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Christine de Lassus is a world renowned fashion stylist and fashion editor who has, over the last two decades, collaborated with some of the most famous fashion photographers including Irving Penn, Steven Klein, Steven Meisel, Patrick Demarchelier, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Albert Watson, Marilyn Minter and Ellen Von Unwerth.
Born and raised in Paris, France, she studied high level mathematics and advertising, graduating from the European Business School, before moving to New York where she shifted her interests to her true calling, fashion.
Christine’s career took off immediately and she found herself styling major advertising campaigns such as L’Oreal, Revlon, Elizabeth Arden, Estée Lauder and many others.
In the nineties, she moved back to Paris and became a fashion editor and a regular contributor to French Elle, Vogue España, and Vogue Hommes International.
She currently lives in New York where she contributes to prestigious magazines such as Italian Amica, Paper, i-D, Vanity Fair, Italian Vogue, V Magazine and international editions of Harper’s Bazaar, L’Officiel, Tatler, GQ. She styles international campaigns for Hogan, Absolut Vodka, Adidas, Moët & Chandon amongst others.
Fascinated by global youth culture, she has also dedicated time over the past nine years to Trace Magazine where her role as Fashion Director at large often involved creative direction and spanned collaborations on special projects for Absolut Metropolis in Tokyo, Leblon in Rio, in addition to Nike, Y-3, Adidas and Puma. These creative collaborations enabled her to travel the world extensively and sharpen her eye on the world’s most exciting emerging trends.
Christine de Lassus’s global approach to fashion allows her to perfectly combine art and a modern vision of fashion with business and clients demands, making her an invaluable asset to her collaborators.