Mademoiselle Yulia at Eglise de L’Oratoire du Louvre: One of Tokyo’s finest Style Icons
10 August 1987, Tokyo.
DJ, singer, GIZA designer, model, columnist, socialite.
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
Started out as a lead vocalist and guitarist at highschool, later organised her own electro DJ events in Tokyo called Neon Spread, of which three DJ-mixes were released. In 2011, Yulia releases the single Gimme, Gimme, Bam Me and debut album Madamoworld. Collaborated with Ed Banger’s electro icon Uffie, Towa Tei, M.I.A., Boys Noize and will.i.am.
Columnist for fashion magazine Nylon Japan. Mademoiselle Yulia appeared in the lookbook for S/S 2012 collection from adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott. She was booked for photo shoots for brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Armani. Designs for her own jewelry brand GIZA, she collabrated with LA based brand Joyrich for Joyrich x Giza S/S collections 2011 and 2012. Joyrich has just announced the release of Joyrich x Giza S/S 2013 collaboration, “a mixture of richly coloured and complex patterns that take you to a whole new world of Ultra-Baroque.”