Model Talks - Julia Saner - Exclusive Interview - 2011 | FashionTV - FTV
Jan 01, 1970 07:30
http://youtube/FashionTV WORLD - FashionTV highlights Julia Saner in . Julia Saner is a Swiss model born in 1992. "It's my second season," the model says, "It was my first in New York. That was also really amazing for me." She's worn a lot of fur and leather this season walking in shows like Dsquared2, Aquilano Rimondi, Gucci, Blumarine, Emilio Pucci, Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier, and No 21. "I've really learned to be independent, to look at myself, to have like your direction where you want to go." In February 2011, she appeared in an American Vogue editorial. "Modeling is absolutely like acting because each time you're playing a different role."
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