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Onetime Brooklyn schoolboy Isaac Mizrahi has designed new uniforms for the Grammy-winning Brooklyn Youth Chorus Academy. Mizrahi donated the design—royal blue waistcoats with matching jackets—and the chorus board paid for the production. The kids debuted their outfits on Letterman last Thursday, according to a pun-filled New York Post article, which also reports that they were "sewn away" about the chance to "hit the haute note" in outfits that are "something to sing about." [NYP]