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Paper-crane dress brings young fashion designer into the fold

Kitty Scott, 25, last night won the $10,500 Australasian Young Designers Wool Award, the Handbury Scholarship, which was announced in the Western District town of Hamilton. The prize includes admission to a fashion design summer school at Istituto Marangoni in Milan. Ms Scott, left, won for her woollen dress in the shape of a paper crane, which she created in honour of the March tsunami and calls a prayer to the Japanese. "I made so many cutouts of paper cranes. It was a bit mathematical, but I ...

Kitty Scott, 25, last night won the $10,500 Australasian Young Designers Wool Award, the Handbury Scholarship, which was announced in the Western District town of Hamilton. The prize includes admission to a fashion design summer school at Istituto Marangoni in Milan. Ms Scott, left, won for her woollen dress in the shape of a paper crane, which she created in honour of the March tsunami and calls a prayer to the Japanese. "I made so many cutouts of paper cranes. It was a bit mathematical, but I figured it out in the end," she said. The dress, modelled by Emily Thomas, took six weeks to complete.

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