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March 26, 1994 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-26

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BY CARLA JEAN S CHWARTZ

C

olor may be absent from Kathryn Dianos' spring
collection, but there's a sparkle of ingenuity. This
New York fashion designer's styles, designs and
fabrics are on the cutting edge. In fact, her signature style
is the way she cuts fabrics. Her cut separates her from
other designers.
"I would say that there is an attention to detail I take
care in developing, the types of buttons I use, the cut of
the shoulder and the little details that I use that are mine.
The other thing that I think has become a signature in
the last couple of years

New York designer Kathryn Dianos is
a young talent on Seventh Avenue.

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