Filed under: Editorials | Tags: greg kadel, julia saner, kathrin schiffner, lloyd simmonds, lynn schmidt, nicola knels, peter gray, stephanie kunz, vogue deutsch
Having completed a stellar Fall / Winter 2011 runway season of forty-eight shows including that poignant Dior closer, Ford’s Julia Saner could easily top any new faces list. To be fair, however the precocious young Swiss likely has enjoyed more success than still can be reasonably associated with a new faces designation. That Valentino Spring / Summer 11 campaign all but confirmed Julia’s full-fledged status, yet her undeniable newness persists in its magnetic attraction of the new faces tag and none more so than for the May 2011 issue of Vogue Deutsch. Photographed by Greg Kadel, the most enchanting newcomers (Die bezauberndsten Newcomer-Models) including Julia feature in various haute couture looks styled by Nicola Knels and Lynn Schmidt. Julia in particular wears a dress made of satin chiffon and tulle with feathers, beads, and long train from Chanel Couture. Full-volume hair by Peter Gray completes the look that makes Julia Saner — new face or otherwise — so enchanting indeed.
Credits include: Publication, Vogue Deutsch Mai 2011; Title, “Über-Sinnlich”; Photography, Greg Kadel; Fashion editing, Nicola Knels, Lynn Schmidt; Hair, Peter Gray at the Collective Shift; Makeup, Stephanie Kunz at Calliste, Lloyd Simmonds for YSL; Assistance, Kathrin Schiffner; Image source, Fashion Gone Rogue.
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