. - Alexandra Haussemberg

I started my career in the New York fashion industry in the 1990s as an assistant to Bill Mullen, considered one of the most renowned stylist, at the time, working closely with photgrapher Bruce Weber, shooting for Interview, Vogue Italy, V magazine, Abercrombie & Fitch campaigns...In the late 1990s, I was Assistant Fashion Editor at Nylon Magazine and later at Deutsch Magazine in Paris.

I eventually became a freelance stylist when I move back to Paris in 2001, styling for the magazines : Libération style, Nuke, dazed and confused,... and covered the fashion shows for Nylon.

I collaborate with many notable photographers including Greg Kadel, Jan Weters, Eric Traore, for fashion shoots and advertising campaigns such as BMW, Vichy, L'oréal, Virgin, Air France, Opel...

I also work as a style consultant for fashion brands such as Caroll, woman fashion, working on their image and styling their campaigns.

Jury member of the Paris fashion school l'ISAA, I'm aware of new trends and upcoming designers.

While working on numerous commercials for Les Télécréateurs and Bandits Productions, I also gained a big experience in this field.

My work is diverse in its artistic projection while maintaining a sensitive eye for detail. I love moving from one field of work to another, it's rich in experiences and very exciting.

I also worked, as a lead stylist, in the e-commerce industry for www.amazon.fr, managing 9 stylists, casting models for fashion series and catalogue pages, and being in charge of image quality audit.

Based in Paris, I'm currently a full-time freelance fashion and prop stylist who works mainly in commercials, advertising forle Bon Marché, Fred, Mgallery and TV for the Jamel Comedy Club braodcasted on Canal +.