How an L.A. Stylist Gets Dressed for Fashion Week


Style Diaries Live is a mini-interview series where we talk to different Fashion Week insiders about their personal style.

Annina Mislin is a Los Angeles–based stylist whose clean, put-together look stands out among the crowds of people at New York Fashion Week. Some of her successes include styling next-generation Hollywood stars like Jaden Smith, Ireland Baldwin, and Emma Roberts, and wearing a hella cool skirt during Fashion Week.

What is your thought process for putting together an outfit for NYFW?

I like to elevate my everyday wardrobe, but it’s important to feel like myself.

I’m wearing a Rosetta Getty jacket and skirt, an Araks slip-top, Proenza shoes, and a Mansur Gavriel bag.

Earliest memory of putting together an outfit?

Getting creative with layers during New York’s icy winters: ponchos, leather jackets, sweaters, and so on.

If we were to find a stain on your clothes, what would it most likely be from?

Pen ink — nearly unavoidable when I’m working.

Top three favorite Instagram accounts for style information?

@thecut, @thelinenyc, @90ssupermodeldaily.

If I could be a fabric, I would be:

Crepe de Chine silk.

No. 1 tip for someone new to navigating the fashion industry?

I think the biggest misconception about the the fashion industry is that it’s always glamorous. That’s not entirely untrue, but it’s important to put in the work and be patient.

How an L.A. Stylist Gets Dressed for Fashion Week