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Anita Patrickson
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Originally raised in South Africa and educated in London, Anita Patrickson has become one of the most recognizable celebrity stylists in the fashion industry today, working with talent including Emma Watson, Nina Dobrev, Julianne Hough, Rachel Bilson, Miranda Kerr, Malin Ackerman, Kate Walsh, Jamie King, Chris Colfer and Taylor Kitsch. Aside from her work with actors, she also held the position of Assistant West Coast Editor for Allure Magazine, styling celebrity covers such as Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez and Katherine Heigl, to name a few. Following Conde Nast, Anita broke away to pursue her freelance career -- which she is still doing today. Anita has worked on brands and successful campaigns such as The Vampire Diaries, Target, Covergirl, Nike, Pantene, Proactiv, AG Jeans, Rolex, as well as with big networks and studios like Paramount, Warner Bros. and the CW Network.

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Tricks to Looking Slimmer This Summer!

(0) Comments | Posted April 1, 2014 | 11:16 AM

When summer rolls around... first the joy and then the fear! Winter has not been kind with the sneaky pounds that have stuck to your thighs!

The first trick to appearing slimmer and more svelte is wearing clothes that fit you properly.
That goes for wearing clothes...

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Decoding Dress Codes

(0) Comments | Posted December 6, 2013 | 8:46 AM

We are heading in a new ladylike direction of wearing beautiful clothes again. To quote the Wall Street Journal last week: "The high-low era or making your gown look downtown has had its moment. The new rebellion: wearing your party best from head to toe."

With office party invites and...

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What Fall Trends Should I Spend My Money On?

(0) Comments | Posted November 7, 2013 | 2:42 PM

The question I get asked the most is, "What should I spend my money on?"

A lot of us are on a budget. We have mortgages, bills and student loans to pay, and making a silly purchase (insert neon dress I spent $600 last summer!?) is infuriating at best. It's...

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