Janna Coumoundouros is a fashion designer who uses automotive material in her designs. She has been commissioned 3 years in a row by Inteva Products to create one of a kind dresses for the North American International Auto Show's Charity Preview, held in Detroit, MI.  The material can be found in many brands and cars and is what panels and sunroofs are made out of. She adds other elements of surprise such as shredded seat belts, vintage machine parts, and delicate beaded lace to create completely unique yet beautiful and wearable gowns.  


Last year's dresses were featured in publications and websites all around the globe including USA Today, The Associated Press, ABC News, U.S. & World Report, and more. Last year they were part of a fashion exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum alongside designs by Anna Sui, John Varvatos, Tracy Reese and other native Detroit designers. 



Clients Include:
Esquire Network
Vogue Italia
McCann Group Worldwide
Mass Mutual
Live Nation
Inteva Products
The Fillmore Detroit
Hour Detroit
Saint Andrew's Hall
Merill Lynch
Dan Davis Design
Coldwell Banker
Howard Hanna
Keller Williams
Max Broock
Real Estate One
Carl's Golfland
Boy Scouts of America
L'Esprit Academy
Aveda Douglas J
Cliff Bell's
Figo Salon
Lawrence Tech University
Wayne State University
Habitat For Humanity
Echo Media Now
Next Level Sports Marketing
The Village of Rochester Hills
Matthew Richmond The Paper Dress Code
Alissa Jallad Interior Design LLC
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