São Paulo and Miami based stylist, Ela Pruszyńska uses her global business TV background and knowledge of the advertising and modeling industry to strike memorable fashions. From branding TV hosts to styling advertising campaigns and editorial shoots, Ela Pruszyńska’s strength lies in a commitment to bring out the global glam among “It” starlets and socialites, fashion houses, beauty firms and magazine editors looking for a dose of effortlessly chic global style.

Exposed to a grandmother who was a World War II seamstress in Poland, Ela was innately drawn to visual expression. Inspired by travel, high fashion and the European culture, Ela decided to devote herself to her first love, fashion.

In addition to her private clients, Ela has teamed-up with Discovery Channel, E! Entertainment Television and MTV to style and brand TV hosts throughout Latin America. In addition, she has collaborated with renowned photographers including British legend Ben Shaul, Eva “The Squirrel” Gazova, Beth Studenberg, Georgia Ruiz Torres, and styled world-renowned singer and actress Elizabeth Ayoub. She is currently working on a TV project with Miami-based vintage powerhouse C.Madeleine for a U.S. debut on Discovery Networks.

Upon receiving her Master of International Management from top rated The American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird), she pursued an international business career throughout North America, Europe and Latin America where her work became recognized in the television and advertising community for her approach to “cross-cultural television”. Jetting transcontinentally in social and business circles has afforded her the opportunity to design “homes” in over eight cities and three continents.

She has called New York, Miami, Geneva, Warsaw, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Chicago, San Francisco and Atlanta home. Today, she embraces the exuberance of São Paulo, when she is not traveling.

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Sara Nardea is no stranger to the art world, selling her own paintings and curating exhibitions -- from pop art to abstraction and now to art journalism, she is bringing her New York success to the up-and-coming Miami scene. Sara is now a contributing writer and editor at L'Etage Magazine.

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