An Ex-Theranos Employee Is Responsible For Elizabeth Holmes' Black Turtleneck

As it turns out, much like her voice, Elizabeth Holmes personal fashion (punctuated by omnipresent black turtlenecks) has a dubious origin. An ex-Theranos employee revealed to Elle that she cultivated the fallen scammer\'s signature style.Holmes hired Ana Arriola as chief design architect to help build the very-faulty \"Edison\" machine, which was supposed to run a battery of medical tests using a small amount of blood taken from pricking a patient\'s finger. (The Edison machine never actually worked.) But Arriola did way more than that on the job: her unofficial role was to style her boss.Holmes was \"infatuated\" with Steve Jobs\' signature look of black turtlenecks and Levi\'s jeans, and asked Arriola how she could create the same aesthetic for herself. Holmes (who slept about four hours a night) seemed to think a similar, uniformed look would give off the impression that she was completely devoted to Theranos, and had no time to pick out her clothes.\"I\'m like, \'Hey, this is who designed [h