The artist talents of being a stylist have become so highly rated that it has become almost like dancing to The Wizard by Bat for Lashes. One thing we need to realize is that some people have and some just don't, bringing i the nature vs nurture arguments to challenge our philosophy we'll realize how relevant it has become to know the basic principles of styling for personal or commercial uses. Those born with it might just have it easy but of course is like a language, keeping it packet up somewhere will suppress it an later extincting it. Those that don't can through successive approximation get through to a point where they're even better that what they hadn't had. Skinner already said anyone can be anything given the right circumstances. Anna Dello Russo should be a separate discipline from the style field. She's the editor in chief and creative consultant for Vogue Japan. She has a bachelors degree in Italian Literature and Art History and attended the Domus Academy Milan. Previously she spent 18 years at Condé Nast Italia as Fashion Editor at Vogue Italia and serving as Editor of L'Uomo Vogue from 2000-2006. She is self-described as a "passionate fashionista" and has been described by Helmut Network as a "fashion maniac". Dello Russo is often featured in popular street style blogs The Sartorialist and Jak & Jill. She has gone on record to state that she owns over 4,000 pairs of shoes. To celebrate their 10 year anniversary, the clothing website yoox.com printed 10 different shirts for sale, each with one of Dello Russo's top ten outfits. The shirts went on to sell out within the first day they were made available. She is Legend!