The director of Dallas’ Goss-Michael Foundation includes a gift for local children on her stylish personal list.
As Executive Director of The Goss-Michael Foundation, Joyce Goss is an active supporter of the Dallas art community. Her work with charitable organizations including TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art, The Family Place, and UNICEF is also close to her heart.
Known for impeccable style, Joyce’s list for this holiday season includes a gift to children in need, as well as a few fashionable wishes of her own.
A Donation to the North Texas Food Bank’s Food 4 Kids program tops our expert’s list. A gift of $190 will feed a child through the weekends during the school year.
To those on her personal gift list, Joyce plans to give cashmere ballet slippers ($79, Restoration Hardware), perfect for slipping on after a seemingly endless day in heels.
Among her own wishes is a Jennifer Meyer Initial Necklace ($1,500, Ylang23). Says Joyce, “I would get one with my daughter’s initial because she leaves for college in less than two years!”
Finally, Joyce has her eye on Bottega Veneta’s Colorblock Strappy Sandal ($790, Neiman Marcus), just in case 2012 brings a trip to the tropics.
(Photo credits, from top: 1. Facebook, 2. North Texas Food Bank, 3. RestorationHardware.com, 4. Ylang23.com, 5. VictoriaBeckham.com, 6. NeimanMarcus.com)