Julia Restoin Roitfeld is Best Known For Advertising for the famous brands like Agent Provocateur, Tom Ford, Mango and others. She is the daughter of Carine Roitfeld and Christian Restoin.
Born Name Julia Restoin Roitfeld
Nick Name Julia
Occupation Art director, model, businesswoman
Born: November 12, 1980, 41 years old and 10 months, Paris, France
Sun Sign Scorpio
Height 5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
Hair Color Light Brown
Eye Color Green
Measurements 34-25-36 in or 86-63.5-91.5 cm
Bra Size 32B
Julia graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York in May 2006.
Father – Christian Restoin (Designer)
Mother – Carine Roitfeld (Former fashion model, stylist, editor)
Siblings – Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld (Younger Brother) (Art Dealer and Curator)
Julia is signed with these agencies
IMG Models (Mother Agency)
IMG Models – Milan
IMG Models – New York
Next Model Management – London
Next Model Management – New York
Next Model Management – Paris
Next Model Management – Milan
Next Model Management – Los Angeles
Next Model Management – Miami
A graduate of New York Parsons School of Design, Roitfeld was chosen by family friend Tom Ford as the face of his fragrance, Black Orchid, in 2006. She was featured in the Roberto Cavalli for H M campaign, a Lancôme campaign shot by Mario Testino, and is an ambassador for both Accessorize and Mango (clothing). She consults for labels including Peter Som, Zac Posen, Jean-Paul Gaultier, and Miu Miu. She also designed a lingerie collection for Kiki de Montparnasse.
She now acts as a freelance graphic designer with clients such as Rock and Republic, Max Mara, Altuzzara, and Miu Miu.
Roitfeld was in a long-term relationship with Swedish model Robert Konjic. In May 2012, the couple announced the birth of their daughter Romy. Her friends include Riccardo Tisci, Lara Stone, and Helena Christensen.
Her younger brother is the art dealer Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld.
Julia has advertised for Agent Provocateur, Barneys New York, David Morris, Dior, Eddie Borgo, Esprit, ForeverMark, Gap, Givenchy, Hanii, H M, Iceberg, Jil Sander ‘Jil’ fragrance, Joie, Lancome, Mango, Rock and Republic, Sisley, Tim Coppens, Tom Ford ‘Black Orchid’ fragrance, Tom Ford Eyewear, Tod‘s, etc.
She is also the ambassador for Accessorize.
In 2010, she appeared in a short film The Crush for her role as Julia.
In the spring of 2013, she started working out at Ballet Beautiful. She goes there for 2 to 3 days in a week to meet Mary Helen (mostly) and sometimes other trainers / teachers.
She feels Ballet Beautiful to be a nice form of workout which doesn’t bring sweat to her body so, it helps her to avoid shower after the workout session.
Moreover, it also works on her posture apart from working on her muscles. She even does the ballet workout from her home during bad weather.
Previously, she used to do boxing before giving birth to her first baby. Julia likes to switch her workouts or sometimes mix up the things. So, she mixes up with SoulCycle (stationary cycle workout) with 4 to 5 days in a week, and Pilates with Ballet Beautiful.
Regarding diet, she eats whatever she feels good. Julia doesn’t restrict herself. Her sample diet plan is as follows –
Breakfast – Juice Press kale smoothie
Lunch – Sandwich, Cobb salad, or sometimes sushi
Dinner – Roasted chicken, fish, vegetables
Julia Restoin Roitfeld Favorite Things
Favorite Red Lipstick – Max Factor Ruby Tuesday
Food / Guilty Pleasure – Rubirosa pepperoni pizza, Häagen-Dazs ice cream
Favorite Facial – Mist Beauty laser facial
Fragrance – Bonpoint
Julia Restoin Roitfeld Facts
From 2001 to January 31, 2011, her mom Carine was the editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris.
American fashion designer and film director, Tom Ford is her family friend.
She is good friends with fashion designer Riccardo Tisci, and models Helena Christensen and Lara Stone.
In November 2006, she became the face of Tom Ford fragrance Black Orchid.
She has also served as a freelance graphic designer for brands like Rock and Republic, Max Mara, Joseph Altuzarra, and Miu Miu.
For Kiki de Montparnasse, she has designed a collection of lingerie.
She has founded a website Romy and The Bunnies about family, fashion and motherhood.
In reality, she does not like selecting outfits for events.