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Rebecca Frey costume designer/stylist
Rebecca Frey (Owner)
Rebecca is a New York City-based costume designer, wardrobe stylist, shopper, craftsperson, and illustrator with 12+ years of experience in the entertainment industry. Her accomplishments include tracking down everything from the ordinary (suits, ties) to the outrageous (vegetable costumes, wacky Christmas sweaters, obscure vintage pieces). She's Bedazzled naked dancers and built costumes out of donut holes, but counts outfitting an entire army of live baby chickens in full Civil War regalia as her strangest project to date.

Highlights of Rebecca's design and styling work include contributions to buzz-worthy
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon pieces like 7th Floor West, Real Housewives of Late Night, 6-Bee, and Jersey Floor, looks for both the 2010 Emmy Awards and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and wardrobe shopping and styling for Jimmy Fallon and the show's house band, The Roots. She recently designed the costumes for Comedy Central's Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs, hosted by Jon Stewart.

Additional television credits include
Late Night with Conan O'Brien (NBC Universal), Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert for Autism Education (Comedy Central), Saturday Night Live (NBC Universal), Royal Pains (USA), Conan (TBS), What We Wasted Our Year On (NBC Universal), Today (NBC Universal), and The Naked Brothers Band (Nickelodeon). She also spent several seasons as a full-time shopper for the Metropolitan Opera, one of the largest and busiest union costume shops in New York. Her work has been featured on the covers of Golf Magazine and Entertainment Weekly, and her styling advice in the pages of Glamour.

Ms. Frey holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from
Towson University, and an M.F.A. in Costume Design from the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University. She is a member of United Scenic Artists Local #829 and Theatrical Wardrobe Union Local #764, and is a also a licensed NYC Sightseeing Guide with a specific interest in the city's shopping districts.

You can read more about Rebecca by visiting the
About the Owner page.

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Elizabeth Evertsz
(Lead Stylist/Shopping Tour Guide)
Elizabeth is a native New Yorker with 15+ years experience in the Fashion Industry,
starting as an intern and working up to Sr. Designer. Her design experience includes working for such classic American fashion houses as Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, and Perry Ellis International. She has designed Childrenswear, Menswear, Womenswear, Pet Apparel, and Accessories - a self professed "Jack of all trades". In addition to being a fashion designer, she is also a print designer, having created prints for Original Penguin, Mavi, and Sean John Boys.

As a stylist and personal shopper, she has been able to work with a a vast clientele from all walks of life, sizes, budgets, and taste levels.
This is her favorite part of being in fashion as she loves to interact face-to-face with people and gets to see the results in their lives (even if just for that special occasion). She is also an amateur photographer and a baker with hopes to bring her love of fashion, photography, and baking together under the same umbrella one day.

Elizabeth holds an A.A.S. as well as a B.F.A. in Childrenswear and Womenswear from
The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). She is fluent in Spanish and has very basic knowledge of Italian. Elizabeth is also a licensed New York City Sightseeing Guide.

Holly Rihn
(Affiliate Stylist)

Holly has lived and worked in New York City for 10 years as a costume designer, personal stylist, and shopper in the entertainment and fashion industries. Her experience in theatrical costuming has taught her how to clothe people of all shapes and sizes, and her years of shopping experience make her an expert in fabrics. She has assisted in the design and creation of costumes for dozens of Broadway productions, television shows, and films.

Holly believes that good personal styling is about understanding an individual rather than taking cues from current fashion.  She loves helping a client discover how the right combination of color, comfort, and fit will help them feel their best.  Her favorite thing about styling is seeing the look on someones face when they put on that perfect piece that they've been seeking.

Holly holds a B.F.A in Costume Design from Carnegie Mellon University.

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