About Elizabeth Scokin

Haute Hostess Founder and Designer

Elizabeth ScokinElizabeth embodies Southern sizzle — she lives the personality and style infused in each Haute Hostess Apron. A former couture model born in the South, she elegantly balances the titles of mother of four and party producer for celebrities and fashion elite. Scokin entertains in the grand tradition of her upbringing and enjoys every moment of it. She is also prominently involved in Nashville’s social and philanthropic communities. Inspired to create the Haute Hostess Apron line after finding her grandmother’s holiday apron among the family’s treasures, the company is celebrating its ninth year in business. Scokin is also president of Elizabeth Scokin Productions, a luxury fashion and special events firm known for both small and large high-end parties in New York, Miami, Nashville and Atlanta. 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. Scokin’s modeling connections make her a fixture at the New York Fashion Week Circuit. She has been an anchor for Canada 1 during Fashion Week in New York City. Along with her television experience, Scokin is also a notable journalist. She is the creator of the popular “Style File” column in NFocus Magazine, as well as well as a contributing fashion correspondent for several metropolitan newspapers. Moreover she is featured in celebrity photographer Patrick McMullan’s book, “Glamour Girls.” Her photographs have been featured in top publications such as WWD, Town & Country, Hampton’s, Gotham, Avenue, The New York Daily News, Ocean Drive, and Palm Beach Society.