An eternal muse, a RUSSH girl forever, Julia Nobis covers issue 100 of RUSSH magazine, swathed in Chanel. Shot in New York City by Mia Rankin and styled by RUSSH Fashion Editor Charlotte Agnew, it is a display of the statement motifs and fabrics inherent to any collection by the House, including trademark employment of tweed and intricately crafted knitwear pieces designed to evoke an immediate recognition of Chanel's craft.
Chanel top and skirt.
Left: Chanel dress. Right: Chanel dress.
Left: Chanel coat. Right: Chanel jacket and top (worn as a skirt).
"It's Chanel that renders the tweed feminine," Creative Director Virgine Viard has previously said of the fabric that has become a House staple, traced back to founder Gabrielle Chanel who would wear the tweed coats of the Duke of Wellington and developed an affinity for the style.
On Nobis, a distinctly contemporary charm oozes through the pages, the style paired with jeans and vests and her lightly tousled hair. Hints of boucle pepper throughout, in outerwear styles and pants, alongside delicate sequin accents and the shade of pink permeating almost all looks. It is a celebration of the best of Chanel and what RUSSH represents after 100 issues and beyond.
Left: Chanel dress, dress (worn as a skirt) and shoes. Right: Chanel jacket and pants.
Left: Chanel dress, top and shoes.
Left: Chanel jacket. Right: Chanel skirt (worn as dress).
Left: Chanel coat. Right: Chanel coat.
Chanel jacket and skirt.
Experience the 100th issue of RUSSH in its entirety this May, available on newsstands from May 19 and through our shop. Get to know Nobis further in our model profile, unpacking her beginnings in the industry and where she sees herself moving through the years to come.
PHOTOGRAPHER Mia Rankin
FASHION Charlotte Agnew
HAIR Tina Outen @ Streeters Agency
MAKEUP Asami Matsuda @ Artlist Paris-New York
MODEL Julia Nobis @ Priscillas
ASSISTANTS Grady Corbitt and Dylan Garcia
STYLIST’S ASSISTANTS Jasmin Morales and Madison Bauman
Special thanks to Ace Hotel New York and The Soho Grand