Ivy Supersonic
American fashion designer
Ivy Supersonic
Ivy Supersonic is a New York fashion designer, self-promoter, event planner, and animated character designer. She is the daughter of Jerome Silberstein, co-founder of Silberstein, Awad & Miklos.
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November 10, 2007
Cotto Vs. Mosley Madison Square Garden, New York City 11-10-2007 Chuck Zitto and Ivy Supersonic Photo by Barry Talesnick-ipol-Globe Photos, Inc.
October 03, 2007
Magazine Hosts a Party to Celebrate Rita Cosby's Book, "Blonde Ambition:the Untold Story Behind Anna Nicole Smith's Death" to Support D.a.r.e. at Pacha New York City 10-03-2007 Photos by Rick Mackler Rangefinder-Globe Photos Inc.2007 Ivy Supersonic
November 14, 2006
Fashion Designer Ivy Supersonic Carries Her Campaign Against Rupert Murdoch Into the Streets of New York St. Marks Place 11-14-2006 Photos by Rick Mackler Rangefinder-Globe Photos Inc.2006 Fashion Designer Ivy Supersonic
October 24, 2006
Ivy Supersonic "Pay Up Rupert Murdoch" Protest in New York City 23rd Street/8th Avenue-nyc- 11/5/06 Ivy Supersonic Photo by: John B. Zissel-ipol-Globe Photos, Inc 2006
August 14, 2006
New York City Premiere of "Material Girls" - Outside Arrivals Chelsea West Cinemas-nyc- on 08/14/06 Ivy Supersonic Photo by: John B. Zissel-ipol-Globe Photos, Inc 2006
August 24, 2004
8/24/04 Vela, New York City Ivy Supersonic Hosts Book Party For Jill Ann Spaulding. Jill Ann:upstairs Pagefree Publishing Photo by Ken Babolcsay/ipol/Globe Photos Jill Ann Spaulding and Melky Jean
August 16, 2004
the New York Special Screening of " Vanity Fair" at Clearview Chelsea West , New York City 08/16/2004 Photo: Ken Babolcsay/ Ipol/ Globe Photos,inc. 2004 Jill Ann Spaulding and Ivy Supersonic
August 10, 2004
the Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament Was Held at the Stone Rose in the Time Warner Center 10 Columbus Circle , New York City 08/10/2004 Photo: Mitchell Levy/ Rangefinders/ Globe Photos Inc. 2004 Jill Ann Spaulding and Ivy Supersonic
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  • 2007
    Age 39
    Supersonic was thrown off The Tyra Banks Show on October 26, 2007, after producers did not like her tattoos showing through her dress.
    More Details Hide Details Ivy was given a shirt to cover the tattoos up but instead ripped the shirt and threw it on the floor and was subsequently asked to leave.
    On October 27, 2007, Ivy started another public feud with New York nightclub, Plumm, over $1000.
    More Details Hide Details Ivy claims she is owed for a party she claims she hosted at the nightclub. Supersonic admitted to defacing the club after Plumm refused to pay her the money she claimed to be owed. Supersonic faced felony vandalism charges, but through a plea did minimal jail time and community service.
  • 2000
    Age 32
    A CNN report by Jeanie Moos of Ivy claims was aired in 2000, 2 years before Ice Age went into development.
    More Details Hide Details Ivy claims she was offered a $300,000 settlement by Fox but turned it down, and subsequently lost the case at both the trial and appellate level. Ivy has continued her "Make Rupert Murdoch Pay" campaign in hopes of still receiving damages for her perceived infringement.
  • 1999
    Age 31
    Ivy claims she created the character in 1999.
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  • 1967
    Born in 1967.
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