Natalia Sultanova

Born in Russia, she worked in Paris as a freelance stylist for fashion magazines and from January 2013 in the showroom of Gareth Pugh.

She studied international law in Moscow and in 2006 moved to Paris. Here she enrolled at Istituto Marangoni on the fashion styling course. During her last year of study she took photographs for Harper’s Bazaar China and Tush Magazine, Elle Poland and Elle Indonesia, and also worked as a personal shopper. Two months after graduation from IM she started an internship at the magazine L’Officiel Hommes as assistant to the head of the fashion department. The following year she participated as a contributor in the new magazine by Milan Vukmirovic, Fashion for Men, at the same time working as a freelance designer for the Spanish magazine Doze, an OOB Magazine and various Russian newspapers.

Inspired by contemporary art and architecture, from the universes of Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, Nick Knight, Alexander McQueen, Rick Owens, Gareth Pugh and Boris Bidjan, Saberi is always looking for new ideas and sources of inspiration.


fashion stylist, art director

Fashion styling

Paris school of Fashion


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