Stylist: Matthew Mazur
Outfit: Dries van Noten
Makeup Artist: Merrell Hollis
Hairstylist: Christopher Naselli using R+Co Bleu and Hair Rituel by Sisley
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Bag: Rosantica
Jewelry: Jacob & Co. | Tiffany & Co. | Mateo New York

One of the outfits that caught my eye during last year’s CFDA Fashion Awards was that of Julia Fox. There’s a lot of buzz around her these last weeks and her style is definitely worth your attention.

Fox stunned in a mint green Dries van Noten Heyser Jewel long sleeve stretch nylon jersey turtleneck featuring stone appliqués throughout, a blush Dries van Noten Spany feather sequined mid-rise skirt and latte Jimmy Choo Kari 90 pointed-toe pumps with a crystal-encrusted buckled bracelet that decorated the foot and acted as a belt strap.

The stunner accessorized the look with Jacob & Co. pendant diamond earrings, rings by Jacob & Co., Tiffany and Co. and Mateo New York, diamond bracelets by Tiffany & Co. and a Rosantica crystal-embellished Chrysler Building silver bag.

Courtesy of Megan Walschlager
Courtesy of Megan Walschlager

In an interview for, Julia‘s stylist Matthew Mazur explained how they landed on such a look (which the stylist bought at Nordstrom, who invited Julia as its guest for the event): “For Julia‘s look when looking around the store, I always think of an element of surprise, not just with her but all my clients. I chose things that we have seen Julia in, for example the ‘Femme Fatale/Bombshell’ look, but also chose things we haven’t necessarily seen from her on a carpet. The Dries Van Noten was something in terms of color, and style we haven’t seen Julia in and I didn’t know how she would react, but that and another look I chose by chance by The Row were her favorites which led to me being pleasantly surprised and to continue following my intuition with her”.

“To me, Julia has always exemplified New York, in all its glamour, chaos, beauty, and grit. She’s always stayed true to who she authentically is and that is what makes me as a creative, totally and utterly inspired. New York has my heart and anyone that is a product of it always has a soft spot in my heart. You don’t meet many people like that and Julia is a true example of what it means to be one-in-a-million.”

Keep an eye on her, because she is a star on the rise who is not afraid to show her curves, have fun with her sultriness and most of all: she is a great artist and can prove you that there is a lot of substance behind all that beauty.


The CFDA is the Council of Fashion Designers of America. It was founded in 1962 by publicist Eleanor Lambert and is a not-for-profit trade association of over 450 American fashion and accessory designers.

The organization promotes American designers in the global economy. In addition to hosting the annual CFDA Fashion Awards, the organization develops future American design talent through scholarships and resources in high schools, colleges, and post-graduate schools.

The CFDA also provides funding and business opportunities for working designers. Through the CFDA Foundation, the organization supports charitable causes.