Textbook for Fashionista: Emmanuelle Alt!

Who doesn't know Emmanuelle Alt? Even before her somewhat new role as Editor-in-Chief at Vogue Paris, she was making waves in the blogosphere as their Fashion Director. She's typically spotted in a Kate Lanphear-esque ensemble--jeans or leather pants, a simple shirt and some kind of awesome blazer or coat. Ms. Alt has certainly nailed her street style pose too, but being shot as many times as she is, who wouldn't develop a trademark stance?
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Who doesn't know Emmanuelle Alt? Even before her somewhat new role as Editor-in-Chief at Vogue Paris, she was making waves in the blogosphere as their Fashion Director. She's typically spotted in a Kate Lanphear-esque ensemble--jeans or leather pants, a simple shirt and some kind of awesome blazer or coat. Ms. Alt has certainly nailed her street style pose too, but being shot as many times as she is, who wouldn't develop a trademark stance?
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Fans of the Tumblr blog Textbook, take note: Fashionista has teamed up with the blog’s mastermind, John Jannuzzi, to create storyboards for our industry’s style stars. (See an archive of his work for us here.)

Who doesn't know Emmanuelle Alt? Even before her somewhat new role as Editor-in-Chief at Vogue Paris, she was making waves in the blogosphere as their Fashion Director. She's typically spotted in a Kate Lanphear-esque ensemble--jeans or leather pants, a simple shirt and some kind of awesome blazer or coat. Ms. Alt has certainly nailed her street style pose too, but being shot as many times as she is, who wouldn't develop a trademark stance?

1. Oh you know, just being awesome. Coat by Burberry, pants by Celine, shoes by Balenciaga

2. Le EIC Shirt and jacket by Balmain, pants by Jil Sander, boots by Ann Demeulemeester

3. Street Style Magnet Coat by Marni, shirt by Isabel Marant, pants by Ann Demeulemeester, boots by Emilio Pucci

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About The Writer John Jannuzzi began styling figures from history and literature on his blog Textbook in September 2009. He studied at Muhlenberg College and Parsons, The New School for Design and currently works and lives in New York. He tweets like a crazy person.