Is The New: Stylista and Fashionista?

While reading Vogue UK this morning, I tripped over the casual use of "stylista." The editors refer to Emma Watson as one in their boring non-story a
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While reading Vogue UK this morning, I tripped over the casual use of "stylista." The editors refer to Emma Watson as one in their boring non-story a
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While reading Vogue UK this morning, I tripped over the casual use of "stylista." The editors refer to Emma Watson as one in their boring non-story about how she doesn't use a stylist. I meditated on the possible meanings while walking to work, and it went something like this: 1. Would I call someone a stylista? Isn't that almost derogatory? As in, "Haha you look like someone on that show" ? 2. Do they have Stylista in England? Do they know how icky it is? 3. Why didn't they call her a fashionista? Is this a case of elevator/lift translation? Or something more sinister? 4. Would I even call someone a fashionista? Or is that kind of wannabe, too? Is it only acceptable for blogs (hah)? 5. Ooh, I really want those shorts from Marc, are they on sale somewhere? --BRETT KANE