Editor-at-Large

Eric Waroll is a fashion editor from Paris. After a difficult schooling, which he abandoned at an early age, he started in the fashion press, starting as an assistant to the editor in chief of French magazine Modzik. With no academic background in fashion, he educates himself through magazines and numerous books published on the subject. Two months after his debut in Modzik, he was hired as an editor for The Ground magazine.

His interview with Azzedine Alaïa, published in the first issue of the magazine, earned him a world wide press review in the industry because ofthe controversy surrounding the remarks of the legendary designer. After two issues for The Ground, he officially became a writer for the Twelv magazine, where his interviews with Anthony Vaccarello, Jean Paul Gaultier or Nicola Formichetti are published and acclaimed by the designers’ teams. His skills led him to collaborate on several photoshoots for Harper’s BAZAAR en Español with Skyfall’s James Bond Girl and Alexandra Richards, but also for Canada’s n°1 fashion magazine, Fashion magazine, for a special Haute-Couture editorial. Meanwhile, he published his first novel in 2009, “Ziggy Stardust”, a tribute book to the career of David Bowie now out of stock.Today, he is still a fashion writer for Twelvbut also the editor-at-large on Bloginity.

Arts & Culture Editor

Biography: Julija started writing interviews on the blogosphere and over time evolved into a cosmopolitan journalist. For over a year she has held a position as the Arts & Culture Editor at Bloginity and recently joined the Virgin empire. Julija is now a music columnist at Virgin’s Red Room. Her works were also published in Dazed Digital, Wonderland magazines, and 160 grams magazines. “The more I explore the world of art, the more it blows my mind. I am always motivated to find new artists, whether they are music makers, designers or awesome photo takers. I want to introduce those creatives in my own way and I feel that interview wise is a good one to do so.”- says Julija.