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Vicky Tiel's book It's All About the Dress can be purchased at :

You can also purchase my book through my publisher St. Martin's Press:
It's All About The Dress - Vicky Tiel

"A naughty girl when that was the best a girl could be, inventor of the mini, Paris couturier at 18, Vicky Tiel tells spicy tales from dressing Kim, Ursula and Miles Davis, teasing Woody Allen, staying up late with Princess Grace and more intimate tales than you thought you'd want to know from her years in the entourage of Liz and Dick. Comes complete with tricks you need: bedroom advice, supermodels' diet guide, how to get men to give jewelry and the recipe for a perfect pink tunafish sandwich."

--Gael Greene, author of Insatiable: Tales from a Life of Delicious Excess.

"A delicious romp...her memoir reads like all of the juiciest bits of your favorite gossip magazine, pushing back the curtains of an over-the-top life among the who's who of the '60s-'80s."
--Kirkus Review

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Art is Whatever the Artist Has to Say

November 27, 2012 Posted by admin

"Art is Whatever the Artist Has to Say", is a quote given to me personally by Tom Sachs at his Space Program Mars exhibit at the NY Armory last spring. Graffitti Art, or “Whatever Art” has become....

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Elizabeth Taylor was no snob.

November 22, 2012 Posted by admin

Elizabeth Taylor was no snob. She truly felt all humans had the same value in society. She preferred to befriend cooks, housekeepers and secretaries rather than their bosses, my husband, Ron Berkeley,....

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Years ago if you came across ladies dressed like this…

October 25, 2012 Posted by admin

Years ago if you came across ladies dressed like this in Paris on the Rue De Temple in they would be after your money and you would run. [caption id="attachment_338" align="aligncenter" width="313" c....

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Art is a Struggle With the Struggle Erased

October 3, 2012 Posted by admin

"Art is a struggle with the struggle erased" was the definition of art taught at Parsons School of Design, class of 1964. The teacher was painter Paul Brach (later dean of California Institute of t....

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It’s about time women rule in the Art World

August 27, 2012 Posted by admin

It's about time women rule in the Art World. We are half the sky and only perhaps 10% to 20% of the art on display in galleries but that will soon change, as 38 % of women now earn more money than men....

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I Lost Weight in 2 Weeks by Giving Up Eating Everything White

August 19, 2012 Posted by admin

I must tell all you ladies how I lost 10 pounds in two weeks by giving up eating everything white! Here is how it happened. I returned from a Paris trip (where I did my fashion-art-food blog with S....

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I must tell all you ladies how lost 10 lbs. in 2 weeks by giving up eating everything white!

August 17, 2012 Posted by admin

  Here is how it happened. I returned from a Paris trip (where I did my fashion-art-food blog with Sue Bloomberg) and I photographed more desserts than art or dresses; a Mont Blanc from Laduree....

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Art Leads, Fashion Follows

August 11, 2012 Posted by admin

Fashion designers must cover the art world; it's our job. My latest trip to Paris, the "City of Love," was all about art, and I met my blog partner, Sue Bloomberg, who came prepared with a list of mus....

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Having It All

July 27, 2012 Posted by admin

The discussion of Having It All for women is the most important intimate conversation of our times. Melissa Meyer, the pregnant CEO of Google and Professor, Anne-Marie Slaughter, whose recent Atlan....

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Hightail It Over to the Highline

July 20, 2012 Posted by admin

By: Vick Tiel and Ed Baynard Photography by Ed Baynard         Hightail it over to the Highline, New York City's answer to the Paris Quai. It is a beautiful inspirational w....

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