Luise Stauss is a top name in photography owing to her previously handled projects and years of experience. At the beginning of her career, she has been of great support to how T Magazine was launched and has attained stardom. After her tremendous effort with T Magazine, she became a senior editor of photos at The New York Times Magazine.
Of course, she did not start her career in the United States but she has worked hard and earned herself a good name in her niche. Other than being the mother of Anatole, her lovely son, she has further established herself in photography consultancy.
In 2014, Stauss with another colleague founded Stauss & Quint. Stauss and Quint is a photography organization that brought young photographers closer to their visions. As a woman of great vision, she would not stop at this level.
She launched her personal studio in 2018. Her studio was a top place for big names of the world to create imagery and other publishable works. Some of her projects were for Apple, Pentagram, and American Express. She also collaborated with a large array of publishing houses and renowned magazines across the world.
She was a director at Modern Farmer and AR Media. As a result, she has a column section in The New York Times Magazine. More so, she taught photography and design in the School of Visual Arts. In 2019, her efforts were more recognized and rewarded as she became a part of The Atlantic as its ever first director of photography.
Well, she is a great stylist who combines color and dressing fashionably well. Her adorable dressing style made us develop more interest in her and we had an interview about her style with her.
Here is what she had to say.
“I don’t really care about fashion, but I care a lot about style and craftsmanship, about how things are built and the stories behind them—which is why I have long loved Margaret Howell‘s comforting British clothing line—well-made pieces that feel lived in when you first try them on.
These painter’s jeans are Margaret Howell, a happy find from a spring trip to London: straight at the hips, with super wide legs, and flat at the front. They are the perfect pair of jeans; made from Japanese Edwin Denim – the stiff unwashed Indigo kind. (Her store on Wigmore Street also carries beautiful homeware, vintage furniture, and a wonderful selection of books.)
I own a dozen of dotted scarves, they are instant mood lifters, and make me feel much less hastily dressed than I really am! A black and white dotted scarf works like a trompe l’oeil on any old t-shirt.
I almost never wear bright colors, this t-shirt is a gift from my mom from Berlin – it’s from COS, the H&M offspring for grown ups. They call this color lemon-green! It’s time they opened a store here – their kids’ line is really good, and
cheap! The COS Fall Look Book is full of great shapes.”
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