MARKING A PARTNERSHIP: What’s the key to a successful 20-year business partnership? More than commerce, according to Los Angeles jeweler Cathy Waterman and Dallas retailer Joanne Teichman of Ylang 23. “It started with a warmth as soon as I walked into her studio,” Teichman said. “We have girls who are a year apart, and we raised them together. We share interests in philanthropy and family. There is a web, and it only deepens.”
Teichman and her husband, Charles, celebrated the 20th anniversary of their relationship with the designer at a luncheon in Dallas for 40 on the rooftop terrace of the Joule Hotel. Daughters Alysa Teichman and Claire Kislinger were also present, as both now work in their respective family businesses. Teichman is charged with development at Ylang 23. Kislinger helps run Cathy Waterman’s business, though she doesn’t rule out designing.
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