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StyleCaster celebrates L.A.'s 25 most stylish people

August 20, 2012|By Jenn Harris
  • A screenshot of the 25 most stylish L.A. feature from the StyleCaster website.
A screenshot of the 25 most stylish L.A. feature from the StyleCaster website. (Emilie Elizabeth / StyleCaster )

The Writer's Room in Hollywood was packed last Thursday night as L.A.'s most fashionable set came together to celebrate StyleCaster's Most Stylish Los Angeles list. The social media fashion site curated a list of 25 individuals who work in or around the fashion industry in L.A. and launched a feature on their website Thursday.

This was the first foray into Los Angeles for the New York-based site that has previously highlighted the "most stylish" in New York City and the Hamptons as well as entrepreneurs, actors and people working in social media and the music industry.

"I'm thrilled to have been chosen or even considered 'stylish' among such great company," said honoree Carlos Lopez, who is the director of entertainment, public and social media relations at BCBGeneration and West Coast correspondent for DuJour. "Style is subjective and I loved how each style-ista StyleCaster chose is totally unique."

Some of the picks seemed obvious choices for a feature on Los Angeles style. Fashion stylist and T.V. personality Brad Goreski made the cut as well as designer and TV personality Whitney Port and Decades founder Cameron Silver.

The full list of honorees includes:

Samer Fawaz and Lisa Walker (Partners at Starworks group)

Darren Romanelli (designer), Eva Amurri (model and actress)

Nicole Cari (senior marketing & communications director at Band of Outsiders)

Cameron Silver (founder of Decades)

George Kotsiopoulos (stylist and co-host of "Fashion Police" on E!)

Brad Goreski (TV personality and stylist)

Andrea Trujillo (Founder at A.SweeT. boutique)

Andrew Freston (Director of Content Strategy at Vice)

Zen Freeman (DJ and producer)

Whitney Port (TV personality and designer)

Langley Fox (illustrator and designer)

Carlos Lopez (director of entertainment, public and social media relations at BCBGeneration)

Ilaria Urbanati (fashion stylist)

Josh Harmony (professional skateboarder)

Kate Lee (makeup artist)

Aimee Song (interior designer and fashion blogger)

Jordan Kahn (chef and owner at Red Medicine)

Lara Schoenhals (writer and co-creator of "White Girl Problems")

Evan Ross (musician)

Hit Boy (Grammy nominated producer)

Joanna Scapa (Owner and buyer at AlleyCat Trade)

Elizabeth Stewart (celebrity stylist)

Estee Stanley (interior designer and clothing stylist)

Taylor Russell (partner at Hemingways Lounge)

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