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New York-based stylist Patti Wilson, who once worked as a hostess in a Big Apple jazz club, is now amoung the most recognisable figures in fashion. Starting her career in the 90s, she forged a friendship with a young Edward Enninful, i-D'’s then Fashion Editor, and began contributing regular editorial shoots to the magazine. She has since worked with every major photographer of our time, with names like Stephen Meisel, Paolo Roversi, Terry Richardson, David LaChapelle and Steven Klein representing the versatility of her style. As well as a myriad of i-D covers, Patti has styled stories for Italian Vogue, Numero, Vogue Nippon, Harper’s Bazaar and countless more. She continues to collaborate with some of the world's most influential designers and is recognised for her eclectic taste and continuous capacity to provide her clients and the industry with a fresh perspective on fashion. Her manner is full of street edge, sensuality and classical sophistication, as her work with Daniele + Iango on our The Role Model Issue, No. 321, September 2012, so beautifully demonstrates. With a posse of celebrity clients big enough to populate a planet and a résumé brimming with fashion’'s biggest houses, Patti Wilson is still very much on top.


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