Dianne deWitt’s distinguished career in the fashion field has spanned over three decades. Her professionalism, keen sense of style and knowledge of the industry are results of Ms. deWitt’s years as an international model, both on the runway and in print. Within her career, Ms. deWitt has been recognized in the books written by her peers, such as Cindy Crawford and Bobbi Brown. The prestigious Council of Fashion Designers of America recognized Ms. deWitt for her contribution to the modeling profession, and her physical likeness was sculpted by Adel Rootstein Mannequins at the height of her career. She has appeared on the cover of numerous publications including Town & Country, Italian Bazaar, and “W”.
Presently as a full-time real estate agent, Ms. deWitt also works as a wardrobe and image consultant. She focuses her attention on the needs and desires of busy women, promoting their self-confidence and individual style. Ms. deWitt credits the designers with whom she worked continually – Yves St. Laurent, Bill Blass, Carolina Herrera, Valentino, Karl Lagerfeld – with mentoring her in the importance of color, classics, cut, and individuality.
Ms. deWitt is a magna cum laude graduate of Southern Methodist University with a degree in Music, Vocal Performance, and a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Dedicated – I Am Waters takes on the issue of America’s homeless and life’s basic necessity. Striving to provide clean drinking water in recyclable bottles is the foundation’s commitment to the increasing number of homeless in America…Our brave veterans included. The messages of HOPE, DREAM, LOVE, and PEACE on each bottle bring encouragement to those who drink. What a difference I Am Waters is making in the lives of the homeless right here in our country.