Textbook for Fashionista: Stephanie LaCava!

Having penned pieces for Vogue, The New York Times and The Daily Beast, Stephanie LaCava has built a name for herself in the edit world. Of course, as with most fashion writers, she has her own unique style which pays homage to the decade we all know and love--the nineties. With a flare for the Nirvana age, I'm willing to bet that Ms. LaCava is a little more than excited about what we saw for Fall 2011. Everything old is new again, unless you never let it go.
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Having penned pieces for Vogue, The New York Times and The Daily Beast, Stephanie LaCava has built a name for herself in the edit world. Of course, as with most fashion writers, she has her own unique style which pays homage to the decade we all know and love--the nineties. With a flare for the Nirvana age, I'm willing to bet that Ms. LaCava is a little more than excited about what we saw for Fall 2011. Everything old is new again, unless you never let it go.
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Fans of the Tumblr blog Textbook, take note: Fashionista has teamed up with its mastermind, John Jannuzzi, to create storyboards for our industry's style stars.

Having penned pieces for Vogue, The New York Times and The Daily Beast, Stephanie LaCava has built a name for herself in the edit world. Of course, as with most fashion writers, she has her own unique style which pays homage to the decade we all know and love--the nineties. With a flare for the Nirvana age, I'm willing to bet that Ms. LaCava is a little more than excited about what we saw for Fall 2011. Everything old is new again, unless you never let it go. Strolling around SoHo Coat by Jil Sander, dress by Stella McCartney, shoes by Miu Miu

Here we are now, entertain us Jacket by Bottega Veneta, skirt by Rick Owens, shirt by Proenza Schouler, boots by Prada

Quick jaunt to the library Dress by Prada, shoes by Chloe

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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.