It Girl: Elisa Nallin

Between her bright blonde crop and bold color choices, Italian stylist Elisa Nalin is impossible to miss at the tents.

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Between her glinting blonde crop and bold color choices, Italian stylist Elisa Nalin is impossible to miss at the tents. At Fendi's Spring '12 show, Nalin paired a lacy peplum skirt in orange and cobalt blue with a silk printed oxford and orange satin sandals. For a touch of retro flair, Nail finished the look with a pair of colorful Prada sunnies.
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Last January, Nallin brightened up a drizzly gray day in Milan clad in a violet overcoat with a bright turquoise scarf, matching satchel, and emerald printed dress.
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If there's one thing Nallin understands better than anyone, it's how to mix prints. At Gucci last February, Nallin paired a cropped floral print jacket with a solid woven skirt and geometric knit sweater. Her accents—a pair of kelly green patent Louboutins and see-through grey sunnies—added a playful appeal.
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Not afraid of a busy geometric motif, Nallin tried this hexagon-printed overcoat in teal with a floral printed blouse and satiny olive green trousers in Milan last winter.
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Nallin paired bright orange palazzo trousers with a matching cropped knit and a bold yellow blouse for an unusually cheery winter look accented with a red Fendi bag, striped heels and, of course, a sharp red lip.
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Last March, Nallin hit Paris fashion week clad in a stripey magenta Valentino skirt, a graphic Saint Servino sweater and elaborated beaded pumps. For a more personal twist, Nallin added piles of bracelets and a few glittering cocktail rings.
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This September, Nallin experimented with more mixed prints during London Fashion Week, to which she wore this yellow Stella McCartney top and coordinating cobalt skirt with bright blue pumps. The piece de resistance? A statement Lanvin necklace.
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This fall, Nallin stepped out in a dramatic floor-length kimono dress by Dries Van Noten, which she styled with a stripey graphic clutch and glittering crystal choker.
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At Dolce & Gabbana this fall, Nallin went for head-to-toe Valentino, from the pink lace embellished-overcoat to the black lace loafers and spikey gold clutch.
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At Blumarine fall '12 show, Nallin paired a jewel-tone blouse and bright blue Lanvin trousers with a Valentino leopard clutch and a lef-like necklace with gold crystals.
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