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  • The Interview: Mary Katrantzou
    Meet the former architecture student with no fashion experience who became the industry’s digital-print queen. By JANE McFARLAND

    Photographs by Philip Sinden
    Styling by helen broadfoot

    Responsible for pioneering the revolution of digital print in fashion, Mary Katrantzou’s high-impact dresses are beloved by the likes of Alexa Chung and Kerry Washington. Katrantzou herself though, prefers not to stand out. “When you work with a lot of color, you subconsciously want to detach yourself from it,” says the Athens-born designer, 31, dressed today in her signature head-to-toe black. “Gallery owners wear black because they don’t want to compete with the art work.” Katrantzou’s eye-defying trompe l’oeil prints, of everything from Fabergé eggs to Ming vases, could

    Top by Alexander McQueen; earrings by Marni; necklace by Valentino

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