The Perfectionist – Model Julia Nobis is the very image of sleek elegance for the September cover story of W Korea. The Australian beauty looks buttoned up in a wardrobe of autumn fashions from Italian fashion house Gucci in these polished images lensed by photography duo Santiago & Mauricio and styled by Ethel Park of Frank Reps. Hair stylist Tuan Anh Tran and makeup artist Maude Laceppe make sure Julia is looking her Gucci best in the outdoor snaps.
Pick of the Crop – Modeling outdoors in an orange orchard, Julia Nobis is a vision of rustic elegance for Stephen Ward’s latest work featured in the October issue of Vogue Australia. The blonde poses alongside an adorable tyke in understated fashions styled by fashion editor Jillian Davison from the likes of Dior, Prada and Celine in the sunny images. / Makeup by Victoria Baron, Hair by Michele McQuillan
City Streets – Zara releases its fall 2013 campaign featuring a cast of rising stars including Julia Nobis, Juliane Gruner, Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Mijo Mihaljcic and Ashleigh Good. Patrick Demarchelier shot the advertisements while Marie-Amélie Sauvé styled the girls in a mix of bohemian and youthful styles. The gang poses on the streets of London looking stylish as they take on the hustle and bustle of city life.
Alexander McQueen Resort – For Alexander McQueen’s resort 2014 collection, creative director Sarah Burton was inspired by 1940s, World War II era style with an outing of pale neutrals, strong blues and tawny browns. This season, there is a focus on the waist with crop tops, belting and cinched cotton jackets. Although Burton’s inspiration goes back to the factory girl days, the second half of the collection evokes 60s flower child with midriff baring tops, floral motifs, crotched detailing and patchwork denim.
Lanvin Resort – Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz focused on looks for just about every occasion with the brand’s resort 2014 collection. With inspiration stemming from the Lanvin woman’s lifestyle, the transitional season offers a varied take on looks that go from day to night and in between. Resort sees a lot of embellishments covering rich jewel toned dresses or more girlish looks in the form of ballerina-inspired full tulle skirts. Adding to the adornment are rich brocades dipped in gold metallic hues. Elbaz also focuses on more understated dress with a few monochromatic looks evoking a cool minimal vibe.
Classic Style Reigns – Italian style bible MF Fashion pays tribute to one of the country’s most enduring fashion houses, Valentino, in its latest issue. Head designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli pose with a bevy of beauties including Meghan Collison, Mackenzie Drazan, Maud Welzen, Jac Jagaciak, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Kati Nescher, Ondria Hardin, Julia Nobis, Marie Piovesan, Sara Blomqvist and Caroline Brasch Nielsen. Stefano Roncato styled the stunning cast exclusively in Valentino’s fall winter 2013 collection. Pablo Arroyo captured the designers and models in Paris for the chic spread.
You May Say I’m a Dreamer – Julia Nobis is a bohemian dream for the April-May cover story of bi-monthly glossy Russh Magazine. Benny Horne lenses the Aussie model in pale, understated looks of the season selected by fashion editor Gillian Wilkins. The designs of Celine, Vivienne Westwood, Diane von Furstenberg and Rodarte amongst others stand out in the shoot’s rustic, outdoor setting. / Hair by Mari Ohashi, Makeup by Ciara O’Shea
Black Magic Woman – Julia Nobis has an air of intrigue in Saint Laurent’s spring 2013 campaign, lensed by the brand’s creative director Hedi Slimane. The Australian beauty poses in black and white images wearing boyish silhouettes paired with oversized hats, capes and sequined embellishments.
Witchy Woman – Swathed in a look from Saint Laurent’s spring 2013 collection, Julia Nobis covers the December-Janaury issue of Numéro lensed by Anthony Maule.
Pretty in Black – Julia Nobis graces the December cover of Vogue Australia alongside racehorse Black Caviar. Julia poses for Benny Horne’s lens in a black gown from Alexander McQueen.