Julia Nobis

Julia Nobis is one of the most in-demand catwalkers of the season. Reason enough to take a closer look on her.

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Model Julia Nobis is the very image of sleek elegance for the September cover story of W Korea.

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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.

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Julia Nobis at Saint Laurent

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Julia Nobis wearing Chloé. Photo: Ben Toms

1993 born in Bondi, Sydney, Australia, she began to model in 2009. Just one year later she signed with Elite and appeared in RUSSH editorial, photographed by Samuel Hodge, debut as an exclusive at the fall Calvin Klein show in New York, opened the fall Topshop show in London, also closes for Richard Nicoll and walked the fall Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Maison Martin Margiela, Valentino, and Miu Miu shows in Milan and Paris. Already in March 2010 she was called a top ten newcomer. Since that she’s always seen at the most important fashion shows giving fashion a contemporary attractive face.

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Julia Nobis wearing Georgio Armani. Photo: Ben Toms

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Modeling outdoors in an orange orchard, Julia Nobis is a vision of rustic elegance for Stephen Ward’s latest work featured in the October 2013 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

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Julia Nobis wearing Tom Ford. Photo: Ben Toms

Season after season, she’s still managing to book the best shows. That’s pretty impressive. Julia Nobis isn’t just the stand-out Australian model of Spring 2014, but was booked for the third highest number of shows internationally. It’s sort of exhaustion-inspiring just looking at the list of 55 shows she walked this season, which included Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Lanvin, Dior, Givenchy, Chanel, Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton and Hermès.

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Julia Nobis wearing Louis Vuitton. Photo: Ben Toms

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Julia Nobis wearing Chloé. Photo: Ben Toms

Julia Nobis is one of those consistently in-demand catwalkers season after season. She belongs to the Top 20 Catwalkers of Spring/Summer 2013 (Ford New York, Premier London, Elite Milan, Elite Paris), walking in 62 Shows (Open : 6 | Close : 8).  For Spring 2014, she walked 55 runways, opening for Vera Wang, Acne Studios and Maison Martin Margiela and closing for Altuzarra, Lacoste, Narciso Rodriguez, Etro, Jil Sander and Saint Laurent Paris.

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Julia Nobis wearing Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Ben Toms

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Julia Nobis was a bohemian dream for the April-May 2013 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

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Behind the scenes: Julia Nobis in Vogue November 2012 issue

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Julia Nobis wearing Alexander McQueen. Photo: Ben Toms

Although Aussie Julia Nobis did not claim the third consecutive season title of walking the most runway shows, she definitely did not lose her booking power. Julia skipped London this season, but had she made a stop in London, we are sure she would have done it with a bang and added enough shows to her list to have walked the most shows. Julia proved that she is still in-demand as ever, having opened and closed the most shows out of any model this season. Out of the 62 shows she walked, she opened 6—Derek Lam and Narciso Rodriguez Angelo Marani, Roberto Cavalli, Vanessa Bruno and most newsworthy of all, Saint Laurent—and closed 8— Tory Burch, Diesel Black Gold, Reed Krakoff, Arise, Angelo Marani, Missoni, Dries van Noten and Vanessa Bruno. Not only was Julia the top catwalker of the season, she was also the top girl of NYFW and MFW by quality.

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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.

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Julia Nobis wearing Marc Jacobs. Photo: Ben Toms

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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.

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Julia Nobis wearing Vivianne Westwood. Photo: Ben Toms

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