Jean-Charles de Castelbajac Retrospect – The third issue of Industrie celebrates the work of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac with a whimsical retrospective filled with illustrations by the designer himself. Lensed by Sharif Hamza and styled by Veronique Didry (Trouble Management), Julia Saner wears his stunning and sometimes surreal creations.
Look Girl – Julia Saner is styled like a true bohemian beauty for the latest issue of The Sunday Times. Lensed by Catherine Servel, Julia dons whimsical looks with quirky hair and styling.
The New Couture – Greg Kadel photographs five top new faces for the May issue of Vogue Germany. Donning spring’s most stunning couture gowns from Givenchy, Dior and Chanel Haute Couture among others–Aymeline Valade, Anais Pouliot, Merethe Hopland, Josephine Skriver and Julia Saner go from ultra glam to natural beauties in looks styled by Nicola Knels and Lynn Schmidt.
Photographed during the course of New York Fashion Week, Seth Sabal shares a taste of his 2011 portrait series featuring Karmen Pedaru, Karlie Kloss, Alana Zimmer, Sigrid Agren, Jac Jagaciak, Julia Saner, Arizona Muse and Rose Cordero. With these photos, Sabal shows he isn’t afraid to get up close and personal with the eight image preview.
Julia Saner gives us a lesson in posing for Greg Kadel’s Labrynthe, shot for the February issue of Numéro. Styled by Patti Wilson, Julia dons a minimal and somewhat futuristic wardrobe featuring the work of Dolce & Gabbana, Alexis Bittar, Christopher Kane and others. / Hair by Peter Gray, Makeup by Frank B
Valentino’s spring 2011 campaign follows along the vein of fall 2010 with black and white portraits lensed by David Sims. Starring Freja Beha Erichsen, Caroline Brasch-Nielsen and Julia Saner, the stunning advertisements showcase the label’s soft and feminine designs.
Following in the vein of its fall campaign, Valentino takes black and white into the spring 2011 season with an intimate shot starring Julia Saner lensed by David Sims. (Style)
Jason Wu offers a muted color palette for the pre-fall season. With twenty-seven looks worn by Ming Xi and Julia Saner, the collection features elegant separates with shades of 60s and 70s fashion. Lace and sheer fabrics also make an appearance for an overall strong showing.