Philanthropy Fashion Photography

Jean Shafiroff has written a new book, “How to Make Life for Yourself by Giving,” and it is the vanguard of the new movement of modern philanthropists: Giving. Sources: 2

He began his career as a fashion model at the age of 14 when his family moved to New York, where he expanded his portfolio by working for numerous high fashion brands. His subjects were mainly fashion shows and VIP events, and his pictures were not published, at least not in the public gallery, until 1967. He became one of the leading fashion and advertising photographers of his time, working with brands such as Prada, Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani, Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and many others. Sources: 12, 13, 15

Today Olivela includes a number of leading fashion and beauty brands that have embraced the concept, including Louboutin, Missoni and Givenchy. Bill positioned himself in the same way as famous photographers such as Henri Cartier – Bresson and Jacques Picasso, who photographed fashionable women on racetracks and promenades in parks. Business, “which is ranked number one on the New York Times list of the most influential fashion magazines of all time, featuring eight catwalk models, and is shortened by the likes of Giorgio Armani, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton and many others. Sources: 0, 7, 13, 14

What sets this high-end retailer apart from so many others in the city is its remarkable philanthropic reach. Notably, the company donat