattan’s e-commerce website MargoManhattan.com, you can experience the full breadth of her Signature Designs. Do not miss “The Vault,” a stunning collection of one-of-a-kind jewels, featuring diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and more set in white and yellow gold as well as platinum.



About Margo Manhattan



Margo Manhattan, an internationally-renowned jewelry designer, born into a life of art, beauty and culture as the daughter of prima ballerina Karin von Aroldingen and god-daughter to ballet legend George Balanchine. Margo derives inspiration for her designs from the fast pace of New York City and ballet worlds theatrical scenes. Margo's designs are bold, edgy, yet elegant and sexy. She began dreaming of becoming a jewelry designer when she was a child and started making jewelry in the byzantine technique at the age of 15. As she grew, her passion for metals, stones and jewelry making evolved.

Bold, dynamic and sexy define the Margo Manhattan brand which celebrates Margo’s philosophy of enhancing beauty. Margo aims to create a variety of looks through mixing and matching different types of chains, leather, pendants and necklaces which combine to display her signature styling. “The piece finds the person,” says Margo, who immediately focuses on each client’s unique features. She reflects every individual’s beauty by custom tailoring a look and design, whether it is for everyday wear or for a wedding, engagement or other special event. Additionally, Margo Manhattan supports several charitable causes. She designed the first pin to commemorate Earth Day (1990), the original red pin for AIDS awareness (1991) and shortly after developed the pink ribbon for Estee Lauder’s Breast Cancer Research Foundation.



For more information, please visit: www.margomanhattan.com

F: Margo Manhattan | I: @MargoManhattan | T: @MargoManhattan

Thursday, January 07, 2016

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING INTERVIEWS HSN JOY MANGANO

Joy Mangano



NEW YORK, NY — Who would you want to star in the movie of your life? That’s a question single mom Joy Mangano never thought she’d be asked. But when Jennifer Lawrence was tapped to play her in the new film Joy, she couldn’t have been more pleased. It’s the perfect meeting of superpowers: shopping- TV’s star moneymaker (Joy can clean up $1 million an hour on HSN) and Hollywood’s It girl. The truly dynamic duo joined forces to tell Joy’s inspiring rags-to-riches story of how some serious elbow grease, ingenious thinking and pure grit helped the nice girl finish first. Joy opens up to Good Housekeeping on her story in the February issue, on newsstands January 19. You’re going to love her!



Joy on meeting Jennifer Lawrence—it was love at first site: “You know how you are meeting somebody and all of a sudden you’re finishing each other’s sentences? It was like that.”



On the importance of being courageous and independent: “You can’t truly be [complete] until you know yourself. You have to trust your instincts in life. There are so many times I’ll be talking to executives who are afraid to say the right thing – and I will be the one who says, ‘Hey, listen! You know what…?’ It’s paid off every time to be courageous and not sit in the background.”



Joy’s biggest advice: “Multitudes of people tried to get in the way of my dream. If you can't go around a rock, go over or under it."



On her focus on making everyday women’s lives a little bit easier: “When I wake up, I think, What can I do to help others? I think we all owe the world something. That’s the way I am when I’m designing a product."



On the Miracle Mop and her ‘Aha’ moment: “People I told were like, ‘Who cares?’ The aha moment for me was that people didn’t even realize they’d care about [the Miracle Mop]. [I’ve been told] I think about things we need and want before we even know we need and want them.”



On having the courage to believe in yourself—a theme that runs through every aspect of Joy’s life: “I would love to see every woman feel that she knows who she is and how she wants to lead. Every part of me is passionate about having the ability to do what I never could when I was young. But if some amazing guy plots out of the sky, that’s OK, too!”


Sunday, December 20, 2015

HOMAGE TO CONSUELO VANDERBILT COSTIN FASHION

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NEW YORK CITY STYLE

Photos By: Patrick McMullan
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Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin



A new line of jewelry for HSN inspired by "America's Royal Family"



Inspired by the jewels worn by five generations of Vanderbilt's, one of America's Royal Families, Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, developed a range of pearl and diamond fashion jewelry with HSN. Called Homage, Consuelo hosted the collections launch with the support of friends including Avenue's Randi Schatz, Tracy Stern, Cassandra Seidenfeld, Nicole Noonan and Lindsay Stokes from TOWN Residential.

Cassandra Seidenfeld



Randi Schatz
Midway through the event, Consuelo made a short speech to thank her talented team who helped create the pieces and support her journey. The crowd, including Ramona Singer, Kathleen Giordano, Montgomery Frazier, Cole Rumbough, Beth Shak, Nancy Pearson and Maggie Norris all applauded in encouragement. A direct descendent of railroad tycoon, Cornelius Vanderbilt and Consuelo Vanderbilt, the Duchess of Marlborough, Consuelo will appear on air on December 21st to tell the historic and romantic stories behind the pieces. The luxurious and sophisticated 24-piece collection was created after Consuelo inherited an engagement ring from her great-grandmother, Consuelo Vanderbilt Earl, which according to family lore belonged to the Duchess of Marlborough. That ring was the catalyst to the creation of the personally crafted ‘Homage” collection. The range includes pieces that reflect the historic jewelry worn by her family, and the contemporary reflections of styles Consuelo wore during important moments in her own life.

Beth Stern


Nancy Pearson
Additional guests included: Elizabeth Austin, Halland Chen, Robin Cofer, Kipton Cronkite, Tana Chung, Regina Dantas, Symrise's Achim Daub, Wendy Diamond, Zaida Dishy, Sibylle Eschapasse, Joycelyn Engle, Michelle Esther, Rafael Feldman, Dawne Marie Grannum, R. Couri Hay,Yin Chu Jou, Dan Kahn, Sara Johnson Kaplan, Suzan Kremer, George Ledes, Christine Schott-Ledes Lily Mas, Michael Markiewicz, Ben Mindichm, Amy Montoya, Adele Nino, Leiba Nesis, Count Joseph Di Palma, Dr. Marina Peredo, Daniel Perry, Germaine Picket, Eric Robbins, Meredith Schott, Roberta Selcuker, Ashley Sousa, Janet Stanwood, Symrise's Rhona Stokols, Michelle Travis, Michael Trokel, Shawanda Vickers, Andrea Warshaw Wernick, Tristen Yang, and Mark Zand.



Consuelo, a lifestyle entrepreneur, is cousin to Gloria Vanderbilt and Anderson Cooper, and has had a successful career as a Billboard Recording Artist. In several pieces, you see an edgier design reflective of her personal style. The Tempest Ring and Cuff features a 'diamond' pave pattern in a zigzag style. The Society Earrings feature clusters of white pearls and was worn by Consuelo in her latest music video that was filmed at The Vanderbilt Museum in Long Island, the former home of her great, great grandfather, Willie K. Vanderbilt Jr.



Ranging in price from $29.95 to $199.95 the collection is now available online, or tune in and watch Consuelo on air on December 21st.



The evening was hosted by Avenue magazine and TOWN Residential. 

Sunday, February 10, 2013

MICHAEL BOLTON IN CONCERT AT THE VENETIAN

Oranthi



Smokey Robinson With Paula Abdul And Michael Bolton



Martha Reeves




The HSN Concert Featuring Michael Bolton at The Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada, brought out the stars.



Photos By: RD/ Kabik/ Retna Digital


Friday, December 14, 2012

DEE OCLEPPO DEESIGNS SELL OUT ON HSN

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SHOPPING HSN
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Dee Ocleppo DEESIGNS




Handbag designer, Dee Ocleppo debuted her 2012 Holiday Collection for Deesigns by Dee Ocleppo on Wednesday, December 12 on HSN. The new collection quickly sold out on Diana Perkovic’s Style Report featuring DEESIGNS’ “Plaza” clutch and “Monaco” tote. Customers who are still interested in purchasing DEESIGNS’ handbags can do so at deeocleppo.com for immediate delivery or be placed on a waiting list to purchase through HSN.com.



DEESIGNS by Dee Ocleppo’s focus is on customization and signature style, where one can choose a bag frame and from a selection of coverlets to create their own distinct look. The holiday collection includes the smaller “Plaza” clutch designed for a night out on the town, which can be worn three different ways. The clutch can be used as is with the gold tone snake-embossed shell or with a reversible cover over it, which is faux fur on one side and genuine suede leather on the other. DEESIGNS’ “Monaco” tote is also a popular selection with an ostrich-embossed burnt orange exterior that comes with a reversible cover, which is genuine brown suede on one side and faux fur on the other. All handbags have various covers available for each style and priced at under $250.



For more information about DEESIGNS by Dee Ocleppo, please visit www.deeocleppo.com/deesigns





ABOUT DEESIGNS BY DEE OCLEPPO: The perfect designer bag…is more than just one bag. Dee Ocleppo (better known to some as Mrs. Tommy Hilfiger) combines collectable frames with interchangeable coverlets so you get multiple designer handbags in one. Add more covers and endless style is in the bag. 



Photo By: Patrick McMullan

Friday, November 30, 2012

DEE OCLEPPO DEBUTS 2012 HOLIDAY COLLECTION

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SOCIETY AND HIGH FASHION
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Dee Ocleppo



Tommy Hilfiger With Ally Hilfiger



Jamie Otis With Rachel Truehart



Nicole Karlis With Judy Goss And Ranee Bartolacci-Meir



Dee Odeppo And Bonnie Fuller



 Jane Schindler And Marie Claire Gladstone




Handbag designer, Dee Ocleppo debuted her new, fabulous 2012 Holiday Collection for Deesigns by Dee Ocleppo on Wednesday, at The Plaza Hotel Residencies. The collection is set to premiere on HSN on December 12, 2012.



Guests mingled in the intimate surroundings of Dee and Tommy Hilfiger’s New York home, where they were able to browse and buy for the holidays at the exclusive trunk show. The line includes reversible and interchangeable covers that button off to create unique, multifaceted handbags and is best understood and instantly loved when seen firsthand. The special preview made guests feel at home while they mixed and matched different covers and frames of DEESIGNS’ handbags.



DEESIGNS by Dee Ocleppo’s focus is on customization and signature style, where one can choose a bag frame and from a selection of coverlets to create their own distinct look. The holiday collection includes a smaller clutch designed for a night out on the town, which can be worn three different ways. The clutch can be used as is, or with a reversible cover over it, which is faux fur on one side and faux leather on the other. DEESIGNS’ totes are also a popular selection with different handles including tortoise shell links and carved wood. All handbags have various covers available for each style and priced at under $250.



For more information about DEESIGNS by Dee Ocleppo, please visit www.deeocleppo.com/deesigns





ABOUT DEESIGNS BY DEE OCLEPPO: The perfect designer bag…is more than just one bag. Dee Ocleppo (better known to some as Mrs. Tommy Hilfiger) combines collectable frames with interchangeable coverlets so you get multiple designer handbags in one. Add more covers and endless style is in the bag.


Photos By: Patrick McMullan