Memo Pad: It's Tom Ford's World...Victoria Hagan's Little Black Book

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CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY: Interior designer Victoria Hagan keeps her Rolodex close to the vest, but a look around the room at her book party on Tuesday evening at Daniel was potentially revealing. Is Martha Stewart a client? “We’ve known each other for years,” Hagan offered. What about Jeff Zucker, the outgoing chief executive officer of NBC Universal, who was glued to his BlackBerry just outside the doorway? Hagan only smiled. “I do work with Conan O’Brien!” she proclaimed. “He’s so cool, and he’s my funniest client. I started out working for Ronald Perelman. He expected a lot from me and I think it made me better.” The designer, who was once called “the most cerebral, the one bound to be influential” by The New York Times, is celebrating 20 years in the business with her first book, “Victoria Hagan: Interior Portraits.”

— Amy Wicks

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