Joseff of Hollywood: The Man, The Company, The Legacy

Joseff of Hollywood: The Man, The Company, The Legacy

You are invited to an exciting and educational evening presented by Fashion Group International of Dallas.

Erik Yang, Jewelry expert and historian will be presenting.........

JOSEFF OF HOLLYWOOD: The Man, The Company, The Legacy.

The program will focus on Eugene Joseff's early days in Hollywood and the establishment of the Joseff company in the early 1930’s. Joseff of Hollywood worked with designers such as Edith Head, Walter Plunkett, Travilla, & Adrian, providing custom jewelry for blockbuster films including Gone With The Wind, The Little Princess, All About Eve, The Women, and Cleopatra. The program will also include discussion of his early innovations in both metals and plastics, something which was unseen on the west coast at the time. His early demise, transition of the company to his wife Joan Castle, and development of their wartime aerospace line will also be discussed. We will continue with Joseff’s current and future projects with the legendary company.

As a special guest, we will have Tina Joseff who will give special anecdotes about the company she’s worked with for 40 plus years. Get your questions ready for the Q&A with her.

Following the lecture, an assortment of Joseff jewelry items will be available for purchase from their vintage retail line. A sample of movie worn items from the Studio Collection will also be available for viewing.

Valet, drinks and light bites will be provided.

The evening will be hosted by the amazing Empressive GeoDesigns.
A note from hour wonderful hosts....."Natural art decor is our specialty. We provide an unparalleled collection of stunning decorative accessories, uniquely detailed lamps, and exceptionally innovative furniture pieces. We acquire every mineral, gemstone, coral, and fossil from the world’s finest sources.
What distinguishes us is our craft. Each art piece focuses on the natural specimen itself and its individual, striking inherent beauty. Each piece is carefully hand-selected, and mounted with the utmost precision, to bring out its natural balance and display a plethora of colors to even the most refined eye."