About Elisa
Elisa is a Milan-born fashion/design writer, digital content creator and Editor In Chief/co-founder of Sali e Tabacchi Journal. She moved to London in September 2014 for a foundation year at Condè Nast College of Fashion and Design. Since then, she has interned at J.J. Martin’s LaDoubleJ.com, Nowness, British Vogue and Wallpaper* Magazine, has been published by British Vogue and Wallpaper* Magazine and contributes to Corriere Della Sera’s Design Magazine, Living. She has now graduated Fashion Journalism at London College of Fashion and collaborating with creatives across different countries.
http://www.ecarassai.com
Current city: London
Other cities: Milan
Elisa is a Milan-born fashion/design writer, digital content creator and Editor In Chief/co-founder of Sali e Tabacchi Journal. She moved to London in September 2014 for a foundation year at Condè Nast College of Fashion and Design. Since then, she has interned at J.J. Martin’s LaDoubleJ.com, Nowness, British Vogue and Wallpaper* Magazine, has been published by British Vogue and Wallpaper* Magazine and contributes to Corriere Della Sera’s Design Magazine, Living. She has now graduated Fashion Journalism at London College of Fashion and collaborating with creatives across different countries.
 
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