Skyline Couture – Karl Lagerfeld appeared to be inspired by air travel and stewardess uniforms for Chanel’s spring 2012 haute couture collection presented earlier today. The Grand Palais was transformed into the interior of an airplane with models walking down the aisles in elongated silhouettes and extended shoulder winged sleeves. Playing up the jetsetter theme, blue was a dominate hue for spring with sky blue, sapphire and navy all making an appearance. Amid the blue display, there is crystal beading, drop pocket dresses and pleated skirts.
Beautiful Stranger – Julia Nobis oozes casual cool in the latest lookbook for Marani’s fall 2011 collection. Photographed by Rémi Lamandé, Julia sports chic coats and lush layers with a cigarette in hand.
Versicolor - Julia Nobis is ultra modern in these monochromatic photographs lensed by Stephen Ward for Aussie label Jac + Jack’s High Summer range. The season’s style is all about shape and bright hues while Julia’s hair and make-up is kept simple and sleek.
Balenciaga World – Balenciaga enlists a large cast full of established and new faces including Liya Kebede, Milou Van Groesen, Julia Nobis, Juliane Gruner, Carla Gebhart and Liisa Winkler. Photographed by Steven Meisel, the girls sport designer Nicolas Ghesquière’s futuristic vision with stoic elegance.
Balenciaga’s fall 2011 campaign enlists a group of models including Julia Nobis, Juliane Gruner, Carla Gebhert and Liisa Winkler lensed by Steven Meisel. Playing on shapes and color, the latest advertisements place focus on the label’s shoes and accessories. (WWD)
Candy Girl – Vogue Australia’s May issue goes punk for its colorful cover shoot starring Julia Nobis with multi-colored hair and high octane looks from the spring season. Styled by fashion editor Naomi Smith, Julia sports a selection of show stopping looks from labels such as Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior in Kai Z Feng’s dynamic studio shoot.
Julia Nobis photographed by Kai Z Feng & styled by Naomi Smith for Vogue Australia May 2011
Alexander Wang’s spring 2011 T collection showcases easy basics with the American designer’s contemporary gaze in the form of fitted silhouettes and dramatic shapes. Worn by Julia Nobis, Wang infuses the latest lineup with an extension of knitwear and separate options. From chunky knits to comfortable sweats and ready to layer tees, the T range rounds up a smart selection of versatile pieces for any wardrobe.
Shop T by Alexander Wang
Photographer Michael Schwartz and stylist Angela Esteban Librero work together for a recent Exit story starring Julia Nobis. Shot in black and white with makeup by Hung Vanngo, the studio portraits take a look at a diverse array of knits, leather and denim from labels such as Ralph Lauren, Alexander Wang and Jil Sanders.
Stephen Ward shoots Julia Nobis for the winter 2011 campaign from Jac + Jack. Lensed in black and white, Julia wears the Australian label’s luxurious knitwear made with sumptuous materials such as mohair, silk and cashmere.