Rising star Kaia Gerber covers the December 2018 issue of Vogue Japan, styled by Julia von Boehm in a sensual mix of sleek, tigress-inspired essentials lensed by Luigi & Iango.
Music industry icon Janet Jackson is styled by Julia von Boehm in radiant images byRobbie Fimmano for In Style US October 2018./ Hair by Cassidy Blaine; makeup by Preston Meneses
In spite of her stardom, the first time Janet Jackson felt truly sexy and confident wasn't until she was well into her 30s. "I got out of a funky relationship and finally got back to me," Jackson tells Laura Brown in her interview. "I went to therapy, which was all about finding that thing you like about yourself. The realization that, you know what, you're not so bad after all. I'm not saying you're great or you're the best, but it's not as bad as you were made to feel that it was." How did she overcome some of her biggest insecurities? "A lot of it has to do with experience, getting older. Understanding, realizing that there isn't just one thing that is considered beautiful. Beautiful comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors. "
It's difficult to process the lack of confidence about her own beauty that the star reveals.“At first, I couldn’t find anything. I would look in the mirror and start crying. I didn’t like that I was not attractive. I didn’t like anything about me. But I wound up falling in love with the small of my back. And then from there I found more things.” Read on.
Supermodel, philanthropist and activist mom Christy Turlington is styled by Julia von Boehm for images by Chris Colls for InStyle August 2018./ Makeup by Romy Soleimani; hair by Ben Skervin
Gigi Hadid covers the June 2018 issue of Vogue Japan. Photographers Luigi & Iango are in the studio, with styling by Julia von Boehm. / Hair by Luigi Murenu; makeup by Yumi Lee
Supermodel Amber Valletta is styled by Julia Von Boehm in 'Sweet Heart', lensed by Sebastian Faena for Porter Magazine #25 Spring 2018. Amber channels some of Princess Diana's most iconic looks in this 14-page tribute to her enduring style. / Hair by Teddy Charles; makeup by Seong Hee Park
Rising model Adwoa Aboah and actor Julianne Moore fronted John Hardy's Fall/Winter 2017 campaign, lensed by Luigi & Iango, with styling by Julia von Boehm./ Makeup by Gucci Westman; hair by Luigi Murenu
Artisan handcrafted jewelry brand John Hardy, founded in Bali in 1975, debuted 'Made for Legends in October 2017, as a new creative platform celebrating the personal power of femininity through the bold philosophy of wearing jewelry to express, to empower, and most of all, to honor the unstoppable potential of the self.
Those are lofty words but both Adwoa Aboah and Julianne Moore are activists as well as professionals practicing their crafts.
For her first collection for John Hardy, designer Hollie Bonneville Barden, the first woman to take the house’s creative reigns, reimagined the classic Naga motif. Barden relocated to New York and Bali from London, where she was the creative director of De Beers.