Katerina Jebb for Dior Magazine. Special thanks to Comtesse Setsuko De Rola, Dior, Fabien Baron, and Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Katerina Jebb continues her collaboration with Celine with her 1998 work, “False Eyelashes,” featured as a fabric print in Pheobe Philo’s final Ready to Wear collection.
Katerina Jebb has worked extensively with the Balthus Foundation since 2010. She was invited to document the artist’s studio employing her scanning technique to construct an inventory of the space and the possessions of Balthus. A book of this work will be published in collaboration with the Balthus Foundation in 2019. For the current winter issue of 032c, she returned to Rossinière to visit Balthus’s widow Countess Setsuko Klossowska de Rola and his daughter Harumi Klossowska de Rola at The Grand Chalet. Jebb juxtaposed various studies of her archival works alongside newly created images for the 032C feature. Styled by Robert Rabensteiner and makeup by Sarah Reygate.
Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Digital Composite Scan by Katerina Jebb.
Tiara of Pope Pius IX (reigned 1846–78)
German and Spanish, 1854
Courtesy of the Collection of the Office of Liturgical Celebrations of the Supreme Pontiff, Papal Sacristy, Vatican City. Image courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Katerina Jebb’s collaboration with jewelry designer Hadar Nornberg was featured in AnOther this week. The photomontage series combines vintage photographs of Nornberg’s bohemian parents with her own jewelry designs, rephotographed by Jebb. Find the full article here.
Katerina Jebb is collaborating with The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the 2018 fashion exhibition, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” featured today in the New York Times. You can read more about the exhibit here.