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GUESS Who? Swedish Beauty Elin Kling Kills It In Marciano

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    On the heels of March's so-sexy Claudia Schiffer campaign, GUESS by Marciano is presenting a collaboration with Swedish blogger-turned-street-style icon Elin Kling. The blonde beauty, who designed a collection for H&M in spring '11 and co-founded superstar blogger hub NowManifest, is currently holding down a gig as fashion director of her own site, Style By Kling.

    And her capsule collection for Marciano can only be described as mujer meets matador, featuring lots of leather and an effortless chic that incorporates dramatic Spanish flair.

    In typical It-Girl fashion, Kling is also the model in the lookbook — and girlfriend sells it. You'll want to take long, brisk autumn strolls in her big, comfy sweaters. You'll want to wear her killer heels and dresses out on the weekends. Essentially, you'll want every piece in this versatile collection — and you'll want to live it in. Her natural on-camera charm simply seals the deal in making us feel like we can wear this transitional summer-to-fall collaboration just as well as she does.

    Check out all 14 looks and get ready to shop the collection online on October 22, and in stores by November 1.

    Photo: Courtesy of Marciano
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