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A Designer Refines

12.17.12

Designer Katiti Kirondé '79, who specializes in white shirts for women, discusses how she handles the details on a prototype shirt she is developing.   Kirondé also appears in the Harvard Magazine feature article "Vogue Meets Veritas," on Harvard people in the fashion industry. 

 

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