James Brown
Mike Byrne
Jo Chiapelli
Doug Chick
Bill Cowger
Adrian Jellinek
Diana Jellinek
Annie Lloyd
Linda Shears
Larry Zdeb
Multimedia Public Fashion Artist, Muralist,
Couture Clothing Designer, Fashion Illustrator and Entrepreneur; College Instructor - Fashion Illustration


Diana earned a BFA in Fashion Design and Marketing from the Parsons School of Fashion Design in Paris.

She is known as the "Detroit designer who brings Paris to the Midwest".

Diana also studied technical pattern drafting for highly tailored garments at the Scuola Professionale di Taglio e Confezione in Florence Italy.

Diana is passionate about the positive influence of public art in our society.

As the CEO of Fashioncure.com, Diana has created multimedia public fashion art that includes large scale murals in shopping malls and on the outside of buildings.

She also wanted to be able to teach Mural Arts and received approval to teach the first course of its kind in the State of Michigan.

Diana was also the President and Fashion Designer for Vervoux Couture a Paris-style couture house. She specialized in designing formal wear for women, men and children for Black tie, Auto Show and other exclusive events. She oversaw over many full and part-time assistants and had an 1,850 square foot showroom.

Diana teaches fashion design and illustration at the college level and on a free lance basis.

Awards/ Special Achievements:

2006 Lady Liberty Project - ACLU Liberty mask project participant.

2006 - Chelsea Center for the Arts - selected as guest artist in a mural project to depict "Fashion with Verve for Books on Reserve" and "Chelsea Fashion Opens Doors".

2003-2006 "Fashion Bubble" a 65' by 12.5' fashion mural at the Summit Place Mall 2006 Superbowl XL Detroit Fashion Project - depicted fashion illustrations in large scale from live models for display with exclusive sponsorship of Pittsburgh Paints for city beautification while building artistic relations.

2005 Wonderful Woodward - 55' x 14.5' first fashion public art mural located at 29732 Woodward Ave in Royal Oak. Four fashionable figures are illustrated in large scale and sponsored by PPG Architectural Paints Inc, College for Creative Studies and many local business professionals.

2005 US Auto Scene - National Cover Feature Detroit Artist Prepares CarTuens Sculpture, in depth view of artist