Samina Quraeshi grew up in a prominent family in Pakistan in the 1960s. She remembers the exact moment she decided to become a designer: when she saw the tail fins on the American ambassador's car.
In 1961-62 I was a foreign Exchange Student (American Field Service) in Clinton Missouri; Samina Queraeshi and I became friends, but over the years I lost track of her. I should like to get in touch with her and would be very grateful, if you would forward my mail adress to her. Than, you so much. Vibeke Eskesen
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