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Topic - Barbara Cohen-Stratyner
"She really appreciated good fabric and good construction," she said. "Even her trousers are couture."
In her private life, she shopped at the major cutting-edge New York couturiers and worked with the best costume shops of the period, including Muriel King and Valentina, said Cohen-Stratyner.