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A Star Designer Invites Us Into Her Dreamy Little BK Cottage

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    Check one: You know you've made it if you have A. a successful line of handbags, B. a versatile ready-to-wear collection, or C. a really well-curated vintage e-commerce site. Anna Corinna's answer? D. all of the above. One half of Foley + Corinna, Anna is a fashion triple threat. Her wares boast basic-with-a-twist tops, iconic wear-everywhere bags, and one-of-a-kind throwback pieces that let you relive the '60s.

    With such a rad résumé, it was only natural to be curious about Anna's home base. So, we invited ourselves over for one sun-soaked Brooklyn afternoon, and found that the abode definitely lived up to the designer. The eclectic space is so zen-like it might actually convince you to turn off your phone and chill for a sec. Romantic and bohemian without being too gimmicky, her space is an obsessive Instagrammer's dream (umm, check out all those inspiring knickknacks!). As for that backyard playhouse…Anna, would you consider renting it to us?

    Check out our exclusive tour of Anna Corinna's serene BK escape, and breathe a little.

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