The designer Maureene Dinar He died as a result of cancer that he had been battling since the pandemic began when he was diagnosed.
Dinar was born in the city of Alexandria, in Egypt, and trained in several countries such as Israel, Switzerland, Italy and France. She was married to Enrique Klein and had five children: Felipe, Kevin, Paul, Ian and Caroline.
In the 80s she began working as a fashion designer and was one of the leaders in Argentina.
The designer dressed the most important figures and always gave her opinion on the outfits that the celebrities chose for the different galas, such as the presentation of the Martin Fierro Awards.
“When the games of childhood go from the fantasy of dressing dolls to the reality of turning a dream into a way of life, the destiny that privileges design as a vocation is defined,” was one of the mottos of the designer who studied in the National Higher School of Fine Arts in Paris.
Dinar presented its collections both in Argentina and in several countries where they were very well received his garments in which he fused art with design. He used to choose soft fabrics with prints and embroidery and always had something different to surprise his clients whom he called twice a year to show his winter and summer designs.
The designer also worked as a decorator and costume designer for film, theater and television projects. She did solidarity parades and gave free courses in the Municipality of San Isidro.
In 2012, she was encouraged to launch Litlle Mo, a capsule of designs for girls ages 3 to 12.
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