Julia Sarr-Jamois



Julia Sarr-Jamois is one of the most influential names in fashion today. As both the youngest and first black Fashion Director in Vogue’s history, Julia is a powerful driving force for change within the industry. She was a founding member of the Mentoring Matters and Rubric mentoring initiatives and has consistently championed diversity throughout her prolific career. In 2018, Julia was invited to Nigeria to join the panel of the prestigious Fashion Weekend as part of their Promoting Enterprise Festival, championing emerging talent and education.

Born to a French mother and Senegalese father, Julia was raised in South London, enjoying success as a model before joining the editorial team at i-D when she was 19. Julia’s exceptional talent for fashion is reflected through her dynamic editorial storytelling and social media presence. Julia’s eclectic style and eccentric elegance makes her one of the most photographed fashion directors, ruling the best dressed lists around the world.

With over 17 years experience in the industry Julia has honed a refined but joyful aesthetic, distinguished by her signature use of bold colour as well as her effortless mixing of streetwear and high fashion aesthetics.

Julia’s work has been featured in leading style titles including T Magazine, Self Service, M Le Monde, Double and More Or Less. Her work spans print and design, collaborating with photographers including Tyrone Lebon, Alasdair McLellan, Tyler Mitchell, Harley Weir, Zoë Ghertner and Nadine Ijewere. Julia has consulted for brands including Homer, Dolce & Gabbana, Hermès, Chanel, and Zara.

Julia Sarr-Jamois