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Fashion Boot Camp 101 is Jan. 21-22

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Celebrity stylist Marissa Rizzuto will bring her Fashion Boot Camp 101 styling course to San Antonio Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 21-22, at the Westin Riverwalk, located at 420 W. Market St.

Seen on NBC and interviewed by InStyle, Rizzuto will teach tweens and teens how to affordably dress like their favorite celebrities, including Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, Kirsten Stewart, and more!

The two-day class also will feature course material on what it’s like to be a real fashion stylist, including learning different forms of fashion styling, creating inspiration boards, generating story ideas, and borrowing clothing from LuLu’s and Forever 21 for the looks!

“I thought that the boot camp style workshops were perfect because in just a few compacted hours teens can gain the crucial information needed to get their foot in the door as well as learn what really goes on behind the scenes,” Rizzuto said.

As a stylist working with teen magazines, Rizzuto began receiving emails from teens all over the United States asking if she held workshops based on insightful fashion tips. Originally, she offered phone guidance, which led to TV appearances, and eventually she wrote her first style guide.

Today, Rizzuto offers an online course, which covers such basics as an introduction to the fashion industry, buying, merchandising, styling, public relations, and different ways to obtain an internship. Her style guide and “fashion tips” cards are on her website. FBC101 was voted “No. 1 Most Glamorous Home-Based Business 2009” by

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