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1 Girl, 4 Looks: NYC's Hottest Up-And-Coming Stylist Shows Off 4 On-Trend Outfits

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    Still thinking about Ashley Olsen's vintage Dior Met Ball amazingness? Craving Mary-Kate's Chanel jacket from the CFDAs? Yes. And yes. Us, too. Behind every great celebrity, there's a great stylist, or so the expression kinda goes, and we've zeroed in on the gal that's on young Hollywood and 7th Avenue's A-list. We're talking about Danielle Nachmani; have you memorized her name yet? Quick back-story: This former fashion assistant at T worked with Annabel Tollman for two years before going solo. Smart move. Now, in addition to helping create the Olsen Twins' signature looks, Miss Nachmani has advised brands like Theyskens' Theory, Christian Sirianio, and Old Navy. Since we know you're melting, we turned to Danielle to apply her style-savvy know-how to herself, and in return got the star stylist to model four summer-perfect looks that work well into fall, that we're going to copy in 3-2-1… While we were at it, we chatted her up and jotted down all her tips on how to be the most fashionable girl in the room.

    Check out four can't-wait-to-copy outfits from star stylist Danielle Nachmani!

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