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With the hope of bringing something new to Sacramento fashion, Legacy Boutique at 2418 K St., will be having its grand opening Friday night to showcase its collection of new and vintage clothing.

“I want to have fun with fashion,” said 25-year-old Legacy Boutique owner Debbie Milanova.

But with that fun comes the challenge of providing a new business and a platform for high fashion.

Milanova said there will be a long list of unique clothing lines, many of which are rare and exclusive. Some so exclusive, there may be only one piece in the store.

Creep is one such brand. Originally from Japan, it is designed by Hiroshi Awai which makes it difficult to find in the United States.

Milanova said she hopes to be a catalyst for high fashion coming to Sacramento by bringing clothing lines that are more often found in larger cities like Las Vegas, New York and Los Angeles.

The idea for Legacy Boutique had been in the brainstorming process for as long as she has been working in the boutique industry.

In those seven years, the process began by keeping notes, gathering information, and eventually compiling a rough sketch of a business plan. Most of that time was spent working for Krazy Mary’s, another boutique in Midtown.

Then in May of last year, Milanova left Krazy Mary’s to develop more education on the business side at Sacramento City College. This is where everything came together.

“It was good timing for me,” she said. “Everything just fell into place.”

“It is going to be a challenge,” she said, “but I love fashion so much, I just want to go places where other stores don’t.”

The grand opening will go from 4 – 9 p.m. for anyone to browse through the store and meet Milanova. There will be an after party at The Golden Bear at 2326 K Street beginning at 10 p.m. with DJ Crook One.
 

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