After graduating Art Center College of Design in 1984. Jane Mohr spent 4 years in Europe working as a fashion photographer for many magazines. She returned to Los Angeles and in 1990, she established DRESS TO KILL, which over the years has evolved into a sophisticated Art-to-Wear Collection offering unique styles in novelty fabrics from Europe and Japan. As one of the last remaining cottage industries, everything is produced in her L.A. studio except her knitwear. In collaboration with a Los Angeles Knitter, she began CAZ, a gorgeous collection of unique hand loomed sweaters in high end imported yarns including beautiful cashmeres.