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What to wear might not be your top concern when you're in the hospital. But if you're having back surgery �C as more than half a million people do each year �C you should be prepared.,Corbo Studio is now run exclusively by Teresa Mazzei, a 30-year fashion industry veteran. Ms. Mazzei understands great clothes and great service. Although this is still very much a high-end fashion boutique, it is priced better than some of the other Yorkville destinations, making it an ideal possibility for the budget-minded fashionista. As Coco Chanel once famously noted: "fashion fades, and only style remains the same". Corbo Studio has been a Yorkville staple for some time, and the designer lines it carries are always a manifestation of perpetually great style. At Corbo, attention is paid to modern, urban tailoring and great, timeless design. The elegant d��cor inside has a distinctly relaxed feel that seems to fit with the ethos of the store. It's a warm, friendly place where feeling comfortable is a priority. A well-tailored collection of high-end designers and the most sought-after labels bear the DNA of its hip, downtown customers. The fashions, which are by a wide variety of internationally recognized designers, are more of the casual variety than what you might expect from a Yorkville boutique. Cocktail dresses, pencil and full skirts, cashmere sweaters, silk tops and blouses, coats, jeans, shoes and sandals.Modern style collections and designers.Colourful dresses by Clu, relaxed casual wear by James Perse, a wide variety of shoes by Now and Fabio Rusconi all work together to create an environment of stimulation and fun. Instead of carrying a plethora of denim lines, Mazzei has edited it down to the ultra hip Acne from Scandinavia and the ��ber cool New York brand Habitual. Dressier options include delectable jackets from L.A.`s Robert Rodriguez. In addition, the boutique always features the latest show-stoppers by Michael Kors, Judith & Charles and Seventy.
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Since time eternal I knew I wanted to be a fashion designer. I changed my wardrobe with every turn of the season, updated myself with the current whereabouts of the glitzy, glamorous world of fashion and followed every trend set by famous style icons. Simply put, I breathed fashion. It was exactly three years ago that I decided to stop dreaming the life and start living the dream. I was a woman with a plan, I knew exactly what I wanted �C my own upscale about New York dress shop. With no ��rents to back me up �C as they were still convinced that I'd be better off saving lives at the hospital donned in no less than a drab white gown �C I had to make do with what I had at the time. Not having that much penchant for letting go, I got to sell off just one pair of Prada booties that very much served me well and a Chanel tote that was a gift from an ex-boyfriend (bad breakup, mind you). The money I earned was only enough to make me an anything-but-prominent about costume maker in New York �C a far cry from my fantasy of turning-Diane Von Furstneberg. My selling price was not even enough to get me a decent pair of True Religion jeans, what more getting me into fashion school. I convinced myself I need not study fashion to be a fashion designer and come up with my own line of clothing. It's not like medical school wherein you miss one class and the next thing you know you're bidding goodbye to dreams of doing a double bypass surgery or a simple suture for that matter. Celebrities do it, like all the time, from Lauren Conrad to Penelope Cruz. Well they have something I don't have �C celebrity status. I rallied a few other fashionable friends and decided to give bootstrapping a try. Maybe next year I'll be featured in Vogue or even get to showcase my line at Bryant Park for fashion week. Or maybe I just went back to dreaming the life.,The New York City Fashion Week has been underway in Bryant Park complete with runway shows and extravagant parties. According to NewYorkMetro, the new up and coming designers to watch are Miguel Pena, Doo Ri, Sue Stemp, Sari Gueron and a few more names sure to be seen in the fashion magazines.