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1 Girl, 4 Looks: S.F. Designer Anette Nyseth Shows Us Her Go-To Summer Garb

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    Sure, some will say that when it comes to S.F.’s sartorial scene, it’s slim pickins. But, if you ask us, that just makes unearthing a standout designer ten times more exhilarating. Case in point: Budding talent Anette Nyseth. The Norway native crafts streamlined, contemporary wares that are insanely ahead of the curve. The flaxen-haired beauty boasts a pretty impressive resume, too. After being awarded a prestigious internship with Patrik Ervell in 2010, while she was a student at the Academy of Art, she interned with Alexander Wang and then clocked in time doing PR at Balenciaga. So, she’s paid her fashion dues, to say the least.

    But apparently she left her heart in S.F., because Anette bid NYC adieu and headed back to our fair city to pursue design (lucky us!). To peep this chick's serious style game, we met up with the lady in her Pac Heights home for a day of dress-up fun. Click through to see our snaps of Anette and her ultra-enviable, designer-laden wardrobe (vintage Lanvin, anyone?) and do a little star-in-the-making gazing while you're at it.

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