Elizabeth Scokin is a successful entrepreneur and owner of Nashville based Elizabeth Scokin Productions, a luxury PR, fashion and event planning firm. She has planned events for Lee Ann Womack, Candace Bushnell and Georgette Mosbacher as well as chaired the wildly successful Halston Borghese Archives Fashion Show for Lexus. Along with running her own company, Ms. Scokin is also a prominently involved in Nashville’s social and philanthropic communities.

Ms. Scokin was recently seen in the front row of over seventeen major fashion shows during this years Mercedes Benz  New York Fashion Week Spring 2008, occurring this past September. In addition to the shows, Ms. Scokin, a fashion insider, was invited to several private dinner parties given for different designers. She has also been seen on the pages of WWD, Town and Country, Hampton’s, Gotham, Avenue, The New York Daily News, Ocean Drive and Palm Beach Society.

With her vast experience and talent in the fashion and social world, Ms. Scokin is the Southern authority on the latest styles and trends and was an anchor for Canada 1 and FashionNashville.com during the recent fashion shows in New York City. Along with her television experience, Ms. Scokin is also a notable journalist. She is the creator of the popular “Style File” column in NFocus Magazine as well as well as acontributing fashion correspondent for several metropolitan newspapers. Moreover she is featured in celebrity photographer Patrick McMullan’s new book, “Glamour Girls”. One of her newest venture's is FashionNashville.com and is Nashville’s guide to gorgeous living, parties, entertaining, travel, beauty and style. Hamptons magazine was quoted as saying, “ FashionNashville.com will become the city’s style bible”.

Ms. Scokin launched the wildly popular Haute Hostess Aprons by Eliza beth Scokin last November. They will be featured in the December issues of Oprah, O At Home and Domino magazines.