TEMECULA FASHION WEEK 2017 Day 1: CATINA Fashion’s NEW Spring­Summer Styles

TEMECULA,California. May 19th 2017 ­­ Temecula has a new fashion company in town. Designer Diana Orr launches new ready­to­wear fashion label CATINA and recruits extraordinary local women to model her new spring summer collection for their Temecula Fashion Week Debut. Diana relocated to Temecula from Los Angeles to start CATINA fashion in Temecula’s picturesque wine valley as a respite from the city. She has personally designed and overseen branded and private label production for major retailers such as Neiman’s, Saks, Dillards, Chico’s Boston Proper, Cache, Nordstrom and more. Her designs have been featured in Vogue’s Fashion Night Out and published in ELLE, Los Angeles Times, LIFE magazine, Santa Barbara Magazine, The Costumer Magazine, Avant Garde, LA Confidential & more. “I’m really excited to participate in Temecula Fashion Week 2017.” said Diana Orr “There is a lot of amazing talent in southern California. I’m glad Temecula is providing a destination­type venue for all of us to come together and celebrate fashion design.”

About the Company CATINA Fashion embodies the essence of an effortlessly feminine mindset and lifestyle. CATINA women are modern, chic and worldly. CATINA fashion creates lifestyle­inspired specialty knitwear that is not only unique and sophisticated but also practical, versatile and undeniably feminine. The collection offers a wide range of exceptional quality premium yarns in a variety of colors and finishes. CATINA fashion is a division of Global Product Resources Inc. (GPR Inc.) and is highly complimentary to their existing brand portfolio of hardgoods. (www.gprinc.com) GPR Inc. is enthusiastic about the fusion of Diana’s design talent with their existing infrastructure to create new horizons for GPR Inc. and CATINA Fashion.

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