Patricia Field, the "Sex and the City" stylist with a trendsetting shop in the East Village, spotted Corey in a self-made outfit and asked her to design for the boutique. So in 1989--at the tender age of 19--Corey launched her first line that eventually led to stints at Norma Kamali, the Joffrey Ballet, Broadway shows such as Guys and Dolls, and the San Francisco Opera.
Inspired by the concept of women's reinvention through fashion, Calter then created her current enterprise, Corey Lynn Calter in 2000, designing contemporary women's dresses, separates and accessories. She shines in her ability to create and assemble unique prints and unconventional fabrics.
A fun fact about Corey is she has bee tattoo's on both of her knees...so she really is the bee's knees!
|Kendall Tunic Dress|
Look for new beautiful designs each month from CLC here at Horseshoe