False Faces

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Fiction - 288 pages
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False Faces is a detailed story of a female fashion designer with limited ability. To get to the top of her profession she will use her sexual prowess and her manipulative skills to run for Designer of the Year.

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BIOGRAPHYStanley Levine knows fashion from the inside out: he helped create style, he understandsstyle, he has style and his exciting new novel FALSE FACES, drawn from his manyyears of successes and experiences in the business is written in a unique style all his own.He has captured the true ambiance of Seventh Avenue from the super rich to the verypowerful. This is not a surprise because he is a native New Yorker, born and bred thereand now a Professor in Fashion Marketing at the New School's Parsons School ofDesign.As a CEO and President of the Jerry Silverman, Inc., a very successful fashion company,Stanley was on top of the fashion scene. As he continued in business, he was able towork with many well known designers such as Pauline Trigere, Arnold Scaasi, Kasper,Carolina Hererra and Naeem Khan.Stanley began his career at America's premiere department store, Saks Fifth Avenue,Starting as a children's wear buyer and then being promoted to the first male women'ssportswear buyer in America.From there his career took off and now Stanley has expanded his creative talents towriting. His first novel, Facades that he co-authored was published in 1979 and releasedagain in 1989. He has had five plays done off, off Broadway too. The designers andcelebrities, the silent partners and retailers are revealed for the first time. FALSE FACESare out there in Stanley Levine's world. Stanley is considered a master storyteller with awicked sense of humor.

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